He had a trademark of twisted chimney stacks, many of which can be seen on the buildings in the city centre.Douglas designed amongst other buildings the Grosvenor Hotel and the City Baths.
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A number of finds have come to light including: A considerable amount of land in Chester is owned by the Duke of Westminster who owns an estate, Eaton Hall, near the village of Eccleston. Grosvenor is the Duke's family name, which explains such features in the City such as the Grosvenor Bridge, the Grosvenor Hotel, and Grosvenor Park.
Much of Chester's architecture dates from the Victorian era, many of the buildings being modelled on the Jacobean half-timbered style and designed by John Douglas, who was employed by the Duke as his principal architect.
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William the Conqueror ordered the construction of a castle, to dominate the town and the nearby Welsh border.
In 1071 The Industrial Revolution brought railways, canals, and new roads to the city, which saw substantial expansion and development – Chester Town Hall and the Grosvenor Museum are examples of Victorian architecture from this period.
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Between and 6 July 2007, excavations were carried out in Grosvenor Park.
The main aim was to find Cholmondeley's lost mansion, which was demolished in 1867.
the civilian settlement continued (probably with some Roman veterans staying behind with their wives and children) and its occupants probably continued to use the fortress and its defences as protection from raiders from the Irish Sea.