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Unitarian Chapel - Stamford Street Unitarian Chapel - Stamford Street

Plaque: Unitarian Chapel - Stamford Street

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This portico was the entrance to the former Unitarian Chapel erected on this site in 1821. The main body of the chapel (then in disuse) was demolished in 1964, and subsequently the portico was restored by the Greater London Council.

Site: Unitarian Chapel - Stamford Street (1 memorial)

SE1, Stamford Street

We hope this architectural smash-up is taken as a warning to other developers of just how wrong facadism can be. 

Historic England have a 2001 photo, before the 2005 flats were built.

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Unitarian Chapel - Stamford Street

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Stamford Street Unitarian Chapel

Built to house two congregations which had united following the loss of their...

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Unitarian Chapel - Stamford Street

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Greater London Council

The GLC was abolished, some say, because Mrs Thatcher could not abide its lef...

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