Grade II listed buildings in Manchester

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There is a large number of Grade II listed buildings in the City of Manchester, England. The majority of Manchester's listed buildings date from the Victorian (1837–1901) and Edwardian era (1901–1911), most as a consequence of the Industrial Revolution. In England and Wales the authority for listing is granted by the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 and is administered by English Heritage, an agency of the Department for Culture, Media & Sport. There are three categories of listing – Grade I, Grade II* and Grade II.

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Grade I is the highest listing category usually reserved for buildings of international stature; only 2.5% of listed buildings are Grade I. Grade II* comprises 5.5% of all listed building and are historic works worthy of special interest. The lowest and most common listing is Grade II, reserved for works which are architecturally, culturally or historically notable and warrant preservation. [1] Manchester has fifteen Grade I listed buildings and 77 Grade II* listed buildings. This list concerns Grade II buildings in Manchester, Greater Manchester, England. [2]

Grade I listed buildings in Greater Manchester Wikimedia list article

There are 48 Grade I listed buildings in Greater Manchester, England. In the United Kingdom, the term listed building refers to a building or other structure officially designated as being of special architectural, historical or cultural significance; Grade I structures are those considered to be "buildings of exceptional interest". In England, the authority for listing under the Planning Act 1990 rests with Historic England, a non-departmental public body sponsored by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport.

Greater Manchester County of England

Greater Manchester is a metropolitan county in North West England, with a population of 2.8 million. It encompasses one of the largest metropolitan areas in the United Kingdom and comprises ten metropolitan boroughs: Bolton, Bury, Oldham, Rochdale, Stockport, Tameside, Trafford, Wigan, and the cities of Manchester and Salford. Greater Manchester was created on 1 April 1974 as a result of the Local Government Act 1972; and designated a functional city region on 1 April 2011.

Buildings

NameImageCompletedArchitectLocationYear of listing & ref(s)
1 Booth Streetc.1850sUnknownBooth Street1974 [3]
8 Lower Park Roadc.1875 Alfred Waterhouse Lower Park Road, Rusholme1974 [4]
15–17 King Street 15-17 King Street, Manchester.jpg c.1920–30 Maxwell and Tuke King Street1994 [5]
29 Swan Streetc.1865UnknownSwan Street, Ancoats1989 [6]
42–44 Sackville Street 42-44 Sackville Street.jpg c. 1873 Pennington and Brigden Sackville Street1974 [7]
46–48 Brown Street (Lombard Chambers) Brook's Bank (former), 46-48 Brown Street, Manchester.jpg 1868 George Truefitt Brown Street1974 [8]
50 Newton Street 50 Newton Street Manchester.jpg c.1900Clegg & KnowlesNewton Street, Piccadilly1988 [9]
53 King Street Lloyds Bank Manchester.jpg 1912 Charles Heathcote King Street1974 [10]
55 Faulkner Street 1870Clegg & KnowlesFaulkner Street, Chinatown1994 [11]
74–78, and no 80 (The Grey Horse Public House), Portland Street Grey Horse Inn and adjacent buildings, Portland Street.jpg Probably late 18th centuryUnknownPortland Street1994 [12]
107 Piccadilly 107 Piccadilly.jpg 1899 Charles Heathcote Piccadilly1974 [13]
235–291 Deansgate 1899 UnknownDeansgate1988 [14]
Addison Terrace Addison Terrace 2015.jpg 1850Daisy Bank Road1973 [15]
Albert Hall Albert Hall, Manchester.jpg 1910 W. J. MorleyPeter Street1982 [16]
Ancoats Hospital Ancoats Hospital (3192798312).jpg 1874 Lewis and CrawcroftAncoats1974 [17]
Arkwright House Arkwright House, Manchester.jpg 1982 Harry S. FairhurstParsonage Gardens1982 [18]
Apollo Theatre Apollo3.jpg 1930 UnknownArdwick1994 [19]
Barlow Hall Barlow Hall.JPG 15th century (altered since)UnknownChorlton-cum-Hardy1974 (downgraded in 1994) [20]
Barnes Hospital Barnes Hospital (April 2008) 2.jpg 1875 Lawrence Booth Didsbury 1998 [21]
Bridgewater House Bridgewater House, Whitworth Street, Manchester.jpg 1912 Harry FairhurstWhitworth Street1994 [22]
Bus Depot and Transport Museum Museum of Transport in Manchester.jpg 1901 Queens Road, Cheetham1988 [23] [24]
Castlefield Congregational Chapel Castlefield Congregational Chapel.jpg 1858 Edward Walters Deansgate, Castlefield1988 [25]
CIS Tower CIS Tower Manchester.jpg 1962 Gordon Tait Miller Street1995 [26]
Chancellors Hotel & Conference Centre (The Firs) Chcc blue sky.jpg 1851 Edward Walters Fallowfield1974 [27]
Chancellors Hotel & Conference Centre (The Firs Gate Lodge) 1851 Edward Walters Fallowfield1974 [28]
Cooperative PressLate 19th centuryUnknownNaples Street, Ancoats1994 [29]
Corn Exchange Exchange Square by night - geograph.org.uk - 336845.jpg 1903 UnknownExchange Square1973 [30]
Canada House, Manchester Canada House, Manchester.jpg 1905 Chepstow Street1988 [31]
Dalton Ellis Hall Dalton Ellis 2.jpg 1882 G. T. RedmayneConygham Road1974 [32]
Derros Building 1899 William Sharpe Great Ancoats Street 1998 [33]
Former Newton Street Police Station Greater Manchester Police Museum.jpg Newton Street1974 [34] [35]
Greenhayes Centre 1896 UnknownMoss Side1994 [36]
Hanover Building Hanover Building, Manchester.jpg 1909 F.E.L HarrisCorporation Street1988 [37]
Holyoake House Holyoake House, Manchester.jpg 1911 F.E.L HarrisDantzic Street1988 [38]
National and Provincial Building Societyc.1910C. R. CockerellKing Street1974 [39]
New Century House New Century Hall.jpg 1962 G. S. Hay & Gordon Tait Miller Street1995 [40]
Manchester Deansgate railway station Knott Mill Station - geograph.org.uk - 1447337.jpg 1896 Unknown1998 [41]
Manchester Opera House Manchester Opera House 1.jpg 1912 Richardson and Gill with Farquarson Quay Street 1974 [42]
Manchester Oxford Road railway station Oxford Road timber roof.jpg 1960 W. R. Headley and Max GlendinningOxford Road1995 [43]
Manchester Piccadilly station Store Street train shed Manchester Piccadilly platforms 1 to 3 shed.jpg 1881 UnknownPiccadilly1994 [44]
Manchester Victoria station Manchester Victoria station 19-10-2009 12-11-47kopie.jpg 1844 UnknownHunts Bank1988 [45]
Palace Theatre The Palace Theatre, Oxford Road - geograph.org.uk - 1223578.jpg 1891 Alfred Derbyshire and F.Bennett SmithOxford Street1977 [46]
Queen's Brewery 1861 Greatorex BrothersMoss Lane West1994 [47]
The Ritz Ritzmanchester.JPG 1927 UnknownWhitworth Street1994 [48]
Royal Exchange 2004-10-09 Royal Exchange.jpg 1921 Bradshaw, Gass & Hope Cross Street1974 [49]
Redfern Building Redfern Building, Manchester.jpg 1936 W. A. Johnson and J. W. CooperDantzic Street1994 [50]
Sackville Street Building UMIST Sackville Street Building.jpg 1912 Spalding and CrossSackville Street1974 [51]
St. James Buildings
St James's Building.jpg
1912 Clegg, Fryer & Penman65–95 Oxford Street1988 [52]
St Mary's Hospital
St-Marys-Hospital-Manchester-1.JPG
1909 John ElyWilmslow Road1994 [53]
Samuel Alexander Building 1919 Percy Scott WorthingtonOxford Road2010 [54]
Ship Canal House Ship Canal House.jpg 1927 Harry S. FairhurstKing Street1982 [55]
Smithfield Market Hall Smithfield Market Hall, Manchester.jpg 1858 Isaac HoldenSwan Street, Ancoats1973 [56]
Strangeways Gaol Gatehouse Strangeways Prison.jpg 1868 Alfred WaterhouseSherborne Street1974 [57]
St Luke's Church, Manchester 1839 T. W. Atkinson Corner of Cheetham Hill Road/Smedley Lane, Cheetham Hill 1974
Strangeways Prison ventilation and watch tower Strangeways watchtower.jpg 1868 Alfred WaterhouseSherborne Street1974 [58]
Theatre Royal Theatre Royal front facade, Manchester.jpg 1845 Irwin and ChesterPeter Street1974 [59]
Toast Rack Fallowfield campus, Manchester Metropolitan University.jpg 1960 L. C. HowittFallowfield1999 [60]
Victoria and Albert Warehousesc. 1838UnknownWater Street1974 [61] [62]
The Old Wellington Inn 2003-07-13 - Manchester 06.jpg Mid-16th centuryUnknownShambles Square1952 [63]
Whitworth Park Mansionsc.1840sUnknownWhitworth Park1974 [64]

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  4. Historic England. "8 Lower Park Road  (Grade II) (1197923)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 1 February 2017.
  5. Historic England. "Former Jaeger shop  (Grade II) (1282983)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 2 February 2017.
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  10. Historic England. "Lloyds Bank  (Grade II) (1291610)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 1 February 2017.
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  28. Historic England. "Lodge of The Firs, with attached gateway  (Grade II) (1254834)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 1 February 2017.
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  43. Historic England. "Manchester Oxford Road station (including platform structures)  (Grade II) (1255053)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 2 February 2017.
  44. Historic England. "Train shed at Manchester Piccadilly station  (Grade II) (1283014)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 2 February 2017.
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  57. Historic England. "Gatehouse of HMP Manchester  (Grade II) (1254670)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 2 February 2017.
  58. Historic England. "The Tower of HMP Manchester  (Grade II) (1254672)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 2 February 2017.
  59. Historic England. "Royale Club  (Grade II) (1255052)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 2 February 2017.
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