The talk on 14th June, see how the Leathersellers livery company, a 500-year-old trade guild, now occupies a new Hall by Eric Parry, built partly underground and incorporating material from its previous two homes. All have been built in the private cul-de-sac the company has owned for two centuries.
The other talks cover a private bank, an insurance market and a commercial firm, and are held at the same place and time each Wednesday in June (see listings for the 7th, 21st and 28th). Booking is required but they are free of charge and can be enjoyed individually or as a series. So travel back in time this summer, and discover how memories of the Square Mile’s ownership, activities and pathways are preserved in its architecture.