If you are searching for Pimlico venues in SW1V remember that it is a relatively small area that is located in central London in the area of the City of Westminster.
Pimlico is an area that is regarded for its impressive garden squares along with its grand Regency architecture. Pimlico is separated from Belgravia by the Victoria Railway Station which lies to the north. It is bound by the River Thames which is located to the south, and Vauxhall bridge Road which lies to the east and the waterway, formerly known as the Grosvenor Canal, which lies to the west.
When considering Pimlico venues in Greater London remember that one of the main features of Pimlico is its residential street plan which is organised in a highly disciplined grid and was designed in 1825 by the planner Thomas Cubitt. This area, now called the Pimlico Conservation Area, is a protected space. Pimlico is the location of other notable gardens and developments. These include the Dolphin Square development which is a pre-World War Two construction, and also the Churchill Gardens estates along with Lillington Gardens, which have now in their own right been listed as conservation areas. When searching for Pimlico venues in London remember that Pimlico contains over 350 buildings which aregrade two listedalong with many churches which are grade two listed.
Pimlico had been home to many notable residents. These have included among others, the politician Winston Churchill, the designer Laura Ashley, the Kenyan nationalist Jomo Kenyatta, the illustrator and renowned author Aubrey Beardsley, the lawn tennis inventor Major Walter Wingfield, and the philosopher Swami Vivekananda. The Tate Britain, the well-known museum, is a very short distance from Pimlico station. This building is considered to be a landmark of Pimlico. The area's connection with fine art has also been strengthened by the recent move of the Chelsea College of Art and Design into what was previously the Royal Army Medical College.