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London Underground Act 1992 (c. iii)

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A. Buildings authorised to be demolished

  • Nos. 1, 1B and 2 Bridge Street (Grade II).

  • Vaults below pavement forming part of Nos. 34-36 Parliament Street (including Nos. 11-12 Bridge Street) and No. 10 Bridge Street (St. Stephen’s Tavern) (Grade II).

  • Nos. 3-9 Bridge Street (Palace Chambers).

  • St. Stephen’s House (Riverside Wing, St. Stephen’s Parade and West Wing).

  • Westminster Station.

  • Warehouse building at rear of No. 15 Southwark Street, adjoining St. Margaret’s Court.

  • Joiner Street, from junction with Tooley Street/Duke Street Hill to a point 50 metres south: public lavatories and part of West and East side street walls.

  • Tooley Street (South Facade) at junction with Stainer Street: arches at north end of Stainer Street.

B. Temporary removal and reinstatement of buildings

  • Horse Guards Road: two lamp-standards (Grade II) outside Storey’s Gate Police Lodge.

  • Cannon Row: four lamp-standards (Nos. 1-4) (Grade II).

  • Victoria Embankment Wall (Grade II) to a point no further than 90 metres north of Westminster Bridge.

  • Victoria Embankment: two lamp-standards (Grade II) one outside and one opposite Norman Shaw (South) Building.

  • Jubilee Gardens: shelters and structures in the centre of the Gardens.

  • St. Thomas Street: area behind Nos. 21-27, and south of No. 28 London Bridge Street: bin-stores and related structures.

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