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  1. James and Decimus Burton. After the club relocated to its present clubhouse, two members to be admitted were Decimus Burton, the architect of the clubhouse, and his father, James Burton, the pre-eminent London property developer, whose company had constructed the new

  2. Planned and built by renowned architect James Burton, St Leonards became a family affair as Burton’s son, Decimus, took over the task after his father’s death. Burton Senior had long cherished a vision of a coastal town and had perfected his craft in London working on the beautiful buildings of Bloomsbury and Regents Park. St Leonards-on-Sea...

  3. Histoire. Le phare a été conçu en 1839 par l'architecte-paysagiste Decimus Burton et Henry Mangles Denham (en) de la Royal Navy.D. Burton avait été mandaté trois ans auparavant par Sir Peter Hesketh en tant qu'architecte de la nouvelle ville de Fleetwood.

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › FleetwoodFleetwood - Wikipedia

    Fleetwood is a coastal town in Lancashire, England, at the northwest corner of the Fylde, with a population of 25,939 at the 2011 census.. Fleetwood acquired its modern character in the 1830s, when the principal landowner Peter Hesketh-Fleetwood, High Sheriff and MP, conceived an ambitious plan to re-develop the town to make it a busy seaport and railway spur.

  5. Der Eingang an der Hyde Park Corner wurde ursprünglich von Decimus Burton (1800–1881) entworfen. Hinter dem Wellington Arch schließt sich der Green Park an. An der nordöstlichen Ecke des Parks befindet sich „ Speakers Corner “, wo jede Person über alle Themen (außer über die königliche Familie im weiteren Sinne) öffentliche Reden halten kann, wie und wann es ihm oder ihr beliebt.

  6. Cleopatra (1963) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.

  7. Greenhouse, building designed for the protection of tender or out-of-season plants against excessive cold or heat. Large greenhouses are important in agriculture and horticulture and for botanical science, while smaller structures are commonly used by hobbyists, collectors, and home gardeners.