Group    From 1792 

Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors

Categories: Property

The Surveyors Club was formed in 1792 but the modern group was formed in 1868 at a meeting in London's Westminster Palace Hotel. It received a royal charter on 26 August 1881.

Its HQ has been at the same address since it was formed in 1868. That's on the corner of Parliament Square and Great George Street, behind the George Canning statue.

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Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors

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Westmister weather vanes whirleth

We've tried a zoomed-in photograph one of the vanes but the name of the donor...

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Haddon Hall

Haddon Hall

Located at 42 Southend Road, Beckenham. David Bowie lived in flat 7 here from October 1969 to May 1972. The photograph shows him in the garden of the house. It was demolished in the early 1980s.

Building, Property

1 memorial
12 & 14 Folgate Street

12 & 14 Folgate Street

Reading left to right the five 4-storey houses in the picture are numbers 18 - 10.  The picture source gives some detailed descriptions of the houses in their 1957 state and informs that in 1813 ou...

Building, Property

1 memorial
Charles Square

Charles Square

This Square was laid out at the same time as Hoxton Square and in 1922 Charles Square still contained at least some houses from about 1685 - 1745.   Only no. 16 remains.  Shown in the picture, it w...

Place, Property

1 memorial
Octavia Housing

Octavia Housing

Not-for-profit organisation with a strong track record in social housing and providing care services. Originated as Horace Street Trust and became a model for many subsequent housing associations. ...

Group, Property, Social Welfare

5 memorials