W. Godfrey Allen
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W. Godfrey Allen FSA FRIBA (1891–1986), full name Walter Godfrey Allen, was an architect in the twentieth century. He was Surveyor of the Fabric to St. Paul's Cathedral from 1931 to 1956, and he devised the St. Paul's Heights policy in the 1930s as well. He lived and worked in Priory Row, Faversham, and is commemorated there by a plaque on his old home. He declined a British honour of Commander (CBE) in 1957.
Allan is credited with designing a number of features in St Paul's. He was Master of the Art Workers Guild in 1953.
- Isometric engraving of St Paul's by Allen and R. B. Brookes-Greaves at the Victoria and Albert Museum
- 1942 photo at the National Portrait Gallery
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