Sites - Hackney Town Hall

This Town Hall was built on Mare Street in the 1930’s by Lanchester & Lodge. It is one of the few examples of 1930’s town hall designs where the walls, gardening and tree planting were incorporated as part of the original design. The town hall is surrounded by stone parapet walls with four piers surmounted by bronze Art Deco lanterns at the front. It is close to the Hackney Empire and Museum.

Close-up of a plant from a low angle
  • Close-up of a plant from a low angle
  • Wheelchair access
  • Front stairs of the Hackney Town Hall
  • Close-up of the stairs
  • Close-up of the letterbox
  • Long shot of the Hackney Town Hall
  • Close-up of flowers
  • Close-up of flowers

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Borough
Hackney
Address
Mare Street, London
E8 13A
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Directions
Buses: 30, D6, 55, 276, 277, 394, 254, W15. Overground to Hackney Central. Rail to London Fields.
Phone
020 8356 3000
Website
www.hackney.gov.uk

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