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Reuben House, Covent Garden

History of Reuben House

Cambridge Econometrics currently occupy Reuben House in Covent Garden which Slingsby’s built as their new offices in the 1980s on a site they had formerly used as a yard. They named it after Reuben Slingsby and his father.

Their original offices in Covent Garden (next to the Six Bells) which they retained are now occupied by Alium and the site of a small yard and workshop they had next to it is now occupied by NRA Architects.


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