Conduit Street at the junction with New Bond Street
|Length||1,100 ft (300 m)|
|Location||City of Westminster, London, UK|
|St. George Street, Savile Row|
|To||Bond Street, Bruton Street|
The street was first developed in the early 18th century on the Conduit Mead estate, which the Corporation of London had owned since the 15th century, and was a popular place for upper-class Londoners to socialise. Most properties have since been demolished and rebuilt, but a handful have survived.
- Weinreb et al. 2008, p. 204.
- Edward Walford, 'Hanover Square and neighbourhood', in Old and New London: Volume 4 (London, 1878), pp. 314-326. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/old-new-london/vol4/pp314-326 [accessed 27 October 2019].
- Historic England (24 February 1958). "9, Conduit Street W1 (1219898)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 27 October 2019.
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