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Property Auction Holloway
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Our auctions are in-house, online and live streamed across the country. Each auction offers residential and commercial property, development, investments and land.
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Facts about Holloway
Holloway is an inner-city district of the London Borough of Islington, 3.3 miles north of Charing Cross, which follows the line of the Holloway Road. At the center of Holloway is the Nag’s Head commercial area which sits between the more residential Upper Holloway and Lower Holloway neighborhoods. Holloway has a multicultural population.
Like many other parts of Islington, the gentrification of Holloway is now underway, particularly in the Hillmarton and Mercers Road/Tavistock Terrace conservation areas. There are also many luxury development projects taking place over a large area between the Arsenal stadium development and Caledonian Road.
History of Holloway
Thomas Holloway was a Victorian entrepreneur who made a fortune from the sale of his patent medicines, pills and ointments, designed to cure all ills.
Looking for ways in which to spend his fortune, Holloway turned to philanthropy, and became a champion of progressive mental health care. George III’s madness had excited public opinion about the correct and humane treatment for the insane. Therefore, on 19 April 1861 Holloway attended a public meeting at the London Freemasons’ Hall in which Lord Shaftesbury, sincerely concerned with mental health, made a magnificent speech, calling for funds for the foundation of an asylum for the middle-class insane. Lord Shaftesbury appealed for £5,000 and received immediately contributions totaling £760, though none from Holloway. Holloway was impressed, and Shaftesbury received a letter from Holloway’s solicitor three years later announcing “a gentleman who is possessed of nearly a quarter of a million” and wished to see him with a view to disposing of that sum “for charitable uses”.