186 Fleet Street building.

186 Fleet Street building.

29.10.2011
Inscriptions ‘DUNDEE EVENING TELEGRAPH’, ‘PEOPLE’S FRIEND’, ‘PEOPLE’S JOURNAL’, ‘DUNDEE COURIER’ in mosaic bands at fourth, third, second and first floor at 186 Fleet Street.

Inscriptions ‘DUNDEE EVENING TELEGRAPH’, ‘PEOPLE’S FRIEND’, ‘PEOPLE’S JOURNAL’, ‘DUNDEE COURIER’ in mosaic bands at fourth, third, second and first floor at 186 Fleet Street.

3.06.2012

186 Fleet Street

Address:
186 Fleet Street, London EC4A 2HS
Type:
Mixed use
Completion:
1913
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Description of 186 Fleet Street

186 Fleet Street building in the City of London EC4.

History

184-186 Fleet Street was refurbished in 2011 to the designs of John Robertson Architects. Home to Scottish newspaper and magazines publisher D. C. Thomson.

1913 - The approximate date the building designed by Designed by Meakin, Archer and Stoneham was completed.[1]

References:
1. Design & Heritage Statement by John Robertson Architects 2010; City of London planning application 10/00682/FULL

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Transport

The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
City Thameslink Rail Station
Thameslink
Chancery Lane - 1 min. walking / 33 metres
11, 15, 26, 341, 76, N11, N15, N199, N21, N26, N550, N551, N89

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