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Leytonstone bus station

                                               

Buxton School, Leytonstone

Buxton School is a mixed all-through school located in Leytonstone, London, England. The school was formed on 1 January 2010 from an amalgamation of Cann Hall Primary School and Tom Hood School. It currently educates pupils aged 3 to 16.

                                               

Green Man, Leytonstone

The Green Man is a pub and road junction on High Road, Leytonstone, London. The pub has been rebranded as part of the ONeills chain. The current 1920s building replaced an earlier public house on the same site, built around 1668; it was mentioned ...

                                               

St John The Baptists Church, Leytonstone

St. John The Baptists is a church in the centre of Leytonstone, at the junction of the High Road and Church Lane. St. Johns is part of the Church of England, the Diocese of Chelmsford and the Deanery of Waltham Forest. The church is Grade II list ...

                                               

St Marks, Hamilton Terrace

St Marks Church, Hamilton Terrace is an Anglican church in the Maida Vale area of London, located at the intersection of Abercorn Place and Hamilton Terrace. Dating to 1846-7, it was designed by Thomas Cundy with a spire built by his son in 1864, ...

                                               

Lauderdale Mansions South

Lauderdale Mansions South is a block of 142 apartments in Lauderdale Road, Maida Vale, London W9. Built in 1897, Lauderdale Mansions South was the first of a swathe of mansion flat buildings for the middle classes that spread across central Maida ...

                                               

Warwick Castle, Maida Vale

The Warwick Castle is a grade II listed public house at Warwick Place, Maida Vale, London, that was built in 1846. It and Warwick Place were named after Jane Warwick, the bride of the original landowner. The pub is mentioned in the biographies of ...

                                               

Church of England church buildings in Manor Park, London

                                               

Balfour Mews

                                               

Brook Street

Brook Street is an axial street in the exclusive central London district of Mayfair. Most of it is leasehold, paying ground rent to and seeking lease renewals from the reversioner, that since before 1800, has been the Grosvenor Estate. Named afte ...

                                               

Burlington Gardens

The street is immediately to the north of the Royal Academy of Arts and joins Old Bond Street and New Bond Street in the west and Vigo Street in the east. Cork Street, Savile Row and Old Burlington Street all run north from Burlington Gardens. On ...

                                               

Charles Street, Mayfair

Charles Street runs roughly north east from Waverton Street in the west to Berkeley Square in the east, bending slightly northward halfway along. The southwestern end is narrower.

                                               

Clifford Street

Clifford Street is a street in central London, built in the early 18th century, on land that once formed part of the Burlington Estate. It is named after the Clifford family, Earls of Cumberland. The daughter and heiress of the last holder of tha ...

                                               

Curzon Street

Curzon Street is located within the exclusive Mayfair district of London. The street is located entirely within the W1J postcode district; the eastern end is 200 metres north-east of Green Park underground station. It is within the City of Westmi ...

                                               

Green Street, Mayfair

Green Street is a street in Mayfair, London. It has been built up since the mid-18th century, but most of the current properties date from the late 19th and early 20th century. It has had a number of significant residents, including various membe ...

                                               

Hill Street, London

Hill Street is a street in Mayfair, London which runs SW then W from Berkeley Square to Deanery Street, a short approach way from Park Lane. It was developed from farmland in the 18th century. One block to the east and south sees a fall of about ...

                                               

List of architectural sculpture in Mayfair

                                               

Maddox Street

Maddox Street was completed in 1720. It was named after Sir Benjamin Maddox who owned the Millfield estate on which the street was built. The Masons Arms, located at 38 Maddox Street, was built in 1721 and rebuilt in its current form in 1934. Dic ...

                                               

New Burlington Street

New Burlington Street is a street in central London that is on land that was once part of the Burlington Estate. The current architecture of the street bears little resemblance to the original design of the street when first built in the early ei ...

                                               

Old Burlington Street

According to parish rate books, the street was built by 1729 and known then as Nowell Street. That name was replaced by Burlington in 1733 and it was at one time known as Great Burlington Street. Charles Dartiquenave was living in the street in 1 ...

                                               

Park Street, Mayfair

Park Street is a street in Mayfair, London, England. It is the longest street on the Grosvenor Estate. It is a one-way street running south to north from a t-junction with South Street to a crossroads with Oxford Street, where it continues north ...

                                               

Sackville Street, London

Sackville Street is a street in central London which today is mainly composed of offices and the rears of retail premises, but once was the home to several important medical figures.

                                               

South Audley Street

South Audley Street is a major shopping street in Mayfair, London. It runs north to south from the southwest corner of Grosvenor Square to Curzon Street.

                                               

South Street, Mayfair

South Street is a street in Mayfair, London, England. It runs west to east from Park Lane before merging into Farm Street. Notable buildings include the private house, Aberconway House, listed for sale in 2007 by the developer and estate agent Po ...

                                               

Vigo Street

Vigo Street is a short street in central London that is named after the Anglo-Dutch naval victory over the French and Spanish in the 1702 Battle of Vigo Bay. It has important literary connections.

                                               

Buildings and structures in Mayfair

                                               

Mount Street

                                               

Tredegar Square

Tredegar Square pronounced is a well-preserved Georgian square in Mile End, and is in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. The square has gardens in the centre with lawns and large trees.

                                               

Arrandene Open Space and Featherstone Hill

Arrandene Open Space and Featherstone Hill is a 25 hectare Site of Metropolitan Importance for Nature Conservation in Mill Hill in the London Borough of Barnet. Arrandene Open Space is a large area of pasture divided by ancient hedgerows, and it ...

                                               

Mill Hill Substation Pastures

Mill Hill Substation Pastures is a fifteen-hectare Site of Metropolitan Importance for Nature Conservation in Mill Hill in the London Borough of Barnet. The reserve consists of pastures grazed by horses around Mill Hill Electricity Substation. Th ...

                                               

Scratchwood

Scratchwood is an extensive, mainly wooded, country park in Mill Hill in the London Borough of Barnet. The 57-hectare site is a Site of Metropolitan Importance for Nature Conservation and together with the neighbouring Moat Mount Open Space. It i ...

                                               

The Mill Field

The Mill Field is a 3.4 hectare Site of Borough Importance for Nature Conservation, Grade II, in Mill Hill in the London Borough of Barnet. It is a public open space which slopes steeply down from the road called The Ridgeway. It may be the site ...

                                               

54 Marsh Wall

54 Marsh Wall is a residential/retail planned skyscraper in the Isle of Dogs, London. The building was approved by Tower Hamlets on 19 January 2017. At 140 meters high and containing 216 residential units, the tower will be among a number of simi ...

                                               

Burrells Wharf

Burrells Wharf is a riverside residential estate, owned by its leaseholders, in London, England in the south-central Docklands. Rectangular and adjoining on a shorter side the River Thames Burrells Wharf is in Millwall on the Isle of Dogs. The re ...

                                               

Glengall Grove

Glengall Grove is a street on the Isle of Dogs, in Londons East End. The street was once part of Glengall Road which stretched across most of the Isle of Dogs.

                                               

Landmark Pinnacle

Landmark Pinnacle is a 233-metre skyscraper under construction by developer Chalegrove Properties in Millwall on the Isle of Dogs, London, United Kingdom. It is set to be the tallest residential building in Europe and will have more habitable flo ...

                                               

Millwall tube station

Millwall was an authorised underground railway station planned by London Underground but never built. It was to be located in Millwall on the Isle of Dogs in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, in east London as a station on an unbuilt extension ...

                                               

North Greenwich, Isle of Dogs

North Greenwich is a formal 19th century name for an area now in Millwall situated at the very southern tip of the Isle of Dogs, in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. It lies to the south of the commercial estates of West India Docks including ...

                                               

South Quay Plaza

South Quay Plaza is a residential-led scheme under construction in Millwall on the Isle of Dogs, London, within the borough of Tower Hamlets developed by Berkeley Group Holdings and designed by architect Foster + Partners. The site of the develop ...

                                               

107–123 Muswell Hill Road

107–123 Muswell Hill Road is a grade II listed parade of shops in Muswell Hill Road, Muswell Hill, London. The building adjoins the grade II* listed Everyman Cinema, formerly the Odeon Cinema, at its north end.

                                               

St Jamess Church Hall

St Jamess Church Hall is a church hall in Fortis Green Road, Muswell Hill, London, and a grade II listed building with Historic England. It was built in 1925 to a design by George Grey Wornum.

                                               

W. Martyn grocers shop

The W. Martyn grocers shop is a grade II listed building at 135 Queens Parade, Muswell Hill Broadway, London. Queens Parade was built in 1897 by James Edmundson. The shop front dates from the 1930s. It was designated as a listed building with His ...

                                               

New Barnet

New Barnet is a neighbourhood on the north east side of the London Borough of Barnet. It is a largely residential North London suburb located east of Chipping Barnet, west of Cockfosters, the village of Monken Hadley and north of Oakleigh Park. T ...

                                               

Greenhill Gardens, New Barnet

Greenhill Gardens is a 1.6 hectare public park in New Barnet in the London Borough of Barnet. Its main feature is an ornamental lake with a wooded island, which attracts many birds, and it also has a grassed area with scattered mature trees. It i ...

                                               

Victoria Recreation Ground, New Barnet

Victoria Recreation Ground is a public park in New Barnet in the London Borough of Barnet. It is one of Barnets Premier Parks. It is mainly grassed with a childrens playground, football pitches, tennis and basketball courts, a bowling green and a ...

                                               

Down Barns Moated Site

Down Barns Moated Site is a Scheduled Ancient Monument in Northolt in the London Borough of Ealing. It is the site of a medieval manor house, which does not survive, but the moat does. It was probably in existence by 1388, and is thought to have ...

                                               

Northolt Manor

Northolt Manor is a 1.8 hectare Scheduled Ancient Monument, Local Nature Reserve and Site of Borough Importance for Nature Conservation, Grade II, in Northolt in the London Borough of Ealing. It is owned and managed by Ealing Council. Archaeologi ...

                                               

Colville Gardens

Colville Gardens is a Victorian cul-de-sac street in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, located north of Colville Terrace and east of the Portobello Market in Notting Hill, London, England. It is bordered on the north side by All Saints ...

                                               

Elgin Crescent

Elgin Crescent is a street in Notting Hill, London, England. It runs west from Portobello Road, crosses Ladbroke Grove and at its south-western end joins Clarendon Road. The section between Portobello Road and Kensington Park Road is formed of sh ...

                                               

Golborne Road

Golborne Road is a street in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in Londons Kensal Town. The road runs east from Portobello Road to Kensal Road. Golborne Road is situated just north of and parallel to the Westway; it also joins Portobello ...

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