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Dolphin Square: The History of a Unique Building

 

We are delighted to announce the release of  “Dolphin Square- The History of a unique building” by Terry Gourvish.  The new book charts the life of one of London’s most unique buildings.

 

Dolphin Square: The History of a Unique Building

 

 

The hardback book was written by Terry Gourvish and published by Bloomsbury publishing house. Exposing the story behind the great red brick walls of Dolphin Square in Pimlico.

 

Set on the North Bank of the Thames and built in the 1930’s, these walls have survived Wars, recessions and London’s ever-moving developments.  From delegating as the Royal Army Clothing Depot to residing as home to London based MP’s , peers and entertainers.  The book – Dolphin Square captures the lives of it’s significant past residents, including that of Princess Anne, Sid Jammed, Christine Keeler, Mo Mowlam, Sir David Steel, Ellen Wilkinson and Barbara Windsor.

 

The book breaks new ground in supplying detailed examination of urban property speculation and it’s management. Blending its social history with it’s pioneering architecture and business scrutiny. Revealing why Dolphin Square has obtained and remained its reputation as Westminster’s sort after apartment block.

 

Even better we are offering a 25% discount (£30, RRP £40) for our blog readers, which is obtainable by simply entering the code DOLPHIN at the checkout:

Dolphin Square purchasable here- http://bloomsbury.com/uk/dolphin-square-9781472911094/

 

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