Plaque

Police station foundation stone

Snow Hill Police Station Police station foundation stone

Erection date: 9/4/1926

Inscription

This stone was laid by the Rt. Hon. Sir William Robert Pryke, Lord Mayor, on the 9th day of April 1926.
Joseph James Redding Esq., Deputy Chairman, Harry Percy Shepherd Esq., Late Chairman of the Police Committee of the Corporation of London.
John Mowlem and Co. Ltd – Contractors
Sydney Perks, FSA - Architect

Site: Snow Hill Police Station (2 memorials)

EC1, Snow Hill, Police Station

This rather attractive building, designed as a Police Station by Sydney Perks, was erected in 1926. The foundation stone is to the right of the rightmost entrance.

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Police station foundation stone

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John Mowlem and Co. Ltd

One of the largest construction and civil engineering companies in the UK. Jo...

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Sydney Perks

Sydney Perks FRIBA, FSA, was born on 2 January 1864 in Westminster, one of th...

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Sir William Robert Pryke

Lord Mayor in 1925-6. Born Hoxton. Chairman of Pryke & Palmer Ltd, iron a...

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Joseph James Redding

Deputy Chairman of the Police Committee of the Corporation of London in 1926....

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Harry Percy Shepherd

Late Chairman of the Police Committee of the Corporation of London in 1926. W...

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