Buildings at risk in SE1
Last week English Heritage unveiled its annual Buildings at Risk register, including 17 threatened buildings in SE1. Here's the full list...
English Heritage chief executive Dr Simon Thurley outside Brixton Windmill launching the Register of Buildings at Risk. (Photo: English Heritage)
• 44-47 Nelson Square, Southwark
Terrace of four houses c1807-10. The last surviving houses of Nelson Square.
• General Lying in Hospital, York Road
Maternity hospital built in 1828 to the design of Henry Harrison. Refurbishment scheme approved for conversion to Health Trust offices.
• Beaufoy School Annexe, Black Prince Road
Educational building of 1907 (architect FA Powell)
• The Duke of Clarence Public House, 132 London Road
Now intended to be refurbished and converted as part of National Film and Television School.
• 86 Blackfriars Road
Early C19 terraced house, yellow brick with parapet. Works begun on site to convert the house to flats and a restaurant.
• 113-119 Borough Road
Terrace of 3 storey late Georgian brick houses with shops on the ground floor
• Presbyterian Chapel, 109 Borough Road
• Presbyterian chapel (1846) now in very poor condition. There is a scheme for conversion and refurbishment as part of the National Film and Television School.
• 8 Grange Road
One of a pair of later C18 houses. Repairs have been carried out but there is still an issue of unauthorised works to be resolved.
• Old Operating Theatre Museum and Herb Garret, 9A St Thomas Street
Important survival of Queen Anne architecture in London
• Former Church of St Jude, St Georges Road
Has been empty for some years and its condition is deterioriating, particularly the bellcote, which is supported by scaffolding.
• Walls, railings and gates to Church of St Mary, Lambeth Road
Mid C19 ragstone walls and ironwork. In a partial state of collapse. Urgent action needed to secure repair and restoration.
• 62 and 64 Union Street
Pair of terraced houses built c1835. Vacant and in very poor condition. Being marketed for new use.
• 5 Stoney Street
Early C18 three-storey house in Borough Market with warehouse on ground floor
• Henry Wood Hall, Trinity Church Square
Former Church of the Holy Trinity built 1823-4 to the design of Francis Bedford. Gutted by fire and rebuilt inside as orchestral hall 1973-5
• St George the Martyr, Borough High Street
Evidence of serious structural problems with spectacular cracking between tower and church plus misalignment of brickwork and cracking to ceiling. Subject of major bid for lottery funding.
• 123-131 London Road
Late C18 terraced house. Repair works halted due to insolvency.
• 98 Lambeth Road
Terrace of 3 and 4 storey late Georgian houses with shops on the ground floors.