Plate 30
Working-class housing

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English Heritage

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F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

Year published

1977

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'Plate 30: Working-class housing', Survey of London: volume 39: The Grosvenor Estate in Mayfair, Part 1 (General History) (1977). URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=41886 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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Working-Class Housing, Photographs of the early 1930's

a. St. George's Buildings, Bourdon Street, from west.


Working-class housing.

Plate 30a: Working-class housing.
St. George's Buildings, Bourdon Street, from west.

Henry Roberts, architect for plan, and John Newson, builder, 1852–3

b. Grosvenor Buildings, Bourdon Street, from east, with Grosvenor Hill to right.


Working-class housing.

Plate 30b: Working-class housing.
Grosvenor Buildings, Bourdon Street, from east, with Grosvenor Hill to right.

R. H. Burden, architect, 1868–9

c. Clarendon Flats, Balderton Street (Improved Industrial Dwellings Company, 1871–2), from south, with St. Mark's Mansions (R. J. Withers, architect, 1872–3) on left


Working-class housing.

Plate 30c: Working-class housing.
Clarendon Flats, Balderton Street (Improved Industrial Dwellings Company, 1871–2), from south, with St. Mark's Mansions (R. J. Withers, architect, 1872–3) on left

d. Balderton Flats, Balderton Street and Brown Hart Gardens (Improved Industrial Dwellings Company, 1887), from south-west


Working-class housing.

Plate 30d: Working-class housing.
Balderton Flats, Balderton Street and Brown Hart Gardens (Improved Industrial Dwellings Company, 1887), from south-west