The proposed tower at the Central Somers Town development within the London Borough of Camden highlights what is arguably a disjointed relationship between the Planning process and the protection of the setting of Listed buildings. The ongoing disagreement between Historic England and Camden — which … Continue reading
In this article the Heritage Calling blog charts 9 great railway stations lost in the midst of time, showing just how easily great buildings disappear. St Pancras from the Heritage Calling list of great railway stations could have easily been the 10th on this list, yet now it is … Continue reading
10 great English railway stations selected by English Heritage on the Heritage Calling Blog. 10 Great English Railway Stations | Heritage Calling.
I am proud to announce that my Architecture website, architecture.mfgarber.com, has been completely re-designed and refreshed. As well as the new design, the portfolio has been updated and features recent work. See it at: architecture.mfgarber.com
The Choir of St Peter’s, Nottingham will be in residence at York Minster on Monday 31st May and Tuesday 1st June. We will be singing Choral Evensong on both evenings at 5:15. These two services are regular church services and there are no tickets or … Continue reading
The Wayback Machine is a rather interesting tool which I discovered the other day when searching for electronic copies of old books. It is a project of the Internet Archive, which coincidentally runs The Open Library, which is also worth having a look at. With … Continue reading