Harold Place

From Historical Hastings
Harold Place
Other Names
Former name(s)Kentish Buildings
Junctions
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Harold Place was widened circa 1879 when a small terrace called Kentish Buildings was purchased by the Urban Sanitary Authority and demolished to create some public conveniences. The planned toilets drew letters of complaint from among others, the Directors of the Queens Hotel[1]

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Name Street No From To


Cigar Cabin 1918 1935
Cobden Houses 1945
Harold Place Public Conveniences 1998 2019
Harold Place Underground Toilets 1880 1990
Kentish Buildings 1922 1890
Prior's Cottages


Robertson Street Havelock Road Queens Road Pelham Street Denmark Place

References[edit]

  1. Hastings & St Leonards Observer 09 November 1878 pg. 5