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This magnificent Tudor Hall was built in 1529 by prominent local resident Thomas Magnus for use as a free school.…
Elephant House, built in 1890-1901, was a bottle store for Camden Brewery which was in the adjacent building. William Bradford,…
This iconic Grade II* Listed building began construction in 1911, although World War 1 and 2 halted completion until 1958…
Sat adjacent to the iconic St Paul's Cathedral, south side of Paternoster Square is the grade II* Listed Chapter House…
Nestled next to the normally tranquil Kennington Park, and surrounded by other beautiful Listed buildings lies Bishops House Children's Centre.…
New life has been brought to the former Bartlet Hospital, with Gipping Homes transforming it into 34 luxurious residences, while…
"Atlas House", 1 King Street is an impressive Grade II Listed building located on the corner of Cheapside and King…
Regent Street is having a makeover. Many of its properties are being rejuvenated to keep this sought after area at…
SAHA (Salvation Army Housing Association) was set up in the 1950's to manage the administration of housing newly retired officers.…
The home of the Institution of Civil Engineers recently underwent repairs and renovation works. A particular requirement during the revamp…
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