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|The new style can be traced back to mid-seventeenth century London, to Inigo Jones (1573-1652) and his design for Covent Garden, a Palladian inspired formal square of the 1630s. Then following the Great Fire of 1666, large-scale speculative building of classically influenced brick town houses commenced in London and by the end of the seventeenth century similar developments were under way elsewhere. In Bristol, then one of the largest and most important provincial cities, one of the first brick houses in the city was completed in 1701 in a new formal square soon to be named after Queen Anne (1701-14). The building of these first Georgian streets and squares represented the beginnings of large-scale suburban development in Britain. ‘Noxious trades’ were usually excluded from these new developments by the terms of the original building leases. Developed by speculative builders for wealthy clients the Georgian suburb was intended to be purely residential. These were the first fashionable suburbs containing streets, squares, circles and crescents of elegant terraced houses which exemplified the best of Georgian good taste: a combination of judicious restraint with exquisite detailing of the doors and windows.|