Deposited Plan No. 1155

Bradford Road: Dwelling house Shop and Cabinet Works

Details

Deposited Plan Number:1155
Date:14 December 1882
Plans Register:1869-1886
Street:Bradford Road
Property Name / Number:no data
Area:no data
District:Central Ward
Town:Huddersfield
Grid Reference:no data
Building Project:Dwelling house Shop and Cabinet Works
Type:Residential / Commercial - new build
Applicant:William Radcliffe Starkey
Applicant Address:137, Bradford Road, Huddersfield (near Hebble Beck)
Architect:John Edward Moseley (Architect, Surveyor & Valuer)
Architect Address:4, Wellington Buildings, Queen Street, Huddersfield.
Status of Project:
Approved
Contractor:no data
Contractor Address:no data
Work Commenced:no data
Work Completed:no data
Occupants:no data
Subsequent Alterations / History:no data
English Heritage Listing:no data
Location of Archives:Kirklees West Yorkshire Archives
Buildings of Huddersfield ID:1152

Additional Information

The proposals are to erect another building to the terrace of properties which had been built in recent years on the western side of Bradford Road.The fact that the address is given as being 'near Hebble Beck' indicates that the area has been recently developed. The new property adjoined Kells House, the property of Mr. J. Hallas to the south. To the north was vacant land. The new building followed the established building line. The somewhat plain elevation to Bradford Road is double fronted with large plate glass windows for the display of furnishings made in the cabinet works at the rear of the property. Steps lead up to the central doorway providing access to the shop. To the right, steps lead down to a passage at basement level providing access to the back door yard and single storey cabinet works.

The rooms in the plans are not named. There are three rooms in the basement, three on the ground floor; three in the chamber floor and one in the attic, which is lit by roof lights.

Neighbours in the terrace include Mr. Bates; Mr. J. S. Oddy at Rocklands House; Mr. C. Nicholson at Stafford House and Mr. Hallas at Kells House.

There is a privy / ash pit in the yard to the rear.


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