Group    From 1958 

Barratt Homes Limited

Categories: Commerce

One of the largest residential property development companies in the United Kingdom. It was founded as Greensitt Bros., but control was later assumed by Sir Lawrie Barratt.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Barratt Homes Limited

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Pageants Wharf fire station

The Old Fire Station Rotherhithe {By an image of two WW2 firemen:} Restored b...

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Plough Lane Landmark

The artist's website has a photo of the textured surface in the studio. Our ...

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Virginia Settlers Memorial

This voyage took place 16 years before the Mayflower. The memorial has a his...

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John Lewis

John Lewis

Retailer. Born at Town Street, Shepton Mallet, Somerset. He worked in several drapery firms before opening his own business at number 132 (later 286) Oxford Street in 1864. In 1906 he walked from h...

Person, Commerce

1 memorial
Pool of London Partnership

Pool of London Partnership

From City of London : The Pool of London Partnership was established in 1996 and operated in an area stretching East from London Bridge to the Butler's Wharf / St. Katherine's Dock area and include...

Group, Commerce, History, Politics & Administration

9 memorials
Sir Ambrose Heal

Sir Ambrose Heal

Furniture designer and retailer. Born at Crouch End. Studied at the Slade School of Fine Art before joining the family firm which ran the Heal & Son department store. He designed the simple, st...

Person, Commerce, Craft / Design

3 memorials
One Tun pub - Saffron Hill

One Tun pub - Saffron Hill

The present day pub was rebuilt in 1875.

Building, Commerce, Food & Drink

1 memorial
Sir Henry Tate

Sir Henry Tate

Merchant and philanthropist. Born at White Coppice, near Chorley, Lancashire. By the time he was thirty-five he had established a successful chain of grocery stores. In 1872 he purchased the patent...

Person, Commerce, Philanthropy

1 memorial