Decision - Commemorative Green Plaque for architects John Darbourne and Geoffrey Darke on Morgan House, Lillington Gdns estate, SW1V 2LF | Westminster City Council
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Decision - Commemorative Green Plaque for architects John Darbourne and Geoffrey Darke on Morgan House, Lillington Gdns estate, SW1V 2LF

Decision details

Commemorative Green Plaque for architects John Darbourne and Geoffrey Darke on Morgan House, Lillington Gdns estate, SW1V 2LF

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Place Shaping and Planning

Decision status: Recommendations Approved

Is Key decision?: No

Is subject to call in?: No

Purpose:

To establish whether there is Cabinet Member support for a commemorative Green Plaque for Darbourne and Darke architects on Morgan House, Lillington Gardens estate.

Decision:

Notice is hereby given that Richard Beddoe, Cabinet Member for Place Shaping and Planning,has made the following executive decision on the above mentioned subject for the reasons set out below.

 

Summary of Decision

 

That the nomination for a Westminster Green Plaque to commemorate the two architects, who designed the Lillington Gardens estate, SW1, be approved.

 

Reasons for Decision

 

This is an opportunity to commemorate the two architects whose design skills set new standards in social housing and made Lillington Gardens estate one of the most outstanding public housing schemes of its time.Their innovative designs are widely credited with pioneering the move from tower and slab block designs, which dominated the 1960s.  

 

 

 

Stuart Love, Chief Executive,

Westminster City Hall,

64 Victoria Street

LONDON SW1E 6QP

 

Publication Date:

 

26 June 2018

Implementation Date:

 

26 June 2018

Reference:

 

CMfPS&P/1/2018/2019

 

Publication date: 26/06/2018

Date of decision: 26/06/2018

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