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BRADFORD TRADESMENS HOMES AND CHAPEL

List Entry Summary

This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

Name: BRADFORD TRADESMENS HOMES AND CHAPEL

List entry Number: 1133047

Location

BRADFORD TRADESMENS HOMES AND CHAPEL, 1-43, HEATON ROAD
BRADFORD TRADESMENS HOMES AND CHAPEL, 1-43, LILY CROFT

The building may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

County:

District: Bradford

District Type: Metropolitan Authority

Parish:

National Park: Not applicable to this List entry.

Grade: II

Date first listed: 01-Sep-1977

Date of most recent amendment: 09-Aug-1983

Legacy System Information

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Legacy System: LBS

UID: 336726

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List entry Description

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History

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Details

1. 5111 LILY CROFT Heaton Road (off) Manningham BD8

Bradford Tradesmens Homes (Nos 1 to 43 (consec) and Chapel) (formerly listed under Heaton Road) SE 1434 NE 27/722 SE 1434 SE 30/722 1.9.77

II

2. A cul-de-sac off Heaton Road. 1867 and 1878 almshouses ranged around 4 sides of a rectangular green. Three almshouses were subscribed to Sir Titus Salt, S C Lister, Isaac Holden amongst the principal Bradford area mill owners and industrialists. Foundation stone of north range and return wings laid by Sir T Salt in 1867. Single storey and attic, sandstone "brick" with ashlar dressings. Designed in a simplified High Victorian Gothic by the Milnes and France partnership. Steeply pitched Welsh slate roof with decorative ridge tiles. Large ashlar chimney stacks on ridge. Overhanging eaves on wood brackets. One window front with hipped gables to half dormers. Shaped stepped heads to windows. Chamfered pointed arch doorways with fanlights. In the centre of the north range is a small chapel with a projecting canted front and crowning clock turret. Shafted doorway with lunette and wing from arch a 2 light colonetted window contained in gable. The 2 stone lamas flanking the entrance come from Sir T Salt's home. The chapel windows have reset German stained glass. The north range is linked to wing ranges by pointed arch gateways. The south range of almshouses was added in 1878. Similar detail but with central and end houses breaking forward with gabled fronts containing canted bay windows with paired first floor windows surmounted by blind pointed lunettes with quatrefoils. The central gable has a tiled inscription with the date 1878.

Listing NGR: SE1468434452

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National Grid Reference: SE 14684 34452

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