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Local Government

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Created For = PJM

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Comprehensive Development Areas: South Bank, 1949-c1960

 Sub-Series
Identifier: PJM/LCC/E/4
Scope and Contents Comprehensive development areas: South Bank consists of: planning correspondence and papers, (1954-1955) Festival of Britain 1951 competition - "Design a restaurant for the South Bank", (1949) drawings, (c1954) press clippings, (1953-1960) hotel site particulars, (1954) photographs, (1954-1961) South Bank...
Dates: 1949-c1960

Exhibitions: exhibition papers and photographs, 1951-1959

 File
Identifier: PJM/LCC/D/5.1
Scope and Contents File of preparation notes, papers and photographs relating to exhibitions which the Town Planning Division of London County Council's Architect's department either organised or participated in. Exhibitions include: "Stepney Housing Progress" by the Metropolitan Borough of Stepney, 13-30 April 1959 "Construction and Reconstruction of Towns, 1945-1957" at the International Union of Architects...
Dates: 1951-1959

General papers: lectures concerning the reconstruction of Stepney, c1950-1954

 File
Identifier: PJM/LCC/E/2.1.3
Scope and Contents File of typescript and manuscript drafts for talks and articles concerning the redevelopment of London County Council's Comprehensive Development Area no 2: Stepney / Poplar. Most are authored by Percy Johnson-Marshall, but other authors are represented including the Architect to the Council, Sir Robert Hogg Matthew.
Dates: c1950-1954

London County Council: Architect's Department, 1940s-1964

 Series
Identifier: PJM/LCC/D
Scope and Contents London County Council: Architect's Department consists of:
  1. Administrative County of London Development Plan, 1951, (1945-1958)
  2. planning manuals and methodologies, (1940s-1959)
  3. staffing issues, (1945-1959)
  4. general work, (1944-1964)
  5. exhibitions, (1951-1959)
  6. sociological reports, (1951-1957)
Dates: 1940s-1964