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Festival of Britain (1951)

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Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:

Plans of Lansbury Neighbourhood: house plans and elevations, 1950s

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Identifier: PJM/LCC/E/2.2.6n
Scope and Contents 8 copy architectural plans (51cm x 55cm) for housing developments in Lansbury, London. This was the part of Lansbury Neighbourhood, (Neighbourhood no 9) of London County Council Comprehensive Development Area no 2: Stepney and Poplar, which became the subject of the "Live Architecture Exhibition" at the Festival of Britain, 1951. The plans consist of miscellanous plans and elevations, at a variety of scales, for different house types designed by London County Council Architect's Division.
Dates: 1950s

Plans of Lansbury Neighbourhood: Lansbury Catholic Church, 1950s

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Identifier: PJM/LCC/E/2.2.6l
Scope and Contents 2 copy architectural plans (37cm x 24cm) for the Roman Catholic Church of St Mary and St Joseph in Lansbury, London. The church was designed by Adrian Gilbert Scott as part of Lansbury Neighbourhood, (Neighbourhood no 9) of London County Council Comprehensive Development Area no 2: Stepney and Poplar, which became the subject of the "Live Architecture Exhibition" at the Festival of Britain, 1951. The plans consist of a small scale plan and elevation for the church.
Dates: 1950s

Plans of Lansbury Neighbourhood: Lansbury Market, 1958-1959

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Identifier: PJM/LCC/E/2.2.6d
Scope and Contents 2 copy plans (67cm x 103cm) by the North East Group of the Town Planning Division of London County Council's Architect's Department. The plans show 2 different layouts for the market place in Lansbury Neighbourhood (Neighbourhood no 9). There is also a small scale elevation by the market's designer Sir Frederick Ernest Gibberd. This was the part of London County Council Comprehensive Development Area no 2: Stepney and Poplar which became the subject of the "Live Architecture Exhibition" at the...
Dates: 1958-1959

Plans of Lansbury Neighbourhood: Lansbury old people's home, 1950s

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Identifier: PJM/LCC/E/2.2.6i
Scope and Contents 4 copy architectural plans (51cm x 84cm) for the old people's home in Lansbury, London. This was part of Lansbury Neighbourhood, (Neighbourhood no 9) of London County Council Comprehensive Development Area no 2: Stepney and Poplar, which became the subject of the "Live Architecture Exhibition" at the Festival of Britain, 1951. The plans consist of a large scale plans for the ground and first floor, small scale elevations and a panoramic drawing.
Dates: 1950s

Plans of Lansbury Neighbourhood: layout plans, c1953-1955

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Identifier: PJM/LCC/E/2.2.6a
Scope and Contents 4 copy plans by the Reconstruction Areas Group of the Town Planning Division of London County Council's Architect's Department showing layout plans for the Lansbury Neighbourhood (Neighbourhood no 9) of London County Council Comprehensive Development Area no 2: Stepney and Poplar. This became the subject of the "Live Architecture Exhibition" at the Festival of Britain, 1951. 3 of the plans (45cm x 57cm) are reduced from original 1:2500 scale plans and show different proposed layouts. 2 of these...
Dates: c1953-1955

Plans of Lansbury Neighbourhood: London County Council reconstruction area in Stepney / Poplar - neighbourhood no 9, c1949-1955

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Identifier: PJM/LCC/E/2.2.6b
Scope and Contents 3 copy plans (54cm x 121cm) by the Town Planning Division of the London County Council Architect's Department showing details of planned redevelopment in Lansbury (Neighbourhood no 9). This was the part of London County Council Comprehensive Development Area no 2: Stepney and Poplar which became the subject of the "Live Architecture Exhibition" at the Festival of Britain, 1951.The plans are by the Ordnance Survey at 88' to 1" scale. They show the original street pattern of the area, and are...
Dates: c1949-1955

Plans of Lansbury Neighbourhood: Peking Close, 1950s

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Identifier: PJM/LCC/E/2.2.6j
Scope and Contents 5 copy architectural plans (52cm x 57cm) for a housing development at Peking Close off East India Dock Road, Lansbury, London. This was the part of Lansbury Neighbourhood, (neighbourhood no 9) of London County Council Comprehensive Development Area no 2: Stepney and Poplar, which became the subject of the "Live Architecture Exhibition" at the Festival of Britain, 1951.The plans consist of miscellanous plans and elevations, at 2 different scales, by London County Council Architect's Division.
Dates: 1950s

Plans of Lansbury Neighbourhood: Plan of Lansbury Park plantings, June 1958

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Identifier: PJM/LCC/E/2.2.6e
Scope and Contents Copy plan (67cm x 89cm) by George Logie, showing the planting plan for Lansbury Park at 64' to 1" scale. This was in the Lansbury Neighbourhood (Neighbourhood no 9) of the London County Council Comprehensive Development Area no 2: Stepney and Poplar, which became the subject of the "Live Architecture Exhibition" at the Festival of Britain, 1951.
Dates: June 1958

Plans of Lansbury Neighbourhood: secondary school plans, 1950s

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Identifier: PJM/LCC/E/2.2.6m
Scope and Contents 3 copy architectural plans (39cm x 68cm) for a secondary school in Lansbury, London. This was the part of Lansbury Neighbourhood, (Neighbourhood no 9) of London County Council Comprehensive Development Area no 2: Stepney and Poplar, which became the subject of the "Live Architecture Exhibition" at the Festival of Britain, 1951The plans consist of a small scale plan and elevation for a school.
Dates: 1950s

Plans of Lansbury Neighbourhood: Susan Lawrence Primary School, 1950s

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Identifier: PJM/LCC/E/2.2.6h
Scope and Contents 3 copy perspective drawings (26cm x 45cm) for a Susan Lawrence Primary School and Elizabeth Lansbury Nursery School, Lansbury, London (now amalgamated as the Lansbury Lawrence Primary School). This was the part of London County Council Comprehensive Development Area no 2: Stepney and Poplar which became the subject of the "Live Architecture Exhibition" at the Festival of Britain, 1951. The drawings show different angles of this school, designed by Yorke, Rosenberg & Mardall....
Dates: 1950s