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Lloyd's Avenue Conservation Area

Lloyd's Avenue Conservation Area [No. 25]

An ensemble of large-scale, mainly Edwardian office buildings of a consistent scale and style.

The Lloyd's Avenue Conservation Area Character Summary and Management Strategy SPD (2MB) was adopted on 31 January 2012.

Use the 'Conservation' tab on the City of London interactive map to view the conservation area boundary.​

History and character summary

  • An area with a rich history spanning a number of periods, relating to the medieval church of St Katherine Coleman, the East India Trading Company and Lloyd's Register of Shipping
  • A group of listed and unlisted office buildings of consistently high architectural quality, mainly Edwardian in origin, with a high level of conformity in terms of scale, design and street plan.
18 April 2012
Last Modified:
29 May 2019