Plaque

SNBC flats 1936

Erection date: 1936

Inscription

SNBC 1936

This ceramic plaque is lovely - the colours, the font, the design. Composed of 9 tiles inside a double frame, surrounded with a ring of brick ends.  A borough council proud of its building.

Site: SNBC flats 1936 (1 memorial)

N16, Lordship Terrace, Laburnum House, Lordship South Estate

British History Online: "Lordship South estate (121 flats) on the western side of Lordship Road was begun in 1956 but not finished until 1959..." but that "1956" must be a misprint for "1936" since this 1939 map shows the five blocks to the south of this estate, including this building, already in place.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
SNBC flats 1936

Subjects commemorated i

Stoke Newington Borough Council

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