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Brewery Conservation Area [No. 11]

An important complex of buildings critical to the history of the brewing industry in and around the City of London.

The Brewery Conservation Area Character Summary (1MB) was ​published in 2000.

This document identifies key characteristics of the area and particular planning considerations.

The boundary of this conservation area was adjusted as part of a general boundary review in 2007. It supercedes the boundary depicted in the above Character Summary. To view the current boundary, please visit the City's interactive map, selecting 'Conservation Areas' under the 'Conservation' tab.

 History and character summary

  •  A rare survival of a coherent group of industrial buildings in the City associated with a particular industry
  • A close-grained townscape containing a number of modestly scaled 18th and 19th century buildings set around a paved court
  • Fine surviving examples of Georgian architecture uncommon in the City.
18 April 2012
Last Modified:
21 February 2020