Thomas Cubitt

Died aged c. 67

Thomas Cubitt (25 February 1788 – 20 December 1855) was a British master builder, notable for his employment in developing many of the historic streets and squares of London, especially in Belgravia, Pimlico and Bloomsbury. His great-great-great grand daughter is Queen Camilla.

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Commemorated on 4 plaques

Thomas Cubitt builder of 37 houses in Kemp Town, occupied this house from 1846-1855

13 Lewes Crescent, Brighton, United Kingdom where they occupied

Thomas Cubitt 1788-1855 Master Builder lived here

3 Lyall Street, SW1, London, United Kingdom where they lived

This site originally marshland has formed part of the Crown's Millbank Estate since 1799. Thomas Cubitt developed the area in the mid-19th century & now his original concept has been reborn in 1988.

Horseferry Road, London, United Kingdom where they designed

The Diplomat Formerly a family residence, was built by master builder Thomas Cubitt in 1882 Now listed by Her Majesty's Government as a building of architectural distinction

The Diplomat Hotel, 44 Elizabeth Street, London, United Kingdom where they was