Gilbeys Yard Community
This is Gilbeys Yard
The Gilbeys Yard cobblestone covered surface is mostly landowned by One Housing Group Ltd, apart from the two large Grade II Listed heritage buildings: The Interchange and The Henson buildings with their collection of historic underground tunnels and catacombs.
One Housing Group has 2 Social Housing Estates in Gilbeys Yard -
Gilbeys Yard Estate comprises of 82 homes developed in 1997 which were awarded for being the Best New Development by a Housing Association - Website - The yard is mostly part of a conservation area except for the Gilbeys Yard Estate
Oval Road Estate comprises of 24 homes in The Henson Building, in Gilbeys Yard - Website
The Henson Building was converted in 2009 into 70 residential units and ground floor and basement office after its previous incarnation, The Henson Creature Shop / Warehouse was destroyed by fire and has retained much of its original character with a grade II listed facade. The newer face of the building is contemporary and provides the backdrop for the affordable units. The older side of the building offers views overlooking Camden Lock. Websites - Management - Architects - Developers
The Interchange Building has been the offices of the world's oldest news company The Associated Press for quite some time after being part of W&A Gilbey Ltd, formed in 1857 for about 100 years and became the largest drinks firm in the world.
Gilbeys Yard in Camden is in the London region of England. The postcode is within the Camden Town with Primrose Hill ward/electoral division, which is in the constituency of Holborn and St Pancras.