Deposited Plan No. 20328
Westgate: Additions and alterations to public house and shop premises.
|Deposited Plan Number:||20328|
|Date:||2 June 1932|
|Plans Register:||no data|
|Property Name / Number:||Swan with Two Necks also known as The Royal Swan|
|Grid Reference:||no data|
|Building Project:||Additions and alterations to public house and shop premises.|
|Type:||Licenced Premises - additions & alterations|
|Applicant:||Bentley & Shaw Ltd.|
|Applicant Address:||Lockwood Brewery|
|Architect:||Abbey & Hanson [plans received W. Rowe]|
|Architect Address:||11, Cloth Hall Street, Huddersfield|
|Status of Project:|
|Contractor:||John Radcliffe & Sons Ltd.|
|Contractor Address:||St. John's Road, Huddersfield|
|Work Commenced:||Foundations inspected 6/10/1932; Damp Course inspected 19/10/1932.|
|Work Completed:||no data|
|Subsequent Alterations / History:||The public house is now knnown as The Royal Swan|
|English Heritage Listing:||no data|
|Location of Archives:||no data|
|Buildings of Huddersfield ID:||3625|
These alterations to the existing building in Westgate were prompted by the widening of the street and the need to conform to a newly drawn improvement line, as well as to bring the property up to date. A new elevation to the street is in an Arts & Craft style.
The accommodation comprised :
Basement - beer cellar; store; wash kitchen.
Ground - refreshment rooms (including vaults, lounge, bar lounge, smoke room); w.c.s; shop premises.
First Floor - ling apartments; offices; Lodge Room.
Second Floor - 5 bedrooms; bathroom; W.C.
Modernisation of the interiors included the greater provision of w.c.s ; and a central bar serving more than one space from which the whole house could be surveyed.
There was extensive accommodation on the first floor for the landlord.
The five rooms on the second floor were for paying guests.