|Description||Since its foundation in 1912, The London Society has been active in reviewing and commenting on the planning and development of London, as well as in conservation. The Society continues to pursue the objectives of its founders who were concerned with “advancing the practical improvement and artistic development of London”. The Society thus works to stimulate appreciation of London, to encourage excellence in planning and development, and to preserve its amenities and the best of its buildings.
The Society pursues these objectives by reviewing Strategic Planning Proposals and contributing to the discussion of outstanding issues. It regularly considers Planning Applications and where appropriate expresses approval, submits comments or suggests improvements.
With over 3,500 items, our library provides a valuable resource for research into the history of London.
46 Eagle Wharf Road
|Telephone number||020 7253 9400|
|Nearest Tube Station||Angel|
|Nearest Rail Station||Essex Road|
|Listing Views||165 listing views|
|Submission Date||03/06/11 (Edited 10/06/11)|