Johnson-Marshall, Percy, 1915-1993 (professor of urban design and regional planning, University of Edinburgh)
Found in 408 Collections and/or Records:
Church End Housing Scheme 2, 1936-1937
Scope and Contents 5 copy architectural plans (70cm x 100cm) for a Church End Housing Scheme 2 in Willesden. They include plans for blocks C, E and D; elevations plans and sections for block H; and revised plans for blocks G and F, all at 8 feet to 1 inch scale. The architect for the original plans was the borough engineer F Wilkinson, the architect for the revised plans was his successor F Wayland Brown. There are also 2 copies of a plan for a typical 2 bedroom house at 2 feet to 1 inch scale. It is possible...
City and Borough of Coventry, Development Plan 1951 - town map, 1951
Scope and Contents Brown and black overprinted Ordnance Survey map (102cm x 145cm), at a scale of 6 inches to 1 mile, by city architect and planning officer Sir Donald Evelyn Edward Gibson. The map is shows land use and accompanies the Coventry Development Plan 1952.
This plan is very fragile.
This plan is very fragile.
City of London: general, 1947-1958
Scope and Contents City of London: general consists of material relating to the London County Council's Comprehensive Development Area no 1: City of London:
- notes of meetings, (1947-1958)
- general development proposals plan, (31 December 1951)
City of London: New Barbican, c1953-1959
Scope and Contents Photographs, plans and reports, collected by Percy Johnson-Marshall while in charge of the Reconstruction Areas Group of the Town Planning Division of London County Council Architect's Department. These concern the redevelopment of the Barbican area of London's Comprehensive Development Area no 1: City of London reports and the public enquiry, (1953-1959) redevelopment plans, (1954-1958) ...
City of London: notes of meetings, 1947-1958
Scope and Contents General file of papers relating to London County Council's Comprehensive Development Area no 1: City of London. The file includes correspondence and meeting notes for a London County Council Architect's Department / Corporation of London City Planning Office liaison meeting. There is also an appendix of notes for a plan, correspondence relating to the Corporation of London Improvements and Town Planning Committee and two serials with articles relevant to the redevelopment of the City of London.
City of London: Saint Paul's Cathedral Precinct, c1950-1959
Scope and Contents Plans and papers relating to the the St Paul's Precinct area in London County Council Comprehensive Development Area no 1: City of London:
- papers and photographs, (1956-1959)
- plans, (c1950-1956)
City of London: Tower of London Precinct, c1957-c1959
Scope and Contents File of papers relating to London County Council Comprehensive Development Area no 4: Tower of London Precinct. The file contains a planning brochure for the planned precinct, a layout plan by the Corporation of London City Planning Office overdrawn on an Ordnance Survey plan at 1:1250 scale (possibly reduced in size), and some typescript notes concerning the area.
Collected Association of Building Technicians (ABT) publications, c1940
Scope and Contents A number of publications by the Association of Architects, Surveyors and Technical Assistants (AASTA), later the Association of Building Technicians (ABT) collected by Percy Johnson-Marshall. Some of these relate to employment law and conditions but the majority are concerned with the construction of air raid shelters and the evacuation of children during World War II
Collected reports and plansregarding Coventry's redevelopment, 1931-1959
Scope and Contents Research regarding Coventry series consists of:
- reports from Coventry City Architectural and Planning Department, 1955-1959
- City Centre development plans from Coventry City Architectural and Planning Department, 1931-1956
Collected reports concerning transportation planning in Edinburgh, 1963-1983
Scope and Contents 8 reports concerning transportation and pedestrian planning issues in Edinburgh, mostly collected by Percy Johnson-Marshall as part of his work for the City of Edinburgh Working Party on Major Highway Planning.