Subject Source: Pjm
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Papers and plans relating to the London County Council Comprehensive Development Area no 3: Bermondsey:
- papers, ( 1950 )
- plans, ( 1944-1959 )
Scope and Contents 5 copy perspective drawings (24cm x 37cm) of the proposed development at London County Council's Comprehensive Development Area no 5: Elephant and Castle. The drawings show the pedestrianised shopping areas and the multi-purpose office, shopping and entertainment development. The drawings are hand coloured. 2 are the same copy with differing hand colouring.
Scope and Contents A set of 35 sociological reports written by Margaret Willis for London County Council's Architect's Department. The reports are based on primary research conducted through questionnaire and survey work and report on a number of factors which would influence housing design and amenity provision. There are different editions or drafts of some of the titles, and some include original photographs or are typescript. Subjects cover a wide range of issues, including: social surveys, high rise...
Scope and Contents Information relating to the Clive Street Neighbourhood of Stepney / Poplar, within the London County Council Comprehensive Development Area no 2: Stepney / Poplar. This consists of black and white photographic prints: 3 prints (18cm x 24cm) of an architectural model at 1" to 32' scale of the area and 3 variant prints of an architectural drawing of a tower block in the street; and a report concerning responsibilities for the scheme.
Scope and Contents Black and white photographic prints (19cm x 24cm) of architectural models of the Poplar area of the London County Council Comprehensive Development Area no 2: Stepney / Poplar. There are 10 photographs of a small-scale model of the whole Poplar area. One of these shows the model in an exhibition concerning the reconstruction of the area being inspected by Percy Johnson-Marshall, Hubert Bennet, and LW Lane in 1955. There is also a photograph of an architectural drawing...
Scope and Contents Mixed collection of black and white photographic prints. 53 of the prints (max 24cm x 30cm, min 11cm x 17cm) show old or derelict buildings and waste land before reconstruction, some of which have a location, date or London County Council Architect's Town Planning Division stamp on the reverse. The remainder (21cm x 25) are of completed building projects by London County Council Architect's Department, including flats and housing in Stepney / Poplar, a children's play area, Lansbury market,...
Found in: Edinburgh University Library Special Collections / PJM, The Percy Johnson-Marshall Collection / London County Council / London County Council: Comprehensive Development Areas / Comprehensive Development Areas: Stepney / Poplar / Stepney / Poplar: general papers and photographs / General papers: photographs of Stepney / Poplar
Scope and Contents 4 copy plans relating to the redevelopment of the Barbican Comprehensive Development Area in London. "Barbican 27 storey building Moor Lane" (38cm x 51cm) - layout plan is at 44' to 1" scale, 1958 "Annex B" (55cm x 70cm) - a plan with a numbered index to sites and their areas according to the development plan at 88' to 1" scale, January 1956 "Barbican Area" (50cm x 76cm) -...
Scope and Contents 3 copy plans (33cm x 40cm) probably by the Town Planning Division of London County Council's's Architect's Department showing a cross-section of the proposed Barbican development and the number of square feet of accommodation available at each section of each level. 2 of the plans are identical except for some hand written notes. the third differs slightly in the area calculations.
Scope and Contents 3 copy architectural perspective drawings (45cm x 61cm) by TV Murray showing the proposed main shopping centre, the tower block and roundabout and Newington Butts at Comprehensive Development Area no 5: Elephant and Castle.
Scope and Contents 8 copy plans (69cm x 101cm) showing the planned development of Upstream Offices on the South Bank, London. This office tower block was part of the planned South Bank Permanent Development and was later occupied by the Royal Dutch/Shell Group of Companies. 6 of the plans are by the Reconstruction Areas Group of the Town Planning Division of London County Council's Architect's Department. 1 plan comprises site plans and sections for alternative positions of the blocks at 1" to 88'...