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3 edition of The Woolwich Equitable Building Society bowls yearbook. found in the catalog.

The Woolwich Equitable Building Society bowls yearbook.

The Woolwich Equitable Building Society bowls yearbook.

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Published by Pan Books in association with the Daily Telegraph in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[edited by] Donald Newby
ContributionsNewby, Donald.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21278048M
ISBN 100330316648
OCLC/WorldCa655667618

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- The area around where I live. See more ideas about London history, Local history, Old london pins. There, Roy Fuller joined the Woolwich Equitable Building Society, a home-mortgage company, with whom he remained until his retirement in Fuller left the Woolwich for military duty during World War II, from , when he served as a Lieutenant with the Royal Navy, first as a radar mechanic in Kenya, then as a radio and radar officer.

Woolwich Equitable menu in image format shown on this website has been digitised by Customers are free to download and save these images, but not use these digital files (watermarked by the Zomato logo) for any commercial purpose, without prior written permission of Zomato. The Woolwich prospered in the late 19th century; known by then as The Woolwich Equitable Building Society, the group was able to move to expanded headquarters, while remaining in the town of Woolwich. The society's biggest growth came shortly into the 20th century. The end of World War I saw a new level of optimism for the victorious United.


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The Woolwich Equitable Building Society (later Woolwich Building Society or The Woolwich) was a United Kingdom financial institution owned by its members as a mutual it demutualised and became Woolwich company was listed on the London Stock was once a constituent of the FTSE Index but was acquired by Barclays in Industry: Financial services.

Woolwich Equitable Building Society v Inland Revenue Commissioners [] AC 70 is an English unjust enrichment law case, concerning to what extent enrichment of the defendant must be at the expense of the claimant. It related to the payment of tax which was subsequent held not to have been due as a result of the invalidity of the law under which the tax had been : House of Lords.

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It was incorporated under the Building Societies Act of as Woolwich Equitable Benefit Building Society, shortened subsequently to Woolwich Equitable Building Society. Byit had 43 branches arranged across seven administrative regions.

From it issued pass books to subscribing members to replace traditional share certificates. Woolwich Equitable. General Gordon Square Woolwich SE18 6AB.

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A year later, the word 'Equitable' was dropped from the name of the company, making it simply the Woolwich Building Society. Init offered a current account, and also joined forces with Sun Alliance to form Woolwich Life.

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Users without a. Since the decision of the House of Lords in Woolwich Equitable Building Society v Inland Revenue Commissioners [] AC 70, the law governing claims for restitution of overpaid tax has experienced rapid and profound evolution. This has been so not only in England, but also elsewhere in the common law world as well as on the European plane.

The essays in this collection consider the new. I have found an account with the Woolwich building society which I had lost track of, which has around £ in it.

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K likes. Woolwich's newest public house by the Antic Collective. Expect real ales, fine wines, honest pub food and friendly service. Old Woolwich building society set to become quirky pub 0 comment A grand old building in Woolwich will look a million bucks when it reopens as a pub later this summer, while a Bromley pub is.

The s advertising jingle held that “your money’s safe with the Woolwich” – and it still is, when you invest in Sharp’s Doom Bar, Fusilier or locally brewed Hop Stuff’s oatmeal stout from half a dozen hand-pulled real ales on offer here. The building society’s landmark marble-halled.

Woolwich Equitable Building Society v. IRC [] 1 A.C. 70 (Lord Goff, Lord Browne-Wilkinson and Lord Slynn; Lord Keith and Lord Jauncey dissenting). Until then, in the absence of an agreement to repay, there was only an entitlement to recover money paid where, broadly speaking, the payment had been made under a mistake of fact or as a result.

Listed Building Grade: II List Entry Number: Date first listed: Feb Date of most recent amendment: Apr Statutory Address: WOOLWICH EQUITABLE BUILDING SOCIETY, 50, HIGH STREET Statutory Address: WOOLWICH EQUITABLE BUILDING SOCIETY, ST JAMES'S STREET. Cuffs first arrived in Woolwich in The store was a lot smaller then, and in they expanded to cover numbers 88 to 98 Powis street.

The whole building and its facade were modernised in Cuffs closed down on February 16th   Woolwich Equitable, London: See unbiased reviews of Woolwich Equitable, rated 4 of 5 on Tripadvisor and ranked #6, of 22, restaurants in London.4/ TripAdvisor reviews.

Bátiz-Lazo, B. Changes in the depreciation of buildings in an English building society, circa 11th World Congress of Accounting Historians. Nantes. Bátiz-Lazo, B. and Billings, M. In Search of a Winning Strategy: A Case Study of Strategic Change at the Woolwich Equitable Building Society ().

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Calling it a ‘decent pub’ really doesn’t do it justice, though. The building is magnificent. Located on General Gordon Square, which has a great vibe about it since its makeover, it was originally the headquarters of the Woolwich Equitable Building Society, dating back to.

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The Woolwich Equitable Building Society was founded back in in the office of local solicitor Frederick Pearce, to receive the savings of Woolwich .Bátiz-Lazo, B. and M. Billings, ‘In Search of a Winning Strategy: A Case Study of Strategic Change at the Woolwich Equitable Building Society ()’, unpublished paper presented at Fifth Accounting History International Conference, Banff,