Sackville Street

Sackville Street is off Piccadilly in the exclusive area of Mayfair, a chic area of Central London. The nearest tube station to Sackville Street is 'Piccadilly Circus' which is only a few minutes walk away.

The site of Sackville Street, Albany and Burlington House was formerly known as Stone Conduit Close, and until its surrender to the Crown in 1536 it belonged to the Abbot and Convent of Abingdon.

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Meyer and Mortimer Ltd

Our earliest records show the company in existence in the late 1700’s. Jonathan Meyer, a tailor from Austria, established a tailoring and military outfitting business at 36 Conduit Street in the late eighteenth century, but Meyer and Mortimer’s origins lie partly in Scotland. Whilst Meyer was becoming established in London, the Mortimer family in Edinburgh were specialising in military outfitting.

6 Sackville Street, Mayfair, London. W1S 3DD.