London

Listed Synagogues and other Jewish Sites

King George V Silver Jubilee window (1935) by David Hillman (copyright: English Heritage Photo: Keith Buck

King George V Silver Jubilee window (1935) by David Hillman (copyright: English Heritage Photo: Keith Buck

SYNAGOGUES

In use as synagogues

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grade I
Bevis Marks, EC3 (Joseph Avis 1699-1701)
New West End, St Petersburgh Place, W2 (George Audsley in association with N.S. Joseph 1877-79)

Grade II*
Hampstead, Dennington Park Road, NW6 (Delissa Joseph 1892-1901)

Grade II
Sandys Row, E1 (Former chapel 1766. Converted into synagogue 1867. Remodelled by N.S. Joseph 1870)
West London (Reform), Upper Berkeley Street, W1 (Davis & Emanuel 1869-70)
Western & Marble Arch, 32 Great Cumberland Place, W1 (T. P. Bennett & Son 1960-61)
Spanish & Portuguese, Lauderdale Road W9 (Davis & Emanuel 1895-96)
New London, 33 Abbey Road, NW8 (H.H. Collins 1882. Formerly St John's Wood United Synagogue)
New Synagogue, Egerton Road, N16 (Joseph & Smithem 1915. Interior reconstructed from Great St Helen’s, Bishopsgate, by John Davies 1838)
Golders Green, 41, Dunstan Road, London, NW11 (Lewis Solomon & Son [Digby] 1921–22. Enlarged by Messrs. Joseph 1927)


Former synagogues

Grade II*
Princelet Street, E1 (Former synagogue 1870 behind Huguenot house 1719. Hudson 1869-70.
   Remodelled by Lewis Solomon 1893)
Spitalfields Great Synagogue, 23 Brick Lane/Fournier Street, E1
   (Former French church 1743. Converted into synagogue 1897-98. Now London Jamia Mosque)

Grade II
Dollis Hill, Parkside, NW2 (Sir Owen Williams 1936-38. Torah Temimah Primary School)
East London Synagogue, Rectory Square, E1 (Davis & Emanuel 1876-77. Flats)
Hackney Synagogue, Brenthouse Road, E9 (Delissa Joseph 1897. Enlarged by Cecil J. Eprile 1936. Church)

 

POST-WAR SYNAGOGUE CURRENTLY HOUSED IN LISTED BUILDING
Grade II*

London, Sukkat Shalom Reform Synagogue, 1 Victory Road, Hermon Hill, E11
   (Merchant Seaman's Orphan Asylum at Wanstead Hospital,
   Chapel by George Somers Clarke 1861-63. Synagogue 2000. Contains fixtures and fittings
   from the synagogue at the former Tottenham Jewish Home & Hospital 1913-18)

Grade II

Elstree Liberal Synagogue, Hertfordshire, WD6 (Church of England schoolhouse 1882-83, synagogue 1979)

 

OTHER BUILDING TYPES
Grade II

Soup Kitchen for the Jewish Poor, Brune Street E1 (Lewis Solomon 1902. Flats)
Stepney Jewish Schools, Stepney Green, E1 (Davis & Emanuel 1906-07)
No. 88, Whitechapel High Street, E1
   [former offices of the Jewish Daily Post, with shop signs by Arthur Szyk (ca. 1935)]

 

BURIAL GROUNDS, MAUSOLEA AND MEMORIALS
Listed Grade II

Mile End Velho (Sephardi), 253, Mile End Road, E1 (1657)

Mile End Nuevo (Sephardi), Queen Mary University of London Campus, Mile End Road (foundation stone, 1733)

Alderney Road, E1 (Ashkenazi) (1696-97)
Rothschild Mausoleum (Matthew Digby Wyatt 1866), West Ham Jewish Cemetery,
   Buckingham Road, E15
King Edward VII Jewish Memorial Drinking Fountain, Whitechapel Road, E1
   (opposite Royal London Hospital) (W.S. Frith 1911)

 

Parks & Gardens Register

Grade II

Mile End Nuevo (Sephardi), Queen Mary University of London Campus, Mile End Road (New Section, 1855)