Hammond's Yard, off King Street: No 1 - 4

Details

Deposited Plan Number:no data
Date:Early 19th Century
Plans Register:no data
Street:Hammond's Yard, off King Street
Property Name / Number:1 - 4 (consec)
Area:Town Centre
District:Kirklees
Town:Huddersfield
Grid Reference:SE1468316554
Building Project:No 1 - 4
Type:no data
Applicant:no data
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:William Wilks (surgeon) was one of the leaders in the subscription to build the huddersfield infirmary (moved into Hammond's yard 1814)
Subsequent Alterations / History:Existing, Grade II Listed (29 September 1978)
English Heritage Listing:1135015 — listed on 29 September 1978 (old ID: 340069)
Location of Archives:no data
Buildings of Huddersfield ID:4007

Additional Information

Early C19. Irregular cluster of coursed rubble buildings along east side of Hammond's Yard. No 1 is 2 storey, has one range of sashes with glazing bars, door with 4 moulded panels, and very tall red brick stack. No 2 is one storey, and has one sash with glazing bars. No 3 is 2 storey, has contemporary industrial windows with glazing bars and door with 6 fielded panels to 1st floor balcony approached by wooden steps. No 4 is one storey and has sash with glazing bars. East side of courtyard is banded by a wall ramped upwards towards No 3. Contemporary stone setts and cobbles along east side and under arch.

[Extract from the Historic England web site, list entry number 1135015]

Location

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At the Same Location?

The following records are located within 10 meters:
RecordDistance (feet & meters)
Zetland Street: Alterations to Premises New shop front (1875) - plan# 45726ft8m

What's Nearby?

The following records are located within 100 meters:
RecordDistance (feet & meters)
Goldthorpes Yard, off King Street: No 1 and 1A43ft13m
King Street: No 4664ft20m
Goldthorpes Yard, off King Street: No 2 and 369ft21m
King Street: Additions to Photographic Studio (1884) - plan# 136090ft28m
King Street & Zetland Street: Waiting Room to Photographic Studio (1883) - plan# 117190ft28m
King Street & Zetland Street: Wooden Building (photographic studio) (1882) - plan# 113390ft28m
King Street & Zetland Street: Five New Shops (1900) - plan# 902103ft31m
Wormald's Yard, off King Street: No 6108ft33m
Wormald's Yard, off King Street: No 5112ft34m
Wormald's Yard, off Kings Gate: No 3120ft37m
Wormald's Yard, off King Street: No 2123ft37m
Wormald's Yard, off King Street: No 7 and 8134ft41m
Wormald's Yard, off King Street: No 1147ft45m
Zetland Street: New Stables and Dray Shed + W.C. (1894) - plan# 2348163ft50m
Queen Street: No 12 and 14183ft56m
Zetland Street: No 20187ft57m
Queen Street: Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (1819)196ft60m
Queen Street: No 6 - 10200ft61m
Queen Street: No 16 and 18209ft64m
Queen Street: No 2 and 4209ft64m
Ramsden Street: New Shed for Storing Arms and Equipment (1893) - plan# 2261214ft65m
Zetland Street: No 24215ft66m
Queen Street: Crown Court (1825)246ft75m
Clothiers' Arms Yard, Kirkgate: Conversion of Existing Building into Workshop and Store Shed + the erection of 4 WCs (1923) - plan# 13362276ft84m
Clothiers' Arms Yard, Kirkgate: 2 houses, shed etc. (1890) - plan# 2075276ft84m
Clothiers' Arms Yard, Kirkgate: Conversion of four Back to Back Houses into flats. (1912) - plan# 9988276ft84m
Queen Street: New Offices (inc demolition of old buildings) (1875) - plan# 475277ft84m
Zetland Street: Workshops (1880) - plan# 909289ft88m
Dobson's Yard, Cross Church Street: Enlargement of Shop (1878) - plan# 701292ft89m
Dobson's Yard, Cross Church Street: Conversion of cottages into stabling (1892) - plan# 2221292ft89m
Dobson's Yard, Cross Church Street: Reconversion of Stabling into 3 Cottages (1902) - plan# 1278292ft89m
Queen Street & Victoria Lane: Alterations and Additions to warehouse (1882) - plan# 1038293ft89m
Queensgate / Bradley Street: No 46294ft90m
Queen Street: No 20299ft91m
Queensgate: No 43305ft93m
Queensgate: No 45305ft93m
Queensgate: No 41305ft93m
Cross Church Street: No 42315ft96m
Queensgate: No 37318ft97m
Queen Street: No 22320ft97m
Queensgate: The College Arms Public House322ft98m