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Facility

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  • 10 View from Albert Bridge Road
  • 11 View from Rosenau Road
  • 12 View from Maskelyne Close
  • 1 Ordnance Survey Map, 1894
  • 4  Ethelburga Estate.  Plan of finalised scheme circa 1960
  • 5 Ethelburga Estate.  Model of finalised scheme circa 1960
  • 2  London Councy Council.  Bomb damage map circa 1943
  • 3 Ethelburga Estate.  Plan of early scheme, circa 1955
  • 6  Elevation of Ethelburga Tower from Battersea Park circa 1960
  • 7  Ethelburga Estate.  Model of revised scheme circa 1964 from south east
  • 8  Ethelburga Estate.  Model of revised scheme circa 1964 from Battersea Park
  • 9  Ethelburga Tower seen beyond Jagger House circa 1975

Ethelburga Tower, Battersea

London County Council Architects Department

place
Ethelburga Tower, Rosenau Road, SW11 4AB
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Disabled access

Travel Information

subway
Nearest tube: South Kensington, Sloane Square
train
Nearest train: Clapham Junction
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Bus routes: 319, 345, 49, 170
Ethelburga Tower is a 17-storey block of flats near Battersea Park. The building was designed by the LCC Architects Dept with Ove Arup & Partners as consulting engineers. It was built by Tersons of Finchley and completed in 1966.

Events

Saturday 11th September
Ethelburga Tower: general access
schedule Time: 12pm to 6pm
group Capacity: 10
Visitors can arrive at any time during the opening hours.
There may be queues at busy times.

Design

Original design
London County Council Architects Department, 1966
Type
residence
Period
Post-war