The Heath and Hampstead Society is in charge of plaques around their part of London. Someone suggested they put one up for the Sex Pistols as they lived in a 'squat' there when they wrote and rehearsed 'God Save the Queen'. Give em one!
From the article...
"We rightly remember the mutinous Sir Harry Vane, whose plaque you can see on Rosslyn Hill opposite Willoughby Road, who was executed for treason in 1662. Why not remember the place where Johnny Rotten and the Pistols composed 'God Save the Queen'?"