Deposited Plan No. 1192

Manchester Road: Additions to Shop and House


Deposited Plan Number:1192
Date:12 April 1883
Plans Register:1869-1886
Street:Manchester Road
Property Name / Number:no data
Area:no data
Grid Reference:SE 1430 1622
Building Project:Additions to Shop and House
Type:Retail / Residential - additions & alterations
Applicant:John T. Smiles
Applicant Address:no data
Architect:Ben Stocks
Architect Address:Clare Hill, Huddersfield
Status of Project:
Approved, subject to there being no water closet bur a screened privy at the rear of the building.
Contractor:no data
Contractor Address:no data
Work Commenced:no data
Work Completed:no data
Occupants:no data
Subsequent Alterations / History:See also Deposited Plans 1182. Demolished. Site now Lidl supermarket.
English Heritage Listing:no data
Location of Archives:Kirklees West Yorkshire Archives
Buildings of Huddersfield ID:1181

Additional Information

The plans are for a three storey, three bay extension over a part cellar, on a limited site to an existing property to provide a shop on the ground floor , kitchen on the first floor, and a bedroom and dressing room on the second floor. The plans allow for a 23 foot Frontage to Manchester Road, with two large Plate glass show windows, one either side of the central doorway into the shop. The elevation is nicely detailed with well proportioned fenestration. John T. Smiles, linen draperand hosier is noted in the 1879 Huddersfield & District Directory as having premises on the east side of Manchester Road. The plans were to build next to this shop. Mr Smiles was also Sub-POstmaster , New Street receiving house. He also had premises at 20 New Street from which he operated as a draper and hosier. His residence was at No 2,South Parade - presumable linked to his existing shop at No 2, Manchester Road.

Approximate Location

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What's Nearby?

The following records are located within 100 meters:
RecordDistance (feet & meters)
Manchester Road: Tramway Car Shed and Central Depot (1883) - plan# 122973ft22m
Manchester Road: No 1689ft27m
Chapel Hill: No 6 - 2093ft28m
Manchester Road: No 1896ft29m
Manchester Road: Joiners workshop (1882) - plan# 106998ft30m
Manchester Road: Store Room / Out Building for shop (1884) - plan# 1340118ft36m
Manchester Road: New Shop and Warehouse to Existing Property (1900) - plan# 903146ft45m
Chapel Hill: No 36190ft58m
Outcote Bank: Dwelling House, 2 Up 2 Down (Brick) (1889) - plan# 1868210ft64m
Outcote Bank: Two New Cottages (brick stone and concrete) (1893) - plan# 2248210ft64m
Outcote Bank: Enlargement of Kitchen with Bathroom above (1889) - plan# 1917210ft64m
Manchester Road: No 20 - 44239ft73m
Outcote Bank: Closed Coal Place and Privey (1888) - plan# 1818249ft76m
Chapel Hill: The Grey Horse Public House263ft80m
Outcote Bank: Addition of Sitting Room and 2 Bedrooms + 3 W.Cs to Dwelling (1889) - plan# 1900264ft80m
Outcote Bank: Addition of Kitchen and Bathroom to Dwelling (1889) - plan# 1899264ft80m
Outcote Bank: New Wood Shed / Workshop (1889) - plan# 1898270ft82m
Outcote Bank: Two Cottages (1869) - plan# 33278ft85m
Outcote Bank: New Boundery Wall to Property (concrete + stone) (1889) - plan# 1930280ft85m
Manchester Road: New Kitchen and Bedroom to Dwelling (1873) - plan# 296302ft92m