Person    | Male  Born 4/9/1909  Died 13/12/2000

Hubert Bennett

Categories: Architecture

Architect to the LCC/GLC in 1956-71. Born Lancashire. Died Guildford. The photo shows Bennett in the white jumper at a building site preparing for the 1951 Festival of Britain.

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Hubert Bennett

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Marylebone Flyover

Marylebone Flyover Opened by Mr Desmond Plummer TD, JP, leader of the Greater...

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The Cottage, 1618

The Cottage, 1618

From Westminster: Mayfair suffered a direct hit during the Blitz of winter 1940 and the area’s oldest cottage, which had an inscription over its doorway ‘The Cottage, 1618 A.D’ was destroyed. This ...

Building, Architecture

1 memorial
Orange Street Chapel

Orange Street Chapel

Also known as the Leicester Fields chapel. Founded by Huguenot refugees who fled from France at the time of the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes. Occupied: - 1693-1776 by the Huguenots, - 1776-1...

Building, Architecture, Religion

3 memorials
Philip Charles Hardwick

Philip Charles Hardwick

Architect of St Barts Hospital in 1861. Son of architect Philip Hardwick. We are not actually sure which of the two produced the Speke obelisk in 1866. Hardwick Snr has a track record in obelisks, ...

Person, Architecture

2 memorials
John Thomas Newman

John Thomas Newman

1878 architect of the Stratford Martyrs memorial.  For a time he worked with  William Jacques.

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Maurice Adams

Maurice Adams

Architect. Born Maurice Bingham Adams. He was instrumental in the founding of Bedford Park in West London, where he designed many of the houses and parts of St Michael & All Angels Church. In 1...

Person, Architecture

5 memorials