Charles Busby

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Blue plaque for Charles Busby in Hove.

Charles Augustin Busby (1786–1834) was an English architect.

He created many buildings in and around Brighton such as Brunswick Square and St Margarets Church. His style usually included Romanesque style pillars to his buildings.

He was also responsible for the Commercial Rooms, Bristol.

He worked closely with fellow architect Amon Henry Wilds and his apprentice David J. Field.

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