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

Creations Information

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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8 Grenville Street

8 Grenville Street

The Marchmont Association thoroughly research their plaques and they found some interesting information about Barrie’s home: “Barrie (1937) writes (in the third person) about his first residences ...

Building, Property

1 memorial
Rosehaugh Stanhope self-build housing initiative for the unemployed

Rosehaugh Stanhope self-build housing initiative for the unemployed

Rosehaugh Stanhope Developments was responsible for a number of high-profile developments in the City, such as Broadgate. The Independent's 1992 report on the failure of the Rosehaugh company descr...

Concept, Property, Social Welfare

1 memorial
Penton Estate

Penton Estate

Built by Henry Penton in the late 1700s, possibly London's first planned suburb. The estate was completed around 1820. A few of the original houses survive in Chapel Market. The 'Penton Estate: 750...

Place, Architecture, Property

1 memorial
George Peabody

George Peabody

Philanthropist. Born Massachusetts, USA, descended from English immigrants to America. A merchant businessman who moved into banking, in partnership with J. S. Morgan and became extremely wealthy. ...

Person, Philanthropy, Property, Social Welfare, USA

3 memorials
Hunting Gate Group

Hunting Gate Group

Property company based in Hitchin. 

Group, Property

1 memorial