Block of flats on the Lordship Lane estate at the junction of Dulwich Common and Lordship Lane and named in 1950 after Sir Donald Friell McLeod (1810-1872), who was a pupil at a school on the site run by Dr William Glennie and later became Lieutenant-Governor of the Punjab. He was one of the founders of Lahore Oriental College, now part of the Punjab University. On his retirement in 1870, he returned to England and settled in London where he died in 1872 following a horrific accident when he was dragged along the platform by a train at Gloucester Road tube station.