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Architecture, Designs and Plans

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

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Comprehensive Development Areas: City of London, 1947-1959

 Sub-Series
Identifier: PJM/LCC/E/1
Scope and Contents Material relating to different areas of London County Council's Comprehensive Development Area no 1: City of London:
  1. general, (1947-1958)
  2. New Barbican, (c1953-1959)
  3. Saint Paul's Cathedral Precinct, (c1950-1959)
  4. Tower of London Precinct, (c1957-c1959)
  5. City of London river frontages and skylines, (1955)

New Barbican: photographs, 1954

 File
Identifier: PJM/LCC/E/1.2.3
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: redevelopment plans, 1954-1958

 File
Identifier: PJM/LCC/E/1.2.2
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...

New Barbican: reports and the public enquiry, 1953-1959

 File
Identifier: PJM/LCC/E/1.2.1
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...