- On the south side of London Wall, at the north-east corner of Throgmorton Avenue (P.O. Directory).First mention: "le Carpenters Halle," 1575 (Ct. H.W. II, 692).The gardens of the Carpenters on the northern boundary of Drapers' Gardens are mentioned 35 H. VIII. 1543 (L. and P. H. VIII. XVIII. Pt. I, p. 528).The original hall occupied a portion only of the present site, the Court Room and offices extending further south and west into the present Throgmorton Avenue. This hall was taken down 1876, for the formation of Throgmorton Avenue and the present building erected from the designs of Mr. W. W. Pocock."Carpenters' Buildings," formerly occupied part of the site.Roman Relics were discovered in digging the foundations of the new hall.
A Dictionary of London. Henry A Harben. 1918.
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