Ronald Bradbury


1908 - 1971

Architect. Born in Reading (England), Bradbury was educated at the Universities of Liverpool and Manchester, completing his doctorate at Columbia University in New York. He served as City Architect and Director of Housing in Glasgow (1943-48), where he was responsible for the beginnings of urban renewal and the city's first tower blocks, Crathie Court and Moss Heights in Halfway. He went on to serve in the same role in Liverpool, remaining there until his retirement in 1970.


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