A simply effective waste collection and rubbbish removal in this area. Did you know this area of London has recently become known for being the home of the professional creative sector, where Clerkenwell contains numerous media, design and creative agencies and studios. Clerkenwell Design Week, held for a period of three days every summer, sums up the areas dedication to the creative industry, where representatives from the worlds of fashion, product design, industrial design, architecture and fine art. Down the road is the Barbican estate and arts centre, a famous brutalist style concrete housing estate built in the 1960’s. The estate has become a desirable and iconic place to live and work, in close proximity to the Museum of London, Guildhall school of Music and Drama and a whole host of financial institutions.
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Clerkenwell took its name from the Clerks' Well in Farringdon Lane (clerken was the Middle English genitive plural of clerk, a variant of clerc, meaning clergyman). In the Middle Ages, the London Parish clerks performed annual mystery plays there, based on biblical themes. Part of the well remains visible, incorporated into a 1980s building called Well Court. It is visible through a window of that building on Farringdon Lane.
Finsbury - In the Middle Ages Finsbury was part of the great fen which lay outside the walls of the City of London.It gave its name to the Finsbury division of the Ossulstone hundred of Middlesex. In the early 17th century trees were planted and gravel walks made, and the area became a place for recreation. In 1641 the Honourable Artillery Company moved to Finsbury, where it still remains, and in 1665 the Bunhill Fields burial ground was opened in the area.
The Minister for the Arts, Tessa Blackstone, announced in September 2001 that the Barbican complex was to be Grade II listed. It has been designated a site of special architectural interest for its scale, its cohesion and the ambition of the project. The complex is architecturally important as it is one of London's principal examples of concrete Brutalist architecture and considered a landmark.