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Join ace architecture critic Ian Nairn for a tour of two pioneering post-war housing estates in Pimlico, central London. Completed in 1962, Churchill Gardens replaced bomb-damaged Victorian terraces and slums, while the newer Lillington Street development further enhanced the area’s “mixture of people and uses and attitudes and temperaments”.
A survey reveals overwhelming local opposition to the short-term development scheme on Eccleston Square. The survey shows a […]
Petition to the Mayor of London 20th June 2015
St George’s Square Residents’ Association, Pimlico FREDA & Pimlico Alliance oppose the Nine Elms to Pimlico Bridge
Wandsworth Council, supported by Transport for London, is proposing a new bridge for pedestrians and/or cyclists between Nine Elms & Pimlico. The proposed NEP bridge would cause:
Eccleston Square Residents Association (ESRA) and Federation of Pimlico Residents Associations (FREDA) members have seen the plans for this proposal and concludes that it will have a significant detrimental impact on the Square and the local area.