Kensington Vestry Hall
|Kensington Vestry Hall|
The Kensington Vestry Hall in 2006
|Address||Kensington High Street|
|Town or city||London|
|Design and construction|
|Main contractor||Thomas Corby|
The Kensington Vestry Hall was built by Thomas Corby in 1852. It was designed by architect James Broadbridge. Its construction was met with dismay by ratepayers, who complained about the outlandish railings. They were finally removed in 1880.
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- "Watercolour of Kensington Vestry Hall by the architect James Broadbridge, 1852". Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Retrieved October 3, 2016.
- Sheppard, F. H. W., ed. (1973). "The village centres around St. Mary Abbots church and Notting Hill Gate". Survey of London: Volume 37, Northern Kensington. London: London County Council. pp. 25–41. Retrieved October 3, 2016 – via British History Online.
- Denny, Barbara; Starren, Carolyn (1998). Kensington Past. London, U.K.: Historical Publications. pp. 7–8. ISBN 9780948667503. OCLC 42308455.
- Denny, Barbara; Starren, Carolyn (1998). Kensington Past. London, U.K.: Historical Publications. p. 152. ISBN 9780948667503. OCLC 42308455.
- "Bank Melli Iran, Formerly Public Library, Kensington and Chelsea". British Listed Buildings. Retrieved October 3, 2016.
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