Survey Data

Reg No




Categories of Special Interest

Architectural, Artistic

Original Use

Bank/financial institution

In Use As

Bank/financial institution


1890 - 1900


167667, 72146

Date Recorded


Date Updated



Corner-sited end-of-terrace three-bay four-storey bank over basement, built c. 1895, comprising of pair of gabled bays with corner turret. Pitched slate roofs with terracotta ridge tiles and having timber bargeboards to east elevation. Octagonal spire with lead sheeting and cast-iron finial to corner turret. Red brick walls to upper floors with limestone string courses and some terracotta tile cladding. Ashlar limestone cladding to ground floor with moulded continuous sill, entablature and carved lugged door surround. Fixed timber windows to ground floor, and replacement uPVC windows to the upper floors having carved lintels. Clock to first floor, set on projecting wrought-iron bracket.


Architectural design and detail are apparent in the form and construction of this building, which make a notable contribution to the streetscape. The irregular form of this building is articulated by the ashlar and carved limestone details which were clearly executed by skilled craftsmen. The red brick and ashlar limestone add colour and textural interest to the building, making it a colourful addition to the surrounding area.