New Barbican Committee (fl1954-1955)
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents 2 architectural drawings (25cm x 137cm) by the New Barbican Committee showing the City of London river front elevations and skyline at 1" to 88' scale. One depicts the area circa 1750 and the other circa 1890. The research for these drawings was undertaken by Patrick Horsburgh and Malcolm Higges and they were drawn by Malcolm Higges and Ronald Jones.
Scope and Contents Material relating to different areas of London County Council's Comprehensive Development Area no 1: City of London:
- general, (1947-1958)
- New Barbican, (c1953-1959)
- Saint Paul's Cathedral Precinct, (c1950-1959)
- Tower of London Precinct, (c1957-c1959)
- City of London river frontages and skylines, (1955)
Scope and Contents 2 reports with accompanying photographs and plans concerning the redevelopment of the Barbican area, part of London County Council's Comprehensive Redevelopment Area no 1: City of London. The first; New Barbican ( 29 September 1954) is by Kadleigh, Whitfield & Horsburgh, and was commissioned by the New Barbican Committee who presented it to London County Council. This outlines a comprehensive redevelopment...
Scope and Contents File of papers relating to the redevelopment of the Barbican area of London as part of London County Council's Comprehensive Development Area no 1: City of London. The file consists of a number of reports concerning the scheme by either London County Council's Architect's Department, the Corporation of London Improvements and Town Planning Committee or Chamberlin, Powell & Bon, the architects commissioned to create the scheme. There are also a number of proofs of evidence and related...
Scope and Contents Set of 7 copy plans relating to the Barbican Area of London, each with a red star shaped sticker giving an appendix number. The plans are: Appendix 1: "Barbican Site Plan no 1" - site plan at approximately 1:1250 scale giving details of planning permission for 27 numbered sites, 31 July 1954 Appendix 2: - "Barbican Site Sections no 2" - 3 sections across the site as marked on plan above, 2...