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The site of Wardour Street was surrendered by the Abbot and Convent of Abingdon to Henry VIII in 1536 during the dissolution of the monasteries and has been listed on maps as a highway and thoroughfare since the Elizabethan period. The street began to be called Wardour Street in the 1680s, after Edward Wardour who […]
Poland Street most likely gains its name from the inn formerly on the site of North West corner of the street. The inn is first mentioned in building plans from 1689 and possibly so called to commemorate the victory of the King of Poland (Jan III Sobieski), over the Turks in 1683. The inn was […]
Percy Street, like much of the West End was established in the late 1700s and all but two of the houses feature a uniform design from this time. The street lies in the London district of Fitzrovia. The area was developed by minor landowners leading to a predominance of the small and irregular streets which […]
Mortimer Street gains its name from the earldom of Mortimer. Like most of the West-End, the street was constructed in the late 1700s. Previous to this, Mortimer Street then was at the extreme edge of London, separated from Tottenham Court Road by marshland. Mortimer Street became an important location for the women’s reform movement in […]
Lower John Street most likely derives its name from John Emlyn, co-owner of the land formerly known as Gelding Close. The street was part of the rapid development of Soho in the late 17th Century which attracted a great number of fashionable and wealthy residents with its exclusive address. Number 1 Lower John Street is […]