Building    From 1802  To 11/5/1941

Haberdashers Place

Categories: Architecture

Building

Built on green fields in 1802. Destroyed by enemy action on 11th May 1941 and re-built in 1952, architect Terence C. Page.

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Haberdashers Place

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Haberdashers Place - 1802

Haberdashers Place 1802

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Haberdashers Place - 1952

Haberdashers Place was destroyed by enemy action on 11th May 1941 and re-buil...

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James Burton

James Burton

Architect and property developer. The most successful property developer of Regency and Georgian London. He built over 3,000 properties, and his buildings covered over 250 acres of central London. ...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
R. Day

R. Day

Mason-sculptor of Camberwell. Active in 1825.

Person, Architecture, Craft / Design

1 memorial
Edward Middleton Barry

Edward Middleton Barry

Third son of Sir Charles Barry. Born 27 Foley Place. Work in London: St. Saviour's Church Hampstead, Charing Cross Hotel, new chambers at Inner Temple and at Middle Temple, the colonnade at Borough...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
John Young & Son

John Young & Son

Architects active in 1862. Our picture is of John Young, 1797-1877, and the picture source says "Mr Young's eldest son, also called John Young, was to become a successful architect/surveyor in his ...

Group, Architecture

1 memorial
Sacred Heart School, Hammersmith

Sacred Heart School, Hammersmith

The origins of the school date back to a nunnery in 1609. In 1869, Cardinal Manning decided to convert it into a seminary, and had John Francis Bentley (the architect of Westminster Cathedral) draw...

Building, Architecture, Education

1 memorial