...his personal touch was impressed throughout every design for which he made himself responsible. — Times obituary
- Façade, Buckingham Palace (after 1901)
- Supreme Court Building (now the Legislative Council Building (1915)
- Victoria Law Courts, Birmingham
- New Schools for the French Protestant Church of London (1897)
- The Britannia Royal Naval College, Dartmouth.
- The Britannia Royal Naval College, Dartmouth. The Sick Quarters (1901)
- The Victorian and Albert Museum (1909)
- Birmingham University
- Royal College of Science, Imperial Institute Road, South Kensington, London
- New Buildings, Magdalene College, Cambridge, from the river.
- Chapel, Worksop College
Monuments and Memorials
- War Memorial to London Troops (1919-20)
- Admiralty Arch (1908-13)
- Royal Artillery Boer War Memorial (1909)
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