1996: An Archaeological Investigation of late 17th and 18th Century Waste & Water Management. Andrew Reynolds.
London Archaeological Research Facility, Institute of Archaeology, University College London.. Includes measured drawings, and slides. Sponsored by English Heritage.

1994: 68 Dean Street - A Brief Record Survey. Richard Bond. Historic Buildings Recording Unit, English Heritage, London Region. Report and drawings dating the 'hidden rooms' to the original house.

1997: A Geophysical Survey. Ground Penetrating Radar Survey: front Vault Waste Management (Servants Cesspit + Soakaway) and Cold Room Beneath 1732 Kitchen. A subsequent excavation by builder John Turnbull did not find any evidence supporting the latter ‘Cold Room’ radar survey.

1997: The Clark Laboratory. Museum of London Archaeology Service - draft Report

1998: Architectural Paint Research: an Investigation of the Early Paint Finishes. English Heritage, Architectural Paint Research Unit. Helen Hughes. Detailed Report and paint sample photos.

1999: Report on the Two Archaeological Surveys of 68 Dean Street. Dan Cruickshank


1983: Horological Journal: ‘Horological Dealers Close After 114 Years.’

1983 May 19th Daily Telegraph: ‘Benford O’Shea Closes’

1994: December 4th Sunday Times Style Mag: ‘On the Face of It.’

1996: August Restoration Magazine: ‘68 Dean Street Restored.’

1997: January City of Westminster: ‘Repairs & Alterations to Listed Buildings -Supplementary Planning Guidance.’

1998: June English Heritage: ‘Soho’s Georgian Secret’

2003: Pevsner London Volume 1: 68 Dean Street entry.

2003: Spring The Georgian: ‘Soho Masochism, David Bieda on the Pain & Pleasure of Restoring 68 Dean Street.’

2004: September: Sotheby’s: ‘The Age of Oak & Walnut.’

2004: September 8th Evening Standard: ‘A Bid for Stardom’

2015: The Seven Noses of Soho.

2016: July Evening Standard Homes & Property: ‘What was Under the Floorboards in Soho?’

2016: August World of Interiors: ‘Soho’s Georgian House of Secrets’