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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Tallow Chandlers Hall

Tallow Chandlers Hall

In 1476 the Tallow Chandlers bought what was probably a merchant’s house on Dowgate Hill and used that as their Hall.  The Hall was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1666 and rebuilt 1671-3.  Damaged ...

Building, Liveries & Guilds, Property

1 memorial
Kingsbury Construction Co Ltd

Kingsbury Construction Co Ltd

Builders active in 1990.

Group, Property

1 memorial
Old Limehouse

Old Limehouse

Old Limehouse, built around 1705 and demolished in 1935. The original door is held by the Ragged School Museum, Bow, E3.

Building, Property

1 memorial
Lloyd's of London 1928 building

Lloyd's of London 1928 building

Lloyd's first purpose-built premises, at 12 Leadenhall Street. Needing more space Lloyds commissioned the 1958 building, where the Willis building now stands. The 1928 building was demolished to ma...

Building, Property

1 memorial