Building    From 1780 

Grice's Granary

Categories: Commerce

A Grade II listed building, built around 1780 and extended during the following two centuries. It contains some 200-year-old beams which were originally parts of ships. The building now houses Sands Films Studios and the Rotherhithe Picture Research Library.

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

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Grice's Granary

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scientific life assurance

scientific life assurance

Equitable Life, the world's oldest mutual insurer, started business in 1762 in the parsonage of St Nicholas Acons in Nicholas Lane. It pioneered scientific life assurance by basing premiums on age ...

Concept, Commerce, Science

1 memorial
City Road Basin

City Road Basin

Part of the Regent's Canal. Built in 1820 to allow boats to moor and unload cargo, initially brought long distance but it soon became used primarily to transport local coal and building materials. ...

Place, Commerce, Transport

1 memorial
United Kingdom Temperance & General Provident Institution

United Kingdom Temperance & General Provident Institution

A life insurance company.  From FriendsLife: "The UK Total Abstinence Life was formed in London in 1840 and, as the name suggests, its products were aimed initially at teetotallers. The group grew ...

Group, Commerce

1 memorial