British Columbia House

London, United Kingdom

British Columbia House

British Columbia House is a Grade II listed building at 1 and 3, Regent Street, Westminster, London.

Designed by architect Alfred Barr, British Columbia House was constructed in 1914 as the premises of the Agent-General of the Province of British Columbia, a position then held by John Herbert Turner. At the time of the building's official opening, in 1915, Turner had been replaced by Richard McBride, but McBride's death, in 1917, saw him return to the Agent-General's role.

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