2 edition of Built to sell: attitudes towards speculative house building in nineteenth century London. found in the catalog.
Built to sell: attitudes towards speculative house building in nineteenth century London.
by Polytechnic of the South Bank, Department of Architecture in London
Written in English
|Series||South Bank architectural papers -- 5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||19|
such a way that the detached single-family house has become the basic building block for Flemish suburban, peri-urban and semi-rural development; it has been built . Introduced in the late 19th century, these residential building types consist of Westerninfluenced row houses which represent the city's historical and cultural heritage of its industrialisation Author: Non Arkaraprasertkul.
The House the Speculative Developer Built. The Evolution of the Speculative Semi. Bankers Institution Bankers Almanac and Year Book (London, ), p The average monthly payments in a large London building society were £3 16s 8p for clerks and £3 4s 10p for artisans, these figures relate to advances made in '. one of the most influential figures in the nineteenth century Anglo-American Theatre, there have been only two studies, and those brief ones, of his career* The only published book is one that Townsend Walsh did for the Dunlap Society in I The other study Is a graduate thesis done in the DepartmentCited by: 1.
Some industry, especially textiles, had its origins in the s, but its size, scale and location altered dramatically by the end of the nineteenth century. For example, the cotton textile industry saw the number of workers, spindles and looms more than double from the late s to the first decade of the nineteenth century. In London the whole of the Pimlico properties to the south of Buckingham Palace Road were also sold, but in Mayfair virtually no more sales have been made since as long ago as , apart from that of the new Grosvenor House, which was sold in under an option to purchase granted to the building lessee in
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