Avondale Square estate :: Shared Description

The Avondale Square estate is the largest of the City of London Housing Estates. The land has belonged to the City of London since 1251 and was originally called Twelve Acres. The estate has 640 homes including three high-rise blocks, several low-rise blocks and some sheltered housing. There are also a church, adjacent parish hall and some small shops, and substantial areas of informal green space with paths running through it. It was opened by the Lord Mayor of London on 26 October 1962.

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TQ3478 : Avondale Square: estate map by Stephen Craven
TQ3478 : Avondale Square: tower blocks by Stephen Craven
TQ3478 : Woman and dog sculpture, Avondale Square by Stephen Craven
TQ3478 : St Philip's church, Avondale Square by Stephen Craven
TQ3478 : West, Centre, East Points by Stephen Craven
TQ3478 : Brettinghurst, Avondale Square by Stephen Craven
TQ3478 : The Phoenix School, Marlborough Grove, South Bermondsey by Stephen Craven
TQ3478 : Avondale Square: rear of St Philip's church and hall by Stephen Craven
TQ3478 : Avondale Square: dedication plaque by Stephen Craven
TQ3478 : St Philip's church hall, Avondale Square by Stephen Craven


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Created: Sat, 18 Apr 2015, Updated: Sat, 18 Apr 2015

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