Canning Terrace

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Canning Terrace
Canning Chambers - geograph.org.uk - 874443.jpg
LocationNottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
Coordinates52°57′22.72″N 1°9′43.93″W / 52.9563111°N 1.1622028°W / 52.9563111; -1.1622028Coordinates: 52°57′22.72″N 1°9′43.93″W / 52.9563111°N 1.1622028°W / 52.9563111; -1.1622028
Built1837-1840
Restored1985
ArchitectSamuel Sutton Rawlinson
Listed Building – Grade II
Canning Terrace is located in Nottinghamshire
Canning Terrace
Location of Canning Terrace in Nottinghamshire

Canning Terrace was erected in 1837-1840 on Zion Hill at Canning Circus, Nottingham.[1]

History[edit]

It was built as a series of almshouses flanking the cemetery gatehouse, by the architect Samuel Sutton Rawlinson. It was named after George Canning, Prime Minister in 1827.[2]

Canning Terrace from the History and Antiquities of Nottingham by James Orange, 1840

References[edit]

  1. ^ English Heritage Listing Information
  2. ^ The Buildings of England: Pevsner N: Nottinghamshire: London: 1979-: 243