This narrow right angled alley runs behind blocks of offices and shops, today offering a convenient place for fire exits and windows.
One of the grandest of the City’s livery halls, the Goldsmiths is open a few days a year for public tours and the dates for… next year have been announced.
Long before Dr Johnson arrived, there was a Johnson’s Court – a long alley that sliced between long deep buildings fronting onto Fleet Street.
This is one of those alleys that’s been around for centuries, yet managed to leave hardly a trace of its existence in history.
For 60 years, one night in May has seen a group of people racing in cars around the City of London trying to solve a treasure hunt.
This is one of the oldest surviving alleys in London, emerging around Tudor times when the area along Chancery Lane was first starting to be developed from fields.
The controversial plans for a tulip shaped viewing tower are back, with an appeal logged against the decision to block its construction.
A new public consultation is opening on the City of London’s plans to co-locate Billingsgate, New Spitalfields and Smithfield markets at a new site in Dagenham Dock.
The City of London, being very ancient has many traditions and ceremonies, and as many of us still like dressing up in livery finery, many of them still happen today.
This dead-end of a rather posh looking alley is claimed to have royal connections in medieval times.
A short alley with a narrow covered passage that then curves around to a grand street with impressive buildings.
This alley is both long and grand, but also has an utterly delightful narrow tunnel at one end.