New North Road: Huddersfield Technical College:


Deposited Plan Number:no data
Plans Register:no data
Street:New North Road
Property Name / Number:Huddersfield Technical College: (formerly listed as Newsome County Secondary school)
Area:Highfield, HD1 5NN
Grid Reference:SE1389017166
Building Project:Huddersfield Technical College:
Applicant:no data
Applicant Address:no data
Architect:J.P. Pritchett
Architect Address:York
Status of Project:no data
Contractor:no data
Contractor Address:no data
Work Commenced:1838
Work Completed:1839
Occupants:no data
Subsequent Alterations / History:Existing, Grade II Listed (15 February 1974)
English Heritage Listing:1279306 — listed on 15 February 1974 (old ID: 403703)
Location of Archives:no data
Buildings of Huddersfield ID:3856


Additional Information

1838-9. Architect: J P Pritchett of York. Formerly Huddersfield College, whose best known pupil was H H Asquith. Ashlar. Hipped slate roof. 2 storeys.

Crenellated parapet. Corner turrets. Symmetrically composed around a central

3-storey hall, in manner of Wollaton, or Inverary Castle. Front has short projecting central wing with gabled end: door with 4 moulded panels, in 4-centred arch, with side-lights, whose enclosed in traceried frame with crenellated top. 4-centred arched window with 3 lights, intersecting tracery and hoodmould.

Two 2-light and one 3-light stone mullioned windows on both floors either side: those on 1st floor with arched heads to each light, and hoodmoulds. Hall has five 2-light arched windows on each side: parapet crow-stepped in centre.

Rear has open arcade on ground floor, with pointed arches and chamfered jambs.

(Extract from English Heritage listed buildings service, record number 403703)


Also see record for plan no 173


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At the Same Location?

The following records are located within 10 meters:
RecordDistance (feet & meters)
New North Road: New Out Offices (Girls W.Cs) (1894) - plan# 232913ft4m
New North Road: Alteration of privies to Six W.Cs, Urinals (1871) - plan# 17319ft6m

What's Nearby?

The following records are located within 100 meters:
RecordDistance (feet & meters)
New North Road: No 52 - 60 102ft31m
Belgrave Terrace / New North Road: New Bathroom to Rear of No 56 (1890) - plan# 2062102ft31m
Highfield Road: No 3145ft44m
New North Road / Highfields Road: Reformed Church (1844)152ft46m
New North Road: No 59161ft49m
New North Road: Addition Scullery to Villa (1900) - plan# 999164ft50m
New North Road: Additions + Alterations to Villa (2 Bay windows) (1900) - plan# 911164ft50m
New North Road: No 63 and 65 175ft53m
New North Road: Addition of Kitchen, Lavatory and W.C. to Belgrave House (1896) - plan# 2459200ft61m
New North Road: No 55 and 57 210ft64m
Belgrave Terrace: No 12215ft66m
New North Road: Raising Present Stable and Coal House One Story for Dormitory (1877) - plan# 567220ft67m
New North Road: No 68 229ft70m
Belgrave Terrace: New Front to Dwelling House (1871) - plan# 172229ft70m
New North Road: Villa Residence (1870) - plan# 91229ft70m
Belgrave Terrace: No 10232ft71m
New North Road: Dormitories with conservatory (1873) - plan# 295244ft74m
Mountjoy Road: New Church247ft75m
New North Road: No 53251ft77m
Belgrave Terrace: No 8255ft78m
New North Road: Conservatory (1878) - plan# 625 264ft81m
Belgrave Terrace: No 6 - plan# 172275ft84m
New North Road: Sherwood House 276ft84m
Belmont Street: No 1277ft85m
Belgrave Terrace: Addition of Kitchens and Bathrooms to 2 houses (1895) - plan# 2406287ft87m
New North Road: Additions to Sherwood House and Potting Shed (1883) - plan# 1200287ft88m
Belgrave Terrace / Highfield Road: No 4 299ft91m
New North Road: Twin Trees 300ft91m