Blue Plaque proposed in Blackheath for John Stuart Mill

A commemorative plaque is set to be added to a Blackheath building in honour of 19th century philosopher John Stuart Mill.

Constructed by Signs of the Times, the blue plaque would be located at 113 Blackheath Park.

Mill lived in the property from 1852 for 20 years, including during the writing of perhaps his most famous work, On Liberty, which was published in 1859.

The structure is now six flats and Grade II Listed.

Details can be viewed here.

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