This is a list of the approximately 888 blue plaques placed by English Heritage and its predecessors in the boroughs of London, the City of Westminster, and the City of London. The scheme was originally administered by the Royal Society of Arts from 1876 to 1901, and was taken over by the London County Council (LCC) from 1965. The Greater London Council (GLC) took over the scheme in 1965 from its predecessor, the LCC. since the abolition of the GLC in 1986, the blue plaque scheme has been administered by English Heritage.

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  • This is a list of the approximately 888 blue plaques placed by English Heritage and its predecessors in the boroughs of London, the City of Westminster, and the City of London. The scheme was originally administered by the Royal Society of Arts from 1876 to 1901, and was taken over by the London County Council (LCC) from 1965. The Greater London Council (GLC) took over the scheme in 1965 from its predecessor, the LCC. since the abolition of the GLC in 1986, the blue plaque scheme has been administered by English Heritage. (en)
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  • "John Linnell 1792–1882 Painter, lived here William Blake 1757–1827 Poet and Artist stayed here as his guest"
  • "Actor and Humorist was born here"
  • "Actor lived here"
  • "Architect lived here"
  • "Author lived here"
  • "Author of Books for Boys lived here"
  • "Aviator lived here"
  • "Entertainer and creator of Old Mother Riley"
  • "Football Manager lived and died here"
  • "Georgette Heyer 1902-1974 Novelist was born here"
  • "Hero of Rorke's Drift lived and died here"
  • "Music Hall Comedian lived and died here"
  • "Novelist and Playwright lived here"
  • "Novelist and Scriptwriter lived here"
  • "Novelist lived here"
  • "Olympic athlete lived here"
  • "Painter, Printer Wood Engraver lived here"
  • "Pianist lived here"
  • "Prime Minister lived here"
  • "Statesman"
  • "Trade Union Leader and Labour M.P. lived here"
  • "Writer lived here"
  • "Writer was born here"
  • "Writers lived here"
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  • -1866.0
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  • -1971.0
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  • -1984.0
  • "Founder of the Workers' Educational Association lived here"
  • "Captain of the World Cup-winning England Football Team lived here"
  • "Publisher Founder of Whitaker's Almanack lived and died here"
  • "This house designed by Norman Shaw Architect, for Frederick Goodall Painter was later the home of W.S. Gilbert Writer and librettist"
  • "Biochemist and Developer of Penicillin lived here"
  • "Founder of the John Innes Horticultural Institution lived here"
  • "Under these arches...assembled his Avro No.1 triplane. In July 1909 he made the first all-British powered flight from Walthamstow Marsh"
  • "Pioneer of Good Design for London Transport lived here"
  • "Joseph Toynbee 1815–1866 Aural Surgeon and his son
  • "Black South African Writer and Campaigner for African Rights lived here"
  • "Designer of the London Underground map was born here"
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  • The plaque was designed to fit into a narrow space, and is only twelve inches in diameter.
  • The birth date listed on the plaque is incorrect, as Lucan was born in 1885.
  • Pope's house is now the Mawson Arms, a Grade II* listed public house.
  • This is one of the 15 surviving plaques erected by the Royal Society of Arts.
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  • Arlington Park Mansions, Sutton Lane
  • Bedegar's Lea, Kenwood Close
  • Dr Johnson's House, Gough Square
  • Duneaves, Mount Park Road
  • Eagle House, High Street
  • Gates House, Wyldes Close
  • Grim's Dyke, Old Redding
  • Hodford Lodge, 2 Hodford Road
  • Lamb's Cottage, Church Street
  • Loring Hall, 8 Water Lane, North Cray
  • Manor House, Watery Lane
  • Old Wyldes', North End
  • Red House, Red House Lane
  • South Norwood SE25 6AB
  • The Fives Court, Moss Lane
  • Vernon Court, Hendon Way
  • White Lodge, 68 Silver Street
  • Railway arches at Walthamstow Marsh Railway Viaduct, Walthamstow Marshes
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  • Bexleyheath DA6 8JF
  • Carshalton SM5 3SA
  • Chiswick W4 2LR
  • Chiswick W4 3PF
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  • Chiswick W4 4LT
  • Chiswick W4 4QT
  • Chiswick W6 0XJ
  • Cricklewood NW2 2ED
  • Cricklewood NW2 2PE
  • Edmonton N9 9DF
  • Edmonton N9 9DY
  • Enfield EN1 3EW
  • Golders Green NW11 6UP
  • Golders Green NW11 7HT
  • Golders Green NW11 8NP
  • Hampstead Garden Suburb NW11 6UP
  • Hampstead Garden Suburb NW11 7JT
  • Hampstead Garden Suburb NW3 7JL
  • Hampstead NW11 7JB
  • Hampstead NW3 7HS
  • Harrow HA1 3JS
  • Harrow Weald HA3 6SH
  • Hendon NW4 2PX
  • Hendon NW4 2QU
  • Holborn EC4A 3DE
  • Ilford IG1 1HE
  • Leyton E10 6JF
  • Manor Park E12 5BE
  • Mill Hill NW7 2LH
  • Oakleigh Park EN4 8NN
  • Palmers Green N13 4DX
  • Pinner HA5 3AG
  • Pinner HA5 3AZ
  • Sidcup DA14 5ES
  • Stanley Halls, 12 South Norwood Hill
  • Turnham Green W4 2LJ
  • Turnham Green W4 4HE
  • Walthamstow E10 6DW
  • Walthamstow E17
  • Wembley HA9 9EA
  • West Ham E13 0QD
  • Wimbledon SW19 4NN
  • Wimbledon SW19 4TL
  • Wimbledon SW19 4UJ
  • Wimbledon SW19 5BD
  • Wimbledon SW19 5EF
  • Wimbledon SW19 7BA
  • Wimbledon SW20 9AD
  • Woodford Green IG8 0GB
  • Woodford Green IG8 9DY
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  • This is a list of the approximately 888 blue plaques placed by English Heritage and its predecessors in the boroughs of London, the City of Westminster, and the City of London. The scheme was originally administered by the Royal Society of Arts from 1876 to 1901, and was taken over by the London County Council (LCC) from 1965. The Greater London Council (GLC) took over the scheme in 1965 from its predecessor, the LCC. since the abolition of the GLC in 1986, the blue plaque scheme has been administered by English Heritage. (en)
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  • List of English Heritage blue plaques in London (en)
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