A few of my thoughts as I knew many of the South London/Surrey builders BitD, I'll wager the wrapover seatstay appeared first on Holdsworth frames, then widely copied.
Alec Bird, Ken Bird's Brother built many of the Clive Stuart team frames, and the seat stay arrangement (e.g the integral allen bolt clamp) is a signature of many of the Bird frames, as are the drilled lugs.
The earliest frames I've seen featuring drilled lugs are Roberts (Chas Roberts senior), and apart from featuring on Bird frames they also appear on early Ron Coopers (both my Ken Bird -Alec Bird built - and my Ron Cooper have drilled lugs), my Ken Bird has the fastback stay too.
Ken Bird is in the Herne Hill photo. Ken passed away a number of years ago and Alec is still around (I do see him occasionally at jumbles). I have quite a large catalogue of Bird frames; and the larger percentage were built by Alec (this too was the case with Clive Stuart frames).
Could add more but I'm worried about your attention span!
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