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Thursday, 20 January 2011
Naming new flats on Lambeth Walk
An application has been received to apply the following name to the new block of five flats on part of the site of The George Public House, Lambeth Walk, SE11 (also known as the Sugden House boilerhouse site):
The name has been proposed as a result of research undertaken by the applicant in conjunction with the Lambeth Archives:
The land now occupied by Lambeth Walk and Old Paradise Street was part of the estate owned by the Duke of Norfolk, who also holds the title of Earl of Arundel, between 1397 and the latter part of the 16th Century. The estate formed the grounds of the prominent stately home called Norfolk House, used as the London home of the Norfolk family when not resident at their main seat of Arundel Castle in Sussex.
Any objection to the intended order will be considered by the Council, provided that the objection is submitted in writing by 19 February 2011. To object or comment please contact your councillor.