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City of Nottingham (Unitary Authority)
National Grid Reference:
SK 58213 39784


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SK53NE 646-1/7/558

NOTTINGHAM SNEINTON ROAD (South side) No. 62A, New Albion

(Formerly listed as Albion Night Shelter, SNEINTON ROAD)


Formerly known as: Albion United Reformed Church SNEINTON ROAD.

Former United Reformed Church. Dated 1856. Designed by architect Thomas Oliver junior of Sunderland. The contractor was Mr Smith of Woolpack Lane, and the Clerk of Works was William Booker of Nottingham. Enlarged 1904. Ashlar and red brick, with concrete tile roof. Classical style. Plinth, entablature, parapet with balustrade panels. Bays are divided by fluted Ionic pilasters. Two storeys; 3 x 5 bays. Entrance front has a pediment topped with a corniced pedestal. Tall round-arched central recess with a triple doorway. Above, an entablature and sham balustrade, and a single window. Side bays have a single window on each floor, those to the ground floor flat-headed. Returns have regular fenestration in the same style. At the rear, a lower addition, 1904, brick, two storeys, with two round-arched ground floor windows.

INTERIOR: rendered. Floor inserted at balcony level, with concrete staircase at west end. Arcades, five bays, with moulded round arches on slender cast-iron Corinthian columns. Segmental plaster vault with moulded cornice. At the east end, a moulded elliptical arch with pilasters to the similarly vaulted chancel. Aisles have stepped floors and flat ceilings with cornices. Round-arched recesses and stairs at the west ends. Ground floor, refitted as night shelter, has columns encased in concrete.

Listing NGR: SK5821339784


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

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Date: 27 Apr 2005
Reference: IOE01/13635/08
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