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  1. 25/06/2022 · The Thomas Cubitt has 2 private dining spaces suitable for all occasions. The Atrium, a semi-private room, seats 18 guests and The Drawing Room located on the 2nd floor seats up to 20 guests. Location 44 Elizabeth Street London, SW1W 9PA Neighborhood Belgravia Cross street Ebury Mews Parking details Street Parking Public transit

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  2. 26/06/2022 · William Cubitt. An eminent builder and contractor, younger brother of Thomas Cubitt, the builder of South Belgravia. He was re-elected to the Mayoralty at the close of his first year of office, partly as a consolation for his defeat in the contest for the parliamentary representation of the City on the retirement of Lord John Russell.

  3. 25/06/2022 · The Thomas Cubitt has 2 private dining spaces suitable for all occasions. The Atrium, a semi-private room, seats 18 guests and The Drawing Room located on the 2nd floor seats up to 20 guests. Location 44 Elizabeth Street London, SW1W 9PA Area Belgravia Cross Street Ebury Mews Parking Details Street Parking Public Transit

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  4. 26/06/2022 · Two of Cubitt's Highbury Park villas, nos. 54 and 56, still stand, as does Park Terrace opposite, while Addington Mansions was renovated by the borough council and renamed Taverner Square and Peckitt Square in 1982. (fn. 61) On the west side Highbury Place, Highbury Terrace, and Highbury Crescent survive around the trees of Highbury Fields.

  5. 26/06/2022 · 27 Likes, 2 Comments - The Thomas Cubitt, Belgravia (@thethomascubitt) on Instagram: “Weekend in full flow on the Terrace! #ThomasCubitt

  6. 25/06/2022 · Rebuilding of the market began in September 1828 and was completed in May 1830 (Plate 36a), William Cubitt of Gray's Inn Road (brother of Thomas Cubitt, who had recently developed much of the Dukes of Bedford's Bloomsbury estate), being the contractor. His tender was for £34,850. Figure 16: Covent Garden Market in 1831, plan.