Grade I listed buildings in London

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  • Biography Of Alexander John Greenslade And Lady Mary Capelle

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    Alexander John Greenslade, Stepney, London, 1885. I was born to Lord John Greenslade and Lady Mary Capelle. In my early years, me and my kin took residency in Millbank road; walking distance from both the Palace of Westminster and Buckingham Palace. We lived in a white bricked mansion: five stories tall; a small porters lodge just outside the front door; white and gold incrusted foyer centred around a carpeted marble staircase, a glittering chandelier hanging from The Creation of Adam on the ceiling

  • London Essay

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    development site within the City of London, critically appraise the extent to which that development delivers successful modern property development whilst at the same time respecting the historic sense of identity of the City of London as identified by Glinert. The City of London sometimes referred to as ‘the square mile’ denotes the area within the original old walled city built by the Romans in about AD50.1 One can still see evidence of roman heritage by visiting the London wall, built in around 200AD

  • 1930s Flat Housing History

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    Services, including laundry and shoe-shining, were provided on site. The building included 22 single flats, 4 double flats, 3 studio flats, staff quarters, kitchens and a large garage. The Pritchards lived in a penthouse flat at the top with their two sons Jeremy and Jonathan. Plywood was used extensively in the apartments. Early famous residents included: Bauhaus émigrés Walter Gropius, Marcel Breuer, and László Moholy-Nagy; architects Egon Riss and Arthur Korn; Agatha Christie (1940–46) and Adrian

  • How Mourad Mazouz Started his Restaurant, Sketch

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    In 2001, just after signing the lease for 9 Conduit Street, London a Grade II listed building Mourad Mazouz went to Paris. Not yet knowing what he would do inside he went on a mission to find a chef to collaborate with. Mazouz was already a reputable and successful restaurateur with his celebrated restaurants Au Bascou and 404 in Paris as well as Momo in London. The listed townhouse was designed as the private residence of James Viner by James Wyatt in 1779. After that it filled many roles over the

  • Mpo Assignent Guideline

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    Romance of Leadership, Administrative Science Quarterly 30: 78-102. 7. Clegg, S., Kornberger, M., and Pitsis, T. (2011) Managing & Organisations: An Introduction to Theory and Practice, London, Sage (Chapter 4) 3 Please note that most of these articles/readings can be accessed via e-readings. See details listed on tutorial guidelines on how to access e-readings. Prescribed resources for Essay 2- “Discrimination is a likely occurrence during the recruitment process. Discuss this statement in

  • marketing plan for anki drive, marketing programme and implementation for anki drive.

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    THIS ASSIGNMENT COVER SHEET NEEDS TO BE COMPLETED AND RETURNED WITH YOUR ASSIGNMENT. FAILURE TO SUBMIT A COMPLETED COVER SHEET WILL RESULT IN YOUR WORK NOT BEING GRADED. DECLARATION I have read and understood the London School of Business and Finance Regulations and Policies relating to academic misconduct. I declare that:    This submission is entirely my own original piece of work. It has not been submitted for a previous assessment in LSBF or any other institution. Wherever published

  • A Brief History of Mcdonald

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    PHOTO: McDonald's buildings have undergone dramatic changes from the first one opened by Kroc in 1955 (top) which is now preserved as a museum, to this ultra modern restaurant opened in 1983 in New Orleans (bottom). 1975 • The company's first Drive-Thru opened in Sierra

  • Case Study Maple Leaf Shoes Ltd. “Selection of a Human Resources Manager”

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    Discussion question 2: In the selection process of the HR Manager, four applicants Michael Anderson, Arthur Dougherty, Jane Reynolds and Steven Robinson were called for an interview. Based on their resumes and interviews and the factors identified, I would rate Steven Robinson the highest followed by Arthur Dougherty, Jane Reynolds and Michael Anderson i.e. 9, 8, 7 and 6 on a scale of 10 respectively. Based on Steven Robinson’s resume his education, job skills, experience and other competences

  • Getting a job done Essay

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    Getting a Job From I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings My room had all the cheeriness of a dungeon and the appeal of a tomb. It was going to be impossible to stay there, but leaving held no attraction for me, either…. The answer came to me with the suddenness of a collision. I would go to work. Mother wouldn’t be difficult to convince; after all, in school I was a year ahead of my grade and mother was a firm believer in self-sufficiency. In fact, she’d be pleased to think that I had that much gumption

  • Annotated Bibliography: Character

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    Firstly, the sources listed will help me to have some insights about how morals are gradually taken away, and how self-centeredness becomes the main character that is developed in the next generation. Second, the sources will help me see how character and personalities are related