Norfolk House and Suffolk House in Laurence Pountney Hill
Norfolk House and Suffolk House in Laurence Pountney Hill
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Norfolk House and Suffolk House in Laurence Pountney Hill
View of Suffolk House and Norfolk House, 5-7 Laurence Pountney Hill, City of London. The tombs which can be seen in the foreground relate to the former churchyard of the church of St Laurence Pountney, which was burnt in the Great Fire of 1666. Railings, trees, and a bin also occupy the space. These tall neo-Gothic buildings were designed in the 1880s by R.B. March and named after a house belonging to the Duke of Suffolk which stood on the site in the fifteenth century, and which had connections to the Duke of Norfolk. Both buildings were demolished in the 1994 and replaced with Governors House, an office block designed by Sidell Gibson Architects.
1968
London Metropolitan Archives
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