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New Towns
- The New Towns Act of 1946 led to the development 'new tows' to alleviate housing shortages and relocate populations in poor or bombed-out housing following World War 2. Many new ...
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John Dobson (1787 - 1865)
- Overview About John Dobson Buildings by John Dobson John Dobson was a 19th centaury architect in the North of England. He had a prolific career, designing over 50 churches and ...
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Architectural Taste and Patronage in Newcastle upon Tyne 1870-1914
- Michael Andrew Johnson, 2008 (PhD thesis). Abstract: This thesis examines architectural taste and patronage in Newcastle upon Tyne between 1870 and 1914. During this period, the city experienced dramatic expansion ...

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Something Concrete + Modern
- A project "to document the buildings, people and plans that transformed the town and cities in the North East of England in the years following the Second World War. Much ...

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Listed Buildings
- The National Heritage List for England (NHLE): Grade I buildings are of exceptional interest  (2.5% of listed buildings) Grade II* buildings are particularly important buildings of more than special interest ...
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John Green (1787 - 1852)
- Overview About John and Benjamin Green John Green (1787 - 1852) was a civil engineer and architect based in Newcastle. He worked in partnership with his son Benjamin Green. Some ...
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The Buildings of Northumberland: Northumberland
- Nikolaus Pevsner, Ian Richmond, John Grundy, Grace McCombie, Humphrey Welfare, Peter Ryder. The Buildings of Northumberland: Northumberland. Yale University Press, 1992. "The county's varied military architecture, from Hadrian's ...

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William Newton (1730-1798) and the development of the architectural profession in north-east England
- Phd thesis by Richard Pears, Newcastle University (2013). "This thesis examines the emergence of the professional architect in the provinces of eighteenth-century Britain, drawing upon new research into the career ...

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William Newton (1730–1798)
- Overview About William Newton William Newton (1730–1798) was an architect who worked in Newcastle and the North East. William Newton (1730–1798) was an English architect who worked mainly in Newcastle ...

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