Building    From 1958  To 2010

Bucklersbury House

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Architect Owen Campbell-Jones. Built in 1958. RIBA hasa good picture of the Hutton panels in situ and provides: "At 15 storeys, Bucklersbury House was the first tall slab to be built following the lifting of restrictions on buildings above 30 metres after the second world war. Demolition of this building and its sister building Temple Court began in 2010 to make way for the new development by Atelier Foster Nouvel to be known as Walbrook Square, or 3 Queen Victoria Street, or Bloomberg London (in 2023).

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Bucklersbury House

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Hutton Panels - Romans and Mithras

Two extensive information panels in the corner give the background to this un...

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Whittington's house

Whittington's house

Whittington had a number of addresses in London: Hart Street, Mark Lane, Sweedon’s Passage, Grub Street (now Milton Street) and a house in (now) College Hill.  This last was a significant purchase ...

Building, Property

1 memorial
New Delhi

New Delhi

Capital city of India. It succeeded Calcutta as the capital of the country. The foundation stone of the city was laid by George V, Emperor of India during the Delhi Durbar of 1911. It was designed ...

Place, Property

1 memorial
Gregar and Son

Gregar and Son

Building contractors. William Gregar & Son, a West Ham firm based at 1 Grove Crescent. William died 1899.  His son, William B. Gregar, born 1858 carried on the business. Information from Sludge G.

Group, Property

1 memorial
Elm House

Elm House

Birthplace of William Morris. The family moved from here to Woodford Hall in 1840. The 1890s drawing is by Edmund Hort New (1871 - 1931).

Place, Property

1 memorial
W. Simms
1 memorial