Survey Data

Reg No




Categories of Special Interest


Original Use

Bank/financial institution

In Use As

Bank/financial institution


1900 - 1920


167666, 72153

Date Recorded


Date Updated



Terraced three-bay four-storey bank over basement, built c. 1910, as a pair with the adjoining building to the north. Pitched slate roof with red brick chimneystack, gablet having timber bargeboards, and timber eaves corbels. Red brick walls with some continuous sills to upper floors and a band of terracotta tile cladding. Replacement uPVC windows, set in segmental-arched openings to the upper floors, with rebuilt opening to the first floor. Ground floor remodelled, c. 1996, with timber shopfront, fixed windows and rendered walls.


Built as a pair with the adjoining building to the north, these buildings are interesting examples of early twentieth-century design. Of apparent architectural design and detail, this pair make a positive and notable contribution to the streetscape. Though many original features and materials have been replaced, this building retains interesting features such as the terracotta tile cladding, timber corbels, timber bargeboards and red brick walls.