All places in the category "Public Buildings"

K2 telephone kiosk

K2 telephone kiosk of about 1927

27 Osborn Street

1927 red brick and engineering brick former offices of Stepney Borough electricity substation, now UK Power Networks

3 Gunthorpe Street

1997 workshop building with 1899-1900 retained street facade of Whitechapel Board of Works refuse destructor building

Whitechapel Sports Centre, Durward Street

1998-9, sports centre

Electricity substation, Settles Street

c.1970s electricity substation

London Muslim Centre

2003-4, centre comprising halls and classrooms, with offices in business wing

80 John Fisher Street

2001-2, community centre for Peabody Estate Whitechapel

London Action Resource Centre, 62 Fieldgate Street

late 1860s mission hall and infants' school, converted for synagogue and school use in the 1920s, adapted as a resource centre in the 1990s

Whitechapel Idea Store

2003-4, public library for Tower Hamlets Council

Stepney Community Trust, 46 Myrdle Street

c.1930, former shop now offices

The Community Centre

2013-14, community centre, temporary home (2016-18) of Toynbee Hall

Greater Whitechapel: Bernhard Baron House

183-185 Whitechapel Road, Jagonari Centre (rear wing)

1984-7, Women's Educational Resource Centre, Matrix Feminist Design Co-operative, architects, creche wing to rear

Former Jagonari Women's Centre, 183-185 Whitechapel Road

1984-7, Women's Educational Resource Centre, Matrix Feminist Design Co-operative, architects

Piazza Walk, Goodman's Fields

Public space with grass, water feature and 'Goodman's Fields Horses' sculpture by Hamish Mackie

Cityside Jobcentre Whitechapel

1934, labour exchange

East London Mail Centre and E1 Delivery Office

Former head office for the ā€˜Eā€™ postal district, built by the Ministry of Public Building and Works in the 1960s.

16 Prescot Street

former Whitechapel County and Police Courts. built 1859, latterly the Merchant Navy 'Pool'

74-78 Leman Street, former Police Station

Police Station since 19thC, present building built 1960, site of former Garrick Theatre (to rear) and Jews' Temporary Shelter

Maryam Centre, East London Mosque, Fieldgate Street

2009-13, women's prayer hall and community centre

Drinking Fountain

Drinking fountain of 1860, relocated from Whitechapel Road

The Wash Houses, London Metropolitan University, former Whitechapel Baths

LMU events space and home of Frederick Parker furniture collection, formerly the Women's Library, on site of Whitechapel Baths

13-15 Greatorex Street with 80 Old Montague Street

1961-2, flats above community centre (Morris Kasler Hall, a kosher luncheon club, converted to business development centre in 1999)

Whitechapel Gallery

2009 extension to Whitechapel Gallery housed in former 1891-2 Passmore Edwards Library. Incorporates entrance to Aldgate East tube station

Former Working Lads' Institute

1884-8, institute extended with lecture hall and swimming bath, shop inserted

Former Royal London Hospital

Former Royal London Hospital, built to designs by Boulton Mainwaring in 1752ā€“78 and since extended.

E1 Studios (formerly Neil House), 3-15 Whitechapel Road

1967-8, speculative warehouse/showroom block, also used for public-sector storage, a language school and offices

46 Commercial Road

1871-2, former Hall of Gunmakers' Company, 1893 staircase, building sold 1927, now offices. North entrance to Tilbury depot adjoined west.

Don Gratton House, Alma Home, Greatorex Street Young People's Centre and Institute of Psychotrauma

2003-5, student housing with health-service facilities and a commercial unit

13 Frostic Walk

1980-2, Hopetown Estate community centre

Whitechapel Gallery, 77-82 Whitechapel High Street

1898-1901 art gallery extended 1985 and 2009 when neighbouring library incorporated

Davenant Youth Centre (former Davenant School

charity school of 1686, rebuilt in 1818, adapted to be a community centre in 1985-7 and for offices in 2005-6

Davenant Centre to rear of 179 Whitechapel Road

1894-6, assembly hall and staircase addition to the Whitechapel Foundation School, Frank Ponler Telfer architect

Whitechapel Fire Station

1929-32