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Reference COL
Covering dates 1067-2004
Held by Corporation of London Records Office
Extent 948 series
Conditions of access Most records included here are available for public access, although some are available by appointment only, or at the discretion of the Head Archivist of the corporation's Joint Archive Service. A few records are unavailable for general access. Where these conditions apply the individual records are clearly labelled in this list.
Creators Corporation of London
Arrangement The archives of the Corporation of London were reclassified in 2004 and divided between records of the corporation itself and records of those bodies or individuals with which the corporation has or had close ties. This list contains the records of the Corporation of London; its mediaeval administrative records, and for the modern period records of corporation departments. It also contains subject-based series of non-departmental records.
Supplementary information Some records are not included in this catalogue, either because they are non-public or because alternative finding aids are available at the Corporation of London Records Office.
Related information Catalogues of bodies and individuals associated with the corporation are available separately. A list of the organisations and individuals concerned, along with their 2004 references follows:
CLA/001 CITY OF LONDON MENTAL HOSPITAL
CLA/002 COURT OF ORPHANS, CITY OF LONDON
CLA/003 HOLLOWAY PRISON
CLA/004 MANSION HOUSE JUSTICE ROOM, CITY OF LONDON
CLA/005 GUILDHALL JUSTICE ROOM, CITY OF LONDON
CLA/006 CITY OF LONDON COMMISSIONERS OF SEWERS
CLA/007 BRIDGE HOUSE ESTATES
CLA/008 CITY LANDS ESTATES
CLA/009 MARKETS
CLA/010 BILLINGSGATE MARKET
CLA/011 LEADENHALL MARKET
CLA/012 FOREIGN CATTLE MARKET, DEPTFORD
CLA/013 SPITALFIELDS MARKET
CLA/014 NEWGATE MARKET
CLA/015 METROPOLITAN CATTLE MARKET
CLA/016 SMITHFIELD MARKET
CLA/017 LONDON CENTRAL MARKETS, SMITHFIELD
CLA/018 BRIDGES
CLA/019 SOUTHWARK BRIDGE
CLA/020 TOWER BRIDGE
CLA/021 BLACKFRIARS BRIDGE
CLA/022 LONDON BRIDGE
CLA/023 COURT OF HUSTING, CITY OF LONDON
CLA/024 MAYOR'S COURT, CITY OF LONDON
CLA/025 SHERIFF'S COURT, CITY OF LONDON
CLA/026 CITY OF LONDON COURT
CLA/027 MAYOR'S AND CITY OF LONDON COURT
CLA/028 WOOD STREET COMPTER, LATER GILTSPUR STREET COMPTER
CLA/029 GILTSPUR STREET COMPTER
CLA/030 POULTRY COMPTER
CLA/031 SOUTHWARK COMPTER
CLA/032 PRISONS AND COMPTERS
CLA/033 LUDGATE PRISON
CLA/034 WHITECROSS STREET PRISON
CLA/035 NEWGATE PRISON
CLA/036 THAMES CONSERVANCY COURTS
CLA/037 THAMES
CLA/038 COURT OF REQUESTS, CITY OF LONDON
CLA/039 COURT OF JUDICATURE, CITY OF LONDON
CLA/040 COURTS OF LAW CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/041 CITY OF LONDON CORONERS COURT CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/042 SOUTHWARK CROWN COURT CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/043 MANORS CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/044 ROYAL CONTRACT ESTATES CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/045 FINSBURY AND HALLIWELL ESTATES CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/046 SOUTHWARK SESSIONS CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/047 CITY OF LONDON SESSIONS CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/048 CITY OF LONDON POLICE CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/049 IRISH SOCIETY CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/050 CITY OF LONDON LIEUTENANCY CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/051 CITY IMPERIAL VOLUNTEERS CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/052 CITY OF LONDON CEMETERY AND CREMATORIUM CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/053 CITY OF LONDON SCHOOL CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/054 CITY OF LONDON SCHOOL FOR GIRLS CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/055 CITY OF LONDON FREEMEN'S SCHOOL CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/056 GUILDHALL SCHOOL OF MUSIC AND DRAMA CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/057 MORGAN FAMILY CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/058 DOROTHEA CROMPTON CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/059 MAURICE COLE CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/060 MADELINE PAYNE CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/061 JACOBS FAMILY CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/062 GRESHAM COLLEGE AND ROYAL EXCHANGE CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/063 EDUCATION CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/064 ALMSHOUSES AND HOSPITALS CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/065 BETHLEM HOSPITAL CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/066 BRIDEWELL HOSPITAL CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/067 CHRIST'S HOSPITAL CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/068 ROYAL HOSPITALS CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/069 SAINT THOMAS HOSPITAL CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/070 SAINT BARTHOLOMEW'S HOSPITAL CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/071 EMANUEL HOSPITAL CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/072 BARBICAN CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/073 COAL EXCHANGE AND MARKET CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/074 CLUBS AND SOCIETIES CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/075 LONDON WORKHOUSE CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/076 MUSEUM OF LONDON CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/077 EPPING FOREST CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/078 OPEN SPACES CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/079 CHURCHES CORPORATION OF LONDON
CLA/080 RELIGION CORPORATION OF LONDON

Administrative history:
The Corporation of London is the local authority for the City of London or Square Mile, the financial and commercial centre at the heart of the metropolitan area. With its roots in medieval times, it is probably the oldest local authority in the United Kingdom and has an unusually-wide range of responsibilities reflecting both its ancient role as a municipality and its modern-day role as the equivalent of a London Borough.
The Corporation of London is also unique in local government as it has no charter of incorporation nor any specific date of establishment: it has evolved organically from earlier bodies. Most other councils in the United Kingdom were either created or substantially reformed in the 19th century or later.
Even the name of the Corporation of London presents some difficulties since this present-day title is comparatively modern: it is fairly common by the first half of the 19th century and is used frequently in The 2nd Report of the Commissioners Appointed to Inquire into the Municipal Corporations in England and Wales: London and Southwark, London Companies (1837).
Where "Corporation" is used in modern legislation such as City of London (Various Powers) Acts, its meaning is defined as "the Mayor and Commonalty and Citizens of the City of London". This latter title is one of the styles used in the charter of 6 James I, dated 20 September 1608, which also lists the following titles or styles: Mayor and Aldermen of the City of London; Mayor, Citizens and Commonalty of the City of London; Mayor and Commonalty of the City of London; Citizens of the City of London; Barons of London; Barons of the City of London and indeed "any other name whatsoever, by reason or force of any letters patent, charters, or confirmations of any of our progenitors, Kings of England, which in any time or times had reasonably used or exercised". In 1690 an Act of Parliament [2 Wm. & Mary, c. 8] confirming all the privileges of the Corporation of London, declared that the Mayor and Commonalty and Citizens of the City of London should "remain continue, and be, and prescribe to be a body corporate and politick, in re, facto et nomine"
Another unusual feature of the Corporation of London is its ability to alter or amend it constitution when it benefits the Corporation of London and City of London to do so, under charters of Edward III (1341) and Richard II (1377 and 1383). This power is exercised by means of Acts of Common Council. Such Acts of the Corporation of London are authenticated by the City or Common Seal which since the 13th century has carried the legend Sigillum Baronum Londiniarum [Seal of the Barons of London]. Although the legal title of the Corporation of London remains the Mayor and Commonalty and Citizens of the City of London, statutory powers are usually conferred on the Court of Common Council, under the designation of the Mayor, Aldermen and Commons of the City of London in Common Council assembled.
The early history of the Corporation of London is also difficult to reconstruct since, in both the United Kingdom and the wider European context, there are virtually no ancient cities with administrative records surviving before the 13th century. Evidence has to be gleaned, therefore, from charters and isolated references in accounts, chronicles and custumals (or collections of grants, customs and precedents).
In the 10th century, in the reign of King Athelstan, the establishment of eight mints in the City of London (compared with six in Winchester, the capital of Wessex) provides evidence of the prosperity and importance of the federal state of London, a City composed of Wards governed by Aldermen presiding over their Wardmotes [meeting of citizens of a ward] with a Folkmoot [a pre-Conquest general assembly of the people of a city] for the whole City of London meeting at St Paul's Cathedral.
In the following century, after the Battle of Hastings in 1066, the victorious William granted the citizens of London a charter ratifying their existing rights and privileges. Although the charter, written in Anglo-Saxon and now dated to c 1067, did not grant any new rights, it was an important confirmation of the privileges and laws enjoyed by the "burgesses within London" in the time of Edward the Confessor [1042-1066]. This royal grant was only the first of many over the centuries which granted or confirmed customs and liberties.
Although the City of London continued to retain and to enjoy its independent customs and privileges, it still owed allegiance to the Crown and was bound to support the Royal Exchequer. The ancient office of Sheriff (mentioned in Anglo-Saxon laws of the 7th century), for example, exercised the King's authority over the citizens and collected royal revenues. A key stage in the development of autonomous local government was the right of a town or city to appoint its own officials and hence control its own affairs. In England this came generally through grants of the "farm of the borough" by which townsmen became corporately responsible for paying over the annual royal dues and, by consequence, appointed the officer who accounted for the dues at the Royal Exchequer. Henry I [1100-1135] is known to have made this concession to only two places: Lincoln and London. For a fee, both had obtained control of their own farms and officials by 1130. In the case of the citizens of London, emancipation from the royal financial agent was achieved by a charter from King John, dated 5 July 1199, giving them the right to choose the Sheriffs of both London and Middlesex, a right which was exercised until the 19th century. Since the Local Government Act 1888 [51 & 52 Vict., c. 41] two Sheriffs have continued to be elected but for the City of London alone.
The office of Alderman (like that of Sheriff) predates the Norman Conquest but the first mention of an Alderman of London by name is not until the 12th century (1111) while the place-name Aldermanbury appears in 1128. In the 12th and 13th centuries the Wards in the City of London are still mainly identified by the name of their Alderman although the first full list of Wards under permanent names such as Dowgate or Cornhill is dated 1285. Clearly the role of the Aldermen within their Wards played an important part in the development of early local government in the City of London. The roots of municipal government in the City of London are thus found in the activities of the Aldermen in their Wards which in the medieval period provided such public services as existed. Working individually, or in co-operation, the power of the Aldermen grew as the corporate unity of the City of London developed and they exercised both administrative and judicial functions in what became the Court of Aldermen which is generally considered to have developed from the administrative side of the Court of Husting. Until the 18th century the Court of Aldermen was the premier governing body of the City of London and the Aldermen remain an integral part of the Corporation of London.
Also integral to the Corporation of London is the office of Mayor (the title of Lord Mayor also being evolutionary and only being in general use from about 1500). In the 12th century, London was the first English town to have a Mayor, Henry Fitz Ailwyn, who first appears around 1189, although the exact circumstances of his becoming Mayor are not known. In 1191 the Londoners secured recognition of the Commune [a municipal corporation or organisation] from Prince John and other magnates. Two years later, the oath of the Commune provides the first tentative evidence in the Corporation of London's archives of the participation by representatives of the Commons of the City when probi homines [reputable men] were to be associated with the Mayor and others for the good rule of the City of London. In May 1215 King John granted the citizens the right to elect annually a Mayor who was one of 25 barons appointed to ensure the terms of Magna Carta (June 1215) were carried out. In the 13th century there are several further examples of people summoned from the Wards to consult on the common affairs of the City of London. By the end of the 14th century a permanent body chosen by the citizens had been established and since the 18th century, this body (now known as the Court of Common Council) has been the main governing body of the City of London.
The City of London is also unique in having a separate electoral assembly, Common Hall, for the choice of important municipal officers, including the Lord Mayor and the Sheriffs. Common Hall also formerly elected the Chamberlain but most Chief Officers are now chosen at the Court of Common Council.
The Corporation of London performs the ordinary functions of a council for the residential and working population of the City of London, supported by local taxes and funds from central government. These local authority functions include: housing, refuse collection, education, social services, environmental health and town planning. It also runs its own police force, the City of London Police, the Central Criminal Court (the "Old Bailey") and the Barbican Arts Centre as well as maintaining five bridges across the River Thames (Blackfriars, Southwark, London, Tower and, since 2002, the Millennium Bridge).
In addition, the Corporation of London provides other special services for the benefit of London and indeed the nation as a whole, often financed from its own funds (City's Cash) and at no cost to the tax and ratepayer. Many of these special services are provided outside the boundaries of the City of London itself and include: owning and maintaining over 10,000 acres of open spaces such as Epping Forest and Hampstead Heath; acting as the Port Health Authority for the whole of the Thames tidal estuary; providing the quarantine station at Heathrow Airport, and acting as a Markets Authority with responsibility for three premier wholesale food markets (Billingsgate, Smithfield and Spitalfields) which supply London and the South East. It also administers the Bridge House Grants Scheme, a charitable grants scheme for Greater London, and is committed to an extensive programme of activities designed to assist its neighbours to combat social deprivation.
The Corporation of London operates through the Lord Mayor, Aldermen and Members of the Court of Common Council who are elected by the residents and businesses of the 25 Wards in the City of London.
The Court of Aldermen still deals with matters such as the Livery Companies and the Freedom of the City of London but its present-day role has diminished with the development of the Court of Common Council. Much of the work of the Corporation of London is now delegated to the Court of Common Council which is the primary decision-making assembly. The Court of Common Council is non-party political and works through Committees which are mainly made up of Members of the Common Council.
The Corporation of London also acts through its officers, some of whose offices originate in the medieval period. The earliest known holders of the office of Town Clerk (now the Chief Executive) and the Chamberlain (the chief financial officer), for example, both date from the 13th century although the offices themselves may date from the 12th century. Others, such as that of the Comptroller and City Solicitor (the head of the legal department), result from the amalgamation of different offices originating from medieval and Elizabethan times. These officers still head their own departments but, in recent years, many formerly separate departments have been amalgamated into directorates covering, for example, Technical Services or Markets or Open Spaces. In a similar way, the Director of Community Services is now responsible for housing, sports development and social services, while the Director of Environmental Services is responsible for services including environmental health, the City of London Cemetery and Crematorium, port health, trading standards, veterinary and cleansing services. Overall the Departments and Directorates are responsible for delivering the wide range of services provided by the Corporation of London.
More information about the present-day structure of the Corporation of London and its wide range of activities can be found on its website at www.cityoflondon.gov.uk.

Contents:
The records in the CLRO are thought to be one of the finest and most complete municipal archives in Europe. However, researchers may notice some substantial gaps and these merit an explanation. The majority of the records of the Freedom of the City prior to 1681 and the City's Cash accounts prior to 1632 were either destroyed in the Great Fire in 1666 or in another fire in the Chamber (the finance department of the Corporation) in 1786. Similarly, it is thought that a fire at the Sessions House in the Old Bailey in 1877 destroyed the early Sessions minutes and files, as well as the bulk of the supporting papers. The paucity of surviving Sheriffs' Court records for the medieval period is thought to be because these records were considered to be the personal property of a Sheriff, who might be called upon to produce records in order to account for his actions during his time in office long after his Shrievalty had ended. Similarly, it is thought the records of coroner's inquests have not survived in any quantity before 1788 because inquests were not held in a court building until relatively recently, and so the records of inquests were considered part of the personal papers of office holders rather than administrative records.
This list consists of the following records:
COL/AC
ARCHIVES (part)
COL/AD
ADMINISTRATION
COL/BR
BROKERS
COL/CA
COURT OF ALDERMEN
COL/CA/AJA
COURT OF ALDERMEN: ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE COMMITTEE
COL/CA/FNA
COURT OF ALDERMEN: FINANCE COMMITTEE
COL/CA/GAC
COURT OF ALDERMEN: GAOL COMMITTEE
COL/CA/GPA
COURT OF ALDERMEN: GENERAL PURPOSES COMMITTEE (part)
COL/CA/LCA
COURT OF ALDERMEN: LIVERY CLOTH COMMITTEE
COL/CA/MGA
COURT OF ALDERMEN: MAGISTRACY COMMITTEE
COL/CA/MIN
COURT OF ALDERMEN: COMMITTEES
COL/CA/PCA
COURT OF ALDERMEN: PRISONS COMMITTEE
COL/CA/PLA
COURT OF ALDERMEN: POLICE COMMITTEE
COL/CA/PVA
COURT OF ALDERMEN: PRIVILEGES COMMITTEE (part)
COL/CA/PYA
COURT OF ALDERMEN: PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE
COL/CA/WCA
COURT OF ALDERMEN: WHOLE COMMITTEE
COL/CC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL
COL/CC/ACC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: AFFAIRS OF THE CORPORATION COMMITTEE
COL/CC/AJC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE COMMITTEE
COL/CC/APC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: AIRPORT COMMITTEE
COL/CC/ASC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: ASSESSMENT (CITY OF LONDON UNION) COMMITTEE
COL/CC/AUC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: ACCOUNTS COMMITTEE
COL/CC/BBB
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: BLACKFRIARS BRIDGE (BUILDING) COMMITTEE
COL/CC/BBR
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: BLACKFRIARS BRIDGE (REPAIRING) COMMITTEE
COL/CC/BFC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: BUNHILL FIELDS COMMITTEE
COL/CC/BHC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: BRIDGE HOUSE COMMITTEE
COL/CC/BHT
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: BRIDGE HOUSE TRUST COMMITTEE
COL/CC/BLM
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: BILLINGSGATE AND LEADENHALL MARKETS COMMITTEE
COL/CC/BRA
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: BARBICAN ARTS CENTRE JOINT WORKING PARTY (ARTS CENTRE)
COL/CC/BRC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: BARBICAN CENTRE COMMITTEE
COL/CC/BRD
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: BARBICAN DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
COL/CC/BRR
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: BARBICAN RESIDENTIAL COMMITTEE
COL/CC/BRW
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: BARBICAN CONTRACTS WORKING PARTY
COL/CC/CCF
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: COAL, CORN AND FINANCE COMMITTEE
COL/CC/CCN
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: COAL AND CORN COMMITTEE
COL/CC/CCR
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: COAL, CORN AND RATES FINANCE COMMITTEE
COL/CC/CDC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: CIVIL DEFENCE COMMITTEE
COL/CC/CDE
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: CIVIL DEFENCE (EMERGENCY) COMMITTEE
COL/CC/CEM
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: CENTRAL MARKETS COMMITTEE
COL/CC/CLA
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: CITY OF LONDON (ARIZONA) CORPORATION
COL/CC/CLBH
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: CITY LANDS AND BRIDGE HOUSE ESTATES COMMITTEE
COL/CC/CLC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: CITY LANDS COMMITTEE
COL/CC/CLE
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: CITY OF LONDON EDUCATION COMMITTEE
COL/CC/CLF
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: BOARD OF GOVERNORS, CITY OF LONDON FREEMEN'S SCHOOL
COL/CC/CLFO
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: CITY OF LONDON FREEMEN'S (ORPHANS) SCHOOL
COL/CC/CLG
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: BOARD OF GOVERNORS, CITY OF LONDON SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
COL/CC/CLS
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: BOARD OF GOVERNORS, CITY OF LONDON SCHOOL
COL/CC/CLSB
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: CITY OF LONDON SCHOOL BUILDING COMMITTEE
COL/CC/CLSG
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: CITY OF LONDON SCHOOL FOR GIRLS COMMITTEE
COL/CC/CLSS
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: CITY OF LONDON SCHOOLS COMMITTEE
COL/CC/CMB
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: COMPUTER SUB-COMMITTEE
COL/CC/CMG
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: COMPUTER STEERING GROUP COMMITTEE
COL/CC/CPC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: COUNTY PURPOSES COMMITTEE
COL/CC/CPR
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: ENQUIRIES INTO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE CORPORATION
COL/CC/CRC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: COURT OF REQUESTS COMMITTEE
COL/CC/CRE
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT (EXTENSION) COMMITTEE
COL/CC/CRN
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT: NEWSON SMITH COMMITTEE
COL/CC/CTC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: CONSOLIDATED COMMITTEE
COL/CC/CTM
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: CATTLE MARKETS COMMITTEE
COL/CC/EEC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: ELEMENTARY EDUCATION COMMITTEE
COL/CC/EFC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: EPPING FOREST AND OPEN SPACES COMMITTEE
COL/CC/EHC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: EMANUEL HOSPITAL COMMITTEE
COL/CC/ESC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: ESTABLISHMENT COMMITTEE
COL/CC/FAC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: FREEDOM APPLICATIONS COMMITTEE
COL/CC/FCC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: FOOD CONTROL COMMITTEE
COL/CC/FDC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: FREEDOM COMMITTEE (19TH CENTURY)
COL/CC/FNC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: FINANCE COMMITTEE
COL/CC/FNG
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: GAOL EXPENSES AND FINANCE COMMITTEE
COL/CC/FNS
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: SPECIAL FINANCE/SELECT FINANCE OR FINANCE COMMITTEE
COL/CC/FSC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: FISH SUPPLY COMMITTEE
COL/CC/GHI
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: GUILDHALL IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE
COL/CC/GHY
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: GUILDHALL YARD EAST BUILDING COMMITTEE
COL/CC/GPC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: GENERAL PURPOSES COMMITTEE (Part)
COL/CC/GRC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: GRESHAM COMMITTEE (CITY SIDE)
COL/CC/GRJ
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: JOINT GRESHAM COMMITTEE
COL/CC/GWC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: GAS/GAS AND WATER COMMITTEE
COL/CC/GYE
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: GUILDHALL YARD EAST COMMITTEE
COL/CC/HEB
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: CITY OF LONDON BOARD OF HEALTH
COL/CC/HEC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: HEALTH COMMITTEE
COL/CC/HGC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: HOUSING COMMITTEE
COL/CC/HHM
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: HAMPSTEAD HEATH MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE
COL/CC/HWJ
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: HIGHGATE WOOD JOINT CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE
COL/CC/IMP
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: IMPROVEMENTS COMMITTEE (CORPORATION)
COL/CC/ITP
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: IMPROVEMENTS AND TOWN PLANNING COMMITTEE (C.S/PHD)
COL/CC/JTA
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: JOINT ADVISORY COMMITTEE
COL/CC/JTB
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: JOINT BRIDGE HOUSE ESTATES AND IMPROVEMENTS COMMITTEE
COL/CC/JTC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: JOINT COMMITTEE
COL/CC/JTP
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: JOINT (P.H.D) COMMITTEE
COL/CC/JTS
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: JOINT BRIDGE HOUSE ESTATES AND SPECIAL COMMITTEE
COL/CC/JTT
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: JOINT BRIDGE HOUSE ESTATES AND THAMES NAVIGATION AND PORT OF LONDON COMMITTEE
COL/CC/LAC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: LITTER ACT COMMITTEE
COL/CC/LBA
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: LONDON BRIDGE APPROACHES COMMITTEE
COL/CC/LBC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: LONDON BRIDGE COMMITTEE
COL/CC/LBI
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: LONDON BRIDGE IMPROVEMENTS COMMITTEE
COL/CC/LCE
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: LOCAL CENTRES EXAMINATIONS BOARD EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
COL/CC/LFC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: LOCAL FOOD CONTROL COMMITTEE
COL/CC/LGT
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND TAXATION COMMITTEE
COL/CC/LIB
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: LIBRARIES, GUILDHALL ART GALLERY AND ARCHIVES COMMITTEE
COL/CC/LLC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: LAW BILLS COMMITTEE
COL/CC/LMC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: LIBRARY AND MUSEUM COMMITTEE
COL/CC/LPC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: LAW, [PARLIAMENTARY] AND CITY COURTS COMMITTEE
COL/CC/LUC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: LUNATIC ASYLUM COMMITTEE
COL/CC/MDC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: MUSIC AND DRAMA COMMITTEE
COL/CC/MGC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: METAGE ON GRAIN COMMITTEE
COL/CC/MIN
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: COMMITTEES
COL/CC/MLB
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: MUSEUM OF LONDON BOARD OF GOVERNORS
COL/CC/MPC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: MIDSUMMER PRIZE (LATER PRIZE) COMMITTEE
COL/CC/MRI
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: MARKETS IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE
COL/CC/MRJ
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: JOINT MARKETS ADVISORY COMMITTEE
COL/CC/MRK
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: MARKETS COMMITTEE (Part)
COL/CC/MTC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: MILITIA COMMITTEE
COL/CC/MYA
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: MAYORALTY 800TH ANNIVERSARY COMMITTEE
COL/CC/MYC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: MAYORALTY VISITS COMMITTEE
COL/CC/OCC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: OFFICERS AND CLERKS COMMITTEE
COL/CC/OCL
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: OFFICERS AND CLERKS COMMITTEE (1815-1834)
COL/CC/PBC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: PUBLIC HEALTH COMMITTEE
COL/CC/PCC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: PRISONS COMMITTEE
COL/CC/PHE
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: PORT HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES COMMITTEE
COL/CC/PHS
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: PORT AND CITY OF LONDON HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES COMMITTEE
COL/CC/PLC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: POLICE COMMITTEE
COL/CC/PLH
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: PORT OF LONDON HEALTH COMMITTEE
COL/CC/PNC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: PORT OF LONDON COMMITTEE
COL/CC/PRC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: POLICY AND RESOURCES COMMITTEE
COL/CC/PTC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: PLANNING AND TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE
COL/CC/PTCG
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: PLANNING AND TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE: TREES, GARDENS AND OPEN SPACES SUB-COMMITTEE
COL/CC/PTCT
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: PLANNING AND TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE: TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT AND ROAD SAFETY SUB-COMMITTEE
COL/CC/PVC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: PRIVILEGES COMMITTEE
COL/CC/PYC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE
COL/CC/RFC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: RATES FINANCE COMMITTEE
COL/CC/ROC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: REVENUE AND OFFICERS COMMITTEE
COL/CC/SBC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: SPECIAL BRIDGE OR SUBWAY COMMITTEE
COL/CC/SCC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: SPECIAL (CITY OF LONDON COURT) COMMITTEE
COL/CC/SCH
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: CITY OF LONDON SCHOOL COMMITTEE
COL/CC/SDC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: SECONDARIES AND SHERIFFS' COURTS COMMITTEE
COL/CC/SEC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: SPECIAL (EMERGENCY) COMMITTEE
COL/CC/SFC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: SPECIAL FINANCE COMMITTEE
COL/CC/SGC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: SPECIAL (GUILDHALL RECONSTRUCTION) COMMITTEE
COL/CC/SGP
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: SELECT GENERAL PURPOSES (PORTERS) COMMITTEE
COL/CC/SHC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: SPECIAL HOUSING COMMITTEE
COL/CC/SIC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: SELECT AND SPECIAL COMMITTEES
COL/CC/SLC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: SPECIAL (LABOUR) COMMITTEE
COL/CC/SMC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: SPECIAL MARKETS COMMITTEE
COL/CC/SPC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: SPECIAL COMMITTEE
COL/CC/SPM
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: SPITALFIELDS MARKET COMMITTEE
COL/CC/SPO
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: SPECIAL POLICE COMMITTEE
COL/CC/SQC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: SPECIAL INQUIRY COMMITTEE
COL/CC/SRC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: SPECIAL REVENUE COMMITTEE
COL/CC/SSC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: SOCIAL SERVICES COMMITTEE
COL/CC/STF
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: STAFF COMMITTEE
COL/CC/STH
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: SPECIAL TITHES COMMITTEE
COL/CC/STS
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: STREETS COMMITTEE
COL/CC/SWC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: SPECIAL (WAR DAMAGE ACT) COMMITTEE
COL/CC/TIC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: TITHE COMMITTEE
COL/CC/TNC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: THAMES NAVIGATION COMMITTEE
COL/CC/VAC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: VALUATION COMMITTEE
COL/CC/WAC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: WORKS ADVISORY COMMITTEE
COL/CC/WCC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: WHOLE COURT COMMITTEE
COL/CC/WCD
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: WHOLE COURT (P.H.D.) COMMITTEE
COL/CC/WEC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: WELFARE COMMITTEE
COL/CC/WHP
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: WEST HAM PARK: COMMITTEE OF MANAGERS OF WEST HAM PARK
COL/CC/WPC
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: WATCH AND POLICE COMMITTEE
COL/CC/WPD
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: WATCH AND POLICE: DAY POLICE COMMITTEE
COL/CC/WPS
COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL: WATCH AND POLICE: SPECIAL DAY POLICE AND NIGHTLY WATCH COMMITTEE
COL/CCS
COMPTROLLER AND CITY SOLICITOR
COL/CCS/CO
COMPTROLLER AND CITY SOLICITOR: COMPTROLLER (part)
COL/CCS/PL
COMPTROLLER AND CITY SOLICITOR: PLANS
COL/CCS/SO
COMPTROLLER AND CITY SOLICITOR: SOLICITOR (part)
COL/CH
CHARTERS
COL/CHD/AP
CHAMBERLAIN'S DEPARTMENT: APPRENTICESHIP
COL/CHD/BH
CHAMBERLAIN'S DEPARTMENT: BRIDGE HOUSE ESTATES (part)
COL/CHD/CM
CHAMBERLAIN'S DEPARTMENT: CHAMBER ACCOUNTS (part)
COL/CHD/CP
CHAMBERLAIN'S DEPARTMENT: CHAMBERLAIN
COL/CHD/CR
CHAMBERLAIN'S DEPARTMENT: CHAMBERLAIN'S COURT
COL/CHD/CT
CHAMBERLAIN'S DEPARTMENT: CITY'S CASH (part)
COL/CHD/DM
CHAMBERLAIN'S DEPARTMENT: DUTIES AND METAGE (part)
COL/CHD/FR
CHAMBERLAIN'S DEPARTMENT: FREEDOM
COL/CHD/IC
CHAMBERLAIN'S DEPARTMENT: INSTITUTIONS AND COURTS
COL/CHD/IM
CHAMBERLAIN'S DEPARTMENT: IMPROVEMENTS (part)
COL/CHD/LA
CHAMBERLAIN'S DEPARTMENT: LOANS AND ASSESSMENTS (part)
COL/CHD/MN
CHAMBERLAIN'S DEPARTMENT: MILITARY AND NAVAL
COL/CHD/PN
CHAMBERLAINS DEPARTMENT: PENSIONS
COL/CHD/PR
CHAMBERLAIN'S DEPARTMENT: POOR AND OTHER RELIEF (part)
COL/CHD/RN
CHAMBERLAIN'S DEPARTMENT: RENTS AND RENTALS (part)
COL/CHD/RT
CHAMBERLAIN'S DEPARTMENT: RATES (part)
COL/CHD/TF
CHAMBERLAIN'S DEPARTMENT: TRUST AND OTHER FUNDS
COL/CN
COMMON HALL
COL/CN/LCN
COMMON HALL: LIVERY CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE
COL/CN/LVC
COMMON HALL: LIVERY COMMITTEE
COL/CP
LIVERY COMPANIES
COL/CS
CUSTUMALS (part)
COL/CSD/HO
COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT: HOUSING
COL/CSD/SS
COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT: SOCIAL SERVICES
COL/CT
CHARITIES
COL/ESD
ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT
COL/LBD/AD
LIBRARIES AND ART GALLERIES: ADMINISTRATION (part)
COL/LBD/AG
LIBRARIES AND ART GALLERIES: GUILDHALL ART GALLERY
COL/LBD/GHL
LIBRARIES AND ART GALLERIES: GUILDHALL LIBRARY
COL/MH/AD
MANSION HOUSE: ADMINISTRATION (part)
COL/MH/LM
MANSION HOUSE: LORD MAYOR
COL/MH/LMH
MANSION HOUSE: LORD MAYOR'S HOUSEHOLD
COL/MH/MSH
MANSION HOUSE: THE MANSION HOUSE
COL/OF
OFFICERS (part)
COL/PHD/AD
PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT: ADMINISTRATION (part)
COL/PHD/PL
PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT: PLANS
COL/PL
PLANS
COL/PLD/AR
PLANNING DEPARTMENT: ARCHITECT
COL/PLD/PL
PLANNING DEPARTMENT: PLANS (part)
COL/PLD/TP
PLANNING DEPARTMENT: TOWN PLANNING (part)
COL/RG
RECOGNIZANCES
COL/RMD/CE
REMEMBRANCER'S DEPARTMENT: CEREMONIALS (part)
COL/RMD/PA
REMEMBRANCER'S DEPARTMENT: PARLIAMENTARY (part)
COL/RMD/RM
REMEMBRANCER'S DEPARTMENT: REMEMBRANCER'S PAPERS
COL/SD
SUBJECT SERIES: INDIVIDUALS
COL/SF
SHERIFFS
COL/SJ
SUBJECT SERIES: SUBJECTS (part)
COL/SP
SUBJECT SERIES: PLACES (part)
COL/SVD/AD
SURVEYOR'S DEPARTMENT: ADMINISTRATION (part)
COL/SVD/PL
SURVEYOR'S DEPARTMENT: PLANS (part)
COL/TCD/AD
TOWN CLERKS DEPARTMENT: ADMINISTRATION (part)
COL/TCD/CD
TOWN CLERKS DEPARTMENT: CIVIL DEFENCE (part)
COL/TCD/RG
REGISTRATION
COL/TSD/PL
TECHNICAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT: PLANS (part)
COL/WD
WARDS



PLANS  COL/PL  [n.d.]

LETTER PORTFOLIOS  COL/PL/02  [n.d.]

River Lee  COL/PL/02/A/001/a  1929 - 1930

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
Essex, Poplar and West Ham
6 plans bound at left-hand side; 1 loose plan. Comprising 5 plans and 3 sections showing intended works and lands to be acquired for re-housing.
G.J. Griffiths, N. Lionel Jenkins
Printer: Cook, Hammond and Kell Ltd, 47-49 Tothill Street, Westminster
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:2500 [4.5" = 15 chains]
In Parliament Session 1929-1930

North Lambeth and Southwark Redevelopment Area: Duchy of Cornwall, Lambeth and Southwark  COL/PL/02/A/001/b  Jan 1945

Contents:
11 survey plans in bound volume featuring coloured sections. Include:- borough and wood boundaries; age and condition of buildings; church property; education; licensed premises; industry, commerce and railways; health and social services; and open spaces.
Louis de Soissons, H.F. Chambers
Printer: Waterlow and Sons Ltd, 49, Parliament Street, S.W.1
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:1,000 [1 inch = 1000 feet]; [1.5 inches = 500 feet]
Detailed accompanying report in bound volume

Burnham Beeches, Buckinghamshire, East Burnham  COL/PL/02/A/002/a  1899

Contents:
Plan [Ordnance Map] showing Burnham Beeches, and including East Burnham up to Parson's Wood.
Publisher: Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:2500 [1 mile = 25 inches]

Burnham Beeches, Buckinghamshire, East Burnham  COL/PL/02/A/002/b  1888

Contents:
Plan showing Burnham Beeches and East Burnham Common
Surveyor: Buckland and Sons, 23, Hart Street, Bloomsbury Square, WC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:400 [1 inch = 400 feet]

Burnham Beeches, Buckinghamshire, East Burnham  COL/PL/02/A/002/c  9 Jan 1884

Contents:
Coloured plan of Burnham Beeches showing the position of old trees, proposed new trees, old green tracks and new green tracks.
Signed 'T.T.' by artist.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:1564 [1 inch = 137 feet]

Burnham Beeches, Buckinghamshire, East Burnham  COL/PL/02/A/002/d  n.d

Contents:
Coloured plan of private property 'Scotlans' off East Burnham Common.
Surveyor: John Simmonds, Eton
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:792 [1½ inches = 100 feet]

Burnham Beeches, Buckinghamshire, East Burnham  COL/PL/02/A/002/e  n.d

Contents:
Coloured plan showing the suggested sites of artists' huts on East Burnham Common.
Traced from Ordnance Map.
Surveyor: Buckland and Sons, 11, Adam Street, Strand, WC

Burnham Beeches, Buckinghamshire, East Burnham  COL/PL/02/A/002/f  n.d

Contents:
Tracing of plan of East Burnham Common and Burnham Beeches in colour, entitled 'Plan for Deed.'

Burnham Beeches, Buckinghamshire, East Burnham  COL/PL/02/A/002/g  Mar 1808

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Mr Le Sueur [?] February 1955


Contents:
Coloured copy plan taken from a map of the parish of Burnham made by J. Field, and showing the common and parts of Dorney Parish.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [2 inches = 15 chains]

Burnham Beeches, Buckinghamshire, East Burnham  COL/PL/02/A/002/h  [1946]

Contents:
War Department Requisition plan of Burnham Beeches showing built-up areas and huts awaiting removal, huts occupied by squatters, and huts not being dealt with during September 1946
City Surveyor, Corporation of London
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:2366 [1 inch = 200 feet]
Plan referred to in report of City Surveyor to C & C & F Cttee, Sep 1946.

Burnham Beeches, Buckinghamshire, East Burnham  COL/PL/02/A/002/j  1889

Copies information: Black and white copy from 1888 by Buckland and Sons - possibly the original. See COL/PL/02/A/2/b.


Contents:
Coloured plan of Burnham Beeches
Charles Skipper and East Litho', London
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:4732 [1 inch = 400 feet]

Public Surface Shelters  COL/PL/02/A/003/a  12 Jul 1940

Former reference: Drawing No. S.S./15

Contents:
Mechanical copy of plan showing the various arrangement of units within a shelter.
City Engineer, Guildhall, EC2
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:48 [¼ inch scale]
Annotated and signed by City Engineer
Reference to Drawing No.220A [see Plan COL/PL/02/A/3/b]

Public Surface Shelters  COL/PL/02/A/003/b  7 Jun 1940

Former reference: Drawing No. 220 'A'

Contents:
Mechanical copy of plan and sections of standard surface shelter for 50 persons
City Engineer, Guildhall, EC2
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:48 [1 inch to four feet]
Signed by City Engineer

Public Surface Shelters: St Mary's Church Abchurch Yard  COL/PL/02/A/003/c  7 Oct 1940

Former reference: Drawing No. 5.5./17

Contents:
Mechanical copy of plan of surface shelter, St Mary Abchurch Yard, with 3 smaller attached plans of shelter sites at:-
St Mary Abchurch Lane [27 Jun 1940] - site 34
St Michaels Cornhill [1 Jul 1940] - site 44
Stonecutter Street [3 Jul 1940] - site 45
City Engineer [signed A.G.L.], Guildhall, EC2
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:48 [1 inch to four feet]
3 small site plans

Civil Defence Areas: City of London  COL/PL/02/A/003/d  1940

Contents:
Ordnance Survey map of the City of London marked into areas of civil defence.
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:2500 [1 mile = 25 inches]

Civil Defence Areas: City of London  COL/PL/02/A/003/e  n.d

Contents:
Coloured plan marking the position of wardens' posts within the City of London.
Plan based on Ordnance Survey map [see COL/PL/02/A/3/d]
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:2500 [1 mile = 25 inches]

Civil Defence Areas: City of London  COL/PL/02/A/003/f  [1940?]

Contents:
Ordnance Survey map of the City of London annotated into police and wardens' divisions.
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:2500 [1 mile = 25 inches]

Civil Defence Areas: City of London  COL/PL/02/A/003/g  [1940?]

Contents:
Ordnance Survey map of the City of London showing unspecified divisions and posts.
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:2500 [1 mile = 25 inches]

Civil Defence Areas: London Region (Greater London)  COL/PL/02/A/003/h  n.d

Contents:
Coloured map of the London Civil Defence Region showing rendezvous points.
London Geographical Institute / George Philip and Son Ltd.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:63,360 [1 inch = 1 mile]

Civil Defence Areas: City of London, Middlesex and Essex  COL/PL/02/A/003/i  [14 Nov 1944]

Contents:
Coloured plan showing the districts of No. 36 Fire Force, covering the eastern half of the City of London, parts of Middlesex, and parts of Essex.

Civil Defence Areas: City of London  COL/PL/02/A/003/j  n.d

Contents:
Coloured map showing the districts of No. 3 London Civil Defence Region and marking the rendezvous points.
Covers Poplar, Hackney, Stoke Newington, Islington and Holborn.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:10560 [6 inches = 1 mile]

Bread Street, 44-47: Public Shelter  COL/PL/02/A/003/k  Apr 1940

Former reference: Drawing No. 154

Source of acquisition: Engineer's office


Contents:
Coloured plan of basement and ground floor of public shelter.
Includes section and details of screens, doors and steel tubing.
City Engineer, Guildhall, EC2
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:8 [1½ inches = 1 foot]

Queen's Park, Middlesex, Kilburn  COL/PL/02/A/004/a  1886

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
Coloured plan of land at Kilburn commissioned under the Highgate and Kilburn open spaces Act 1886, and showing 30 acres of land between Kensal Green Railway Station and Queen's Park Railway Station.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:2366 [1 inch = 200 feet]
Similar copy - see COL/PL/02/A/004/c
Signed by Leon H. Courtney, Chairman of the Committee of the House of Commons on the Bill for the Act.

Highgate Wood, Middlesex, Highgate  COL/PL/02/A/004/b  1886

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
Coloured plan of 30 acres of land at Highgate between Highgate Railway Station and the Alexandra Park Branch and the Edgeware Highgate and London (Tunnel) Line of the Great Northern Railway. Commissioned under the Highgate and Kilburn Open Spaces Act 1886.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:2366 [1 inch = 200 feet]
For similar copy see Plan COL/PL/02/A/004/d
Attached correspondence regarding deposition of the plan in the Town Clerk's Office. Signed by Chairman of Committee for the Act.

Queen's Park, Middlesex, Kilburn  COL/PL/02/A/004/c  1886

Contents:
Coloured plan of land at Kilburn commissioned under the Highgate and Kilburn Open Spaces Act 1886, and showing 30 acres of land between Kensal Green Railway Station and Queen's Park Railway Station.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:2366 [1 inch = 200 feet]
For similar copy see COL/PL/02/A/004/a
Signed by the Chairman of the Committee of the House of Commons on the Bill for the 1886 Act.

Highgate Wood, Middlesex, Highgate  COL/PL/02/A/004/d  1886

Contents:
Coloured plan of 30 acres of land at Highgate between Highgate Railway Station and the Alexandra Park Branch and the Edgeware Highgate and London (Tunnel) Line of the Great Northern Railway. Commissioned under the Highgate and Kilburn Open Spaces Act 1886.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:2366 [1 inch = 200 feet]
For similar copy see COL/PL/02/A/004/b
Signed by the Chairman of the Committee of the House of Commons on the Bill of the Act 1886.

Highgate Wood, Middlesex, Highgate  COL/PL/02/A/004/e  1885

Contents:
Coloured plan of the proposed layout for Gravel Pit Wood, Highgate between Southwood Lane and the Great Northern Railway Line.
Signed by Alex McKenzie, 1886.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:1183 [1 inch = 100 feet]

Queen's Park, Middlesex, Kilburn  COL/PL/02/A/004/f  n.d

Contents:
Coloured plan of the proposed layout of land at Kilburn as a recreation area.
Signed by Alex McKenzie
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:2366 [1 inch = 200 feet]

Queen's Park, Middlesex, Kilburn  COL/PL/02/A/004/g  n.d

Contents:
Coloured plan of a proposed layout of land at Kilburn as a recreation area.
Alex McKenzie ?
Similar plan showing different layout at COL/PL/02/A/004/f

Queen's Park, Midlesex, Kilburn  COL/PL/02/A/004/h  Mar 1887

Contents:
Coloured plan of a public park for Kilburn.
Signed Alex McKenzie
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:950 [1 inch = 70 feet]

Highgate Wood, Middlesex, Highgate  COL/PL/02/A/004/j  1886

Contents:
Coloured plan of land at Highgate commissioned under the Highgate and Kilburn Open Spaces Act 1886.
Annotated to accompany the report of Alex McKenzie to the Coal and Corn and Finance Committee regarding fencing the wood, 20 September 1887
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:2366 [1 inch = 200 feet]
For similar copies see Plan COL/PL/02/A/004/b and Plan COL/PL/02/A/004/d

Coulsdon Common, Surrey  COL/PL/02/A/005/a  1869

Contents:
Coloured and annotated Ordnance Survey map of Surrey, Sheet XX.14, showing Coulsdon Common.
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:2500 [1 mile = 25 inches]

Coulsdon Common, Surrey  COL/PL/02/A/005/b  n.d

Former reference: Plan No. 4

Contents:
Coloured plan of Coulsdon Common showing the various property owners around the Common.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:2366 [1 inch = 200 feet]

Farthing [or Fairdean] Downs, Surrey, Coulsdon  COL/PL/02/A/005/c  n.d

Former reference: Plan No. 3

Contents:
Coloured plan of Farthing or Fairdean Downs showing the various property owners around the Downs.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:2366 [1 inch = 200 feet]

Farthing [or Fairdean] Downs, Surrey, Coulsdon  COL/PL/02/A/005/d  1871

Contents:
Ordnance Survey map of Surrey, sheet xx, showing Farthing or Fairdean Downs and annotated to accompany a notice of motion to build a new railway station closer to the Downs.
James Wyld, 11-12 Charing Cross, London SW.
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:10560 [1 mile = 6 inches]
Attached memorandum regarding the proposed new railway station.

Kenley Common, Surrey, Caterham  COL/PL/02/A/005/e  n.d

Former reference: Plan No. 2

Contents:
Coloured plan of Kenley Common showing the various property owners around the Common.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:2366 [1 inch = 200 feet]

Riddles Down, Surrey, Kenley  COL/PL/02/A/005/f  [1898?]

Source of acquisition: City Surveyor's Office


Contents:
Plan of Riddles Down showing the proposed position of telegraph poles.
Includes a section to show positioning of poles between surrey County Council land and land belonging to the Corporation of London.
National Telephone Co. Ltd., Church Street, Croydon

Riddles Down, Surrey, Kenley  COL/PL/02/A/005/g  n.d

Former reference: Plan No. 1

Contents:
Coloured plan of Riddles Down.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:2366 [1 inch = 200 feet]

Riddles Down, Surrey  COL/PL/02/A/005/h  1912

Contents:
Ordnance Survey map of Surrey, Sheet XX.6, showing Riddles Down.
Includes attached plans and sections of proposed fundamental Bench Marks, referred to in a letter of the Director General Ordnance Surveys, 16 Dec 1913.
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:2500 [1 mile = 25 inches]
Referred to the Coal, Corn and Finance Committee.

Coulsdon Common, Surrey  COL/PL/02/A/005/j  1 Aug 1934

Contents:
Coloured plan of Coulsdon Common showing tracks suitable to be ridden over.
Surveyor: Francis C Read, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:2366 [1 inch = 200 feet]

Farthing Downs, Surrey  COL/PL/02/A/005/k  1 Aug 1934

Contents:
Coloured plan of Farthing Downs showing tracks suitable to be ridden over.
Francis C. Read, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC2
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:3549 [1 inch = 300 feet]

Kenley Common, Surrey  COL/PL/02/A/005/l  1 Aug 1934

Contents:
Coloured plan of Kenley Common showing tracks and areas suitable to be ridden over.
Francis C. Read, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:1183 [1 inch = 100 feet]

Riddles Down, Surrey  COL/PL/02/A/005/m  1 Aug 1934

Contents:
Coloured plan of Riddles Down showing tracks suitable to be ridden over.
Francis C. Read, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:2366 [1 inch = 200 feet]

Old Oak Common, East Acton  COL/PL/02/A/006/a  n.d

Contents:
Coloured map of the site for a Metropolitan Cattle Market and abbatoirs, showing its present facilities by railways, roads, canal, drainage etc., and the enclosures for pasturage all within a circumference of 6 miles.
Surveyor: Arthur Anderson, 62, St Martins Lane and Acton Hill
Printer: Swinford Brothers, 276, Strand
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 mile = ¾ inch]

Old Oak Common, East Acton  COL/PL/02/A/006/b  8 Jan 1852

Contents:
Key map to the London area showing Old Oak Common and giving the reasons for the suitability of the site as a cattle market with rail connections.
Endorsed with the resolutions of the inhabitants of Acton.
Surveyor: Arthur Anderson, 62, St Martins Lane and Acton Hill
Printer: Swinford Brothers, 276, Strand
Signed by John Williamson, Secretary of the Committee of the Parishioners of Acton

Crouch End Road: Cattle Market  COL/PL/02/A/006/c  n.d

Contents:
Coloured perspective drawing of proposed site for Metropolitan Cattle Mark at Crouch End Road, off Seven Sisters Road.
Architect: Lewis Cubitt, 52, Bedford Square
Printer: Day and Son

Crouch End Road: Cattle Market  COL/PL/02/A/006/d  n.d

Contents:
Coloured plan of layout of cattle markets and abbatoirs at the proposed Crouch End Road site.
Architect: Lewis Cubitt, 52, Bedford Square
Printer: Standidge and Co., 36, Old Jewry
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:4732 [1 inch = 400 feet]

Bow Common, Limehouse  COL/PL/02/A/006/e  4 Feb 1852

Former reference: No. 8

Contents:
Map of London showing proposed site for new cattle market at Bow Common. Also shows communications in the area between Westminster, Islington, West Ham and Greenwich.
Printer: Standidge and Company, Old Jewry
2nd copy has reasons for the proposed site's suitability attached; the other has the date endorsed.

Wanstead Flats, Greater London  COL/PL/02/A/006/f  1848 - 1850

Former reference: No. 5

Contents:
Ordnance Survey map of London and its environs, sheet 8, showing the proposed site for a new cattle market on Wanstead Flats, and including the area Temple Mills Bridge-Leyton-River Roding-Wanstead Flats.
Ordnance Map Office, Southampton
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:5280 [12 inch = 1 mile]

Blackwall, Greater London  COL/PL/02/A/006/g  n.d

Contents:
Plan of London covering Kew-Willesden-Ilford-Woolwish and showing the proposed site for a new cattle market at Blackwall. Includes railway and water communications with the proposed site.
Printer: Waterlow and Sons, London

Duckets Farm, Tottenham  COL/PL/02/A/006/h  n.d

Contents:
Coloured plan of the locality of Duckets Farm, the proposed site for a new cattle market, with road and railway communications shown.

Finchley  COL/PL/02/A/006/j  23 Feb 1832

Contents:
Sketch of proposed site for a new cattle market at Church End, Finchley, off the Great North Road, showing road and railway connections. In colour.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 8 chains]
Attached correspondence regarding the suitability of the proposed new site.

Brentford, Middlesex  COL/PL/02/A/006/k  n.d

Contents:
Map of London and communications in the area Uxbridge Watford - Barnet - Tottenham - Croydon, with an enlarged map of the proposed site for a new cattle market and attached reasons for its suitability.
Architect: Charles Eley Junior, Beavers Farm, Hounslow
Printer: Swinford Brothers, 276 Strand
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 6 chains = 1 inch]

Wanstead Flats, Essex, Wanstead  COL/PL/02/A/006/m  n.d

Contents:
Coloured plan of London and its suburbs showing the proposed site for a new cattle market at Wanstead Flats and including road and rail communications for this area.
Thomas Rumball, Civil Engineer
Printer: Cartwright and Son
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 mile = 1½ inches]
Refers to report made by Thomas Rumball recommending the site, February 1852 at P.D.49.9

Warwick Lane, No 19  COL/PL/02/A/007/a  Sep 1841

Former reference: Surveyor's Institutions Plan No. 907

Contents:
Coloured plan of No. 19 west side of Warwick Lane in the parish of Christ Church. Includes a note that a lease of the house was granted to Mr George Claridge by the President and Governors of the Poor of the City of London for 31 years from 1820
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 3 feet]

Wandsworth Common  COL/PL/02/A/007/b  1871

Contents:
Coloured plan of Wandsworth Common detailing a proposed new railway goods station and road, and highlighting the limits within which the powers of the conservators of the common extended.
Architect: Arthur Butler, 7, Staple Inn, WC
Printer: Dyson and Company, 24, Parliament Street, Westminster - parliamentary agents.
Drawn up for Parliament Session 1871

South Sea House, Threadneedle Street  COL/PL/02/A/007/c  Apr 1855

Former reference: B.R.A. 591

Contents:
Coloured plan of South Sea House, situated between Threadneedle Street and Old Broad Street and apparantly purchased by Mr Thomas Marsh Nelson. Also shows the various tenants of the building.
Architect: C. Innes
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 12.5 feet]

City of London Mental Hospital, Kent, Dartford  COL/PL/02/A/007/d  14 Sep 1917

Contents:
Coloured plan of the land to the rear of Hill House.
Surveyor: Messers Edward Waterman and Sons, 28, Lowfield Street, Dartford, Kent.
J.H. Willett, City Surveyor's Office, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 50 feet]
Signed by both surveyors, 13 October 1917

Merchant Taylor's Hall, Threadneedle Street  COL/PL/02/A/007/e  2 Feb 1939

Contents:
Plan of proposed five escape from the bedrooms of the Merchant Taylor's Hall over the Library to the Sun Court, showing it at ground level and at the 1st and 2nd floor. Includes 2 elevations of the proposed five escape.
Surveyor: S. Vyvian Hicks, 113, Cannon Street, EC4
Printer: C.A. and A.W. Haward, London, WC1.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:24 [½inch = 1 foot]
Signed by the City Engineer

Bankers' Clearing House, King William Street  COL/PL/02/A/007/f  21 Jun 1939

Former reference: Drawing No. 78

Contents:
Plan of King William Street showing proposed new building of the Bankers' Clearing House.
Architect: Whinney Son and Austen Hall, 37, Norfolk Street, Strand, WC2
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]
Signed by Francis C. Read, City Surveyor.

Bankers' Clearing House, King William Street  COL/PL/02/A/007/g  21 Jun 1939

Former reference: Drawing No. 33

Contents:
Section of King William Street showing the heights of the existing building of Phoenix House and of the proposed new building for the Bankers' Clearing House.
Architect: Whinney Son and Austen Hall, 37, Norfolk Street, London, WC2
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]
Signed by Francis C. Read, City Surveyor.

East India House, Leadenhall Street  COL/PL/02/A/007/h  Jun 1800

Former reference: Box 33


Related information: Plan of premises of East India Company, 1677, at Deed 84.9

Contents:
Ground plan of East India House, coloured to show the existing premises, adjoining premises and premises proposed to be obtained by the East India Company for improving the house.
WE, Scoone Place [?]
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 feet]

Lloyds Bank Buildings, Moorgate  COL/PL/02/A/007/j  [c. 1942]

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
Third-floor plan of the Lloyds Bank Buildings showing accommodation for the Records Office.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

City of London Mental Hospital, Kent, Dartford  COL/PL/02/A/007/k  1909

Contents:
Ordnance Survey map, Sheets IX.3 and IX.7 of Kent, annotated to show land vested in the corporation for the purposes of the Hospital and land on lease to the Hospital. Signed by Sydney Park, City Surveyor, 14 January 1921, being the date of the annotations.
Ordnance Survey Officer, Southampton
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:2500 [1 mile = 25 inches]
Attached list of premises around the Hospital, including vendors and also references to Comptroller's Deeds.

North Woolwich Gardens, Woolwich  COL/PL/02/A/008/a  21 May 1889

Contents:
Coloured plan of proposed layout for North Woolwich Gardens.
Artist: Alex McKenzie
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 50 feet]

River Lea, Middlesex  COL/PL/02/A/008/b  1881

Contents:
Ordnance Survey Map of Middlesex and Essex, Sheets XII.4 and LXV.5-10, showing a portion of the River Lea, with Wild March and Tottenham Marsh.
Coloured for use in July 1886.
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:2500 [25 inches = 1 mile]

Fulham  COL/PL/02/A/008/c  n.d

Contents:
Portion of Ordnance Survey Map of London, Sheet XI, showing building development near Ravenscourt Park under the Fulham District Board of Works.

Morden Park, Morden  COL/PL/02/A/008/d  16 Sep 1936

Former reference: No. 3372

Contents:
Plan of Merton and Morden Urban District Council area based upon the Ordnance Survey Map, showing Morden Park.
Surveyor: Ronald W. North
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:10560 [1 mile = 6 inches]
Note that plan accompanys letter of Merton and Morton Urban District Council dated 20/1/1937, read in County Court 21 Jan 1937.

Morden Park, Morden  COL/PL/02/A/008/e  n.d

Contents:
Plan of Morden Park and the area south-west of Tudor Drive, photocopied from a plan leased on the Ordnance Survey Map.
Ronald W. North (Surveyor)
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 2500 [1 mile = 25 inches]

Middlesex Passage  COL/PL/02/A/009/a  1916

Contents:
Ordnance survey Map of London, Sheet VII.55, covering the Smithfield - Whitecross Street area, and showing Middlesex Passage, off Bartholomew Close.
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]

Middlesex Passage  COL/PL/02/A/009/b  24 Jan 1923

Contents:
Annotated and coloured plan of Middlesex Passage and adjoining buildings.
Surveyor: C. Stanger and Son, 91, Moorgate, EC2
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 264 [1 inch = 22 feet]

Middlesex Passage  COL/PL/02/A/009/C  Jan 1923

Contents:
Plan showing the position of the gates in Middlesex Passage in connecting Bartholomew Close.
City Engineer, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 132 [1 inch = 11 feet]

St Swithins Lane, No 32  COL/PL/02/A/010/a  Dec 1823

Contents:
Plan of No. 32 St. Swithins Lane, Lombard Street, the freehold of Rachael Hayes, deceased, to be sent to the solicitor to the Executors, Austin Friars.
Office of Works, Guildhall
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 48 [1 inch = 4 feet]
Note of freehold value attached.

Arbour Square, Commercial Road  COL/PL/02/A/010/b  Jul 1822

Contents:
Coloured plans and elevations of tenement houses in Arbour Square and Commercial Road, to be exhibited in Taylor and Fry vs Laing in 1822. Includes plan of Arbour Square. 2 sheets
Office of Works, Guildhall
Copied for Mr Matthew Warton, September 1822

City of London School, Islington  COL/PL/02/A/010/c  Feb 1833

Contents:
Coloured plan of a proposed site for the City of London School, situated at Islington and the freehold estate of Mr Pocock.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [¾ inch = 100 feet]

City of London School  COL/PL/02/A/010/d  1835

Contents:
Plan of the proposed site in Honey Lane Market for the new City of London School
Firth, St Michael's Alley Cornhill
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

City of London School for Boys  COL/PL/02/A/010/e  n.d


Related information: For further drawings of this design, see Plan COL/PL/02/A to f

Contents:
Coloured drawing of a design for electric light fittings to be fitted by brackets at the back of the platform in the hall.
W. G. Middleton, Electrical Engineer, Broadway Chambers, Westminster, SW
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1/6th]

City of London School for Boys  COL/PL/02/A/010/f  n.d


Related information: For further drawing of this design, see Plan COL/PL/02/A/010/e

Contents:
Coloured drawings of a design for electric light fittings to be fitted to the sides of the hall by brackets, and also pendants to hang from arches in the roof, and standards to stand on the platform in the hall.
V. G. Middleton (Electrical Engineer), Broadway Chambers, Westminster, SW
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1/6th]

City of London School  COL/PL/02/A/010/h  n.d

Copies information: Full plate negative of this plan - BF 223


Contents:
Revised design of the City of London School War Memorial, showing elevation and sections in colour.
Sir Banister Fletcher, Mewes and Davis.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 16 [¾ inch = 1 feet]

North Eastern Railway, Middlesex and Essex  COL/PL/02/B/001/a  30 Jan 1836

Contents:
Map of the North Eastern Railway's route through Tottenham, Hackney, Old Street and Shoreditch
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 chains]

North Eastern Railway, Middlesex and Essex  COL/PL/02/B/001/b  30 Jan 1936

Contents:
Section of the North Eastern Railway's route through Hackney Parish and Tottenham parish, showing the levels of the land.
R. Martin and Company 26, Long Acre
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 chains]

Port of London, Limehouse  COL/PL/02/B/001/c  1799

Former reference: No. 2

Contents:
Coloured plan of Limehouse fronting the river, showing the various premises and their owners, and also the position of the footpath to Poplar.
Surveyor's Office Guildhall
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 396 [1 inch = 33 feet]

Port of London, Blackwall  COL/PL/02/B/001/d  1800

Former reference: No. 4

Contents:
Coloured plan of Blackwall fronting the river, showing the various premises and their owners.
Surveyor's Office Guildhall
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 396 [1 inch = 33 feet]

Farringdon Street Station  COL/PL/02/B/002/a  15 Dec 1845

Contents:
Coloured plan and section of the proposed extension of the London and Birmingham Railway to Farringdon Street.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [3 inches = 50 chains]

Metropolitan Railways and Tramways, Greater London  COL/PL/02/B/002/b  30 Nov 1877

Contents:
Map of the metropolitan railways and tramways and miscellaneous improvements to sites throughout the suburbs, drawn up to be deposited at the private bill office for the Session 1878.
Edward Stanford, 55, Charing Cross
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 21120 [1 mile = 3 inches]

East and West Metropolitan Junction Railway  COL/PL/02/B/002/c  [1880?]

Contents:
Plan of junction line between Bow Station and Mansion House Station with enlarged plan of proposed street and widening of Fenchurch Street.
Printer: Standidge and Company, London, EC

Farringdon Street Station  COL/PL/02/B/002/d  [1866]

Contents:
Coloured plan of the contemplated works in Farringdon Street and Farringdon Road by the Metropolitan Railway Company, and also showing adjoining land acquired by the corporation under various Acts of Parliament.
Printer: Kell Brothers, Castle Street, Holborn
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]

Moor Lane Bridge  COL/PL/02/B/002/e  Apr 1913

Contents:
Plan of Moor Lane Bridge, Moorgate Station, showing the proposed widening of the bridge by the Metropolitan Railway.
Engineer's Office, Metropolitan Railway, 32, Westbourne Terrace, W.

Farringdon Road  COL/PL/02/B/002/f  11 Jan 1866

Contents:
Plan of Farringdon Road from Stonecutter Street to Charles Street, Ely Place, and Shoe Lane in connection with the Holborn Valley Improvements for the Metropolitan Railway.

Great Northern and City Railway  COL/PL/02/B/003/a  30 Nov 1831

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Copies information: Plans 83.A.2 and 674B - duplicates


Contents:
9 plans and sections of the railway to run from Finsbury Park to Finsbury Pavement, City. Bound at left-hand.
Submitted to Parliament, session 1832.
Sir Douglas Fox and Francis Fox, J.H. Greathead (Engineers)
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [¾ inch = 1 chain]
Accompanying Book of Reference.

Great Northern Holborn and City Extension Railway  COL/PL/02/B/003/b  Nov 1859

Contents:
Plan of London showing the Holborn and City Extension Railway from Copenhagen Tunnel to Tokenhouse Yard.
John Hawkshaw (Engineer)
Printer: John Lane and Company, 21, Featherstone Buildings, Holborn
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 365 yards]

Royal Exchange and Waterloo Railway  COL/PL/02/B/004/a  Nov 1891

Contents:
2 plans and sections, bound on the left-hand side, of the proposed railway from Waterloo to the City. Submitted to Parliament, Session 1892.
James W. Szlumper (Engineer), 10, Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W.
Printer: Robert J. Cook and Hammond, Broadway, Westminster
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [3 inches = 4 chains]
Accompanying book of reference.

Waterloo and City Railway  COL/PL/02/B/004/b  Nov 1891

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
4 plans and sections, bound at the left-hand side, showing the proposed railway under the Thames from Waterloo to the Bank.
Galbraith and Church, J.H. Greathead, (Engineers)
Printer: Waterlow and Sons Limited, London Wall, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [3 inches = 4 chains]

St Martin's Le Grand: General Post Office East  COL/PL/02/B/005/a  18 - -

Contents:
Coloured plan of the proposed new building for the General Post Office on the east side of St Martin's Le Grand.
Includes a section through reinforced concrete, retaining the walls and foundations.
H.M. Office of Works, King Charles Street, Westminster, S.W.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 26 feet]

St Martin's Le Grand: General Post Office  COL/PL/02/B/005/b  Jun 1819

Contents:
Coloured plan of premises on St Martin's Le Grand and Foster Street conveyed to the Post Master General.
Office of Works, Guildhall
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 28 feet]

St Martin's Le Grand: General Post Office  COL/PL/02/B/005/c  Aug 1828

Contents:
Coloured plan of premises on St Martin's Le Grand and Aldersgate Street conveyed to the Post Master General on 18 Dec 1828.
Office of Works, Guildhall
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 28 feet]

Sewers: The Great London Drainage Company  COL/PL/02/B/006/a  26 Nov 1847

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Copies information: Duplicate copy - Plan COL/PL/02/B/006/b.


Contents:
Plan and sections of the proposed works of the London Drainage Company to drain the Metropolis and preserve the Thames from impurities.
Deposited 30 Nov 1847.
J.J. Morewood
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 mile = 4 inches]

Sewers: The Great London Drainage Company  COL/PL/02/B/006/b  26 Nov 1847

Source of acquisition: Clerk of the Peace's Office


Copies information: Duplicate copy - Plan COL/PL/02/B/006/a


Contents:
Plan and sections of the proposed works of the Great London Drainage Company, to drain the Metropolis and preserve the Thames from impurities.
Deposited 29 Nov 1851.
J.J. Morewood
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 mile = 4 inches]
Attached book of reference.

Sewers: The Great London Drainage Company  COL/PL/02/B/006/c  30 Nov 1852

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
3 sheets of plans and elevations of the proposed works for the drainage of London by the Great London Drainage Company. Submitted to Parliament, Session 1853. Signed by Engineer
J.J. Morewood, 17 Fludyer Street, London
John J. Mitchelll, Engineer
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 mile = 4 inches]
Attached book of reference.

Sewers: The Great London Drainage Company  COL/PL/02/B/006/d  30 Nov 1853

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
2 sheets of plans and sections of the proposed works for the drainage of London by the Great London Drainage Company.
Bound at left-hand side.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 mile = 4 inches]
Attached book of reference and bill on application to Parliament.

Sewers: The Great London Drainage Company  COL/PL/02/B/006/e  15 Dec 1853

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
Additional plan and section to the proposed works for the drainage of London by the Great London Drainage Company.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 mile = 4 inches
Attached book of reference.

Sewers: London Sewage Company  COL/PL/02/B/007/a  28 Nov 1845

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
Coloured plan of the proposed works by the London Sewage Company from St Luke Chelsea to Barking and from Rotherhithe to Greenwich.
Thomas Wicksteed (Engineer)
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 mile = 4 inches]
Signed by Wood and Blake, Solicitors, Falcon Street.

Sewers: The London Sewage Company  COL/PL/02/B/007/b  28 Nov 1845

Contents:
Coloured sections of the proposed works by the London Sewage Company from St Luke Chelsea to Barking and from Rotherhithe to Greenwich.
Thomas Wicksteed (Engineer)
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 mile = 4 inches]
Signed by Wood and Blake, Solicitors, Falcon Street, Aldersgate.

Sewers: The London Sewage Company  COL/PL/02/B/007/c  [1845]

Contents:
Book of reference to Plans COL/PL/02/B/007/a and COL/PL/02/B/007/b.

Sewers: The London Sewage Company  COL/PL/02/B/007/d  30 Nov 1846

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
Coloured plan and section of proposed works by the London Sewage Company from Fleet Ditch to Barking Creek.
Thomas Wicksteed (Engineer)
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 mile = 4 inches]
Signed by Wood and Blake, Solicitors.

Sewers: The London Sewage Chemical Manure Company  COL/PL/02/B/008/a  30 Nov 1846

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
4 sheets of plans and sections of the proposed works by the London Sewage Chemical Manure Company in Westminster, Barmondsey and Lambeth.
Bound at the left-hand side.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 1183 [1 inch = 100 feet]
Attached book of reference.

Sewers: The Great Tunnel Bill  COL/PL/02/B/008/b  n.d

Contents:
Sections of the proposed tunnel sewers for the drainage of London on both sides of the Thames, submitted to Parliament, Session 1858.
J.J. Morewood
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 mile = 4 inches]

Bridge House Estates, Southwark  COL/PL/02/B/009/a  Jul 1933

Contents:
Coloured plan of weekly properties in Southwark farming part of the Bridge House Estates from Westminster Bridge Road to Great Suffolk Street.
Francis C. Read, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC

Bridge House Estates, Southwark  COL/PL/02/B/009/b  n.d

Former reference: No. 2

Contents:
Coloured plan of premises and tenants of property off Borough Road and King Street, Southwark.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 528 [1 inch = 44 feet]

Bridge House Estates, Old Kent Road  COL/PL/02/B/009/c  Dec 1934

Contents:
Coloured plan showing premises and tenants on the Bridge House Estates bounded by Old Kent Road, Trafalgar Road, Nile Terrace and Oakley Place.
Francis C. Read, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 528 [1 inch = 44 feet]

Mermaid Court, Southwark  COL/PL/02/B/009/d  21 Mar 1935

Contents:
Plan of property around Mermaid Court, off Borough High Street in the Southwark area, with property highlighted on Long Lane.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 40 feet]

City Parochial Foundation, Southwark  COL/PL/02/B/009/e  Apr 1936

Contents:
Plan of the property of the City Parochial Foundation's Southwark Estate on Southwark Bridge Road.
W. Campbell Jones, 9, Dowgate Hill, Cannon Street, EC 4
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 24 feet]

Old Kent Road, Nos 471-487  COL/PL/02/B/009/f  Dec 1919

Former reference: Contract Drawings 8-13

Contents:
6 sheets bound at left-hand side of coloured plans, sections and elevations of new houses and flats to be included in Blocks B, C, and D of a Housing Scheme for Old Kent Road.
S. Perks, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
L. and W. Whitehead Ltd (Contractors)
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Nag's Head Alley, Southwark  COL/PL/02/B/010/a  17 - -

Former reference: Bridge House Papers

Contents:
Copy plan of the ground of Nag's Head Alley, Southwark, showing 'The Spurr Inn' and Axe and Bottle Yard.
Part of the estate of William Lockey Esq.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Angel Court, Bishopsgate Street [Bridge House Estates]  COL/PL/02/B/010/b  28 Oct 1764

Contents:
Coloured plan and elevation of property belonging to the Bridge House Estates in and around Angel Court.
George Dance
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 7 feet]
Repaired and cleaned, 9 Mar 1955

Angel Court, Bishopsgate Street [Bridge House Estates]  COL/PL/02/B/010/c  17 - -

Contents:
Coloured plan of property belonging to the Bridge House Estates in and around Angel Court and Bishopsgate Street.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 7 feet]

Newgate Street [Bridge House Estates]  COL/PL/02/B/010/d  1616

Contents:
Plan of 8 tenements belonging to the Bridge House Estates on the north-side of Newgate Market Street, showing the names of each tenant and the extent of their plots.
2 copies at this reference, COL/PL/02/B/010/d, one being endorsed with date and circumstances, but not of such good condition.
Plan drawn up in connection with the purchase of part of the land shown for record of purchase, see B.H. Rental, 1616.

Thames Street [Bridge House Estates]  COL/PL/02/B/010/e  171[?]

Contents:
3 plans of a Bridge House Estate off Thames Street, Cutty Park Lane, Dunghill Lane and Pye [...] premises.

Golden Lane: Black Raven Court [Bridge House Estates]  COL/PL/02/B/010/f  [1714]

Contents:
Plan of properties belonging to the Bridge House Estates showing tenements in Black Raven Court, off Golden Lane.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 6 feet]

Bridge House Estates  COL/PL/02/B/010/g  [1710]

Contents:
Plan of stone Wharf, Hannott Wharf, and Ramseys Wharf, showing the properties there including Justice Hartley, George Ale House, Captain Metcalfe and the Comptroller's House.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Mill Lane, Tooley Street  COL/PL/02/B/010/h  17 - -

Former reference: Bridge House papers

Contents:
Coloured plan of Mill Lane and ditch, showing houses and bridges over the ditch.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:396 [1 inch = 33 feet]

Bridge House Estates: Glasshouse Yard, Aldersgate  COL/PL/02/B/010/j  17 - -

Contents:
Coloured plan of Glasshouse Yard, showing ground paved and unpaved, and the City boundary.

Bridge House Estates: New Court, Angel Alley  COL/PL/02/B/010/k  17 - -

Contents:
Plan and elevation of houses around New Court.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Battle Mill, Southwark [Bridge House Estates]  COL/PL/02/B/010/l  n.d

Contents:
Coloured plan of Battle Mill Lane and Stream, showing all bridges, stairs, buildings and other erections over the stream.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:192 [1 inch = 16 feet]
Possibly part of a draft plan, to a larger scale, for William Leybourne's plan of 1680: see Comptroller's B.H. Plan No.49B.

Battle Mill, Southwark [Bridge House Estates]  COL/PL/02/B/010/M  1680

Contents:
Coloured plan of the Maze Ponds, being a portion of the survey of the water courses, streams and ponds belonging to Battle Mills.
William Leybourn
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 30 feet]
Almost certainly part of Leybourn's larger draft plan for comptroller's B.H. Plan No.49B. Extensively repaired

Railways: London and Enniskellen Railway, Ireland  COL/PL/02/B/011  1844

Source of acquisition: Irish Society


Contents:
19 sheets of plans and sections bound at the left-hand side showing the London and Enniskellen Railway with a branch to Lough Swilly.
Sir John Macneill (Engineer), Holbrooke's, 2 Crow Street, Dublin.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 900 feet]; [1 inch = 350 feet]
Irish Society plan.

Newgate Market  COL/PL/02/C/001/a  Jun 1860

Contents:
Coloured plan of Newgate Market, showing premises used for the sale of meat, for slaughtering and for poultry.
J. B. Bunning, Guildhall.
John King and Company, 63, Queen Street, Cannon Street, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 50 feet]

Newgate Market  COL/PL/02/C/001/b  Jun 1860

Contents:
Coloured plan of Newgate Market, showing property in Rose Street.
J. B. Bunning, Guildhall
John King and Company, 63, Queen Street Cannon Street, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 50 feet]
Attached schedule of lessors, dated Jan 1870.

Newgate Market  COL/PL/02/C/001/c  Jan 1830


Related information: For similar plans, see plans COL/PL/02/C/001/d, j and h.

Contents:
Coloured plan of Newgate Market, showing the market site and the layout of the vegetable market and adjoining shops.
Office of Works, Guildhall
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 10 feet]

Newgate Market  COL/PL/02/C/001/d  1816

Former reference: No. 4


Related information: For similar plans, see Plans COL/PL/02/C/001/c, h and j.

Contents:
Coloured plan of Newgate Market, showing the market site and the layout of the vegetable market and adjoining shops.
Office of Works, Guildhall
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 9 feet]

Newgate Market  COL/PL/02/C/001/e  May 1844

Contents:
Coloured plan showing Newgate Market and the dimensions of the property on the market site.
Office of Works, Guildhall
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 10 feet]

Newgate Market  COL/PL/02/C/001/f  21 Sep 1846

Former reference: No. 9

Contents:
Plan of Newgate Market, showing the proposed enlargement of the market and the widening and improving of the public thoroughfares.
Richard Hicks (Deputy) Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 52 feet]

Newgate Market  COL/PL/02/C/001/g  Jun 1860


Related information: Similar plans at Plans COL/PL/02/C/001/a-b

Contents:
Coloured plan of Newgate Market, showing premised used for the sale of meat, for slaughtering and for poultry, including a rectangular plot marked from Ivy Lane to Old Bailey.
Architect: J. B. Bunning, Guildhall.
John King and Company, 63, Queen Street, Cannon Street, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 50 feet]
Submitted to the Newgate Market Improvement Committee.

Newgate Market  COL/PL/02/C/001/h  1831

Former reference: No. 5


Related information: For similar plans, see Plans COL/PL/02/C/001/c, d and j

Contents:
Coloured plan of Newgate Market showing the layout of the vegetable market and its adjoining shops.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 10 feet]

Newgate Market  COL/PL/02/C/001/j  Feb 1831

Former reference: No. 7


Related information: For similar plans, see Plans COL/PL/02/C/001/c, d, and h.

Contents:
Coloured plan of Newgate Market showing the layouts of the vegetable, meat and poultry markets, and the adjoining shops.
Office of Works, Guildhall
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 10 feet]

Newgate Market  COL/PL/02/C/001/k  3 Nov 1692


Related information: For similar plan, see Plan COL/PL/02/C/001/l

Contents:
Coloured plan of Newgate Market, showing the dimensions of the stalls and of the market site. Includes a list of the vents payable by each of the stalls.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:132 [1 inch = 11 feet]
Examined by Robert Hooker and John Oliver.

Newgate Market  COL/PL/02/C/001/l  3 Nov 1692


Related information: For similar plan and list of rents, see Plan COL/PL/02/C/001/k

Contents:
Coloured plan of Newgate Market, showing the dimensions of the stalls and of the market site.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:132 [1 inch = 11 feet]

Leadenhall Market  COL/PL/02/C/002/a  3 Sep 1764

Former reference: No. 238

Contents:
Coloured plan of the ground fronting Lime Street and adjoining to Leadenhall Market, showing the position of a public house and tenements.
George Dance
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 3 feet]

Leadenhall Market  COL/PL/02/C/002/b  17 - -

Former reference: No. 444 Box 3, No.9

Contents:
Coloured plan of Leadenhall Market, showing the property held by the City in or near the market, the different markets, and the names of same of the occupiers of premises.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 25 feet]

Leadenhall Market  COL/PL/02/C/002/c  Dec 1809

Former reference: Box 5

Contents:
Coloured plan of Leadenhall Market, showing the City's property, the freeholds of the City on lease for terms of years, and freeholds on lease to tenants at will whose names are given.
Office of Works Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 18 feet]

Leadenhall Market  COL/PL/02/C/002/d  19 Mar 1847

Contents:
Plan of Leadenhall Market, showing the layout and dimensions of the market and shops.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 feet]

Leadenhall Market  COL/PL/02/C/002/e  n.d

Former reference: No. 551

Contents:
Coloured plan of Leadenhall Market, showing two proposed layouts for the Leather Market.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:264 [1 inch = 22 feet]
Pencil note on Plan: 'Plan Laid before the sub committee of the Trade 12 November 1812'.

Leadenhall Market  COL/PL/02/C/002/f  Mar 1831

Former reference: No. 14

Contents:
Coloured plan of Leadenhall Market, showing the layout of the market and shops.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 feet]

Leadenhall Market  COL/PL/02/C/002/g  Jan 1845

Contents:
Plan of Leadenhall Market, showing the layout of the market and shops.
Two copies, with different pencilled notes on each.
Office of works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 feet]

Leadenhall Market  COL/PL/02/C/002/h  1850

Contents:
Coloured plan of leadenhall New Market, showing the properties in Half Moon Passage.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 15 feet]

Metropolitan Cattle Market  COL/PL/02/C/003/a  Jun 1935

Contents:
Plan of the Metropolitan Cattle Market, with amendments of October 1936 showing a proposed new cover and lighting for the market.
City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC2.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]

Islington  COL/PL/02/C/003/d  1855

Contents:
Plan of the proposed layout for the estate of Samuel Pocock, Esquire at Islington, including the new cattle market and caledonian Road.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:1183 [1 inch = 100 feet]

Metropolitan Cattle Market: 'The Lamb' Tavern, Islington  COL/PL/02/C/003/e  18 Aug 1875

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
Coloured plan of altenations and repairs proposed for 'The Lamb Tavern'.
Architect: Thomas Arnold, 10, Basinghall Street, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:48 [1 inch = 4 feet]

Metropolitan Cattle Market, Islington  COL/PL/02/C/003/f  1855

Contents:
Plan of the Metropolitan Cattle Market, showing approach roads, public houses, and the layout of the market place.
Architect: J.B. Bunning, Architect's Office, Guildhall.
Printer: King Litho., Queen Street, Cannon Street, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 80 feet]

Metropolitan Cattle Market, Islington  COL/PL/02/C/003/g  1855

Contents:
Plan of the Metropolitan Cattle Market, showing the layout of the market and the neighbouring premises.
Architect's Office, Guildhall.
Printer: C.F. Kell, Castle Street, Holborn, London, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 80 feet]

Metropolitan Cattle Market, Islington  COL/PL/02/C/003/h  1957

Source of acquisition: Remembrance [deposited 17-4-1964]


Copies information: Duplicate copy, Plan C10a, indexed under Islington - disposed of.


Contents:
Plan of land adjoining the cattle market referred to in the City of London (Various Powers) Bill, 1957-1958, Clause 8, as possibly appropriated and used for housing purposes. Signed.
Surveyor: R.S. Walker, City Surveyor, Corporation of London
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]

Metropolitan Cattle Market, Islington  COL/PL/02/C/003/i  n.d

Contents:
Plan of proposed road from the cattle pens on the Caledonian Road to the cattle market, by the G.N.R. [Great Northern Railway?]
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 100 feet]

Metropolitan Cattle Market, Islington  COL/PL/02/C/003/j  24 Mar 1854

Copies information: Another copy in Surveyor's Market Plans 1624


Contents:
Plan of the decoration for the first stone to be laid in the new clock tower, including all the names of the members of the Metropolitan Cattle Market Committee.
Architect: I.B. Bunning
I. Willson (Builder)
Printer: J. Cross and Son, 18, Holborn, London.

Metropolitan Cattle Market, Islington  COL/PL/02/C/003/k  Oct 1918

Copies information: Another copy in Surveyor's Market Plans 3600


Contents:
9 sheets bound at the left-hand side of plans and elevations for dwellings at the cattle market.
S. Perks, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Foreign Cattle Market, Kent, Deptford  COL/PL/02/C/004/b  Mar 1879

Contents:
Plan of the foreign animals wharf at Deptford, showing the quantity of cattle pens and the layout of the slaughter houses.
Architect's Office, Guildhall, EC
Printer: C.F. Kell, 8, Castle Street, Holborn, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 792 [1 inch = 66 feet]
Attached orders in Council defining the market as a foreign animals wharf, October 1883

Foreign Cattle Market, Kent, Deptford  COL/PL/02/C/004/c  1871

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
Coloured plan of the foreign cattle market at Deptford, showing the layout of the market and highlighting the position of the drains, water mains, gas mains and steam pipes.
Architect: Horace Jones, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 396 [1 inch = 33 feet]

Foreign Cattle Market, Kent, Deptford  COL/PL/02/C/004/d  1874 - 1875

Contents:
Bound plan and section of the metropolitan market and foreign cattle market at Deptford.
Horace Jones, Guildhall.
Printer: C.F. Kell, 8, Castle Street, Holborn, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 792 [1 inch = 66 feet]

Thames Haven Station, Essex: Thames Haven  COL/PL/02/C/004/e  4 Dec 1885

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
Coloured plan of Thames Haven Station (London, Tilbury and Southend Railway) showing the boundaries of the landing place for foreign animals.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 130 feet]

Metropolitan Fish Market, Shadwell  COL/PL/02/C/004/f  1881

Contents:
Map of Eastern London, showing the proposed site of a metropolitan fish market at Shadwell and including a proposed subway for foot and carriage traffic under the Thames.
Charles Dunch, St Clement's House, City of London
Printer: Lett's Son and Company Ltd, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 500 feet]
Plan to accompany petition made to court of Common Council, 7 Sep 1881 by Mr Charles Dunch.

Stocks Market, The Poultry  COL/PL/02/C/004/g  3 Nov 1692

Contents:
Coloured plan of Stocks Market, off The Poultry.
Scale 1:132 [1 inch = 11 feet]

Foreign Cattle Market  COL/PL/02/C/004/h  [1870?]

Contents:
Plan of London and its suburbs, showing proposed sites for a foreign cattle market.
Printer: Kell Brothers, London.
Scale [1 mile = 3 inches]
Simplified plan of Plan COL/PL/02C/004/j.

Foreign Cattle Market  COL/PL/02/C/004/j  n.d

Contents:
Map of East London showing the situation of 11 proposed sites for a foreign cattle market.
Scale [1 mile = 3 inches]
Plan to accompany a report of 10 February 1870.

Leadenhall Market  COL/PL/02/C/005/a  1879

Contents:
2 sheets of plans and sections bound at the left-hand side, showing headenhall Market and its proposed improvements.
Horace Jones, Guildhall, London, EC
Printer: C.F. Kell, 8, Castle Street, Holborn, EC
For Parliament, Session 1879

Leadenhall Market  COL/PL/02/C/005/b  1879

Source of acquisition: Comptroller's Office


Contents:
Coloured plan showing Leadenhall Market and its proposed improvements.
Horace Jones, Guildhall, London, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 30 feet]
Similar plan to Plan C 5 a, sheet 1.

Leadenhall Market  COL/PL/02/C/005/c  4 Jul 1881

Contents:
Coloured plan of Leadenhall Market, showing the premises off Central Avenue and Central Broadway, including a note of their rent.
Architect's Office, Guildhall
Printer: C.F. Kell, 8, Castle Street, Holborn, London EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Leadenhall Market  COL/PL/02/C/005/d  [1881]

Contents:
Coloured ground plan of the proposed new roads and sites for New Leadenhall Market.
Architects Office, Guildhall.
Printer: C.F. Kell, 8, Castle Street, Holborn, London, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 16 feet]

Leadenhall Market  COL/PL/02/C/005/e  1881

Contents:
Coloured elevation and section of the dome at Leadenhall Market.
Architects' Office, Guildhall.
Printer: C.F. Kell, 8, Castle Street, Holborn, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Leadenhall Market  COL/PL/02/C/005/f  1881

Contents:
Coloured 1st and 2nd floor plans of Leadenhall Market.
Architects' Office, Guildhall.
Printer: C.F. Kell, 8, Castle Street, Holborn, London, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Leadenhall Market  COL/PL/02/C/005/g  1881

Contents:
Drawing of the view of the main entrance of Leadenhall Market.
Printer: C.F. Kell, 8, Castle Street, Holborn, London, EC

Leadenhall Market  COL/PL/02/C/005/h  n.d

Former reference: Drawing 757

Contents:
Plan of Leadenhall Market, showing the shops and their numbers.
City Surveyor, Moorgate, EC2
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Metropolitan Central Markets, Smithfield  COL/PL/02/C/006/a  1874 - 1875

Former reference: Surveyor's Miscellaneous 21.

Contents:
3 sheets of plans and sections bound at the left-hand side, showing the central market at Smithfield.
Architect: Horace Jones, Guildhall, London.
Printer: C.F. Kell, 8, Castle Street, Holborn.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 50 feet]
For Book of Reference see Mr Squires, Comptroller and City Solicitors.

London Central Poultry and Provision Market  COL/PL/02/C/006/b  Oct 1875

Contents:
Coloured plan of London Central Poultry and Provision Market off Charterhouse Street, showing the shops and their tenants.
Architect's Office, Guildhall.
Printer: C.F. Kell, 8, Castle Street, Holborn, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 12 feet]

London Central Fruit, Vegetable and Fish Market  COL/PL/02/C/006/c  9 Sep 1896

Contents:
Coloured ground plan of the proposed new layout for the fruit and vegetable market and a new fish market, showing shops and stalls, off Charterhouse Street.
A. Murray, City Surveyor's Office, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 192 [1 inch = 16 feet]
Plan to accompany City Surveyor's report to The Central Markets Committee, 9 Sep 1896.

London Central General Market  COL/PL/02/C/006/d  3 Nov 1888

Contents:
Coloured plan of the fish section of London Central General Market, showing the fish stalls and their tenants and the weekly rent.
Architects' Office, Guildhall.

London Central Markets  COL/PL/02/C/006/e  Nov 1870

Contents:
Coloured plan of proposed additional market accommodation to London Central Markets off Charterhouse Street.
Architect: Horace Jones, Guildhall.
Printer: Kell Brothers 8, Castle Street, Holborn, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 264 [1 inch = 22 feet]

London Central Markets  COL/PL/02/C/006/f  Nov 1870

Contents:
Coloured elevation of proposed additional market accommodation to London Central Markets off Charterhouse Street view from North-West.
Architect: Horace Jones, Guildhall, London.
Printer: Kell Brothers, Castle Street, London, EC

London Central Markets  COL/PL/02/C/006/g  Oct 1874

Contents:
Coloured plan of London Central Markets, Smithfield, showing the proposed new fruit and vegetable market.
Architect's Office, Guildhall
Printer: C.F. Kell, Castle Street, Holborn.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 52 feet]
Plan to accompany private and confidential report of the Markets Committee, 15 Oct 1874

Metropolitan Meat and Poultry Market  COL/PL/02/C/006/h  1868


Related information: For similar plans, see Plans COL/PL/02/C/006/j and n.

Contents:
Coloured plan of the Metropolitan Meat and Poultry Market, showing the layout and sizes of shops.
Architect: Horace Jones, Guildhall.
Printer: Kell Brothers, Castle Street, London, EC
Scale (standarised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 feet]

Metropolitan Meat and Poultry Market  COL/PL/02/C/006/j  1868


Related information: For similar plans, see Plans COL/PL/02/C/006/h and n.

Contents:
Coloured plan of the Metropolitan Meat and Poultry Market, showing the tenants of the shops.
Architect: Horace Jones, Guildhall, London.
Printer: Kell Brothers, Castle Street, London, EC
Scale (standarised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 feet]

London Central Markets  COL/PL/02/C/006/k  6 Jun 1923

Contents:
Plan of the Southern Railway route below the market, showing proposed works to the substructure of the market.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 192 [1 inch = 16 feet]
Copy plan accompanying letter from the Corporation of London to the Engineer of Southern Railway.

London Central Markets  COL/PL/02/C/006/l  n.d

Former reference: Drawing 468

Contents:
Plan of London Central Markets, showing shops and their numbers, as referred to in tenancy agreements.
City Surveyor, Corporation of London, 55-61, Moorgate, EC2.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 70 feet]

London Central Markets  COL/PL/02/C/006/m  Jun 1963

Former reference: Drawing 468/1

Contents:
Mechanical copy of a plan of London Central Markets, showing shops and their numbers.
City Architect, Corporation of London, Guildhall, EC2
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 396 [1 inch = 33 feet]

Metropolitan Meat and Poultry Market  COL/PL/02/C/006/n  1868


Related information: For similar plans, see Plans COL/PL/02/C/006/h and j.

Contents:
Plan of the Metropolitan Meat and Poultry Market, showing tenants of the shops.
Architect: Horace Jones, Guildhall.
Printer: Kell Brothers, Castle Street, London, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 feet]

London Central Markets  COL/PL/02/C/006/o  n.d

Former reference: Drawing Number 3656/1

Contents:
Coloured plan of the railway depot beneath the meat market of London Central Markets.
R.S. Walker, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC2.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 53 feet]

London Central Markets  COL/PL/02/C/006/p  Aug 1978

Former reference: Drawing Number 468/1

Source of acquisition: Deposited by the Comptroller and City Solicitor (letter of 8 Jun 1982).


Contents:
Mechanical copy of a plan of London Central Markets, showing shops and their numbers.
Signed by the City Architect and Planning Officer.
City Architect, Corporation of London, Guildhall, EC2
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:384 [1 inch = 32 feet]

Billingsgate Market  COL/PL/02/C/007/a  Jul 1850

Contents:
Plan and section of Billingsgate Market showing the supply of water, ventilation and drainage to the market.
Architect: J.B. Bunning, Office of Works, Guildhall.
Printer: Standidge and Company, Old Jewry.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 12 feet]

Billingsgate Market  COL/PL/02/C/007/b  Jan 1856

Contents:
Coloured plan of Billingsgate Market, showing the numbers of the stalls and the class and rent of each.
Architect's Office, Guildhall
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Billingsgate Market  COL/PL/02/C/007/c  1873

Contents:
Coloured plan of Billingsgate Market, showing proposed reconstruction and enlargement, and including names of existing stallholders.
Architect's Office, Guildhall.
Printer: C.F. Kell, 8, Castle Street, London, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Billingsgate Dock  COL/PL/02/C/007/d  17 - -

Former reference: No. 9

Contents:
Coloured plan of Billingsgate Dock showing adjoining premises and encroachments on the dock.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 14 feet]

Billingsgate Market  COL/PL/02/C/007/e  18 - -

Contents:
Plan of Billingsgate Market and Dock, giving names of tenants of shops and stalls.
Surveyor: T.B. Shepherd, 5, Bush Lane, Cannon Street.

Billingsgate Market  COL/PL/02/C/007/f  1829

Former reference: No. 6

Contents:
Coloured plan of Billingsgate Market and Dock as altered and fitted up in 1828, showing the layout of the sheds, tables and flaps, and naming the premises or occupiers of houses behind the Piazza.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 10 feet]

Billingsgate Market  COL/PL/02/C/007/g  Apr 1935

Former reference: Drawings M245 and M246

Contents:
2 plans showing existing traffic to Billingsgate Market and proposed traffic scheme.
[2 sheets]
City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC2
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 2500 [1 mile = 25 inches]

Billingsgate Market  COL/PL/02/C/007/h  Feb 1935

Former reference: Drawing Number M231

Contents:
Coloured basement, ground floor and first floor plans of Billingsgate Market showing the proposed traffic scheme and new parking areas.
Francis C. Read, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC2
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 528 [1 inch = 44 feet]

Billingsgate Market  COL/PL/02/C/007/j  n.d

Contents:
Plan of Billingsgate Market showing on alternative scheme for EC Improvements to the Market, and including the area from Eastcheap, the Monument and the Custom House.
Surveyor: Weatherall, Green and Smith, 22, Chancery Lane, WC2
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 528 [1 inch = 44 feet]

Billingsgate Market  COL/PL/02/C/007/k  Nov 1936

Contents:
2 sheets of plans and sections bound at the left-hand side showing the proposed extension of Billingsgate Market under the City of London (Various Powers) Act 1937, and including Ordnance Survey map of Westminster to Stepney and colouring to show tidal waters.
Francis C. Read, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC2.
Printer: Cook, Hammond and Kell, 47-49 Tothill Street, Westminster.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 528 [1 inch = 44 feet]
Accompanying book of reference

Billingsgate Market  COL/PL/02/C/007/l  6 Dec 1945

Former reference: Drawing Number 826

Contents:
Plan of Billingsgate Market showing shops and their numbers, as referred to in tenancy agreements.
City Surveyor, 55-61, Moorgate, EC1
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Smithfield Market  COL/PL/02/C/008/a  1850

Contents:
Plan of Smithfield Market showing proposed alterations to the site.
Attached note explaining the proposed alterations.

Smithfield Market  COL/PL/02/C/008/b  Nov 1859

Contents:
Plan of property to the north of Long Lane proposed to be taken for the erection of Smithfield Markets.
Architect's Office, Guildhall.
Printer; John King and Company, 63, Queen Street, Cannon Street, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 54 feet]

Smithfield Markets  COL/PL/02/C/008/c  Nov 1861

Contents:
Plan of property to the north of Victoria Street proposed to be taken for the formation of a new street under the Metropolitan Meat and Poultry Act 1860.
Architect: J.B. Bunning, Architect's Office, Guildhall.
Printer: John King and Company, Queen Street, Cannon Street, London, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 54 feet]

Smithfields Market  COL/PL/02/C/008/d  1861

Former reference: Z

Contents:
Coloured plan of the proposed new street for the intended markets at Smithfield.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 54 feet]

Smithfield Markets  COL/PL/02/C/008/e  Dec 1837

Contents:
Coloured plan of Smithfield Market showing the ancient avenues around the ground and the proposed alteration of the avenues.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 35 feet]

Smithfield Markets  COL/PL/02/C/008/f  n.d

Contents:
Plan of proposed meat market to be erected to the north of Long Lane, showing the ground floor but noting the existence of 4 stories of warehouses above and a railway below.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 54 feet]

Smithfield Market  COL/PL/02/C/008/g  n.d

Contents:
Elevation of the proposed meat market at Smithfield
H. Fitzcook, Artist

Smithfield Market  COL/PL/02/C/008/h  19 Feb 1850

Contents:
Plan of the proposed extension of Smithfield Market, showing the proposed layout of the new cattle market, and including a section of the area.
Architect: J.B. Bunning, Office of Works, Guildhall.
Printer: Standidge and Company, Old Jewry.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 130 feet]

Smithfield Market  COL/PL/02/C/008/j  Feb 1850

Contents:
Plan of Smithfield Market showing the site of the proposed New Smithfield Market and the surrounding property.
Architect: J.B. Bunning, Office of Works, Guildhall.
Printer: Standidge and Company, Old Jewry.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 120 feet]

Smithfield Market  COL/PL/02/C/008/k  n.d

Contents:
Coloured plan of the proposed site for a new meat market north of Long Lane, and showing the appropriation of the ancient site of Smithfield for the public uses of a hay and straw market.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 52 feet]

Smithfield Market  COL/PL/02/C/008/l  n.d

Contents:
Coloured plan of proposed dead meat and poultry markets at Smithfield by the Smithfield Appropriation Committee.
Architect: Isaacs, 15, Gloucester Street, Belgrave Square
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:528 [1 inch = 44 feet]

Smithfield Market  COL/PL/02/C/008/m  Jun 1860

Contents:
Plan showing the site for proposed markets at Smithfield.
Architect:J.B. Bunning, Guildhall
Printer: John King and Company, 63, Queen Street, Cannon Street, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]

Smithfield Market  COL/PL/02/C/008/n  8 Aug 1868

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
Coloured plan of the property proposed to be taken for the erection of a market on the north side of Long Lane.
Architect: J. B. Bunning, Architect's Office, Guildhall.
Printer: Kell Brothers, Castle Street, Holborn, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 54 feet]

Honey Lane Market  COL/PL/02/C/009/a  3 Nov 1692

Contents:
Coloured plan of Honey Lane Market, showing the dimensions of the roads and adjoining areas and of the stalls, including the member of each.
Examined by Robert Hooke and John Oliver.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 12 feet]

Honey Lane Market  COL/PL/02/C/009/b  1781

Former reference: Number 232

Contents:
Coloured plan of Honey Lane Market, showing proposed site for building and land belonging to the City or to the Drapers' Company.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 14 feet]

Honey Lane Market  COL/PL/02/C/009/c  Apr 1833

Contents:
Coloured plan of Honey Lane Market, showing the layout and enumeration of the shops.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 7½ feet]
For similar plan, see: Plan COL/PL/02/C/009/d.

Honey Lane Market  COL/PL/02/C/009/d  Dec 1833

Copies information: For original, see: Plan COL/PL/02/C/009/c


Contents:
Coloured copy of a plan of Honey Lane Market, showing the layout and enumeration of the shops.
J.S. Mountague Guildhall, Artist
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 7½ feet]

Fleet Market  COL/PL/02/C/009/e  1737

Contents:
Elevation of shop fronts in Fleet Market.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:45 [1 inch = 3.5 feet]
For brief notes made for Festival of Architecture 1984 (Exhibition No. 1), see Research Papers 11.10

Spitalfields Market  COL/PL/02/D/001/b  22 Jun 1928

Former reference: Drawing Number 423

Source of acquisition: Surveyor's Department


Contents:
Plan of proposed auction rooms for Spitalfields Market, Scheme Number 5, showing basement and ground floor
Sydney Perks, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:192 [1 inch = 16 feet]
Signed by J.B. Hutchins, architect.
See also Plans COL/PL/02/D/001/c and d

Spitalfields Market  COL/PL/02/D/001/c  22 Jun 1928

Former reference: Drawing Number 424

Source of acquisition: City Surveyor's Office


Contents:
Plan of proposed auction rooms for spitalfields Market, Scheme Number 5, showing the first and second floors.
Sydney Perks, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:192 [1 inch = 16 feet]
Signed by J.B. Hutchins, architect.
See also Plans COL/PL/02/D/001/c and d

Spitalfields Market  COL/PL/02/D/001/d  22 Jun 1928

Former reference: Drawing Number 425

Source of acquisition: City Surveyor's Office


Contents:
Plan of proposed auction rooms for spitalfields Market, Scheme Number 5, showing third floor and section.
Sydney Perks, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:192 [1 inch = 16 feet]
Signed by J.B. Hutchins, architect.
See also Plans COL/PL/02/D/001/b and c

Spitalfields Market  COL/PL/02/D/001/e  Jul 1928

Contents:
5 sheets of plans attached together at left-hand corner showing ground to third floors of auction salerooms for spitalfields Market, including alternative staircase arrangement.
T. Wainwright and sons [J. B. Hutchins], 11, Lord Street, Liverpool.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Spitalfields Market  COL/PL/02/D/001/f  Jan 1906 - Nov 1911

Former reference: Number 3539

Contents:
Plan of Spitalfields Market showing the names of tenants in the market and adjoining premises, and giving areas of shops.
Sydney Perks, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Commercial Street, Numbers 95-99  COL/PL/02/D/001/h  18 Jan 1912

Former reference: Drawing Number 1D; Plan Number 3624

Source of acquisition: Surveyor's Market Plans


Contents:
Plan of proposed rebuilding of 95-99 Commercial Street for Robert Hornes, Eq., showing plans of the foundations, basement and ground floor.
Architect: Still, Wheat and Luker, 19, Basinghall Street, London, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]
Signed by William Flinn Hout, 12 Aug 1912

Commercial Street, Numbers 95-99  COL/PL/02/D/001/j  18 Jan 1912

Former reference: Drawing Number 2D; Plan Number 3625

Source of acquisition: Surveyor's Market Plans


Contents:
Plan of proposed rebuilding of 95-99 Commercial Street for Robert Horner, Esquire, showing plans of the first Floor and roof.
Architect: Still, Wheat and Luker, 19, Basinghall Street, London, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]
Signed by William Flinn Hout, 12 August 1912

Commercial Street, Numbers 95-99  COL/PL/02/D/001/k  22 Jan 1912

Former reference: Drawing Number 2D; Plan Number 3626

Source of acquisition: Surveyor's Market Plans


Contents:
Sections and elevation of proposed rebuilding of 95-99 Commercial Street for Robert Horner, Esquire.
Architect: Still, Wheat and Luker, 19, Basinghall Street, London, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]
Signed by William Flinn Hout, 12 August 1912

Spitalfields Market  COL/PL/02/D/001/l  Apr 1924

Contents:
Street plan of Lamb Street, Drant Street and part of Church Passage, including elevations of the properties facing these streets.
City Surveyor, Guildhall, London, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Spital Square, Numbers 32, 33 and 34  COL/PL/02/D/001/m  25 Aug 1925

Contents:
Plan and elevation of existing buildings at 32 to 34 Spital Square.
Sydney Perks, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Brushfield Street, 65: Spitalfields Market  COL/PL/02/D/001/n  n.d

Former reference: Number 441

Contents:
Coloured plans of the basement and ground floor of 65, Brushfield Street.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Farringdon Market  COL/PL/02/D/002/a  n.d

Copies information: See Plans D/2/6 and c


Contents:
Plan of area between St Andrews Workhouse and Burial Ground, Fleet Market, Stonecutter Street and Shoe Lane, showing the layout of premises and the occupiers' names.
Printer: N. Chater and Company

Farringdon Market  COL/PL/02/D/002/b  n.d

Copies information: See Plans COL/PL/02/D/002 a and c


Contents:
Plan of area between St Andrews Workhouse and Burial Ground, Fleet Market, Stonecutter Street, and Shoe Lane, showing occupier's names and the space to be covered for a new market.
Printer: N. Chater and Company

Farringdon Market  COL/PL/02/D/002/c  1824

Former reference: Box 34, Number 2

Copies information: See Plans COL/PL/02/D/002 a and b


Contents:
Plan of area between St Andrews Workhouse and Burial Ground, Fleet Market, Stonecutter Street, and Shoe Lane, showing occupiers' names and the space to be covered by the new market, and coloured to distinguish between built-on ground and open spaces.
Printer: N. Chater and Company

Farringdon Market  COL/PL/02/D/002/d  Apr 1824

Former reference: Number 53

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
Coloured plan of property to be purchased between Fleet Market and Shoe Lane for the erection of a new market.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 25 feet]

Farringdon Market  COL/PL/02/D/002/e  [19 Apr 1844]

Former reference: Number 6

Contents:
Coloured plan of property to be purchased between Fleet Market and Shoe Lane for the erection of a new market, showing the line of the new market and marking different blocks of premises with reference to some unidentified source.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 25 feet]

Farringdon Market  COL/PL/02/D/002/f  1824

Former reference: Number 11

Copies information: See Plans COL/PL/02/D/002/g and h


Contents:
Plan of property to be purchased between Fleet Market and Shoe Lane for the erection of a new market, showing occupiers of existing premises.
Artist: I.T. Lewis, Office of Works, Guildhall
Printer: Mitchelson and Company, 3, Nun Court, Aldermanbury.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 25 feet]

Farringdon Market  COL/PL/02/D/002/g  1824

Former reference: Number 84

Copies information: See Plans COL/PL/02/D/002/f and h


Contents:
Plan of property to be purchased between Fleet Market and Shoe Lane for the erection of a new market, coloured to show ground proposed to be let on building leases, and ground to be thrown into streets.
Artist: I.T. Lewis, Office of Works, Guildhall.
Printer: Mitchelson and Company, 3, Nun Court, Aldermanbury.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 25 feet]

Farringdon Market  COL/PL/02/D/002/h  1824

Copies information: See Plans COL/PL/02/D/002 f and g


Contents:
Coloured plan of property proposed to be purchased between Fleet Market and Shoe Lane for the erection of a new market, showing the layout of the new market and numbering of stalls/shops.
Artist: I.T. Lewis, Office of Works, Guildhall.
Printer: Mitchelson and Company, 3, Nun Court, Aldermanbury.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 25 feet]

Farringdon Market  COL/PL/02/D/002/j  1828

Contents:
Coloured ground plan of New Fleet Market, showing the layout of shops and stalls and also showing adjoining property to let.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 14 feet]

Farringdon Market  COL/PL/02/D/002/k  [n.d.]

Former reference: Number 4

Source of acquisition: Comptroller's office


Contents:
Coloured plan of New Fleet Market showing the layout of shops and stalls.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 14 feet]

Farringdon Market: Shoe Lane  COL/PL/02/D/002/l  21 Jan 1828

Former reference: Number 1

Contents:
Coloured copy of a plan of the Bangor Estate, Shoe Lane, including details od leases and lessees.
Architect: 75, Hatton Garden
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 10 feet]

Farringdon Market: Shoe Lane  COL/PL/02/D/002/m  Apr 1828

Former reference: Number 15

Contents:
Coloured plan of the Bangor Estate, shoe lane, showing the proposed site for a new burial ground for the parish of St Andrews Holborn.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 10 feet]

Farringdon Market: shoe lane  COL/PL/02/D/002/n  Aug 1929

Contents:
Coloured plan of land in shoe lane to be sold.
Office of Works, Guildhall
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 6½ feet]
Accompanied by conditions of sale.

Farringdon Market: Shoe Lane  COL/PL/02/D/002/p  May 1828

Former reference: Number 13

Contents:
Coloured plan of property in Shoe Lane belonging to Edmund Pontifex, showing ground to be given up by Mr Pontifex for widening Shoe Lane.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 10 feet]
Included signed declaration by Edmund Pontifex, 17 December 1829.

Eastern Counties Railway  COL/PL/02/D/003/a  Nov 1845

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
9 sheets of plans and sections bound at the left-hand side showing the proposed extension of the Eastern Counties Railway, from Tottenham to Farringdon Street.
Printer: C.E. Cheffins, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 4 chains]
Book of Reference: Folded Plan 4.1
Duplicate book of reference deposited with British Railways Board, Historical Records, 4 February 1964.

London and Blackwall Railway, Middlesex  COL/PL/02/D/003/b  1845

Contents:
4 sheets of plans and sections bound at the left-hand side showing the proposed widening of the London and Blackwall Railway.
Printer: F. Bedford, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 1183 [1 inch = 100 feet]

Hammersmith, Fulham and Westminster Railway, Surrey and Middlesex  COL/PL/02/D/003/c  1854

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
8 sheets of plans and sections bound at the left-hand side, showing the proposed Hammersmith, Fulham and Westminster Railways.
Surveyor: William Moxon and A.C. Hook
Printer: J.R. Jobbins, 3, Warwick Court, Holborn.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 3 chains]
Accompanying book of reference.

Holborn Terminus Railway, Middlesex  COL/PL/02/D/004/a  [n.d.]

Former reference: November 1845

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
15 sheets of plans and sections bound at the left-hand side showing the proposed Holborn Terminus Railway.
John Miller (Engineer)
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 38 feet]

City of London Wards: Langbourn and Candlewick Wards  COL/PL/02/D/005/a  1755

Contents:
Plan of the City of London showing the wards of Langbourn and Candlewick, accompanied by drawings of churches and the arms of the two aldermen of the wards.
Artist: B. Cole
From a volume of surveys of the woods of the City, see 40c

City of London Wards: Walbrook and Dowgate Wards  COL/PL/02/D/005/b  1755

Contents:
Plan of the woods of Walbrook and Dowgate in the City of London, accompanied by drawings of churches and the arms of the two aldermen of the wards.
Artist: B. Cole
From a volume of surveys of the wards of the City, see 40c

City of London Wards: Billingsgate and Bridge Within Wards  COL/PL/02/D/005/c  1755

Contents:
Plan of the Wards of Billingsgate and Bridge Within in the City of London, accompanied by drawings of churches and the arms of the two aldermen of the wards.
Artist: B. Cole
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 150 feet]
From a volume of surveys of the wards of the City, see 40c

City of London Wards: Cheap Ward  COL/PL/02/D/005/d  1755

Contents:
Plan of the ward of Cheap in the City of London, accompanied by drawings of churches and the arms of the alderman of the ward.
Artist: B. Cole
From a volume of surveys of the wards of the City, see 40c

City of London Wards: Langbourne and Candlewick Wards  COL/PL/02/D/005/e  n.d

Contents:
Engraved plan of the wards of Langbourne and Candlewick in the City of London, corrected from the last survey of 1755.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 150 feet]

City of London Wards: Farringdon without ward  COL/PL/02/D/005/f  1755

Contents:
Plan of the Ward of Farringdon without in the City of London, accompanied by drawings of Temple Bar and Bridewell North Gate and the arms of the alderman.
Artist: B. Cole

Spitalfields Market  COL/PL/02/D/006/a  7 Nov 1900

Former reference: Surveyor's Market Plan 141

Source of acquisition: City Surveyor's Office


Contents:
Ordnance Survey Map of 1894-1896, London Sheet VII.57, coloured to show the boundaries of the City of London, the borough of Shoreditch and of Stepney, and also to show the area of Spitalfields Market and adjoining areas.
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]
Produced as the plan for the City of London (Spitalfields Market) Bill, 1901

Spitalfields Market  COL/PL/02/D/006/b  Nov 1900

Former reference: Surveyor's Market Plan 139

Contents:
Plan of Spitalfields Market, showing property adjoining to the market on Lamb Street, Commercial Street and Brushfield Street.
Andrew Murray, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Printer: Robert J. Cook and Hammond, 2-3, Tothill Street, Westminster.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 130 links]
In Parliament Session 1901

Spitalfields Market  COL/PL/02/D/006/c  Nov 1901

Contents:
Plan of Spitalfields Market, showing property adjoining to the market on Lamb Street, Commercial Street and Brushfield Street.
Andrew Murray, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Printer: Robert J. Cooke and Hammond, 2-3, Tothill Street, Westminster.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 85 feet]
In Parliament Session 1902
Surveyor's Market Plan 140

Spitalfields Market  COL/PL/02/D/006/d  Mar 1902

Former reference: Surveyor's Market Plan 143

Contents:
Plan of Spitalfields Market, showing the adjoining area and the boundaries of the boroughs of the City of London, Stepney and Shoreditch.
City Surveyor's Office, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]
For City of London (Spitalfields Market) Bill 1902

Spitalfields Market  COL/PL/02/D/006/e  Mar 1902

Former reference: Surveyor's Market Plan 142

Source of acquisition: City Surveyor's Office


Contents:
Ordnance Survey Map of 1894-1896, London Sheet vii.57, coloured to show the boundaries of the City of London, the borough of Shoreditch and of Stepney, and also to show the area of Spitalfields Market and adjoining areas.
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]
For City of London (Spitalfields Market) Bill, 1902.

Spitalfields Market  COL/PL/02/D/006/f  4 Mar 1903

Former reference: Surveyor's Market Plan 156

Source of acquisition: City Surveyor's Office


Contents:
Ordnance Survey Map of 1894-1896, London Sheet LXIII and Middlesex Sheet XVII.II, coloured to show Spitalfields Market and sites mentioned by the City Surveyor for housing, with their radius from the market.
City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 2500 [25 inches = 1 mile]
Laid before special Sub Committee, Central Markets, 4 March 1903. Attached schedule of area, cost and accommodation.

Spitalfields Market  COL/PL/02/D/007/a  18 May 1925

Former reference: Surveyor's Market Plans 425

Source of acquisition: City Surveyor's Office


Contents:
Coloured plan of Spitalfields Market showing proposed extension to steward street and the widening of the adjoining streets. Includes details of the properties to be affected.
Sydney Perks, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 32 feet]

Spitalfields Market  COL/PL/02/D/007/b  Dec 1920

Contents:
Plan of property adjoining Spitalfield Market up to Steward Street and Spital Square, showing the properties numbered with gross and net ratings.
City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 528 [1 inch = 44 feet]

Spitalfields Market  COL/PL/02/D/007/c  16 Oct 1928

Former reference: Surveyor's Market Plan 3742

Contents:
Coloured design for gold key for opening of extension of Spitalfields Market, 22nd November 1928.
Sydney Perks, City Architect and Surveyor, Guildhall, EC

Spitalfields Market, Stepney  COL/PL/02/D/007/d  Nov 1913

Former reference: Surveyor's Market Plans 451

Copies information: Duplicate with book of reference, see Clerk of the Peace Plans Number 412


Contents:
2 Sheets of plans and sections bound at the left-hand side, showing the proposed widening of the roads around Spitalfields Market.
For Parliament Session 1914.
Sydney Perks, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Printer; Robert J. Cook and Hammond, 47-49, Tothill Street, Westminster.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]

Spitalfields Market, Stepney  COL/PL/02/D/007/e  Nov 1921

Former reference: Surveyor's Market Plan 3601

Contents:
Plan and sections showing the proposed widening of the roads around Spitalfields Market.
For Parliament Session 1922.
Sydney Perks, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Printer: Robert J. Cook and Hammond, 47-49, Tothill Street, Westminster.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]

Spitalfields Market, Stepney  COL/PL/02/D/007/f  1 Mar 1923

Former reference: Surveyor's Market Plan 293

Contents:
Plan of Spitalfields Market and adjoining streets and premises, showing lines of telephone mains.
Sydney Perks, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 32 feet]

Spitalfields Market, Stepney  COL/PL/02/D/007/g  1st Mar 1923

Contents:
Coloured plan of Spitalfields Market showing the proposed extension of the market and property purchased by the Corporation between 1926 and 1927.
Sydney Perks, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 32 feet]

Spitalfields Market, Stepney  COL/PL/02/D/007/h  4 Jul 1921

Former reference: Surveyor's Market Plan 3740

Contents:
Plan of Spitalfields Market showing the proposed extension of the market and the levels of the adjoining streets.
Sydney Perks, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]

Spitalfields Market, Stepney  COL/PL/02/D/007/j  [4 Jul 1921]

Former reference: Surveyor's Market Plan 3712 Number 73

Contents:
Plan of Spitalfields Market showing the proposed extension of the market and the widening of the roads.
Sydney Perks, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]

Spitalfields Market, Stepney  COL/PL/02/D/007/k  Jan 1947

Former reference: Drawing 813

Contents:
Plan of Spitalfields Market, showing shops and their numbers, as referred to in tenancy agreements.
City Surveyor, Moorgate
Economic Photo Service Ltd., London, S.W.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 64 feet]

Spitalfields Market, Stepney  COL/PL/02/D/007/l  Nov 1960

Contents:
3 Sheets of plans and sections showing proposed improvements to be made to Spitalfields Market, including land to be acquired and alterations made to the roadways. For Parliament Session 1960-1961.
R.S. Walker, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Printer: Cook, Hammond and Kell Ltd., Mitcham and Westminster.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Spitalfields Market, Stepney  COL/PL/02/D/008/a  21 Sep 1925

Former reference: Surveyor's Market Plan 3674; Drawing Number 3A

Contents:
Plan of the foundations for the extension of Spitalfields Market in Steward Street.
Sydney Perks, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Spitalfields Market, Stepney  COL/PL/02/D/008/b  21 Sep 1925

Former reference: Surveyor's Market Plan 3675; Drawing Number 3

Contents:
Coloured foundation plan of the extension of Spitalfields Market in Steward Street.
Sydney Perks, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Spitalfields Market, Stepney  COL/PL/02/D/008/c  21 Sep 1925

Former reference: Surveyor's Market Plan 3682; Drawing Number 2

Contents:
Coloured basement plan of the extension of Spitalfields Market in Steward Street.
Sydney Perks, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Spitalfields Market, Stepney  COL/PL/02/D/008/d  15 Feb 1926

Former reference: Surveyor's Market Plan 3683; Drawing Number 20

Contents:
Basement plan of the extension to Spitalfields Market in Steward Street.
Sydney Perks, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Spitalfields Market, Stepney  COL/PL/02/D/008/e  20 Sep 1926

Former reference: Surveyor's Market Plan 3689; Drawing Number 44

Contents:
Roof plan of the extension to Spitalfields Market in Steward Street.
Sydney Perks, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Spitalfields Market, Stepney  COL/PL/02/D/008/f  20 Sep 1926

Former reference: Surveyor's Market Plan 3706; Drawing Number 43

Contents:
Coloured first floor plan of the extension to Spitalfields Market in Steward Street.
Sydney Perks, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Spitalfields Market, Stepney  COL/PL/02/D/008/g  8 Dec 1926

Former reference: Surveyor's Market Plans 3713 Drawing Number 21B

Contents:
Ground plan of the extension to Spitalfields Market in Steward Street.
Sydney Perks, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Spitalfields Market, Stepney  COL/PL/02/D/008/h  15 Feb 1926

Former reference: Surveyor's Market Plan 3739 Drawing Number 21A

Contents:
Ground plan of the extension to Spitalfields Market on Steward Street, showing new frontage line and extension into existing market.
Sydney Perks, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Southwark Bridge  COL/PL/02/E/001  1912

Former reference: E/1

Source of acquisition: Returned to CLRO from Eng. Dept., ACCN/1996/061


Contents:
Southwork Bridge Reconstruction: Contract Drawings 1912 [not as built]
Includes 38 plans (+ elevations and sections) of bridge as existing and proposed; N & S approaches & abutments as existing and proposed; details of piers, arches, decking, etc.
Surveyor: 9 Iddesleigh Mansions, Westminster, SW
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:240, with 1:48 for details
Alterations & superseded plans noted

Southwark Bridge  COL/PL/02/E/002/a  15 Jul 1912 - 19 Jul 1920

Contents:
35 sheets of copies of sections, elevations and plans showing the work as carried out on the reconstruction of Southwark Bridge.
Surveyor: S.T.J., 9, Iddesleigh House, Westminster, S.W.1
Sir William Arrol and Company Limited, Structural Department, Glasgow
Scale varying
Contract Drawings for reconstruction of bridge, 1912, to be found at Room 5, plan chest, adjacent to drawers 193-198. Copy of these at E.1 not found, 1982. Found 1996 - see sheet.

Blackfriars Bridge Approaches  COL/PL/02/E/003/b  1768

Former reference: Number 1.B

Contents:
Coloured plan of the streets and approaches on the north side of Blackfriars Bridge, with proposed improvements sketched in but no names of streets/places mentioned.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 210 feet]

Blackfriars Bridge  COL/PL/02/E/003/c  Sep 1820

Contents:
Plan and elevation of one of the piers of Blackfriars Bridge.
Office of Works, Guildhall.

New Bridge Street  COL/PL/02/E/003/d  Jul 1824

Contents:
Coloured plan of New Bridge Street showing the quality of carriageway belonging to the Commissioners of Sewers, between Ludgate Hill and Chatham Place.
Copied from a plan of the Commissioners of Sewers.
Artist: Office of Works, Guildhall.

Blackfriars Bridge Approaches  COL/PL/02/E/003/e  19 Jul 1824

Contents:
Section of the north side of Blackfriars Bridge, showing proposed alteration of road gradient.
James McAdams, Road Office, 1, Earl Street.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 132 [1 inch = 11 feet]

Blackfriars Bridge  COL/PL/02/E/003/f  Mar 1825

Contents:
Coloured section of the carriageway over the center of the center arch of Blackfriars Bridge. Includes a note of improvements to be made to the carriageway and paving.
Architect: Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 48 [1 inch = 4 feet]

Blackfriars Bridge  COL/PL/02/E/003/g  Apr 1825

Contents:
Sections of cornice as it appeared under the foot pavement at 4 openings on the West and East sides
Surveyor: Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 48 [1 inch = 4 feet]

Blackfriars Bridge  COL/PL/02/E/003/h  Apr 1825

Contents:
Section across the center of the Center Arch of Blackfriars Bridge
Surveyor: Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 48 [1 inch = 4 feet]

Blackfriars Bridge  COL/PL/02/E/003/j  20 Apr 1825

Contents:
Coloured section across the centre of the Center Arch of Blackfriars Bridge, showing the manner in which the foot pavement may be lowered.
Surveyor: Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:48 [1 inch = 4 feet]

Blackfriars Bridge  COL/PL/02/E/003/k  22 Nov 1825

Contents:
Coloured section of proposed alterations to the carriageway of Blackfriars Bridge.
Surveyor: James McAdam

Blackfriars Bridge  COL/PL/02/E/004/a  1829

Contents:
Coloured section of Blackfriars Bridge, showing the side walls, footways and roadways.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 2 feet 6 inches]
For main plan, on which section refers, see Plan COL/PL/02/E/004/e

Blackfriars Bridge  COL/PL/02/E/004/b  Nov 1830

Contents:
Coloured elevations of the Center Arch of Blackfriars Bridge, one of which shows the arch in the event of recesses and colums being removed.
Artist: Guildhall
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 12 feet]

Blackfriars Bridge  COL/PL/02/E/004/c  Dec 1830

Contents:
Coloured section of Blackfriars Bridge, showing improvements to the carriageway.
Surveyor: Guildhall
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 2 feet 6 inches]
For main plan, to which section refers, see Plan COL/PL/02/E/4/e.

Blackfriars Bridge  COL/PL/02/E/004/d  Jan 1831

Contents:
Plan of Blackfriars Bridge, showing measurements.
Surveyor: Montague, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 38 feet]
Note: Copied onto parchment and delivered to Mr Deputy Comptroller 9 Apr 1831.

Blackfriars Bridge  COL/PL/02/E/004/e  May 1831

Contents:
Coloured plan of Blackfriars Bridge, including comments on the state of dispair of some of the piers.
Surveyor: Guidhall
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 40 feet]
For sections of the plan, see Plans COL/PL/02/E/004/a and c

Blackfriars Bridge  COL/PL/02/E/004/f  n.d

Contents:
Coloured section of Centre Arch of Blackfriars Bridge, showing low water mark of 1832.
Charles Hollis (Civil Engineer) Brixton
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1 inch = 12 feet

Blackfriars Bridge  COL/PL/02/E/004/g  n.d

Contents:
Elevation of the Centre Arch of Blackfriars Bridge, showing the piers, columns and parapets in its present state.
Printer: R. Martin, 124, High Holborn.

Blackfriars Bridge  COL/PL/02/E/004/h  n.d

Contents:
Elevation of the Centre Arch of Blackfriars Bridge, showing piers, colums and parapets as proposed to be altered.
Printer: R. Martin, 124, High Holborn

Blackfriars Bridge  COL/PL/02/E/004/j  n.d

Copies information: Original plan found in Plan Box 3, Roll 12.


Contents:
Coloured longitudinal section of Blackfriars Bridge, showing depths of caisson bottoms and sections of the river bed under, above and below the bridge. Levels taken December 1832 and February 1833.
Printer: R. Martin, 124, High Holborn.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1 inch = 20 feet]

Blackfriars Bridge  COL/PL/02/E/004/k  n.d

Contents:
Sketch of a design for a pier at Blackfriars Bridge.
Artist; J.C.P.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 13 feet]

Blackfriars Bridge  COL/PL/02/E/005  Oct 1906

Contents:
27 sheets of plans, sections and elevations for the widening of Blackfriars Bridge.
Contract drawings, bound at left-hand side as a portfolio.
Engineers: Sir Benjamin Baker, K.C.B. and Basil Mott
Printer: Thomas Kell and Son, 40, King Street, Covent Garden.
Scale: Various
Alterations made during construction shown in red.

Blackfriars Bridge  COL/PL/02/E/006/a  1908

Contents:
14 sheets of plans, sections and elevations for the widening of Blackfriars Bridge.
Additional drawings, bound at left-hand side as a portfolio.
Engineers: Sir Benjamin Baker and Basil Mott, 9, Iddlesleigh Mansions Coxton Street Westminster, S.W.
Scale Various
Alterations made during construction shown in red.

Blackfriars Bridge  COL/PL/02/E/006/b  n.d

Contents:
Coloured ordnance Survey map of the City of London, showing the juridiction of City Justices and Police under section 75 of the Corporation of London (Blackfriars and other Bridges) Act, 1906. In Parliament Session 1906.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:2500 [1 mile = 25 inches]
Signed by Chairman.

Blackfriars Bridge Approaches  COL/PL/02/E/006/c  n.d

Contents:
Coloured plan of the roads and approaches to Blackfriars Bridge on the Surry Street side, showing the roads to be either above or below the level of the High Tide of 1821.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 230 feet]

Metropolitan Central Tramways, Middlesex  COL/PL/02/F/001/a  n.d

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
Plan and section of proposed tramways to run between Holborn, Clerkenwell and Islington.
In Parliament Session 1884 - 1885
Deposited 29 Nov 1884.
Engineer: Thomas Floyd, 3, Victoria Mansions, Westminster, S.W.
Printer: Waterlow Brothers and Layton, Birchin Lane, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 3 chains]
Book of reference deposited 29 Nov 1884.

Pimlico, Peckham and Greenwich Street Tramways, Middlesex and Surrey  COL/PL/02/F/001/b  1871

Source of acquisition: Deposited Wednesday 30 Nov 1870.


Contents:
10 sheets of plans and sections showing the proposed tramways between Pimlico, Peckham and Greenwich. In Parliament, Session 1871.
Alfred Williams, C.E., 18, Great George Street, Westminster.
Printer: Standridge and Company, Old Jewry and Westminster.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 1 chain, 30 links]

Metropolitan Street Tramways, Surrey  COL/PL/02/F/002/a  1871

Contents:
14 Sheets of plans and sections showing the proposed extension of the Metropolitan Street Tramway in the City of London and in Surrey.
In Parliament Session 1871.
Engineer: George Hopkins, 30, Parliament Street, Westminster, S.W.
Printers: Maclure, MacDonald and McGregor, London, Manchester, Liverpool and Glasgow [37, Wallbrook]
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 1 chain, 30 links]

London Street Tramways, Middlesex  COL/PL/02/F/002/b  1871

Contents:
16 sheets of plans and sections showing the proposed Kensington, Westminster and City tramways.
In Parliament Session 1871.
Engineer: Alfred Williams, 18, Great George Street, Westminster.
Printer: Standbridge and Company, Old Jewry and Westminster.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 1 chain, 30 links]

Freemen's Orphan School, Brixton  COL/PL/02/F/003/a  n.d

Contents:
Coloured plan of the site of the Freemen's Orphan School, including an elevation of the boundary wall next to Ferndale Road.
City Surveyor's Office, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Freemen's School, Ashtead Park  COL/PL/02/F/003/b  31 Dec 1929

Contents:
4 Sheets of plans of the Freemen's School at Ashtead Park, showing the allocation of rooms on each floor in the school and mansion.
Two sheets are coloured.
Francis C. Road, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Freemen's School, Ashtead Park  COL/PL/02/F/003/c  Apr 1939

Contents:
4 sheets of plans of the Freemen's School, Ashtead Park, showing the allocation of rooms on the basement, ground and first floor of the school and the mansion. Mechanical copies.
City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC2.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Freemen's School, Ashtead Park  COL/PL/02/F/003/d  n.d

Contents:
Coloured plan of Ashtead Park, showing the buildings of the Freemen's School.
City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 330 feet]

Freemen's School, Brixton  COL/PL/02/F/003/e  1978

Contents:
Plan and elevations of the City of London Freemen's School, 1854-1926, showing the rooms of the schoolhouse and the views of the school from the playgrounds.
Artist: R.E. Everest
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:32
Drawn and presented by R.E. Everest, who was a pupil at the school 1919-1928

Freemen's School, Brixton  COL/PL/02/F/003/f  1978

Contents:
Site plan of the Freemen's School, 1854-1929, showing the playgrounds and grounds, and including some notes on the foundation of the school.
Artist: R.E. Everest
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:32
Drawn and presented by R.E. Everest, who was a pupil at the school, 1919-1928.

North Metropolitan Tramways, Middlesex  COL/PL/02/F/006  1871

Contents:
49 sheets of plans and sections showing the proposed new street tramways runnings from Bishopsgate Street to Hackney, etc.
In Parliament, session 1871.
Engineer: George Hopkins, 30, Parliament Street, Westminster, S.W.
Printer Machure, MacDonald and MacGregor, 37, Wallbrook, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 1 chain, 30 links]
Accompanying book of reference with specifications, November 1871.

London Street Tramways, Middlesex  COL/PL/02/F/007  1871

Contents:
45 sheets of plans and sections showing the proposed extensions to the London Street Tramways.
In Parliament, Session 1871.
Engineer: Alfred Williams, 18, Great George Street, Westminster.
Printer: Standidge and Company, Old Jewry and Westminster
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 1 chain, 30 links]
Attached specifications.

Guildhall: Common Council Chamber  COL/PL/02/G/001/a  [1884]

Contents:
Coloured chrom-lithograph of the interior of the new council chamber, Guildhall, showing the first meeting held there, 2 Oct 1884.
Architect: Sir Horace Jones
Printer: C.F. Kell, Furnival Street, Holborn, London, EC
Various prints of pictures in Common Council Chamber, destroyed by fire, Dec 1940, partly shown on G 1 a. Returned to Miss E.A.R. Smith of 4, Lancaster Grove, Hampstead, NW3. 3 Dec 1954

Guildhall: Muniment Room  COL/PL/02/G/001/b  Jul 1835

Former reference: Number 363

Source of acquisition: City Lands


Contents:
Coloured plan and elevation of the Town Clerk's new muniment room.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 5 feet]

Guildhall: Muniment Room  COL/PL/02/G/001/c  Mar 1835

Former reference: Number 362

Contents:
Coloured plan and sections of a design for a muniment room at the Guildhall.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 5 feet]

Guildhall: Yard  COL/PL/02/G/001/d  [1681]

Copies information: See Compt. Ct. Plans 101B and 148.


Contents:
Coloured plan of Guildhall Yard, showing the vicarige, and the Comptroller's house.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 12 feet]
Probably the lease plan of 1681, referred to in City Lands Copy leases volume 1, folio 42, in the lease to parishioners for 41 years.

Guildhall  COL/PL/02/G/001/e  n.d

Photographs

Source of acquisition: Deposited in CLRO by Sydney Perks in 1927.


Contents:
22 black and white photographs and drawings of the Guildhall, collected during restoration work in 1910 for use by Sydney Perks, late City Architect and Surveyor, in his 'Essays on Old London', (C.U.P., 1927).

Guildhall: Great Hall  COL/PL/02/G/001/f  [1868]

Contents:
Coloured lithographic print of the interior of the Great Hall, Guildhall, looking East.
Printer: Kell Brothers, Castle Street, EC

Guildhall: Chapel  COL/PL/02/G/001/g  1 Dec 1815

Contents:
Lithographic print of the Collegiate Chapel of St Mary Magdalen and All Saints, Guildhall, London.
Publisher: Robert Wilkinson, 58, Cornhill.
Chapel was demolished in 1822.

Guildhall  COL/PL/02/G/001/h  12 Sep 1941

Copies information: For original plan, see Surveyor's City Lands Buildings Plan No. 1.


Contents:
Tracing of ground plan of Guildhall and its surroundings at about 1750, taken from a 'Descriptive Account of the Guildhall of the City of London' by Price, 1886, plate no. IV, pages 62-63.
City Engineer, 61, Moorgate, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:264 [1 inch = 22 feet]

Nevill's Alley, Fetter Lane  COL/PL/02/G/002/a  5 Sep 1928

Former reference: Portfolio IX Plans of London

Contents:
Reproduction
Published copy of a plan by John Goslyng in 1670 showing the tenements adjoining Nevill's Alley as part of the estate of Sir Nicholas Bacon.
London Topographical Society, 40, Baker Street, W1 (Publishers)
Emery Walker Ltd (Printers)
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 15 feet]

Greenwich  COL/PL/02/G/002/b  1930

Contents:
Reproduction
Published copy of a drawing etched by Wences Hollar in 1637 of a view of Greenwich.
London Topographical Society, 40, Baker Street, W1 (Publishers)
Emery Walker Limited (Printers)

City of London: views  COL/PL/02/G/002/c  1944

Copies information: Copied from Sutherland Collection LXXX. Fo. 328, Bodleian Library, Oxford.


Contents:
Reproduction
Published copy of a drawing by Anthony van den Wyngaerde in 1550 of the view of the City of London between the Fleet River and London Bridge.
London Topographical Society, 40, Baker Street, W1 (Publishers)

Charing Cross  COL/PL/02/G/002/d  1930

Copies information: Copied from: P.R.O. Exchequer Special Commissions, No. 4186


Contents:
Reproduction
Published copy of a plan of Crown property on the east side of Charing Cross between the former hospital of St Mary Rounceval on the north and Scotland on the south, prepared for a suite concerning alleged encroachments.
London Topographical Society, 40 Baker Street, W1 (Publishers)
Emery Walker Limited (Printers)
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 10 feet]

St Katherine's Dock  COL/PL/02/G/002/e  1929

Contents:
Reproduction of a plan from c.1590 of the area lying east of St Katherine's Hospital (now St Katherines's Dock), from a tracing by Marjorie B. Honeybourne.
London Topographical Society, 40, Baker Street, W1 (Publishers)
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 10 feet]
Copied from: P.R.O. (Map Room).
M.P., B.4.

City of London and Westminster  COL/PL/02/G/002/f  1899

Contents:
Reproductions of two plans from the 'Speculum Britannice' of John Norden, 1593 (London), showing the City of London and Westminster.
London Topographical Society (Publishers)
Walker and Boutall (Printers)
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 360 feet]

City of London: views  COL/PL/02/G/002/g  1936 - 1937

Contents:
Reproductions of 8 water-colour drawings by Dr Philip Norman, showing various views of London, including Mile End, Aldgate, Austin Friars, St Magnus Church, Leather Lane, Holborn, Chelsea and Cheyne Walk.
London Topographical Society, 120, Chancery Lane, London, WC2 (Publishers)
Emery Walker Limited (Printers)
Original drawings in the London Museum.

Bedford Estate  COL/PL/02/G/002/h  1933

Contents:
Reproduction of a plan of the west end of London of 1795 showing the estates of the Duke of Bedford at Holborn and Tottenham Court Road.
London Topographical Society 40, Baker Street, W1 (Publishers)
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 200 feet]
Original: in the archives of the Duke of Bedford.

St Bartholomew's Hospital  COL/PL/02/G/002/i  1950 - 1955

Contents:
5 sheets of reproductions of 8 plans of St Bartholomew's Hospital and its properties, drawn c. 1617, and including Greyfriars, Hosier Lane and St Nicholas Fleshshamides.
London Topographical Society (Publishers)

Company of Clothworkers of London: Lands and Tenements  COL/PL/02/G/002/j  1938

Former reference: Publication Number: LXXII

Contents:
Reproductions of 3 plans showing St James in the wall, Cripplegate (1612), Clothworkers Hall (1612), and St James in the Wall, Cripplegate (1728), surveyed by Raphe Treswell the elder in July 1612 and John Morgan in 1728.
London Topographical Society, 120, Chancery Lane, WC2 (Publishers)
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 132 [1 inch = 11 feet]

Company of Clothworkers of London: Fleet Lane  COL/PL/02/G/002/k  1939

Former reference: Publication No. LXXIII

Contents:
Reproductions of 2 plans showing the property of the company of clothworkers on Fleet Lane adjoining to Fleet Prison; one by Raphe Treswell in 1612, the other by John Worgan in 1728.
London Topographical Society, 120, Chancery Lane, WC2 (Publishers)
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 132 [1 inch = 11 feet]

Company of Clothworkers of London: Lands and Tenements  COL/PL/02/G/002/l  1940

Former reference: Publication No. LXXIV

Contents:
Reproductions of 2 plans by Raphe Treswell in 1612 showing land belonging to the Company of Clothworkers in Throgmorton Street and Abchurch Lane.
London Topographical Society, 120, Chancery Lane, WC2 (Publishers)
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 132 [1 inch = 11 feet]

Company of Clothworkers of London: Lands and Tenements  COL/PL/02/G/002/m  1941

Former reference: Publication No. LXXV

Contents:
Reproductions of 2 plans showing land belonging to the Company of clothworkers in Billiter Street (Raphe Treswell, 1612) and Abchurch Lane (John Worgan, 1728).
London Topographical Society, 120, Chancery Lane, WC2 (Publishers)
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): Varying [c. 1 inch = 11 feet]

Manor of Walworth, Newington, Surrey  COL/PL/02/G/002/n  1932

Contents:
Reproduction of a plan by Thomas Hill of 1681 showing the manor of Walworth and the parish of Newington in the county of Surrey.
London Topographical Society, 40, Baker Street, W (Publishers)
Original in the possession of the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.

City of London: View  COL/PL/02/G/002/p  1949

Contents:
Reproduction of a drawing by Cecil Brown of 1945 showing a prospect of the City of London from the South-east, including the architecture and war damage.
London Topographical Society (Publishers)
Publication No. 82

Whitehall Palace  COL/PL/02/G/002/q  1948

Former reference: Publication No. 81

Contents:
Reproduction of a painting by an unknown painter from the mid-17 century showing Whitehall Palace from the River Thames.
London Topographical Society (Publishers)
From the collection at Kensington Palace, No. 113.

London: Rocque's Map  COL/PL/02/G/003  1918

Contents:
48 sheets reproducing Rocque's Map of London, 1746, each sheet forming a section of the map as a whole.
London Topographical Society, 17, Baker Street, London, W1 (Publishers)
Emery Walker Limited (Printers)

City of London  COL/PL/02/G/004  1895

Contents:
21 sheets reproducing the 1677 map of London by John Ogilby and William Morgan.
London and Middlesex Archaeological Society (Publishers)
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 100 feet]
Accompanying facsimile of the 'Explanation of Ogilby and Morgan's Map of London', together with biographical details about Ogilby.

City of London, Westminster and Southwark  COL/PL/02/G/005  1 May 1878

Contents:
12 sheets reproducing the 1658 map of London, Westminster and Southwark by Richard Newcourt and William Faithorne.
Edward Stanford, 55, Charing Cross, SW (Publisher)
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [12 inch = 1 mile]

London Wall: (Old) Moorfields  COL/PL/02/G/006  1676

Contents:
Survey of encroachments upon London Wall with Survey of encroachments upon the wall surrounding Moorfields
William Leybourn

Parishes: City of London  COL/PL/02/G/007/(i)  1878 - 1880

Contents:
Ordnance Survey map of the City of London, sheets xxxv and xxxvi; showing the parishes of the City prior to the Union of Parishes Acts.
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 2500 [25 inches = 1 mile]

Parishes: Clerkenwell  COL/PL/02/G/007/(ii)  13 Jun 1972

Former reference: File No. PR/23/276

Contents:
Coloured map showing the atteration of areas of parishes in Clerkenwell.
Church Commissioners, 1, Millbank, Westminster, SW1
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 2500 [25 inches = 1 mile]
Accompanying copy of Pastoral order dated 23 November 1971.

St Katharine's Hospital  COL/PL/02/G/010/a  1957

Former reference: Publication No. 90

Contents:
Reproduction from a tracing of the plan by John Ogilby of 1686 showing the east precinct of St Katharine's Hospital by the Tower of London.
London Topographical Society (Publishers)
From original at British Museum, Sloane MSS.3254 A, no. 1

City of London  COL/PL/02/G/010/b  1960

Former reference: Publication No. 93

Contents:
Reproduction of a sketch map drawn by Miss Marjorie B. Honeybourne in 1940 showing London under Richard II.
London Topographical Society, 9, Rivercourt Road, London, W6 (Publishers)
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 300 feet]

St Marylebone Borough  COL/PL/02/G/010/c  1962 - 1963

Former reference: Publication Nos. 95 and 96

Contents:
Coloured reproduction of a survey of the parliamentary borough of St Marylebone, drawn by F.A. Boulett and engraved by B.R. Davies in 1834.
In 2 sheets.
London Topographical Society, 9, Rivercourt Road, London, W6 (Publishers)
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 1/8 mile]
Includes plans and elevations of churches in the borough.

Whitehall  COL/PL/02/G/010/d  1967

Former reference: Publication No. 107

Contents:
Reproduction of a design by Inigo Jones in 1622 of the Banqueting House with the Whitehall and Holbein Gates, designed for a scene from Ben Jonson's masque 'Time Vindicated to Himselfe and to his Honors', performed 1623.
London Topographical Society, 50, Grove Lane, London, SE5 (Publishers)
Accompanying article concerning the drawing by John Harris, reprinted from the Burlington Magazine, February 1967.

Chelsea, Middlesex  COL/PL/02/G/010/e  1969

Former reference: Publication No. 111

Contents:
Reproduction of a map by F.P. Thompson in 1836 showing the parish of Chelsea.
Reproduced on 2 sheets.
London Topographical Society, 50, Grove Lane, London, SE5 (Publishers)
Edward Stanford Ltd (Printers)
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 260 feet]

City of London  COL/PL/02/G/010/f  n.d

Former reference: Publication No. 104

Copies information: Original copy in the British Museum.


Contents:
Reproduction of a survey of the City of London in 1667 by Wenceslaus Hollar, including a drawing of the view from Southwark of the City during the Dive.
London Topographical Society, 9, Rivercourt Road, London, W6 (Publishers)
Edward Stanford Ltd (Printers)
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 200 feet]

Greater London  COL/PL/02/G/010/g  1971

Former reference: Publication No. 114

Contents:
Coloured reproduction of a map by Langley and Belch of 1812, showing the City of London and its surroundings and including drawings of churches and prominent buildings.
London Topographical Society (Publishers), 50, Grove Lane, London, SE 5

Metropolitan Railways  COL/PL/02/G/010/h  1973

Former reference: Publication No. 116

Contents:
Reproduction of a map showing the railways proposed by the Parliamentary Session of 1863 in the metropolis and its vicinity.
London Topographical Society (Publishers), 50, Grove Lane, London, SE5
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 31680 [1 mile = 2 inches]
Original in 'General Report of the Board of Trade on the railway and canal bills session 1863', House of Commons Papers, 1863, vol. LXII

Greater London  COL/PL/02/G/010/j  1975 - 1976

Former reference: Publication Nos. 118 and 119

Contents:
Coloured reproduction of a map by Thomas Milne showing land use in London and its environs in 1800.
In 6 sheets.
London Topographical Society (Publishers), 50, Grove Lane, London, SE5
Cook, Hammond and Kell Ltd (Printers)
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 31680 [1 mile = 2 inches]

Greater London  COL/PL/02/G/010/k  1981

Former reference: Publication No. 125

Contents:
Coloured reproduction in 4 sheets of the 'Rhineback' Panorama of London, c.1810, with an introduction by Ralph Hyde.
London Topographical Society (Publishers), 3, Meadway Gate, London, NW11 7LA.
Westerham Press, London Road, Westerham, Kent.

Hatton Garden  COL/PL/02/G/010/l  1983

Former reference: Publication No. 128

Contents:
Coloured reproduction of a map of Hatton Gardens surveyed by Abraham Arlidge in 1694.
London Topographical Society (Publishers), 3, Meadway Gate, London, NW11 7LA.
Westerham Press, London Road, Westerham, Kent.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 50 feet]
Accompanied by sheet of notes on the survey by P.S. Hunting.

Tower of London  COL/PL/02/G/010/m  1983

Former reference: Publication No. 129

Contents:
Colour reproduction of a plan of the Tower of London, which refers to a report of 1682 on the Tower's defences read before the Privy Council.
London Topographical Society (Publishers), 3, Meadway Gate, London, NW11 7LA.
Westerham Press, London Road, Westerham, Kent.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 792 [1 inch = 66 feet]
Accompanied by sheet of notes on the plan by Geoffrey Parnell.

City of London  COL/PL/02/H/001/a  20 Jun 1842

Source of acquisition: City Solicitor's Office


Contents:
Plan of the City of London, showing numbering of street properties.
Surveyor: James Wyld, Charing Cross East, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 2500 [1 mile = 25 inches]

Great Eastern and South Eastern Junction Railway  COL/PL/02/H/001/b  1873

Contents:
2 sheets of plans and sections showing the proposed Great Eastern and South Eastern Junction Railway between Cannon Street and Fenchurch Street stations.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = ¾ inch]

Greenwich Marshes  COL/PL/02/H/001/c  n.d

Contents:
2 sheets of plans showing the proposed water cut-through on Greenwich Marshes, showing West India, Victoria and Albert docks. Coloured.
R. Meagu
Printer: Daniel and Company, St Leonards, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 440 yards]

River Thames  COL/PL/02/H/001/d  Oct 1838

Contents:
Coloured plan of sections of the River Thames appointed by the Corporation of London as places for colliers to anchor on their entrance into the port.
Artist: W. May
Printer: C.M. Firth, 7, St Michael's Alley, Cornhill, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 mile = 4¾ inches]

Greater London, Middlesex, Surrey and Kent  COL/PL/02/H/001/e  21 Apr 1884

Contents:
Coloured map of London and its environs showing the boundary of the jurisdiction of the Metropolitan Board of Works, the boundaries of the City of London, and the boundaries of the water companies' districts.
Publisher: Edward Stanford, 55, Charing Cross, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 mile = 2 inches]

City of London  COL/PL/02/H/001/f(i)  1890 ?

Copies information: Another edition in Record Office Search Room.
For 1909 edition, see Plan COL/PL/02/H/001/f(ii)


Contents:
Coloured directory map of London, showing the latest improvements and alterations, with ward boundaries, and parish boundaries.
W.H. and L. Collingridge, City Press, 148-149, Aldersgate Street, London, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 2500 [1 mile = 25 inches]

City of London  COL/PL/02/H/001/f(ii)  1909

Copies information: Another edition in Record Office Search Room.
For earlier edition, see Plan COL/PL/02/H/001/f(i)


Contents:
Coloured directory map of London, showing the latest improvements and alterations, with ward boundaries and parish boundaries.
W.H. and L. Collingridge, City Press, 148-149, Aldersgate Street, London, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 2500 [1 mile = 25 inches]

England  COL/PL/02/H/001/g  1831

Contents:
Coloured map of England and Wales, showing principal towns, roads, canals and railways, and indicating the different geological areas.
Artist: T.B. Loader
Printer: W. Day, 17, Gate Street, Lincoln Inn Fields, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 10 miles]

Greater London  COL/PL/02/H/001/h  1947

Source of acquisition: Ministry of Health


Contents:
Plan of Greater London indicating the Metropolitan Northern Area for the Conservation of Water Order, 1947.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 63360 [1 inch = 1 mile]

Greater London, Middlesex, Surrey and Kent  COL/PL/02/H/001/j  2 May 1825

Contents:
Coloured map of Greater London, showing the boundaries of the City of London.
Publisher: G. and J. Cary, 86, St. James's Street, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = ¼ mile]

Greater London  COL/PL/02/H/001/k  1946

Contents:
Coloured Ordnance Survey map of London and surrounding districts showing administrative counties; county, municipal and metropolitan boroughs; urban and rural district and civil parish boundaries; and parliamentary constituencies scheduled in Representation of the People Act, 1948.
Ordnance Survey Office
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 63,360 [1 inch = 1 mile]

Greater London  COL/PL/02/H/001/l  1962

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
Plan of the central London area, showing area whose planning applications for high buildings have to be referred to the G.L.C. Revised copy of Ordnance Survey plan by the Ministry of Housing and Local Government, 1965.
Ordnance Survey, Chessington, Surrey.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 300 yards]
Plan referred to in regulation 4 (1) of the Town and Country Planning (Local Planning Authorities in Greater London) Regulations 1965.
For regulations, see London Government Act, 1963

Greater London  COL/PL/02/H/001/m  [1897]

Source of acquisition: Received from Country Archivist of Northumberland, July 1980.


Contents:
Coloured map of the inner London area showing the route of the Diamond Jubilee procession.
Artist: John Bartholomew and Co., Bartholomew's Geographical Institute, London.
Publisher: George Newnes Limited, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 19494 [½ mile = 15/8 inches]

Thames Embankment  COL/PL/02/H/002/a  30 Nov 1843

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
Plan and sections of the proposed embankment road from Whitehall Place to Chatham Place, Blackfriars, and of the proposed embankment from Westminster Bridge to the northern pier of Hungerford Bridge.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 130 feet]
Accompanying book of reference.

Thames Embankment  COL/PL/02/H/002/b  17 Nov 1852

Contents:
Plan and section of the proposed embankment and public roadway on the Middlesex side of the Thames between Vauxhall Bridge and Battersea Bridge.
Thomas Page (Engineers)
Printer: Standidge and Company, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 200 feet]
Endorsed 9 Feb 1853.

Victoria Embankment  COL/PL/02/H/002/c  [14 Jun 1877]

Contents:
Coloured plan of property off Victoria Embankment on Temple Street and Tudor Street.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 40 feet]

Victoria Embankment  COL/PL/02/H/002/d  Jan 1878

Contents:
Coloured plan of property off Victoria Embankment on Temple Street and Tudor Street, showing the freehold of the Corporation of London.
Architect's Office, Guildhall.
Printer: C.F. Kell, 8, Castle Street, Holborn, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 30 feet]

Victoria Embankment  COL/PL/02/H/002/e  [Mar 1887]

Source of acquisition: Comptroller's Office


Contents:
Coloured plan of land on the Embankment adjoining the Temple to be let on building lease.
Printer: Waterlow Brothers and Layton, Birchin Lane, London.

Victoria Embankment  COL/PL/02/H/002/f  Sep 1888

Contents:
Plan of City's Lands at Whitefriars, off Victoria Embankment and adjoining Inner Temple, showing lots for letting.
Architect's Office, Guildhall.
Printer: Charles Skipper and East, St Dunstan's Hill, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 30 feet]

Victoria Embankment  COL/PL/02/H/002/g  Oct 1895

Source of acquisition: Comptroller's Office


Contents:
Coloured plan of City's Lands at Whitefriars, off Victoria Embankment and adjoining Inner Temple, showing lots for letting.
Surveyor: City Surveyor's Office, Guildhall.
Printer: Charles Skipper and East, St Dunstan's Hill, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 30 feet]

Thames Embankment  COL/PL/02/H/002/h  1767

Contents:
Coloured plan of Thames Embankment from Middle Temple to Puddle Dock, deposited under the Blackfriars Bridge Act, 7 Geo. III.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 42 feet]

Leadenhall Market  COL/PL/02/H/003/a  17 - -

Former reference: Compt. CL 593

Contents:
Coloured plan showing the site and layout of Leadenhall Market, indicating the different uses of the market and various adjoining passages.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 43 feet]

Leadenhall Market  COL/PL/02/H/003/b  17 - -

Former reference: Compt. CL 593

Contents:
Plans of Higher's Ground showing stalls and shops in the market between Ship Tavern Passage and Lime Street Passage, with the names of the tenants.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 14 feet]
Rough plan made for Comptroller's use only.

Leadenhall Market  COL/PL/02/H/003/c  n.d

Former reference: Compt. CL. 593

Contents:
Plan of Higher's Ground, showing the shops and stalls in the market between Ship Tavern Passage and Lime Street Passage, with the names of the tenants.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 9.5 feet]

Leadenhall Market  COL/PL/02/H/003/d  17 - -

Former reference: Compt. C.L. 593

Contents:
Plan showing shops and stalls in Leadenhall Market between Ship Tavern Passage and Lime Street Passage, indicating the property of Mr. Jackson and Lady Vandeput.

Leadenhall Market  COL/PL/02/H/003/e  17 - -

Former reference: Compt. C.L.593

Contents:
Coloured plan showing stalls and shops in Higler's Ground.

Leadenhall Market  COL/PL/02/H/003/f  23 Sep 1668

Source of acquisition: Rawston Papers


Contents:
Plan of ground in Gracechurch Street and in Leadenhall Market granted to Mr Farringdon by the Skinners' Company, and indicating the measurements.
Artist: Joseph Lem

Leadenhall Market  COL/PL/02/H/003/g  1731

Source of acquisition: Rawston Papers


Contents:
Plan of the southern part of Leadenhall Market, showing the properties and tenants.
Surveyor: John Tracy
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Leadenhall Market  COL/PL/02/H/003/h  4 Mar 1731

Source of acquisition: Rawston Papers


Contents:
Coloured plan of the southern part of Leadenhall Market, showing details of shops.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 8 feet]
Endorsed with reason for drawing-up of map.

Leadenhall Market  COL/PL/02/H/003/i  13 May 1734

Source of acquisition: Rawston Papers


Copies information: 3 copies-one on parchment, one signed by surveyor. All found at Plan COL/PL/02/H/3/i


Contents:
Coloured plan of the country market at Leadenhall Market.
Surveyor: John Tracy
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Leadenhall Market  COL/PL/02/H/003/j  3 Nov 1692

Contents:
Coloured plan of the Herts Market in Leadenhall Market, including the details of the rents of the stalls.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 12 feet]

Leadenhall Market  COL/PL/02/H/003/k  3 Nov 1692

Contents:
Coloured plan of the White Market in the Greenyard, Leadenhall, including rent details of the stalls.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 12 feet]

Leadenhall Market  COL/PL/02/H/003/l  Feb 1845

Contents:
Copy of a plan of 3 Nov 1692 of the Beef Market at Leadenhall, including rent details of the stalls.
Artist: Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 12 feet]

River Thames, Middlesex  COL/PL/02/H/004/a  1774

Copies information: P.D.74.1 and P.D.116.9


Contents:
Plan of the River Thames from Boulter's Lock to Mortlake. Revised version of a plan originally surveyed by James Brindley in 1770 by Order of the City of London.
Artist: Robert Whitworth
Printer: Thomas Jeffereys
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [½ mile = 1 inch]

River Thames, Middlesex and Berkshire  COL/PL/02/H/004/b  1770

Copies information: Another copy also at P.D.74.1 with report and description of profile, 12 Dec 1770.


Contents:
Published 14 Jan 1771
Coloured section of the River Thames from Boulter's Lock to Mortlake.
James Brindley (Engineer)
Robert Whitworth (Artist)
Publisher: Thomas Jeffereys
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = ½ mile]

River Thames, Essex and Kent  COL/PL/02/H/004/c  17 Jul 1821

Contents:
Coloured survey of the River Thames from London to Sheerness, and including the River Medway from Rochester to the Nove.
New edition of the survey published in 1816 by Steel and Coddard.
George Allen (Engraver), 19, Shoe Lane, London.
Publisher: J.W. Norie and Company, Navigation Warehouse and Naval Academy, 157 Leadenhall Street, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 mile = 1¼ inches]

River Thames  COL/PL/02/H/004/d  Aug 1839

Contents:
Coloured plan of the south side of the River Thames from Battersea Bridge to the Red House.
Artist: William May, Navigation and Port of London Committee.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 130 feet]

Port of London, Essex and Kent  COL/PL/02/H/004/e  [c. 1882]

Contents:
Coloured plans of the Port of London from below Gravesend on 2 sheets, showing the existing limits of conterminous ports.
Printer: Kell Brothers, Castle Street, London, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 2½ miles]
Attached to report of Port of London Sanitary Committee re proposed alteration to limits of the Port of London, 27 Apr 1882.

Port of London  COL/PL/02/H/004/f  n.d

Contents:
Coloured plan of the docks of the Port of London, showing the division of the docks into the 3 districts of St Katherine's and London Docks; Grand Survey, Commercial and Limehouse Docks; and Millwall, East and West India and Victoria Docks.
Printer: Kell Brothers, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 1,000 feet]

River Thames  COL/PL/02/H/004/g  29 Oct 1835

Contents:
Plan of the River Thames from Church Hole to Cuckolds Point showing the position of the Collier Tiers according to the proposed by-laws.
Surveyor: James Elmes, Surveyor of the Port of London
Printer: B.R. Davies
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 400 feet]

River Thames, Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Surrey and Middlesex  COL/PL/02/H/004/h  n.d

Contents:
Coloured map of the River Thames navigation from London Bridge to Lechlade, showing poundlocks, canal roads and principal towns.
Artist: Stephen Leach
Printer: Gale and Butler, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 35 miles]

River Thames  COL/PL/02/H/004/j  n.d. [18th c.]

Former reference: Compt. CL. Plan 568

Contents:
Coloured plan of the proposed line of embankment in front of premises of Mr Nante (later Wolfe), Battersea on the River Thames.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:264 [1 inch = 22 feet]

Datchet Canal, Berkshire  COL/PL/02/H/004/k  [c. 1795]

Contents:
Two sheets joined at left-hand corner showing maps of the Thames and of the different canals communicating with it near London, with the reasons in favour of the Datchet Canal and the state of facts between the Grand Junction Canal Company and the promoters of the Datchet Canal.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 6½ miles]

Thames Harbour, Essex and Kent  COL/PL/02/H/004/l  1905

Source of acquisition: Remembrancer's Office


Contents:
2 sheets of plans and sections joined at left-hand side showing the proposed dam, locks and sluices at Gravesend.
T.W. Barber (Engineer), 17-18, Tothill Street, Westminster, SW
Printer: Martin, Hood and harlein, Trafalgar House, Great Newport Street, London, WC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 210 feet]

Port of London, Essex, Kent, Middlesex and Surrey  COL/PL/02/H/004/n  Jul 1947

Former reference: Drawing No. 101.2076

Contents:
Revised edition of a coloured map of 1929 of the River Thames from Teddington to the Nove, showing the docks and the limits of Port of London Authority and including navigation information.
Port of London Authority Drawing Office
Printer: Edward Stanford Limited, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:63360 [1 inch = 1 mile]

Port of London, Essex and Kent  COL/PL/02/H/004/p  1950

Contents:
Coloured map of the River Thames from Teddington to the Nove, showing the limits of Port of London Authority and including a detailed map of the docks and communications.
Printer: Cook, Hammond and Kell, Ltd., Westminster and Mitcham.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:84480 [¾ inch = 1 mile]
Advertizing poster for the Port of London Authority.

Westminster, Greater London  COL/PL/02/H/005/a  n.d

Contents:
Coloured plan of Westminster, showing proposed new roads and distinguishing between property of the Dean and Chapter and property of the Crown.
Edward Vigers
Printer: Standidge and Company, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 200 feet]

Cheapside  COL/PL/02/H/005/b  [c. 1790]

Contents:
Coloured plan of property between Cheapside, Old Change and St Paul's Churchyard, distinguishing between property belonging to the Bridge House, the Dean and Chapter, Mr Clements, and the City of London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 5 feet]

Aldgate: Poor Jury Lane  COL/PL/02/H/005/c  20 Oct 1762

Contents:
Coloured plan of the corner of Poor Jury Lane on the south-side of Aldgate, showing land to be laid into Poor Jury Lane and land proposed to be let for building.
Artist: George Dance
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 10 feet]

Minories: New Square  COL/PL/02/H/005/d  Jan 1804

Contents:
Copy of a coloured plan of 1798 showing property surrounding New Square, including a new street parallel with the Minories and lots for sale.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 feet]

West Ham  COL/PL/02/H/005/f  1886

Contents:
Plan of the borough of West Ham.
Architect: J.T. Newman West Ham School Board
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 900 feet]

Fairlop Airport, Essex  COL/PL/02/H/005/g  Mar 1936

Contents:
Map of Greater London showing existing airports and the site of the proposed City of London Airport at Fairlop, Essex.
Francis C. Read, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC2
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 1½ miles]

City of London  COL/PL/02/H/005/h  [c.1832]

Contents:
Coloured plan of the City of London showing the different wards.
Printer: C. Firth, 7, St Michael's Alley, Cornhill.
Probably printed 1833 for Committee re-election of Alderman, and Municipal Corporations Commission. [Note on index card]

Minories  COL/PL/02/H/005/j  1766?

Former reference: Compt. C.L. Plan 169

Contents:
Coloured plan of the Minories at the junction with a new street leading to Crutched Friars, showing adjoining premises and the lots let to several persons, 1766.
Architect: George Dance
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 15 feet]

Minories  COL/PL/02/H/005/k  [c.1766?]

Former reference: Compt. C.L. Plan 237

Contents:
Coloured plan of proposed new street between the Minories and Crutched Friars, showing adjoining premises to be let.
[George Dance?]
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Conduit Mead Estate, Westminster  COL/PL/02/H/006/1  1733

Contents:
Plan of Conduit Mead property off Bond Street and Grafton Street, giving detailed measurements and plot boundaries.
See later series of plans c. 1808 - Surveyor's City Lands Plans Nos. 1279-1288. [especially 1288]

Conduit Mead Estate, Westminster  COL/PL/02/H/006/2  1733

Contents:
Plan of Conduit Mead property off Bond Street, Grosvenor Street and Bruton Street, giving detailed measurements and plot boundaries.
See later series of plans c.1808 - Surveyor's City Lands Plans Nos. 1279-1288 [especially 1287]

Conduit Mead Estate, Westminster  COL/PL/02/H/006/3  1733

Contents:
Plan of Conduit Mead property off Bond Street, Brook Street and Maddox Street, giving detailed measurements and plot boundaries.
See later series of plans c.1808 - Surveyor's City Land Plans Nos. 1279-1288 [especially 1286]

Conduit Mead Estate, Westminster  COL/PL/02/H/006/4  1733

Contents:
Plan of Conduit Mead property off Bond Street, Oxford Road, and Brook Street, giving detailed measurements and plot boundaries.
See later series of plans c.1808 - Surveyor's City Lands Plans Nos. 1279-1288 [especially 1285]

Conduit Mead Estate, Westminster  COL/PL/02/H/006/5  1733

Contents:
Plan of Conduit Mead property off Bond Street, Oxford Road and Brook Street, giving detailed measurements and plot boundaries.
See later series of plans c.1808 - Surveyor's City Lands Plans Nos. 1279-1288 [especially 1284]

Conduit Mead Estate, Westminster  COL/PL/02/H/006/6  1733

Contents:
Plan of Conduit Mead property off Bond Street, Brook Street, Maddox Street and Conduit Street, giving details of measurements and plot boundaries.
See later series of plans c.1808 - Surveyor's City Lands Plans Nos. 1279-1288 [especially 1282-1283]

Conduit Mead Estate, Westminster  COL/PL/02/H/006/7  1733

Contents:
Plan of Conduit Mead property off Conduit Street, giving detailed measurements and plot boundaries.
See later series of plans c.1808 - Surveyor's City Lands Plans Nos. 1279-1288 [especially 1281]

Conduit Mead Estate, Westminster  COL/PL/02/H/006/8  1733

Contents:
Plan of Conduit Mead property off Conduit Street, giving detailed measurements and plot boundaries.
See later series of plans c.1808 - Surveyor's City Lands Plans Nos. 1279-1288 [especially 1279-1280]

River Thames: Tidal Observations, Essex and Kent  COL/PL/02/H/007/a  1882

Contents:
13 sheets joined at the left-hand sign of diagrams of tidal observations taken from Deptford, Erith Pier, Gravesend Pier, Teddington Lock and Southend Pier every day from 13 September to 30 November 1882.
Baldwin Latham (Engineer)
Printer: Thomas Kell and Son, 40, King Street, Covent Garden, WC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [3/16 inch = 1 foot]

River Thames: Tidal Observations  COL/PL/02/H/007/b  1882

Contents:
9 sheets joined at the left-hand side of diagrams of tidal observations, showing the horizontal range of the tides, the volume of water entering the tideway at Teddington, and meterological data.
Engineers: Baldwin Latham; R.W. Peregrine Birch
Printer: Thomas Kell and Son, 40, King Street, Covent Garden, WC

City of London: Buildings  COL/PL/02/H/8  4 Jan 1950

Former reference: 714/011/A

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's office


Contents:
10 sheets of copied Ordnance Survey maps of the City of London showing scheduled buildings of special architectural or historic interest. Joined at left-hand side.
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]
Accompanying schedule and amendments to schedule, 16 Jul 1964.

Coronation Celebration  COL/PL/02/I/001/a  6 May 1911

Former reference: Drawing No. 2

Contents:
Coloured seating plan for the Grand Stand in St Paul's Churchyard.
City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Coronation Celebration  COL/PL/02/I/001/b  24 Apr 1911

Contents:
Seating plan for the Guildhall Pavilion.
Sydney Perkes, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Coronation Celebration  COL/PL/02/I/001/c  Apr 1911

Contents:
Seating plan for the coronation dinner for King George V and Queen Mary at Guildhall, 29 Jun 1911. Two sheets, one annotated.
City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC

Bath Bridge, Somerset Bath  COL/PL/02/I/002/a  1825

Source of acquisition: Received at the office of Works, Guildhall on 8 Sep 1825.


Contents:
Coloured plan of the old Bath Bridge, with adjoining streets and roads, surveyed for the Corporation of Bath.
Surveyor: G.P. Manners, Bath.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 feet]

Bath Bridge, Somerset, Bath  COL/PL/02/I/002/b  1825

Source of acquisition: Received at the Office of Works, Guildhall, 8 Sep 1825.


Contents:
Coloured section of the road over the Bath Bridge and of the roads at each end of the bridge, commissioned by the Corporation of Bath.
Surveyor: G.P. Manners, Bath.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 feet]

Bath Bridge, Somerset, Bath  COL/PL/02/I/002/c  Sep 1825

Source of acquisition: Received at the Office of Works, Guildhall, 8 Sep 1825


Contents:
Coloured elevation and plan of Bath Bridge, commissioned by the Corporation of Bath.
G.P. Manners, Bath.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:48 [1 inch = 4 feet]

Brecknock and Monmouthshire Canals, Breknock and Monmouthshire  COL/PL/02/I/002/d  1793

Contents:
Coloured plan of proposed canal from the town of Brecknock to join the Monmouthshire Canal near Pontypool, with a plan of the Monmouthshire Canal in 1792. Includes railroad communications.
T. Dadford (Junior Engineer)
Printer: W. Faden, Charing Cross, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:63360 [1 inch = 1 mile]

Monmouthshire Canal, Monmouthshire  COL/PL/02/I/002/e  1792

Contents:
Coloured plan of a canal from Newport to Pontnewyndd and Crumlin Bridge, in Monmouthshire, including railroad communications.
T. Dadford (Junior Engineer)
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = ½ mile]

Trevil Rail Roads, Monmouthshire, Trevil  COL/PL/02/I/002/f  1794

Contents:
Coloured plan of the Trevil Rail Roads to Sorwy and Ebwy Dale.
M. Williams
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 13/10 furlongs]

River Thames: Bridges, Greater London, Essex, Surrey, Middlesex, etc  COL/PL/02/I/002/g  19 Apr 1869

Contents:
Coloured map of London and environs showing the River Thames and the River Lee, and indicating whether their bridges are free bridges, toll bridges or toll bridges to be made free.
William Haywood
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:63360 [1 inch = 1 mile]

Tottenham Mills, Middlesex, Tottenham Mills  COL/PL/02/I/002/h  1877

Contents:
Coloured portion of Ordnance Survey map of Middlesex, sheet No. XII.7, showing Tottenham Mills and the East London Waterworks Reservoir, and the proposed diversion of Ferry Boat Lane.
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:2500 [1 mile = 25 inches]
'Plan referred to in Mr Driver's Report, dated 17 March 1877' [Note on plan]

Tottenham, Middlesex, Tottenham  COL/PL/02/I/002/i  n.d

Contents:
Portion of Ordnance Survey map of Middlesex, showing the Edmonton and Tottenham areas and highlighting the Tottenham Marsh area.

Prince's Bridge  COL/PL/02/I/002/j  1805

Contents:
Coloured plan and elevation of the proposed Prince's Bridge at Vauxhall across the River Thames.
Ralph Dodd (Engineer)
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 12 chains]

River Avon, Bath  COL/PL/02/I/002/k  1825

Source of acquisition: Received at the Office of Works, Guildhall, 8 September 1825.


Contents:
Coloured plan of the River Avon between Pulteney Bridge and Bath Bridge, commissioned by the Corporation of Bath.
Surveyor: G.P. Manners, Bath.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:792 [1 inch = 66 feet]

Tower Bridge  COL/PL/02/I/003/a  1943

Copies information: 1 black & white print, 8" x 10", CLRO ref. Prints C1113


Contents:
Coloured drawing of artist's impression of proposed reconstruction of Tower Bridge.
Artist: W.H.C. Holden
For correspondence concerning this design, see Bridge House Estate Committee Papers, May 1945

Tower Bridge  COL/PL/02/I/003/b  23 May 1876

Contents:
Coloured plan and elevation of proposed reconstruction of Tower bridge, involving the patent of Mr Frederick Barnett.
William St Le Fevre (Engineer)
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 160 feet]

Tower Bridge  COL/PL/02/I/003/c  Oct 1936

Former reference: No. M. 291

Contents:
Plan and sections of the northern approach to Tower Bridge.
City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC2.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Tower Bridge  COL/PL/02/I/003/d  Nov 1943

Contents:
Plans, sections and elevation of proposed reconstruction of Tower Bridge.
Surveyor: W.F.C. Holden
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 40 feet]
For correspondence concerning this design, see Bridge House Estate Committee Papers, May 1945.

Tower Bridge  COL/PL/02/I/003/e  Nov 1943

Contents:
Coloured plan at various levels of the proposed reconstruction of Tower Bridge.
Surveyor: W.F.C. Holden
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:192 [1 inch = 16 feet]
For the correspondence concerning this design, see Bridge House Estates Committee Papers, May 1945.

Tower Bridge  COL/PL/02/I/003/f  Jun 1944

Contents:
Coloured ground, first and second floor plans of a residence on the southern approach to Tower Bridge, showing proposed alterations and additions.
City Surveyor, 55-61 Moorgate, EC2.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Tower Bridge  COL/PL/02/I/003/g  n.d

Contents:
Ground, first and second floor plans of a residence on the southern approach to Tower Bridge.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Tower Bridge  COL/PL/02/I/003/h  26 Jun 1944

Contents:
Ground and first floor plan of residence on southern approach to Tower Bridge.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Tower Bridge  COL/PL/02/I/003/i  17 Oct 1944

Contents:
Ground and first floor plan of existing workshops at Tower Bridge.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Tower Bridge  COL/PL/02/I/003/j  n.d

Contents:
Plan of proposed workshop at Tower Bridge, showing spacing of machine tools.

City and South London Railway  COL/PL/02/I/004/a  1884

Contents:
3 sheets, joined at the left-hand side, of plans and sections of a proposed subway between the City of London and Southwark.
J.H. Greathead (Engineer)
Printer: Standidge and Company, Old Jewry and Moorfields, London, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]

City and South London Railway  COL/PL/02/I/004/b  1887

Contents:
4 sheets, joined at the left-hand side, of plans and sections of an extension of the City and Southwark Subway to Kennington.
J.H. Greathead (Engineer)
Printer: Standidge and Company, Old Jewry and Moorfields, London, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 130 links]

Ratcliffe, St James  COL/PL/02/I/005/a  1896

Contents:
Ordnance Survey Map, London sheet VII. 69, of the Ratcliffe-Stepney area, to accompany the petition of the inhabitants of the parish of St James, Ratcliffe and showing the site which they propose should be made into a recreation ground.
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]
Presented to Co.Co. 18 Nov 1897.

Diamond Jubilee  COL/PL/02/I/005/b  7 May 1897

Contents:
Annotated seating plan for St Pauls Churchyard in the event of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, 1897.
City Surveyor's Office Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Limehouse: Salmon Lane  COL/PL/02/I/005/d  Aug 1818

Contents:
Coloured copy of a plan of freehold premises at Salmon Lane and Commercial Road, Limehouse, at the disposal of Mr. Matthew Wharton.

River Thames  COL/PL/02/I/006  1833 - 1882

Former reference: Plan Nos. L and C 1-36

Contents:
32 sheets of plans and sections of the River Thames at various points showing tidal observations, navigational and geological points and other observations.
Printer: Thomas Kell and Son, 40, King Street, Covent Garden.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 500 feet]

Limehouse  COL/PL/02/I/007/a  Mar 1812

Contents:
Coloured plan showing the intended route of the new Ferry Road, Limehouse.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 264 [1 inch = 22 feet]

Bridge House Estate: Deptford  COL/PL/02/I/007/b  Jan 1872

Former reference: No. 75

Contents:
Plan of property of the Bridge House Estate in Deptford, near Hughes Fields, Frenches' Fields and Back Fields.
Architect's Office, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 7 feet]
Portions missing

Gutter Lane, Cheapside  COL/PL/02/I/007/c  23 Apr 1841

Contents:
Plan of premises on the east of Gutter Lane belonging to the Dean and Chapter of Westminster.
Francis Edwards 17, Hart Street, Bloomsbury, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Farringdon Road  COL/PL/02/I/007/d  1830

Contents:
Coloured plan showing 3 proposed routes for Farringdon Road leading from Farringdon Street towards Angel and Islington.
Architect: James Elmes, St Bride's Avenue, Fleet Street.
Printer: R. Martin, 124, High Holborn, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 210 feet]
Plan laid down by order of the Farringdon Road Committee.

Princes Street  COL/PL/02/I/007/f  7 Jan 1831

Contents:
Coloured copy of a plan submitted to the Committee of Building at the Bank of England showing street improvements at the junction of Princes Street and Coleman Street.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 30 feet]

Paul Street: City Stone Yard, Finsbury  COL/PL/02/I/007/g  Aug 1896

Contents:
Coloured plan of City Stone Yard, Paul Street, Finsbury belonging to the Honourable the Commissioners of Sewers of the City of London.
D.J. Ross, Guildhall, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 feet]

Limehouse  COL/PL/02/I/007/h  1807

Contents:
Coloured plan of premises belonging to Messrs Jukes, Coulson and Company adjoining the River Thames and the Limehouse Lock of Canal in the Isle of Dogs.

Limehouse  COL/PL/02/I/007/i  1808

Contents:
Original and proposed plans and sections of premises belonging to Messrs Jukes Coulson and Company at Limehouse.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:63360 [1 inch = 1 foot]
Plan agreed to by Mr Coulson 8 June 1808.

Limehouse  COL/PL/02/I/007/j  1807

Contents:
Coloured copy of plan of premises belonging to Messrs Jukes, Coulson and Company at Limehouse.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Limehouse  COL/PL/02/I/007/k  1808

Former reference: No. 5

Contents:
Coloured plan of premises belonging to Messrs Jukes, Coulson and Company at Limehouse, showing the jetty head stairs.
Surveyor; Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Limehouse  COL/PL/02/I/007/l  1808

Contents:
Coloured plan of premises belonging to Messrs Jukes, Coulson and Company at Limehouse, showing jetty-head stairs.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Limehouse  COL/PL/02/I/007/m  1808

Former reference: No. 17

Contents:
Plan of premises belonging to Messrs Jukes, Coulson and Company at Limehouse, showing the wheel pit.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Limehouse  COL/PL/02/I/007/n  [1808]

Former reference: No. 15

Contents:
Coloured plan, sections and elevation of a surrounding wall for premises belonging to Messrs Jukes, Coulson and Company at Limehouse.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 16 [¾ inch = 1 foot]

City of London Cemetery, Essex, Little Ilford  COL/PL/02/I/008/a  26 Dec 1855

Contents:
Coloured plan of the City of London Cemetery showing the laying out of the ground and the areas proposed to be consecrated and to remain unconsecrated.
William Haywood, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 100 feet]
Attached letter containing signature and approval of Home Secretary, G. Gray, 28 December 1855.

City of London Cemetery, Essex, Little Ilford  COL/PL/02/I/008/b  1856

Contents:
4 sheets of plans and coloured drawings of the City of London Cemetry, formed under the direction of the Commissions of Sewers of the City of London.
Architect: William Haywood
Printer: Day and Son, Gate Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London.

City of London Cemetery, Essex, Little Ilford  COL/PL/02/I/008/c  Apr 1888

Contents:
Coloured plan of the City of London Cemetery showing the lines of the bridle paths.
Architect: William Haywood, Guildhall.
Printer: Mitton Smith and Company, 13-17 Devonshire Street, Bishopsgate, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 250 feet]

City of London Cemetery, Essex, Little Ilford  COL/PL/02/I/008/d  Nov 1929

Contents:
Plan and sections of the Columbarium in the Cemetery, showing the prices of riches.
City Engineer's Office, Guildhall, EC2.

City of London Cemetery, Essex, Little Ilford  COL/PL/02/I/008/e  [c.1930]

Contents:
Coloured plan of City of London Cemetery showing new and existing unclimbable fences and existing ornamental fences.
City Engineer, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 2500 [1 inch = 208 feet]

City of London Cemetery, Essex, Little Ilford  COL/PL/02/I/008/f  1930

Contents:
Coloured plan of City of London Cemetery.
City Engineer, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 2500 [1 inch = 208 feet]
For similar copy see Plan COL/PL/02/I/008/e

City of London Cemetery, Essex, Little Ilford  COL/PL/02/I/008/g  1919

Contents:
Ordnance Survey map of Essex, Sheet NLXXVIII.14, showing Wanstead Flats and the western portion of the City of London Cemetery, highlighting strip of land absorbed into gardens.
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 2500 [25 inches = 1 mile]

City of London Cemetery, Essex, Little Ilford  COL/PL/02/I/008/h  1919

Contents:
Ordnance Survey map of Essex, Sheet NLXXVIII.15, showing the Ilford area and the eastern portion of the City of London Cemetery.
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 2500 [25 inches = 1 mile]

City of London Cemetery, Essex, Little Ilford  COL/PL/02/I/008/i  Apr 1888

Contents:
Coloured plan of the City of London Cemetery.
Surveyor: William Haywood, Guildhall.
Printer: Milton Smith and Company, 13-17, Devonshire Street, Bishopsgate, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 250 feet]

City of London Cemetery, Essex, Little Ilford  COL/PL/02/I/008/j  Nov 1929

Former reference: Plan No. 1

Contents:
Plans and sections of the Columbarium in the City of London Cemetery, showing the prices of niches.
City Engineer's Office, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 48 [1 inch = 4 feet]
Plan referred to in Table of Fees, Payments and Sums of both 1929 and 1947, signed by Clerk of the Burial Board.

City of London Cemetery, Essex, Little Ilford  COL/PL/02/I/008/k  24 Jul 1947

Former reference: Drawing No. 4521; Plan No. 2

Contents:
Plans and sections for the construction of proposed new win cubicles for City of London Cemetery Crematorium, including prices of niches/cubicles.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets):
1: 16 [¾ inch = 1 foot]
Plan referred to in Table of Fees, Payments and Sums of 1947, signed by Clerk of the Burial Board.

City of London Cemetery, Essex, Little Ilford  COL/PL/02/I/008/l  28 Apr 1950

Former reference: Plan No. XI/9A/1

Contents:
Plan of the City of London Cemetery showing the lawns and walkways, and highlighting with colour the lawn section behind the cemetery.
F.J. Forty, City Engineer, 55-61, Moorgate, EC2.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:2500 [1 mile = 25 inches]

City of London Cemetery, Essex, Little Ilford  COL/PL/02/I/008/m  13 Jul - 29 Sep 1914

Conditions of access: Public Health Department

Contents:
Plan of the City of London Cemetery showing consecrated, unconsecrated and reserved ground, and highlighting portion to be consecrated.
Accompanied by tracing of plan.
F. Sumner, City Engineer, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:2500 [1 mile = 25 inches]
Signed and approved by R. McKenna, Secretary of State, 1914.

City of London Cemetery, Essex Little Ilford  COL/PL/02/I/008/n  3 Sep 1948

Former reference: Plan No. X.1/7A/1

Contents:
Plan and elevations of the memorial chapel in the City of London Cemetery, showing the proposed setting out of memorial tablets and including prices of tablets.
F.J. Forty, City Engineer, 55-61, Moorgate, EC2.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:24 [½ inch = 1 foot]
Plan referred to in Table of Fees, and signed by Clerk of the Burial Board.

City of London Cemetery, Essex, Little Ilford  COL/PL/02/I/008/p  Jun 1952

Former reference: Drawing No. XI/009/8B

Contents:
Plan and sectioin of the columnbarium at the City of London Cemetery, showing the numbers of niches.
City Engineer's Office, 55-61, Moorgate, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:48 [¼ inch = 1 foot]
Plan referred to in Table of Fees and signed by Clerk of the Burial Board and the City Solicitor, 1960.

City of London Cemetery, Essex, Little Ilford  COL/PL/02/I/008/q  Jun 1952

Contents:
Plan and elevations of the columbarium at the City of London Cemetery, showing the numbers of niches.
City Engineer's Office, 55-61, Moorgate, EC2.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:48 [¼ inch = 1 foot]
Plan referred to in Table of Fees and signed by Clerk of the Burial Board and the City Solicitor, 1952.

Tower Bridge  COL/PL/02/I/009/a  Nov 1884

Contents:
2 Sheets joined at the left-hand side of plan and sections of the approaches to Tower Bridge.
Horace Jones (Architect)
John Wolfe Barry (Engineer)
Printer: C.F. Kell, Castle Street, Holborn, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:792 [1 inch = 66 feet]
In Parliament, Session 1885.

Tower Bridge  COL/PL/02/I/009/c  1885

Contents:
Book of reference to the plan in I9a of the approaches to Tower Bridge, listing tenants holding over, the date they vacated their premises, rents paid and receipts for compensation.

Tower Bridge  COL/PL/02/I/009/d  16 Oct 1893

Contents:
Plan of the City of London showing the approaches to Tower Bridge.
A. Murray, City Surveyor's Office, Guildhall, EC

Fire Hydrants  COL/PL/02/K/001/b  1880

Copies information: Folded copy at P.D.44.11, and 2 copies with Gas and Water Committee Misc. Papers (6)


Contents:
Coloured plan of the City of London showing the positions of five hydrants as fixed by the corporation, and also police and fire brigade stations and five alarm posts.
William Haywood, City Engineer.
Printer: Standidge and Company, Old Jewry, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 220 feet]

Pedestrian Crossings  COL/PL/02/K/002/a  1914

Conditions of access: Public Health Department
Plan received by department 17 October 1934.


Related information: "See letter Police 15/10/34" noted on plan.

Contents:
Plan of the City of London showing existing and proposed pedestrian crossings. Two copies with different annotations.
Frank Summer, City Engineer.
Printer: Robert J. Cook and Hammond, 47-49, Tothill Street, Westminster
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 220 feet]

Shepherdess Walk  COL/PL/02/K/002/b  n.d

Contents:
4 sheets of plans of proposed new dwellings in Shepherdess Walk showing the ground to third floor and the rent of each flat.
City Engineer, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 192 [1/16 inch = 1 foot]

St Martins-le-Grand  COL/PL/02/K/002/c  n.d

Conditions of access: Public Health Department

Contents:
3 sheets of plans and sections of an underground convenience for men and women in St Martins-le-Grand.
Printer: Robert J. Cook and Hammond, 2-3, Tothill Street, Westminster.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 3 feet]

Shepherdess Walk  COL/PL/02/K/003/a  5 Dec 1925

Contents:
Coloured plan of proposed new dwellings in Shepherdess Walk.
City Engineer, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 192 [1 inch = 16 feet]
Signed and approved by Ministry of Health.

Shepherdess Walk  COL/PL/02/K/003/b  18 Nov 1925

Former reference: Plan No. 14

Conditions of access: Public Health Department

Contents:
Coloured ground floor plan of proposed new dwellings in Shepherdess Walk.
City Engineer, Guildhall, EC
Printer: E.N. Mason and Sons Ltd.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]
Approved and signed by Ministry of Health, 5 Dec 1925.

Shepherdess Walk  COL/PL/02/K/003/c  18 Nov 1925

Former reference: Plan No. 9

Conditions of access: Public Health Department

Contents:
Coloured first floor plan of proposed new dwellings in Shepherdess Walk.
E.E. Finch, City Engineer, Guildhall, EC
Printer: E.N. Mason and Sons Ltd.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]
Approved and signed by Ministry of Health, 5 Dec 1925.

Shepherdess Walk  COL/PL/02/K/003/d  18 Nov 1925

Former reference: Plan No. 13

Conditions of access: Public Health Department

Contents:
Coloured second floor plan of proposed new dwellings in Shepherdess Walk.
E.E. Finch, City Engineer, Guildhall, EC
Printer: E.N. Mason and Sons Ltd.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]
Approved and signed by Ministry of Health, 5 Dec 1925.

Shepherdess Walk  COL/PL/02/K/003/e  18 Nov 1925

Former reference: Plan No. 11

Conditions of access: Public Health Department

Contents:
Coloured elevations and sections of proposed new dwellings in Shepherdess Walk.
E.E. Finch, City Engineer, Guildhall, EC
Printer: E.N. Mason and Sons Ltd.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]
Approved and signed by Ministry of Health, 5 Dec 1925.

Shepherdess Walk  COL/PL/02/K/003/f  18 Nov 1925

Former reference: Plan No. 12

Conditions of access: Public Health Department

Contents:
Coloured elevations of proposed new dwellings in Shepherdess Walk.
E.E. Finch, City Engineer, Guildhall, EC
Printer: E.N. Mason and Sons Ltd.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]
Approved and signed by Ministry of Health, 5 Dec 1925.

Shepherdess Walk  COL/PL/02/K/004/a  n.d

Former reference: Drawing No. 1

Copies information: For signed copy see Plan K 3 b.
See also P.H.D. Plan Box No. 30 6a/1805


Contents:
Coloured ground floor of proposed new dwellings in Shepherdess Walk.
E.E. Finch, City Engineer, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Shepherdess Walk  COL/PL/02/K/004/b  n.d

Former reference: Drawing No. 2

Copies information: For signed copy see Plan K 3 c
See also P.H.D. Plan Box No. 30 6a/1805


Contents:
Coloured first floor plan of proposed new dwellings in Shepherdess Walk.
E.E. Finch, City Engineer, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Shepherdess Walk  COL/PL/02/K/004/c  n.d

Former reference: Drawing No. 3

Copies information: For signed copy see Plan K 3 d
See also P.H.D. Plan Box No. 30 6a/1805


Contents:
Coloured second floor plan of proposed new dwellings in Shepherdess Walk.
E.E. Finch, City Engineer, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Shepherdess Walk  COL/PL/02/K/004/d  n.d

Former reference: Drawing No. 4

Copies information: See also P.H.D. Plan Box No. 30 6a/1805


Contents:
Coloured third floor plan of proposed new dwellings in Shepherdess Walk.
E.E. Finch, City Engineer, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Shepherdess Walk  COL/PL/02/K/004/e  n.d

Former reference: Drawing No. 5

Copies information: See also P.H.D. Plan Box No. 30 6a/1805


Contents:
Coloured fourth floor plan of proposed new dwellings in Shepherdess Walk.
E.E. Finch, City Engineer, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Shepherdess Walk  COL/PL/02/K/004/f  n.d

Former reference: Drawing No. 6

Copies information: See also P.H.D. Plan Box No. 30 6a/1805


Contents:
Coloured roof plan and sections of proposed new dwellings in Shepherdess Walk.
E.E. Finch, City Engineer, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Shepherdess Walk  COL/PL/02/K/004/g  n.d

Former reference: Drawing No. 7

Copies information: For copy see Plan K 3 e
See also P.H.D. Plan Box No. 30 6a/1805


Contents:
Coloured elevations of proposed new dwellings in Shepherdess Walk.
E.E. Finch, City Engineer, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Shepherdess Walk  COL/PL/02/K/004/h  n.d

Former reference: Drawing No. 8

Copies information: For copy see Plan K 3 f
See also P.H.D. Plan Box No. 30 6a/1805


Contents:
Coloured elevations of proposed new dwellings in Shepherdess Walk.
E.E. Finch, City Engineer, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Shepherdess Walk  COL/PL/02/K/004/i  n.d

Former reference: Drawing No. 01

Copies information: For copy see Plan K3a
See also P.H.D. Plan Box No. 30 6a/1805


Contents:
Coloured block plan of proposed new dwellings in Shepherdess Walk.
E.E. Finch, City Engineer, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Middlesex Street  COL/PL/02/K/005/a  1926

Former reference: Drawing No. 1

Contents:
Basement, ground floor and roof plans of proposed shops and dwellings in Middlesex Street.
City Engineer, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Middlesex Street  COL/PL/02/K/005/b  1926

Former reference: Drawing No. 2

Contents:
Coloured first, second, third and fourth floor plans of proposed shops and dwellings in Middlesex Street.
City Engineer, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Middlesex Street: New Street  COL/PL/02/K/005/c  n.d

Former reference: Drawing No. 2

Copies information: Duplicate copy at 69.A.13


Contents:
Coloured ground floor plan of shops in New Street.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Middlesex Street: New Street  COL/PL/02/K/005/d  n.d

Former reference: Drawing No. 3

Copies information: Duplicate copy at 69.A.14


Contents:
Coloured first floor plan of dwellings in New Street.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Middlesex Street: New Street  COL/PL/02/K/005/e  n.d

Former reference: Drawing No. 4

Copies information: Duplicate copy at 69. A. 15


Contents:
Coloured second floor plan of dwellings in New Street.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Middlesex Street: New Street  COL/PL/02/K/005/f  n.d

Former reference: Drawing No. 5

Copies information: Duplicate copy at 69.A.16


Contents:
Coloured third floor plan of dwellings in New Street.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Middlesex Street: New Street  COL/PL/02/K/005/g  10 Dec 1928

Contents:
Plan of shops in New Street showing their numbering.
City Engineer, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 264 [1 inch = 22 feet]

Middlesex Street  COL/PL/02/K/005/h  1926

Former reference: Drawing No.1

Contents:
Coloured ground, basement and roof plans of proposed shops and dwellings in Middlesex Street
Printer: E.N. Mason and Sons Limited
E.E. Finch, City Engineer, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]
Signed by City Engineer and building firm.

Middlesex Street  COL/PL/02/K/005/i  1926

Former reference: Drawing No. 2

Copies information: Duplicate copy at 69.A.10, unsigned.


Contents:
Coloured plans of floors 1 to 4 of proposed shops and dwellings in Middlesex Street.
Printer; E.N. Mason and Sons Limited
E.E. Finch, City Engineer, Guildhall
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]
Signed by City Engineer and building firm.

Middlesex Street  COL/PL/02/K/005/j  1926

Former reference: Drawing No.3

Copies information: Duplicate copy at 69.A.11., unsigned.


Contents:
Coloured sections and elevations of proposed shops and dwellings in Middlesex Street.
Printer: E.N. Mason and Sons Limited
E.E. Finch, City Engineer, Guildhall
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 (1 inch = 8 feet)
Signed by City Engineer and building firm.

Hutchinson Street Area Housing  COL/PL/02/K/006/a  1909

Source of acquisition: Public Health Department


Contents:
Plan of the City of London showing the Hutchinson Street Area
Printer: Charles Skipper and East
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 400 feet]
Key plan for Corporation of London: Housing of the Working Classes Acts, 1890-1919: Hutchinson Street Area.

Hutchinson Street Area Housing  COL/PL/02/K/006/b  13 Dec 1919

Source of acquisition: Public Health Department


Contents:
Coloured plan of the Hutchinson Street Area, showing street numbers and book of reference numbers.
E.E. Finch, City Engineer, Guildhall
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:264 [1 inch = 22 feet]
Signed by City Engineer

Hutchinson Street Area Housing  COL/PL/02/K/006/c  Jan 1920

Contents:
Plan of the Hutchinson Street Area with the north-west block shaded.
E.E. Finch, City Engineer, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:264 (1 inch = 22 feet]

Hutchinson Street Area Housing  COL/PL/02/K/006/d  Jan 1920

Contents:
Plan of the Hutchinson Street Area, with the area for redevelopment shaded pink.
E.E. Finch, City Engineer, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:264 [1 inch = 22 feet]

Cosser Street Redevelopment  COL/PL/02/K/006/e  Jan 1975

Former reference: Drawing No. J 0175

Contents:
10 sheets of plans, sections and elevations showing the proposed redevelopment of Cosser Street, Hercules Road and Kennington Road.
E.G. Chandler, City Architect, Dept. of Architecture and Planning, Corporation of London, Guildhall, EC2.
Scale Varying

Cosser Street Redevelopment  COL/PL/02/K/006/f  Oct 1977

Contents:
20 sheets of plans and elevations showing rehabilitation and improvements in the premises of Cosser Street, Hercules Road and Kennington Road.
E.G. Chandler, City Architect and Planning Officer, Corporation of London, Guildhall, EC2.
Scale varying

Holborn Viaduct Station  COL/PL/02/L/001/a  Nov 1870

Contents:
2 sheets of plans and sections showing the proposed Holborn Viaduct Station.
Printer: Kell Brothers, 8, Castle Street, Holborn.
Engineers: William Mills and T. Marr Johnson
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 130 links]

Holborn Valley Improvement  COL/PL/02/L/001/b  1871

Contents:
2 sheets of plans and sections showing proposed improvements in the Holborn Valley and Farringdon Market area.
Printer: Machure and MacDonald, London and Glasgow, 37, Wallbrook, London.
W. Haywood - Engineer and Surveyor
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]
For Book of Reference, see Holborn Valley papers, Box 1.8

Holborn Valley Improvement  COL/PL/02/L/001/c  1863

Contents:
4 sheets of plans and sections showing proposed improvements in the Holborn Valley area.
W. Haywood - Engineer and Surveyor.
Printer: J. King and Company, 63, Queen Street, London, EC
Scale (standardised first, contempory in brackets): 1:1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]
For Book of Reference, see Holborn Valley papers, box 1.3 or PD 43.9 and S.R. 53 in 'Reports and Acts of Parliament.'

Holborn Valley Improvement  COL/PL/02/L/001/d  1866

Contents:
2 sheets of plans and sections showing proposed additional works in the Holborn Valley area.
W. Haywood - Engineer and Surveyor
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]
For Book of Reference, see Holborn Valley papers, Box 1.5

West Ham Park, Essex, West Ham  COL/PL/02/M/001/a  1895

Contents:
Ordnance survey map of London, sheet VIII. 23 showing the southern part of West Ham Park.
Ordnance Survey office, Southampton.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]

West Ham Park, Essex, West Ham  COL/PL/02/M/001/b  1873

Contents:
Coloured plan of West Ham Park, showing proposed new roads and entrances.
Surveyors; Robert Leabon Carter and John T. Norman

West Ham Park, Essex, West Ham  COL/PL/02/M/001/c  n.d

Contents:
Plan of West Ham Park showing the proposed line of a road leading from the park north to Ilford Road and the railway line.

West Ham Park, Essex, West Ham  COL/PL/02/M/001/d  n.d

Contents:
Coloured plan of the West Ham Park Estate, showing the land vested in the corporation to be let for building.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 3 chains]

London Bridge  COL/PL/02/M/002  28 Jul 1800

Former reference: No. 609

Copies information: For duplicate copy, see 692; for loose copies of some of the plans, see surveyor's Bridge Plans Nos. 18-20.


Contents:
22 sheets of engraved plans, sections and elevations showing proposed designs for London Bridge and the surrounding area by various surveyors, compiled for the Third Report of the select committee of the House of Commons upon the improvement of the Port of London.
Scale varying

Mansion House  COL/PL/02/M/003/a  17 Dec 1930

Source of acquisition: Public Health Department


Contents:
4 plans showing the external steps to Mansion House from the original plan by George Dance to the proposition of the Committee in December 1930 to reduce the width of the steps by 1 foot 9 inches.
Sydney Perks, City Architect and Surveyor, Guildhall, EC.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

City Railway, London  COL/PL/02/M/003/b  n.d

Contents:
Plan of the City Railway and its terminus at Fore Street, for the improvement committee, 1859.
Richard Bell - Surveyor
Printer: Metchim and Company, 20, Parliament St, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 600 yards]

Sewers  COL/PL/02/M/003/c  1847

Conditions of access: City Engineer. Deposited by City Engineer, April 1982.

Contents:
Coloured plan of the public sewers of the City of London. 2 copies; one cleaned and mounted; the other bearing the note that the plan was referred to in specification for cleansing and repairing of sewers 1849-1872.
Surveyor: Richard Kelsey - 1841; William Haywood - 1847
Printer: C.M. Firth, 7 St Michael's Alley, Cornhill.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 70 yards]

Mansion House: Standard Lamps  COL/PL/02/M/003/e  1935

Former reference: Drawing No.E/5420/10

Contents:
Coloured drawing of a design for bronze standard lamps.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 8 [1½ inches = 1 foot]
Accepted and signed by Town Clerk, 30 May 1935.

Mansion House:Standard Lamps  COL/PL/02/M/003/f  1935

Former reference: Drawing No. E/5420/11

Contents:
Coloured drawing of a design for bronze standard lamps.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 8 [1½ inches = 1 foot]
Signed and accepted by Town Clerk, 30 May 1935.

Brandesburton Buildings: Farm, East Yorkshire, Brandesburton  COL/PL/02/M/004/a  1876

Conditions of access: Town Clerk's Office

Contents:
4 sheets of coloured plans, sections and elevations of Mr R.H. Harrison's Farm, of clay Field and Lane House Farm, and of pumping house for draining the estate. at Brandes Burton.
Tuxford and Sons, Boston, Lincolnshire
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 48 [1/4 inch = 1 foot]
Attached correspondence regarding the drainage of Mr Harrison's form, 21 Jun to 21 Sep 1876.

Brandesburton Buildings: School, East Yorkshire, Brandesburton  COL/PL/02/M/004/b  Oct 1917

Contents:
Coloured plans and elevations of proposed schoolmaster's house at Brandesburton [2 sheets]
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Brandesburton Buildings: School, East Yorkshire, Brandesburton  COL/PL/02/M/004/c  28 Jan 1916

Contents:
Coloured plans, sections and elevations of proposed teacher's house at Brandesburton.
Bernard B. Stamford, Architect and Surveyor, County Hall, Beverley.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Brandesburton Buildings, East Yorkshire, Brandesburton  COL/PL/02/M/004/d  29 Jan 1915 - 27 Jan 1916

Contents:
2 sheets of plans, sections and elevations showing proposed detached cottage and pair of cottages.
W.P. Watson, Leven.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Brandesburton Buildings, East Yorkshire, Brandesburton  COL/PL/02/M/004/e  n.d

Contents:
Coloured plan and elevation of proposed new buildings at Brandesburton Barff.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Brandesburton Buildings, Yorkshire (East), Brandesburton  COL/PL/02/M/004/f  1851

Former reference: Drawing No. 3

Contents:
Coloured plan and elevations of proposed staldes to be erected upon the farm of Thomas Holtley at Brandesburton.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Brandesburton: Old Stone Cross, East Yorkshire, Brandesburton  COL/PL/02/M/004/g  n.d

Contents:
Plan and elevation of Old Stone Cross at Brandesburton, including a block plan showing the location of the cross.
Watson and Ritson, Architects, Mercantile Chambers, Market Place, Hull.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 24 [1 inch = 2 feet]
Accompanying black and white photograph of the cross, 25 x 30.

Brandesburton Buildings: Farm, East Yorkshire, Brandesburton  COL/PL/02/M/004/h  Apr 1882

Contents:
Coloured plan of proposed buildings for Mr. Chapman on the Grange Farm, Brandesburton Estate.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Brandesburton Buildings:School, East Yorkshire, Brandesburton  COL/PL/02/M/004/i  n.d

Contents:
Elevation of the School at Brandesburton.
Mark Spencer, Land Surveyor, Beverley.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 5 feet]
School was erected by Lord Mayor and Aldermen of London and Governors of Emmanuel Hospital, 1843. [Note on plan]

Brandesburton Buildings, East Yorkshire, Brandesburton  COL/PL/02/M/004/j  1740

Contents:
3 sheets of plans of an unidentified building at Brandesburton, showing the ground, first and second floor.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Almshouses  COL/PL/02/M/005/a(i)  29 Jun 1901

Contents:
Coloured plan of property belonging to the London, Gresham and Rogers almhouses on the Ferndale Road.
S. Walker
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 396 [1 inch = 33 feet]
Includes tracing of plan on linen, signed by S. Walker.

Almshouses  COL/PL/02/M/005/a(ii)  Jun 1901

Contents:
3 sheets of coloured plans each highlighting the specific properties of the London, Gresham and Roger's Almhouses on the Ferndale Road.
City Surveyor's Office, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 32 feet]

River Thames  COL/PL/02/M/005/b  1870

Contents:
Essex, Kent, London, Middlesex
Plan of the River Thames showing the Thames Basin from Hampton to the River Swale.
Stanford's Geographical Establishment, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 63360 [1 inch = 1 mile]

Cripplegate: Jewin Street  COL/PL/02/M/005/d  Nov 1897

Contents:
Coloured plan of the Jewin Street area, Cripplegate, showing property destroyed or damaged in the Great City Fire of 19 Nov 1897.
A. Murray, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 528 [1 inch = 44 feet]

Southwark  COL/PL/02/M/005/e  1880

Contents:
Sheets 11 and 12 of 'Stanford's Library Map of London and its Suburbs', showing Southwark and detailing parish boundaries, sanitary distruct, poor law unions, school board districts and parliamentary boroughs.
Edward Stanford, 26-27 Cockspur Street, Charing Cross, SW
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 10560 [1 mile = 6 inches]

Essex  COL/PL/02/M/005/f  1947

Contents:
Coloured reproduction of a map of Essex by John Oliver in 1696.
Essex Record Office
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 2½ miles]

Monument  COL/PL/02/M/005/g  Nov 1888

Copies information: For original plan (transferred to CLRO in 1988) see Architect's Plan No. MON/GEN 4.


Contents:
Mechanical copy of a plan, sections and elevation of the Monument, drawn while undergoing repair.
Architect's Office, Guildhall.

Brandesburton, East Yorkshire  COL/PL/02/M/006/a  1700

Copies information: Surveyors Institutions Plan No.9


Contents:
Stylised plan of Brandesburton, showing the roads leading out from the town and listing the names of the holders of the land on either side of the roads.

Brandesburton, East Yorkshire  COL/PL/02/M/006/b  1732

Former reference: Surveyor's Institution Plan No. 10

Copies information: Reduced copy and photostat of plan at 30.0.1


Contents:
Coloured plan of the Brandesburton Estate, showing the holders of the land and the acreage of those lands.
Surveyed by John Brown
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1inch = 41 feet]

Brandesburton, East Yorkshire  COL/PL/02/M/006/c  1750

Contents:
Plan of Brandesburton Moor, showing a portion of the Brandesburton Estate and giving details of the acreage of the land

Brandesburton, East Yorkshire  COL/PL/02/M/006/d  1781

Contents:
Plan of the Holderness Drainage, showing the area between Brandesburton and kingston-upon - Hull.
A. Bower-surveyor.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 33 chains]
Plan to accompany Acts of Parliament 1764 and 1766 for the Holderness Drainage: see schedule under Box No. 2. 6. [Emmanuel Hospital Bundle]

Brandesburton, East Yorshire  COL/PL/02/M/006/e  1842

Contents:
Plan of the township of Brandesburton, showing the layout of the surrounding land.
E. Page [Surveyor to the Enclosure Commissioners]
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 9 chains]

Brandesburton, East Yorshire  COL/PL/02/M/006/f  1855

Contents:
Ordnance Survey Map, sheet 17 of Yorkshire, showing Brandesburton.
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 10560 [1 mile = 6 inches]

Brandesburton, East Yorkshire  COL/PL/02/M/006/g  1910

Contents:
Ordnance Survey map of Yorkshire, sheet CLXXIX. 16., showing Brandesburton Moor.
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 2500 [25 inches = 1 mile]

Brandesburton, East Yorkshire  COL/PL/02/M/006/h  1910

Contents:
Ordnance Survey map of Yorkshire, Sheet CXCVI. 7., showing Starr Carr.
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 2500 [25 inches = 1 mile]

London Bridge  COL/PL/02/M/007  11 Jul 1799

Copies information: Copy at 692; loose copy of drawings among Surveyor's Bridges Plans No. 11-17.


Contents:
14 bound sheets of plans, sections and elevations of London Bridge by varying surveyors, including surveys and sections of the Thames, London Bridge and Legal Quays, and proposals for improved quays and docks.
Scale varying
Plans referred to in second Report of Select Committee upon the improvement of the Port of London.

Bunhill Fields Burial Ground, London EC4, Finsbury  COL/PL/02/N/001/a  May 1950

Former reference: Drawing No. 501/1

Contents:
Plan of Bunhill Fields Burial Ground showing proposed conversion into a public garden.
Architect: Bridgewater and Shepheard, 42, Burton Place, Berkeley Square, London W1
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 feet]

Bunhill Fields Burial Ground, London EC4, Finsbury  COL/PL/02/N/001/b  May 1950

Former reference: Drawing No. 501/2

Contents:
Coloured drawings mounted onto card showing four perspective views of the proposed conversion of the burial ground into a public garden, and including three sketches of typical strong plants which will withstand the London atmosphere.
Bridgewater and Shepheard, 42, Burton Place, Berkeley Square, London W1

Bunhill Fields Burial Ground, London EC4, Finsbury  COL/PL/02/N/001/c  May 1950

Former reference: Drawing No. 501/5

Contents:
Plan of Bunhill Fields Burial Ground as existing in 1950, showing viewpoints at which photographs and perspective sketches were taken.
Bridgewater and Shepheard, 42, Burton Place, Berkeley Square, London W1
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 feet]

Bunhill Fields Burial Ground, London EC4, Finsbury  COL/PL/02/N/001/d  1959

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office
Deposited by W.J. Paton at Town Clerk's Office, 20 Nov 1959.


Copies information: For signed copy, see plan COL/PL/02/N/001/e


Contents:
Plan of the proposed conversion of Bunhill Fields Burial Ground into a public garden under the City of London (Various Powers) Act, 1960. In Parliament Session 1959-1960.
Bridgewater and Shepheard, 42, Burton Place, W1
Printer: Cook, Hammond and Kell, Mitcham and Westminster.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 31 feet]

Bunhill Fields Burial Ground, London EC4, Finsbury  COL/PL/02/N/001/e  1959

Copies information: For deposited copy, see Plan COL/PL/02/N/1/d


Contents:
Plan of the proposed conversion of Bunhill Fields Burial Ground into a public garden under the City of London (various powers) Act, 1960. In Parliament Session 1959-1960.
Bridgewater and Shepheard, 42, Burton Place, W1
Printer: Cook, Hammond and Kell, Mitcham and Westminster
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 31 feet]
Signed by Merthyr as the plan referred to in the section of the City of London Act, 1960 numbered 25(2).

Bunhill Fields Burial Ground, London, EC4, Finsbury  COL/PL/02/N/001/g  1 Jun 1954

Former reference: Drawing No. 501/8

Contents:
Plan of Bunhill Fields Burial Ground, showings its proposed conversion into public gardens as eventually adopted.
Bridgewater and Shepheard,
42, Burton Place, Berkeley Square, London, W1
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 feet]
Plan for Report, City Lands Committee, submitted to court of common Council, 7 May 1959.

Railways: Central London and City and South London  COL/PL/02/N/002/a  18 Dec 1901

Former reference: Drawing No.C.161

Contents:
Plan showing a proposed high-level subway connecting the Bank stations of the Central London Railway and of the City and South London Railway.
2, Queen Square Place, Westminster.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 feet]

British Transport Commission, Hertford and London  COL/PL/02/N/002/b  1953

Former reference: Sheet No.5

Contents:
Plans and section of proposed works to be undertaken by the British Transport Commission for the enlargement of Monument Station Tunnel and the acquisition of additional lands at Stanborough, Hertford.
C.E. Dunton - Engineer
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 30 yards]
In Parliament Session 1953-1954.
Accompanying book of reference.

Mansion House Station  COL/PL/02/N/002/e  5 Dec 1911

Former reference: Drawing No.M.189.A

Source of acquisition: Public Health Department


Contents:
Coloured plan of proposed subways at Mansion House Station.
9, Iddesleigh Mansions, Westminster, SW
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 feet]
Submitted to Common Council, 20 Jun 1912, with Report of Streets Committee.

Cannon Street Station  COL/PL/02/N/002/f  7 Oct 1912

Former reference: Drawing No. M. 216

Source of acquisition: Public Health Department


Contents:
Plan of the subways at Cannon Street, showing the stairway at Bow Lane and the proposed alteration to the cellars.
9, Iddesleigh Mansions, Westminster, S.W
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 48 [1 inch = 4 feet]

Cannon Street  COL/PL/02/N/002/g  30 Dec 1912

Former reference: Drawing No.M.239

Source of acquisition: Public Health Department


Contents:
Plan at Street level of subways under Cannon Street from Mansion House Station
9, Iddesleigh Mansions, Westminster, S.W
Scale (standadised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 10 feet]
For revised copy, see Plan COL/PL/02/N/002/h.

Cannon Street  COL/PL/02/N/002/h  20 Jan 1913

Former reference: Drawing No.M.246

Source of acquisition: Public Health Department


Copies information: For Original copy see Plan COL/PL/02/N/002/g


Contents:
Plans at street level of subways under Cannon street from Mansion House Station.
9, Iddesleigh Mansions, Westminster, SW
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 10 feet]
Supersedes Drawing No. M.239

Cannon Street  COL/PL/02/N/002/i  20 Feb 1913

Former reference: Supersedes Drawing No. M.242

Source of acquisition: City Engineer's Department.


Copies information: For other copies see Plans COL/PL/02/N/002/g-h


Contents:
Plan at street level of subways under Cannon Street from Mansion House Station. Includes sections of the subways.
9, Iddesleigh Mansions, Westminster, SW
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 10 feet]
Drawing No. M.253A: City Engineer's Drawing No. A Z121220 A

Monument Station  COL/PL/02/N/002/k  Aug 1938

Former reference: Drawing No. M834 A

Contents:
Coloured plans at booking floor and subway level of new escalators and booking hall at Monument Station.
9, Iddesleigh House, Westminister, SW1
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brakets): [20 feet = 1 inch]
Signed by F.J. Forty, City Engineer.

Bank Station  COL/PL/02/N/002/l  6 Feb 1940

Former reference: Drawing No. F D 16A

Source of acquisition: Public Health Department


Contents:
Coloured plans and sections of proposed floodgates on the northern line of Bank Station.
9, Iddesleigh House, Westminster, SW1.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 48 [1 inch = 4 feet]
Signed by City Engineer, F.J. Forty.

Railways: Northern Line  COL/PL/02/N/002/m  Feb 1940

Former reference: Drawing No. F.P.20

Source of acquisition: Public Health Department


Contents:
Plan of the Northern Line from Moorgate to Elephant and Castle showing structure of tunnels and alteration to permanent way.
9, Iddesleigh House, Westminster, SW1.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]
Signed by F.J. Forty, City Engineer

City of London School  COL/PL/02/N/003/a  n.d

Contents:
Coloured plan of the City of London showing the site of the City of London School, proposed sites for the school, and the position of railway stations in the city.
Printer: C.F. Kell, 8, Castle Street, Holborn, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 440 feet]
See also Remembrancer's Parliamentary Vol. No. Misc 49 (556A). For contract for new school, see Comptroller's Deeds Box 240/34

City of London School  COL/PL/02/N/003/b  n.d

Contents:
Coloured block plan of proposed City of London School on the Embankment.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 29 feet]
See also Remembrancer's Parliamentary Vol. No. Misc 49(556A). For contract for new school, see Comptroller's Deeds Box 240/34.

City of London School  COL/PL/02/N/003/c  n.d

Copies information: Duplicate available: Surveyor's Institution Plan 926


Contents:
Engraving of proposed City of London School on the Embankment.

City of London School  COL/PL/02/N/003/d  n.d

Contents:
Coloured ground floor plan of proposed City of London School, scheme B.
Architect's Office, Guildhall.
Printer: C.F. Kell, Castle Street, Holborn, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

City of London School  COL/PL/02/N/003/e  n.d

Contents:
Coloured first floor plan of proposed City of London School, Scheme B.
Architect's Office, Guildhall.
Printer: C.F. Kell, Castle Street, Holborn, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

City of London School  COL/PL/02/N/003/f  n.d

Contents:
South and west elevations of proposed City of London School, Scheme C.

City of London School  COL/PL/02/N/003/g  n.d

Contents:
Coloured ground floor plan of proposed City of London School, Scheme C.
Architect's Office, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

City of London School  COL/PL/02/N/003/h  n.d

Contents:
Coloured first floor plan of proposed City of London School, Scheme C.
Architect's Office, Guildhall.
Printer: C.F. Kell, Castle Street, Holborn, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

St Bartholomew's Hospital  COL/PL/02/N/004/a  Aug 1928

Former reference: Serial No. 2236

Contents:
Coloured basement and ground floor plans of the proposed re-arrangement and additional sanitary accommodation of the out-patients department at St Bartholomew's Hospital. [Scheme No.2]
Surveyor: H. Edmund Mathews, 3, Paul's Bakehouse Court, Godliman Street, EC4.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1/8 inch = 1 foot]

St Bartholomew's Hospital  COL/PL/02/N/004/b  Aug 1928

Former reference: Serial No. 2237

Contents:
Coloured ground floor plan of proposed sanitary accommodation for out-patients department of St Bartholomew's Hospital. [Scheme No. 2]
Surveyor: H. Edmund Mathews, 3, Paul's Bakehouse Court, Godliman Street, EC4.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 12 [ 1 inch = 1 foot]

St Bartholomew's Hospital  COL/PL/02/N/004/c  Feb 1929

Former reference: Serial No. 2019

Contents:
Coloured ground floor plan of proposed special treatment centre of the out-patients department of St Bartholomew's Hospital. [Scheme No. 3]
Surveyor: H. Edmund Mathews, 3, Paul's Bakehouse Court, Godliman Street, EC4.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 48 [1 inch = 4 feet]

St Bartholomew's Hospital  COL/PL/02/N/004/d  May 1929

Former reference: Serial No. 2101

Contents:
Coloured ground floor plan of proposed special treatment centre of out-patients department at St Bartholomew's Hospital. [Scheme No. 4]
Surveyor: H. Edmund Mathews, 3, Paul's Bakehouse Court, Godliman Street, EC4.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:48 [1 inch = 4 feet]

St Bartholomew's Hospital  COL/PL/02/N/004/e  n.d

Contents:
Coloured plan and sections of drains for proposed special treatment centre on the ground floor of the out patients block, St Bartholomew's Hospital. [Scheme No. 5]
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:48 [1/4 inch = 1 foot]

St Bartholomew's Hospital  COL/PL/02/N/004/f  n.d

Contents:
Ground floor plan of proposed special treatment centre in out-patients block of St Bartholomew's Hospital.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 12 [1 inch = 1 foot]

Tower Bridge  COL/PL/02/N/005/a  May 1941

Former reference: Drawing No. 6465

Contents:
Elevations and sections of proposed strengthering of high-level footways on Tower Bridge.
Sir John Wolfe Barry and Partners, 164, Grosvenor Gardens House, Grosvenor Gardens, SW1.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 24 [1 inch = 2 feet]
Accompanying correspondence regarding condition of high-level footways, Feb-Nov 1943.

Tower Bridge  COL/PL/02/N/005/b  n.d

Former reference: Drawing No. T.B.R.2

Contents:
Elevations and sections showing proposed method of temporaily suspending cantilevers of high level footway griders on Tower Bridge. [Scheme A]
9, Iddesleigh House, Westminster, SW1.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Tower Bridge  COL/PL/02/N/005/c  n.d

Former reference: Drawing No. T.B.R.4

Contents:
Coloured elevations and section showing proposed method of temporarily suspending cantilevers of high level footway girders on Tower Bridge. [Scheme B]
9, Iddesleigh House, Westminster, SW1.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Southwark Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/N/004/a  1938

Contents:
Coloured plan of proposed roundabout for trolley buses in Queen Street and Upper Thames Street.
City Engineer's Office, Guildhall, EC2.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 528 [1 inch = 44 feet]

Southwark Bridge: Tramways  COL/PL/02/N/006/b  Nov 1938

Former reference: Scheme A 120

Contents:
Coloured plan of proposed roundabout at the junction of widened Upper Thames Street and Queen Street Place, Southwark Bridge-head.
F.J. Forty, City Engineer, Guildhall, EC2.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]

Southwark Bridge: Tramways  COL/PL/02/N/006/c  Nov 1938

Former reference: Scheme B 120

Contents:
Coloured plan of proposed roundabout at the junction of widened Upper Thames Street and Queen Street Place, Southwark Bridge-head.
F.J. Forty, City Engineer, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]

Southwark Bridge: Tramways  COL/PL/02/N/006/d  16 Nov 1938

Former reference: Scheme A.150

Contents:
Coloured plan of proposed roundabout at the junction of widened Upper Thames Street and Queen Street Place, Southwark Bridge-head.
Surveyor: F.J. Forty, City Engineer, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]

Southwark Bridge: Tramways  COL/PL/02/N/006/e  15 Nov 1938

Former reference: Scheme B 150

Contents:
Coloured plan of proposed roundabout at the junction of widened Upper Thames Street and Queen Street Place, Southwark Bridge-head.
F.J. Forty, City Engineer, Guildhall, EC2.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 1056 [inch = 88 feet]

Mansell Street  COL/PL/02/N/007/a  Sep 1909

Contents:
Coloured plan of freehold building sites in Mansell Street, giving lot numbers and area measurements.
City Engineer's Office, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 132 [1 inch = 11 feet]

Mansell Street  COL/PL/02/N/007/b  n.d

Contents:
Coloured plan showing proposed improvement of Mansell Street.
D.J. Ross, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 264 [1 inch = 22 feet]

Aldgate  COL/PL/02/N/007/c  1913

Contents:
Ordnance Survey map, London Sheet VII.67, showing the Aldgate and Mansell Street area.
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]

Aldgate High Street  COL/PL/02/N/007/d  n.d

Contents:
Coloured plan of proposed improvement of Aldgate High Street.
City Engineer, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 264 [1 inch = 22 feet]
Endorsement: 'Copies sent to Ministry of Transport and London County Council, 24 December 1929'.

Leadenhall Street  COL/PL/02/N/007/e  19 Dec 1867

Contents:
Coloured plan of proposed improvement at the junction of Leadenhall Street and Fenchurch Street for the Commissioners of Sewers.
Mr. Haywood, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 264 [1 inch = 22 feet]

Leadenhall Street, 57-58  COL/PL/02/N/007/f  Jul 1915

Contents:
Coloured ground, first, second and third floor plans of 57-58 Leadenhall Street, showing portions of rear buildings now let.
E.E.Finch, Engineer's Office, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Leadenhall Street  COL/PL/02/N/007/g  Jul 1916

Source of acquisition: Public Health Department


Contents:
Coloured plan of proposed improvement of Leadenhall Street between Shaft's Court and St Mary's Axe.
E.E.Finch, City Engineer, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1/8 inch = 1 foot]

Leadenhall Street  COL/PL/02/N/007/h  30 Sep 1913

Contents:
Coloured plan of improvement of Leadenhall Street.
City Engineer, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 264 [1 inch = 22 feet]

Aldgate High Street: Bull Inn Yard  COL/PL/02/N/007/k  1890

Contents:
Plan of Bull Inn Yard, off Aldgate High Street, showing surrounding premises to be sold by auction in 4 lots.
Printer: V. Davy and Sons, 137 Long Acre, WC

Mincing Lane  COL/PL/02/N/007/l  1847

Contents:
Plan of vaceint ground at the junction of Mincing Lane and Fenchurch Street, showing the plot of land required by the commissioners of Sewers for street improvements.

Painter Stainers' Hall  COL/PL/02/N/008/a  Aug 1949 - Sep 1949

Former reference: Drawing No. 430/10

Contents:
Coloured basement, ground and first floor plan of Painter Stainer's Hall as existing in 1939.
Architect: G.W. Turnball and Partners, 48, Cannon Street, London, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Painter Stainers' Hall  COL/PL/02/N/008/b  Aug 1949 - Sep 1949

Former reference: Drawing No. 430/11

Contents:
Coloured second, third and fourth floor plan of Painter Stainer's Hall as existing in 1939.
B.W. Turnbull and Partners, 48, Cannon Street, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Painter Stainers' Hall  COL/PL/02/N/008/c  Aug 1949 - Sep 1949

Former reference: Drawing No. 430/12

Contents:
Sections of the court room, livery hall and offices of Painter Stainer's Hall as existing in 1939.
Architect: B.W. Turnbull and Partners, 48, Cannon Street, London, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Painter Stainers' Hall  COL/PL/02/N/008/d  Aug 1949

Former reference: Drawing No. 430/006/1

Contents:
Plan of lower ground, ground and mezzanine floor of the proposed new livery hall for Painter Stainer's Hall.
B.W. Turnbull and Partners, 48, Cannon Street, London, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Painter Stainers' Hall  COL/PL/02/N/008/e  Aug 1949

Former reference: Drawing No. 430/007/1

Contents:
Plan of first, second and third floor of the proposed new livery hall for Painter Stainers' Hall.
B.W. Turnbull and Partners, 48, Cannon Street, London, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Painter Stainers' Hall  COL/PL/02/N/008/f  Aug 1949

Former reference: Drawing No. 430/008/1

Contents:
Section of the proposed new livery hall for Painter Stainers' Hall.
B.W. Turnbull and Partners, 48, Cannon Street, London, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Painter Stainers' Hall  COL/PL/02/N/008/g  Aug 1949

Former reference: Drawing No. 430/009/1

Contents:
Block plan and basement plan of proposed new livery hall for Painter Stainers' Hall.
B.W. Turnbull and Partners, 48, Cannon Street, London, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

London Bridge  COL/PL/02/O/001/a  [c. 1832]

Contents:
22 sheets of plans of New London Bridge showing various designs for approaches to the bridge.
Printer: The Lithograph Press, 8, Pickett Street, Strand, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]
For a large number of elevations of projected buildings for the bridge approaches, see series of plans 300.A.1. (Previously Plan Drawer P)

London Bridge  COL/PL/02/O/001/b  18 Sep 1827

Contents:
4 copies of coloured sections of proposed improved line of approaches to New London Bridge.
W. Rennie.
Printer: The Lithograph Press, 8, Pickett Street, Strand, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 1036 [1 inch = 8 feet]

London Bridge  COL/PL/02/O/002/a  n.d

Former reference: No. 26

Contents:
Sections of the approaches to New London Bridge, showing the height of the street.
W. Rennie.

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/002/b  20 May 1832

Former reference: No. 46

Contents:
Plan of proposed approach by New London Bridge Committee from West end of Cornhill.
Peter Jeffery, Office of Works, Guildhall
Printer; C. Firth, 24, Birchin Lane, Cornhill.
Attached petition from 'inhabitants and citizens' of London.

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/002/c  16 Mar 1827

Contents:
Plan and elevations showing proposed new roads for the improvement of London from New London Bridge to Moorgate.
Architect: Peter Jeffery, 81, Cheapside.
Printer: Jardine and Company, 1, Birchin Lane.

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/002/d  n.d

Former reference: No. 2

Contents:
Coloured plan showing property on each side of the River Thames which may be affected by proposed approaches to New London Bridge.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 92 feet]

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/002/e  n.d

Former reference: No. 8

Contents:
Coloured plan of property in Pepper Alley, off High Street Borough and the approach to New London Bridge.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 28 feet]

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/002/f  25 Jun 1831

Contents:
Plan showing Fish Street Hill and other roads leading to the Monument, giving dimensions of the road areas.

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/002/g  n.d

Former reference: No. 13

Contents:
Coloured plan showing Fish Street Hill and roads radiating from the Monument, giving dimensions of the roads.

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/002/h  7 Nov 1829

Former reference: No. 7

Contents:
Coloured plan of Upper Thames Street, showing the property to be affected by the proposed archway over Thames Street.
John Rennie, London

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/002/j  1831

Former reference: No. 9

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
Coloured plan of the proposed approaches to New London Bridge on the City side.
John Rennie
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 feet]

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/002/k  1830

Former reference: No. 11

Contents:
Section of Upper Thames Street approaching New London Bridge.
W. Rennie
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 100 feet]

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/002/l  Feb 1832

Former reference: No. 12

Contents:
Coloured plan showing the premises in Fish Street Hill and Miles' Lane.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 feet]

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/002/m  13 Jun 1835

Former reference: No. 17

Contents:
Coloured plan of the east end of St Saviours Church, Southwark, showing the proposed enclosure.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]
Signed by leaseholders of premises in Wellington Street, Southwark.

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/002/n  n.d

Former reference: No. 24

Contents:
Coloured sections showing the approaches to New London Bridge on both the City and Borough sides.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 10 feet]

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/003/a  n.d

Former reference: No. 3

Contents:
Coloured sections of the approaches to New London Bridge showing Cannon Street, Great East Cheap, Lower Thames Street, Martin's Lane and Fish Street Hill.
Signed 'G.G.'

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/003/b  n.d

Former reference: No. 1

Contents:
Coloured plan of the proposed approach to New London Bridge
Signed by 'G.G.'

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/003/c  n.d

Former reference: No. 2

Contents:
Simplified plan showing three alternative proposals for a route from the foot of New London Bridge to No. 39 Gracechurch Street.
Signed by 'G.G.'

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/003/d  n.d

Former reference: No. VII; No. 4

Contents:
Coloured plan of proposed new street from the Bank of England to New London Bridge.
Architect: George Allen, 89, Tooley Street.

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/003/e  May 1831

Former reference: No. 6

Contents:
Plan of the approaches to New London Bridge on the Surrey side, showing a suggested improvement for the transportation of heavy goods.
Joseph Tidmarsh, 6, Earl Place, Lambeth.
Attached letter of correspondence from J. Tidmarsh to the Committee of New London Bridge, 5 May 1831.

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/003/f  26 Aug 1828

Former reference: No. 8

Contents:
Coloured plan showing an 'economical mode' of forming the approaches to New London Bridge, including a branch street towards Upper Thames Street from the new bridge.
Architect: George Allen, 69, Tooley Street.

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/003/g  1827

Former reference: No. 3

Contents:
Coloured plan of proposed approach to New London Bridge, City side.
George Allen, 69, Tooley Street.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 28 feet]

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/003/h  16 Mar 1827

Former reference: No.5

Contents:
Plan and elevations of proposed approaches to New London Bridge from Bank and Lothbury.
Artist: Peter Jeffery.
Printer; Jardine and Company, 1, Birchin Lane.

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/003/j  Oct 1828

Former reference: No. 10

Contents:
Coloured plan of proposed approaches to New London Bridge, City side.
Architect: George Allen, 69, Tooley Street, Southwark.

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/003/k  19 Nov 1828

Former reference: No. 11

Contents:
Coloured plan of approaches to New London Bridge.
Architect: Foist
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 40 feet]

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/004/a  n.d

Former reference: No. 68

Contents:
Coloured sections of the approaches to New London Bridge, showing Thames Street, Miles Lane, St Martin's Lane, Fish Street Hill and Pudding Lane.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 feet]
Signed by John Rennie.

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/004/b  n.d

Former reference: No. 67

Contents:
Unmarked plan showing the proposed approaches to New London Bridge.
Signed by John Rennie.

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/004/c  31 Mar 1829

Former reference: No.66

Contents:
Coloured plan and section of the proposed approach to New London Bridge.
John Rennie, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 13 feet]

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/004/d  n.d

Former reference: No.65

Contents:
Coloured plan of proposed approaches to New London Bridge, City side.
John Rennie.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 feet]

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/004/e  n.d

Former reference: No.64

Contents:
Coloured plan of proposed approaches to New London Bridge, City Side.
John Rennie.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 feet]

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/004/f  31 Mar 1829

Former reference: No.63

Contents:
Coloured plan of the proposed approach to New London Bridge, Southwark side.
John Rennie, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 13 feet]

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/004/g  n.d

Former reference: No.62

Contents:
Coloured sections of approach to New London Bridge City side.
John Rennie

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/004/h  n.d

Former reference: No.60

Contents:
Coloured plan of the proposed approaches to New London Bridge on the Southwark side.
John Rennie
Coloured plan of proposed approaches to New London Bridge City side. [1 inch = 21 feet]

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/004/j  Oct 1828

Former reference: No.16

Contents:
Coloured plan of the premises between Fish Street Hill, Upper Thames Street, Miles Lane, and Great East Cheap.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 feet]

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/004/k  Dec 1831

Former reference: No.84

Contents:
Coloured plan of proposed new street from Upper Thames Street.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 feet]

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/004/l  Jan 1832

Contents:
Coloured plan of proposed new road from Upper Thames Street showing premises to be affected.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standadised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 feet]

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/004/m  n.d

Contents:
Rough coloured plan of proposed road from Upper Thomas Street.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 feet]

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/004/n  n.d

Contents:
Rough plan of Arthur Street, from Fish Street Hill to King William Street, showing adjoining property.

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/005/01-10  n.d

Contents:
10 copies of plan showing the property on both sides of the River Thames which may be affected by the proposed approaches to New London Bridge, each copy showing variations in annotations and properties highlighted.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 90 feet]
All copies signed by John Rennie.

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/006/a  n.d

Former reference: No. 138

Contents:
Coloured sections of the inclined planes towards New London Bridge on the Southwark side.
John Rennie.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 feet]

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/006/b  n.d

Former reference: No. 106

Contents:
Coloured plan of the approaches to New London Bridge, Southwark side, showing the adjoining premises.
John Rennie
London.

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/006/c  n.d

Former reference: No. 130

Contents:
Plan and elevation of archways on the proposed approach to New London Bridge.
John Rennie
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 5 feet]

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/006/d  n.d

Former reference: No. 105

Contents:
Coloured, unmarked plan of proposed approaches to New London Bridge.
John Rennie
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 feet]

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/006/e  31 Mar 1829

Former reference: No. 104

Contents:
Plan of the approaches to New London Bridge, Southwark side, showing the inclined planes for the approaches.
John Rennie
London.

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/006/f  n.d

Former reference: No. 87

Contents:
Coloured plan of the approaches to New London Bridge, Southwark side, showing the adjoining premises.

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/006/g  1828

Former reference: No. 9

Contents:
Coloured plan of proposed approaches to New London Bridge, City side, showing adjoining premises.
Signed by 'G.S.'

London Bridge: Approaches, Surrey, Southwark  COL/PL/02/O/006/h  n.d

Former reference: No. 80

Contents:
Plan of High Street Borough, Southwark, showing St Thomas' Hospital and Joiners Street.
John Rennie

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/006/j  22 Jun 1831

Former reference: No. 139

Contents:
Coloured plan of the proposed approaches to New London Bridge on the Southwark side of the River Thames, showing adjoining premises.
John Rennie
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 21 feet]

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/007/a  n.d

Former reference: No. 175

Contents:
Coloured plan showing proposed approaches to New London Bridge. [Scheme 3]
John Rennie
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/007/b  n.d

Former reference: No. 178

Contents:
Coloured plan showing proposed approaches to New London Bridge. [Scheme 4]
John Rennie
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/007/c  Jul 1828

Contents:
Coloured plan of the approach to New London Bridge [Scheme 3] showing the directions in which vehicles would probably move to reach their several destinations.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:264 [1 inch = 28 feet]

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/O/007/d  Jul 1828

Former reference: No. 14

Contents:
Coloured plan of the approach to New London Bridge [Scheme 4] showing the directions in which vehicles would probably move to reach their several destinations.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:264 [1 inch = 22 feet]

Deptford Pumping Station, Kent, Deptford  COL/PL/02/Q/001/b  Feb 1854

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
Plan of ground proposed to be taken for a pumping station by the Metropolitan Commission of Sewers at Deptford.
J.W. Bazalgette, Engineer
Printer: Standidge and Company, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]

Railways: City of London  COL/PL/02/Q/001/c  1854

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
Coloured plan of the City of London showing sewers and railways recommended by the Joint Committee of the House of Lords and House of Common, Session 1863-1864
William Haywood, Engineer and Surveyor to the Commission.
Printer: Standidge and Company, Old Jewry, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 220 feet]

South Western Railway Company: Nine Elms Wharf  COL/PL/02/Q/001/d  12 Jan 1854

Former reference: No. 7

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
Coloured plan showing the proposed extension of the walls of the River Thames at Nine Elms Wharf.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 40 feet]

St Pauls Churchyard  COL/PL/02/Q/001/e  1856

Former reference: No. 59

Contents:
Coloured plan of St Paul's Churchyard showing the premises of Mr Nathan, numbers 27 to 30.

Houndsditch: Sewer  COL/PL/02/Q/001/f  1 Mar 1836

Contents:
Coloured plan and sections of the proposed sewer for Houndsditch.

City of London: Railways  COL/PL/02/Q/001/g  1863

Contents:
Coloured plan by Cassell of London, Central Sheet, showing the railways and street improvements projected and in progress in the City of London, session 1863-1864.
Artist: Edward Weller, 34, Red Lion Square, London.
Publisher: Cassell, Petter and Galpin, Belle Sauvage Yard, Ludgate Hill, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [9 inches = 1 mile]

City of London: Railways  COL/PL/02/Q/001/h  13 Apr 1864

Contents:
Ordnance Survey map of London, Sheet VII.SE, showing railway lines open, in course of construction, recommended by the Joint Committee, and lines now proposed.
Ordnance Survey, Southampton
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 5280 [12 inches = 1 mile]

Staines Railway Bridge, Surrey, Staines  COL/PL/02/Q/002/a  3 Jun 1854

Former reference: No. 9

Contents:
Coloured plan and section of proposed railway bridge at Staines for the staines, Wokingham and Woking Railway.
John Gardner, Engineer
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 feet]

Eastern Counties Railway  COL/PL/02/Q/002/b  9 Feb 1853

Contents:
2 sheets of plans and sections of railways from the North Woolwich Railway to Ham Creek and the River Thames in Galleons Reach. Session 1852-1853.
C.F. Cheffins, Surveyors
George P. Bidder, London, Engineer.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 6 chains]

Eastern Counties Railway  COL/PL/02/Q/002/c  9 Feb 1853

Contents:
Coloured plans and elevations of the proposed viaduct and works in crossing the River Lee, Waterworks Stream and the Channelsea River.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 48 [1 inch = 4 feet]

Charing Cross Bridge  COL/PL/02/Q/002/d  1853

Former reference: No. 2

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
Plan and section of (having Cross Bridge, showing proposed widening and conversion into horse and carriage bridge and alteration of existing approaches.
Printer: J.R. Jobbins, 3, Warwick Court.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:528 [1 inch = 44 feet]
See Plan COL/PL/02/Q/002/e for 1856 copy.

Chaving Cross Bridge  COL/PL/02/Q/002/e  1856

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
4 sheets of plans and sections of Chaving Cross Bridge, showing proposed widening and conversion into horse and carriage bridge and alteration of existing approaches.
P. Prichard Baly, Engineer
Printer: J.R. Jobbins, 3, Warwick Court, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:528 [1 inch = 44 feet]
See Plan COL/PL/02/Q/002/d for 1853 copy

Tower Royal  COL/PL/02/Q/003/b  16 Feb 1849

Contents:
Coloured plan, elevation and section of the premises of Mr. Robert Collins in Tower Royal.
John Young
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:48 [1 inch = 4 feet]

Southwark Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/Q/003/c  4 Mar 1834

Former reference: No. 47

Contents:
Plan of proposed street from Mansion House to Upper Thames Street to be named Trafalgar Street.
Peter Jeffery, 43, Bread Street, London.
Printer: Standidge and Lemon, 77, Cornhill, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 50 feet]

London Bridge: Approaches  COL/PL/02/Q/003/d  1829

Former reference: No. 87

Contents:
Coloured plan of street from Tower Hill to Bridge Street, Blackfriars.
William Bowser, Junior.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 40 yards]
Attached list of advantages of a 'City Commercial Line' between Tower Hill and Bridge Street.

North London Junction Railway  COL/PL/02/Q/003/e  n.d

Contents:
View of the City of London showing proposed terminus of the North London Junction Railway at Moorgate and Bank.
G.P. Bidder, Engineer
N. Whittock, Engraver

London Bridge: River Bed  COL/PL/02/Q/003/f  12 May 1834

Former reference: No. 14

Contents:
Coloured section of the river bed of the Thames under the old London Bridge, showing the section taken in 1820 before the old bridge was removed, and the section taken in 1834.
Jolliffe and Banks.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 10 feet]

Holloway, Middlesex, Holloway  COL/PL/02/Q/003/g  n.d

Former reference: No. 19

Contents:
Plan of the estate at Holloway belonging to the Corporation of the Sons of the Clergy in 1852.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 2 chains]

Wood Street  COL/PL/02/Q/003/h  Apr 1840

Contents:
Coloured plan of the ground floor of premises belonging to Messrs. Brettle and Company, showing adjoining premises in Gutter Lane and Huggin Lane.
Surveyor: Burton and Sons, Aldersgate Street.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

London, Tilbury and Southend Railway  COL/PL/02/Q/003/k  Feb 1854

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
Coloured plans and sections of the London, Tilbury and Southend Railway showing the bridge or viaduct over Rainham Creek.

Debtors Prison  COL/PL/02/Q/003/l  [c. 1791]

Contents:
Ground plan of new Debtors Prison for London and Middlesex.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:92 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Southwark Bridge: Reconstruction  COL/PL/02/Q/003/m  1911

Former reference: Plan Drawer 1 Roll 4

Contents:
Parliamentary plan of the proposed reconstruction of Southwark Bridge, and the construction of St Paul's Bridge and approaches.
Ordnance Survey Office
Printer: Robert J. Coole and Hammond, 2-3, Tothill Street, Westminster.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:2500 [1 mile = 25 inches]
Deposited Parliamentary Plan at 83.D.3.

Emmanuel Hospital  COL/PL/02/Q/004/c  1875

Former reference: Q.4.d

Contents:
Coloured plan of the property in Little James Street and Palace Street, showing the sites of Emmanuel Hospital and United Westminster Schools.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 62 feet]

Emmanuel Hospital, Westminster  COL/PL/02/Q/004/d  1875

Contents:
Coloured plan of the property in Little James Street and Palace Street, showing the site of Emmanuel Hospital and United Westminster School.
2 copies, with different annotations.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 90 feet]

Emmanuel Hospital, Westminster  COL/PL/02/Q/004/e  Feb 1820

Contents:
Plan of the garden grounds behind Emmanuel Hospital.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 48 feet]

Emmanuel Hospital Site, Westminster  COL/PL/02/Q/004/f  n.d

Contents:
Coloured plan of proposed new barracks at the west end of Victoria Street, in connection with Westminster improvement Scheme.

Emmanuel Hospital Site, Westminster  COL/PL/02/Q/004/g  Mar 1817

Former reference: Box 16

Contents:
Coloured plan of the garden grounds of Emmanuel Hospital with tenants' names and rents.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 48 feet]

Emmanuel Hospital Site, Westminster  COL/PL/02/Q/004/h  Feb 1820

Contents:
Coloured plan of the garden grounds behind Emmanuel Hospital, showing present and proposed site for Master's garden, proposed playground and small enclosure to be made.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 48 feet]
For earlier copy, see COL/PL/02/Q/4/g

London Bridge  COL/PL/02/Q/005/a  n.d

Contents:
Copy of an engraving by Major G. Yates in 1823 of the west side of London Bridge after the removal of the water works.
Printer: R. Martin and Company, 74, St Martin's Lane, London.

London Bridge  COL/PL/02/Q/005/b  n.d

Contents:
Copy of an engraving by Hollar of London Bridge in 1647.
Printer: R. Martin, 124, High Holborn, London.

London Bridge  COL/PL/02/Q/005/c  n.d

Contents:
Copy of an engraving by S. and N. Buck of the west side of London Bridge, with the waterworks, in 1749.
Printer: R. Martin, 124, High Holborn, London.

London Bridge  COL/PL/02/Q/005/d  n.d

Contents:
Copy of engraving by Sutton Nicholls of the west side of London Bridge in 1710.
Printer: R. Martin, 124, High Holborn.

London Bridge  COL/PL/02/Q/005/e  1830s

Contents:
4 Sheets of plans, sections and elevations of New London Bridge, including a copy of an engraving of Old London Bridge in 1823 by Major G. Yates.
Architect: Sir John Rennie
Printer: R. Martin and Company, 26, Long Acre, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 100 feet]

Sewers: Surrey and Kent  COL/PL/02/Q/006  1853?

Contents:
Coloured plan of the districts drained by watercourses discharging into the River Thames in various parishes of Kent and Surrey, being a portion under the jurisdiction of the Commissioners of Sewers.
Printer: Standidge and Company, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 650 feet]

London Bridge  COL/PL/02/Q/007/a  1970

Former reference: Publication No. 113

Contents:
7 Sheets of reproductions of drawings by E.W. Cooke, RA., of Old and New London Bridge from 1826 to 1832.
Reproduced from originals in possession of Guildhall Art Gallery.
London Topographical Society (Publishers), 50, Grove Lane, London, SE5.
Printer: Cotswold Collotype Co. Ltd, Gloucestershire, England.

Finsbury: Artillery Ground and Fields  COL/PL/02/Q/007/b  1977

Former reference: Publication No. 120

Contents:
5 plates of reproductions of 2 maps of the artillery ground and fields at Finsbury from 1641 and 1705.
Reproduced from originals in possession of the Corporation of London.
London Topographical society (Publishers), 50, Grove Lane, London, SE5.
Printer: Headley Brothers Ltd., 109, Kingsway, London, WC2B 6PX.
For plan of artillery ground, 1641, see comptroller's City Lands Plan No. 80-9A, Neg. BF 82 Prints D33.
Accompanying commentary by James R. Sewell, achivist for corporation of London

Kentish Town, Camden  COL/PL/02/Q/007/c  1986

Former reference: Publication No. 133

Contents:
26 panels reproducing The Kentish Town Panorama, drawn by James Frederick King between 1848 and 1855.
London Topographical Society (Publishers), 3, Meadow Gate, London, NW11 7LA.
Printer: Westerham Press
Accompanied by commentary by John Richardson.
Presented by Miss. B.R. Masters.

Greater London: Poverty in 1889  COL/PL/02/Q/007/d  1984

Former reference: Publication No. 130

Contents:
4 Coloured sheets reproducing the descriptive map of London Poverty made by Charles Booth in 1889.
Showing streets coloured to indicate lowest class, very poor, poor, mixed, fairly comfortable, well-to-do, upper-middle, and upper classes.
London Topographical Society (Publishers), 3, Meadway Gate, London, NW11 7LA
Printer: Code, Hammond & Kell Ltd, Mitcham, Surrey.
Accompanying introduction by David A. Reeder.
Presented by Miss B.R. Masters.

London and South Western Railway, Survey  COL/PL/02/R/001/a  1854

Former reference: No. 3

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office
Received at Town clerk's office by Navigation Committee, 30 Jan 1855.


Contents:
4 sheets of Plans and sections showing proposed improvements to the London and South Western Railway at Basingstoke and Salisbury, Nine Elms station, Clapham Station, and Thames Embankment.
J.E. Errington, Engineer
Printer: Waterlow and Sons, 65-68, London Wall, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]

London and Manchester Railway  COL/PL/02/R/001/b  1845

Contents:
9 sheets of plans and sections showing the proposed extension of the London and Manchester Railway from Islington to Farringdon Street.
Engineers: Sir John Rennie, John V. Rastrick, George Remington
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 2 chains]

London and Manchester Railway  COL/PL/02/R/001/c  20 Jun 1842

Contents:
Plan of Greater London showing the line of the proposed extension of the London and Manchester Railway from Islington to Farringdon Street.
Surveyor: Horwood ?
Publisher; James Wyld, Charing Cross East, London.
Laid before Committee, 15 Dec 1845.

Metropolitan Railway, Middlesex  COL/PL/02/R/001/d  Nov 1854

Former reference: Surveyor's Miscellaneous Plan 46A

Source of acquisition: Surveyor's Department


Contents:
3 sheets of plans and sections of the Metropolitan Railway showing the stations and its connections with other railways, and the proposed alteration of line and levels in the City of London and Clerkenwell.
John Fowler, Engineer
Printer: Day and Son, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 130 links]

Grand Surrey Canal Company, Surrey  COL/PL/02/R/002/a  1854

Former reference: No. 1

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office
Received by Town Clerk from Navigation Committee, 30 January 1855.


Contents:
2 sheets of Plans and sections of the Grand Surrey Canal showing proposed construction of a new entrance from the Thames, new docks and ponds, alteration of Rotherhithe Street, and filling up of Kings Mill Stream. Parliamentary Session 1854-1855.
Printer: Day and Son, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 170 feet]

London Docks: Shadwell ,Essex  COL/PL/02/R/002/b  30 Dec 1853

Former reference: No. 4

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
3 sheets of coloured plans and sections showing the proposed new entrance to the London Docks at Shadwell.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 35 feet]

Thames Haven: Dock and Railway, Essex  COL/PL/02/R/002/c  1856

Contents:
2 sheets of plans and sections showing the proposed docks and railway extension at Thames Haven.
George Berkley, Engineer
C.F. Cheffins, Surveyor
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 4 chains]

Victoria London Docks, Essex  COL/PL/02/R/002/d  1853

Former reference: No. 6

Contents:
Plan and section of the proposed new docks in continuation to Victoria London Docks.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 6 chains]

Greenwich and South Eastern Docks, Kent  COL/PL/02/R/002/e  1853

Former reference: No. 1

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
2 sheets of plan and sections of the proposed Greenwich and South Eastern Docks. Parliamentary Session 1853-1854
George Remington, Engineer
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 3 chains]
Plan showing general site of docks at Misc. MSS. 315.6

Victoria London Docks, Essex and Kent  COL/PL/02/R/002/f  1857

Contents:
Plan and sections of Victoria Docks, showing proposed new cut and entrance into the River Thamas in Woolwich Reach.
C.E. Cheffins, Surveyor, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 6 chains]

Victoria London Docks, Essex  COL/PL/02/R/002/g  16 Feb 1857

Former reference: No. 31

Contents:
Coloured plan of proposed new entrance to Victoria Docks, showing enlarged plan and section.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 260 feet]

River Nene, Norfolk, Cambridge and the Isle of Ely  COL/PL/02/R/003/a  1847

Contents:
7 sheets of plans and sections showing proposed improvements and drainage to the River Nene. Parliamentary Session 1847 - 1848.
Printer: C.F. Cheffins, Southampton Buildings, Holborn.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [4 inches = 1 mile]

Moorfield Canal, Middlesex and Hertfordshire  COL/PL/02/R/003/b  1773

Contents:
Plan and section of proposed navigable canal from Moorfields into the River Lee at Wattham Abbey.
Surveyor: Robert Whitworth
Printer: Faden and Jefferys.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [3 inches = 1 mile]
Two copper plates at bottom of Plan Drawer 2.

Tower Street, 65-67  COL/PL/02/R/003/c  19 Apr 1853

Contents:
2 copies of coloured plan of premises at the corner of Tower Street and Moor Street showing improvements, each with different annotations.
Architect/Surveyor: H.R. Abraham, 11, Howard Street, Strand.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 5 feet]

St Margarets Hill  COL/PL/02/R/003/d  [c. 1700]

Contents:
Coloured plan of the Court House, Watchhouse, Cage, Stocks and Pump at St Margarets Hill.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

St Georges Circus  COL/PL/02/R/003/e  Sep 1881

Former reference: No. 1

Contents:
Coloured plan of Bridge House Property in St Georges Circus, Blackfriars Road and Warwick Street.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 528 [1 inch = 44 feet]
Endorsed: 'B.H. Committee, Opthalmic Hospital, 14 July 1881.'

St Georges Circus  COL/PL/02/R/003/f  n.d

Former reference: No. 28

Contents:
Coloured Plan of the Royal South London Ophthalmic Hospital.
G.W. Barnard, Lambeth.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]
Endorsed: 'Petition 2nd December 1880.'

St George's Fields  COL/PL/02/R/003/g  n.d

Contents:
Coloured ground plans of boys and girls schools erected by the British and Foreign School Society in the Borough Road, St George's Fields.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 10 feet]

Dagenham Dock, Essex, Dagenham  COL/PL/02/R/004/a  1854 - 1855

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
Plan of Dagenham Dock showing proposed basin and lock.
George Remington, Engineer
Printer: Martin and Hood, 8, Great Newport Street, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 5 chains]

Isle of Dogs Dock, Isle of Dogs  COL/PL/02/R/004/b  c. 1800

Contents:
Coloured plan of proposed dock for colliers in the Isle of Dogs.
Charles Rowland, Harbour Master
Printer: J.S. Bridewood, 47, Threadneedle Street, London.

Ratcliff Docks  COL/PL/02/R/004/c  1794

Contents:
Plan of the London Docks showing the proposed docks at Ratcliff and the cut from New Gravel Lane to Blackwell.
Surveyor: Daniel Alexander
Printer: J. Cary

London Docks: Legal Quays  COL/PL/02/R/004/d  c.1800

Contents:
Coloured plan of the Legal Quays between Old London Bridge and the Tower, showing proposed improvements.
Surveyors Office, Guildhall.
Printer: R. Metcalf, 127, Bunhill Row.

London Dock: Poplar  COL/PL/02/R/004/e  1813

Former reference: No. 3

Contents:
Coloured section of the London Docks at Poplar.
Office of Works, Guildhall
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 1 foot, 2 inches]

East County Dock  COL/PL/02/R/004/f  1812 - 1814

Contents:
Coloured plan and section of a lock in East County Dock.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 48 [1 inch = 4 feet]

Ludgate Hill: London Coffee House, Hotel and Tavern  COL/PL/02/R/005/a  1812

Contents:
Coloured title page to series of plans and drawings of the London Coffee House owned by John Leech.
George Jennegan

Ludgate Hill: London Coffee House  COL/PL/02/R/005/b  1812

Contents:
Coloured elevation of the front of the London Coffee House.
George Jennegan

Ludgate Hill: London Coffee House  COL/PL/02/R/005/c  1812

Contents:
Coloured basement plan of the London Coffee House.
George Jennegan
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 7 feet]

Ludgate Hill: London Coffee House  COL/PL/02/R/005/d  1812

Contents:
Coloured ground floor plan of the London Coffee House.
George Jennegan.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 7 feet]

Ludgate Hill: London Coffee House  COL/PL/02/R/005/e  1812

Contents:
Coloured one pair floor plan of the London Coffee House.
George Jennegan
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 7 feet]

Ludgate Hill: London Coffee House  COL/PL/02/R/005/f  1812

Contents:
Coloured two pair floor plan of the London Coffee House.
George Jennegan
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 7 feet]

Ludgate Hill: London Coffee House  COL/PL/02/R/005/g  1812

Contents:
Coloured three pair floor plan of the London Coffee House.
George Jennegan.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 7 feet]

Ludgate Hill: London Coffee House  COL/PL/02/R/005/h  1812

Contents:
Coloured attic floor plan of the London Coffee House.
George Jennegan
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 7 feet]

Ludgate Hill: London Coffee House  COL/PL/02/R/005/i  1812

Contents:
Coloured roof plan of the London Coffee House.
George Jennegan
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 7 feet]

Ludgate Hill: London Coffee House  COL/PL/02/R/005/j  1812

Contents:
Coloured general plan of the London Coffee House showing the tenures of the ground covered by the premises.
George Jennegan.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 7 feet]

Metropolitan and Metropolitan District Railways  COL/PL/02/R/006/a(i)  Nov 1878

Former reference: Surveyor's Miscellaneous Plans 62

Contents:
11 Sheets of plans and sections showing the proposed City lines and extensions to the Metropolitan and Metropolitan District Railways. In Parliamentary Session 1879.
Architect's Office, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 70 links]

Metropolitan and Metropolitan District Railways  COL/PL/02/R/006/a(ii)  28 Jan 1879

Contents:
Plan of the City of London showing the proposed route of the City Lines and extensions.
Architect's Office, Guildhall.
Printer: Standidge and Company, Old Jewry, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 220 feet]

Metropolitan Railway, Middlesex  COL/PL/02/R/006/c  Nov 1864

Source of acquisition: City Solicitor's Dept.


Contents:
2 sheets of plans and sections showing additional lands for the proposed alteration of the western extension of the Metropolitan Railway.
John Fowler, Engineer
Printer: Kell Brothers, 8, Castle Street, Holborn.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 140 links]

Great Western and Brentford Railway, Middlesex  COL/PL/02/R/007/a  1854

Former reference: No. 2

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
5 sheets of plans and sections of the Great Western and Brentford (Thames Junction) Railway.
I. K. Brunel, Engineer
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 6 chains]

London City and Finsbury Borough Railways, Middlesex  COL/PL/02/R/007/b  1852

Former reference: No. 8

Contents:
5 sheets of plans and sections showing improvements to the London City and Finsbury Borough Railways. In Parliament, Session 1852-1853.
J. Hargrave Stevens, Architect, Clement's Inn, Strand.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [3/4 inch = 1 chain]

London City and Finsbury Borough Railways, Middlesex  COL/PL/02/R/007/c  1852

Former reference: No. 3

Contents:
10 sheets of plans and sections showing improvements to the London City and Finsbury Borough Railways. In Parliament Session 1852.
J. Hargreave Stevens, Architect, St Clements Inn, Strand.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [3/4 inch = 1 chain]

Thames and Medway Railway, Kent  COL/PL/02/R/008/a  1856

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
5 sheets of plans and sections showing the Thames and Medway Railway from Shorne Fort to Frindsbury Road, Chatham and Strood. In Parliament, Session 1856-1857.
Engineers: A.H. Fernandez; J.C. Hadden
Printer: J.R. Jobbins, 3, Warwick Court, Holborn.

Southwark Bridge Railway  COL/PL/02/R/008/b  29 Nov 1845

Contents:
4 sheets showing the proposed Southwark Bridge Railway from Bucklesbury to Southwark.
Charles Vignoles, Engineer
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 1 chain]
Attached book of reference

Westminster Terminus Railway, Surrey, Clapham and Battersea  COL/PL/02/R/008/c  1853

Former reference: No.8

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
7 sheets of plans and sections of the proposed railway from Grey Coat Hospital, Westminster, to Clapham and the Crystal Palace. In Parliament, Session 1853-1854
J.C. Hadden, Engineer
Printer: J.R. Jobbins, Warwick Court.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]

Guildhall  COL/PL/02/S/001/a  19 May 1884

Contents:
Plan of the Guildhall, showing the principal offices and rooms, and including a tracing with coloured areas highlighted.
Architect's Office, Guildhall.
Printer: W. Griggs, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 24 feet]

Guildhall  COL/PL/02/S/001/b  15 Jul 1885

Former reference: Nos. 1,2,and 3 of Plan B amended.

Contents:
3 sheets of coloured plans showing the proposed rebuilding and rearrangement of the offices north of the Guildhall and west of the new Council Chamber.
Architect's Office, Guildhall.
C.F. Kell, 8, Castle Street, Holborn, London, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 32 feet]

Guildhall  COL/PL/02/S/001/c  1885

Former reference: Nos. 1, 2, and 3 of Plan B amended.

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
3 sheets of coloured plans showing the ground floor, first floor and second floor of the proposed rebuilding and rearrangement of offices north of the Guildhall.
Architect's Office, Guildhall.
C.F. Kell, 8, Castle Street, Holborn, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 16 feet]
Attached printed report by the architect, 30 Nov 1885.

Guildhall: Common Council Chamber  COL/PL/02/S/001/d  n.d

Contents:
Print of a drawing of the new Council Chamber in the Guildhall, designed by Horace Jones, architect.
Printer: C.F. Kell, 8, Castle Street, Holborn, London, EC
Printed in The Builder, 1 Dec, 1883.

Guildhall: Common Council Chamber  COL/PL/02/S/001/e  1884

Contents:
Seating plan of the Common Council Chamber.
Architect's Office, Guildhall.
Printer: C.F. Kell, Castle Street, Holborn, London EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Guildhall: Common Council Chamber  COL/PL/02/S/001/f  29 Sep 1884

Contents:
Coloured plan of the new Common Council Chamber.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Guildhall  COL/PL/02/S/001/g  Jan 1912 - May 1912

Contents:
19 sheets of plans and elevations showing the proposed improvement of the buildings around the Guildhall.
Sydney Perks, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 15 feet]

Guildhall  COL/PL/02/S/002/a  Apr 1933

Contents:
Principal floor plan of the Guildhall buildings
Francis C. Read, City Surveyor, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 35 feet]

Guildhall  COL/PL/02/S/002/c  Jan 1928

Former reference: Drawing Nos. 30A, 31A, and 32A.

Contents:
3 sheets showing the ground, first, second, third and fourth floor plans of the proposed improvements to the Guildhall buildings.
Sydney Perks, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Guildhall  COL/PL/02/S/002/d  1937

Contents:
Coloured ground floor plan of the proposed new Guildhall buildings, showing the proposed first section.
Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, 3, Field Court, Grays Inn, WC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 60 feet]

Guildhall  COL/PL/02/S/002/e  Nov 1937

Contents:
Coloured ground floor plan of the proposed Guildhall buildings.
Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, 3, Field Court, Grays Inn, WC1.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 38 feet]
Attached report on proposals for the scheme, signed by the Architect.

Guildhall  COL/PL/02/S/002/f  2 Dec 1937

Contents:
Coloured ground floor plan of the proposed Guildhall buildings, showing alternative lavatory accomodation.
Architect: Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, 3, Field Court, Grays Inn, WC1.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 38 feet]

Guildhall: Drainage  COL/PL/02/S/002/g  Jan 1934

Former reference: Drawing 978

Contents:
Coloured drainage plan of the Guildhall and its buildings.
Surveyor: Francis C. Read, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 17 feet]

Guildhall  COL/PL/02/S/002/h  May 1929

Contents:
8 sheets of plans showing the sub-basement, basement and ground to fifth floors of the proposed rebuilding of the readers room and committee rooms.
Sydney Perks, City Architect and Surveyor, Guildhall, EC2.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 10 feet]

Guildhall  COL/PL/02/S/002/j  [c. 1939]

Contents:
Coloured plan of the Guildhall and offices, marked to show areas [unspecified] and five posts.
City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC

Guildhall: Pilot Lighting  COL/PL/02/S/003/a  Jun 1901

Contents:
Coloured plan of the Guildhall and offices showing proposed pilot lighting.
City Surveyor's Office, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Guildhall  COL/PL/02/S/003/b  Apr 1902

Contents:
Basement plan of the new crypt and museum.
City Surveyor's Office, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Guildhall  COL/PL/02/S/003/c  17 May 1907

Copies information: Copy at Surveyor's City Lands Buildings Plan 2620.


Contents:
Basement plan of the Guildhall and offices.
Sydney Perks, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Guildhall  COL/PL/02/S/003/d  9 Feb 1910

Contents:
Principal floor plan of the Guildhall and offices.
Sydney Perks, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Guildhall  COL/PL/02/S/003/e  Jan 1912

Contents:
Principal floor plan of the Guildhall and offices.
Sydney Perks, City Surveyor, Guildhall, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 432 [1 inch = 36 feet]

Guildhall: Great Hall  COL/PL/02/S/003/f  1938

Contents:
Copy of a sketch of the interior of the Guildhall before damage by enemy action in 1940.
Henry Rushtans

Guildhall: Great Hall  COL/PL/02/S/003/g  [1953]

Contents:
Drawing of the proposed reconstruction of the roof of the Great Hall, submitted by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott.
Philip Hepworth

Guildhall: Law Courts  COL/PL/02/S/004/a  14 Nov 1855

Contents:
Sections, with colour, of the Guildhall, showing the proposed new Courts of Law at the Western end.
J.B.Bunning, Architect's Office, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Guildhall: Law Courts  COL/PL/02/S/004/b  14 Nov 1855

Contents:
Coloured plan of the proposed new Courts of Law to be built at the Western end of the Guildhall.
J.B.Bunning, Architect's Office, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Guildhall: Great Hall  COL/PL/02/S/004/c  6 Dec 1864

Contents:
Elevation of the side windows of the Great Hall of the Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:24 [½ inch = 1 foot]

Guildhall  COL/PL/02/S/004/d  1862

Copies information: For another copy, see surveyor's City Lands Buildings Plan 2597


Contents:
Elevation showing design for proposed alteration to the south front of Guildhall.
J.B.Bunning, Architect's Office, Guildhall.

Guildhall: Great Hall  COL/PL/02/S/004/e  1862

Copies information: For another copy, see surveyors City Lands Buildings Plan 2599.


Contents:
Longitudinal section of the proposed new roof over the Guildhall, looking southward.
J.B. Bunning, Architect's Office, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 9 feet]

Guildhall: Great Hall  COL/PL/02/S/004/f  1862

Copies information: For another copy, see Surveyor's City Lands Buildings Plan 2598.


Contents:
Transverse section of the proposed new roof over the Great Hall, looking westward.
J.B. Bunning. Architect's office, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 9 feet]

Guildhall: Passages  COL/PL/02/S/004/g  [1761]


Related information: List of lots referring to letters on plan, Misc. Ms. 70.2 (j)

Contents:
Coloured plan of the passages of the Guildhall from the entrance in Basinghall Street, showing positions and tables intended to be sold by lots, which had been provided for the 1761 Lord Mayor's Banquet attended by George III.
[George Dance the elder?]
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:20 [1 inch = 9 feet]

Guildhall: Yard  COL/PL/02/S/004/h  1775 - 1788

Former reference: No.45


Related information: For companion plan of area north to the Great Hall, see Surveyor's City Lands Buildings Plan 51.

Contents:
Plan of Guildhall Yard showing design for improvements, with curved arcades on either side of the Yard.
George Dance the younger?
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 10 feet]

Guildhall: Great Hall  COL/PL/02/S/005/a  1952

Former reference: Drawing No. P/169/C/1

Contents:
Coloured plan of Great Hall floor and gallery, showing seating arrangements.
Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and Son, 3, Field Court, Gray's Inn, WC1.
Plan of works to the interior of Guildhall submitted to Common Council 24 July 1952.

Guildhall: Great Hall  COL/PL/02/S/005/b  1952

Former reference: Drawing No. P/169/D/005/A

Contents:
Plan, elevation and section of existing carved wood screen in main hall showing suggested news gallery front and pedestals for figures of Gog and Magog.
Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and Son, 3, Field Court, Gray's Inn, WC1
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 1 foot]
Plan of works to the interior of Guildhall submitted to Common Council, 24 Jul 1952.

Guildhall: Great Hall  COL/PL/02/S/005/c  21 Apr 1952

Former reference: Drawing No.P/169/D/8

Contents:
Coloured plans, elevations and sections of new oak Musicians' Gallery at the west end of the Great Hall.
Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and Son, 3, Field Court, Gray's Inn, WC1.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:24 [½ inch = 1 foot]
Plan of works to the interior of Guildhall submitted to Common Council, 24 Jul 1952.

Guildhall: Great Hall  COL/PL/02/S/005/d  7 Jul 1952

Former reference: Drawing No. P/169/D/009/A

Contents:
Plans, section and elevation of new oak balustrade to Lady Mayoress' Gallery in the Great Hall.
Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and Son, 3, Field Court, Gray's Inn, WC1.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:24 [½ inch = 1 foot]
Plan of works to the interior of Guildhall submitted to Common Council, 24 Jul 1952.

Guildhall: Great Hall  COL/PL/02/S/005/e  7 Jul 1952

Contents:
Plan, section and elevation of the proposed camera gallery on the north side of Guildhall opposite the main entrance doors.
Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and Son, 3, Field Court, Gray's Inn, WC1.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:24 [½ inch = 1 foot]
Plan of works to the interior of Guildhall submitted to Common Council, 24 Jul 1952.

Guildhall: Great Hall  COL/PL/02/S/005/f  [1952]

Contents:
Coloured plan and elevations showing detail of main entrance doors to Great Hall.
Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and Son, 3, Field Court, Gray's Inn, WC1.
Plan of works to the interior of Guildhall submitted to Common Council, 24 Jul 1952.

Guildhall: Great Hall  COL/PL/02/S/005/g  [1952]

Contents:
Coloured elevation of the panelling at the east end of the Great Hall.
Architect: Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and Son, 3, Field Court, Gray's Inn, London, WC1.
Plan of works to interior of Guildhall submitted to Common Council, 24 Jul 1952.

Guildhall: Great Hall  COL/PL/02/S/006/a  5 Sep 1952

Former reference: Drawing No. P/169/D/005/B

Contents:
Coloured elevation and section and plan of proposed alterations to carved wood screen in the Great Hall, showing new oak gallery front and pedestals for figures of Magog and Gog.
Architect: Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and Son, 3, Field Court, Gray's Inn, London, WC1.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:12 [1 inch = 1 foot]
Submitted to City Lands Committee 10 Sep 1952.

Guildhall: Great Hall  COL/PL/02/S/006/b  21 Apr 1952

Former reference: Drawing No. P/169/D/008/A

Contents:
Coloured plans, section and elevation of new oak musicians gallery at the west end of the Great Hall.
Architect: Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and Son, 3, Field Court, Gray's Inn, London, WC1.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:12 [1 inch = 1 foot]
Submitted to City Lands Committee, 10 Sep 1952

Guildhall: Great Hall  COL/PL/02/S/006/c  27 Aug 1952

Former reference: Drawing No. P/169/D/009/B

Contents:
Coloured plan, elevation and section of the proposed balustrade to Lady Mayoress' Gallery.
Architect: Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and Son, 3, Field Court, Gray's Inn, London, WC1.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:24 [½ inch = 1 foot]
Submitted to City Lands Committee, 10 Sep 1952.

Guildhall: Great Hall  COL/PL/02/S/006/d  8 Jul 1952

Former reference: Drawing No. P/169/D/14/A

Contents:
Coloured plan, elevation and section of new B.B.C. camera gallery on north side of the Great Hall.
Architect: Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and Son, 3, Field Court, Gray's Inn, London, WC1.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:24 [½ inch = 1 foot]
Submitted to City Lands Committee, 10 Sep 1952.

Guildhall: Great Hall  COL/PL/02/S/006/e  n.d

Former reference: Drawing No. P/169/D/15/A

Contents:
Sections of the supports under the west Gallery of the Great Hall.
Architect: Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and Son, 3, Field Court, Gray's Inn, London, WC1.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:24 [½ inch = 1 foot]
Submitted to City Lands Committee, 10 Sep 1952.

Guildhall: Great Hall  COL/PL/02/S/006/f  1952

Former reference: Drawing No. P/169/D/16

Contents:
Coloured plan and elevations of the panelling at the east end of the Great Hall.
Architect: Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and Son, 3, Field Court, Gray's Inn, London, WC1.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:24 [1 inch = 2 feet]
Submitted to City Lands Committee, 10 Sep 1952

Guildhall: War Memorials  COL/PL/02/S/006/g  Apr 1972

Former reference: Drawing No. 215/190A

Source of acquisition: Received from City Architect, Jan 1981.


Copies information: Another copy at Architect's Plan No. COL/PL/02/G/MHP/2


Contents:
Elevation of east wall of Guildhall Porch showing proposed positions for existing and new war memorials.
Architect: Sir Giles Scott, Son and Partner, 9, Gray's Inn Square, London, WC1.

Guildhall: War Memorials  COL/PL/02/S/006/h  Jun 1972

Former reference: Drawing No. 215/192

Source of acquisition: Received from City Architect, Jan 1931


Copies information: Another copy at Architect's Plan No. COL/PL/02/G/MHP/3


Contents:
General layout of proposed 1939-1945 War Memorial for Guildhall Porch.
Architect: Sir Giles Scott, Son and Partner, 9, Gray's Inn Square, London, WC1.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [¼ full size]

Guildhall: War Memorials  COL/PL/02/S/006/j  Aug 1973

Former reference: Drawing No. 215/195A

Contents:
Drawing of the proposed 1939/45 War Memorial, showing the layout.
Architect: Sir Giles Scott, Son and Partner, 9, Gray's Inn Square, London, WC1.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [¼ full size]

Guildhall: Great Hall  COL/PL/02/S/007/a  Jul 1951

Former reference: Drawing No. P/169/C/002/B

Copies information: Copy drawing sent to Royal Fine Arts Commission, 5 Jun 1952.


Contents:
Section of the Great Hall showing the proposed new roof.
Architect: Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and Son, 3, Field Court, Gray's Inn, WC1.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Guildhall: Great Hall  COL/PL/02/S/007/c  Jul 1951

Contents:
Section of the Great Hall showing the proposed works to the roof and positioning of the chandeliers.
Architect: Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and Son, 3, Field Court, Gray's Inn, WC1.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]
Submitted to City Lands Committee 23 Jan and 11 Feb 1952, and Common Council, 22 Jan 1953.

Guildhall: Great Hall  COL/PL/02/S/007/d  Jul 1951

Former reference: Drawing No. P/169/C/003/B

Copies information: Copy of drawing sent to Royal Fine Arts Commission, 5 Jun 1952


Contents:
Coloured longitudinal section of the Great Hall showing the proposed stone arches for the new roof, looking south.
Architect: Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and Son, 3, Field Court, Gray's Inn, WC1.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]
Copy submitted to City Lands Committee, 23 Jan 1953 and 11 Feb 1953.

Guildhall: Great Hall  COL/PL/02/S/007/f  Jul 1951

Contents:
Coloured longitudinal section looking south of The Great Hall, showing the proposed stone Arches for The New Roof.
Architect: Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and Son, 3, Field Court, Gray's Inn, WC1.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Guildhall: Great Hall  COL/PL/02/S/007/g  Oct 1951

Former reference: Drawing No. P/169/C/4

Contents:
Coloured longitudinal section looking north of the Great Hall, showing the proposed stone arches for the new roof.
Architect: Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and Son, 3, Field Court, Gray's Inn, WC1.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Guildhall: Great Hall  COL/PL/02/S/007/h  Jul 1951

Former reference: Drawing No. P/169/C/5

Contents:
Elevation of the north side of the Great Hall showing the proposed new roof.
Architect: Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and Son, 3, Field Court, Gray's Inn, WC1.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Cooper's Hall  COL/PL/02/S/007/j  [1949?]

Contents:
Coloured sections of proposed new cooper's hall in Basinghall Street, copying drawings prepared by G.B. Williams in 1867.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:48 [1 inch = 4 feet]

Cooper's Hall  COL/PL/02/S/007/l  Jul 1949

Contents:
Basement, ground, first and second floor plans of the proposed Cooper's Hall in Basinghall Street, being a copy of a plan prepared by George L. Ellerington in April 1933.
Surveyor: Arnold S. Ford, 9, Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, WC2.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Guildhall Buildings  COL/PL/02/S/008  1935 - 1937

Contents:
3 folders of coloured plans and sections showing schemes A and B for the proposed improvement of the Guildhall and its buildings.
Architect: Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, 3, Fields Court, Gray's Inn, WC1.
Scale Varying
Attached report on both Schemes A and B by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott.

St Paul's Cathedral  COL/PL/02/T/001/a  1916 - 1935

Copies information: copies at Misc. MSS 321.1


Contents:
Ordnance Survey map of London, Sheet VII.65 (hand Registry Series), showing St Paul's Cathedral and highlighting the surrounding area as prescribed for preservation owing the Parliamentary session 1934-1935. Not signed.
Publisher: Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]
For related correspondence, reports, etc. see main subject index under 'St Paul's Cathedral - Preservation'; and Remembrancer's part. vols, No. 383 (550)

France: River Seine, Paris  COL/PL/02/T/001/b  1882

Contents:
Coloured plan of the River Seine around Paris and the surrounding area, incomplete on 3 sheets and showing the hydrochloric properties of the land.
Surveyor: M.Delesse, inspecteur Général des Mines France
Printer: L.Wuhrer.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 25,000 [1 cm = 280 m]
Published by order of M. Floquet, Prefet de la Seine, by the Départment de la Seine.

Sewers  COL/PL/02/T/001/c  1914

Contents:
Coloured plan of the City of London showing lines of railways above and below the surface of the ground, and sewers under the control of the Corporation of London or London Country Council.
Frank Sumner, Engineer to the Corporation of London.
Printer: Robert V. Cook and Hammond, 47-49, Tothill Street, Westminster.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 220 feet]

Railways: London Tube Railways, Greater London  COL/PL/02/T/001/d  Jun 1901

Contents:
Coloured plans of Greater London showing London's tube railways and proposed extensions for Parliamentary session 1901. On 3 sheets, Maps A, B, and C.
Sir Alex. R. Binnie, Chief Engineer, London Country Council
Printer; Robert V. Cook and Hammond, 2 and 3 Tothill Street, Westminster.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 mile = 2 inches]

Electric Lighting  COL/PL/02/T/001/e  1897

Contents:
Ordnance survey map of London, showing the City of London and highlighting streets in which electric lines will be laid within a specified time. In Parliamentary session 1899.
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:2500 [1 mile = 25 inches]
Published under City of London Electric Lighting Order 1899

Electric Lighting  COL/PL/02/T/001/f  1897

Source of acquisition: Public Health Department


Contents:
Ordnance Survey map, London Sheet L x 11, Edition 1894-1896, showing the proposed area of the City of London to be supplied with electric lighting and highlighting streets in which electric lines are to be laid. Board of Trade Session 1899.
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 2500 [1 mile = 25 inches]
To accompany application to the Board of Trade, under the Electric Lighting Acts 1882 and 1888, for a provisional order.

Sewers  COL/PL/02/T/001/g  1902

Contents:
Coloured plan of the City of London showing the public sewers within the jurisdiction of the Corporation of London.
David James Ross, Engineer to the Corporation.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 220 feet]

Sewers  COL/PL/02/T/001/h  1902

Contents:
Coloured plan of the City of London showing the public sewers within the jurisdiction of the Corporation of London, and dividing the area into four districts.
David James Ross, Engineer to the Corporation.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 220 feet]

Railways  COL/PL/02/T/001/i  [1902]

Contents:
Coloured plan of the City of London showing the railways below and above the surface.
Printer: C.F. Kell and Son, 8, Furnival Street Holborn, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 220 feet]

Sewers  COL/PL/02/T/001/j  1914

Contents:
Coloured plan of the City of London showing the railways below and above ground, and the sewers under the control of the Corporation of London.
Frank Sumner, Engineer to the Corporation of London
Printer: Robert J.Cook and Hammond, 47-49 Tothill Street, Westminster.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 220 feet]

Lombard Street  COL/PL/02/T/002/a  Nov 1866

Contents:
Plan and section of proposed improvements to Lombard Street. In Parliament Session 1867.
Architect: J. Ebenezer Saunders
Printer: Metchim and Son, 32, Clement's Lane, EC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 45 feet]
Accompanying bill in Parliament and book of reference.

St Benet Gracechurch  COL/PL/02/T/002/b  Nov 1950

Contents:
Plan of St Benet Gracechurch showing disused burial ground and land over which rights may be extinguished in Parliament Session 1950-1951.
Printer: Cook, Hammond and Kell Ltd, 47-49 Tothill Street, Westminster, SW1.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 feet]
Accompanying book of reference.

Dowgate Hill  COL/PL/02/T/002/c  1852

Contents:
Coloured plans showing proposed London (City) Improvements in Dowgate Hill, Mark Lane, Great Tower Street, and Threadneedle Street. In Parliament.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 18 feet]

Crystal Palace, Greater London, Kent  COL/PL/02/T/002/d  [1914]

Contents:
Coloured plan of Crystal Palace and the surrounding park.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 200 feet]
Accompanying copy of Crystal Palace Act 1914.

City of London: Boundaries  COL/PL/02/T/003/a  1896

Former reference: Plan No. 1

Contents:
Ordnance Survey Map, London sheet VII.54, Edition 1894-96, showing lands in Charterhouse and Holborn to be added to and taken away from the City, under the London Government Act 1899.
Ordnance Survey Office Southampton.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]
Signed at the Guildhall, 14 Nov 1899.

City of London: Boundaries  COL/PL/02/T/003/b  1896

Former reference: Plan No. 2

Contents:
Ordnance Survey map, London Sheet VII.54, Edition 1894-96, showing lands in Charterhouse and Holborn to be added to the City under the London Government Act 1899.
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]
Signed at the Guildhall, 14 Nov 1899.

City of London: Boundaries  COL/PL/02/T/003/c  1896

Former reference: Plan No. 3

Contents:
Ordnance Survey map, London Sheet VII.55, Edition 1894-96, showing lands off Chiswell Street, Beech Street and Golden Lane to be added to and taken away from the City under the London Government Act 1899.
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]
Signed at Guildhall, 14 Nov 1899.

City of London: Boundaries  COL/PL/02/T/003/d  1896

Former reference: Plan No. 4

Contents:
Ordnance Survey map, London Sheet VII.55, Edition 1894-96, showing lands off Rapemaker Street and South Place to be added to the City under the London Government Act, 1899.
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]
Signed at Guildhall, 14 Nov 1899.

City of London: Boundaries  COL/PL/02/T/003/e  1896

Source of acquisition: Public Health Department


Contents:
Ordnance Survey map, London Sheet VII.56, Edition 1894-96, showing lands at Tower Bridge, Tower Liberty, Minories and Middlesex Street to be added to the City under the London Government Act 1899.
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]
Signed at the Guildhall

City of London: Boundaries  COL/PL/02/T/003/f  10 Dec 1902

Source of acquisition: City Surveyor's Office


Contents:
Ordnance Survey map, London Sheet VII.55, Edition 1894-96, showing land added to the City under the Metropolitan Meat and Poultry Act, 1860, as part of the Smithfield Supplemental Scheme.
City Surveyor's Office, Guildhall.
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]
Signed by City Surveyor, Statistical Officer, and Finsbury Borough Surveyor, Jan 1903.

City of London: Boundaries  COL/PL/02/T/003/g  1896

Contents:
Ordnance survey map, London Sheet VII 55, Edition 1894-96, showing land added to the city from Charterhouse Street
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]

Guildhall: Gog and Magog  COL/PL/02/T/004/a  1950

Contents:
Coloured sketch of proposed pedestals for figures of 'Gog' and 'Magog' in the Great Hall of the Guildhall.
Artist: Nigel E. Mould, Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and Son, 3, Field Court, Gray's Inn, WC1.

Guildhall: Gog and Magog  COL/PL/02/T/004/b  28 Jul 1950

Contents:
Revised coloured sketch of proposed pedestals for figures of 'Gog' and 'Magog' in the Great Hall of the Guildhall.
Nigel E. Mould, Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and Son, 3, Field Court, Grays Inn, WC1.

Guildhall: Gog and Magog  COL/PL/02/T/004/c  May 1950

Contents:
Coloured section through gallery in Great Hall showing suggested pedestals for figures of 'Gog' and 'Magog'.
Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, 3, Field Court, Gray's Inn, WC1.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:24 [½ inch = 1 foot]

Guildhall: Great Hall  COL/PL/02/T/005/a  Nov 1953

Contents:
Coloured design for stained glass windows in the Great Hall of the Guildhall.
Edwards and Powell, Apothecaries' Hall, Blackfriars Lane.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:12 [1 inch = 1 foot]
Submitted to City Lands Committee and Common Council.

Guildhall: Great Hall  COL/PL/02/T/005/b  Jan 1954

Contents:
Coloured designs for stained glass windows in the Great Hall of the Guildhall.
Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and Sons, 3, Field Court, Gray's Inn, WC1.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:12 [1 inch = 1 foot]
Submitted to City Lands Committee and Common Council Jan 1954.

Guildhall: Great Hall  COL/PL/02/T/005/c  1953

Contents:
Coloured design for electric chandeliers for the Great Hall.
Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and Son, 3, Field Court, Gray's Inn, WC1.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:24 [½ inch = 1 foot]
Submitted to City Lands Committee and Common Council 1953-54.

Guildhall: Great Hall  COL/PL/02/T/005/d  9 Jan 1953

Former reference: Drawing No. 169/F/39

Contents:
Design of City Arms for panel over north door at east end of the Great Hall.
Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and Son, 3, Field Court, Gray's Inn, WC1.
Scale: Full Size
Submitted to City Lands Committee, 11 Mar 1953.

Guildhall: Great Hall  COL/PL/02/T/005/e  12 Feb 1953

Former reference: Drawing No.169/F/38

Contents:
Design of date 'MCMLIII' for panel over south door at east end of Great Hall.
Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and Son, 3, Field Court, Gray's Inn, WC1.
Scale: Full Size
Submitted to City Lands Committee 11 Mar 1953.

Guildhall: Great Hall  COL/PL/02/T/005/f  14 Jan 1953

Former reference: Drawing No. 169/F/38

Contents:
Design of Royal Cypher 'E II R' for panel over south door at east end of Great Hall.
Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and Son, 3, Field Court, Gray's Inn, WC1.
Scale: Full Size
Submitted to City Lands Committee, 11 Mar 1953

London Central Markets  COL/PL/02/T/005/g  4 Mar 1941

Former reference: Drawing No. 37353

Contents:
Coloured site plan of London Central Market, showing ducts and cooling chambers.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 192 [1/16 inch = 1 foot]

London Central Markets  COL/PL/02/T/005/h  n.d

Former reference: M.375

Contents:
Blueprint of basement plan to the poultry and provision market of the London Central Markets.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 192 [1/16 inch = 1 foot]

Police Stations: Bishopsgate Police Stations  COL/PL/02/U/l  May 1937

Contents:
19 Sheets of plan, sections and elevations of the new City Police buildings in Bishopsgate.
Vine and Vine, Chartered Architects, Tudor Chambers, Station Road, Wood Green, N22
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 48 [4 feet = 1 inch]
Attached books of schedules of finishings, doors, windows and drains. (2 books)

Central Criminal Court: 10-12 Warwick Square  COL/PL/02/U/002/b(i)  14 Feb 1966

Former reference: Plan No.R.E. & S3a - c

Contents:
Basement to 4 floor plans of premises acquired for the extension of the Criminal Court. 3 sheets.
Richard Ellis and Son, Chartered Surveyors, 85, Gracechurch Street, EC3.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Central Criminal Court: 12, Old Bailey  COL/PL/02/U/002/b(ii)  13 Dec 1965

Former reference: Plan No. R.E & S 3 A-B

Contents:
Basement to 5 floor plans of premises acquired for the extension of the criminal court. 2 sheets.
Richard Ellis and Son, Chartered Surveyors, 85, Gracechurch Street, EC3.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Central Criminal Court: Extensions  COL/PL/02/U/002/b(iii)  1916 - 1966

Former reference: Plan No. R.E & S 1

Contents:
Plan of the area around the Central Criminal Court, showing the premises acquired for the extension of the court.
Richard Ellis and Son, Chartered Surveyors, 85, Gracechurch Street, EC3.

Central Criminal Court: Old Bailey  COL/PL/02/U/003/a  Aug 1947

Conditions of access: Access restricted

Contents:
11 sheets of coloured plans and sections of the proposed new court and reconstructions at the Central Criminal Court.
City Surveyor, Corporation of London 55-61, Moorgate. EC1.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Central Criminal Court  COL/PL/02/U/003/b  Nov 1962

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk


Contents:
Plan showing lands to be acquired by the Central Criminal Court between Warwick Lane and Old Bailey under the City of London (Various Powers) Bill. Parliament Session 1962-1963.
E.G. Chander, City Architect, Guildhall, EC2.
McMorran and Whitby, 14, North Audley Street, W1.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:250 [1 inch = 21 feet]
Attached book of reference

Central Criminal Court: Old Bailey  COL/PL/02/U/4  1966

Conditions of access: Access restricted

Contents:
8 sheets of plans showing the new sessions house at the Old Bailey, basement to third floor, including lighting points and air ducts.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Newgate Prison  COL/PL/02/U/005/a  1757

Contents:
Coloured plan and elevation of new design for Newgate County Gaol.
William Jones, architect
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 12 feet]

Newgate Prison  COL/PL/02/U/005/b  1757

Contents:
Coloured plan of the second story of the new Newgate County Gaol, with elevation from north to south.
[William Jones]

Newgate Prison  COL/PL/02/U/005/c  4 Aug 1767

Contents:
Coloured plan of the grounds of Newgate and the adjoining area to Ludgate Hill.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 26 feet]
Delivered to the committee for rebuilding Newgate by Deputy John Paterson, August 1767.

Newgate Prison  COL/PL/02/U/005/d  n.d

Copies information: separate drawings can also be found in comptroller's City hand's Plan No. 95 (poor condition) Also in volume at 33c


Contents:
Plan, section and elevation of design for new prison at Newgate for debtors and felons.
George Dance
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 24 feet]

Newgate Prison  COL/PL/02/U/005/e  1824

Contents:
Coloured block plan of Newgate Prison and the College of Physicians.
Samuel Wave 5, John Street Adelphi.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 27 feet]

Giltspur Street Compter  COL/PL/02/U/005/f  c. 1800

Contents:
Plan of Giltspur Street Compter, with accomodation for debtors from Ludgate and Poultry.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 feet]

Giltspur Street Compter  COL/PL/02/U/005/g  25 Oct 1848

Contents:
Ground floor plan of Giltspur Street 'House of Correction', with annotations for the benefit of the Improvement committee.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Giltspur Street Compter  COL/PL/02/U/005/h  Oct 1848

Contents:
First floor plan of Giltspur Street Compter.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Newgate Prison  COL/PL/02/U/005/j  1840s

Contents:
Ground floor plan of Newgate Prison
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Bishopsgate Street: London Workhouse and Ludgate Prison  COL/PL/02/U/005/k  Jul 1831

Former reference: No.12

Copies information: copy of July 1831 sent to Tax Office at Somesset House.


Contents:
Coloured block plan of 172-173 Bishopsgate Street, the late site of the London Workhouse and the debtors prison of Ludgate.
James Montague, surveyor, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 20 feet]

Church Passage, 5-7  COL/PL/02/U/005/l  10 Jun 1949

Former reference: Plan No.h.241

Contents:
2 copies of plans of premises in 5-7 Church Passage, showing the basement to 4 floor, with different floors and overs highlighted on each plan.
City Surveyor
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]
Signed by City Surveyor, George Holliday.

Church Passage, 5  COL/PL/02/U/005/m  22 Jan 1965

Contents:
Plans showing proposed alteractions to 3rd and 4th floors of 5, Church Passage.
E.G. Chandler, City Architect.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Guildhall: Justice Room  COL/PL/02/U/005/n  Oct 1965

Former reference: Drawing No. 2208/2

Contents:
Ground floor plan of the Guildhall Justice Room, fronting Church Passage, showing atterations.
E.G. Chandler, City Architect, Corporation of London, Guildhall, EC2.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Guildhall: Justice Room  COL/PL/02/U/005/o  Oct 1965

Former reference: Drawing No.2208/3

Contents:
Basement plan of the Guildhall Justice Room, fronting Church Passage, showing alterations.
E.G. Chandler City Architect Corporation of London Guildhall, EC2.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Guildhall: Offices  COL/PL/02/U/005/p  n.d


Related information: See also Plans COL/PL/02/U/005/q and COL/PL/02/U/005/gg

Contents:
Ground, first, second, and third floor plans of Guildhall Offices off Church Passage in Guildhall Yard.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Guildhall: Offices  COL/PL/02/U/005/q  May 1964


Related information: See also Plans COL/PL/02/U/005/p and gg.

Contents:
Ground, first, second and third floor plans of the offices in Guildhall Yard off Church Passage, showing traffic wardens' offices.
E.G. Chandler, City Architect, Guildhall, EC2.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

City of London Cemetery, Greater London  COL/PL/02/U/005/r  1969

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office


Contents:
Plan of the City of London Cemetery, Showing land to be freed from the effects of consecration under the City of London (Various Powers) Bill, Parliamentary Session 1968-9
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 2500 [1 inch = c.208 feet]
Signed by Chairman of Unopposed Bills Committee, 13 Mar 1969.

Southwark Compter, Southwark  COL/PL/02/U/005/s  184[?]

Source of acquisition: [Central Criminal Court] Clerk of the Peace


Contents:
Ground floor plan of the prison at Borough, Southwark.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Southwark Compter, Southwark  COL/PL/02/U/005/t  [1848]

Source of acquisition: Central Criminal Court: Clerk of the Peace.


Contents:
First floor plan of the prison at Borough, Southwark.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Southwark Compter, Southwark  COL/PL/02/U/005/u  [1848]

Source of acquisition: Central Criminal Court Clerk of the Peace


Contents:
Second and third plans of the prison at Borough.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Gittspur Street Compter  COL/PL/02/U/005/v  1819 - 1848

Source of acquisition: Central Criminal Court: Clerk of the Peace


Contents:
Ground floor plan of Giltspur Street Compter.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Gittspur Street Compter  COL/PL/02/U/005/w  1819 - 1848

Contents:
First floor plan of Giltspur Street Compter
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Giltspur Street Compter  COL/PL/02/U/005/x  1819 - 1848

Source of acquisition: Central Criminal Court: Clerk of the Peace


Contents:
Second floor plan of Giltspur Street Compter.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Giltspur Street Compter  COL/PL/02/U/005/y  1819 - 1848

Source of acquisition: Central Criminal Court: Clerk of the Peace


Contents:
Third floor plan of Giltspur Street Compter.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Newgate Prison  COL/PL/02/U/005/z  1848

Source of acquisition: Central Criminal Court: Clerk of the Peace


Contents:
Ground floor plan of Newgate Prison.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 14 feet]

Newgate Prison  COL/PL/02/U/005/aa  1848

Source of acquisition: Central Criminal Court: Clerk of the Peace


Contents:
First floor plan of Newgate Prison.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 14 feet]

Newgate Prison  COL/PL/02/U/005/bb  1848

Source of acquisition: Central Criminal Court: Clerk of the Peace


Contents:
Second floor plan of Newgate Prison.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 14 feet]

Whitecross Street Prison  COL/PL/02/U/005/cc  1848

Source of acquisition: Central Criminal Court: Clerk of the Peace


Contents:
Ground floor plan of the London and Middlesex Debtor's Prison.
Office of Works Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Whitecross Street Prison  COL/PL/02/U/005/dd  1848

Source of acquisition: Central Criminal Court: Clerk of the Peace


Contents:
First floor plan of the London and Middlesex Debtors' Prison at Whitecross Street.
Office of Works, Guildhall.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Whitecross Street Prison  COL/PL/02/U/005/ee  1848

Source of acquisition: Central Criminal Court: Clerk of the Peace


Contents:
Second floor plan of the London and Middlesex Debtors' Prison at Whitecross Street.
Office of Works Guildhall
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Whitecross Street Prison  COL/PL/02/U/005/ff  1848

Source of acquisition: Central Criminal Court: Clerk of the Peace.


Contents:
Third floor plan of the London and Middlesex Debtors' Prison at Whitecross Street.
Office of Works Guildhall
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Guildhall: Offices  COL/PL/02/U/005/gg  23 Dec 1918

Source of acquisition: Surveyor's Department
Received from City Surveyor, J. Cooper, 13 Nov 1985.



Related information: See Plans U 5 p and U 5 q.

Contents:
Ground, first, second and third floor plans of Guildhall offices fronting onto Church Passage in Guildhall Yard.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Church Passage, No 5  COL/PL/02/U/005/hh  n.d

Former reference: Drawing No. L373 Ref. 1-Z-172

Source of acquisition: Surveyor's Department
Received from City Surveyor, J.Cooper, 13 Nov 1985


Contents:
Second floor plan of 5, Church Passage.
City Surveyor.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 92 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Church Passage, No 5  COL/PL/02/U/005/jj  n.d

Former reference: Drawing No. L 374 Ref. 1-Z-173

Source of acquisition: Surveyor's Department
Received from City Surveyor, J Cooper, 13 Nov 1985


Contents:
Third floor plan of 5, Church Passage.
City Surveyor
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 92 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Church Passage, No 5  COL/PL/02/U/005/kk  n.d

Former reference: Drawing No. L 375

Source of acquisition: Surveyor's Department
Received from City Surveyor, J. Cooper, 13 Nov 1985


Contents:
Fourth floor plan of 5, Church Passage.
City Surveyor
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 92 [1 inch = 8 feet]

London, Tilbury and Southend Railway, Essex and Middlesex  COL/PL/02/V/001/b  1856

Contents:
10 sheets of plans and sections of the proposed Plaistow Branch Extension to the London, Tilbury and Southend Railway.
John Fowler, engineer
C.E. Cheffins, surveyor
Printer: C.E. Cheffins, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 3 chains]

Eastern Counties Railway, Essex  COL/PL/02/V/001/c  Nov 1846

Former reference: No. 236

Contents:
40 sheets of plans and sections of the proposed railway from Ilford to Tilbury Fort to Southend, with a branch from Vange to Battle Bridge.
Engineers: G.P Bidder and James Routh
Martin and Fox, surveyors, 24, Great George Street London
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 6 chains]
Signed Mar 1847.

Staines and Richmond Railway, Middlesex, Richmond  COL/PL/02/V/001/d  Nov 1845

Former reference: No.138

Contents:
7 sheets of plans and sections showing the proposed extension of the London and South-Western Railway from Staines to Richmond. Highlighted in colour by the Navigation-Lab. Committee.
Joseph Locke, engineer
Printer: C.F. Cheffins, Southampton Buildings, Holborn.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 mile = 13½ inches]
Signed by Navigation Committee, 23 Feb 1846.

London and South Western Railway, Surrey and Middlesex  COL/PL/02/V/001/e  1846

Former reference: No. 235

Contents:
13 sheets of plans and sections showing the proposed line from Richmond to Windsor and Brentford and Hounslow, to be called the Windsor, Staines and South Western Railway.
Joseph Locke, engineer
Printer; J. Netherclift and Son.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 6 chains]
Signed by City Assistant Engineer, 1 Mar 1847

London and South Western Railway, Surrey and Middlesex  COL/PL/02/V/001/f  1846

Former reference: No.234

Contents:
19 sheets of plans and sections showing the proposed line from Staines to Ascot and Wokingham, part of the Windsor, Staines and South Western Railway.
Joseph Locke, engineer.
Printer: J. Netherclift and Son, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 6 chains]
Signed by Assistant Engineer, 1 Mar 1847.

London and South Western Railway, Surrey and Middlesex  COL/PL/02/V/001/g  1846

Former reference: No. 145

Contents:
4 sheets of plans and sections showing the proposed line from Weybridge to Chertsey and Staines, part of the London and South Western Railway.
Joseph Locke, engineer
Signed by Navigation Committee, 10 Mar 1846

Wandle Waterworks, Surrey  COL/PL/02/V/002/a  28 Nov 1849

Former reference: No. 347

Contents:
24 sheets of coloured plans and sections of proposed works at Wandsworth, Wimbledon and Croyden, as part of the Metropolitan Districts Service South of Thames.
F.D. Thompson, engineer and surveyor
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 mile = 16 inches]

Wandle Waterworks, Surrey  COL/PL/02/V/002/b  30 Nov 1850

Contents:
25 sheets of plans and sections of revised propositions for works at Wandsworth and Wimbledon Common, as part of the Metropolitan Districts Service South of Thames
F.P. Thompson, Engineer and surveyor, Water Works Chambers, Orange Street, Trafalgar Square
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 mile = 16 inches]

Southern and Vauxhall Water Company, Surrey and Middlesex  COL/PL/02/V/002/c  Nov 1851

Former reference: No. 4

Contents:
7 sheets of coloured plans and sections of proposed works at Hampton and the connection with Battersea, including an ordnance map of the country 14 miles around London, published by G.F.Cruchley, London.
Joseph Quick, engineer
Printer; Robins, Tooley Street.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 420 feet]

Lambeth Waterworks, Surrey and Middlesex  COL/PL/02/V/002/d  Nov 1847

Contents:
9 sheets of plans and sections of the proposed works at Ditton and Lambeth for the Improvement of supply of water.
James Simpson, engineer
Great George Street, Westminster.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 25 feet]
Signed by engineer, James Simpson, 13 June 1848

Lambeth Waterworks, Surrey  COL/PL/02/V/002/e  20 Nov 1851

Contents:
Coloured plan, section and elevation of seething wells at Long Ditton, as an extension to the Lambeth Water Works.
James Simpson, engineer
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in bracket): [1 inch = 50 feet]
Approved by Common Council, 27 Jan 1852 under the Lambeth Waterworks Act 1848.

City of London: Electric Lighting  COL/PL/02/V/003/a  1889

Contents:
Coloured plan of No. 1 District in the City of London for electrical lighting, from Temple to St Bartholomew's.
Submitted by the Bush Electrical Engineering Company with tender of 10 May 1889

City of London: Electric Lighting  COL/PL/02/V/003/b  28 May 1890

Contents:
Coloured plan of No. 3 (East) District in the City of London for electrical lighting, from Minories to Moorgate.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]
Submitted with tender by having Whouton and Down construction syndicate Ltd.

City of London: Electric Lighting  COL/PL/02/V/003/c  1889

Contents:
Coloured plan of No. 2 District in the City of London for electrical lighting from Upper Thames Street to Barbican.
Submitted with tender by Anglo-American Brush Electric Light Company Ltd.

Eastern Counties Railway, Essex and Middlesex  COL/PL/02/W/001/a  1852

Source of acquisition: Received by the Corporation of London 9 February 1853.


Contents:
2 sheets of plan and sections showing the proposed junction of the Eastern Counties Railway with the East and West India Docks and Birmingham Junction Railway.
Printer: C.F. Chaffins, Southampton Buildings, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 4 chains]

London and South-Western Railway, Surrey  COL/PL/02/W/001/b  1845

Former reference: Plan No. 144

Contents:
2 sheets of plans and sections showing the proposed London Bridge extension of the London and South-Western Railway.
Joseph Locke, engineer
Printer: F. Bedford, London
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 200 feet]

North-Kent Railway, Kent  COL/PL/02/W/001/c  29 Nov 1845

Former reference: Plan No. 137

Contents:
4 sheets of plans and sections showing the proposed City extension of the North-Kent Railway in Southwark and at Chatham and Rochester. 3 sets, for different committees and with different signatures.
Charles Vignoles, Engineer.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [¼ inch = 99 feet]

Victoria Dock and Grand Union Railway, Essex  COL/PL/02/W/001/d  5 Feb 1846

Former reference: Plan No. 132

Contents:
3 sheets of coloured plans and sections showing the Victoria Dock and Grand Union Railway.
Thomas Russell Crampton, Engineer
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 5 chains]

River Lee: Navigation, Hertford, Essex and Middlesex  COL/PL/02/W/002/a  1849

Former reference: Plan No. 345

Contents:
37 sheets of plans and sections showing proposed works for the improvement of the navigation of the River Lee. In Parliament, session 1849-50.
J.M. Rendel, Engineer
Printer: Maclure, Macdonald and Macgregor, 3, Bow Church Yard, Cheapside, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 400 feet]
Signed by the Navigation and Port Committee, Feb 1850

River Lee Trust, Hertford, Essex and Middlesex  COL/PL/02/W/002/b  30 Nov 1850

Contents:
40 sheets of plans and sections showing proposed reservoirs and works on the Rivers Lee, Rib and Ash and other branches.
Engineers: James Meadows Rendel and Nathaniel Beardmore
Printer: Maclure, MacDonald and MacGregor, 3, Bow, Church Yard, Cheapside.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 400 feet]

Lambeth Bridge, Essex  COL/PL/02/W/003/a  Jun 1844

Contents:
Coloured plan of proposed Westminister and Lambeth Bridge and approaches.
J.D. Hopleins, Architect 25, Bedford Square, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 40 feet]
Signed by architect.

Eastern Counties Railway  COL/PL/02/W/003/b  1843

Contents:
Plan and section of proposed railway to join Eastern Counties Railway with the River Thames, with an extension from Stratford to Bow Creek.
C.F. Cheffins, Surveyor and lithographer Southampton Buildings, Holborn, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 2 chains]
Signed by Corporation of London, 23 Apr 1844.

Westminster Bridge, Middlesex and Survey  COL/PL/02/W/003/c  20 Nov 1852

Contents:
Plan and sections of proposed new bridge and approaches at Westminster and the removal of old Westminster Bridge.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 1056 [1 inch = 88 feet]
Signed by Thomas Page and Philip Hardwick.

South-Eastern Railway, Kent, Greenwich  COL/PL/02/W/003/e  1852


Related information: See also Surveyor's Miscellaneous Plan No. 80 for deposited plan, in Parliament, session 1885.

Contents:
7 sheets of plans and sections of proposed branch railway of the South Eastern Railway from Charlton to Blackwall Point. In Parliament, Session 1852-1853.
Thomas Drake, Engineer
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 5 chains]

Westminster Terminus Railway, Surrey and Middlesex  COL/PL/02/W/003/f  1855

Source of acquisition: Town Clerk's Office
Deposited at Town Clerk's Office 30 Nov 1855.


Contents:
4 sheets of plans and sections showing the proposed West London extension of the Westminster Terminus between Kensington and the Richmond line near Battersea.
Henry Ashton, Surveyor
J.C. Haddan, Engineer
Printer: J.R. Jobbins 3, Warwick Court, Holborn, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 3 chains]
Accompanying book of reference.

River Thames: 'Gallions Reach'  COL/PL/02/W/003/g  1811

Former reference: Box 6

Contents:
Coloured plan of the sounding of the Thames from Devalls House to Barking Creek, and section of tides observed at Woolwich Dock Yard, 1808.
Jas. Montague, artist
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 130 feet]
Copied by Montague from a large survey lent to him by the Commissioners of the Navy.

Henley and London Waterworks, Buckinghamshire and Middlesex  COL/PL/02/W/004/a  1848

Contents:
Bound volume containing 24 sheets of plans and sections showing the proposed waterworks and navigation works between Henley and London.
Engineers: McClean and Stileman; Thomas E. Blackwell
Surveyors: Smith and Scott; G.H. Saunders
Printer: John Arrowsmith
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 6 chains]
Signed for McClean and Stileman, 6 Feb 1849.

Metropolitan Waterworks, Buckinghamshire and Middlesex  COL/PL/02/W/004/b  1849

Contents:
31 pages of plans and sections showing the proposed waterworks from Henley on Thames to London Aqueduct. 2 copies, one a bound volume.
Engineers: McClean and Stileman; Thomas E. Blackwell
Surveyors: Smith and Scott; G.H. Saunders
Printer: John Arrowsmith
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 6 chains]
Attached book of reference. Deposited at Town Clerk's Office 30 Nov 1849

Grand Junction Waterworks Company, Hampton and Brentford, Middlesex  COL/PL/02/W/005/a  Nov 1851

Former reference: Plan No.5

Contents:
4 sheets of coloured plans and sections of proposed waterworks at Hampton and Brentford.
Joseph Quick, engineer
Printer: Robins, Tooley Street, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 450 feet]

New River Company Waterworks, Middlesex, Tottenham  COL/PL/02/W/005/b  1849

Former reference: Plan No.346

Contents:
2 sheets of plan and section showing the proposed waterworks at Tottenham.
W.S. Mylie
Printer; J. Wyld Charing Cross East
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 6 chains]

London Spring Water Company, Hertford and Middlesex  COL/PL/02/W/005/c  Nov 1849

Former reference: Plan No.344

Contents:
17 sheets of plans and sections showing proposed works to supply the cities of London and Westminster with pure spring water.
C.E. Cheffins, Surveyor
S.C. Homersham, Engineer
Printer: C.F. Cheffins, Lithographer Southampton Buildings, Holborn
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 6 chains]

Chelsea Waterworks, Survey and Middlesex  COL/PL/02/W/005/d  Nov 1851

Former reference: Plan No.1

Contents:
10 sheets of plans and sections showing proposed extension of works and improvement of water supply at Sunbury, Moulsey, Ditton, Hampton and Wandsworth.
Francis Simpson, engineer, Great George Street, Westminster
Day and Son, Lithographers
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [16 inches = 1 mile]

London and Birmingham Railway, Middlesex  COL/PL/02/X/001/a  1845

Contents:
14 sheets of plans and sections showing the proposed extension of the London and Birmingham Railway from Camden Station to Farringdon Street.
Robert Stephenson, engineer
Dixon and Ross, engravers, Hampstead Road, London
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 100 feet]
Laid before Committee 16 Feb 1846

Cavendish Court, Houndsditch  COL/PL/02/X/002/a  [1939]

Contents:
Coloured plan of the Staple Hall District in Houndsditch, probably in connection with the improvement of Cavendish Court.
City Engineer's Office, Guildhall, EC2.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:96 [1 inch = 8 feet]

Trig Wharf, Upper Thames Street  COL/PL/02/X/002/b  Apr 1939

Contents:
Plan and section of Trig Wharf at No. 29 Upper Thames Street, showing improvements.
Engineers Office, Guildhall, EC2.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:528 [1 inch = 44 feet]

Faraday Building, Queen Victoria Street  COL/PL/02/X/002/c  [1939]

Contents:
Plan of the London Telecommunications Faraday Building, showing property to be acquired for its proposed extension.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:528 [1 inch = 44 feet]

All Hallows Church, Lombard Street  COL/PL/02/X/002/d  1938


Related information: Also to be found with block plan at P.D.39.1

Contents:
Coloured plan of All Hallows Church and the surrounding premises, giving details of the adjoining alleys and courtyards.
Acting City Engineer, Guildhall, EC2.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Port of London Sanitary Authority, Greater London  COL/PL/02/X/002/e  1925

Contents:
Plan of the district covered by the Port of London Sanitary Authority, showing the limits of port.
C.R.S. Kirkpatrick, Chief Engineer
Printer: George Phillip and Son Ltd
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:63360 [1 inch = 1 mile]

Mincing Lane, No 9  COL/PL/02/X/002/f  Mar 1881

Former reference: Deposited document BRA641

Contents:
Coloured plans of proposed alterations to the closets of No. 9 Mincing Lane, occupied by Messrs. Tennant and Sons.
W.W. Gwyther, Architect 43, Lincolns Inn Fields, WC
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:48 [1 inch = 4 feet]

Faraday Building, Queen Victoria Street  COL/PL/02/X/002/g  1939

Contents:
Coloured plan of the London Telecommunications Faraday Building showing details of its proposed extension.
City Engineer's Office, Guildhall, EC2.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1:192 [1 inch = 16 feet]

Hornchurch Wharf, Dagenham, Essex  COL/PL/02/X/003/a  1921

Contents:
Ordnance survey map, 1921 edition, Essex sheet N L XXXVII N.W., showing the property owned by Ford, the Corporation of London, Flower and Everett Ltd, and W. Cory and Son Ltd.
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 10560 [6 inches = 1 mile]

Hornchurch Wharf, Dagenham, Essex  COL/PL/02/X/003/b  1921

Contents:
Ordnance survey map, 1921 edition, Essex sheet LXXXVII SW showing the proposed site of a bridge on Hornchurch Marshes.
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 10560 [6 inches = 1 mile]

Hornchurch Wharf, Dagenham, Essex  COL/PL/02/X/003/c  1921

Contents:
Ordnance survey map, 1921 edition, Essex sheet LXXXVII. N.W., highlighting Hornchurch Marshes and the property owned by the Corporation of London.
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 10560 [6 inches = 1 mile]

Hornchurch Wharf, Dagenham, Essex  COL/PL/02/X/003/d  1920

Contents:
Ordnance survey map, 1920 edition, Essex, sheet NLXXXV10, showing Hornchurch Marshes.
Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 2500 [25 inches = 1 mile]

Hornchurch Wharf, Dagenham, Essex  COL/PL/02/X/003/e  n.d

Contents:
Coloured plan of the site of Hornchurch Wharf.
City Engineer, Guildhall, London, EC2
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): 1: 2400 [1 inch = 200 feet]

Hornchurch Wharf, Dagenham, Essex  COL/PL/02/X/003/f  19 Jul 1939

Former reference: Plan No. 1

Contents:
Coloured plan of Hornchurch Wharf showing the re-arrangement of boundaries between land owned by the Corporation of London and Ford Motor Company Ltd.
City Engineer, Guildhall, EC2
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 200 feet]

Hornchurch Wharf, Dagenham, Essex  COL/PL/02/X/003/g  19 Jul 1939

Former reference: Plan No. 2

Contents:
Coloured plan of Hornchurch Wharf showing proposed alteration to waterways and streams in the rearrangement of boundaries between property owned by the Corporation of London and Ford Motor Company Ltd.
City Engineer, Guildhall, EC2
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 200 feet]

West Metropolitan Railway, Surrey and Middlesex  COL/PL/02/X/004/a  1856

Contents:
12 sheets of plans and sections showing the proposed railway connecting the West London Railway with the London and South West Railway and the Thames Embankment between Chelsea and Kensington.
Henry Ashton, Architect and Surveyor
J.C. Haddan, Engineer, 4, Cannon Row, Westminster.
Printer: J.R. Jobbins, Lith., 3, Warwick Court, Holborn, London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 180 feet]

North Metropolitan Railway, Middlesex  COL/PL/02/X/005/a  Nov 1853

Former reference: Surveyor's Miscellaneous Plan 72

Copies information: Deposited copy with book of reference to be found at 678c


Contents:
8 sheets of plans and sections showing the proposed extensions of the North Metropolitan Railway to Paddington and the General Post Office.
John Fowler, Engineer
John Hargrave Stevens, Architect
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [¾ inch = 1 chain]

Richmond and Kew Extension Railway, Surrey  COL/PL/02/X/005/b  1857

Contents:
2 sheets of plans and sections showing the proposed railway between Kew and Richmond.
C.F. Cheffins, Surveyor
George Berkeley, Engineer
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 4 chains]

London and Blackwall Railway, Middlesex  COL/PL/02/X/005/c  1846

Contents:
3 sheets of plans and sections showing proposed improvements to the London and Blackwall Railway, with branches to St Katharine's and London Docks.
Joseph Locke, Engineer
F. Bedford, Litho., London.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 1 chain]

Dorset Wharf  COL/PL/02/X/006/01  16 - - - 17 - -

Contents:
Coloured plan of Dorset Wharf, showing details of the yard.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 12 feet]
Only past of the plan surviving: mounted and repaired.

Dorset Wharf  COL/PL/02/X/006/02  16 - - - 17 - -

Contents:
Coloured plan of Dorset Wharf showing details of warehouses, stables, cranes and other features of the wharf, and including the intended embankment.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 25 feet]
For Copy, see Plan COL/PL/02/X/006/03

Dorset Wharf  COL/PL/02/X/006/03  16 - - - 17 - -

Copies information: For Copy, see Plan COL/PL/02/X/006/02


Contents:
Coloured plan of Dorset Wharf showing details of warehouses, stables, cranes and other features of the wharf,including the intended embankment.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 25 feet]

Dorset Wharf  COL/PL/02/X/006/04  16 - - - 17 - -

Contents:
Coloured plan of the Dorset Wharf Estate, showing measurements of the yard and buildings.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 30 feet]

Dorset Wharf  COL/PL/02/X/006/05  16 - - - 17 - -

Contents:
Coloured plan of Dorset Wharf, showing details of the premises.

Dorset Wharf: Laystalls  COL/PL/02/X/006/06  17 - -

Contents:
Coloured plan showing the laystalls at Dowgate Dock, Puddle Dock, and White Fryers Dock.
Scale (standardised first, contemporary in brackets): [1 inch = 25 feet]

ROLLED PLANS: PLAN DRAWER  COL/PL/03  [n.d.]

Brandesburton  COL/PL/03/01/001  1732

Former reference: Plan Drawer 1 Roll 1; Comptroller's Office plan, un-numbered

Size: 43 ins. x 36 ins. approx overall (39½ ins. x 295/8 ins. between neat lines); Manuscript plan, ink on vellum, with coloured washes, compass giving orientation, and scale within a cartouche. The margins of the plan have an additional printed engraved paper border with architectural decoration and reserves of surveying instruments and surveyors at work. The border is partly trimmed.


Related information: See also PD.128.13

Contents:
"Bransburton Estate Lying in the East Riding of the County of York survey'd anno dom: 1732" by John Brown. Includes "A Table shewing the Lands & Tenants' Names, with the quantity of Acres in Each Field, and an assumed Latitude and Longitude, to find any piece in the Map" and note that "The plans of those Houses, No. with Red Ink, was built by Mr Hassell"
Scale: c.12 chains to an inch = 1/9500 approx.
Surveyor: John Brown

Finsbury  COL/PL/03/01/002  1777

Former reference: Plan Drawer 1 Roll 2


Related information: Surveyor's Plan City Lands No. 1669

Contents:
General plan of the Finsbury Estate, 1777 54' = 1"

London Bridge Approaches  COL/PL/03/01/003  1822

Former reference: Plan Drawer 1 Roll 3

75" x 35½".


Related information: Monument Yard, City Side - St Thomas's Hospital, Southwark side (Surveyor's City Lands Plan No. 2001)

Contents:
Plan of property at each end of London Bridge which would be affected by building a new bridge (on or near the present site); with centre arch 29'6" above average level of High Water Mark, Spring tides (Trinity Standard); and roadway with activity of 1 ft. in 35 ft.
Surveyed by order of BHE Committee of 1 Aug. 1821; with foundings 47ft. (sic. but approx. 280') west of the Bridge at 12 ft. intervals taken Jul 1822.
J. Montague.
30' = 1"

City of London  COL/PL/03/01/005  Apr 1952

Former reference: Plan Drawer 1 Roll 5

55" x 34"

Contents:
Ordnance Survey 25" = 1m.
Reproduced ordnance survey map, revised by the City Planning Department

Town Planning  COL/PL/03/01/007  1951 - 1955

Former reference: Plan Drawer 1 Roll 7

Contents:
County of London Development Plan, 1951, as modified 1955 (contd.)
Comprehensive Development Area Map No.1. City of London. Certified true copy. 25" = 1m 57½ x 33
Comprehensive Development Area modifying map. Certified true copy 25" = 1m. 57 x 33
Programme Map No. 1 City of London. Certified true copy 25" = 1m. 57½ x 33.
Programme modifying map. Certified true copy 25" = 1m 57 x 33.

Holborn Valley Improvement  COL/PL/03/01/008  1870

Former reference: Plan Drawer I Roll 8

Contents:
Plan of Supplies land, north and south side, 22' = 1"

Great Saffron Hill  COL/PL/03/01/009/01  1856

Former reference: Plan Drawer 1 Roll 9

Contents:
Plan of plots in Victoria St. and Great Saffron Hill, referred to in an agreement 7 Aug. 1856, and signed by John Jay and Fredk. Brand (Comptroller)

Victoria Street  COL/PL/03/01/009/02  1856

Former reference: Plan Drawer 1 Roll 9

Contents:
Plan of plots in Victoria St. and Great Saffron Hill, referred to in an agreement 7 Aug 1856, & signed by John Jay and Fredk. Brand (Comptroller)

Holborn Hill  COL/PL/03/01/010/01  1847

Former reference: Plan Drawer 1 Roll 10

Contents:
Plan of Holborn Hill Improvement under the London City Improvement Act

Gracechurch Street  COL/PL/03/01/010/02  1847

Former reference: Plan Drawer 1 Roll 10

Contents:
Plan of Gracechurch St Improvement under the London City Improvement Act, 1847.

Queen Street and Cannon Street  COL/PL/03/01/010/03  1847

Former reference: Plan Drawer 1 Roll 10

Contents:
Plan of Cannon St Improvement under the London City Improvement Act
New lane of Cannon Street superimposed over the old configuration, with street was of the properties affected by the improvement given

Metropolitan Cattle Market, Brentford: Proposed sites  COL/PL/03/01/011  1851 - 1852

Former reference: Plan Drawer 1 Roll 11.

59 x 36

Contents:
Large scale plan of canal area, showing roads, railways and wharfs. 40 ch = 1".

Farringdon Within  COL/PL/03/01/012  1851

Former reference: Plan Drawer 1 Roll 12

Printed.

Contents:
Plan of the ward of Farringdon Within by Mess and Chambers with sketches of places of interest.
80' = 1"

Blackfriars Bridge  COL/PL/03/01/013  n.d

Former reference: Comptroller's Bridge House Plan 66; Plan Drawer 1 Rolls 13; formerly Compt. B.H. Plan 69

93" x 29½"; Coloured

Contents:
Temporary bridge.
No. 1. General plan and sections
Horiz. 20' = 1"; vert. 10' = 1"
Another copy, premises "No.2. Parish of St Anne Blackfriars"

Blackfriars Bridge  COL/PL/03/01/014  n.d

Former reference: Plan Drawer 1 Roll 14; (formerly Compt. B.H. Plan 74)

148" x 29¼"

Contents:
Temporary bridge.
No.2. General elevations

Guildhall  COL/PL/03/01/017  9 Apr 1862

Former reference: Plan Drawer I roll 17; Previously Surveyor's City Lands Buildings Plan 69

Contents:
Plan of Guildhall and yard.
Scale: 1/96

Metropolitan Cattle Market  COL/PL/03/01/018  1896

Former reference: Plan Drawer 1 Roll 18

Contents:
Corporation of London Metropolitan Market plan. City Surveyor, Jan. 1896.
Deposited plan under the Metropolitan Market Act, 1896, signed by the Earl of Morley, 19 May 1896. 90' = 1"
43 x 32½.
Copy of the same, May 1958, for certification by the Town Clerk
44 x 33½

Burnham Beeches: Manor of Allerds  COL/PL/03/01/021  Feb 1955

Former reference: Plan Drawer 1 Roll 21

15" x 36".


Related information: Plan drawer 30.A.10
Surveyors Miscellaneous Plan 1140

Contents:
Copy plan of the manor of Allards or East Burnham with copy of a schedule or description of property attached to a deed of appointment and release, 12 Feb. 1833 being conveyance from the Rt. Hon. William Wyndham Lord Grenville to trustees of the premises.
Photographic copy deposited by Mr A.D.C. Le Sueur, Feb. 1955
37½ x 38. n.s.

London Bridge  COL/PL/03/02/001  2 Mar 1824

Former reference: Plan Drawer 2 Roll 1


Related information: For contracts with Messrs. Solliffe and Banks, 1824-30, Misc. MSS. 200.8 and copies in volume of London Bridge Copy Contracts 1824-31

Contents:
Rebuilding. Signed contract drawings.
Drawing number 1. Elevation and plan of bridge 28½ x 83
Drawing number 2. Longitudinal section of the bridge and one of the piers and transverse section of center pier. 27¾ x 80½
Drawing number 3. Plan of abutments wing and stair walls together with a plan and section of the cofferdams and mode of tracing them. 28¼ x 50½
Drawing number 4. Plan and section of one of the pier cofferdams, showing the situation of pier within and the mode of tracing the dam 28¾ x 51.
Drawing number 5. Elevation, plan and section of the centering 28½ x 50.
Drawing number 6. Transverse section through abutment and stairwalls; section of cornice and parapet; plan of the roadway and stairs. 56 x 37
Drawing number 7. Plan shewing the approaches 29 x 51½
Drawing number 8. Section of the bed of the Thames and shewing high and low water at 80, 138 and 180 feet from the present London Bridge 28¾ x 50¾
Drawing number 9. Transverse section of cofferdam and sluice 17 x 24½
Drawing number 10. Plan of northern abutment 26¼ x 39½
Signed additional contract drawings, 10 Nov. 1825.
Drawing number 11. Plan, elevation and sections of the bridge shewing intended additions. 51 x 28½
Drawing number 12. Sections of approaches, abutment, arch and pier shewing intended additions 51 x 28½

Town Planning  COL/PL/03/02/003  1957

Former reference: Plan Drawer 2 Roll 3

48½" x 35"

Contents:
Comprehensive Development Area, additions to, Plan referred to in the report of the Improvements and Town Planning Committee to Common Council. 4 Dec. 1958, Item 12(m), as to areas to be defined as areas of comprehensive development.
City of London, ordnance Survey plan with additions by City Engineer's Department, 1957, showing existing Comprehensive Development Area and additional areas to be defined.
Reduced from 1/250 to 1/2500 scale. 25" = 1 m.

Blackfriars Bridgehead Improvements  COL/PL/03/02/004A  1959 - 1960

Former reference: Plan Drawer 2 Roll 4(a)


Related information: Plans and sections, Nov 1959 84.C.2(a)
Book of reference 84.C.2(b)

Contents:
Signed Plan referred to in the Clause for the Protection of the British Transport Commission

Blackfriars Bridgehead Improvements  COL/PL/03/02/004B  12 Jul 1960

Former reference: Plan Drawer 2 Roll 4 (b)


Related information: Plans and sections, Nov 1959 84.C.2(a)
Book of reference 84.C.2(b)

Contents:
Agreed Plan for the Blackfriars' Cold Storage Co. Ltd. referred to in City Remembrancer's letter dated 12 July 1960

City of London Views  COL/PL/03/02/005  1961

Former reference: Plan Drawer 2 Roll 5

Contents:
A view of London in 1600 by John Norden, from the engraving in the de la Gardie Collection in the Royal Library, Stockholm.
Publication No 94 (1961) of the L.T.S.

City of London Railways  COL/PL/03/02/006/01  1914

Former reference: Plan Drawer 2 Roll 6

Contents:
General Plan of the City of London by Franck Sumnen, Mr Inst. C.E., City Engineer, showing the lines of railways above and below the surface of the ground. 1914.
220' = 1". copies.

City of London Railways  COL/PL/03/02/007/01  1914

Former reference: Plan Drawer 2 Rolls 7

Contents:
General Plan of the City of London by Franck Sumnen, Mr Inst. C.E., City Engineer, showing the lines of railways above and below the surface of the ground. 1914.
220' = 1". copies.
With ms. notes re Arts and dates of opening of some railways.

City of London: General  COL/PL/03/02/006/02  1914

Former reference: Plan Drawer 2 Roll 6.

Contents:
General plan of the City of London by Frank Summer, City Engineer, showing the lines of railways above and below the surface of the ground.
Scale: 1/2640 Copies.

City of London: General  COL/PL/03/02/007/02  1914

Former reference: Plan Drawer 2 Roll 7

Contents:
General plan of the City of London by Frank Summer, City Engineer, showing the lines of railways above and below the surface of the ground.
Scale: 1/2640. Copies.
With additional MS notes re Acts and dates of opening of some railways.

City of London: General  COL/PL/03/02/008/01  1914

Former reference: Plan Drawer 2 Roll 8.


Related information: Plan drawer 90.B.1.

Contents:
General plan of the City of London by Frank Summer, City Engineer, showing the lines of railways above and below the surface of the ground.
Scale: 1/2640. Copies.
Showing burial grounds

Burial Grounds  COL/PL/03/02/008/02  n.d

Former reference: Plan Drawer 2 Roll 8

53 x 31½.

Contents:
General plan of the City of London showing railways above and below ground and with additional markings to show churchyards and burial grounds.
1914 (General plan)

Town Planning: Times Publishing Co (proposed improvement and exchange of land)  COL/PL/03/02/008/03  1955

Former reference: Plan Drawer 2. Roll 2

60½ x 38½

Contents:
Plan No. EL 1025/3 referred to in the report of the 1 & T.P. Committee to Common Council, 21 Apr. 1955, showing land to be given up per agreement and additional land, highway to be absorbed per agreement and additional highway, and improvement line.
8' = 1".

London Bridge  COL/PL/03/02/009  5 Mar 1830

Former reference: Plan Drawer 2 Roll 9; Formerly Comptroller's Bridge House Plan 78A

Contents:
Rebuilding. Signed contract drawings. Joliffe & c. Nos. 13, 15, 16, 17 signed 13 July 1829, John Rennie.
Drawing number 13. Plan and sections of the intended approaches on the City side. Approx. 22' = 1". 37½" x 25".
Drawing number 14. Elevation and sections of the proposal arch over Thames St. 4' = 1". 38½" x 28¾"
Drawing number 15. Plan of inclined plans for the approaches to the Southwark Side of the River Thames. Approx. 22' = 1" 50" x 37¾
Drawing number 16. Sections of the inclined approaches on the Southwark Side of the River Thames. Approx. 22' = 1" 37¼" x 23½".
Drawing number 17. Elevation and sections of the proposed arch over Tooley St. 4' = 1" 35¾" x 24¾"
Plans laced together with tape sealed with Bridge House Mark.

Town Planning  COL/PL/03/02/010  1951 - 1955

Former reference: Plan Drawer 2 Roll 10


Related information: For a Certified true copy See COL/PL/03/01/007

Contents:
County of London Development Plan. Area of Comprehensive Development. No. 1. City of London. Approx 25" = 1m. ? Published 11/1951; reprints 12/51; reprints 6/55.
D 550/1/1. Land Use Survey. 1951. (Data obtained 1949). 55½" x 31". Paper; edges trimmed and bound. Another copy. 56¼ x 31½. Print d/d 12/51. Paper.
D 550/7/1. Comprehensive Development Area map. 1951. Coloured. 55¾ x 31½. Canvas. Print d/d 12/51. Another copy 55¼ x 31. Paper; edges trimmed and bound.
Comprehensive Development Area map. Hatched 58¼ x 33½. Paper: bottom edge bound.
Comprehensive Development Area map modifying map. 56¾ x 32¼. Paper.
Comprehensive Development Area map. Delegation of Powers under Part III of the T. & C.P. Act. 1947, to the City Corporation. Paper. Edges bound.
D550/8. Programme map. 1951. Showing 1-5 year and over 5 year programmes. 50¾ x 31¼. Canvas bached. Another copy. 56¾ x 34. Paper; edges bound.
Programme map modifying map. 56 x 31½. Paper; edges bound.
Programme map. Showing 1-5, 6-7, 8-12, 13-17, 18-50 years' programmes. 58" x 33¼". Canvas backed, and another copy. Another copy, 58 x 33½. Paper.
County of London Development Plan, 1951. Sheet No.4 D.P. Series. 6" = 1m.
Town map. 46¼ x 33½. Paper; edges bound.
Town map modifying map. 46 x 33½. Paper.
Programme map. 46 x 33½. Paper; edges bound, and another copy, paper.
Programme map modifying map. 46 x 33½. Paper.

City of London: Churches and churchyards  COL/PL/03/02/011  1963

Former reference: Plan Drawer 2 Roll 11

47½" x 27½" (borders)


Related information: Notes to be above map.
Research Paper 7.34

Contents:
Map of the City showing churches and churchyards as existing on 1 Apr 1963, indicating Churches in use, church ruins, churchyards /burial grounds, possible churchyards/ burial grounds and resited churchyards /burial grounds.
25" = 1m.

Thames Bridge  COL/PL/03/02/012  6 Jun 1935 - 7 Jun 1935

Former reference: Plan Drawer 2 Roll 12

52½" x 31".

Contents:
Bridges and ferries, emergency.
Plan of the River Thames from Chiswick Eyot to Bulls Point and Royal Dock entrances (Woolwich Reach) showing situation for emergency bridges and ferries, 1935
Port of London Authority Drawing Office; Drawing Nos. 157. 2106-2114.
9 sheets, 25" = 1m., with index sheet 1" = 1m. attached to the first.

Lewisham: General  COL/PL/03/02/013  1816

Former reference: Plan Drawer 2 Roll 13

Contents:
Negative photostate of Plans of the Bridge House estates at Lewisham and Sydenham on lease to various parties. 1816.
Vol. 3 of Surveyor's Bridge House Estates Plans, containing Nos. 888-897

Surrey and Kent: Sewers  COL/PL/03/02/015  May 1853

Former reference: Plan Drawer 2 No 15

Contents:
Plan of the districts drained by watercourses dischanging into the River Thames in various parishes of Kent and Surrey, being a portion of the general district under the jurisdiction of The Commissioner of Sewers for the limits entending from East Monlsey in Surrey to the Ravensbourne in Kent. Scale c. 666.ft = 1in.
Additional annotations.
Signed William Haywood

ROLLED PLANS: PLAN BOXES  COL/PL/04  [n.d.]

Epping Forest, Woodford Green  COL/PL/04/01/010  1922

Contents:
Proposed road reconstruction and surface water drainage, High Road, Woodford Green. Woodford G.D.C. 25 Mar. 1922.
1. Plan, longitudinal section, cross sections and detail cross section. 40' = 1" 20' = 1" 4' = 1". Vert. 10' = 1" for sections. 51½ x 30½
2. Longitudinal section 30' = 1". Vert. 10' = 1", and details 20' = 1". 50 x 26½
Epping Forest Committee 12 Jun 1922

Finsbury: Whitecross Street  COL/PL/04/02/007  Jul 1929

Former reference: P.H.D. Plan Box. No. 41; Plan Box 2 Role 7


Related information: PHD Deed 9a/2128

Contents:
Sewer reconstruction, Whitecross St. Paper St to City Boundary between Beech Lane and Beech Street & Chiswell St. Signed plan.
General plan and sections
Horiz. 22' Vert. 11' = 1". Details 1/2" = 1'. 43½ x 30½

Eastcheap and Tower Street  COL/PL/04/03/022  18 May 1882

Former reference: Plan Box 3 Roll 22; PHD Plan Box. No.21.

54 x 23.


Related information: PHD Deed 1a/1172

Contents:
Widening and new street.
Plan of new street and widening from King William Street to Trinity Square referred to in agreement between Metropolitan and Metropolitan District Railway Companies and the Commissioners of Sewers.
Horiz. 44' Vert. 8' = 1". Plan & sections.

Foster Lane: Sewer reconstruction  COL/PL/04/04/004  Mar 1939

Former reference: Plan Box 4 Roll 4; PHD Plan Box. No. 76.


Related information: PHD Deed 9a/2804

Contents:
Signed plans
1. Plan, sections and details of reconstruction of sewer in Foster Lane from Cheapside into Gresham Street and continuing to St Martins le Grand.
Plan 44' Sections Horiz. 22' Vert. 11' Details 4 x 2' = 1".
Details: typical connections ¼" = 1"; typical section; junction at Cheapside ½" = 1'. 47½ x 23½
2. Details. ½" = 1". 53 x 28

Prague  COL/PL/04/04/024  1920

Former reference: Plan Box 4 Roll 24


Related information: Prints D 13

Contents:
3 panoramas of Prague

Fleet Street  COL/PL/04/03/006  Jul 1936

Former reference: Plan Box 3 Roll 6; PHD Plan Box. No. 64

50 x 24½.


Related information: PHD Deed 12a/2695

Contents:
Signed plan
Plan, section and details of sewer re-inversion in Fleet Street from Whitefriars Street to City Boundary at Royal Courts of Justice.
Plan 44', Section Horiz. 22' Vert. 11', Details 2' = 1".

Fleet Street  COL/PL/04/02/001  May 1929

Former reference: Plan Box 2 Roll 11; PHD Plan Box. No. 40

42 x 30


Related information: PHD Deed 9a/2094

Contents:
Sewer reconstruction. Signed plans
1. Key plan 88' = 1". General plan and sections for reconstruction of Sewer in Fleet Street from Whitefriars Street to Ludgate Circus. Horiz. 22' Vert. 11' = 1".
2. Details ½" = 1' Typical sections & connections; descending shaft at Hind Court; inverted steps at Whitefriars St.; descending shaft at Wine Office Court; side entrance extension near Shoe Lane.
3. Details ½" = 1'. Inverted Steps by Racquet Court; inverted steps and junctions at Poppins Court and Shoe Lane; descending shaft, junction, Bride Lane; junction with Fleet Sewer.

Cornhill  COL/PL/04/01/005  Jun 1936

Former reference: Plan Box 1 Roll 5; PHD Plan Box. No. 63.


Related information: PHD Deed 9a/2677

Contents:
Sewer reconstruction. Signed plans
1. Plan and section of reconstruction of sewer in Cornhill between Royal Exchange Buildings and Bishopsgate and Gracechurch St. Horiz 22' Vert. 11' = 1". 30 x 20.
2. Details. ½" = 1'. 44 x 30½.

City of London Wards  COL/PL/04/01/014  1853

Former reference: Plan Box I Roll 14

Contents:
Plan of the City of London, in connection with Corporation Reform showing outline of wards only showing in each the number of proprietors rated, the amount of property rated the number of persons rated above £10 and the number of Municipal voters.

City of London Wards  COL/PL/04/04/022  1853

Former reference: Plan Box 4 Roll 22

Contents:
Wyld's plan of the City of London, in connection with Corporation Reform, showing suggested ward boundaries

City of London Wards  COL/PL/04/04/021  1856

Former reference: Plan Box 4 Roll 21

Contents:
Wyld's plan of the City of London, in connection with Corporation Reform, showing suggested ward boundaries

City of London Wards  COL/PL/04/04/023  1858

Former reference: Plan Box 4 Roll 23

Contents:
Wyld's plan of the City of London, in connection with Corporation Reform, showing suggested ward boundaries

City of London Wards  COL/PL/04/04/020  1853

Former reference: Plan Box 4 Roll 20

Contents:
Wyld's plan of the City of London, in connection with Corporation Reform, showing suggested ward boundaries

City of London Wards  COL/PL/04/04/019  1858

Former reference: Plan Box 4 Roll 19

Contents:
Wyld's plan of the City of London, in connection with Corporation Reform, showing suggested ward boundaries

City of London parishes  COL/PL/04/02/009  1947

Former reference: Plan Box 2 Roll 9

50 x 28

Contents:
Plans of the City of London, 25" to the Mile, with parishes coloured. Prepared from the O.S. for the purpose of Tithe considerations 1947

City of London  COL/PL/04/02/010  1937

Former reference: Plan Box 2 Roll 10

50 x 29½

Contents:
Ordnance Survey Map of the City of London. 25" = 1m. 1937. London sheets of 1916 edition, with additional information

City of London  COL/PL/04/02/009  1947

Former reference: Plan Box 2 Roll 9

Contents:
Ordnance Survey, 1878, 25" = 1m.
City Street
Reprinted 1947, copies

City of London  COL/PL/04/02/025  1847

Former reference: Plan Box 2 Roll 25

49½ x 28.

Contents:
Levels
General plan of the City of London showing its relative levels.
Wm. Haywood, surveyor of Cmmrs. of Sewers.
Approx 70 yds = 1".

Blackfriars Bridge  COL/PL/04/01/006  1906

Former reference: Plan Box 1. Roll 6

Contents:
Widening: Contract Drawings

Brandsburton  COL/PL/04/02/004  1891

Former reference: Plan Box 2 Roll 4

Contents:
Ordnance Survey Map

Tower Bridge  COL/PL/04/03/005  n.d.

Former reference: Plan Box 3 Roll 5

46½ x 27.

Contents:
Plan showing stresses due to dead and live loading.
Elevation and plan and tabulation of stresses
With copy (? negative) 40' 1"

Artizan Street  COL/PL/04/02/013  Feb 1929

Former reference: Plan Box 2 Roll 13; PHD. Plan Box. No. 37


Related information: PHD Deed 10a/2059

Contents:
Sewer reconstruction. Signed plans.
General plan and sections for reconstruction of sewer in Artizan Street and part of Stoney Lane, from Harrow Place to New Street. Horiz. 22', Vert. 11' = 11".
Details. ½" x ¼" = 1'.

New Almshouses, London  COL/PL/04/03/003  1885

Former reference: Plan Box 3 Roll 3

Contents:
Drawings X1 and X2, submitted under the name "Experience".

New Bridge Street  COL/PL/04/02/021  1836

Former reference: Surveyor's Plan City Lands No. 1555; Plan Box 2

Contents:
Plan of New Bridge Street, showing properties until East side between Little Bridge St. & Earl St, and the line of the street in the West Side.

Milton Street and Moor Lane  COL/PL/04/02/005  Jan 1930

Former reference: Plan Box 2 Roll 5; PHD Plan Box. No. 43.

52½ x 30.


Related information: PHD Deed 9a/2170

Contents:
Sewer re-inversion. Signed plan
General plan, section and details of sewer re-inversion in Milton Street South of Butler Street, and reconstruction of Moor Lane Sewer. Horiz. 22' Vert. 11' Details 2' = 1".
General plan, section and details of sewer reconstruction in Moor Lane from Butler St. to New Union St. and reinversion of Milton St. Sewer. Horiz. 22' Vert. 11' Details 2' = 1".

Spitalfields Market  COL/PL/04/01/009  1928

Former reference: Plan Box 1 Roll 9

55 x 29½

Contents:
Auction rooms
Plans of proposed auction rooms, City Architect & Surveyor, Aug 1928, revised Feb 1929 referred to in his report to Central Markets Committee 26 Feb 1929. Revised Dec 1929 Brushfield Street frontage, between Commercial Street and Crispin Street. 8' = 1"
Basement. Drawing No. 523
Ground floor Drawing No. 524
First floor Drawing No. 525
Second floor Drawing No. 526
Third floor Drawing No. 527

Spitalfields Market  COL/PL/04/01/003  Aug 1923

Former reference: Plan Box 1. Roll 3

Contents:
Housing Plan approved Plans of Flats, Whitaker & Dron Buildings

Lower Thames Street  COL/PL/04/02/022  Aug 1835

Former reference: Surveyor's Plan City Lands No. 1565; Plan Box 2 Roll 22

Contents:
Plan of Lower Thames Street and Billingsgate.

Lord Mayor's Show 1830  COL/PL/04/04/001  9 Nov 1830

Former reference: Plan box 4 Roll 1

Contents:
Plan of streets stopped up on the occasion of His Majesty's visit to the City

Lombard Street Street  COL/PL/04/02/008  Dec 1936

Former reference: PHD Plan Box. No. 65. Plan Box 2 Roll 8


Related information: PHD Deed 9a/2711

Contents:
Sewer reconstruction. Signed plans.
1. Plan, section and details for reconstruction of sewer in Lombard Street from Bank to Gracechurch Street. Plan 44' = 1". Section Horiz. 22' Vert. 11' = 1". Details: Side entrance by King William Street; junction with Cornhill Sewer; junction at Nicholas Lane; junction at Birchin Lane; typical section and connections. ½" = 1'. 53½ x 30½.
2. Entrance and junction at Plough Court; junctions at Ball Alley, Clements Lane, George Yard; detail of vertilating shaft; descending shaft and junction at Gracechurch St. ½" = 1'. 51 x 29.

Leadenhall Market  COL/PL/04/01/012  c. 1835

Former reference: Surveyor's Plan City Lands No. 1576; Plan Box 1 Roll 12

Contents:
Plan of Leadenhall Market

London Central Markets, Poultry and Provision  COL/PL/04/02/023  1882

Former reference: Plan Box 2 Roll 23

Contents:
Plan of the London Central Poultry and Provision Market, 2 copies

London Central Markets  COL/PL/04/01/008  Apr 1926

Former reference: Plan Box 1 Roll 8

Contents:
Plans of reconstruction, carrying Market over Railway Sidings

London Central Markets  COL/PL/04/01/002  n.d.

Former reference: Plan Box 1 Roll 2

Contents:
New steelwork and girders. Contract Drawings 1-10, 12-14. Substructure.
A.T. Walmisley & White

Metropolitan Cattle Market  COL/PL/04/05/001  1884

Former reference: Surv. Wet. Plan 1738; Plan Box 5 Roll 1

44 x 31"

Contents:
Plan of the Market showing sewers and drains, watermains, filtered and unfiltered, and gas mains.
Architect's Office, 1884
80' = 1"

Metropolitan Cattle Market  COL/PL/04/05/002  5 Feb 1948

Former reference: Plan Box 5 Roll 2

39½ x 29½".

Contents:
Plan of layout of No. 64 Vehicle Repair Depot.
CRE North West London.
44' = 1"

Old Bailey  COL/PL/04/02/002  Jul 1930

Former reference: Plan Box 2 Roll 2; (PHD Plan Box. No. 45.


Related information: PHD Deed 9a/2225

Contents:
Sewer reconstruction and re-inversion. Signed plans.
1. General plan and section of sewer reconstruction and re-inversion in Old Bailey from Giltspur St. to Fleet Lane. Horiz. 22' Vert. 11' = 1". 29½ x 27½.
2. Details. ½" = 1" 50½ x 29½.

Bishopsgate Police Station  COL/PL/04/03/009  1 Jan 1936

Former reference: Plan Box 3 Roll 9

Contents:
Certified survey drawings of the Old City Police Buildings, Bishopsgate and Rose Alley. Deposited

Ratcliff  COL/PL/04/03/019  1837

Former reference: Plan Box 3 Roll 19; Surveyor's Plan City Lands No. 1511


Related information: For general plans of the Ratcliff estate c. 1841, see Surveyor's City Lands Plans, vol 3., nos. 309 - 311 (portfolio)

Contents:
Plan of Ratcliff Queen Street &c. 20' = 1"
Queen Street / Ratcliff Cross/Narrow St./ Regent Canal & Way to Houseferry Rd.

Ratcliff  COL/PL/04/01/007  c. 1770

Former reference: Plan Box 1 Roll 7; Compt. Ch Plan 277

Contents:
Plan, rough, of premises at Pump Yard and the Cross, showing Goodwyn's Brewhouse, and premises between Ratcliff Cross, Narrow St. and new openings extending into Queen St. and London St., showing corner of Broad St. and Butcher Row, and Landing Place at corner of Ratcliff Cross and Narrow St. 34 x 27, approx 11½ = 1"
Block plan of the same, showing tenants of the various plots, and ground proposed to be let in one lot on the south side of the new opening at Ratcliff. 29½ x 29½, ns. but approx. as above
Plan of premises between the new opening and Narrow St. 27 x 20¾, 11½' = 1"

Greater London Development Plan  COL/PL/04/05/004  1967

Former reference: Plan Box 5, roll 4

Source of acquisition: Rec'd. from Comptroller & City Solicitor, Aug. 1980


Contents:
Initial Development Plan for Greater London
Programme map for town map. Sheet 22 [key plan] ref. TM 22/PM 22
Sheet 6 [Marylebone] ref. TM 6/PM 6
Sheet 7 [inc. City] ref. TM 7/PM 7
Sheet 8 [Stepney & Poplar] ref. TM 8/PM 8
Sheet 13 [Southwark & Bermondsey] ref. TM 13/PM 13
Sheet 14 [Isle of Dogs & Deptford] ref. TM 14/PM 14
Sheet 19 [Camberwell] ref. TM 19/PM 19
Sheet 20 [Lewisham] ref. TM 20/PM 20
Scale 1/10560 G.L.C. Planning Dept.
Draft Greater London Development Plan, October 1967.
Road Map, sheets 1R-4R, 6R-9R
Constraints Map, sheets 1C-4C, 6C-9C
Metropolitan Structure Map, sheets 1M-4M, 6M-9M
High Buildings Policy, Streets 1-9 and key sheet.
Greater London Development plan
Certified true copy Metropolitan Structure Maps, sheets 1M-9M and notation Scale 1/25,000 July 1969
Certified true copy Roads Maps, sheets 1R-9R and notation Scale 1/25,000 July 1969

Town Planning Resolution Map  COL/PL/04/02/012  11 Jun 1936

Former reference: Plan Box 2 Roll 12


Related information: Approval of Ministry of Health to above plan, 29 Oct 1936. Misc.MSS.189.7

Contents:
Sealed in Common Council and certified by the Town Clerk 12 Jun 1936
(On O.S.Map. 25" = 1m.)

Tower Street and Eastcheap  COL/PL/04/03/022  18 May 1882

Former reference: Plan Box 3 Roll 22; PHD Plan Box. No.21.

54 x 23.


Related information: PHD Deed 1a/1172

Contents:
Widening and new street.
Plan of new street and widening from King William Street to Trinity Square referred to in agreement between the Metropolitan and Metropolitan District Railway Companies and the Commissioners of Sewers, Horiz. 44', Vert. 8' = 1". Plan & Sections.

Tooley Street  COL/PL/04/03/016  18th c.

Former reference: Surveyor's Bridge House Plan No.6; Plan Box 3 Roll 16

Contents:
Plan of the area bounded by Tooley Street, London Bridge, River Thames and Milk Lane, including the Bridge House and Yard.
30' = 1".

Threadneedle Street  COL/PL/04/04/003  Dec 1938

Former reference: Plan Box 4 Roll 3; PHD Plan Box. No. 75.


Related information: PHD Deed 9a/2853

Contents:
Sewers reconstruction. Signed plans.
1. Plan and sections for reconstruction of Sewer in Threadneedle Street from Bank of England, opposite Wellington Statue, to Old Broad Street, and for linking up sewer from Bartholomew Lane to Threadneedle St. Plans 44' = 1" Sections Horiz. 22' Vert. 11' = 1". 37½ x 26
2. Details. ½" = 1'. 49½ x 28.

Tokenhouse Yard  COL/PL/04/03/011  Apr 1937

Former reference: Plan Box 3 Roll 11; PHD Plan Box. No. 68.


Related information: PHD Recd 9a/2763

Contents:
Sewer reconstruction. Signed plan
Plan, section and details of reconstruction of sewer in Tokenhouse yard to Lothbury. Plan 44' Section Horiz. 22' Vert. 11' Details 2' = 1". 47½ x 25.

Thames Embankment  COL/PL/04/04/014  1840

Former reference: Plan Box 4 Roll 14

Contents:
Plan showing the line of the proposed Embankments north and south of the River Thames from Vauxhall Bridge to London Bridge. Walker & Burges.

Upper Thames Street  COL/PL/04/02/015  Jun 1938

Former reference: Plan Box 2 Roll 15; PHD Plan Box. No. 71.

46½ x 28½


Related information: PHD Deed 9a/2803

Contents:
Cleaning depot. Proposed improvements. Signed plan
Plan of ground floor, first floor and basement, showing existing uses and proposed alterations and improvements. 4' = 1".

Vine Street  COL/PL/04/03/020  c. 1835

Former reference: Plan Box 3 Roll 20; Surveyor's Plan City Lands No. 1515

Contents:
Plan of Vine Street from the Circus. Minories, to St John St.

Watling Street  COL/PL/04/03/004  Nov 1932

Former reference: Plan Box 3 Roll 4; PHD Plan Box. No. 50

49½ x 27½.


Related information: PHD Deed 12a/2405

Contents:
Sewer, linking up. Signed plan
Plans and sections of proposed linking up of sewers
a) Bow Lane and Watling Street
b) Bread St. and Watling St.
c) Friday St. and Watling St.
d) Old Change and Carter Lane.
Plans: 44' = 1". Sections ½" = 1'.

William Street  COL/PL/04/02/003  Feb 1932

Former reference: Plan Box 2 Roll 3; PHD Plan Box. No 49.

49½ x 30.


Related information: PHD Deed 9a/2397

Contents:
Sewer reconstruction. Signed plan
General plan, section and details of reconstruction of sewer in Water Street and William Street to the east of Kingscote Street, in connection with Unilever House new building.
11' = 1". Details ½" x ¼" = 1'.

Ward Boundaries  COL/PL/04/04/007  c. 1957

Former reference: Plan Box 4 Roll 7; 46.F.7

47½ x 24. Coloured. on paper


Related information: 46.F.9

Contents:
Copies of a Map of the Wards of Cheap, Cordwainer, Vintry and Walbrook, sealed in Co.Co. 21 Feb. 1957 to accompany the Act of Common Council to alter the boundaries of those wards.
88' = 1".

Castle Street  COL/PL/04/02/024  c. 1770

Former reference: Surveyor's Plan City Lands No. 1705; Plan Box 2 Roll 24

Contents:
Plan of Castle Street, Noble Street and Well Street, 21' = 1". In the ward of Cripplegate

Bunhill Row  COL/PL/04/03/018  1835

Former reference: Surveyor's Plan City Lands No. 1507; Plan Box 3 Roll 18

Contents:
Plan of Bunhill Row, Artillery ground &c.
20' = 1"

Houndsditch  COL/PL/04/02/019  18th c.

Former reference: Plan Box 2 Roll 19; Surveyor's City Lands Plan No. 1616

Contents:
Plan of Bevis Marks, Camomile Street, Houndsditch & Castle Street.

Town and Country Planning Act 1932  COL/PL/04/02/012  12 Jun 1936

Former reference: Plan Box 2 Roll 12


Related information: Misc.MSS.189.7

Contents:
Plan sealed in Co.Co. 11 June 1936 and certified by Town Clerk

Hutchinson Street Area  COL/PL/04/02/014  30 May 1928

Former reference: Plan Box 2 Roll 14; PHD Plan Box. No 34

23½ x 29


Related information: PHD Deed 6a/1964

Contents:
New Street, Sewer, proposed new. Signed plans
General plan and sections. New Street sewer from Seven Step Alley to Middlesex St. Horiz: 22' Nest. 11' = 1".
Details. 44½ x 27½. ½" = 1'

Holborn Valley Improvement  COL/PL/04/02/020  1866

Former reference: Plan Box 2 Roll 20

Contents:
Plan showing lines of intended improvements.

ROLLED PLANS: OUTSIZE  COL/PL/05  [n.d.]

Epping Forest  COL/PL/05/026  1955 - 1956

Former reference: Large Plan Roll 26

mounted on rollers

Contents:
Map of lands forming Epping Forest, referred to in the section of the City of London (Various Powers) Act, 1956, of which the marginal note is "Lands forming Epping forest". & Parliament Session
Signed: Drogheda
City Surv. OS 6" = 1m Revision of 1915 with additions 1938 & 1947, showing forest lands, and roads repairable by the inhabitants at large on lands forming Epping Forest.
87" x 52"

Epping Forest  COL/PL/05/027  17 Nov 1955

Former reference: Large Plan Roll 27

Contents:
Map of lands forming Epping Forest, referred to in the section of the City of London (Various Powers) Act, 1956, of which the marginal note is "Lands forming Epping forest". & Parliament Session
Signed: Drogheda
City Surv. OS 6" = 1m Revision of 1915 with additions 1938 & 1947, showing forest lands, and roads repairable by the inhabitants at large on lands forming Epping Forest.
87" x 52"

Epping Forest  COL/PL/05/014  n.d.

Former reference: Large Plan Roll No. 14

Contents:
Map of Epping Forest
6" = 1m. Annotated, showing easements, wayleaves, land granted for widening roads and paths. Mounted on rollers.

Holborn Valley Improvement  COL/PL/05/032  c. 1869

Former reference: Large Plan Roll 32


Related information: H.V.I. Box 20.8

Contents:
Cheffin's Survey

Hornchurch  COL/PL/05/043  c. 1916

Former reference: Large Plan Roll 43

Contents:
Large scale wall plan of land at Hornchurch, Soule Marsh, Essex. Alfred Mansfield, Engineering & Land Surveyor, Fitz Alan House, Arundel St, Strand. After 1916

Hutchinson Street  COL/PL/05/033  c. 1919

Former reference: Large Plan Roll 33

Contents:
Hutchinson Street Area Housing. Large scale wall plan, 1 inch to 8 ft.

Ilford Housing  COL/PL/05/037  c. 1919 - 1920

Former reference: Large Plan Roll 37

Contents:
Wall plan of Corporation of London Housing Scheme, Ilford Site

City of London Cemetery  COL/PL/05/047  1857

Former reference: Large Plan Roll 47

5'6¼" x 9'7½" (935mm. x 680 mm.)

Source of acquisition: Rec'd. from City Engineer, 1976


Contents:
Plan of the City of London Cemetery at Little Ilford in the County of Essex
Scale 1/600 (50 feet to an inch)
By William Haywood Sewers Office, Guildhall, with later additions

City of London  COL/PL/05/045  n.d.

Former reference: Large Plan Roll 45

Contents:
Large scale wall plan of the City
5 ft to 1 mile

Broad Street  COL/PL/05/005  c. 1807

Former reference: Large Plan Roll No.5; Surveyor's City Lands Plan No. 1655

Contents:
Plan of City Lands properties in the area of New Broad Street and Hounwood Street, extending to Moonfield. No scale

London Bridge Approaches  COL/PL/05/022  1823

Former reference: Large Plan Roll 22

12ft. x 59".

Contents:
Plan showing the site of the New and Old London Bridge together with the adjoining property in the City of London and Borough of Southwark.
Little Towers St/Idol Lane/Eastcheap/Crooked Lane.
Guy's Hospital / Talbot Inn Borough High St.
20' = 1"

London Bridge Approaches  COL/PL/05/007  c. 1820

Former reference: Large Plan Roll No.7; Surveyor's City Lands Plan No. 2488

90" x 53"

Contents:
Plan of property adjacent to the Northern approaches of London Bridge, bounded by Custom House, St Dunstan's in the East, St Mary at Hill, Eastcheap, Cannon Street and All Hallows Church. 20' = 1"

London Bridge Approaches  COL/PL/05/008  c. 1820

Former reference: Large Plan Roll No.8; Surveyor's City Lands Plan No. 2489.

70" x 56"

Contents:
Plan of property adjacent to the Southern approaches, bounded by Tooley St. Joiners St. Guys Hospital, George Inn, Borough High St, York St and St Saviours Church. 20'= 1"

Cannon Street  COL/PL/05/006  c. 1856

Former reference: Large Plan Roll no.6; Surveyor's City lands Plan No. 2341

Contents:
Plan of buildings in Cannon Street from King William Street to St Paul's Churchyard and elevation of the frontages between King William Street and Bread St. No scale.

Cannon Street  COL/PL/05/031  c. 1856

Former reference: Large Plan Roll No. 31

Size:143" ½ x 21¾". Pen and ink and water-colour

Contents:
Elevations of proposed buildings on the south side of Cannon Street between Laurence Poutney Hill and block west of Queen Street. Plan prepared in connection with Cannon Street Improvement

Bridge Act, 1911  COL/PL/05/035  1911

Former reference: Large Plan Roll 35


Related information: For deposited plans, maps, sections & Book of Reference re Corporation of London (Bridge) Act, 1911, see Remembrances' Parliamentary Vols., Nos. 281-286

Contents:
Large Scale wall plan in relation to the City of London (Bridges) Act.
5 ft. to 1 mile; covers the city and surrounding districts from the Elephant & Castle in the south, to Regent's Canal in the north.

Burnham Beeches  COL/PL/05/029  16 Jun 1885

Former reference: Large Plan Roll 29

43½ x 52½

Contents:
Map of Burnham Beeches, from survey of 1875.
Scale 1/2500 or 25.344 inches to 1 mile.

Spitalfields Market  COL/PL/05/025  27 Mar 1913

Former reference: Large Plan Roll 25; Surveyors Net Plan 3645; Surveyors Net Plan 3647; Surveyors' Mkt Plan 3646

Contents:
Plans of Stepney Borough Council's alternative scheme for improvements, street widening or other works in the vicinity of Spitalfields Market, submitted in accordance with Sec.3 of Stepney Borough Council (Spitalfields Market) Act 1912. Signed Town Clerk. Borough Engineer
Drawing No. 1895. Plan of area showing street width and proposed width 45½ x 39½. 44' = 1"
Drawing No 1895a Block plan of market and northern and southern blocks with shops on Commercial Street. 30½ x 60. 22' = 1".
Drawing No 1923 Agreed scheme signed by Chairman of Committees and seated by the Borough; City Surveyor and Borough Engineer Nov 1913. 45 x 39½. 44'= 1".
Plan of Spitalfields Market extended to Steward Street. Metropolitan Borough of Stepney. Engineer 1913. 48 x 40. 44'= 1".

Greater London  COL/PL/05/019  23 Oct 1899

Former reference: Large Plan Roll 19

39½ x 26, mounted on rollers.

Contents:
Map of the County of London, showing the boundaries of the LCC., Sanitary Districts, Parishes, Boards of Works, extra parochial places and the City of London. (Stanford's Government of London series.) 2"= 1m.

Metropolitan Cattle Market: Clock Tower  COL/PL/05/016  n.d.

Former reference: Large Plan Roll No.16; Surveyor's Mkt. Plan 1615

146" x 43",extending to 62" at bottom.

Contents:
Elevation, half in section, and details of Clock Tower.
1ft. = 1", and f.s.

Princess Street  COL/PL/05/044  n.d.

Former reference: Large Plan Roll 44

Contents:
Proposed Improvement, corner of Princes Street and Mansion House Street
Large scale wall plan, about 5" to 10 ft.

Queen Victoria Street  COL/PL/05/041  c. 1930

Former reference: Large Plan Roll 41

Contents:
Proposed Improvement, Queen Victoria Street, Great Trinity Lane to Garlick Hill.
Large scale wall plan, about 1" to 10ft. E. Finch, City Engineer.

Railways  COL/PL/05/036  1913

Former reference: Large Plan Roll 36

Contents:
Map of the Railways of London and Suburbs showing railways open, authorised and constructing, together with those proposed for session compiled by Robt J. Cook and Hammond, lithographers

Southwark  COL/PL/05/021  Nov 1833

Former reference: Large Plan Roll 21

Contents:
Map of the Borough of Southwark distinguishing the several parishes thereof and starting the situation of the several boundary stores (of the City's jurisdiction), for the Commission to engine into the state of the Municipal Corporations in England and Wales.

Street Traffic Act, 1909  COL/PL/05/046  1909

Former reference: Large Plan Roll 46

Contents:
Large scale wall plan in relation to the City of London (Street Traffic) Act, 1909 (5ft to 1 mile; covers the City and surrounding districts)

Town Planning  COL/PL/05/042  1944

Former reference: Large Plan Roll 42

Coloured wall plan

Contents:
Plan of preliminary general proposals for Post War Reconstruction in the City of London
Scale approx 1" to 100 ft.
Attached a list of streets in the City renamed since Dec 1938

Town Planning  COL/PL/05/020  15 Nov 1934

Former reference: Large Plan Roll 20

Contents:
Town Planning Resolution Map 25" = 1m.

Tottenham Court Road  COL/PL/05/003  1797

Former reference: Large Plan Roll 3; Surveyor's City Lands Plan No. 1316

Contents:
Plan of the City's estate at Tottenham Court Road bounded by Bedford St and Francis St. 20' = 1"

Threadmadle Street  COL/PL/05/038  c. 1921

Former reference: Large Plan Roll 38

Contents:
Improvement, Threadmadle St.
Large scale wall plan. E. Finch, City Engineer [1915-38]

City of London Wharves  COL/PL/05/034  Jun 1908

Former reference: Large Plan Roll 34

Contents:
"Map showing the wharves within the area of the City of London", prepared by Cuthbert J.Lake, chartered surveyor, 25 Bucklersbury [o.s 25" to 1 mile of 1897 on which one shown in colour wharves on both the City and Southwark banks of the Thames].

St Peter's Alley, Cornhill  COL/PL/05/039  Dec 1929

Former reference: Large Plan Roll 39

Contents:
Proposed Widening.
Large scale wall plan, about 4½" to 10 ft. E.E. Finch, City Engineer.

St Paul's Churchyard  COL/PL/05/040  Jul 1929

Former reference: Large Plan Roll 40

Contents:
Proposed Improvement, St Paul's Churchyard, Cannon Street and Friday Street. Large scale wall plan. E.E. Finch, City Engineer.

Holborn Valley Improvement  COL/PL/05/001  n.d.

Former reference: Large Plan Roll No 1

Contents:
Plan of property situate in the City of London and county of Middlesex proposed to be purchased under the Holborn Valley Improvement Act.
Showing properly in the vicinity of Farringdon Street, Holborn Hill, Skinner Street etc.
Scale 1/264.

City of London Improvements  COL/PL/05/017  1853

Former reference: Large Plan Roll No 17; Surveyor's City Lands Plan no 2490

70" x 44" Ms. Block plan

Contents:
Map of London, 1766, showing public works executed, buildings erected and street improvements effected out of funds aided by Coal Duties, up to 1852. Architect's Office

City of London Improvements  COL/PL/05/009  1853

Former reference: Large Plan Roll No 17; Surveyor's City Lands Plan no 2490

70" x 44" Ms. Block plan; poor condition

Contents:
Map of London, 1766, showing public works executed, buildings erected and street improvements effected out of funds aided by Coal Duties, up to 1852. Architect's Office

City of London Cemetery  COL/PL/05/002  1853

Former reference: Large Plan Box Roll No 2

Source of acquisition: Received from City Engineer, Oct 1974



Related information: The same also signed. Scale 1/2400 approx. (Received from the City Architect) 193.A.1

Contents:
Plan of Alders Brook Farm in the parishes of Wanstead and Little Ifford in the County of Essex. Surveyed Oct 1853
Scale 1/1200 approx. Coloured; trees, buildings, roads, railways etc. shown.
Signed William Haywood, 2 Dec 1853

Epping Forest: Horse Rides  COL/PL/05/015  11 May 1937

Former reference: Large Plan Roll No 15.

on rollers; mounted copy of the plan


Related information: 31.B.9

Contents:
Certified copy of the plan of the housewides in Epping forest on which riding is permitted in accordance with the minutes of the Epping forest Committee: 6" = 1m. Signed: Alfred Roach, Town Clerk. 42" x 26"

Epping Forest  COL/PL/05/028  1882

Former reference: Large Plan Roll 28

Mounted on rollers; 56½ x 93.


Related information: For definition of Epping Forest Map colourings see Committees: Epping Forest: Papers: Subject Files No.5 (re Wayleaves etc.)

Contents:
Epping forest Arbitration Map, authenticated by the signature of the Arbitrators as directed by Sec. 3 of the Epping Forest Act, 1880. Signed: Arthur Hobhouse 24 Jul 1882
Certified by Robt. C. Driver, Oct 1882

FOLDED PLANS  COL/PL/06  [n.d.]

Isle of Dogs Docks  COL/PL/06/03/011  1837

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 3.11

Contents:
Book of reference to the proposed Collier Wharfs on the East side of the site of Dogs, with a railway to the London and Blackstead Railway.
2 copies

Electric Lighting  COL/PL/06/01/003  1890 - 1891

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 1.3

Contents:
West District No.1, Contract plan, 5 Feb. 1891; Central District No.2, Contract plan 19 May 1890; East District No.3, Contract plan 28 May 1890, Laing Whanton & Down &c. Each 88' = 1" (O.S. 1875)
No.1, 46 x 46; No.2, 58 x 46; No.3, 49 x 58.

Boundaries of Coal Duties and of Coal Posts  COL/PL/06/05/013  Post 1861

Former reference: Folded Plan 5.13

4 folded plans, paper on lines, size of each, c. 19" x 18½" in a slip-case.

Contents:
Plan, in 4 parts, of area of coal duties, shewing locations of coal posts on Metropolitan Police District boundary.
Scale: 1" to 1 mile

City of London: Sanitary districts  COL/PL/06/01/006  c. 1867

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 1.6

52" x 32".

Contents:
General Plan of the City of London, shewing the districts of the sanitary inspectors (West, West Middle, East Middle & East) as arranged January 1867. 220' = 1"

City of London: Parishes  COL/PL/06/01/004  1862

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 1.4

52" x 32".

Contents:
Copy of the plan of the boundaries of the parishes within and without the walls of the City of London showing the sites of the churches and the parishes which have been united for ecclesiastical purposes, surveyed June 1859 by Messrs. Rd. Thess & Chambers. 220' = 1"
William Haywood

City of London  COL/PL/06/01/005  1854

Former reference: Folded Plan. Box 1.5

52" x 32"

Contents:
General plans of the City of London, prepared by the Engineer's office and used for various purposes.
Block plans. 25" = 1m.
General plan showing sewers

City of London  COL/PL/06/01/004  1859

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 1.4

52" x 32"

Contents:
General plans of the City of London, prepared by the Engineer's office and used for various purposes.
Block plans. 25" = 1m.
General plan showing parish boundaries

City of London  COL/PL/06/01/006  1861

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 1.6

52" x 32"

Contents:
General plans of the City of London, prepared by the Engineer's office and used for various purposes.
Block plans. 25" = 1m.
General plan showing sanitary districts

Greater London  COL/PL/06/01/001  n.d.

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 1.1

Contents:
Stanford's Library Map of London and its suburbs is 24 sheets (have joined into the districts. North and South).
6" = 1m

Greater London  COL/PL/06/01/002  1877

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 1.2

Contents:
Stanford's Library Map of London and its suburbs is 24 sheets (have joined into the districts. North and South)
6" = 1m
With additions to sheet 18.

Greater London  COL/PL/06/02/001  1856

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 2.1

160.5 x 122 cms. [153 x 105 between next fines, some information extending into margin] in 18 sheets mounted on linen as one folded plan.


Related information: For 1993 published edition of this map.
Plan 229.E.1

Contents:
Geology and Contours
London-Geological and Topographical
Map of the Geology and Contours of London and Its Environs
Scale 1/17032. By Robert W. Mylne, C.E., F.G.S., F.S.A., F.I.B.A.
Engraved by Waterlow & Sons. London, Edward Stanford,1856.
Endorsed 'W Haywood' and 'Engineers Office', Guildhall W.H. 1856'
Notes [taken from publisher's notes] The Map embraces the district extending from Kew Bridge on the West to Plumstead Marshes on the East and from Hornsey on the North to Crystal Palace on the south... The Map represents geologically in twelve colours the various surface soils.

Greater London  COL/PL/06/02/002  1856

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 2.2

160 x 122 cms. [154 x 105 between neat lines, some information extending into margin] in 18 sheets mounted on lines as one folded plan

Contents:
Contours and Districts and Sewers
London-Districts of the Metropolis Local Management Act * and sewers Map of the Contours of London and Its Environs, showing the districts of the Metropolis Local Management Act and lines of the principal sewers *18 & 19 Vict., cap 120
Scale 1/17032. By Robert W. Mylne, C.E., F.G.S., F.S.A., F.I.B.A.
Engraved by Waterlow & Sons. London, Edward Stanford,1856.
Endorsed 'W Haywood' and 'Engineers Office', Guildhall W.H. 1856'
Notes [taken from publisher's notes] The Map embraces the district extending from Kew Bridge on the West to Plumstead Marshes on the East... and from Hornsey on the North to Crystal Palace on the South... Eventually, in 1855, a scheme was proposed, and passed the Legislature, dividing the Metropolis into 37 districts, each being represented by a local elected District Board and from them one or more members are chosen to form a Metropolitan Board of Works... This Board is intended to direct and approve all works of importance... the main Sewers are specially vested under their control

Greater London  COL/PL/06/02/003  1856

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 2.3

161 x 121 cms. [154 x 105 between neat lines, some information extending into margin] in 18 sheets mounted on linen as one folded plan

Contents:
Contours and Districts of the Different Water Works and Areas Supplied
London-Districts of the Different Water Works and Areas Supplied Map of the Contours of London and Its Environs, showing the districts and areas supplied by the nine metropolitan water works' companies.
Scale: 1/17032. By Robert W. Mylne, C.E., F.G.S., F.S.A., F.I.B.A.
Engraved by Waterlow & Sons. London, Edward Stanford,1856.
Endorsed 'W Haywood' and 'Engineers Office', Guildhall W.H. 1856'
Notes [taken from publisher's notes] The Map embraces the district extending from Kew Bridge on the West to Plumstead Marshes on the East... and from Hornsey on the North to Crystal Palace on the South... The districts of the Nine Water Companies which now supply London are distinguished by separate colours... the sources of supply are also given, the number of tenements, and the position and level of the various Filtering Storage and Service Reservoirs, and Engine Establishments

Holborn Terminus Railway  COL/PL/06/03/010  1845

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 3.10


Related information: Plan Drawer D.4a.

Contents:
Plan and Section of the proposed Holborn Terminus Railway

Eastern Counties Railway  COL/PL/06/04/001  Nov 1845

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 4.1


Related information: Clerk of the Peace Plans No. 53

Contents:
Plans of the proposed Eastern Counties Railway Extension, Tottenham and Farringdon Street Branch. Deposited Plans.

Railways  COL/PL/06/01/007  1862 - 1864

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 1.7

49' x 38'


Related information: P.D.70.22
Misc.MSS.254.6

Contents:
Plan of proposed railways, Session 1864, on Stanford's Library Map of London and its suburbs, published 1862, additions 1863.
6" = 1m.

Town Planning: County of London  COL/PL/06/05/007  1 Dec 1959 - 27 Jul 1961

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 5.7

12½" x 13"

Contents:
Compulsory Purchase.
County of London (Aldgate High St., City of London) Compulsory Purchase Order, dated 1 Dec 1959, with sealed map referred to in the order, relating to Nos. 45 and 46 Aldgate High St.
With copy order and plan as confirmed by the Minister of Transport.
Scale 1/1250

Town Planning: County of London  COL/PL/06/05/008  14 Nov 1961

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 5.8

10¼" x 12½"

Contents:
Compulsory Purchase
County of London (Tower Hill, City of London) Compulsory Purchase order, dated 14 Nov. 1961, with sealed map referred to in the order relating to Nos. 11 & 12 Circus, Macmillan Garden, site of no. 1 Hammet St., Nos. 92, 93, 96-99 (counsel), sites of the Woolpack PH. (94), 95, 102, 103, 104 Minoris, Nos. 2-8 (even), 14 Vine St., King Georges' field Children's Playground, and freddy Domones' Garden comprising the sites of 100, 101 Minoris, 2, 2a Hammett St. and 10 Vine St.
Scale 1/1250

Town Planning  COL/PL/06/02/004  1951 - 1955

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 2.4

1 volume, 199 pages including appendices

Contents:
County of London Development Plan. 1951, with certificate that the statement and maps listed together comprise a true extract relating to land in the City of London, 3 Jan 1952. With Additional statement, appendices and maps as modified by the Minister of Housing and Local Government and instrument of approval 7 Mar 1955
Statement. Certified true copy

Town Planning  COL/PL/06/02/005  1951 - 1955

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 2.5

2 copies, 27 pages

Contents:
County of London Development Plan. 1951, with certificate that the statement and maps listed together comprise a true extract relating to land in the City of London, 3 Jan 1952. With Additional statement, appendices and maps as modified by the Minister of Housing and Local Government and instrument of approval 7 Mar 1955
Statement, excluding appendices, as approved with modifications

Town Planning  COL/PL/06/02/006  1951 - 1955

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 2.6

2 copies, 214 pages

Contents:
County of London Development Plan. 1951, with certificate that the statement and maps listed together comprise a true extract relating to land in the City of London, 3 Jan 1952. With Additional statement, appendices and maps as modified by the Minister of Housing and Local Government and instrument of approval 7 Mar 1955
Schedule of modifications to the statement and appendices

Town Planning  COL/PL/06/02/007  1951 - 1955

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 2.7

1 volume, XVII and 325 pages

Contents:
County of London Development Plan. 1951, with certificate that the statement and maps listed together comprise a true extract relating to land in the City of London, 3 Jan 1952. With Additional statement, appendices and maps as modified by the Minister of Housing and Local Government and instrument of approval 7 Mar 1955
Analysis

Town Planning  COL/PL/06/02/008  1951 - 1955

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 2.8

Contents:
County of London Development Plan. 1951, with certificate that the statement and maps listed together comprise a true extract relating to land in the City of London, 3 Jan 1952. With Additional statement, appendices and maps as modified by the Minister of Housing and Local Government and instrument of approval 7 Mar 1955
Instrument of approval, certified copy of sealed instrument, 7 Mar 1955

Town Planning  COL/PL/06/02/010  1951 - 1955

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 2.10

Contents:
County of London Development Plan 1951/5.
Amendment No.15 (1959). Draft advertisement on amendment on 12 Jan. operative from 6 Feb. 1959, with certified true copy of the amendment with amended statement, town map, programme map, area of comprehensive development No.1 City of London Comprehensive development area map, and programme map, designation map
Area No.1504,
With a similar set of maps and amended statement, probably draft or proposed amendments.

Town Planning  COL/PL/06/05/004  1961 - 1962

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 5.4

Contents:
County of London Development Plan
Amendment No. 44 (1962
Certified copy of amendment, 14 Aug 1962, Min of Housing and local Government.
Upper Thames St - Queen St.
Folder containing:
Section of comprehensive Development Area Map, 25" = 1m.
Section of Programme Map, 25" = 1m
Designation Map Area No. 2012, 50" = 1m.
Amendment to appendices to the statement.
List notice of proposals, 20 July 1961.

Town Planning  COL/PL/06/05/003  1960

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 5.3

Contents:
County of London Development Plan, First Review, 1960.
Modifications (contd.)
Schedule of modifications made by the Minister of Housing and Local
Government to the statement submitted as the first review. 11pp.

Town Planning  COL/PL/06/05/009  1962

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 5.9

Contents:
County of London Development Plan Amendment No. 51 (1962).
Amendment No. 5 (1962), sealed Ministry of Housing and Local Government, 21 Dec 1962. Certified true copy.
Letter, Ministry to LCC 21 Dec 1962.
Statement referred to in Amendments 51 (1962). Certified true copy.
LCC proposals for alterations and additions to plan: Inspectors' report, 25 Jul 1961; and sections 8 (City of London) and 31 (miscellaneous).
LCC Modifications proposed to proposals for the amendment of the plan: Inspectors' report Jun 1962; and modifications No.181 (Leadenhall Market) and No. 259 (Route 11 - Newgate St. junction.)

Town Planning  COL/PL/06/05/005  1964

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 5.5

Contents:
County of London Development Plan
Amendment No. 115 (1964) sealed Ministry of Housing & Local Govt 30 Sep 1964. No. 33-33A Beech Street, 5-18 Red Lion Market & 57-69 (odd) Whitecross Street & Grasshopper Court. Certified true copy, with: Section of Town Map; Section of Comprehensive Development Area Map; Section of Programme Map; Designation Map, Area 2011; Amendment to written Statement, appendix 7, aprt B.
Amendment No. 116 (1964) sealed Ministry of Housing & Local Govt. 30 Sep 1964. Part of No. 33 Beech Street. Certified true copy with Section of Town Map; Designation Map, Area 2011A; Amendment to written Statement, appendix 7, Part B and Statement of Grounds.

Town Planning  COL/PL/06/05/011  1960

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 5.1

Contents:
Building Preservation Order.
The City of London (no1) Building Preservation Order 1960 under Towland and County planning Acts 1947-59. (With the plan, nos 9, Bridewell Place & 114 New Bridge Street). Unsealed; certified true copies.

Town Planning  COL/PL/06/05/006  1963

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 5.6

Contents:
Building preservation Orders.
Certified copies of orders and maps:
1. The County of London (National Provincial Bank, No. 15 Bishopsgate, City of London) Building preservation order, 1963.
2. The County of London (City of London Club, Old Broad St., City of London) Building Preservation Order, 1963.
With maps 1:1250 showing site plans only; and statements of grounds for orders.

Town Planning  COL/PL/06/05/012  1963

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 5.12

Contents:
Building Preservation Orders
The county of London (Nos 13 and 15 Moorgate, City of London) Building Preservation Order, 1963
Certified copy of the confirmed order and map

Ward Boundaries  COL/PL/06/01/003  1873

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 1.3

3 sheets folded; 3 sheets not folded

Contents:
Shown in detail on the Ordnance Survey 1875 88' ="(used for Electric Light Lighting District Plans 1891)

Sewers  COL/PL/06/01/005  1862

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 1.5

Contents:
General plan of the City of London showing the public sewers within the jurisdiction of the City Commissioners of Sewers, by William Haywood, Engineer, 1854, showing Inspector's districts, side entrances, flushing gates and pipes, urinals and water posts. 220' = 1" 52" x 32". William Haywood

Town Planning  COL/PL/06/02/009  1957

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 2.9


Related information: 81.A.5

Contents:
County of London Development Plan, 1951 as modified 1955
Amendment No. 3 (1957). Certified true copy of the Ministry of Housing and Local Government's amendment dated 14 Mar. 1957 with Town Map and Designation Map relating to Area No.1502 designating property on the corner of Beech St and Whitecross St. as subject to compulsory acquisition. (29-32 Beech St. & 55 Whitecross St. Finsbury, adjacent to City of London Comprehensive Development Area.)

Town Planning  COL/PL/06/05/002  1960

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 5.2


Related information: 82.D.1
82.D.2
82.D.3

Contents:
County of London Development Plan, First Review 1960.
Statement, Proposals for alterations and additions to Statistics, County Planning Report Vol.II.

Town Planning  COL/PL/06/03/001  1943

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 3.1


Related information: Abercrombie's Plan for London - 50 years on. A vision for the Future.
Report of the 2nd Annual Vision for London Lecture 1994 by Professor Peter Hall with illustrations from Abercrombie's original plans.
30pp. B/W and colour illustrations.
P.D 287.1

Contents:
County of London Plan. By J.H. Forshaw and P. Abercrombie, with a foreword by the Rt. Hon. Lord Latham
Prepared for the LCC (London, Macmillan, 1943)
xii + 188p. + 12 coloured + 58 pl.

Town Planning  COL/PL/06/03/002  1945

Former reference: Folded Plan Box 3.2


Related information: Abercrombie's Plan for London - 50 years on. A vision for the Future.
Report of the 2nd Annual Vision for London Lecture 1994 by Professor Peter Hall with illustrations from Abercrombie's original plans.
30pp. B/W and colour illustrations.
P.D 287.1

Contents:
Greater London Plan 1944. By P. Abercrombie (A Report prepared on behalf of the Standing Conference on London Regional Planning by Professor Abercrombie at the request of the Minister of Town and Country Planning)
(London, H.M.S.O., 1945)
x + 221p. + maps, illus.

FOLDED PLANS: EPPING FOREST  COL/PL/07  [n.d.]

Epping Forest Roads  COL/PL/07/013  Sep 1914

Former reference: Epping Forest Folded Plan No. 13

folded map

Contents:
Plan of proposed Epping New Road Widening from Woodford U.D. North Boundary to Wake Arms, under the Essex County Council Relief Schemes, by Percy J. Sheldon M. Inst. C.E., County Survey Chelmsford.
1/2500

Epping Forest: Deposited plans (1878)  COL/PL/07/011  1876

Former reference: Epping Forest Folded Plan No. 11

26½ x 72

Contents:
Plan of waste lands in the Northern portion of Epping forest is the County of Essex within the meaning of the Epping Forest Act 1871 as ascertained by the Epping forest commissionner and referred to in their draft scheme dated 8 July 1876. Signed Charles Wood, Chairman. Plan referred to in the Epping forest Act 1878, signed Stephen Cowe, Chairman.

Epping Forest: Deposited plans (1878)  COL/PL/07/012  1876

Former reference: Epping Forest Folded Plan No. 12

34 x 37, folded plan

Contents:
Plan of waste lands in the southern portion of Epping forest in the County of Essex within the meaning of the Epping Forest Act 1871 as ascertained by the Epping forest commissioners and referres to us their draft scheme dated 8 July 1876. Signed Charles Wood, Chairman. Plan referres to us the Epping Forest Act 1878. Signed Stephen Cave, Chairman. By R C Driver

Epping Forest  COL/PL/07/009  23 Feb 1877

Former reference: Epping Forest Folded Plan No. 9

Contents:
Plans referred to in the Commissioner's Scheme. 23 Feb 1877. RC. Driver. 12 chairs = 1"
Northern Portion

Epping Forest  COL/PL/07/010  23 Feb 1877

Former reference: Epping Forest Folded Plan No. 10

Contents:
Plans referred to in the Commissioner's Scheme. 23 Feb 1877. RC. Driver. 12 chairs = 1"
Southern Portion

Epping Forest  COL/PL/07/002  25 Mar 1872

Former reference: Epping Forest Folded Plan No. 2

Contents:
Plan marked R.C.D3 shown by Robert C.Driver before the Commissioners. 18ch. = 1" Northern portion.

Epping Forest  COL/PL/07/015  Sep 1872

Former reference: Epping Forest Folded Plan No. 15

67" x 33" (between borders)

Contents:
Northern portion.
Plan of waste lands...revised according to instructions received from the Epping forest Commissioners: Robert C. Driver
12 ch. = 1"

Epping Forest  COL/PL/07/004  Dec 1874

Former reference: Epping Forest Folded Plan No. 4

Contents:
Revised plans and books of reference by R.C. Driver. 18 chains = 1"
Northern portion

Epping Forest  COL/PL/07/004A  Dec 1874

Former reference: Epping Forest Folded Plan No. 4a

Contents:
Revised plans and books of reference by R.C. Driver. 18 chains = 1"
Northern portion Book of reference

Epping Forest  COL/PL/07/005  Dec 1874

Former reference: Epping Forest Folded Plan No. 5

Contents:
Revised plans and books of reference by R.C. Driver. 18 chains = 1"
Southern portion

Epping Forest  COL/PL/07/005A  Dec 1874

Former reference: Epping Forest Folded Plan No. 5a

Contents:
Revised plans and books of reference by R.C. Driver. 18 chains = 1"
Southern portion Book of reference

Epping Forest  COL/PL/07/007  c. 1878

Former reference: Epping Forest Folded Plan No. 7

Contents:
Plans referred to in the preliminary report of the Commissioners 27 Feb 1875, and in the Corporation Scheme 29 Jul 1875. Driven. 12 chains = 1".
Northern position

Epping Forest  COL/PL/07/008  c. 1878

Former reference: Epping Forest Folded Plan No. 8

Contents:
Plans referred to in the preliminary report of the Commissioners 27 Feb 1875, and in the Corporation Scheme 29 Jul 1875. Driven. 12 chains = 1".
Southern position

Epping Forest  COL/PL/07/014  1634

Former reference: Epping Forest Folded Plan No. 14

44 x 30.

Contents:
Copy plan of the demesne lands of the Manor of Epping Bury, co. Essex, parcel of the possessions of Sir Thomas Finch, Lt., Earl of Winchelsea and Viscount Maidstone, by Richard Danes, 1634. 24 yds.? = 1".
Copied for the purposes of Commissioners of Sewers v. Glasse.

Open Spaces  COL/PL/07/001  1865 - 1866

Former reference: Epping Forest Folded Plan No. 1

Contents:
Commons and open spaces within 15 miles of London.
98 plans, from the tithe survey, in 1 vol., with an index, part of a return to the House of Commons, 10 Aug 1866. Maps 6" = 1 m.
Also another return of commons &c. within 25 miles, and 15 miles, 1865/6, and explanatory remarks.

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