I don’t know this area well but I very much like how you have brought out the history and perhaps the psychogeography here.
This is the building on the corner of Worship Street and Clifton Street, on the northern edge of the City of London.
Holywell Street is to the left of the drawing. I sketched this from a bench in the little pedestrian square that now exists where Clifton Street meets Worship Street.
What is this building? Well, now it is inhabited by an organisation called “NEL NHS” according to the notice on the door. From what I can discover online, NEL stands for “North East London” and the organisation is an in-house consulting organisation for the NHS. They are a “Commissioning Support Unit (CSU)” which means they supply services to, for example, GPs, and other parts of the NHS. They help with IT projects and change programmes. NEL is quite a big…
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