St Pancras - London
In 1816 William Inward (1771- 1843) and his son Henry William Inward (1794-1843) won an architectural competition to design a new church serving the Duke of Bedford’s Estate on the southern edge of the New Road (now Euston Road). In May 1822, the church was completed at a cost of £90,000. St Pancras Church is Grade I Listed and sits within the Bloomsbury Conservation Area in the London Borough of Camden.
Based upon the Erechtheion in Athens, the church is considered an exemplar of Greek Revival architecture
In 2014, the church was awarded an HLF Grant to recover the roof of the west portico and to repair the vestibule parapet walls where ironwork decay is causing serious damage. The project was completed in 2016 and won the prestigious SPAB John Betjeman Award in 2017.
The project has been shortlisted for the 2017 King of Prussia Gold Medal.
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