City of London (England)
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 40 Collections and/or Records:
General comprehensive development areas files: plans - Administrative County of London Development Plan, 1951: areas of comprehensive development, 1951
Scope and Contents Plans of the Comprehensive development Areas designated by London County Council in the Administrative County of London Development Plan (1951) : : No 1 - City of London, (1951) No 2 - Stepney / Poplar, (1951) No 3 - Bermondsey, (1951) No 4 - South Bank, (1951) ...
General papers: planning reports, 1949-1958
Scope and Contents File of completed planning application reports - form TP5, submitted under the Town and Country Planning Act, ( 1947) to London County Council Architect's Department Town Planning Division. These give details of a large number of proposed developments in the Comprehensive Development Areas of City of London, Stepney / Poplar and Bermondsey. There is also an index to the applications and a complete list of...
General work: proofs of evidence, 1950-1957
Scope and Contents File of proofs of evidence, presented by Percy Johnson-Marshall on behalf of London County Council, for planning appeals under the Town and Country Planning Act, 1947. The file includes the legal documentation for a number of proofs of evidence for Stepney, London and the City of London. It also contains correspondence concerning these, and typescript and manuscript drafts. There are also 2 maps, one of the Barbican area of London and one of the centre of Toronto, Canada.
Grand Avenue, Smithfield Market, London, 1870s-1930s
Scope and Contents Photograph of Grand Avenue, the main route through the centre of Smithfield Market in London in [1908?].
Houstoun Family Album
Item — Box CLX-A-1595
Content Description This is an album used as a sketchbook and a common-place book from the mid-19th century to the 1930s, created and compiled by two Scottish women of the same family. The first contributor is Caroline Elizabeth Houstoun (1840-1926), who filled the volume with well-spaced studies of landscapes and buildings in coloured pencil, pastel, and some watercolour. Some noteworthy sites include Inverness from the Castle, Edinburgh Castle, Euston Station in London, and Saint-Germain in Paris. The identity...
London County Council, 1937-1968
Scope and Contents The papers related to London County Council consist of: committee reports and agenda, (1949-1959) public relations, (1950-1968) Royal Commission on Local Government in Greater London, (1937-1960) Architect's Department, (1940s-1964) Comprehensive Development Areas, (1944-c1960) miscellaneous Development Areas,...
London County Council: Comprehensive Development Areas, 1944-c1960
Scope and Contents London County Council: Comprehensive development areas consists of: City of London, (1947-1959) Stepney / Poplar, ( 1940-1961 ) Bermondsey, ( 1944-1959 ) South Bank, (1949-c1960) Elephant and Castle, (1951-c1956 ) Bunhill Fields, ( 1950s ) Lewisham Clock Tower, ( 1950s ) Woolwich, ( 1950s...
New Barbican: photographs, 1954
Scope and Contents Photographs relating to redevelopment of the Barbican area, as part of London County Council's Comprehensive Redevelopment Area no 1: City of London. The photographs consist of: 30 black and white photographic prints (20cm x 25cm) of the architectural models for the first scheme, and the extension to the first redevelopment scheme. This design was by the Reconstruction Areas Group of the Town Planning Division...
New Barbican: public enquiry file, 1955
Scope and Contents File of papers and notes related to the public enquiry into the "New Barbican" development scheme proposed by the New Barbican Committee for the redevelopment of the Barbican area of London. The file includes proofs of evidence submitted to the enquiry, London County Council Architect's Department memoranda and handwritten notes taken during the enquiry.
New Barbican: redevelopment plans, 1954-1958
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...