Shame they couldn't have attempted to match the shots. Interesting that not a lot has happened on the left but the right has been developed a fair amount. I'd love to know what the buildings in the B&W image were on the right connected by one of the arms off the fountain.
If you mean this bit here, it's Wellington Barracks.
The map dates from 1901.
Source: Central London, south west. Stanford's Geographical Establishment. London : Edward Stanford, 26 & 27, Cockspur St., Charing Cross, S.W. (1901) - David Rumsey Historical Map Collection
Would those buildings you refer to in your reply be The Wellington Barracks?
Wikipedia link: Wellington Barracks - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Edit: Beaten to it by @stevenewman [didn't see the post updated while I was posting the results of my research]
Thank you kindly sirs. I assumed it had to be Military but it looks very different between the 2 so assumed it had been redeveloped into yuppie flats or something. Guess a fairly intense bombing campaign can do that to buildings ;)
This is a similar website but includes towns all over Britain Britain from Above | Rescue the Past it actually has my house with a burnt roof.