Group    From 1993 

Tower Hamlets Housing Action Trust

Categories: Property, Social Welfare

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Housing action trusts were non-departmental public bodies, set up to redevelop some of the poorest council housing estates in England's inner-city suburbs.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Tower Hamlets Housing Action Trust

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Roman Road - Iceni Court

Site of the Roman road built by the Romans c. AD43 Unveiled by Chris Mullin M...

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Sir Thomas Docwra

Sir Thomas Docwra

Grand Prior of the Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, 1501-1527. In 1504 he rebuilt St John's Gate. We guess the Docwra family are descended from Sir Thomas or his family.

Person, Property, Religion

1 memorial
Bartram House

Bartram House

This Georgian house was on The Green, Hampstead, in an area now occupied by the west-most part of the Hampstead Royal Free Hospital. It was Sir Rowland Hill's home for 30 years, during which time S...

Building, Property

1 memorial
John Bacon

John Bacon

Bought Friary House and the estate in 1800. This could be John Bacon the Younger but it's a common name so probably not.

Person, Property

1 memorial
James Edmondson

James Edmondson

Builder. Born in Clerkenwell, the son of a carpenter, Isaac, from Cumberland. His first major development was the streets around Sotheby Road in Highbury and he went on to develop areas of Crouch E...

Person, Property

1 memorial
redevopment of Stonebridge Estate

redevopment of Stonebridge Estate

Not to be confused with the Stonebridge Estate in Brent which sounds very rough but if you believe Iain Sinclair, in 1991 the one in Haggerston was not much better.  Wikimapia shows the boundaries...

Building, Property

1 memorial