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Latitude: 53.7971 / 53°47'49"N
Longitude: -1.7543 / 1°45'15"W
OS Eastings: 416281
OS Northings: 433452
OS Grid: SE162334
Mapcode National: GBR JJJ.VD
Mapcode Global: WHC99.0TWF
Entry Name: Register Office
Listing Date: 14 June 1963
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1132981
English Heritage Legacy ID: 336851
Location: Bradford, BD1
Electoral Ward/Division: City
Built-Up Area: Bradford
Traditional County: Yorkshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): West Yorkshire
Church of England Parish: Cathedral Church of St Peter Bradford
Church of England Diocese: Leeds
5111 MANOR ROW BD1
SE 1633 SW 36/138 14.6.63 (Register Office)
Built as Poor Law Offices in 1877, Andrews and Pepper architects. The building
presents a well proportioned 3 bay palazzo front to Manor Row but extends well
back on a deep site with more heavily detailed elevations to the long side ranges.
Three storeys, sandstone ashlar. Rusticated plinth, horizontal grooved rustication
to ground and to quoin pilasters up to second floor where they are simply panelled.
Deeply moulded cornices over ground and first floors. Sill course at first floor
level gives the effect of an apshalt parapet. Deep modillion bracket eaves cornice
broken forward over quoin pilasters. Ripped slate roof with enriched Italianate
chimney stacks set above eaves to sides. Plain segmental arched windows on ground
floor, architrave surrounds on first floor with panelled aprons and prominent
cornice - hoods on console brackets, floral swags to friezes. The central window is
emphasised by a richly modelled aedicule surround with segmental pediment overall
breaking the first floor cornice. The second floor windows have eared architrave
surrounds. The central portal has pedestaled Cornithian columns backed by pilasters,
deeply moulded entablature. The broad spacing of the fenestration gives full value
to the quality of the wall surface. The return elevations are more crowded though
with similar details, the bays divided 4:2:2 by pilasters repeating the design of
those flanking the front. Large canted bay to first floor taking up 2 bays off
centre. The front elevation closes vista of Upper Piccadilly.
Listing NGR: SE1628133452
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