Nottingham Buildings




designed by Frederick

The building is presently occupied by Clement Pianos, a long established family run Nottingham  firm.

This building was designed by Frederick Ball as the Parish Rooms for All Souls Church in 1914.

The original All Souls was demolished in the 1970s.  

Frederick Ball was the architect brother of Sir Albert Ball a property developer who later became a prominent local politician. Sir Albert was the father of Nottingham's WW I flying ace Captain Ball VC

Information thanks to site visitor 
Peter Swallow

All Souls Church Parish Rooms / Clement Pianos
221 Lenton Boulevard

  Ray Teece   11-03-2015