NatWest Bank

NatWest Bank

100-101 High Street
TW8 8AY

Built as a bank in 1929 and so remains.

In Thames Policy Area

History

Rebuilt in 1929 to be used as a bank.

English Heritage (2000) “contributes significantly to the distinctive character of area”

Well-loved landmark. A good example of a Martin’s bank of the 1920s.

Further information

As of September 2013, Ballymore states this building will be retained and incorporated into the new development.

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