Subject Source: Local sourcesScope Note: Created For = PJM
Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
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...
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 Comprehensive development areas: Bunhill Fields consists of:
- papers and photographs, ( 1950s )
- plans, ( 1950s )
Scope and Contents 2 copy architectural plans (70cm x 96cm) for a housing scheme at Curzon Crescent, Willesden. The plans comprise plans and sections for the staircase, and elevation details of a typical building in the development at 0.5 inch to 1 foot scale. The architect was the borough engineer F Wilkinson, and the draftsman Percy Johnson-Marshall.
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...
Other committees: Housing Committee and Housing Committee Development and Management Sub-Committee, 1952-1958
Scope and Contents Small selection of reports to the London County Council Housing Committee and the Housing Development and Management Sub-committee. These mostly concern the development of maisonettes and flats by London County Council. One concerns reports and analysis of the 1951 census.
Scope and Contents 4 mounted black and white photographic prints (20cm x 25cm) showing flats in Gipsy Road, which were built for Lambeth Borough Council during the 1940s. These were part of the London County Council Architect's Department Collection.
Scope and Contents 3 black and white photographic prints (19cm x 25cm). Two show different unidentified architectural models for housing developments. The third shows some historic archways standing amongst rubble. These were part of the London County Council Architect's Department Collection.
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: University of Edinburgh Library Heritage 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 6 black and white photographic prints (20cm x 25cm) showing office blocks. 3 show an office block at 20 Albert Embankment, London, under construction; 2 show different architectural models of office blocks; 1 shows some flatted housing. These were part of the London County Council Architect's Department Collection.