Appendix III: Listed buildings in Southwark

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Survey of London: Volume 25, St George's Fields (The Parishes of St. George the Martyr Southwark and St. Mary Newington). Originally published by London County Council, London, 1955.

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The following list of buildings of architectural or historic interest in the Borough of Southwark was prepared under Section 30 of the Town and Country Planning Act, 1947. The list was approved by the Minister of Town and Country Planning in 1950, and has been amended subsequently. Grades I and II form the statutory list; Grade III is a supplementary list which, although it has no statutory force, comprises buildings with some claim to protection.

Grades I and II

Bankside, Nos. 49–52.

Borough High Street, Nos. 50–52 (including Calvert's Buildings); The George Inn; Nos. 91–95 (odd); Church of St. George the Martyr.

Clink Street, remains of Winchester Palace.

Glasshill Street, Drapers' Almshouses.

Hopton Street, Hopton's Almshouses; No. 61.

Lambeth Road, St. George's Cathedral (damaged); Imperial War Museum, including the lodge and obelisk.

Liverpool Grove, St. Peter's Church.

Newcomen Street, coat of arms on King's Arms Public House.

Old Kent Road, No. 108.

Park Street, Anchor Brewery, 18th century portions.

Pepper Street, All Hallows' Church (damaged).

St. Agnes Place, St. Agnes Church (damaged).

St. Thomas Street, Guy's Hospital, North block, including statue of Thomas Guy, courtyard gates and railings.

Southwark Cathedral.

Stamford Street, Unitarian Chapel.

Trinity Church Square, Holy Trinity Church; statue of "Alfred the Great."

Grade III

Ayres Street, Red Cross Cottages.

Bankside, No. 1.

Bartholomew Street, Nos. 1–19 (odd).

Blackfriars Road, Nos. 7, 74, 133–145 (cons.).

Boddy's Bridge, Nos. 10–14 (even).

Borough High Street, Nos. 33, 38–48, 66, 68, 207a, 218, 220, 240–250.

East Street, No. 226.

Great Suffolk Street, No. 66.

Kennington Park Road, Nos. 91–121, 125–163 (odd).

King's Head Yard, bust of Henry VIII on King's Head Public House.

Lansdown Place, Medical Mission.

Lant Street, Nos. 25–53 (odd).

Nelson Square, Nos. 24–29, 44–54 (cons.).

Newington Butts, Metropolitan Tabernacle (damaged).

New Kent Road, Nos. 154–170 (even); Paragon Gardens, gate piers.

Old Kent Road, No. 155 (The White House).

Park Street, Nos. 20–26 (even).

Southwark Bridge Road, Nos. 1–15 (odd), 94a.

Stoney Street, No. 5.

Sumner Street, Nos. 32, 34.

Surrey Square, Nos. 20–54 (even).

Trinity Church Square, Nos. 1–68 (cons.).

Union Street, Nos. 59, 61.

Upper Ground, No. 26.

West Square, Nos. 20–24 (cons.), 33–45 (cons.).