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26 July 2010

1875 – Design for Hastings Town Hall, Sussex

Architects: Jeffery & Skiller / Cross & Wells Front Perspective View including ground & 1st floor plans published in The Building News, November 3rd 1876.

21 December 2009

1882 – St. Mary’s Star of The Sea, Hastings, Kent

Architect: Basil Champneys Built of flint with stone dressings in the Decorated/Perpendicular style in 1882.

23 October 2009

1875 – Design for Hastings Town Hall, Sussex

Architect: Alexander Lauder From The Architect, December 11, 1875: The objects sought in this design are departmental separation with convenient communication between the offices. To this end the departments are divided into three...

23 October 2009

1875 – Design for Hastings Town Hall, Sussex

Architect: Lee & Smith From The Architect, November 6, 1875: The design illustrated in the present number is one of two submitted by Messrs. Lee & Smith in the recent competition. The arrangements...

22 October 2009

1875 – Design for Hastings Town Hall, Sussex

Architect: P. Auld From The Architect, October 2, 1875: The design published this week illustrates one, by Mr. P. Auld, of those submitted in the late competition.

21 October 2009

1875 – Design for Hastings Town Hall, Sussex

Architect: E.J.J Shrewsbury From The Architect, July 24, 1875: This design was submitted in the late competition by Mr. E.J.J Shrewsbury, of Maidenhead. It was one of the selected six, and is said...

01 October 2009

1880 – New Municipal Buildings, Hastings, Sussex

Architect: William Andrews

27 September 2009

1880 – ‘Sandrock’, Hastings, Sussex

Architect: W. Hay Murray Built as a residence for Baroness Von Roemer, perspective view including ground plan published in The Building News, September 17th 1880. “Sandrock, of which we publish a view this...

23 September 2009

1880 – ‘Hazelhurst’, Ore, Hastings, Sussex

Architect: W. Hay Murray Designed as the Residence of H.S. Marriott. “Tms house, as it now stands, is the combined production of five or six architects, the original building having been added to...

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