Bishopsgate London – Office Buildings

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Bishopsgate London : Building Photos

Offices Development in the City, England, UK

7 Nov 2012

Bishopsgate Buildings

Photo © Adrian Welch, Nov 2012

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Photos © Adrian Welch, Jun 2007

Bishopsgate buildings, City of London

Bishopsgate development:
Bishopsgate Building
photo © Nick Weall

Bishopsgate buildings
photo © Adrian Welch, Jun 2007

110 Bishopsgate : Heron Tower
Heron Building
photo © Nick Weall

Liverpool Street Station, southeast corner – retained original buildings:
Liverpool Street Station
photo © Adrian Welch, Jun 2007

Loooking north up Bishopsgate with Spitalfields to right:
Bishopsgate
photo © Adrian Welch, Jun 2007

Spitalfields
Spitalfields
photo © Adrian Welch, Jun 2007

Traditional Bishopsgate building on east side of the road near Spitalfields:
Traditional Bishopsgate building
photo © Adrian Welch, Jun 2007

201 Bishopsgate
201 Bishopsgate
photo © Adrian Welch, Jun 2007

Wormwood St tower, corner with Bishopsgate, just north of Tower 42:
Wormwood St tower Bishopsgate Building
photo © Adrian Welch, Jun 2007

Bishopsgate building with tower 42 (former Nat West tower) beyond:
Bishopsgate building
photo © Adrian Welch, Jun 2007

St Ethelburga-the-Virgin within Bishopsgate, City of London – medieval Church on Bishopsgate:
St Ethelburga-the-Virgin within Bishopsgate St Ethelburga-the-Virgin within Bishopsgate
photo © Adrian Welch, Jun 2007

St Botolph without Bishopsgate
St Botolph without Bishopsgate
photo © Adrian Welch, Jun 2007

99 Bishopsgate
99 Bishopsgate Building
photo © Nick Weall

Bishopsgate London building photographs taken with Panasonic DMC-FX01 lumix camera; Leica lense: 2816×2112 pixels – original photos available upon request: info(at)e-architect.co.uk


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Bishopsgate is one of the 25 wards of the City of London and also the name of a major road (part of the A10) between Gracechurch Street and Norton Folgate in the northeast corner of London’s main financial district. Bishopsgate is named after one of the original eight gates in the London Wall. The site of this former gate is marked by a stone bishop’s mitre, fixed high upon a building located at Bishopsgate’s junction with Wormwood Street, by the gardens there and facing the Heron Tower.

Although tens of thousands of people commute to and work in the ward, it has a resident population of only 222 (2011).

The ward (which is large by City standards) is bounded by Worship Street to the north, where the edge of the City meets the boroughs of Islington and Hackney. It neighbours Portsoken ward and the borough of Tower Hamlets in the east. The western boundary is formed by Old Broad Street and Broad Street ward itself. Bishopsgate also bounds the wards of Aldgate (southeast), Coleman Street (west), Cornhill (southwest) and Lime Street (south). Bishopsgate ward straddles the (now former) line of the Wall and the old gate and is often (even today) divided into “Within” and “Without” parts, with a deputy (alderman) appointed for each part.

Since the 1994 (City) and 2003 (ward) boundary changes, almost all of the ward is Without; only a small area surrounding the Leathersellers’ livery hall remains as Bishopsgate Within. The ward previously extended much further south, along the Bishopsgate road and Gracechurch Street to meet Langbourn ward, but in the 2003 changes much of the Within part was transferred to Cornhill and Lime Street. No changes to Bishopsgate’s ward boundaries occurred in the 2013 boundary changes. Source: wikipedia

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