New North Road: St. Patrick's Church

Details

Deposited Plan Number:no data
Date:1832
Plans Register:no data
Street:New North Road
Property Name / Number:St Patricks Roman Catholic
Area:Highfield, HD1 5JY
District:Kirklees
Town:Huddersfield
Grid Reference:SE1411516961
Building Project:St. Patrick's Church
Type:Church
Applicant:Rev. Thomas Keily [organised the building of the St. Patrick's]
Applicant Address:no data
Architect:John Child
Architect Address:Leeds
Status of Project:no data
Contractor:Joseph Kaye
Contractor Address:Buxton Road, Huddersfield
Work Commenced:no data
Work Completed:no data
Occupants:n/a
Subsequent Alterations / History:Existing, 20th C Perpendicular one-storey exonarthox, Grade II Listed (3 March 1952)
English Heritage Listing:1279327 — listed on 3 March 1952 (old ID: 403698)
Location of Archives:no data
Buildings of Huddersfield ID:3852

Additional Information

1832. Ashlar. Pitched slate roof. Coped gable end. 2 octagonal turrets with conical cpas and foliate finials on west front. Diagonal buttresses with crocketed pinnacles at corners. 5 ranges of untraceried chamfered lancets, separated by shallow buttresses to aisles. West front has 2 untraceried chamfered lancets to aisles, and 3-light west window with Perpendicular tracery. C20

Perpendicular one-storey exonarthox.

Interior: Shallow ribbed apse, with triple lancet. Quadripartite rib vaults on foliate corbels: ridge rib. Gallery at west end on clustered columns.

(Extract from English Heritage listed buildings service, record number 403698) http://lbonline.english-heritage.org.uk/BuildingDetailsForm.aspx?id=403698&search=y

St Patricks was built by public subscription through the initiative of the Revd Thomas Keily

DWARF WALL IN FRONT OF NUMBERS 30 32 34 AND ST PATRICKS ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH Also Grade II Listed (Ref No 403699)

Location

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What's Nearby?

The following records are located within 100 meters:
RecordDistance (feet & meters)
New North Road: Addition of Vestry and Bedroom (1885) - plan# 142557ft17m
New North Road: Addition of Covered Way Between Presbyteries (1879) - plan# 256961ft19m
New North Road: St. Patrick's Presbytery 74ft23m
New North Road: No 40 75ft23m
New North Road: Addition of new Class Rooms (1885) - plan# 143387ft26m
New North Road: No 32 109ft33m
New North Road: No 42 114ft35m
New North Road: No 30 129ft39m
Fitzwilliam Street: No 87149ft45m
Fitzwilliam Street: No 83 and 85 175ft53m
Little Brunzwick Street: Addition of Scullery and W.C (1894) - plan# 2371195ft59m
Brunswick Place, off New North Road: Substitution of Water Closets for existing Privies (1877) - plan# 596218ft66m
New North Road: Statue of King Edward VII 227ft69m
Brunswick Street: Dentist's workshop (1895) - plan# 2425230ft70m
New North Road: Addition of Stable, Carrage House, Waiting Room, Scullery and W.C. to House (1898) - plan# 200230ft70m
New North Road: Conversion of Houses into Nursing Home (1900) - plan# 939236ft72m
New North Road: Additions to house including Coal Store , New Back Entrance and W.C. (1896) - plan# 2502 248ft76m
New North Road: Addition of Surgery to rear of House (1893) - plan# 2275248ft76m
New North Road: Addition of Store Room with Bedroom Above (1887) - plan# 1624248ft76m
New North Road: New Bathroom, Waiting Room and Coal Cellar (1892) - plan# 2204248ft76m
New North Road: Additions to Turkish Baths (1877) - plan# 556252ft77m
New North Road: Addition of W.C. and Lavatory (1888) - plan# 1843269ft82m
New North Road: Addition of Temporary Wooden Surgery to back of No 26 (1889) - plan# 1895 269ft82m
Fitzwilliam Street: No 91280ft85m
New North Road: Addition of Medical Baths to Infirmary (1875) - plan# 391297ft90m
New North Road: Lavatories and Bathrooms etc (1894) - plan# 2369316ft96m

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