Building    From 1958  To 2010

Bucklersbury House

Categories: Property

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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Jonathan Carr

Jonathan Carr

Jonathan Thomas Carr. Founder of Bedford Park, the first garden suburb, in 1875. He lived in the suburb, first at Tower House, since replaced by St Catherine’s Court flats, which he left in 1904 to...

Person, Property

2 memorials
R. J. Rowley Ltd

R. J. Rowley Ltd

Building firm active in 1933.

Group, Property

1 memorial
Killby & Gayford

Killby & Gayford

This company, reportedly 150 years old, had remodelled No 10 Downing Street and refurbished the Wallace Collection art gallery, but collapsed with massive debts in 2012.

Group, Property

2 memorials
William Shurmur

William Shurmur

Builder, active in 1891. The Freemason, Dec. 6, 1890: Page 3 reports on the Consecration of the William Shurmur Lodge, No. 2374: "A lodge, named after Bro. William Shurmur, the Provincial Grand Tr...

Person, Property

1 memorial
Irene Barclay

Irene Barclay

Née Martin. In 1922 she became the first woman chartered surveyor and for 51 years until her retirement in 1973 she ran her own business. She was one of the people who shaped the organisation of ho...

Person, Property, Social Welfare

1 memorial