Person    | Male  Born 22/3/1907  Died 17/10/1975

William Holford, Baron Holford

Categories: Architecture

Countries: South Africa

Architect and town planner. Born South Africa. Designed a rejected plan for pedestrians to be raised on walkways around Piccadilly Circus, and a much-loathed Paternoster Square which was, partly, built in the 1960s, only to be redone in the new century. Designed the modern London Bridge.

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William Holford, Baron Holford

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London Bridge - information/viewing panel

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