Person    | Male  Born 2/9/1900  Died 3/10/1947

John Dower

John Dower

Civil servant and architect. John Gordon Dower was born and died in Yorkshire. In 1945, invalided out of military service, he produced the official report which set out what National Parks in England and Wales should be like, and helped lay the foundations for the 'National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act 1949' which created the National Park system.

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John Dower

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Shakespeare House

{Top plaque:} John Dower - Architect A. T. Rowley Ltd - Builders 1934 {Middl...

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Sir Ernest George

Sir Ernest George

Architect. Born 9 Portland Place, now Bartholomew Street, SE1. His partnership with Harold Peto was extremely successful. They designed many of the houses in Harrington and Collingham Gardens inclu...

Person, Architecture

5 memorials
Cullinan Studio

Cullinan Studio

From their website: "Edward Cullinan Architects was established by Edward (Ted) Cullinan in 1965, who was an early proponent of sustainability and social awareness and a former colleague of Denys L...

Group, Architecture, Engineering

1 memorial
Embassy of the Republic of Poland

Embassy of the Republic of Poland

Located at 47 Portland Place.

Group, Architecture, Poland

3 memorials
St George's Tufnell Park

St George's Tufnell Park

We are as certain as can be, that this church in Tufnell Park Road is the St George's whose Band of Mercy was the donor of the drinking fountain at Limehouse Station.  Designed by George Truefitt f...

Place, Architecture, Religion

1 memorial
Sir Arthur Blomfield

Sir Arthur Blomfield

Architect, born Arthur Wiliam Blomfield, at Fulham Palace, the son of the Bishop of London. Specialised in church architecture, e.g. St Mary's Parish Hall, Crawford Street. Also designed the Royal ...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial