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Pennethorne (or Pennythorn), James

James Pennethorne (alternatively Pennythorn) was an urban planner who drafted a number of proposals for street realignments and park landscaping in 1850's Victorian London. His "Proposed Public Road through Kensington Gardens", and "Plan of a proposed New Public Road from Kensington Gore to the Uxbridge Road" were published further to his evidence to Parliament, in the "Report from the Select Committee on Metropolitan Communications" (1855), Hansard. His output also included "Plan Record Repository Chancery Lane" (1850), "Plan New Street from Oxford Street to Holborn" (1840), "From Long Acre to St. Giles" (1840), "Plan proposed for a New Street from Cranbourne Street to Bedford Street, Covent Garden." (1846), "Plan proposed for a Central Thoroughfare to extend from Long Acre and the Strand on the West to Cheapside on the East; for the purpose of relieving Fleet Street and Holborn" (1853),  "Battersea New Park" (1852)

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