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Survey of London: Volume 40, the Grosvenor Estate in Mayfair, Part 2 (The Buildings). Originally published by London County Council, London, 1980.

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List of Figures

Note. Many of the following drawings show the buildings conjecturally restored to their presumed original state, and should in no case be taken as a precise record of present appearance.

1. Nos. 66 and 68 Brook Street and No. 53 Davies Street, elevations. Measured and drawn by F. A. Evans 6
2. Nos. 66 and 68 Brook Street and No. 53 Davies Street, plans. Drawn by Alan Fagan from a survey by F. A. Evans and plans in the possession of the Greater London Council 7
3, 4. No. 66 Brook Street, internal elevations. Measured and drawn by F. A. Evans 8, 9
5. No. 66 Brook Street, section of staircase compartment and ceiling plan. Measured and drawn by Alan Fagan 10
6. No. 72 Brook Street, plans in 1808 and 1975. Drawn by John Sambrook from a plan in the Grosvenor Estate Archives now at Westminster City Library, and from survey 14
7. No. 72 Brook Street, detail of staircase. Measured and drawn by John Sambrook 15
8. No. 76 Brook Street, plans, elevations and cistern. Measured and drawn by F. A. Evans. Plan of 1811 based on a plan in the Grosvenor Estate Archives now at Westminster City Library 17
9. No. 86 Brook Street, elevation and plans. Drawn by Alan Fagan. Plans from The British Builder, July 1923, and a plan of 1819 in the Grosvenor Estate Archives now at Westminster City Library 19
10. No. 88 Brook Street, plans in 1812 and 1910. Drawn by John Sambrook from plans in the Grosvenor Estate Archives now at Westminster City Library, and The Builder, 26 Sept. 1913 20
11. No. 39 Brook Street, plans. Drawn by John Sambrook from a survey of 1778–9 by R. Taylor and G. Shakespear in the Grosvenor Estate Archives now at Westminster City Library, and from survey, and from plans in the possession of the Greater London Council, Building Regulations Case No. 11585 21
12. No. 39 Brook Street, detail of staircase. Measured and drawn by John Sambrook 22
13. Claridge's, plan. Drawn by Alan Fagan from The Architects' Journal, 15 June 1932 27
14. Nos. 69 and 71 Brook Street, plans. Measured and drawn by John Sambrook 31
15. No. 16 Grosvenor Street, elevation and plans. Drawn by Chris Summer, based on survey, a photograph of c. 1930, and plans and inventory of 1763 in the Warwickshire Record Office, CR 114A/254 37
16. No. 33 Grosvenor Street, plans in 1803 and 1975. Drawn by Chris Summer from a plan in the Grosvenor Estate Archives now at Westminster City Library, and from survey 41
17. No. 34 Grosvenor Street, plans. Measured and drawn by Alan Fagan 43
18. No. 46 Grosvenor Street, plans and detail of front entrance. Measured and drawn by W. Garner and Alan Fagan: entrance drawn from a photograph in The Architectural Review, vol. IXI, 1927, p. 118 46
19. Grosvenor Gallery, plan. Drawn by John Sambrook from plans in the Greater London Record Office (theatre plans) 61
20. Bourdon House and No. 4 Davies Street in 1841. Sketch by Alan Fagan based on a drawing by John Buckler in the British Library, Add. MS. 36370. f. 69 70
21. Bourdon House, elevation and plans. Measured and drawn by Alan Fagan 71
22. St. Anselm's Church, elevations. Drawn by Chris Summer from photographs of 1937 78
23. St. Anselm's Church, plan. Drawn from The Builder, 18 April 1896 79
24. Nos. 6 22 (even) Mount Row, elevation. Measured and drawn by Roy Bowles (Nos. 20 and 22 from photographs) 82–3
25. King's Weigh House Church, plan. Drawn by John Sambrook from survey, and plan in H. Muthesius, Die neuere kirchliche Baukunst in England, 1901, p. 140 89
26. Nos. 75 83 (odd) Duke Street, elevation. Measured and drawn by Roy Bowles 90
27. Clarendon Flats, elevation and plan. Measured and drawn by Alan Fagan 95
28. Moore Flats, plan. Drawn by Alan Fagan from a plan in the possession of the Peabody Trust 97
29. Nos. 11 and 12 North Audley Street, plans in c. 1800 and post-1948. Drawn by John Sambrook from survey and from plans in the possession of the Greater London Council, and from plans in the Grosvenor Estate Archives now at Westminster City Library 102
30. No. 12 North Audley Street, section. Drawn by John Sambrook from survey by F. A. Evans 1954 103
31. St. Mark's Church
(a) Plan in 1828. Drawn by Alan Fagan from plans in the possession of the Church Commissioners
(b) Plan in 1975. Measured and drawn by Alan Fagan

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32. St. Mark's Church, detail of chancel screen. Measured and drawn by Alan Fagan 108
33. No. 5 Grosvenor Square, plan. Drawn by John Sambrook from a plan of 1810 in the Grosvenor Estate Archives now at Westminster City Library 122
34. No. 9 Grosvenor Square, plans. Drawn by Roy Bowles from plans of 1947 in the possession of the Greater London Council. Building Regulations Case No. 4608 125
35. No. 12 Grosvenor Square, plans, and elevation of mews building. Drawn by F. A. Evans from survey in 1961 129
36. No. 18 Grosvenor Square, plans and section. Drawn by Alan Fagan from William Burns's drawings in the possession of the Royal Institute of British Architects 134–5
37. No. 19 Grosvenor Square, plan. Drawn by John Sambrook from a plan of c. 1790 in the Grosvenor Estate Archives now at Westminster City Library 136
38. No. 41 Grosvenor Square, plans. Drawn by Alan Fagan from George Devey's drawings in the possession of the Royal Institute of British Architects 153
39. No. 44 Grosvenor Square, sections and plans. Sections measured and drawn by F. A. Evans at the time of demolition in 1967. Plans based on survey, and on plans dated 1908 in the possession of the Greater London Council 157
40. No. 49 Grosvenor Square, elevations and plans. Drawn by John Sambrook, based on a survey by Wimperis and Simpson of 1925 in the possession of the Greater London Council, and from drawings of 1797–1819 in Sir John Soane's Museum, Portfolios VII, set 2; XXXIX, set 1; and XL, set 3 163
41. No. 50 Grosvenor Square, plans. Drawn by John Sambrook from plans in the Bodleian Library, MS. North b. 24. ff. 266, 268, 269, 279 165
42. Oxford Street, strip elevations. From Tallis's London Street Views of c. 1838–40 172–3
43. Hereford Gardens, site plan. Based on the Ordnance Surveys of 1869–72 and 1894–5 175
44. St. Saviour's Church, plan. Drawn by Alan Fagan from The Building News, 18 December 1874 180
45. Nos. 489–497 (odd) Oxford Street, elevation. Drawn by Roy Bowles from Grosvenor Estate photographs of c. 1931 now at Westminster City Library 183
46. No. 46 Green Street, elevation and plans. Measured and drawn by Chris Summer 189
47. No. 61 Green Street, garden elevation and plans. Elevation measured and drawn by Alan Fagan. Plans drawn from plans of 1869 in the Buckinghamshire Record Office, P/M9/1 192
48. No. 26 Upper Brook Street and No. 4 Wood's Mews, plans and details. Measured and drawn by W. Garner 209
49. No. 33 Upper Brook Street, plans, internal elevation and details. Drawn by F. A. Evans and John Sambrook from survey, and from plans in the Grosvenor Estate Archives now at Westminster City Library 211
50, 51. No. 36 Upper Brook Street, plans, details and section. Measured and drawn by F. A. Evans 214, 215
52. No. 56 Upper Brook Street, elevation and plan. Drawn by John Sambrook from and elevation and plan in the Middlesex Deeds Register, 1810 7 126, and from photographs 220
53. Nos. 41 43 Upper Grosvenor Street, elevation of mews building. Measured and drawn by John Sambrook 234
54. No. 48 Upper Grosvenor Street, plans in 1809 and 1976. Drawn by John Sambrook from a plan in the Grosvenor Estate Archives now at Westminster city Library, and from survey 237
55. Old Grosvenor House, plans. Plans of 1805 drawn from a plan in the Grosvenor Estate Archives (now at Westminster City Library) and sketch plans by Porden at Eaton Hall, Agents' Letters, Box 42/6. Plan of c. 1845 based on plans by Thomas Cundy II in the Grosvenor Estate Archives and in the Yale Center for British Art. Plan post-1881 compiled from sources as before, drawings in the Victoria and Albert Museum, D1351–1903 to 1354–1903, from a sketch plan of 1925 in the Grosvenor Estate Archives, and from photographs of 1889 and 1927 244–5
56. Nos. 44–50 (even) Park Street and Nos. 37 and 38 Upper Grosvenor Street, plans. Measured and drawn by John Sambrook 253
57. Nos. 2–14 (even) Culross Street and flank of No. 66 Park Street, elevation. Measured and drawn by Roy Bowles 260–1
58. No. 24 Culross Street, elevation. Drawn by Alan Fagan 262
59. Aldford House, plans. Drawn by F. A. Evans from Architecture, April 1898 267
60. Lord Petre's (later Breadalbane) House, plans. Drawn by Alan Fagan from J. Paine, Plans, Elevations and Sections of Noblemen and Gentlemen's Houses …, part II, 1783, Plates and 268
61. Grosvenor House, elevations. Drawn by Chris Summer from elevations in the possession of the Greater London Council, Building Regulations Case No. 116, plan roll 1, and a drawing of November 1926 in the Grosvenor Estate Archives now at Westminster City Library 272–3
62. Nos. 93–99 Park Lane, plans and elevations. Drawn by Frank Evans from survey, and from photographs and plans in the possession of the Greater London Council 276
63. Dudley House, plans. Drawn by Alan Fagan from plans of 1968–9 in the possession of the Greater London Council and photographs of 1890 in the National Monuments Record 279
64. Brook House, plan. Drawn by John Sambrook from The Builder, 23 July 1870 280
65. Camelford and Somerset Houses, plans. Drawn by John Sambrook from a plan of 1816 in Sir John Soane's Museum, drawer XXXVIII, set 2, ff. 20 and 21, plans of 1826 in the Somerset MSS. at the Wiltshire Record Office, a plan of 1844 in the Grosvenor Estate Archives now at Westminster City Library, and surveys of 1913 in the possession of the Greater London Council 286
66, 67. No. 9 South Audley Street, plans and section. Measured and drawn by F. A. Evans 292, 293
68, 69. Grosvenor Chapel, sections and plan. Measured and drawn by John Sambrook 298, 299
70. Grosvenor Chapel, pulpit. Measured and drawn by John Sambrook 301
71. No. 71 South Audley Street, plans. Measured and drawn by F. A. Evans 306
72. No. 73 South Audley Street, plans in 1807 and 1975. Drawn by John Sambrook from a plan in the Grosvenor Estate Archives now at Westminster City Library, and from survey 307
73. No. 73 South Audley Street, ceiling and details. Measured and drawn by John Sambrook 308
74. No. 74 South Audley Street, plans in 1808 and 1976. Drawn by John Sambrook from a plan in the Grosvenor Estate Archives now at Westminster City Library, and from survey 310
75, 76. No. 75 South Audley Street, plans. Drawn from plans of c. 1797 in the Grosvenor Estate Archives now at Westminster City Library, and of c. 1816 in the Scottish Record Office, Buccleuch MSS., RHP 14442/1 4, and from The Architectural Review, vol. 61, 1927, pp. 58, 61 312, 313
77. Carlos Place, elevation of former racquets court at No. 13. Measured and drawn by Alan Fagan 322
78. No. 54 Mount Street, plans. Drawn from H. Muthesms, Das englische Haus, vol. II, 1904. pp. 144–5 326
79. Nos. 104 113 Mount Street, plans. Drawn from Sydney Perks, Residential Flats, 1905, figs. 92, 149, 150 328
80. Nos. 78 and 79 Mount Street and No. 7 Balfour Place, elevation Measured and drawn by Roy Bowles 332
81. Nos. 5 and 6 Aldford Street and No. 8 Balfour Place, elevation. Measured and drawn by Roy Bowles 333
82. Balfour Mews, elevation. Measured and drawn by John Sambrook 335
83. No. 38 South Street, plans and elevation. Measured and drawn by John Sambrook 343

FOLDED DRAWINGS

Grosvenor Square, elevations in c. 1930. Drawn by John Sambrook from surveys of 1929 in the Grosvenor Estate Archives now at Westminster City Library and from photographs between pages 140 1

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Map of the Estate c. 1963–73