In spring 1834, Henry Roberts appointed Sir George Gilbert Scott Clerk of Works to The Collegiate School in Camberwell Grove, an arrangement which, he joked, ‘was much more beneficial to myself than to the building’. This was a small Tudor Gothic building which was completed by the autumn, about the time that Scott seems to have left Roberts. It was demolished in 1867.
Scott’s Recollections, I 262
Colvin, H., A Biographical Dictionary of British Architects 1600-1840 (Yale University Press, New Haven and London, 1995), p. 505.
Curl, J. S., The Life and Works of Henry Roberts, 1803-76, Architect (Phillimore & Co Ltd, 1983), p. 16.