A Guide to Port Sunlight Village
Edward Hubbard and Michael Shippobottom
Edward Hubbard FSA (1937-1989) was an architectural historian who assisted in the compilation of several volumes in the 'Buildings of England' series produced by Penguin Press. He was co-author, with Sir Nikolaus Pevsner, of the 'Buildings of Cheshire' (1971), and wrote the 'Buildings of Clwyd' which was published in 1986 as well as a biography of John Douglas, the Victorian Cheshire architect.
Michael Shippobottom has over 35 years’ experience of working with historic buildings and has worked on many major buildings of national importance, including Windsor Castle, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, and Westminster World Heritage Site. Michael lectured in the Victorian Society Winter Lecture Series 2012–2013, was guest speaker at the 2014 National Conference of Gardens Trust and was a lecturer at Port Sunlight as part of 125 years foundation celebrations in 2014.
Preface to the 1988 Edition Preface to the 2005 Edition Foreward 1 The Founder 2 Background 3 Planning and Development 4 Housing and Architectural Character 5 Public Buildings 6 Fame and Influence Tours of the Village Walk: Heritage Centre to Lady Lever Art Gallery Drive: Lady Lever Art Gallery to Heritage Centre Appendix 1: Demolished Buildings Appendix 2: Notes on Architects Bibliography
Size: 246 × 189 mm
30 B&W illustrations
Publication: May 1, 2005