Hamilton Baillie Photographs

Tuesday, February 15th, 2022

In 2016, Ben Hamilton-Baillie presented his proposals for a ‘place making’ scheme at the corner of the A4128 at the junction of Wycombe Road, Honor End Lane, Chequers Lane and the High Street. Below is a link to the original item and some of the before and after photographs.

Before

After

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