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Latitude: 51.4447 / 51°26'40"N
Longitude: 0.3716 / 0°22'17"E
OS Eastings: 564911
OS Northings: 174411
OS Grid: TQ649744
Mapcode National: GBR NMK.BS0
Mapcode Global: VHJLC.DYBD
Entry Name: St Andrew's Arts Centre
Listing Date: 3 July 1975
Last Amended: 21 December 1982
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1039109
English Heritage Legacy ID: 356417
Location: Gravesham, Kent, DA12
District Council Ward: Riverside
Traditional County: Kent
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Kent
Church of England Parish: Gravesend St George
Church of England Diocese: Rochester
In the entry for ROYAL PIER ROAD
1/35 (north side)
St Andrew's Waterside Chapel
The address shall be amended to read ROYAL PIER ROAD
St Andrew's Arts Centre
The grade shall be amended to read II
Fart 2 of the entry should be amended to read:
1870-71; GE Street architect. Built originally as a mission chapel for seamen
and known as St Andrew's Waterside Chapel. Rectangular plan. Gothic style.
Built of ragstone with Bath stone dressings. Slate roof. Former carthex at west
with lean-to roof behind a parapet; central doorway with segmental Gothic arch;
a flat-arched three-light window to each side of door. Under the west gable are
five stepped lancets; a large stone bellcote rises from the apex of the gable.
Three lancet windows in side elevation. At East end there is a three-light plate
traceried window. Inside vaulted roof lined with pine boarding with moulded ribs;
coved cornice; stained glass windows. The former mission chapel hass been converted
to an Arts Centre.
See St Andrew's Waterside Church, a Souvenir History; See E C Gunkel, St Andrew's
Gravesend, Kent County Library Local History Pamphlet No 2.
5277 ROYAL PIER ROAD
TQ 6474 SE 1/35
1870-71. G E Street architect. Built originally as a mission chapel for seamen.
Rectangular plan. Gothic style. Built of ragstone with bath dressings. Slate
roof. Marthex at (ritual) west with a lean-to roof behind a parapet. Central
doorway with segmental Gothic arch. 3-light mullion windows flank the door.
Under the west gable are 5 stepped lancets. A large stone bellcote rises from
the West gable. It is gabled and has buttressed sides and 3 cusped bell openings.
3 lancet windows at side. At (ritual) East end there is a 3-light plate tracery
St Andrew's Waterside Chapel and No 19 form a group.
Listing NGR: TQ6491174411
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