Deposited Plan No. 169

High Street: Additions to Eddison's Estate Agents, Auction Mart, Offices, Etc

Details

Deposited Plan Number:169
Date:13 July 1871
Plans Register:1869-1886
Street:High Street
Property Name / Number:Eddison's Estate Agents, No 4 & 6
Area:Town Centre
District:Central Ward
Town:Huddersfield
Grid Reference:SE 1440 1650
Building Project:Additions to Eddison's Estate Agents, Auction Mart, Offices, Etc
Type:Commercial
Applicant:Eddison & Taylor
Applicant Address:no data
Architect:William Cocking
Architect Address:no data
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:Existing, Eddison's building listed Grade II
English Heritage Listing:no data
Location of Archives:Kirklees West Yorkshire Archives
Buildings of Huddersfield ID:169

Additional Information

Plans deposited: 4 sheets ground plan, basement plan, first floor plan, elevation to High Street (high quality should be copied!)

Approximate Location

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The red marker indicates the approximate location of this record. Green and yellow dots are locations of other geotagged records, where yellow means the building was subsequently demolished.

At the Same Location?

The following records are located within 10 meters:
RecordDistance (feet & meters)
High Street: Addition of Shed to Rear of Eddisons Estate Agents (1897) - plan# 252833ft10m

What's Nearby?

The following records are located within 100 meters:
RecordDistance (feet & meters)
Union Bank Yard, off New Street: No 344ft13m
High street: No 4 - 6 (Eddison's Estate Agents) (1860)51ft16m
New Street: No 58A56ft17m
New Street: No 5656ft17m
New Street: No 5260ft18m
Union Bank Yard, off New Street: No 1 and 275ft23m
New Street: Commercial Hotel91ft28m
Imperial Arcade: Addition of New Shop to Imperial Arcade (1896) - plan# 2460104ft32m
Imperial Arcade, off New Street: Imperial Court 1 - 4112ft34m
Union Bank Yard, off New Street: No 6 and 7112ft34m
New Street: No 42 - 48125ft38m
New Street: New Shop Fronts (Plate Glass and Mahogany) (1900) - plan# 809135ft41m
New Street: New Shop Fronts and Alterations to Conviniences (1899) - plan# 626135ft41m
New Street: Additions to Shops and Offices (1878) - plan# 663135ft41m
New Street: Alterations to Music Shop (1900) - plan# 964146ft45m
New Street: No 61164ft50m
Ramsden Street: Temporary Shop (1871) - plan# 192164ft50m
New Street / Ramsden Street: Prudential Assurance Offices (brick and tera-cota) (1899) - plan# 476166ft51m
High Street: Store Room etc (1875) - plan# 399167ft51m
New Street: Bank Extension185ft56m
High Street: Five Privies, Two Urinals and 2 Ash Stores (Brick and Stone) (1890) - plan# 2058199ft61m
New Street: Conversion of Part of the Imperial Hotel into Shop (1909) - plan# 6064212ft65m
New Street: Alteration at Imperial Hotel (1886) - plan# 1558212ft65m
New Street: Yorkshire Bank (1850)214ft65m
New Street: No 34235ft72m
Ramsden Street: Addition of Verandah to Premises (Cast iron and Glass) (1897) - plan# 2545236ft72m
Ramsden Street: Business Premises / Shop (Stone) (1895) - plan# 2424236ft72m
Victoria Lane & Albert Yard: Shops, Offices etc. (1878) - plan# 671262ft80m
Albert Yard: Alteration of Coal Places (1880) - plan# 792262ft80m
Ramsden Street: Shop and Billiard Room Etc. (1877) - plan# 614293ft89m
Ramsden Street: Two Privies in Yard of Club (1878) - plan# 699293ft89m
Ramsden Street: Billiard Room, Cloak Room and Lavatory (1877) - plan# 603293ft89m
Albion Street: New Warehouse to Rear of Existing Building (1897) - plan# 2521297ft91m
Imperial Hotel Yard, Victoria Lane: Conversion of Coach House into a Cottage (1879) - plan# 736299ft91m
Albion Street: Temporary workshops (1883) - plan# 1225302ft92m
New Street: No 28319ft97m
Albert Yard, off New New Street: Alteration of present Albert Hotel into shop etc. (1880) - plan# 813323ft98m
Albert Yard: Conversion of late Albert Hotel into Building Offices (1880) - plan# 832323ft98m

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