This is a complete list of the 308 blue plaques placed by English Heritage and its predecessors in the City of Westminster in London.

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  • This is a complete list of the 308 blue plaques placed by English Heritage and its predecessors in the City of Westminster in London. (en)
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  • "Author lived here"
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  • "Prime Minister lived here"
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  • "ACTOR-MANAGER lived here"
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  • "Actress lived here"
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  • "Prime Minister Supporter of American Independence lived here"
  • "THE ADELPHI THIS BUILDING STANDS ON THE SITE OF ADELPHI TERRACE BUILT BY THE BROTHERS ADAM IN 1768–1774. AMONG THE OCCUPANTS OF THE TERRACE WERE TOPHAM AND LADY DIANA BEAUCLERK, DAVID GARRICK, RICHARD D'OYLY CARTE, THOMAS HARDY & GEORGE BERNARD SHAW. THE LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS AND POLITICAL SCIENCE AND THE SAVAGE CLUB ALSO HAD THEIR PREMISES HERE"
  • "Here lived THOMAS COCHRANE Earl of Dundonald 1775–1860 and later DAVID, EARL BEATTY, O.M. 1871–1936 Admirals"
  • "Architect and Author of Vitruvius Britannicus lived and died here"
  • "Statesman, Viceroy of India, and Foreign Secretary lived here"
  • "Commander of British Forces in North America lived here"
  • "FOUNDER OF CANTERBURY NEW ZEALAND lived and died here"
  • "THESE TWO HOUSES WERE THE PORTUGUESE EMBASSY 1724–1747 THE MARQUESS OF POMBAL Portuguese Statesman Ambassador 1739–1744 lived here"
  • "Olympic Sportsman Campaigner for Peace and Disarmament lived here"
  • "Psychoanalyst and Pioneer of Child Analysis lived here"
  • "ACTOR and AUTHOR lived here"
  • "ANATOMIST lived here"
  • "ARCHITECT lived here"
  • "ARGENTINE SOLDIER AND STATESMAN stayed here"
  • "AUTHOR Lived and died here"
  • "Actor-Manager lived and died here"
  • "Admiral and Hydrographer lived here"
  • "American Writer lived and died here"
  • "American Writer lived here"
  • "Anthropologist and Archaeologist lived here"
  • "Antiquary and Collector lived here"
  • "Architect and Designer lived here"
  • "Architect lived and died here"
  • "Archæologist lived here"
  • "BOOKSELLER and STATESMAN lived here"
  • "Bare Knuckle Boxing Champion lived here"
  • "Biologist Lived Here"
  • "Born here"
  • "CIVIL ENGINEER lived here"
  • "Cartoonist lived here"
  • "Civil Engineer lived here"
  • "Colonial administrator lived and died here"
  • "Commander during the Crimean War Lived Here"
  • "Composer lived here from 1953 until his death"
  • "Composer stayed here"
  • "Conductor and Impresario lived here"
  • "Creator of James Bond lived here"
  • "Creator of the League of Nations lived here"
  • "DRAMATIST. LIVED HERE."
  • "Eighth U.S. President lived here"
  • "Engineer Died Here"
  • "Essayist Died Here"
  • "Explorer and Writer lived and died here"
  • "Father of Lawn Tennis lived here"
  • "Father of Modern Tropical Medicine lived here"
  • "First Chairman of London Transport lived here"
  • "First Prime-Minister of Israel lived here"
  • "First woman to sit in Parliament lived here"
  • "Foreign Secretary lived here"
  • "Founder of Girton College, Cambridge lived here"
  • "Founder of Macmillan Cancer Relief lived here"
  • "Founder of the Ordnance Survey lived here"
  • "French Statesman and Diplomatist lived here"
  • "Greek Poet and Patriot lived here"
  • "Health Care Reformer lived here"
  • "Historian Died Here"
  • "Historian Lived Here"
  • "Indian Statesman lived here"
  • "Industrialist and Film Producer worked here"
  • "Industrialist and Inventor lived here"
  • "LIVED HERE"
  • "Last Viceroy and Vicereine of India lived here"
  • "Lawrence of Arabia" lived here
  • "Lawyer and Statesman lived and died here"
  • "Lawyer and Statesman lived here"
  • "Leader of Fashion lived here"
  • "Lived here"
  • "MAN OF SCIENCE lived here"
  • "MAN OF SCIENCE. APPRENTICE HERE."
  • "MUSICAL COMPOSER Lived and died here"
  • "Master Builder lived here"
  • "Musical Composer Lived here"
  • "NOVELIST AND DRAMATIST lived here"
  • "NOVELIST lived here"
  • "PHYSICIAN lived here"
  • "POET and CRITIC lived here"
  • "POET and ESSAYIST lived here"
  • "POET lived here"
  • "POET. LIVED HERE"
  • "PRIME MINISTER born here"
  • "PRIME MINISTER lived here"
  • "Painter and Illustrator Lived Here"
  • "Painter and Illustrator lived here"
  • "Painters lived here"
  • "Philanthropist died here"
  • "Physician lived here"
  • "Physicist and Inventor lived here"
  • "Pilot Leader of the Dambusters Raid lived here"
  • "Pioneer Psychoanalyst lived here"
  • "Pioneer of Computing lived here"
  • "Pioneer of Family Allowances lived here"
  • "Pioneer of religious liberty lived here"
  • "Poet & Painter Born Here"
  • "Poet lived and died here"
  • "Politician and writer lived here"
  • "Postal Reformer Lived Here"
  • "Pædiatrician lived here"
  • "REFORMER AND INVENTOR lived here"
  • "REFORMER lived here"
  • "Radio Comedian lived here"
  • "SCIENTIST and PIONEER of AVIATION lived here"
  • "SCULPTOR lived and died in a house on this site"
  • "SINGER Lived and died here"
  • "SOLDIER AND ADMINISTRATOR lived here"
  • "STATESMAN LAWYER AND PHILOSOPHER LIVED HERE"
  • "STATESMAN lived here"
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  • "Scientist and Electrical Engineer lived here"
  • "Scientist and Inventor lived here"
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  • "Short Story Writer lived here"
  • "Social Reformer lived here"
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  • "Statesman Viceroy of India lived and died here"
  • "Statesman lived here"
  • "Surgeon Lived Here"
  • "Surgeon, Scientist, and Teacher lived here"
  • "THE SITE OF TYBURN TREE"
  • "THEATRICAL WIGMAKER lived and died here"
  • "Twice Prime Minister Lived Here"
  • "United States Ambassador 1941–1946 lived here"
  • "Venetian Painter Lived here"
  • "WRITER lived and died here"
  • "WRITER lived here"
  • "Writer lived and died here"
  • "Writer, Banker and Economist lived here"
  • "Writers and Gardeners lived here"
  • "furniture designer lived here"
  • "last Rajah of Sarawak lived here"
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  • "PORTRAIT PAINTER lived and died in a house on this site"
  • "Code-breaker and Pioneer of Computer Science was born here"
  • "Housing Reformer Co-founder of The National Trust began her work here"
  • "CHARLES WESLEY 1707–1788 DIVINE AND HYMN WRITER LIVED AND DIED IN A HOUSE ON THIS SITE AND HIS SONS CHARLES 1757–1834 & SAMUEL 1766–1837 MUSICIANS ALSO LIVED HERE"
  • "EXPLORER STATISTICIAN FOUNDER OF EUGENICS LIVED HERE FOR FIFTY YEARS"
  • "BENJAMIN DISRAELI Earl of Beaconsfield Statesman 1804–1881 Died Here"
  • AUTHOR AND STATESMAN LIVED HERE
  • "wrote Confessions of an English Opium Eater in this house"
  • "THEIR HORTICULTURAL WORK GAVE NEW BEAUTY TO LONDON SQUARES"
  • POET LIVED HERE
  • Poet lived in a house on this site 1838-1846
  • "The first woman to qualify as a Doctor in Britain lived here"
  • "Pioneer of Neurosurgery and Social Reformer lived here"
  • Sculptor lived here 1931–1953
  • Statesman Lived Here
  • "SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS FROM 1728 TO 1761 LIVED IN A HOUSE ON THIS SITE"
  • "ARTIST AND CARICATURIST lived in a house on this site"
  • "SIR ROBERT WALPOLE 1676–1745 Prime Minister and his son HORACE WALPOLE 1717–1797 Connoisseur and Man of Letters lived here"
  • "NEAR THIS SITE STOOD MILLBANK PRISON, WHICH WAS OPENED IN 1816 AND CLOSED IN 1890. THIS BUTTRESS STOOD AT THE HEAD OF THE RIVER STEPS FROM WHICH, UNTIL 1867, PRISONERS SENTENCED TO TRANSPORTATION EMBARKED ON THEIR JOURNEY TO AUSTRALIA."
  • "Philanthropist and Jewish Leader lived here for sixty years"
  • "Scientist Founder of the Smithsonian Institution lived here"
  • "BOW STREET WAS FORMED ABOUT 1637. IT HAS BEEN THE RESIDENCE OF MANY NOTABLE MEN AMONG WHOM WERE HENRY FIELDING . SIR JOHN FIELDING . GRINLING GIBBONS . CHARLES MACKLIN . JOHN RADCLIFFE . CHARLES SACKVILLE EARL OF DORSET . WILLIAM WYCHERLEY ."
  • "From this house in 1848 FREDERIC CHOPIN 1810–1849 went to Guildhall to give his last public performance"
  • "Philanthropist and founder of the Old Vic lived and worked here"
  • "Here lived and died JOHN LOUGHBOROUGH PEARSON 1817–1897 and later SIR EDWIN LANDSEER LUTYENS 1869–1944 Architects"
  • "Diplomat Poet and Traveller Founder of Crabbet Park Arabian Stud lived here"
  • "PRIME MINISTER and first Chairman of the London County Council was born here"
  • "SIR ROBERT PEEL 1750–1830 Manufacturer and reformer and his son SIR ROBERT PEEL 1788–1850 Prime Minister Founder of the Metropolitan Police lived here"
  • "Potter lived and worked here from 1939 until her death"
  • "UNITED STATES EMBASSY 1863–1866 HENRY BROOKS ADAMS 1838–1918 U.S. Historian lived here"
  • "BENJAMIN HAYDON 1786–1846 Painter and CHARLES ROSSI 1762–1839 Sculptor lived here"
  • "IN 1926 IN THIS HOUSE JOHN LOGIE BAIRD 1888–1946 FIRST DEMONSTRATED TELEVISION"
  • "ROBERT ADAM THOMAS HOOD JOHN GALSWORTHY SIR JAMES BARRIE AND OTHER EMINENT ARTISTS AND WRITERS LIVED HERE"
  • "In a house on this site lived from 1854–1875 SIR CHARLES LYELL Geologist and from 1876–1882 W.E. GLADSTONE Statesman"
  • "Jamaican Nurse HEROINE OF THE CRIMEAN WAR lived here"
  • "Nobel Laureate Discoverer of the mosquito transmission of malaria lived here"
  • "In a House formerly standing on this site lived SAMUEL PEPYS 1633–1703 Diarist & ROBERT HARLEY Earl of Oxford 1661–1724 Statesman And in this House lived WILLIAM ETTY 1787–1849 Painter & CLARKSON STANFIELD 1793–1867 Painter"
  • "Composer lived in this house from 1723 and died here"
  • "IN THIS HOUSE FORMERLY A ROYAL RESIDENCE LIVED LORD PALMERSTON Prime Minister and Foreign Secretary"
  • "BIOGRAPHER Lived and died in a house on this site"
  • "in a house on this site FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE 1820–1910 lived and died"
  • "Cartoonist lived and died in a flat in this building"
  • "Composer and Actor Manager lived and died in a flat on the top floor of this building"
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  • 1940.0
  • Street level supplementary stone inscription added by the LCC to the facade of 50 Wimpole Street when the brown RSA plaque of 1899 was re-erected in 1936
  • A second blue plaque on the building commemorates Philip Noel-Baker.
  • The joint GLC plaque replaced the single Royal Society of Arts plaque from 1881 placed to honour Robert Walpole which had become badly weathered.
  • The plaque is a replica placed by English Heritage to replace the original Greater London Council plaque of 1986 that was damaged in building work.
  • This plaque replaces a plaque that was lost when the original house was demolished in 1929.
  • The plaque was re-erected in 1915 after the building was rebuilt.
  • A second blue plaque on the building commemorates William Smith.
  • Baird's home at 3 Crescent Wood Road in Sydenham in the London Borough of Southwark also has a blue plaque.
  • Following damage in the Second World War the plaque was re-erected in 1951.
  • The plaque replaces a Royal Society of Arts plaque from 1896.
  • The plaque has been re-erected in 1931, and 2000 after successive buildings were rebuilt.
  • A second blue plaque on the building commemorates Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, Viscount Cecil of Chelwood.
  • The plaque was removed following serious damage to Park Crescent during the Second World War. The plaque was illicitly sold for scrap, but was located thanks to an article in The Lancet and re-erected in 1966 following the rebuilding of the crescent.
  • The plaque replaces a London County Council plaque from 1940.
  • A second blue plaque on the building commemorates Frederick Marryat.
  • The plaque was placed in 1960 having originally been erected in 1947, that plaque replacing a Royal Society of Arts plaque from 1869, placed on a building now demolished.
  • A second blue plaque on the building commemorates William Petty, 2nd Earl of Shelburne.
  • This plaque replaces that of 1994 and is situated on the building's Cowley Street elevation.
  • The plaque was placed here in 1963.
  • The plaque was repositioned in 1985.
  • The stone plaque was re-erected in 1964.
  • The left and right sides of the circular plaque have been removed to fit into a narrow space.
  • A second blue plaque on the building commemorates Richard Brinsley Sheridan.
  • A plaque bearing the name of the London County Council commemorating Giovanni Antonio Canal is at the same house. It was not authorized by the LCC.
  • Though made by the Greater London Council, the plaque was erected by English Heritage.
  • A second blue plaque on the building commemorates John Fisher, 1st Baron Fisher.
  • De Quincey's surname is spelt incorrectly by the plaque.
  • The original plaque turned out to be defective and was replaced in 1954.
  • This plaque had first been sited at 3 Grosvenor Place, and was moved here in 1964 after that buildings redevelopment.
  • A triangular shaped London County Council plaque from 1909 originally marked the location of the tree.
  • A plaque marks the buildings demolition in 1928 and the plaques re-erection.
  • The plaque dates from 1949, replacing a London County Council plaque from 1904.
  • The plaque was re-sited on the building when it was given a new facade in 1924.
  • This plaque replaces a Royal Society of Arts plaque from 1881.
  • This is the third plaque on this house, after a Society of Arts plaque from 1870 and a London County Council plaque from 1952.
  • The original plaque from 1936 gave an incorrect year of birth and was replaced by the present one.
  • The plaque was originally incorrectly placed next door, at 15 Suffolk Street, in 1977. The address was found to be incorrect, and it was moved to its present location in 1980.
  • A second blue plaque on the building commemorates Harry Gordon Selfridge.
  • This plaque was privately erected, and became part of London County Council's blue plaque scheme in 1959.
  • Though originally placed in 1909, the plaque was re-erected in 1924 and 1964; after the houses demolition and damage to the plaque respectively.
  • The plaque was erected by English Heritage in 2000 to replace a Greater London Council plaque originally erected in 1979 that was lost during refurbishment work in 1996.
  • The plaque was placed in 1907, and reattached in 1936 after the buildings 1933 demolition.
  • The plaque was originally coloured green, but has faded to blue. It was re-erected in 1909 after the front portion of the building was rebuilt.
  • This plaque was moved after its unveiling to its present prominent position.
  • This was the first plaque placed by the scheme started by the Royal Society of the Arts.
  • A second blue plaque on the building commemorates General John Burgoyne.
  • The London County Council re-erected the plaque in 1936.
  • The original plaque had become illegible by 1960 and was replaced by the present one.
  • This plaque replaced a light green plaque, also placed by the London County Council, in 1905.
  • The present plaque replaces a brown London County Council plaque erected in 1905.
  • The present bronze plaque replaces a stone tablet from 1912, placed by the London County Council.
  • The plaque had originally been located next door, at 34 Gloucester Square, and was moved to its present location after the original building was demolished in 1937.
  • The plaque was originally located at 6 Cambridge Square and placed here in 1963 when that building was demolished.
  • A second blue plaque on the building commemorates George Grossmith, Jr..
  • In 1985 the plaque was resituated by the Greater London Council following alterations to the building.
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  • A traffic island at the junction of Edgware Road and Bayswater Road
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  • Regent's Park NW1 4RP
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  • Soho W1D 6PY
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  • 1981 (xsd:integer)
  • 1982 (xsd:integer)
  • 1983 (xsd:integer)
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  • 1986 (xsd:integer)
  • 1987 (xsd:integer)
  • 1988 (xsd:integer)
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  • 1993 (xsd:integer)
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  • 1995 (xsd:integer)
  • 1996 (xsd:integer)
  • 1997 (xsd:integer)
  • 1998 (xsd:integer)
  • 1999 (xsd:integer)
  • 2000 (xsd:integer)
  • 2001 (xsd:integer)
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  • 2014 (xsd:integer)
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  • c.1931
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http://purl.org/linguistics/gold/hypernym
rdfs:comment
  • This is a complete list of the 308 blue plaques placed by English Heritage and its predecessors in the City of Westminster in London. (en)
rdfs:label
  • List of English Heritage blue plaques in the City of Westminster (en)
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