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English Heritage

Categories: Architecture, History, Property

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
English Heritage

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Approved extension

A misunderstanding? A joke? Do the owners now claim they have an English Heri...

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Croydon Palace

Croydon Palace A former residence of the Archbishops of Canterbury (The Great...

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Isokon Building

The plaque is in the foyer of the flats. It was unveiled by John Pritchard, g...

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This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
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Abram Games

Abram Games, 1914 - 1996, poster artist and designer, lived and worked here, ...

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Ada Lovelace

English Heritage Ada Countess of Lovelace, 1815 - 1852, pioneer of computing...

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Agatha Christie - W8

Dame Agatha Christie, 1850 - 1976, detective novelist and playwright, lived h...

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Air Chief Marshal Dowding - SW19 - 2

This plaque was removed when the house on which it was erected was demolished...

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A.J.P. Taylor

A.J.P. Taylor 1906 - 1990, historian and broadcaster lived here. English Heri...

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Other Subjects

Nicholas Hawksmoor

Nicholas Hawksmoor

Baroque architect. Former pupil and assistant of Sir Christopher Wren. Never left Britain. Designed 6 major London churches using his idiosyncratic, muscular baroque style: St Alfrege’s, Greenwich;...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Royalty Mansions

Royalty Mansions

Built in 1908 as flats with workrooms for tailors. It was purchased for improvement by the Soho Housing Association in 1978 and after extensive renovation work was opened in 1980. Architects: 19...

Building, Architecture

1 memorial
Philip Tilden

Philip Tilden

Architect. In the Wikipedia list of his works none are in London.

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Stephen Gardiner

Stephen Gardiner

Architect, teacher and writer. Born Chelsea. Awarded O.B.E. 2002. Died Pembury, Kent

Person, Architecture, Education

1 memorial
Whitehall

Whitehall

Major road in London, running from Parliament Square to Trafalgar Square. The name is derived from the Whitehall Palace which stood here and was almost completely destroyed by fire in 1698. The Ban...

Place, Architecture

1 memorial