New Street: No 2 - 14


Deposited Plan Number:no data
Plans Register:no data
Street:New Street
Property Name / Number:2 - 14 (even)
Area:Town Centre, HD1 2AR
Grid Reference:SE1445816657
Building Project:No 2 - 14
Applicant:Commissioned by Sir John Ramsden
Applicant Address:no data
Architect:no data
Architect Address:no data
Status of Project:no data
Contractor:no data
Contractor Address:no data
Work Commenced:no data
Work Completed:no data
Occupants:no data
Subsequent Alterations / History:Existing, Original brick work refaced in Stucco Mid 19th Century, Grade II Listed (29 September 1978).
English Heritage Listing:1228380 — listed on 29 September 1978 (old ID: 402872)
Location of Archives:no data
Buildings of Huddersfield ID:3815

Additional Information

Built in the 1770s by Sir John Ramsden as high-quality shops in the new commercial area of the town close by the market place and cloth hall.

[Source : "The Buildings of Huddersfield", Keith Gibson & Albert Booth, page 32]

Pitched stone slate roof. 3 storeys. Modillion eaves cornice. Moulded string below 2nd floor windows. Modern shops. 12 ranges of sashes in moulded surrounds, those on 2nd floor with moulded panels in aprons.

[Extract from the Historic England web site, list entry number 1228380]


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What's Nearby?

The following records are located within 100 meters:
RecordDistance (feet & meters)
New Street: New Bank Buildings (1870) - plan# 12376ft23m
Chancery Lane: No 1480ft24m
Chancery Lane: No 13112ft34m
New Street: Rebuilding of the "Boot and Shoe Inn" (1898) - plan# 277 114ft35m
New Street: Rebuilding of the "Boot and Shoe Inn" (1898) - plan# [277)114ft35m
New Street: No 1 - 11123ft38m
New Street: New Facade to Shop (1898) - plan# 324123ft38m
New Street / Cloth Hall Street: Addition of new Managers office and W.C.s to Bank (1898) - plan# 168127ft39m
New Street: No 13128ft39m
King Street: No 5 and 7144ft44m
Market Place: No 27 (Williams' and Glynn's Bank) (1860)161ft49m
Chancery Lane: No 5 - 9166ft50m
Market Place: Market Cross (1671)170ft52m
Brooks Yard: Premises of F McShane Limited174ft53m
Market Place: No 4 and 6174ft53m
King Street: No 4205ft63m
Westgate / New Street: West Yorkshire Bank Building (1912)207ft63m
Cloth Hall Street: No 9 - 15220ft67m
New Street: No 28229ft70m
Westgate: Westgate House (1923)232ft71m
Market Place: Jubilee Memorial Fountain (1887) - plan# 1701232ft71m
King Street: No 13233ft71m
Market Street / Cloth Hall Street: White Hart Public House (1770)239ft73m
Brooks Yard: No 4252ft77m
Market Place: No 7 and 9267ft81m
Lockwood's Yard: New Entrance to the "Farmer's Boy Inn" (1880) - plan# 829267ft81m
Lockwood's Yard: Warehouse, Stables, etc (1883) - plan# 1219267ft81m
Lockwood's Yard: Alterations to the "Farmer's Boy Inn" (1883) - plan# 1201267ft81m
Market Street: No 9277ft85m
Brooks Yard: No 2280ft85m
New Street: No 29 - 35283ft86m
Kirkgate: New shop front (1886) - plan# 1567 283ft86m
Kirkgate & Market Place: Alterations to shop (1884) - plan# 1296283ft86m
Kirkgate: New shop front (1887) - plan# 1603283ft86m
Kirkgate: No 4283ft86m
Market Street: No 5 and 7294ft90m
off King Street (back of Mr Stead's Shop): Warehouse (1880) - plan# 795299ft91m
Victoria Lane & King Street: Five Shops and Offices (1878) - plan# 637304ft93m
Kirkgate: No 6307ft93m
Battye's Yard: Re building warehouse (1884) - plan# 1342310ft94m
New Street: No 34313ft96m
Kirkgate: No 8321ft98m
Kirkgate: No 10 and 12323ft98m
John William Street: No 1 - 9325ft99m