Herbert Langman

Place of Birth
Southport Manchester

  • Born :  1882
  • Died  :

The son of Gideon Langman, cabinet maker, Herbert Langman was articled to Francis Peter Halsall 1899-1903 and attended Southport School of Art and Liverpool School of Architecture. Assistant to Edmund Kirby 1903 - ? He passed the qualifying exam in 1906 and was elected ARIBA in 1907 proposed by E Kirby W E Willink H Hartley. In the First World War Herbert Langman was commissioned from the Royal Engineers on 21 April 1915 into the 5th Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment and attached to 2nd Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment. Posted to France November 1915. He was awarded the Military Cross., L.G. on 26 May 1917 “For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He handled his Company with great skill and was largely responsible for the success of the operations. He had previously done fine work”.


 In 1931 Herbert Langman took over the office and practice of George Fletcher LRIBA and transferred his principal office to 1 Cathedral Gates, Manchester.

1907        5 Cook Street Liverpool
1914        St George’s Place 138 Lord Street Southport
1930        H Langman  FRIBA, Westminster Buildings, 106 Lord Street Southport.
1931        1 Cathedral Gates, Manchester. Telephone CITY 9017

1907        29 Shakespeare Street, Southport
1930        Herbert Langman MC FRIBA. Hampton Road, Southport