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Found in 109 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents 18 copy plans (approximately 55cm x 80cm) by the Reconstruction Areas Group of the Town Planning Division of London County Council's Architect's Department. The plans are development details for discrete areas of different neighbourhoods in Comprehensive Development Area no 2: Stepney / Poplar at 1" to 88' scale. Some of the plans are hand-coloured and 1 is on transparency. The majority have information concerning the proposed land use and housing density in the developments.
Scope and Contents Set of 7 copy plans relating to the Barbican Area of London, each with a red star shaped sticker giving an appendix number. The plans are: Appendix 1: "Barbican Site Plan no 1" - site plan at approximately 1:1250 scale giving details of planning permission for 27 numbered sites, 31 July 1954 Appendix 2: - "Barbican Site Sections no 2" - 3 sections across the site as marked on plan above, 2...
Scope and Contents Copy sketch plan (56cm x 103cm) probably by the Town Planning Division of London County Council's Architect's Department showing Bermondsey Comprehensive Development Area (CDA) and supplementary town map. The plan shows development status of areas within the CDA boundary.
Scope and Contents 7 copy plans (69cm x101cm) by the North East Group of the Town Planning Division of London County Council's Architect's Division showing plans for the redevelopment of Caledonian Market in London. There are 3 alternative suggested layout plans at 1:1250 scale with hand colouring; an architectural plan of the abattoir in Maiden Lane at 1' to 32" scale; a hand coloured 1:1250 Ordnance Survey plan of the area hand coloured to show land-use (no legend attached), a 1:2500 Ordnance Survey plan marked...
Scope and Contents 2 copy plans (76cm x 131cm and 38cm x 51cm) by the Reconstruction Areas Group of the Town Planning Division of London County Council's Architect's Department. The plans show the layout of Comprehensive Development Area no 5: Elephant and Castle. One plan shows the detailed layout of "Scheme A" at 44" to 1' scale. The other shows the same layout in a smaller scale sketch plan.
Scope and Contents 9 copy architectural plans (77cm x 128cm) by the Ardin & Brookes Partnership. These form a portfolio of plans for the construction of a development which combined shopping, offices, car parking and a cinema at Comprehensive Development Area no 5: Elephant and Castle in London. The plans are comprise: a site plan at 44' to 1" scale; floor plans, elevations and sections at 16' to 1" scale and a perspective drawing. The portfolio originally had 11 sheets but sheets 2 and 7 are missing.
Scope and Contents Plans from Coventry City Architectural and Planning Department consists of:
- The Coventry No 1 Town Planning Scheme, Map No 2, 1931
- City and Borough of Coventry, Development Plan 1951 - town map, 1951
- thematic maps of central Coventry, unknown
- Bell Green District Centre: general layout, 4 January 1956
Scope and Contents Set of 11 numbered copy plans (33cm x 81cm) by Tom Bigwood of the Comprehensive Development Area No 2: Stepney / Poplar. These are themed sketch plans covering issues such as historical growth of the area, war damage, housing patterns, geographical areas and public transport at 6" to 1 mile scale.
Dates: December 1954
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 Copy plan with hand colouring (100cm x 150cm) by the Royal Town Planning Institute showing the boundaries of different administrative boundaries within the Greater London area. This plan was presented as part of the evidence by the Royal Town Planning Institute's to the Royal Commission on Local Government in Greater London, 1957-1960.