Town Survey Update 1998/2001

London Road West: Sheet thirteen

Building: 33-35 Photo(s): E11 and E12

History:

No. 35 used by drapers from 1780, nos. 33 and 35 Youngs drapers 1845-1977. Refaced modest mock Georgian 1920’s and 1930’s. No. 35 ‘The house has been much altered’ c. 1862 changed from original. Originally an Inn, name unknown.

Part S Young and Sons – department store – haberdashery

No. 35 was Phone Box

Current Use:

33 35 london rd E12

No. 33 Coral – bookmakers

33 35 london rd E11

No. 35 part of Zizzi – restaurant

Description:

Two storey brick building divided two thirds/one third in height, the northern RHS third being 900 mm lower.

No. 33 ground floor – timber painted windows with single recessed door on LHS and moulded pilaster at two thirds/one third division with deep fascia, large painted signs and logo, and deep moulded stall riser timber painted. Shallow metal ventilation grilles over windows. First floor two eighteen pane and one twelve pane sash windows, timber white painted in moulded stone architrave in brick façade. Roof flat with brick parapet with lead flashing coping and 300 mm deep concrete string course at roof level.

No. 35 ground floor – main opening LHS divided into six bay folding glazed timber windows, timber panelled below cill height and protected by wrought iron rail. Deep fascia to match no. 33 with strip lighting protected by lead flashing.

Comment:

Undistinguished.

Importance: C/D

Not included in previous survey.