Webber Row Estate, Waterloo, London

Roger Stark, LCC Housing Architect
Date Built
Opened 1905 - 1906
Webber Row between Webber Street and Waterloo Road
The Webber Row Estate, in the Waterloo district of London, is made up of five brick blocks of flats arranged in parallel and perpendicular to Webber Row.  The buildings are now Grade II listed.  Historic England describes them as, " ...  red brick in Flemish bond, stone copings and dressings .... roof of tile .... There are gabled ranges to Waterloo Road, with recessed sections forming balcony at 2nd-floor level. These recessed ranges are articulated by brick piers, a most unusual feature for LCC housing. The intermediate ranges terminating in broad, sweeping eaves carried on elegant metal brackets, "

Mawdley House faces on to Waterloo Road with a range of shops at street level and 3 to 4 floors of flats above.

On the back of the block, flat access is via stairwells and long balconies.

Across an open space, with driveway access, is Dauncey House.

The third block is Algar House.

Between Algar House and Delarch House there is a small garden area.

Finally, there is Overy House.