Our Westminster Green Plaque scheme was launched in 1991 to commemorate the diverse cultural heritage of Westminster and the people who have lived or worked here. It highlights buildings associated with people of renown who have made lasting contributions to society.
Our Green Plaques commemorate people who:
The scheme also marks buildings of historical interest, that form a significant part of the heritage of the city.
1. Submit your nomination as above.
2. We will contact you to discuss your nomination and clarify any additional information that is required.
3. We will carry out additional research to verify your nomination and submit an informal nomination to the Cabinet Member for Business, Culture and Heritage, including the proposed wording which we will agree with you.
4. We will contact the building owner to seek permission to install the Green Plaque and prepare an application for listed building consent, if it is required.
5. A full report is prepared for formal approval by Cabinet Members.
6. Following approval, your plaque is manufactured and installed.
7. We will support you to organise an unveiling ceremony, if required.
Recent Green Plaques
The Old Paddington Town Hall
Paddington Exchange, Hermitage Street, London, W2 1PW
Unveiled on Tuesday 30 October 2018
Darbourne and Darke architects
Morgan House, Lillington Gardens Estate, SW1V 2LF
Unveiled on Saturday 29 September 2018
To learn more about the Blue Plaques in London, please contact English Heritage. This is a separate scheme with different criteria.
For further information about Green Plaques in Westminster please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7641 3388 (Mon-Fri).