2-6 Old Montague Street

1904-5, shops and dwellings

2-6 Old Montague Street
Contributed by Survey of London on March 30, 2017

Two-storey buildings on this site were replaced in 1904–5 in their present form – three storeys with plain brick fronts, shops under dwellings latterly converted for offices. This was done for Barclay Brothers by Turner and Holditch, architects, and Albert Monk, an Edmonton builder. These are now the oldest surviving buildings on Old Montague Street.[^1]

[^1] District Surveyors Returns: London Metropolitan Archives, LMA/4453/F/01/051: London County Council Minutess, 15 November 1904, p. 2676