Deposited Plan No. 22601

Bradley Street & Ramsden Street: Public House


Deposited Plan Number:22601
Date:3 January 1935
Plans Register:1934-1936
Street:Bradley Street & Ramsden Street
Property Name / Number:Ship Inn
District:Central Ward
Grid Reference:no data
Building Project:Public House
Type:Licenced Premises - re-building
Applicant:Tadcaster Tower Brewery Co. Ltd.
Applicant Address:Piccadilly, York
Architect:James E. Knight & Co. (Architects)
Architect Address:48, Moorgate, Rotherham
Status of Project:
Contractor:John Radcliffe & Sons Ltd.
Contractor Address:St John's Road, Huddersfield
Work Commenced:15 April 1935; drainage inspected 19 June 1935.
Work Completed:no data
Occupants:no data
Subsequent Alterations / History:Demolished
English Heritage Listing:no data
Location of Archives:Kirklees West Yorkshire Archives
Buildings of Huddersfield ID:2648

Additional Information

The plans provide for the re-building of the Ship Inn, replacing the existing structure with a two storey building in brick with stone facing, Westmoreland slate roof,concrete ground floor and part basement for cellarage.The existing Ship Inn appears to have had a traditional layout with Bar, Snug, Tap Room and Concert Room. The replacement public house was planned around a central bar from which several rooms could be served. The plan made greater use of the site which occupied the junction of Ramsden Street and Bradley Street. With no fewer than five bedrooms on the first floor, the Ship Inn provided residentail accommodation.