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10-Feb-1969 07/00092/II 000416 2/80 II gv BOWTHORPE
Address:  Richard Young Memorial The Park Lynn Road Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546501 Northing:  310061 UPRN:  010012123485
Description:  Memorial to William Young, LYNN ROAD
Detailed Description:  Memorial to Richard Young (b 1809, d 1871), the greatest Wisbech ship owner. Erected 1872 and restored after gale damage 1883. Designed by J Wallis Chapman of London. Pink granite, sandstone dressings. Column with free Corinthian capital and finial with trefoiled panels surmounted by an urn. Square plinth with corner buttresses. Inscribed, Memorial to Richard Young.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00089/II 000413 6/77 II gv BOWTHORPE
Address:  The Robert Hall Centre Lynn Road Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 3DJ
Easting:  546343 Northing:  309982 UPRN:  200002987575
Description:  St Augustines National Day and Sunday School, LYNN ROAD
Detailed Description:  School, built in 1874. Architect, Mr. Bassett Smith. Gothic style. Foundation stone laid by Rev John Scott, vicar of Wisbech and brother of Gilbert Scott. Yellow Gault brick with red brick banding and decoration. Multigabled, plain tiled roofs with patterned ridge tiles. One storey. Large, three lancet light windows in each gable with trefoiled spandrels. Gabled entrance to east with two centred doorway and boarded double doors.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00090/II   2/78 6/78 II   BOWTHORPE
Address:  St Augustines Church Lynn Road Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 3AH
Easting:  546387 Northing:  309998 UPRN:  200002761381
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31-Oct-1983 07/00091/II 000415 2/79 II gv BOWTHORPE
Address:  St Augustines Vicarage Lynn Road Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 3DL
Easting:  546425 Northing:  310016 UPRN:  100090081699
Description:  The Vicarage, LYNN ROAD
Detailed Description:  Vicarage built c1869 as part of the Park development scheme with St Augustines Church. Architect, Mr. Bassett-Smith. Yellow Gault brick with red brick banding and decoration. Plain tile roof with patterned ridge tiles. Two storeys and attics. Multigabled, Gothic style. Single light or paired light windows with trefoiled stone arches. Staircase window with transom. Entrance facing west in two centred stone arch with half glazed, panelled door. Bay window to left hand of four lights with slate roof.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00094/II 000417 2/81 II gv BOWTHORPE
Address:  Band Stand Wisbech Park Lynn Road Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546522 Northing:  310014 UPRN:  010034161875
Description:  Band Stand (situated in the park), LYNN ROAD
Detailed Description:  Band stand c1867. Hexagonal plan with raised dais and iron columns supporting tented, lead covered roof with shaped finial. Railings to enclosure.

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05-Jul-1950 07/00406/I 000107 7/109 I n/a CHATTERIS
Address:  Church Of St Peter And St Paul Market Hill Chatteris Cambridgeshire
Easting:  539464 Northing:  286078 UPRN:  010012123338
Description:  Church of Sts Peter and Paul, MARKET HILL
Detailed Description:  C14 West Tower, nave, aisles and chancel. Repaired and altered 1910. Coursed rubblestone with Barnack stone dressings. West Tower of three stages with restored stepped battlements, small leaded spire and diagonal buttressing. Newel stair with two quatrefoil cusp openings at south east angle. String courses between stages. West door with continuous moulding and jambshafts with moulded bases to two centred arch and label. First stage with lancet window. Two trefoil openings in two centred arch with label and stops to each facet of belfry stage. Interior of tower has large, plain two centred arch to blind openings in north and south walls. East wall with similar arch and doorway with deep mouldings and jamb shafts with moulded capitals and bases. Label with one head stop. Above the doorway in a C15 niche with trefoil head and flanking square shafts, diagonally set, with pinnacles. Stoop recess to right hand of doorway. Plain tiled roof to nave with parapet to gable end. Clere storey with six circa 1910 windows of two cinquefoil lights in two centred heads with moulded labels. Aisles widened and extended in 1910 to flank chancel. Leaded roofs. South aisle with eight, two stage buttresses and five, two light windows with cinquefoil heads. Four centred arches with labels, two with original head stops. East end of south aisle has two C14 trefoil light windows in two centred heads and one circa1910 three cinquefoil light window with vertical tracery in four centred head. Two porches to south aisle. One to south-west. C15with diagonal buttressing. Pedimented gable end with moulding coping. One to south-east circa 1910. Pedimented gable end. Four centred, moulded stone arch to entry. Chancel roof of plain tiles with parapet to gable end. Circa 1910 east window of five cinquefoil with flowing tracery in two centred head. North aisle with four circa 1910 three light windows with cinquefoil heads. Four centred heads and label. One C14 three cinquefoil window in four centred head with label with head stops to west end of north aisle. Interior of nave now of six bays, one to east added circa1910. Octagonal columns with moulded capitals and bases. Two centred arches to two orders with labels with head terminations, some original. C14 chancel arch, re-erected circa 1910. Two centred arch with label and two moulded orders with rounded responds with embattled capitals and moulded bases. Upper and lower doorways to rood stair restored. C14 font, plain octagon and shaft.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00308/II 000605 8/265 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  19 Victoria Road Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 2QL
Easting:  546382 Northing:  309122 UPRN:  100090086106
Description:  No 19, VICTORIA ROAD
Detailed Description:  House, early C19. Local amber brick withreddened gauged brick arches to windows. Three storeys, twobays. Two recessed first and second floor twelve paned hung sashwindows in cambered arches. Blind window above door to left hand.Modern door in round headed brick arch with original patternedfanlight.

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12-Nov-1981 07/00332/II 000030 7/14 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  19 East Park Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6LH
Easting:  539426 Northing:  285742 UPRN:  200001512240
Description:  No 19, EAST PARK STREET
Detailed Description:  Early C18 cottage. One storey and attic. Red local brick, red pantiled roof, and central stack. Two gable dormers with horizontal sliding sash windows with glazing bars. Doors to right and left hand in segmental arches. Two horizontal sliding sash windows with single glazing bars in segmental arches at ground floor. Single storey brick and pantile range to left hand.

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22-Feb-1982 07/00789/II 000106 7/61 II 20 CHATTERIS
Address:  First Floor Flat 20 Market Hill Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BA
Easting:  539385 Northing:  286062 UPRN:  100091517691
Description:  Nos 20 and 20A, MARKET HILL
Detailed Description:  LIST DESCRIP

Late C17 house, now shop. Timber framed with herringbone pattern brick infill in rear wall. Rough cast rendered. Slate roof with Gault brick, end stacks. Two storeys. Two gabled dormers with later casements. First floor has two modern casements and one C19 casement with ovolo mullion. Central projecting bay over flat canopy with cornice and carved frieze. Raised and fielded panelling to soffit. Modern shop windows to ground floor.

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23-Feb-1983 07/00335/II 000033 7/17 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  11 High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BE
Easting:  539405 Northing:  286116 UPRN:  100091609537
Description:  Nos. 11 and 13, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Late C18 former farmhouse. Colourwashed brick, with red brick to part of rear wing. Plain tile roof with tumbled parapet gables and sawtooth eaves cornice. Ridge stack. Two storeys. Cambered arches to range of four hung sashes with glazing bars in moulded architraves at first floor. Later door to left hand with rectangular fanlight in cambered arch. Late C19 shop to right hand with part of architrave intact. One bracket with lionshead boss enrichment.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00316/II 000001 7/1 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  Kent House Black Horse Lane Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6RB
Easting:  539106 Northing:  286747 UPRN:  100091647242
Description:  Kent House, BLACK HORSE LANE
Detailed Description:  Dated 1789 on plaque. House of two storeys and attics. Yellow local brick with red brick quoins and dressings to windows. Red pantiled roof. Five gabled dormers, end stacks. Sawtooth eaves cornice. Symmetrical range of six windows at first and ground floors all with modern casements. Central blind window above central doorway with modern four panelled door. Original outshut to right hand. Interior: Two large inglenook hearths with pine mantel beams. Built by the parish as a workhouse from bricks made of clay from the Slade and fired locally.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00319/II 000012 7/3 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  16 Church Lane Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6JA
Easting:  539517 Northing:  286017 UPRN:  100090060685
Description:  No 16, CHURCH LANE
Detailed Description:  Early C19 house. Gault brick. Modern tile roof with dentil eaves cornice. End stacks. Two storeys. First floor with two hung sashes with glazing bars on either side of smaller hung sash with margin lights in semi circular headed arch. Ground floor with three similar, larger hung sashes and two doors each with two raised and fielded and two flush panels in moulded architraves.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00320/II 000015 7/4 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  19 Clare Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6EJ
Easting:  538762 Northing:  285825 UPRN:  100091517416
Description:  No 19 (formerly Anchor PUBLIC HOUSE), CLARE STREET
Detailed Description:  Late C18 house. Two storeys. Local brick, red pantiles. Tumbled parapet gables, end stacks. Two first floor hung sash windows in moulded architraves. Segmental arches to two larger hung sash windows at ground floor, flanking central doorway with segmental arch and moulded architrave.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00321/II 000018 7/5 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  Emmanuel Church East Park Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6LD
Easting:  539387 Northing:  285913 UPRN:  010012124394
Description:  United Reformed Church, EAST PARK STREET
Detailed Description:  Nonconformist chapel, inscribed, Erected1838 on plaque. Gable end to road. Gault brick with Barnack stone dressings. Slate roof. Pedimented gable end with finial and ball pendant. Sawtooth eaves cornice. Road elevation has canted corners with two stage buttresses to each angle terminating in blunt pinnacles. First floor range of two fixed light windows with glazing bars intersecting at heads flanking similar three light window in Gothic arches with moulded labels and stops. Ground floor with similar windows in square headed arches with moulded labels and stops. Side entry.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00322/II 000019 7/6 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  4 East Park Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6LD
Easting:  539407 Northing:  285914 UPRN:  100090060864
Description:  Nos. 4, 6, and 8, EAST PARK STREET
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 row of three houses and shops. Gault brick. Hipped, slate roof of shallow pitch. Octagonal end stacks. Two storeys. Range of three hung sashes in flat arches to first floor. No 4, with double fronted shop window, originally bowed, in moulded architrave. Central shop door with glazed upper half with glazing bars and rectangular fanlight. No 6, with smaller shopfront and door to right hand in moulded architrave. No 8, with four panelled door with fanlight with glazing bars in semi circular headed arch.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00323/II 000019 7/6 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  6 East Park Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6LD
Easting:  539409 Northing:  285911 UPRN:  100090060865
Description:  Nos. 4, 6, and 8, EAST PARK STREET
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 row of three houses and shops. Gault brick. Hipped, slate roof of shallow pitch. Octagonal end stacks. Two storeys. Range of three hung sashes in flat arches to first floor. No 4, with double fronted shop window, originally bowed, in moulded architrave. Central shop door with glazed upper half with glazing bars and rectangular fanlight. No 6, with smaller shopfront and door to right hand in moulded architrave. No 8, with four panelled door with fanlight with glazing bars in semi circular headed arch.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00324/II 000019 7/6 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  8 East Park Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6LD
Easting:  539410 Northing:  285907 UPRN:  100090060867
Description:  Nos. 4, 6, and 8, EAST PARK STREET
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 row of three houses and shops. Gault brick. Hipped, slate roof of shallow pitch. Octagonal end stacks. Two storeys. Range of three hung sashes in flat arches to first floor. No 4, with double fronted shop window, originally bowed, in moulded architrave. Central shop door with glazed upper half with glazing bars and rectangular fanlight. No 6, with smaller shopfront and door to right hand in moulded architrave. No 8, with four panelled door with fanlight with glazing bars in semi circular headed arch.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00325/II 000020 7/7 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  10 East Park Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6LD
Easting:  539413 Northing:  285902 UPRN:  010034161476
Description:  No 10, EAST PARK STREET
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 house. Gault brick. Hipped, slate roof of shallow pitch. Octagonal end stacks. Two storeys. Flat arches to two hung sashes with margin lights to first floor and three similar windows to ground floor. Side entry.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00326/II 000021 7/8 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  12 East Park Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6LD
Easting:  539416 Northing:  285892 UPRN:  100091517686
Description:  Nos. 12A and 12C, EAST PARK STREET
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 house and shop. Gault brick. Hipped, modern tile roof. Two storeys. Flat, red brick arches to one blind opening and two hung sashes with glazing bars to first floor. Carriageway to left hand. Double fronted shop with pilastered architrave supporting plain entablature with ramped frieze. Central doorway.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00327/II 000022 7/9 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  14 East Park Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6LD
Easting:  539415 Northing:  285882 UPRN:  100091517708
Description:  No 14, EAST PARK STREET
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 house and shop. Gault brick. Slate roof with dentil eaves cornice. Two storeys. Two hung sashes in rusticated architraves with voussoirs projecting key blocks at first floor. Carriageway to left hand with panelled wood lintel. One small oriel window with two fixed lights and hipped roof. Side entry.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00328/II 000024 7/10 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  The Gables Residential Home 1 East Park Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6LA
Easting:  539434 Northing:  285943 UPRN:  100090060862
Description:  No 1, EAST PARK STREET
Detailed Description:  Late C18 L-plan house. Gault brick with redbrick details to doors and windows. Plain tiled roof with dentil eaves cornice and tumbled parapet gables. End stacks. Two storeys. Three window range of hung sashes with margin lights in cambered arches. Central door with two glazed upper panels and rectangular fanlight. Late C18 wing to right hand. Gault brick. Plain tiled roof. One similar hung sash to first floor. Single storey wing to right hand. Red brick, rendered. Modern shop front.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00329/II 000027 7/12 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  7 East Park Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6LA
Easting:  539454 Northing:  285894 UPRN:  100090060866
Description:  No 7, EAST PARK STREET,
Detailed Description:  Early C19 house. Gault brick. Slate roof. Two storeys and attics. One dormer with horizontal sliding sash with glazing bars. Two similar windows to first floor in cambered arches. Central doorway with moulded architrave in cambered arch.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00330/II 000025 7/11 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  3 East Park Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6LA
Easting:  539444 Northing:  285910 UPRN:  100091517683
Description:  No 3, EAST PARK STREET
Detailed Description:  Early and late C18 cottage with gable end to road. Brick, rendered. Pantiled roof with parapet gables and sawtooth eaves cornice. Ridge stack. One storey and attics. Side elevation with three gable dormers with modern casements. Ground floor with four modern casements, two C18 panelled doors and oneC19 panelled door. Gable end with two C19 hung sashes with margin lights. C19. Weatherboarded workshop at rear. Pantiled. Two storeys. Large first floor window with vertical glazing bars.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00331/II 000028 7/13 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  9 East Park Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6LA
Easting:  539460 Northing:  285890 UPRN:  100090060868
Description:  No 9, EAST PARK STREET
Detailed Description:  Early C19 house. Gault brick. L-plan. Pantiled roof, hipped at angle. Internal stack with moulded capping. Two storeys. Three late casements with original mullions and architraves at first floor. Brick dripmoulds with stops to two similar windows at ground floor. Central doorway.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00333/II 000031 7/15 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  1 High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BE
Easting:  539410 Northing:  286084 UPRN:  100090061417
Description:  No 1, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  House dated 1762 on plaque to right hand gable end. Narrow, Gault brick. Later, part fishscale patterned tiled roof with parapet gables and crested ridge tiles. End stacks. Two storeys and attics. Two hipped dormers. Symmetrical three window range of hung sashes with glazing bars with moulded architraves in cambered arches. Door with four raised and fielded panels and two glazed upper lights in shouldered architrave. Flat door canopy with small metal brackets.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00334/II 000032 7/16 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  3 High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BE
Easting:  539406 Northing:  286093 UPRN:  100091191799
Description:  No 3, HIGH STREET,
Detailed Description:  Circa 1830 house. Gault brick. Slate roof with end stacks. Two storeys. Cambered arches to two hung sashes with glazing bars on either side of central, flat roofed, canted oriel window with similar sashes. Central, reeded doorcase with boss enrichments. Door of four raised and fielded and two flush panels. Semi circular headed fanlight. Mid C19 double fronted shop with central doorway to right hand. Architrave with pilasters and plain entablature.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00336/II 000033 7/17 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  13 High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BE
Easting:  539398 Northing:  286121 UPRN:  100090061421
Description:  Nos. 11 and 13, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Late C18 former farmhouse. Colourwashed brick, with red brick to part of rear wing. Plain tile roof with tumbled parapet gables and sawtooth eaves cornice. Ridge stack. Two storeys. Cambered arches to range of four hung sashes with glazing bars in moulded architraves at first floor. Later door to left hand with rectangular fanlight in cambered arch. Late C19 shop to right hand with part of architrave intact. One bracket with lionshead boss enrichment.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00337/II 000035 7/18 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  Chatteris House 17 High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BG
Easting:  539370 Northing:  286167 UPRN:  100091191803
Description:  No 17 (Chatteris House), HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Built 1828. Three storeys and basement. Yellow brick, hipped slate roof; stone bands between storeys; internal stacks. Three central bays slightly project with pediment and blind oval in tympanum. Eight stone steps lead up to central portico, supported by two Greek Doric columns, frieze with triglyphs and projecting cornice. Fine mahogany door with carved central panel, in doorcase with panelled reveals, and rectangular fanlight. Cast iron decorated balustrades to sides of portico and balconette above. Similar balustrades formed balconettes to each off our original casement windows at first floor. Two large showroom windows replace these. Symmetrical five window range of hung sashes with glazing bars at second and third floors with one central casement window with glazing bars to balconette at first floor. Interior, fine Greek Revival decoration to friezes and cornices of first floor rooms with plaster centre pieces. Open string stair of six flights and two landings, with stone steps, cast iron balustrade, and mahogany hand rail. Central cupola. Original doors.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00338/II   7/118 II   CHATTERIS
Address:  49 High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BH
Easting:  539276 Northing:  286307 UPRN:  100090061434
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22-Mar-1983 07/00339/II 000040 7/119 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  Rear Of 49 High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire
Easting:  539292 Northing:  286334 UPRN:  010034161962
Description:  Charles Cole and Vermiculite (Chatteris Ltd), HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  C19 brewery. Two storeys. Gault brick, slate roof. Rectangular sectioned chimney stack in south-east corner originally detached. Blind arcade in east facing wall with ranges of windows in segmental arches.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00340/II 000042 7/19 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  59 High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6NP
Easting:  539223 Northing:  286375 UPRN:  100090061437
Description:  Nos 59, 61 and 61A, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  C18 dwellings and shop, of two building periods with two ranges to rear. Early C18 building to left hand, two storeys. Red and yellow local brick in chequered pattern. Steeply pitched slate roof, two flat roofed dormers with horizontal sliding sash windows. Range of three hung sash windows in moulded architraves at first floor and similar windows at ground floor in flat arches. Band between storeys. Later building to right hand of two storeys with attics. Local brick. Slate roof, steeply pitched, with gabled dormer window. End stack and ridge stack. Hung sash window with glazing bars at each floor level. Main doorway to left hand with moulded architrave and pediment, and six panelled door. Later inserted door to right hand of original.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00341/II 000042 7/19 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  61 High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6NP
Easting:  539220 Northing:  286380 UPRN:  100090061442
Description:  Nos 59, 61 and 61A, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  C18 dwellings and shop, of two building periods with two ranges to rear. Early C18 building to left hand, two storeys. Red and yellow local brick in chequered pattern. Steeply pitched slate roof, two flat roofed dormers with horizontal sliding sash windows. Range of three hung sash windows in moulded architraves at first floor and similar windows at ground floor in flat arches. Band between storeys. Later building to right hand of two storeys with attics. Local brick. Slate roof, steeply pitched, with gabled dormer window. End stack and ridge stack. Hung sash window with glazing bars at each floor level. Main doorway to left hand with moulded architrave and pediment, and six panelled door. Later inserted door to right hand of original.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00342/II 000042 7/19 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  61A High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6NP
Easting:  539230 Northing:  286384 UPRN:  100090061439
Description:  Nos 59, 61 and 61A, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  C18 dwellings and shop, of two building periods with two ranges to rear. Early C18 building to left hand, two storeys. Red and yellow local brick in chequered pattern. Steeply pitched slate roof, two flat roofed dormers with horizontal sliding sash windows. Range of three hung sash windows in moulded architraves at first floor and similar windows at ground floor in flat arches. Band between storeys. Later building to right hand of two storeys with attics. Local brick. Slate roof, steeply pitched, with gabled dormer window. End stack and ridge stack. Hung sash window with glazing bars at each floor level. Main doorway to left hand with moulded architrave and pediment, and six panelled door. Later inserted door to right hand of original.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00343/II 000044 7/20 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  81 High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6NP
Easting:  539187 Northing:  286448 UPRN:  100090061448
Description:  Nos 81 and 83, HIGH STREET Nos 81 and 83, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Late C17 cottage now two dwellings, which were fronted in C19. One storey and attics. Colourwashed brick, pantile roof. Two horizontal, sliding sash, dormer windows. Two hung sash windows with glazing bars in cambered arches, flank door with four fielded panels and two flush panels in a moulded architrave. Modern shop window and door to right hand. Fire plaque above door. Inglenook hearth.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00344/II 000044 7/20 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  83 High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6NP
Easting:  539185 Northing:  286456 UPRN:  100090061450
Description:  Nos 81 and 83, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Late C17 cottage now two dwellings, which were fronted in C19. One storey and attics. Colourwashed brick, pantile roof. Two horizontal, sliding sash, dormer windows. Two hung sash windows with glazing bars in cambered arches, flank door with four fielded panels and two flush panels in a moulded architrave. Modern shop window and door to right hand. Fire plaque above door. Inglenook hearth.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00345/II 000045 7/22 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  97 High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6NP
Easting:  539128 Northing:  286519 UPRN:  100090061463
Description:  No 97, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Early C19 shop. Two storeys. Gault brick colourwashed, red pantile mansard roof. End stacks. Two dormers with horizontal sliding sash windows. Shop windows with plain pilasters and entablature flank central doorway.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00346/II 000046 7/23 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  1 Porters Yard High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6NS
Easting:  539134 Northing:  286526 UPRN:  100091191878
Description:  Row of 3 cottages in Porters Yard, to rear of No 97, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Early C19 row of three cottages incorporating earlier timber framed building. Gault brick, red pantile roofs. Two storeys. Gabled dormer windows, hung sash windows in segmental arches.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00347/II   7/23 II   CHATTERIS
Address:  2 Porters Yard High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6NS
Easting:  539142 Northing:  286532 UPRN:  100091191879
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22-Mar-1983 07/00348/II   7/23 II   CHATTERIS
Address:  3 Porters Yard High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6NB
Easting:  539160 Northing:  286543 UPRN:  200002988480
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22-Mar-1983 07/00349/II 000047 7/24 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  99 High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6NP
Easting:  539122 Northing:  286528 UPRN:  100090061465
Description:  Nos 99 and 99A, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Early C19 house. One storey and attic. Rendered brick, red pantile mansard roof, parapet gables, end stacks. Two gabled dormers with horizontal sliding sashes. Two hung sash windows with margin glazing bars flank central panelled door. Brick and pantile range to rear with outshut and end stack.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00351/II 000048 7/25 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  105 High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6NP
Easting:  539094 Northing:  286561 UPRN:  100090061468
Description:  No 105, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  C17 cottage. One storey and attics, original L-plan with later rear wing to right hand. Thatched roof hipped to left hand. Brick parapet gable to right hand and endstack. Rendered brick casing to possible timber frame. Two horizontal sliding sash windows in dormers. Central plank door with flanking modern windows. Chamfered main beams, inglenook hearth.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00352/II 000051 7/26 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  133 High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6NP
Easting:  539053 Northing:  286660 UPRN:  100090061489
Description:  No 133, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Early C19 house. One storey and attic. Yellow Gault brick, red pantile roof, with parapet gables and two gabled dormers with hung sashes. Two hung sash windows with glazing bars in segmental arches flank central plank door. Lean-to to left-hand. Two storey range to rear with earlier projecting wing. Finger street plaque on wall, Black Horse Lane.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00353/II 000052 7/27 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  The George Hotel 2 High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BE
Easting:  539381 Northing:  286084 UPRN:  100091517410
Description:  No 2, George Hotel, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Mid C18. Narrow Gault brick. Slate roof with parapet gables and end stacks. Two storeys and attics. Five hipped dormers with later hung sashes with central vertical glazing bar. Band above first floor. Range of five similar, larger sashes in cambered arches with projecting key blocks at first floor. Later door to left hand with flat doorhood.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00354/II 000054 7/28 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  8 High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BE
Easting:  539375 Northing:  286118 UPRN:  100091517412
Description:  No 8, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Early C19 cottage with late C19 shop to ground floor. Gault brick. Slate roof of shallow pitch. Two storeys. One hung sash with glazing bars in moulded architrave at first floor.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00355/II 000055 7/29 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  8A High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire
Easting:  539375 Northing:  286118 UPRN:  010012123325
Description:  No 8A, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Early C19 cottage with mid C19 shop to ground floor. Gault brick. Slate roof of shallow pitch. Two storeys. One hung sash with glazing bars in moulded architrave at first floor. Shop front and doorway with shared architrave of pilasters with plain entablature. Passageway to right hand.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00356/II 000056 7/30 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  12 - 14 High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire
Easting:  539358 Northing:  286119 UPRN:  010012125429
Description:  Nos 12 and 14, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Early-mid C18 cottage with late C19 shops to ground floor. Colourwashed brick. Slate roof at two levels. Ridge stack, reduced. Two storeys. Three hung sashes with glazing bars in moulded architraves at first floor.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00357/II 000057 7/31 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  18 High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BG
Easting:  539328 Northing:  286155 UPRN:  100090061425
Description:  No 18, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Mid C18 house. Mainly red brick, with colourwashed facade. Plain tile roof with tumbled gable ends. Endstack. Two storeys and attics. One dormer. Three window range of hung sashes with glazing bars in moulded architraves. Cambered arches to ground floor windows. One later canted bay to right-hand. Original central doorway with cambered arch now sealed.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00358/II 000064 7/32 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  42 High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BH
Easting:  539282 Northing:  286244 UPRN:  100091517414
Description:  No 42 (incorporates former No 44), HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 double pile house and shop. Gault brick. Slate roof of shallow pitch. End stacks. Three storeys. Cambered arches to range of three hung sashes to first floor. Mid C19 shop front of three bays with pilasters to each and plain entablature. Included for shop front.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00359/II 000065 7/33 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  48 High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BH
Easting:  539275 Northing:  286265 UPRN:  100091191824
Description:  Nos 48 and 50, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Late C18 house. Local brick with part colourwashed facade. Part old plain tile roof with tumbled parapet gables. Two storeys. Cambered arches to two modern hung sashes and two hung sashes with glazing bars. Mid C19 shop front and entry to left hand with architrave of pilasters with plain entablature. Recessed door to shop with panelled reveals. Late C19 shop to No 50, with carved brackets to architrave.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00360/II 000065 7/33 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  50 High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BH
Easting:  539266 Northing:  286273 UPRN:  100091191825
Description:  Nos 48 and 50, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Late C18 house. Local brick with part colourwashed facade. Part old plain tile roof with tumbled parapet gables. Two storeys. Cambered arches to two modern hung sashes and two hung sashes with glazing bars. Mid C19 shop front and entry to left hand with architrave of pilasters with plain entablature. Recessed door to shop with panelled reveals. Late C19 shop to No 50, with carved brackets to architrave.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00361/II 000066 7/34 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  Grove House 74 High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6NN
Easting:  539200 Northing:  286361 UPRN:  100091517381
Description:  No 74, Grove House, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Circa 1820 house. Gault brick. Hipped, slate roof of shallow pitch with boarded eaves and acorn pendant decoration. Three storeys. Band between first and second floors. Three window range of hung sashes with glazing bars in flat arches. Side entry.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00362/II 000067 7/35 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  84 High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6NN
Easting:  539182 Northing:  286419 UPRN:  100090061452
Description:  No 84, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Late C18 house. Gault brick. Slate roof with parapet, parapet gable ends and band at eaves height. Endstacks. Two storeys and attics. Three hipped dormers with casements with glazing bars and moulded architraves. Two hung sashes with glazing bars in cambered arches on either side of bow oriel window with glazing bars and dentilled cornice. Ball pendant to corbel. Central doorcase of fluted pilasters with entablature of decorated frieze, frieze band and triangular pediment. Door of four fielded and two flush panels with semi circular arched fanlight. Panelled reveals. Interior with moulded cornices and doors with raised and fielded panels. Square section balusters to open string staircase.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00363/II 000068 7/36 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  94 High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6NN
Easting:  539163 Northing:  286449 UPRN:  100090061459
Description:  No 94, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Late C18 row of cottages. Mainly red brick with early C19 Gault brick gable end to road. Pantiled roof of steep pitch with gable end parapets. Internal stack.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00364/II 000069 7/37 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  110 High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6NN
Easting:  539104 Northing:  286514 UPRN:  100090061471
Description:  No 110, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Late C18 cottage with outshut to rear. Gault brick. Tiled, mansard roof. Internal stack. One storey and attics. Two gable dormers. Two hung sashes with glazing bars in segmental arches on either side of door, with four raised and fielded and two flush panels in similar arch.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00365/II 000070 7/38 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  112 High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6NN
Easting:  539096 Northing:  286521 UPRN:  100090061473
Description:  No 112, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Early C19 cottage with outshut to rear. Gault brick with lower courses of narrow brick. Pantiled roof of steep pitch with dentil eaves cornice. End stacks. One storey and attics. Three dormers with horizontal sliding sashes with glazing bars in segmental headed arches on either side of door, with four raised and fielded and two flush panels in moulded architrave.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00366/II 000072 7/39 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  51 Huntingdon Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6ED
Easting:  538938 Northing:  285797 UPRN:  200002987979
Description:  No 51, HUNTINGDON ROAD
Detailed Description:  C18 cottage raised to two storeys in C19.Local brick and Gault brick. Slate roof with end stacks and dentil eaves cornice. Two hung sash windows with margin glazing bars in moulded architraves at each storey. Central door with four panels and two flush panels.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00367/II 000073 7/40 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  73 Huntingdon Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6ED
Easting:  538836 Northing:  285797 UPRN:  200002984533
Description:  No 73, HUNTINGDON ROAD
Detailed Description:  Early C19 house. Two storeys. Local brick, red pantile roof with end stacks. Central door in segmental arch. Two hung sash windows with moulded architraves at ground floor, similar but smaller windows at first floor.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00368/II 000074 7/41 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  79 Huntingdon Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6ED
Easting:  538792 Northing:  285760 UPRN:  200002984537
Description:  No 79, HUNTINGDON ROAD
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 house. Two storeys. Yellow Gault brick, slate roof. End stack and ridge stack. Range of four hung sash windows with glazing bars at first floor. Range of three similar windows in cambered arches at ground floor. Modern door to left hand.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00370/II 000082 7/44 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  31 London Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6AS
Easting:  539268 Northing:  285589 UPRN:  100090061789
Description:  Nos 31, 31A, 31B and 31C, LONDON ROAD
Detailed Description:  Late C18 house with later parallel range to rear. Modern tile roof with tumbled parapet gables and sawtooth eaves cornice. End stacks. Two storeys and attics. Three dormers with hung sashes with glazing bars. Symmetrical, three window range of later hung sashes with glazing bars in cambered arches. Two later canted bays with hung sashes to ground floor. Doorcase of pilasters with plain entablature. Later door of two flush and four glazed panels with semi circular fanlight with glazing bars. Panelled reveals. Garden front left hand wall has one pier of similar brick with stone, ball finial. About eight foot high. Similar pier to right hand now reduced.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00371/II 000078 7/42 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  10 London Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6AS
Easting:  539238 Northing:  285625 UPRN:  100090061765
Description:  No 10, HUNTINGDON ROAD
Detailed Description:  Early C18 cottage raised to two storey height in C19. L-plan. Local brick and Gault brick, modern tile roof. Ridge stack. Range of three hung sash windows with moulded architraves in segmental arches at first floor, two similar windows at ground floor. Door to left of centre with four panels and two flush panels.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00372/II     II   CHATTERIS
Address:  11 London Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6AS
Easting:  539251 Northing:  285674 UPRN:  100090061766
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22-Mar-1983 07/00373/II 000080 7/43 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  13 London Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6AS
Easting:  539252 Northing:  285669 UPRN:  100090061768
Description:  Nos 11 and 13, LONDON ROAD
Detailed Description:  Pair of late C18 cottages. Mainly redbrick with Gault brick details to doors and windows. Pantiled roof of steep pitch with tumbled parapet gables. End stacks. Two storeys. Cambered arches to two hung sashes with central glazing bar at first floor. Two similar sashes at ground floor on either side of two panelled doors.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00374/II 000082 7/44 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  31 London Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6AS
Easting:  539268 Northing:  285589 UPRN:  100090061789
Description:  Nos 31, 31A, 31B and 31C, LONDON ROAD
Detailed Description:  Late C18 house with later parallel range to rear. Modern tile roof with tumbled parapet gables and sawtooth eaves cornice. End stacks. Two storeys and attics. Three dormers with hung sashes with glazing bars. Symmetrical, three window range of later hung sashes with glazing bars in cambered arches. Two later canted bays with hung sashes to ground floor. Doorcase of pilasters with plain entablature. Later door of two flush and four glazed panels with semi circular fanlight with glazing bars. Panelled reveals. Garden front left hand wall has one pier of similar brick with stone, ball finial. About eight foot high. Similar pier to right hand now reduced.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00376/II 000082 7/44 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  31A London Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6AS
Easting:  539268 Northing:  285589 UPRN:  100090061786
Description:  Nos 31, 31A, 31B and 31C, LONDON ROAD
Detailed Description:  Late C18 house with later parallel range to rear. Modern tile roof with tumbled parapet gables and sawtooth eaves cornice. End stacks. Two storeys and attics. Three dormers with hung sashes with glazing bars. Symmetrical, three window range of later hung sashes with glazing bars in cambered arches. Two later canted bays with hung sashes to ground floor. Doorcase of pilasters with plain entablature. Later door of two flush and four glazed panels with semi circular fanlight with glazing bars. Panelled reveals. Garden front left hand wall has one pier of similar brick with stone, ball finial. About eight foot high. Similar pier to right hand now reduced.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00377/II 000082 7/44 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  31B London Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6AS
Easting:  539268 Northing:  285589 UPRN:  100090061787
Description:  Nos 31, 31A, 31B and 31C, LONDON ROAD
Detailed Description:  Late C18 house with later parallel range to rear. Modern tile roof with tumbled parapet gables and sawtooth eaves cornice. End stacks. Two storeys and attics. Three dormers with hung sashes with glazing bars. Symmetrical, three window range of later hung sashes with glazing bars in cambered arches. Two later canted bays with hung sashes to ground floor. Doorcase of pilasters with plain entablature. Later door of two flush and four glazed panels with semi circular fanlight with glazing bars. Panelled reveals. Garden front left hand wall has one pier of similar brick with stone, ball finial. About eight foot high. Similar pier to right hand now reduced.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00378/II 000082 7/44 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  31C London Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6AS
Easting:  539280 Northing:  285592 UPRN:  100090061788
Description:  Nos 31, 31A, 31B and 31C, LONDON ROAD
Detailed Description:  Late C18 house with later parallel range to rear. Modern tile roof with tumbled parapet gables and sawtooth eaves cornice. End stacks. Two storeys and attics. Three dormers with hung sashes with glazing bars. Symmetrical, three window range of later hung sashes with glazing bars in cambered arches. Two later canted bays with hung sashes to ground floor. Doorcase of pilasters with plain entablature. Later door of two flush and four glazed panels with semi circular fanlight with glazing bars. Panelled reveals. Garden front left hand wall has one pier of similar brick with stone, ball finial. About eight foot high. Similar pier to right hand now reduced.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00379/II 000083 7/45 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  Westmoor House 39 London Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6AS
Easting:  539261 Northing:  285522 UPRN:  100090061799
Description:  No 39, LONDON ROAD
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 house. Gault brick. Slate roof with one ridge and one end stack. Two storeys. Three window range of hung sashes with glazing bars in cambered arches. Double recessed arch with key block to central doorway. Late C18 rear range of redbrick and Gault brick. Pantiled and cement tiled roof with internal stack. One storey and attic.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00380/II 000086 7/52 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  8 London Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6AS
Easting:  539237 Northing:  285635 UPRN:  100090061764
Description:  No 8, LONDON ROAD
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 house. Gault brick with red brick to side elevations. Slate roof of shallow pitch. Two storeys. Three window range of hung sashes with glazing bars in cambered, gauged brick arches. Double recessed arch to central doorway with door of four fielded and two flush panels. Band between floors.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00382/II 000087 7/51 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  16 London Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6AS
Easting:  539231 Northing:  285584 UPRN:  100090061770
Description:  No 16, LONDON ROAD
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 house, Gault brick. Hipped, slate roof with dentil eaves cornice. Two storeys. Road frontage has four window range of hung sashes with glazing bars in flat, moulded arches. Ground floor with four full length casements with fixed headed lights and louvered shutters. Side entry with Gothic arch to porch.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00383/II 000088 7/50 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  22 London Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6AU
Easting:  539237 Northing:  285515 UPRN:  100091517393
Description:  No 22, LONDON ROAD
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 house. Gault brick. Slate roof. Two storeys. Three window range of hung sashes with glazing bars in flat arches. Double recessed arch to central doorway with door of two flush and four glazed panels in moulded architrave with narrow pulvinated frieze. Semi circular arched fanlight. Modern shop to right hand.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00384/II 000090 7/49 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  24 London Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6AS
Easting:  539236 Northing:  285475 UPRN:  100090061780
Description:  No 24, (Wenny House), LONDON ROAD
Detailed Description:  Late C18 or early C19 L-plan house. Gault brick. Plain tiled roof with tumbled parapet gables and sawtooth eaves cornice. End stacks. Two storeys and attics. Three flat roofed dormers. Symmetrical three window range of hung sashes in cambered arches. Central doorway with doorcase of reeded, engaged columns with entablature with boss enrichments to frieze, continuous frieze band, dentilled cornice and triangular pediment. Panelled door and reveals. Modern box window to right hand. Interior with early C19 open string staircase of three flights with square section balusters.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00385/II 000091 7/48 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  34 London Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6LW
Easting:  539236 Northing:  285374 UPRN:  100090061793
Description:  Nos 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42, LONDON ROAD
Detailed Description:  Inscribed on plaque, Seymour Place, 1847.Terrace of five cottages. Narrow, coursed rubblestone with stone dressings. Low pitched, Welsh slate roof with gable ends. Ridgestacks. Two storeys. Band between floors. Five window range. Doorways and windows have rusticated architraves with flat arches with voussoirs and key blocks. Modern doors and windows, except for hung sashes with glazing bars to No 40 and 42, and door of two raised and fielded and two flush panels to No 40.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00386/II 000091 7/48 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  36 London Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6LW
Easting:  539235 Northing:  285369 UPRN:  100090061795
Description:  Nos 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42, LONDON ROAD
Detailed Description:  Inscribed on plaque, Seymour Place, 1847.Terrace of five cottages. Narrow, coursed rubblestone with stone dressings. Low pitched, Welsh slate roof with gable ends. Ridgestacks. Two storeys. Band between floors. Five window range. Doorways and windows have rusticated architraves with flat arches with voussoirs and key blocks. Modern doors and windows, except for hung sashes with glazing bars to No 40 and 42, and door of two raised and fielded and two flush panels to No 40.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00387/II 000091 7/48 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  38 London Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6LW
Easting:  539235 Northing:  285365 UPRN:  100090061798
Description:  Nos 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42, LONDON ROAD
Detailed Description:  Inscribed on plaque, Seymour Place, 1847.Terrace of five cottages. Narrow, coursed rubblestone with stone dressings. Low pitched, Welsh slate roof with gable ends. Ridgestacks. Two storeys. Band between floors. Five window range. Doorways and windows have rusticated architraves with flat arches with voussoirs and key blocks. Modern doors and windows, except for hung sashes with glazing bars to No 40 and 42, and door of two raised and fielded and two flush panels to No 40.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00388/II 000091 7/48 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  40 London Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6LW
Easting:  539235 Northing:  285360 UPRN:  100090061800
Description:  Nos 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42, LONDON ROAD
Detailed Description:  Inscribed on plaque, Seymour Place, 1847.Terrace of five cottages. Narrow, coursed rubblestone with stone dressings. Low pitched, Welsh slate roof with gable ends. Ridgestacks. Two storeys. Band between floors. Five window range. Doorways and windows have rusticated architraves with flat arches with voussoirs and key blocks. Modern doors and windows, except for hung sashes with glazing bars to No 40 and 42, and door of two raised and fielded and two flush panels to No 40.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00389/II 000091 7/48 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  42 London Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6LW
Easting:  539234 Northing:  285356 UPRN:  100090061801
Description:  Nos 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42, LONDON ROAD
Detailed Description:  Inscribed on plaque, Seymour Place, 1847.Terrace of five cottages. Narrow, coursed rubblestone with stone dressings. Low pitched, Welsh slate roof with gable ends. Ridgestacks. Two storeys. Band between floors. Five window range. Doorways and windows have rusticated architraves with flat arches with voussoirs and key blocks. Modern doors and windows, except for hung sashes with glazing bars to No 40 and 42, and door of two raised and fielded and two flush panels to No 40.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00393/II 000098 7/53 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  3 Market Hill Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BB
Easting:  539420 Northing:  286000 UPRN:  100091609554
Description:  No 3, MARKET HILL
Detailed Description:  Circa 1830 house and shop. L-plan. Gault brick. Hipped slate roof of shallow pitch. Dentil eaves cornice. Two storeys. Two hung sashes with glazing bars in moulded architraves at first floor. One similar sash window to ground floor left hand. Shop window with central mullion and four hung sashes with glazing bars. Door to right hand. Open sided porch with sloping roof to shop and entry. Side elevation with similar windows and two doors, each with four raised and fielded and two flush panels.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00394/II 000099 7/54 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  5 Market Hill Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BB
Easting:  539416 Northing:  286006 UPRN:  100090061994
Description:  No 5, MARKET HILL
Detailed Description:  Circa 1830 house. Gault brick. Slate roof with dentil eaves cornice. Two storeys. Symmetrical three window range of hung sashes with glazing bars in moulded architraves. Cambered brick arches to ground floor windows. Semi circular headed arch to doorway. Reeded doorcase with boss enrichments to capitals and key block. Door or four raised and fielded and two flush panels with semi circular headed fanlight with glazing bars.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00395/II 000100 7/55 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  7 Market Hill Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BB
Easting:  539413 Northing:  286016 UPRN:  100090061995
Description:  No 7, MARKET HILL No 7, MARKET HILL
Detailed Description:  Circa 1830 house. Gault brick. Slate roof with dentil eaves cornice. Two storeys. Symmetrical three window range of later hung sashes. Later rendering to window and door arches. Reeded doorcase with boss enrichments. Door of four raised and fielded and two flush panels. Semi circular headed arched fanlight with glazing bars.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00396/II 000101 7/56 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  9 Market Hill Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BB
Easting:  539424 Northing:  286029 UPRN:  100090061996
Description:  No 9, MARKET HILL
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 house. Gault brick. Slate roof with sawtooth eaves cornice. Two storeys. Two hung sashes with margin lights in cambered arches. Panelled door with small rectangular fanlight.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00397/II 000102 7/57 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  4 Market Hill Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BA
Easting:  539388 Northing:  285997 UPRN:  010012124992
Description:  Nos 4, 6, 8 and 10, MARKET HILL
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 range of shops with public hall to rear. T-plan. Gault brick. Slate roof with parapet and triangular pediment to slightly projecting centre bay. Two storeys. First floor has seven window range of hung sashes with central glazing bar. Pilasters to corners and three centre bays with plain entablature. Ground floor with similar pilasters and entablature. Modern shopfronts. Central double doors with rectangular fanlight.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00398/II 000102 7/57 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  6 Market Hill Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BA
Easting:  539387 Northing:  286001 UPRN:  100091517666
Description:  Nos 4, 6, 8 and 10, MARKET HILL
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 range of shops with public hall to rear. T-plan. Gault brick. Slate roof with parapet and triangular pediment to slightly projecting centre bay. Two storeys. First floor has seven window range of hung sashes with central glazing bar. Pilasters to corners and three centre bays with plain entablature. Ground floor with similar pilasters and entablature. Modern shopfronts. Central double doors with rectangular fanlight.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00399/II 000102 7/57 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  The Palace Bar And Peppercorn Restaurant 8 Market Hill Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BB
Easting:  539372 Northing:  286003 UPRN:  100091609555
Description:  Nos 4, 6, 8 and 10, MARKET HILL
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 range of shops with public hall to rear. T-plan. Gault brick. Slate roof with parapet and triangular pediment to slightly projecting centre bay. Two storeys. First floor has seven window range of hung sashes with central glazing bar. Pilasters to corners and three centre bays with plain entablature. Ground floor with similar pilasters and entablature. Modern shopfronts. Central double doors with rectangular fanlight. (Public Hall is not included in listing)

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22-Mar-1983 07/00400/II 000102 7/57 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  10 Market Hill Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BA
Easting:  539386 Northing:  286010 UPRN:  100091517667
Description:  Nos 4, 6, 8 and 10, MARKET HILL
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 range of shops with public hall to rear. T-plan. Gault brick. Slate roof with parapet and triangular pediment to slightly projecting centre bay. Two storeys. First floor has seven window range of hung sashes with central glazing bar. Pilasters to corners and three centre bays with plain entablature. Ground floor with similar pilasters and entablature. Modern shopfronts. Central double doors with rectangular fanlight.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00401/II 000103 7/58 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  12 - 14 Market Hill Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BA
Easting:  539379 Northing:  286024 UPRN:  100091191949
Description:  000103 Nos 12 and 14, MARKET HILL
Detailed Description:  C18 house with roof raised C19.Colourwashed brick. Corrugated iron roof with internal stack. Two storeys. Cambered arches to range of three modern casements at first floor and one hung sash with glazing bars at ground floor. Four panelled door with two glazed upper lights. Two later shopfronts to right hand.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00402/II 000104 7/59 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  Cross Keys Inn 16 Market Hill Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BA
Easting:  539379 Northing:  286024 UPRN:  100091191949
Description:  No 16, Cross Keys Inn, MARKET HILL
Detailed Description:  Late C17 or early C18 house. Red brick, part rendered and colourwashed. Applied timber framing to front. Slate roof with modillion eaves cornice and parapet gables. Endstacks. Two storeys with band between floors. Range of three horizontal sliding sashes with glazing bars in moulded architraves to first floor. Two hung sashes with glazing bars in cambered arches at ground floor. Central doorway with later flat hood. Two early C18 elliptical openings, now sealed, to right hand gable end.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00403/II 000105 7/60 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  18 Market Hill Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BA
Easting:  539382 Northing:  286046 UPRN:  100091517700
Description:  No 18, MARKET HILL
Detailed Description:  Late C18 house refronted earlier C19.Gault brick L-plan. Slate roof with parapet with three rectangular recessed panels and sawtooth cornice. Tumbled gables and endstacks. Two storeys. Symmetrical elevation of three modern hung sashes in cambered arches. Ground floor windows with glazing bars. Door with two fielded and two flush panels with rectangular fanlight.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00404/II 000106 7/61 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  20 Market Hill Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BA
Easting:  539385 Northing:  286062 UPRN:  100091517668
Description:  Nos 20 and 20A, MARKET HILL
Detailed Description:  Late C17 house, now shop. Timber framed with herringbone pattern brick infill in rear wall. Rough cast rendered. Slate roof with Gault brick, end stacks. Two storeys. Two gabled dormers with later casements. First floor has two modern casements and one C19 casement with ovolo mullion. Central projecting bay over flat canopy with cornice and carved frieze. Raised and fielded panelling to soffit. Modern shop windows to ground floor.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00405/II 000106 7/61 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  20A Market Hill Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BA
Easting:  539385 Northing:  286062 UPRN:  100091517691
Description:  Nos 20 and 20A, MARKET HILL
Detailed Description:  Late C17 house, now shop. Timber framed with herringbone pattern brick infill in rear wall. Rough cast rendered. Slate roof with Gault brick, end stacks. Two storeys. Two gabled dormers with later casements. First floor has two modern casements and one C19 casement with ovolo mullion. Central projecting bay over flat canopy with cornice and carved frieze. Raised and fielded panelling to soffit. Modern shop windows to ground floor.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00408/II   7/110 II n/a CHATTERIS
Address:  Wall 20 Meters South East Of Church Of St Peter And St Paul Market Hill Chatteris Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  539505 Northing:  286051 UPRN:  010034161970
Description:  Wall c20m SE of Church of Ss Peter and Paul, MARKET HILL
Detailed Description:  Inscribed, 1781 W Holden, V R Crainsditch, F Smith, Ch Wardens. Mainly red brick. About eight ft high.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00409/II 000109 7/111 II   CHATTERIS
Address:  Row Of Six Headstones South Of South Porch Church Of St Peter And St Paul Market Hill Chatteris Cambridgeshire
Easting:  539457 Northing:  286057 UPRN:  010034161971
Description:  Row of six headstones running South from the south porch of the church of Ss Pet
Detailed Description:  i) Headstone, mid C18 of limestone in bas-relief. Angel with trumpet of victory above deceased rising from coffin. Below is rectangular raised and fielded panel flanked by two angels, one with Book of Knowledge, the other with Crown of Glory. ii) Headstone, 1730 of limestone. Two engaged ionic columns with entablature and segmental pediment. The tympanum with winged cherubs head as risen soul. Circular panel with inscription, now indecipherable.iii) Headstone, similar to (ii), but with Rococo foliate ornament.iv) Headstone, limestone, probably Ketton c1730. This and (v) are larger. Shaped head with a glory of a winged angel with a crown of honour and a sunray. Below is a shouldered panel with rosettes to corners, flanked by scrolls and drops of fruit and flowers.v) Headstone, mid C18. Limestone probably Ketton. Similar to (iv) with winged angel above circular panel with leaf border and flowers to corners.vi) Headstone, mid C18. Limestone. Two naif winged angels with trumpets of victory supporting a crown of honour. Two female figures with emblems as caryatids flank the inscription.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00410/II 000112 7/62 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  10 New Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BJ
Easting:  539487 Northing:  286266 UPRN:  200002984590
Description:  No 10, NEW ROAD
Detailed Description:  Early C19 cottage ornee. Two storeys.L-plan with outshut and lean-to at rear. Colourwashed brick. Thatched roof, end stacks with pairs of octagonal shafts. Symmetrical facade with two casement windows at both floor levels each with leaded lights in Gothic arched heads. Open, thatched porch, door with iron studs.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00411/II 000113 7/63 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  38 New Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BT
Easting:  539691 Northing:  286293 UPRN:  200002984617
Description:  Nos 38, 40, 42, 44, 46 and 48, NEW ROAD
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 row of cottages. Two storeys. Gault brick, pantile roof. Three ridge stacks. Dentil eaves cornice. Six window range at both floor levels; six windows still retain their original hung sashes with glazing bars. Five house doors, side entry to end cottage.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00412/II 000113 7/63 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  40 New Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BT
Easting:  539695 Northing:  286294 UPRN:  200002984619
Description:  Nos 38, 40, 42, 44, 46 and 48, NEW ROAD
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 row of cottages. Two storeys. Gault brick, pantile roof. Three ridge stacks. Dentil eaves cornice. Six window range at both floor levels; six windows still retain their original hung sashes with glazing bars. Five house doors, side entry to end cottage.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00413/II 000113 7/63 G2 gv CHATTERIS
Address:  42 New Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BT
Easting:  539698 Northing:  286294 UPRN:  200002984621
Description:  Nos 38, 40, 42, 44, 46 and 48, NEW ROAD
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 row of cottages. Two storeys. Gault brick, pantile roof. Three ridge stacks. Dentil eaves cornice. Six window range at both floor levels; six windows still retain their original hung sashes with glazing bars. Five house doors, side entry to end cottage.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00414/II 000113 7/63 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  44 New Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BT
Easting:  539703 Northing:  286295 UPRN:  200002984623
Description:  Nos 38, 40, 42, 44, 46 and 48, NEW ROAD
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 row of cottages. Two storeys. Gault brick, pantile roof. Three ridge stacks. Dentil eaves cornice. Six window range at both floor levels; six windows still retain their original hung sashes with glazing bars. Five house doors, side entry to end cottage.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00415/II 000113 7/63 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  46 New Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BT
Easting:  539707 Northing:  286294 UPRN:  200002984625
Description:  Nos 38, 40, 42, 44, 46 and 48, NEW ROAD
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 row of cottages. Two storeys. Gault brick, pantile roof. Three ridge stacks. Dentil eaves cornice. Six window range at both floor levels; six windows still retain their original hung sashes with glazing bars. Five house doors, side entry to end cottage.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00416/II 000113 7/63 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  48 New Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BT
Easting:  539711 Northing:  286292 UPRN:  200002984629
Description:  Nos 38, 40, 42, 44, 46 and 48, NEW ROAD
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 row of cottages. Two storeys. Gault brick, pantile roof. Three ridge stacks. Dentil eaves cornice. Six window range at both floor levels; six windows still retain their original hung sashes with glazing bars. Five house doors, side entry to end cottage.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00417/II 000114 7/64 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  15 New Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BJ
Easting:  539345 Northing:  286296 UPRN:  200002984593
Description:  Nos 15 and 17, NEW ROAD
Detailed Description:  Circa 1830. Three storey houses, without shut of two storeys and attic. Gault brick, slate roof, endstacks. Ranges of four hung sash windows with margin glazing bars at each storey in cambered arches. Two doorways. Doorcases with panelled reveals continuing with reeded decoration in round headed arch. One original four panelled door with two glazed panels. Semi circular fanlights.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00418/II 000114 7/64 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  17 New Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BJ
Easting:  539355 Northing:  286285 UPRN:  200002984594
Description:  Nos 15 and 17, NEW ROAD
Detailed Description:  Circa 1830. Three storey houses, without shut of two storeys and attic. Gault brick, slate roof, endstacks. Ranges of four hung sash windows with margin glazing bars at each storey in cambered arches. Two doorways. Doorcases with panelled reveals continuing with reeded decoration in round headed arch. One original four panelled door with two glazed panels. Semi circular fanlights.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00419/II 000117 7/65 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  35 New Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BJ
Easting:  539452 Northing:  286293 UPRN:  200002984613
Description:  Nos 35, 37 and 39, NEW ROAD
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 houses with central cartway and cottages to left hand. Two storeys with two ranges to rear. Yellow Gault brick, slate roofs end stacks. Range four hung sash windows with glazing bars in cambered arches at first floor. Two large hung sash windows flank cartway. Cottage door with two glazed panels. One casement window and one hung sash window in segmented arches.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00420/II 000117 7/65 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  37 New Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BJ
Easting:  539456 Northing:  286294 UPRN:  200002984616
Description:  Nos 35, 37 and 39, NEW ROAD
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 houses with central cartway and cottages to left hand. Two storeys with two ranges to rear. Yellow Gault brick, slate roofs end stacks. Range four hung sash windows with glazing bars in cambered arches at first floor. Two large hung sash windows flank cartway. Cottage door with two glazed panels. One casement window and one hung sash window in segmented arches.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00421/II 000117 7/65 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  39 New Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BJ
Easting:  539464 Northing:  286292 UPRN:  200002984618
Description:  Nos 35, 37 and 39, NEW ROAD
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 houses with central cartway and cottages to left hand. Two storeys with two ranges to rear. Yellow Gault brick, slate roofs end stacks. Range four hung sash windows with glazing bars in cambered arches at first floor. Two large hung sash windows flank cartway. Cottage door with two glazed panels. One casement window and one hung sash window in segmented arches.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00422/II 000118 7/66 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  41 New Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BJ
Easting:  539469 Northing:  286289 UPRN:  200002984620
Description:  Nos 41, 43 and 45, NEW ROAD Nos 41, 43 and 45, NEW ROAD
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 row of cottages of two building periods. Two storeys. Gault brick, slate roof, ridge and endstacks. Side passageways and three house doorways in round headed arches. Cambered arches to range of four sash windows with glazing bars at both floor levels. Blind windows above doorways.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00423/II 000118 7/66 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  43 New Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BJ
Easting:  539473 Northing:  286290 UPRN:  200002984622
Description:  Nos 41, 43 and 45, NEW ROAD
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 row of cottages of two building periods. Two storeys. Gault brick, slate roof, ridge and endstacks. Side passageways and three house doorways in round headed arches. Cambered arches to range of four sash windows with glazing bars at both floor levels. Blind windows above doorways.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00424/II 000118 7/66 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  45 New Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BJ
Easting:  539480 Northing:  286290 UPRN:  200002984624
Description:  Nos 41, 43 and 45, NEW ROAD
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 row of cottages of two building periods. Two storeys. Gault brick, slate roof, ridge and endstacks. Side passageways and three house doorways in round headed arches. Cambered arches to range of four sash windows with glazing bars at both floor levels. Blind windows above doorways.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00425/II 000119 7/67 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  47 New Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BW
Easting:  539501 Northing:  286303 UPRN:  200002984626
Description:  No 47, NEW ROAD
Detailed Description:  Early C19 farmhouse, dated 1823 on the guttering. Two storeys and rear outshut. Yellow Gault brick, slate roof. End stacks. Range of four hung sash windows with margin glazing bars at first floor. Doorway to left of centre in double recessed round headed arches and reeded architrave. Six panelled door, semi circular fanlight. Canted window to right hand with moulded cornice. Shaped garden wall terminating at corners with piers with stone pediment caps.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00426/II 000120 7/69 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  49 New Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BW
Easting:  539575 Northing:  286303 UPRN:  200002984630
Description:  No 49, NEW ROAD
Detailed Description:  Built 1849. House of two storeys. Yellow Gault brick, modern tile hipped roof, end stack to left hand. Symmetrical range of three hung sash windows with glazing bars in cambered arches at first floor. Similar windows flank central doorcase with pilasters, plain entablature with moulded cornice. Rectangular fanlight, four panelled door. Moulded eaves cornice.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00427/II 000128 7/70 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  7 Park Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6AB
Easting:  539364 Northing:  285980 UPRN:  100091517707
Description:  No 7, PARK STREET
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 house and shop; early C18 range to rear. Two storeys, double pile. Gault brick, slate roof, endstacks. Dentil eaves cornice. Range of three hung sash windows with margin glazing bars at first floor. Two similar windows to left hand of two, four light shop windows flanking recessed doorway. Shop window and doorway share a common entablature with three shaped frieze panels, shaped side panels and pairs of console brackets. Range to rear; two storeys, red local brick, red pantile roof. Two hipped dormer windows with old plain tile roof and leaded light casements. Two hung sash windows with glazing bars. Chequered band between storeys.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00428/II 000129 7/71 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  15 Park Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6AB
Easting:  539282 Northing:  285940 UPRN:  100091517391
Description:  No 15, Post Office, PARK STREET
Detailed Description:  Late C18. Two storeys and attics. Yellow local brick. Modern tiled mansard roof, end stacks. Three dormers with hung sash windows and glazing bars. Two hung sash windows with glazing bars in moulded architraves flank central, canted oriel window with hung sashes and glazing bars at first floor. Central doorway. Doorcase, with fluted pilasters, enriched broken pediment and flush panelled reveals. Semi circular fanlight, glazed and panelled door. Inserted canted bay window to left hand. Single hung sash window with glazing bars to right hand. C19 rear wing with internal stack and slate roof.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00429/II 000130 7/72 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  Curl Up And Dye 33 Park Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6AD
Easting:  539240 Northing:  285920 UPRN:  100091517402
Description:  No 33, PARK STREET
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 house and shop, incorporating an earlier C18 building. Two storeys. Yellow Gault brick and local brick. Slate roof, end stacks. Range three hung sash windows with margin glazing bars at first floor. Shop window of five lights with glazing bars forming rounded heads, and similar rectangular fanlight to four panelled door, share a common entablature and are flanked by plain pilasters. Earlier single storey range of local brick and pantiles to rear. Interior: lobby with house door of six panels and rectangular fanlight. Internal shop door with large glazed panel and margin glazing bars.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00430/II 000132 7/73 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  2 Park Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6AE
Easting:  539382 Northing:  285952 UPRN:  100091517392
Description:  No 2, PARK STREET
Detailed Description:  Circa 1840 house. Gault brick. Hipped, slate roof of shallow pitch. Two storeys. Symmetrical three window range of hung sashes with glazing bars and margin lights in cambered brick arches. Two similar larger windows to ground floor. Doorcase of pilasters with plain entablature and later doorhood of carved brackets supporting triangular pediment. Panelled double doors.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00431/II 000133 7/74 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  4 Park Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6AE
Easting:  539360 Northing:  285940 UPRN:  100091517403
Description:  No 4, PARK STREET
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 house. Gault brick with stone details to windows, doors and quoins. Hipped, slate roof of shallow pitch with scroll modillions to eaves. Two storeys and attics. One central dormer with canted bay with hung sashes with glazing bars. Hipped roof. Five window range of hung sashes with glazing bars in moulded stone architraves. Centre bay with similar hung sash with side lights in architrave of pilasters, plain entablature and open triangular pediment. Band between floors. Ground floor windows with shouldered architraves. Five stone steps lead up to central doorway with six panelled double door with semi circular fanlight. Doorcase of pilasters with plain entablature and dentilled cornice. Recessed wing to left hand.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00432/II 000134 7/75 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  6 Park Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6AE
Easting:  539350 Northing:  285935 UPRN:  100090062138
Description:  No 6, PARK STREET
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 house. Gault brick. Slate roof. Two storeys. Two hung sashes with glazing bars in cambered arches at first floor. Two similar windows at ground floor. Doorway to right-hand with fanlight, now sealed, in semi circular headed arch. Panelled door.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00433/II 000135 7/76 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  8 Park Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6AE
Easting:  539343 Northing:  285929 UPRN:  100090062140
Description:  No 8, PARK STREET
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 house. Gault brick. Slate roof. Two storeys. Two hung sashes with glazing bars in cambered arches at first floor. Two similar windows at ground floor. Doorway to right hand with fanlight, now sealed, in semi circular headed arch. Panelled door.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00434/II 000136 7/77 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  14 Park Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6AF
Easting:  539287 Northing:  285907 UPRN:  100091517404
Description:  No 14, PARK STREET
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 house and shop. Gault brick. Slate roof. Two storeys. Flat arches to two hung sashes with glazing bars in moulded architraves. Ground floor left hand mid C19shop front with panelled door. Shaped architrave of pilasters with plain entablature. Cambered arch to two hung sashes with central mullion to ground floor right hand. Iron lamp bracket above shop door.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00435/II 000138 7/78 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  20 Park Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6AF
Easting:  539260 Northing:  285897 UPRN:  100090062144
Description:  No 20, PARK STREET
Detailed Description:  Circa 1840 house. Gault brick. Hipped, slate roof. Two storeys. Three window range of hung sashes in flat arches with later louvered shutters. Double recessed, semi circular arch to central doorway. Door with two glazed upper panels and semi circular fanlight. Three octagonal brick piers to front garden wall.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00436/II 000139 7/79 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  3 Railway Lane Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6NF
Easting:  539244 Northing:  286141 UPRN:  010034157781
Description:  Nos 3 and 5, RAILWAY LANE
Detailed Description:  Late C18 cottages. Two storeys. Local brick, pantiled roof with tumbled brick parapet gables, central stack. Range of four hung sash windows in cambered arches at first floor, two similar windows at ground floor. Modern doors to right and left hand.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00437/II 000139 7/79 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  5 Railway Lane Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6NF
Easting:  539243 Northing:  286146 UPRN:  100091517422
Description:  Nos 3 and 5, RAILWAY LANE
Detailed Description:  Late C18 cottages. Two storeys. Local brick, pantiled roof with tumbled brick parapet gables, central stack. Range of four hung sash windows in cambered arches at first floor, two similar windows at ground floor. Modern doors to right and left hand.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00438/II 000142 7/80 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  40 Railway Lane Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6NF
Easting:  539207 Northing:  286325 UPRN:  100090062298
Description:  No 40, Burnsfield House, RAILWAY LANE
Detailed Description:  Late C18 cottage raised to two storeys inC19. L-plan. Local later Gault brick, slate roof with ridge and end stacks. Two hung sash windows with glazing bars in segmental arches at first floor, similar windows flank central door of two glazed panels and four panels.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00439/II 000145 7/81 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  10 St Martins Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6JB
Easting:  539588 Northing:  285946 UPRN:  100090062450
Description:  No 10, ST MARTINS ROAD
Detailed Description:  Circa 1830 house. Gault brick. Hipped, slate roof of shallow pitch. Two storeys. Symmetrical three window range, of hung sashes with glazing bars in flat arches. Doorcase of pilasters and plain entablature. Four panelled door with rectangular fanlight. Panelled reveals.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00440/II 000146 7/82 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  Surbiton House 12 St Martins Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6JF
Easting:  539605 Northing:  285956 UPRN:  100090062452
Description:  No 12, ST MARTINS ROAD
Detailed Description:  Circa 1830 house. Gault brick. Hipped, slate roof of shallow pitch. Two storeys. Symmetrical three window range, of hung sashes with glazing bars in flat arches of gauged brick. Panelled door of two glazed upper panels with margin lights.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00441/II 000147 7/83 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  14 St Martins Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6JF
Easting:  539623 Northing:  285965 UPRN:  100090062455
Description:  No 14, ST MARTINS ROAD
Detailed Description:  Circa 1830 house. Gault brick. Hipped, modern tile roof of shallow pitch. Two storeys. Symmetrical three window range, of hung sashes with glazing bars in flat arches. Door of four fielded and two flush panels. Fanlight with glazing bars in semi circular headed arch.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00442/II 000150 7/84 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  6 South Park Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6AR
Easting:  539368 Northing:  285719 UPRN:  100090062407
Description:  No 6, Hollies, SOUTH PARK STREET
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 double pile house. Two storeys. Local brick, slate roof, end stacks. Dentil eaves cornice. Symmetrical range of three hung sash windows with glazing bars at first floor. Two hung sash windows with glazing bars in cambered arches flank central door of four panels and two flush panels. Doorcase with plain pilasters and entablature. Single storey range to left hand, brick and slate. Late C19 garden wall.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00443/II   7/85 7/86 II   CHATTERIS
Address:  2-6 Station Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6AG
Easting:  539205 Northing:  285911 UPRN:  200002984796
Description:   
Detailed Description:  

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22-Mar-1983 07/00445/II 000156 7/88 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  14 Station Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6AG
Easting:  539149 Northing:  285974 UPRN:  100090062608
Description:  No 14, Gresham House, STATION ROAD
Detailed Description:  Late C18 house. Two storeys and attics. Local brick, old plain tile roof. Shallow, tumbled parapet gables, end stacks. Sawtooth eaves cornice. three dormer windows. Symmetrical range of three hung sash windows with margin glazing bars in cambered arches at first floor. Two similar windows flank central door of four panels and two flush panels, fanlight in round headed arch. Doorcase of semi circular fluted pilasters, broken pediment, and panelled reveals. C19 two storey rear extension, brick and slate roof.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00446/II 000157 7/89 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  17 Station Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6NB
Easting:  539223 Northing:  286026 UPRN:  100090062628
Description:  No 17, STATION ROAD
Detailed Description:  C18 cottage. One storey and attic, possible timber framed, and rendered with brick foundations, corrugated iron roof. Ridge and end stacks, one dormer window. Two hung sash windows with glazing bars to right hand. One, three light horizontal sliding sash window to left hand. Gable end door. LaterC19 lean-to extensions to rear. Once the Boars Head Public House.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00448/II 000163 7/91 II n/a CHATTERIS
Address:  24 Station Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6NB
Easting:  538990 Northing:  285934 UPRN:  100090062634
Description:  Nos 24 and 26, STATION STREET
Detailed Description:  Early C19 houses. One storey and Attics. Local brick, red pantile mansard roof. End stacks. Two dormers with horizontal sliding sash windows with glazing bars. Two hung sash windows with glazing bars in segmental arches at ground floor. Two doors with six and four panels in segmental arches.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00449/II 000163 7/91 II n/a CHATTERIS
Address:  26 Station Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6NB
Easting:  538986 Northing:  285936 UPRN:  100090062635
Description:  Nos 24 and 26, STATION STREET
Detailed Description:  Early C19 houses. One storey and Attics. Local brick, red pantile mansard roof. End stacks. Two dormers with horizontal sliding sash windows with glazing bars. Two hung sash windows with glazing bars in segmental arches at ground floor. Two doors with six and four panels in segmental arches.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00450/II 000164 7/92 II n/a CHATTERIS
Address:  56 Station Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6EL
Easting:  538852 Northing:  285946 UPRN:  100090062667
Description:  Nos 56 and 58, STATION STREET
Detailed Description:  Dated 1852 on plaque. Two storey houses. Gault brick, hipped slate roof. Central stack and end stack. Four hung sash windows in flat headed arches with key block at first floor, and two at ground floor. Double recessed round headed arches with key block above two doorways. Two doors of four panels and two flush panels with round headed fanlights. Bay windows to right and left hand.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00451/II 000164 7/92 II n/a CHATTERIS
Address:  58 Station Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6EL
Easting:  538844 Northing:  285944 UPRN:  100090062669
Description:  Nos 56 and 58, STATION STREET
Detailed Description:  Dated 1852 on plaque. Two storey houses. Gault brick, hipped slate roof. Central stack and end stack. Four hung sash windows in flat headed arches with key block at first floor, and two at ground floor. Double recessed round headed arches with key block above two doorways. Two doors of four panels and two flush panels with round headed fanlights. Bay windows to right and left hand.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00456/II 000175 7/97 II n/a CHATTERIS
Address:  2 Wenny Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6UT
Easting:  539455 Northing:  285800 UPRN:  100090063128
Description:  No 2, WENNY ROAD
Detailed Description:  Circa 1830 house. Gault brick. Hipped, slate roof of shallow pitch. Two storeys. Facade to Wenny Road with three hung sashes with glazing bars in flat arches. Central doorcase of elliptical, engaged columns with plain entablature. Four panelled door with rectangular fanlight. Range of four similar windows to side elevation.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00457/II 000176 7/98 II n/a CHATTERIS
Address:  4 Wenny Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6UT
Easting:  539475 Northing:  285775 UPRN:  100090063132
Description:  Nos 4 and 4A, WENNY ROAD
Detailed Description:  Early C19 house. Gault brick. Slate roof with dentil eaves cornice. Two storeys. Cambered brick arches to three hung sashes with margin lights and one blind window opening. Doorcase of fluted pilasters with entablature with decorated frieze, continuous frieze band and triangular pediment. Door of six raised and fielded panels with semi circular fanlight with glazing bars. Panelled reveals. Passageway with semi circular headed arch to left-hand.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00458/II 000176 7/98 II n/a CHATTERIS
Address:  4A Wenny Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6UT
Easting:  539475 Northing:  285775 UPRN:  100090063131
Description:  Nos 4 and 4A, WENNY ROAD
Detailed Description:  Early C19 house. Gault brick. Slate roof with dentil eaves cornice. Two storeys. Cambered brick arches to three hung sashes with margin lights and one blind window opening. Doorcase of fluted pilasters with entablature with decorated frieze, continuous frieze band and triangular pediment. Door of six raised and fielded panels with semi circular fanlight with glazing bars. Panelled reveals. Passageway with semi circular headed arch to left-hand.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00459/II 000177 7/99 II n/a CHATTERIS
Address:   6 Wenny Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6UT
Easting:  539482 Northing:  285761 UPRN:  100090063135
Description:  No 6, WENNY ROAD
Detailed Description:  Early C19 house. Gault brick slate roof with dentil eaves cornice. Two storeys. First floor has cambered arches to two hung sashes with margin lights on either side of blind central window opening. Two similar windows at ground floor. Semi circular headed arch to central doorway. Panelled door with sealed fanlight.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00461/II 000184 7/100 II n/a CHATTERIS
Address:  2 West Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6HA
Easting:  538786 Northing:  285730 UPRN:  100090063191
Description:  No 2, WEST STREET
Detailed Description:  Late C18 house. Two storeys, and one-story and attic. L-plan local brick, pantiled roof. Tumbled brick parapet gables, end stacks. Two hung sash windows with margin glazing bars in segmental arches at first floor and two similar windows at ground floor. Central door with rectangular fanlight.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00462/II 000186 7/102 II n/a CHATTERIS
Address:  14 West Park Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6AH
Easting:  539219 Northing:  285865 UPRN:  200002984827
Description:  No 14, WEST PARK STREET
Detailed Description:  Late C18 house. Two storeys. Local brick, red pantile roof with tumbled parapet gables and end stacks. Two modern windows at first floor, two similar windows flank modern door.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00463/II 000187 7/103 II n/a CHATTERIS
Address:  26 - 28 West Park Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6AL
Easting:  539220 Northing:  285777 UPRN:  200002984835
Description:  Nos 26 and 28, WEST PARK STREET
Detailed Description:  C18. L-plan house. Two storeys. Local brick, rendered. Red pantile roof with parapet gables and endstacks. Two dormer windows; two hung sash windows with glazing bars in flat arches at both floor levels. Doorways to left of centre with door of four fielded panels and two glazed panels.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00464/II 000188 7/104 II n/a CHATTERIS
Address:  32 West Park Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6AL
Easting:  539217 Northing:  285749 UPRN:  200002984837
Description:  No 32, WEST PARK STREET
Detailed Description:  Circa 1800. Two storey house. Local brick with red pantile roof and end stacks. Two modern windows at both floor levels, and modern central door. Hung sash window with margin glazing bars in round headed arch above doorway. C19 back range to right hand, Gault brick, slate roof.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00465/II 000189 7/106 II n/a CHATTERIS
Address:  36 West Park Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6AL
Easting:  539227 Northing:  285707 UPRN:  200002984839
Description:  No 36, WEST PARK STREET
Detailed Description:  Early C19 house. Three storeys. Local yellow brick, slate roof. End stacks. Symmetrical ranges of five hung sash windows with glazing bars at first and second floors. Four similar hung sash windows in cambered arches at ground floor. Central doorway; doorcase with semi circular reeded pilasters and broken pediment. Six panel door, semi circular fanlight.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00466/II 000190 7/107 II n/a CHATTERIS
Address:  7 West Park Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6AL
Easting:  539242 Northing:  285801 UPRN:  200002984824
Description:  No 7, WEST PARK STREET
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 house. Two storeys. Gault brick, hipped slate roof. End stack. Slight central projection to facade with pediment. Symmetrical range of three hung sash windows with glazing bars in cambered arches at first floor. Similar windows flank central six panel door, and semi circular fanlight, in double recessed, round headed arches.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00467/II 000192 7/108 II n/a CHATTERIS
Address:  1 Wood Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6LJ
Easting:  539425 Northing:  285730 UPRN:  100091517396
Description:  No 1, WOOD STREET
Detailed Description:  C18 house. Two storeys. Local brick, old plain tile roof and modern tile. Tumbled parapet gables, endstacks. Symmetrical range of three hung sash windows with glazing bars in segmental arches at first floor. Two similar windows flank central doorway. Door and doorcase modern.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00760/II   7/7 II listed as 10 CHATTERIS
Address:  10A East Park Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6LD
Easting:  539413 Northing:  285902 UPRN:  100090060869
Description:   
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22-Mar-1983 07/00761/II   7/7 II listed as 10 CHATTERIS
Address:  10B East Park Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6LD
Easting:  539402 Northing:  285899 UPRN:  100090060870
Description:   
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22-Mar-1983 07/00762/II   7/7 II Listed as 10 CHATTERIS
Address:  10D East Park Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6LD
Easting:  539392 Northing:  285894 UPRN:  100090060872
Description:   
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22-Mar-1983 07/00763/II   7/7 II Listed as 10 CHATTERIS
Address:  10C East Park Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6LD
Easting:  539392 Northing:  285894 UPRN:  100090060871
Description:   
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22-Mar-1983 07/00764/II   7/42 II   CHATTERIS
Address:  10 Huntingdon Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6EA
Easting:  539064 Northing:  285768 UPRN:  200002984497
Description:   
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22-Mar-1983 07/00770/II   7/1 II   CHATTERIS
Address:  1 Kent House Black Horse Lane Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6RB
Easting:  539103 Northing:  286752 UPRN:  100091191772
Description:   
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22-Mar-1983 07/00771/II   7/1 II   CHATTERIS
Address:  2 Kent House Black Horse Lane Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6RB
Easting:  539108 Northing:  286743 UPRN:  100091191773
Description:   
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22-Mar-1983 07/00772/II   7/1 II   CHATTERIS
Address:  3 Kent House Black Horse Lane Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6RB
Easting:  539108 Northing:  286743 UPRN:  100091191774
Description:   
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22-Mar-1983 07/00773/II 000001 7/1 II   CHATTERIS
Address:  4 Kent House Black Horse Lane Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6RB
Easting:  539103 Northing:  286752 UPRN:  100091191775
Description:   
Detailed Description:  LIST DESCRIP

Dated 1789 on plaque. House of two storeys and attics. Yellow local brick with red brick quoins and dressings to windows. Red pantiled roof. Five gabled dormers, end stacks. Sawtooth eaves cornice. Symmetrical range of six windows at first and ground floors all with modern casements. Central blind window above central doorway with modern four panelled door. Original outshut to right hand. Interior: Two large inglenook hearths with pine mantel beams. Built by the parish as a workhouse from bricks made of clay from the Slade and fired locally.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00777/II 000056 7/30 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  12 High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BE
Easting:  539360 Northing:  286116 UPRN:  100091517699
Description:  Nos 12 and 14, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Early-mid C18 cottage with late C19 shops to ground floor. Colourwashed brick. Slate roof at two levels. Ridge stack, reduced. Two storeys. Three hung sashes with glazing bars in moulded architraves at first floor.

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22-Mar-1983 07/00778/II 000056 7/30 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  14 High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6BE
Easting:  539355 Northing:  286121 UPRN:  100091517587
Description:  Nos 12 and 14, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Early-mid C18 cottage with late C19 shops to ground floor. Colourwashed brick. Slate roof at two levels. Ridge stack, reduced. Two storeys. Three hung sashes with glazing bars in moulded architraves at first floor.

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23-Mar-1983 07/00317/II 000004 7/2 II gv CHATTERIS
Address:  8 Bridge Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6RF
Easting:  539023 Northing:  286682 UPRN:  100090060560
Description:  No 8, BRIDGE STREET
Detailed Description:  Circa 1800 cottage. Brick, rough cast rendered. Pantiled mansard roof. One storey and attics. Two dormers with hung sashes with central glazing bars. Cambered, rendered arches to two similar sashes at ground floor. Central doorcase of moulded architrave with boss enrichments to frieze, dentilled cornice and triangular pediment. Door of six raised and fielded panels.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00350/II     II   CHATTERIS
Address:  97A High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6NP
Easting:  539126 Northing:  286525 UPRN:  100091517472
Description:   
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22-Feb-1985 07/00788/II 000045 7/22 II 97 CHATTERIS
Address:  97A High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6NP
Easting:  539126 Northing:  286525 UPRN:  100091517472
Description:  No 97, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  LIST DESCRIP

Early C19 shop. Two storeys. Gault brick colourwashed, red pantile mansard roof. End stacks. Two dormers with horizontal sliding sash windows. Shop windows with plain pilasters and entablature flank central doorway.

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26-Jul-2000 07/00369/II   1006/7/10004 II   CHATTERIS
Address:  9 London Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6AS
Easting:  539250 Northing:  285679 UPRN:  100091609550
Description:   
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  07/00444/II     II   CHATTERIS
Address:  10 Station Road Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6AG
Easting:  539183 Northing:  285938 UPRN:  100090062606
Description:   
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  10/00005/II     II   CHATTERIS 1975
Address:  130 High Street Chatteris Cambridgeshire PE16 6NN
Easting:  539046 Northing:  286589 UPRN:  100091191834
Description:   
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22-Feb-1985 07/00584/II 000274 6/82 II gv COATES
Address:  45 Fieldside Coates Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire
Easting:  530773 Northing:  297593 UPRN:  010034161927
Description:  No 45, FIELD
Detailed Description:  Cottage. Probably late C17 or early C18 in origin, altered and repaired in C19 and C20. Timber frame much replaced or cased in brick and part with C20 weatherboarding. Longstraw thatch roof, half hipped to one end, with ridge stack. Original three bay lobby entry plan, possibly extended to link with No 98 South Green. Framing visible in left hand gable end wall. Inside there is an inglenook hearth with C19 mantelpiece similar to that of No 98, and another, later abutting hearth to the parlour.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00585/II   6/82 II 45 and 55 COATES
Address:  Thatchers Cottage 55 Fieldside Coates Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire
Easting:  530820 Northing:  297570 UPRN:  010012125466
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22-Feb-1985 07/00628/II 000315 6/122 II gv COATES
Address:  Holy Trinity Church North Green Coates Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire
Easting:  530533 Northing:  297829 UPRN:  010012122607
Description:  Church of Holy Trinity, NORTH GREEN, COATES,
Detailed Description:  Parish Church. 1840, 1874 and 1890 by J Wild. Yellow brick reroofed with cement tiles. End parapets on stone kneelers and brick eaves cornice and corbel table. Plan of nave, North and South aisles and North East tower over the vestry. Neo Norman style. West end has three graduated single light windows in round headed arches above a doorway with a similar arch of three orders. Similar single light, round headed windows to South and North aisles. North East tower and spire of three stages including the bell stage. Pyramidal spire roof, tiled. Inside. North and South arcade of four bays. Round headed arches of two chamfered orders on columns with moulded capitals and bases. Galleried west end. Tall round headed chancel arch and three bay reredos.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00629/II 000316 6/123 II gv COATES
Address:  The Old Rectory 16 North Green Coates Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire PE7 2BQ
Easting:  530500 Northing:  297852 UPRN:  200002986074
Description:  The Rectory, NORTH GREEN, COATES
Detailed Description:  Rectory. 1773 (dated stone), and mid C19.Yellow Gault brick with steeply pitched slate roof and sawtooth eaves cornice. Original flush end stacks. Two storeys and attic with three cat-slide dormers. Later four pane hung sashes to each. Symmetrical facade of two, two storey mid late C19 canted bays with cement lintels on either side of original central doorway. Original door surround but C20 door. Above is C18 cambered arch window opening, now with four pane hung sash. Between the storeys the dentil band was continued round the canted bays when they were added in the C19. End walls have red brick diaper work and dated stone to right hand gable end. Mid C19 additions at rear. Adjoining service wing to right hand. Yellow brick with slate roof, and ridge stack. Segmental arch to one original three light casement at first floor with arched top panes. Two similar openings at ground floor, one now blocked and the other with a later casement. Adjoining to left-hand is mid C19 school of Gault brick with steeply pitched Collyweston stone slate roof. Brick dripmoulds to C20 casements in original openings. Inside: the rectory retains the original staircase of two flights and landing with square newel and moulded rail, but the balusters have been boxed.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00630/II 000317 6/124 II n/a COATES
Address:  22 North Green Coates Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire
Easting:  530472 Northing:  297924 UPRN:  200002986075
Description:  No 22, NORTH GREEN, COATES
Detailed Description:  Cottage, subdivided, and now one dwelling. Late C17, and early C19 with C20 small addition at rear. Timber framed, and later brick, plaster rendered. Steeply pitched thatched roof now covered with corrugated iron with ridge stack. Probably of original lobby entry and three bay plan, but doorways date from C19 subdivision. One storey and attic. Two dormers. Segmental arches to two original window openings with four pane hung sashes. Each doorway has a flush panelled door. Inside: the framing is not visible but the staircase in the centre room is lateC17 of one flight, closed string and of flat section twisted balusters with moulded rail and a square newel with moulded finial.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00631/II 000319 6/125 II n/a COATES
Address:  40 North Green Coates Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire PE7 2BQ
Easting:  530583 Northing:  297905 UPRN:  200002986085
Description:  No 40, NORTH GREEN, COATES
Detailed Description:  Pair of Cottages. Late C18 or early C19.Brick, rendered with long straw thatch and sawtooth eaves cornice. Ridge stack and end parapets on kneelers. Outshut at rear possibly contemporary. One storey and attic. Two dormers. Each cottage has one doorway and the window, all C20, but possibly in original openings.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00780/II 000327 6/136 II gv COATES
Address:  98 South Green Coates Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire PE7 2BL
Easting:  530779 Northing:  297603 UPRN:  200002985543
Description:  No 98, SOUTH GREEN, COATES.
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Cottage. Late C17 or early C18, and 1784.Originally timber framed but the frame has been substantially replaced or cased by brick. Reed thatch roof with right hand gable end parapet. Ridge stack. Original plan of three bays and lobby entry, but the bay to the left hand has been demolished. Kitchen wing at rear. One storey and attic. Two c1784 segmental arches to two window openings with C20 windows on either side of doorway in similar arch. The sills of the timber framed walls are visible at rear, left hand. Inside. Abutting hearths, one with inglenook andC19 mantel. One room has 1784 corner cupboard with dentil cornice, raised and fielded panelling and shaped shelving. The other room has similar panelling to one wall also with dentil cornice and two doorways, one to a cupboard with shaped shelving and the other to the lobby entry. The doorways are on either side of the fireplace which is flanked by fluted pilasters, and has key block to cornice, narrow mantel and similar panelling to fireplace surround and a single panel to the overmantel. There is a brick inscribed 1784 to the chimney breast at first floor, but this is now obscured. At first floor, in the rear wing some C18 vertical panelling and resetC18 balusters in the staircase.

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25-Jan-1951 07/00471/IISTAR 000891 2/4 G2STAR gv DODDINGTON
Address:  St Marys Church Church Lane Doddington March Cambridgeshire PE15 0TA
Easting:  540019 Northing:  290556 UPRN:  010034158351
Description:  Parish church of St Mary, CHURCH LANE
Detailed Description:  Parish Church. Chancel with priests door,and east walls of aisles mid C13. Nave and tower C14 with aislesextended to west face of tower in late C14 or early C15. South porchand windows to chancel replaced C15. Restoration, C19. Walls offield stones, limestone rubble and reused stones in repaired walls,with limestone dressings. Roofs of lead and slate. South elevation.Tower with angle buttresses, plain parapet and recessed spire withgabled spirelights. Belfry window of two lights with geometrictracery in two centred arch; single quatrefoil light below. Aislewindows, three two light windows with quatrefoil in two centredarches with mask stops to labels, and one three light window.Clerestorey, four windows each with two trefoiled lights andquatrefoil in two centred arches with head stops to labels. Southporch with plain embattled parapets and crocketed angle pinnacles,moulded two centred arch flanked by foiled recessed panels. Chancelwith diagonal buttresses and buttresses of two stages dividing threebays; windows with three cinquefoil lights with embattled and cuspedtransomes. North wall of chancel has an early C13 priests door withdouble corbels each with carved heads supporting inner and outerpointed arched canopy surmounted by C15 crocketed finial. Interior:Nave arcade of four bays with octagonal piers, moulded capitals andbases with double wave moulding to two centred arches. Chancel archwith semi octagonal shafts flanked by two detached shafts, tower archof two chamfered orders. Restored piscina with C13 foiled drains.Nave roof of four bays rebuilt with carved angels at intersections ofmain timbers; C19 barrel roof to chancel. Font C14 octagonal barrelon four shafts. Chancel screen C15, restored. Late C17 panelling inchancel. Carving of Christ with Woman of Samaria possibly Dutch,C18. Memorials: Black marble slab resited in chancel to SeweteriPeyton Barconetti 1717; to Thos Waddington 1722; to Sir Thomas andSir Henry Peyton 1771 and 1789; to Thomas Cole 1797; to IsabellaAnne Peyton 1827; and to Rev Algernon Peyton, Rector (d 1868) .Memorial glass include windows by Buden a Lille 1873, Powell of Leeds1883 and 1874, E Win Leeds 1890 and 1907. Morris and Co window c1865taken from Langton Green Kent and given to the church in 1923,crucifixion by Rosetti, St Peter by Morris, St Paul by F M Brown.Reredos C19, gold mosaic, and brass lectern.

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25-Oct-1951 07/00469/II 000889 2/2 II gv DODDINGTON
Address:  Churchyard Cross St Marys Church Church Lane Doddington March Cambridgeshire
Easting:  540033 Northing:  290607 UPRN:  010034161982
Description:  Churchyard cross north west of churchyard boundary wall, CHURCH LANE
Detailed Description:  Churchyard Cross. C14 base and fragment ofshaft rebuilt C19. Barnack limestone and C19 limestone. Steppedplinth, medieval base of cross with tapering shaft and weatheredangle head stops. Reused, carved figure of Christ wired to head ofcross.

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15-Feb-1985 07/00468/II 000888 2/1 II n/a DODDINGTON
Address:  Doddington Hall Coach House And Stables Church Lane Doddington March Cambridgeshire
Easting:  540028 Northing:  290665 UPRN:  100091192090
Description:  Doddington Hall, Coach House and Stable, CHURCH LANE
Detailed Description:  House, formerly the vicarage. Dated G EWalker 1872, on stone plaque in south wall, by W Smith (1817 to1891 ). Gault brick with limestone dressings; plain tile roofs withpatterned ridge tiles. Two storeys with attics. Tudor Gothic style,cross gabled plan with two wings projecting in east and westelevations. Four side stacks and ridge stack. Stone copings togables with finials, stone bands and plinth. West elevation of threebays with lower service range to north attached to coach house andstables at right angles. Central main entrance with boarded andpanelled door in two centred arch with shafted jambs; gabled woodenopen porch. Windows with hung sashes of one, two, and threetrefoiled lancet lights; two storey bay window to right hand withpent roof. In east elevation, oriel window at first floor and finethree light staircase window with stained glass. Interior originaldetails include closed string staircase and panelled and glazedwooden hall screen.

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15-Feb-1985 07/00470/II 000890 2/3 II gv DODDINGTON
Address:  Lych Gate Church Lane Doddington March Cambridgeshire
Easting:  540013 Northing:  290593 UPRN:  010034161983
Description:  Lych gate, CHURCH LANE
Detailed Description:  Lych gate. Dated 1907 on lintel. Decoratedstyle. Oak framed with hipped red plain tile roof surmounted by awooden cross. Limestone and rubble plinth. Pilastered posts withcurved brackets to roof timbers; wooden cill beams. Pair of oakgates with pierced panels.

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15-Feb-1985 07/00472/II 000892 2/12 II n/a DODDINGTON
Address:  122 Headstones Doddington Cemetery Church Lane Doddington March Cambridgeshire
Easting:  540066 Northing:  290586 UPRN:  010034160575
Description:  Headstones in churchyard of the Church of St Mary east of the path to the south
Detailed Description:  Headstones. Two, early C18; Eighteen, midC18; Thirty six, late C18; Forty one, early C19; Twenty five, midC19. The remaining are indecipherable but are late C18 and earlyC19.Limestone slabs with moulded shaped heads and with Rococo and GreekRevival designs. Lettering incised and usually painted black. Twogroups, totalling ten headstones (A and B on plan), are outstandingin craftsmanship and design and date from 1731 to 1786. Oneheadstone (k, on plan), has the masons signature, D Wade, ofDoddington. The headstones have been reset but remain in familygroupings. Thirteen examples have been described in detail asrepresentative of some of the groups.Headstone (a on plan) Dated 1763. Limestone slab with mouldedshaped head terminating in scrolls, central crown with two trumpetsflanked by angel heads and festoons of flowers. Oval convex plaqueinscribed, Thomas Jarman 1763.Headstone (b on plan) Dated 1799. Limestone slab with moulded,shouldered round head. Carved figure in oval medallion with C Svine and palm decoration. Round, slightly, convex plaque inscribedto Mary Hoggard 1799Headstone (c on plan) Dated 1746. Limestone slab with mouldedshaped head. Two angel heads with scroll and flower swags.Inscription on drape to: Mary wife of Isaac Garner .... 1746.Headstone (d on plan) Dated 1776. Limestone slab with mouldedshouldered and round head. Dove with flanking angel heads, C Sscroll decoration enclosing round plaque inscribed to: HenryNeighbours .... 1776Headstone (e on plan) Dated 1781. Limestone slab with mouldedshouldered round head. Standing figure of angel holding a trumpetrising from an urn with scull and bones. Plaque inscribed to: JohnBurges .... 1781Headstone (f on plan) Dated 1746. Limestone slab with mouldedshouldered round head. Angel head with C S scroll decoration andswags with round headed and shouldered plaque inscribed to: Marydaughter of William and Mary York .... 1746Headstone (g on plan) Dated 1769. Limestone slab with mouldedshouldered and round head. Dove and cloud with two angel heads andcartouche devices enclosing circular plaque inscribed to: JacobJarman .... 1769Headstone (h on plan) Dated 1769. Limestone slab with mouldedshouldered and round head. Figure standing holding distaff withchild in Gothic archway with drapes. Slightly convex octagonalplaque with laurel wreath enclosing inscription to: Mary the wife ofJames Eagle .... 1769Headstone (i on plan) Dated 1737. Limestone slab with round headterminating in scrolls. Angel head with folded wings, two floretdesigns. Raised round plaque inscribed to: Willm Boyden .... 1737Headstone (j on plan) Dated 1808 and 1829. Limestone slab, withmoulded shouldered round head. Design with angel head, shell, andhorns with corn and flowers. Double commemoration open bookplaque to: Marshall John son of Benm and Mary Bayin ? .... 1808,also Mary Ann their daughter .... 1815, also Benjamin Bayin ? ....1929.Headstone (k on plan) Dated 1817, 1819, 1927 by D Wade, mason ofDoddington. Limestone slab with shouldered and round head. Angelhead and swags enclosing plaque inscribed to: Ann the wife ofBonfield Dunham .... 1827 also Ann the wife of John Childs ....1817, also John Childs ... 1819Headstone (l on plan) Dated 1809. Limestone slab with mouldedshouldered and round head. Design of seated figured medallion withdrapes and angel head. Double plaque inscribed to: George Fisher.... 1809 also his wife SarahHeadstone (m on plan) Dated 1771. Limestone slab with mouldedshouldered and round head. Shouldered plaque enclosed with swagswith bust of man and woman above facing each other and pair of handsbetween placing a wedding ring. Plaque inscribed to: Mary the wifeof John Richard .... 1771 with the following inscription below:All you that stop to read this stone, consider how soon she wasgone, death doth not always warning give, therefore be careful howyou live

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15-Feb-1985 07/00473/II   1/5 2/5 II   DODDINGTON
Address:  2 Church Lane Doddington Cambridgeshire PE15 0TA
Easting:  539998 Northing:  290470 UPRN:  100090065044
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15-Feb-1985 07/00476/II 000896 1/7 II gv DODDINGTON
Address:  Doddington Methodist Chapel New Street Doddington March Cambridgeshire PE15 0SP
Easting:  539924 Northing:  290742 UPRN:  100091516589
Description:  Methodist Chapel, NEW STREET
Detailed Description:  Methodist Chapel. June five 1888 inscribed onfour foundation stones. Red brick with terracotta brick bands anddecoration. Limestone copings. Slate roof. Gable to street,symmetrical arrangement with two round arched entrances slightlyadvanced approached by stone steps with boarded doors. Three roundarched leaded light windows linked by moulded brick label. Two largetwo centred arched windows linked by label to gallery floor withround window above. Brick buttresses. Gable finials to quoins andapex finial. Interior contemporary details complete.

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15-Feb-1985 07/00477/II 000895 1/6 II gv DODDINGTON
Address:  The Clock Tower New Street Doddington March Cambridgeshire
Easting:  539948 Northing:  290752 UPRN:  010012124303
Description:  Clock tower, NEW STREET
Detailed Description:  Clock tower. Late C19 inscribed PublicMemorial, Queen Victoria, Record Reign, 1837 to 1897, on archesto open first stage. Red brick with yellow gault brick andlimestone dressings. Leaded pyramidal roof with weathervane. Threestages, square plan. Round headed arches on imposts. Stepped band,single light windows in round headed arches at second stage withthree clock faces above. Enclosed by iron railings and timbercorner posts.

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05-Nov-1991 07/00474/II   1 2/10000 II   DODDINGTON
Address:  4 Church Lane Doddington Cambridgeshire PE15 0TA
Easting:  540002 Northing:  290422 UPRN:  100090065046
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23-Jun-1952 07/00646/II 000715 11/2 II n/a ELM
Address:  The Limes Begdale Road Elm Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE14 0BQ
Easting:  546872 Northing:  306903 UPRN:  100091193317
Description:  The Limes, BEGDALE ROAD
Detailed Description:  Home, c1780. Local brick, mainly red,Flemish bond with rebuilt parapet. Roof of asbestos tiles. Tumbledend parapets and end stacks. T-plan. Two storeys and attics withband at eaves height and between storeys. Gauged, red brick archesto range of five flush frame hung sashes with glazing bars and openboxing. Central doorway with flat hood on enriched scrollbrackets. Panelled door with rectangular fanlight with Gothickglazing bars. Interior. Original open string staircase of fourflights, three turned balusters to each tread with a swept andmoulded rail. One ground floor room is lined with originalpanelling in two heights and has a marble fireplace of c1830.Similar panelling to one bedroom, with shouldered surround toovermantel .

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23-Jun-1952 07/00653/I 000724 11/10 I n/a ELM
Address:  All Saints Church Main Road Elm Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE14 0AB
Easting:  546987 Northing:  306883 UPRN:  010012123928
Description:  Church of All Saints, MAIN ROAD
Detailed Description:  Fine parish church, early and late C13 witha C15 hammerbeam roof. Only minor C19 restorations and additions.West tower, early C13 of coursed Barnack ashlar. Embattled and offour stages on splayed plinth. Three stage buttressing with mainnewel staircase in south west corner. At each corner of bell stageis an octagonal turret embattled. Moulded main cornice with corbeltable of mask ornament. West doorway has round headed arch of threehollow and roll moulded orders on three recessed shafts. The northand south walls of the ground stage have blind arcading in fourbays. Two centred, hollow and roll moulded orders and a continuousroll moulded label. West window of three chamfered lancets above aband of nail head ornament, and the north and south walls havearcading of three bays and two half bays each. Chamfered twocentred arches with continuous label, moulded and the bays dividedand flanked by banded shafts. Each wall of the second stage hassimilar blind arcading of four bays, one pierced, and one half bay.Bell stage, also early C13, with two similar lancet openings withshafted angles in a round headed arch. Nave of rubblestone withBarnack dressings to windows. Low pitched roof, C15, leaded withC13 corbel table to eaves. Later C13 clerestorey of ten windows toeach side. Two centred arches of two chamfered orders with rollmoulded label and mask stops. South aisle, also late C13 . Fourwindows. Two centred arches of two cinquefoil lights with foiledheads. Two C15 windows of three cinquefoil lights with verticaltracery in four centred arches. South doorway of four hollow androll moulded orders in two centred arch. Chancel, C13 with C14fenestration. Steeply pitched roof. In south wall, two trefoillights with foiled head in two centred arch. East window, restoredof five trefoil lights with a foiled head. C14 north aisle and C19north porch. North doorway, particularly fine, early C13. Of sevenhollow and roll moulded orders, on attached shafts. Interior. Therear arches to the windows in the west tower are two centred anddouble chamfered, on grouped shafts, keeled with moulded capitalsand bases. C13 main newel staircase entry in south west corner withgallery at first floor leading to second newel staircase in northwest corner. On the ground floor in the north west corner is asmall chamber with a ribbed domical roof carried on corbels carvedwith masks. The arcading to the east wall of the tower is visiblein the gable end of the later C13 roof. Tower arch is two centredand of two chamfered orders, the inner on responds of half round,keeled columns. Nave, north and south arcades of six bays with twocentred arches of two chamfered orders with continuous mouldedlabel, on alternating round and octagonal columns with round andoctagonal capitals with holdwater bases. Rear arches of later C13clerestorey also chamfered with angle shafts. The roof was raisedin C15. Double hammerbeam and of ten bays. The jack posts arecarved on bull nose corbels of stone and the posts, braces andspandrels are moulded and carved. There are angels with outspreadwings at the termination of the hammerbeams. North aisle also hasC15 roof. East of the north and south doorways is a demi pier, C13,and probably for a screen. The rear arches of the windows in thesouth aisle also have angle shafts to the chamfered arches. Chancelarch two centred and of two chamfered orders, inner on responds ofhalf octagonal shafts. Above the chancel arch and partly obscuredby the hammerbeam is a C13 two centred arch, roll moulded onattached shafts. In the chancel and at sill height is a stringcourse, C13, roll moulded. Slabs. In the nave. Eight late C17 orearly C18 with inscriptions. Glass. Late C19. One in chancel andone in south aisle by Thomas Curtis, Ward and Hugh, 1898.Monuments. In south aisle wall monument, 1766 to David Waite andAnn, his wife. Wall monuments, 1787 to John Goddard and Sarah, hiswife.

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01-May-1975 07/00650/II 000721 11/7 II gv ELM
Address:  The Sportsman Main Road Elm Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE14 0AG
Easting:  546917 Northing:  306807 UPRN:  100091646979
Description:  Sportsman Public House, MAIN ROAD
Detailed Description:  Cottage of late C17 origin and possibly theservice wing to Black Horse Cottage, adjoining. Brick, rendered withpantiled roof and end parapet. One storey and attic. Two dormers.Two mid C19 hung sashes with central glazing bar on either side ofentry.

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01-May-1975 07/00652/II 000722 11/8 II gv ELM
Address:  Elm Manor Main Road Elm Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE14 0AG
Easting:  546928 Northing:  306799 UPRN:  100091514931
Description:  Black Horse Cottage, MAIN ROAD
Detailed Description:  Home, dated 1663 and inscribed RSM on stonepanel to gable end of porch. Red brick, English bond with steeplypitched roof of C19 pantiles. Original end stack to north and laterend stack to south. Two storeys, framed by rusticated pilasters alsoof red brick and with a moulded brick band to upper edge of thickenedground floor wall. Original rusticated surrounds, elliptical archesand raised key blocks to two later, three light casements. Twosimilar casements and surrounds at ground floor. Original two storeynow blocked, with similar rusticated surround above a pedimenteddoorway with similar key block and surround.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00647/II 000717 11/5 II gv ELM
Address:  Corner Cottage Halfpenny Lane Elm Cambridgeshire PE14 0AE
Easting:  547023 Northing:  306992 UPRN:  200002990103
Description:  Corner Cottage, HALFPENNY LANE
Detailed Description:  House, late C18 or early C19. Brown brick,English bond to side walls, and steeply pitched slate roof withtumbled gable ends and end stacks, one to south original. Twostoreys. Stone sills and segmental arches to two flush framecasements with glazing bars. Flat arches to two similar windows anddoorway, at right hand side.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00649/II 000720 11/6 II n/a ELM
Address:  War Memorial Main Road Elm Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546925 Northing:  306847 UPRN:  010034162004
Description:  War Memorial, MAIN ROAD
Detailed Description:  World War I Memorial. Limestone cross onoctagonal base with three octagonal steps. Inscriptions to base.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00660/II 000726 11/12 II gv ELM
Address:  Chest Tomb 1 All Saints Church Yard Main Road Elm Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546979 Northing:  306903 UPRN:  010034161912
Description:  Two chest tombs, west of pathway to north of church, MAIN ROAD
Detailed Description:  (i) Chest tomb, late C18 . Limestone. Moulded edge to top and base, with fluted panels to corners and oval tablets for inscriptions in sides with fan motif to spandrels. At one end, a glory above adult female figure of Hope with anchor, an urn partially draped. At other end a swagged and raised curtain above an adult female weeper. (ii) Chest tomb, similar to (i) .

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31-Oct-1983 07/00661/II 000726 11/12 II gv ELM
Address:  Chest Tomb 2 All Saints Church Yard Main Road Elm Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546979 Northing:  306899 UPRN:  010034161913
Description:  Two chest tombs, west of pathway to north of church, MAIN ROAD
Detailed Description:  (i) Chest tomb, late C18 . Limestone. Moulded edge to top and base, with fluted panels to corners and oval tablets for inscriptions in sides with fan motif to spandrels. At one end, a glory above adult female figure of Hope with anchor, an urn partially draped. At other end a swagged and raised curtain above an adult female weeper. (ii) Chest tomb, similar to (i) .

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31-Oct-1983 07/00662/II   11/13 II   ELM
Address:  Head Stone 1 All Saints Church Yard Main Road Elm Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546987 Northing:  306895 UPRN:  010034161914
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31-Oct-1983 07/00663/II   11/13 II   ELM
Address:  Head Stone 2 All Saints Church Yard Main Road Elm Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546987 Northing:  306899 UPRN:  010034161915
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31-Oct-1983 07/00664/II   11/13 II   ELM
Address:  Head Stone 3 All Saints Church Yard Main Road Elm Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546987 Northing:  306901 UPRN:  010034161916
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31-Oct-1983 07/00665/II   11/13 II   ELM
Address:  Head Stone 4 All Saints Church Yard Main Road Elm Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546987 Northing:  306903 UPRN:  010034161917
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31-Oct-1983 07/00666/II   11/13 II   ELM
Address:  Head Stone 5 All Saints Church Yard Main Road Elm Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546987 Northing:  306905 UPRN:  010034161918
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31-Oct-1983 07/00667/II   11/13 II   ELM
Address:  Head Stone 7 All Saints Church Yard Main Road Elm Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546987 Northing:  306911 UPRN:  010034161920
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31-Oct-1983 07/00668/II   11/13 II   ELM
Address:  Head Stone 8 All Saints Church Yard Main Road Elm Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546986 Northing:  306914 UPRN:  010034161922
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31-Oct-1983 07/00669/II   11/13 II   ELM
Address:  Head Stone 9 All Saints Church Yard Main Road Elm Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546986 Northing:  306917 UPRN:  010034161923
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31-Oct-1983 07/00670/II   11/13 II   ELM
Address:  Head Stone 6 All Saints Church Yard Main Road Elm Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546986 Northing:  306908 UPRN:  010034161919
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31-Oct-1983 07/00671/II 000727 11/14 II gv ELM
Address:  White House Main Road Elm Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE14 0AT
Easting:  547003 Northing:  306763 UPRN:  100091193999
Description:  White House, MAIN ROAD
Detailed Description:  Cottage, mid-late C17 with adjoining barn onnorth of similar date, forming an L plan. Red brick, painted white,English bond, part repaired, on plinth. Thatched roof and tumbledbrickwork to parapets at gable ends and between cottage and barn.The parapets are shaped at the apex. Ridge stack. One storey andattics. One gabled dormer to cottage and a window and doorway atground floor. The barn has a dormer with boarded opening probably toa hayloft or granary. The brickwork of the window arches is similarto that of Black Horse Cottage, Elm.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00679/II 000735 11/19 II gv ELM
Address:  Halfpenny House Rose Lane Elm Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE14 0AE
Easting:  547003 Northing:  306984 UPRN:  100091514857
Description:  Halfpenny House, ROSE LANE
Detailed Description:  House, c1841. Local brick with red brickdressings to door and window surrounds. Steeply pitched plain tileroof with end parapets and end stacks with projecting capping. Planof two parallel linked ranges. Two storeys. Three gabled andparapetted eaves dormers with the parapet on kneelers. Moulded andcut brick reveals to three casements with glazing bars terminating inpointed arches. Two similar windows on either side of original,parapetted, gabled porch. Four centred outer arch of moulded redbrick. Inner archway with original door with two pointed and glazedlights on either side of a similar panel.

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28-Apr-1994 07/00654/II 000725 11/11 II gv ELM
Address:  Table Tomb 1 All Saints Church Yard Main Road Elm Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546980 Northing:  306915 UPRN:  010034161905
Description:  Six table tombs, abutting west wall of church, MAIN ROAD
Detailed Description:  Six table tombs, mid and late C18 to Blackborn and Jenkinson families. Limestone. One with shaped endsand inverted scroll brackets to corners. Bolection moulded andraised and fielded panels to sides and a shallow round headed nicheto one end with a weeper. Another is similar but rectangular and hasthe bolection moulded panels divided by a panel of fruit and foliage.The corners have similar ornament and at the end a panel with otheremblems of mortality. A third tomb is probably late C18 or earlyC19, and neoclassical in style.

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28-Apr-1994 07/00655/II 000725 11/11 II gv ELM
Address:  Table Tomb 2 All Saints Church Yard Main Road Elm Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546976 Northing:  306914 UPRN:  010034161906
Description:  Six table tombs, abutting west wall of church, MAIN ROAD
Detailed Description:  Six table tombs, mid and late C18 to Blackborn and Jenkinson families. Limestone. One with shaped endsand inverted scroll brackets to corners. Bolection moulded andraised and fielded panels to sides and a shallow round headed nicheto one end with a weeper. Another is similar but rectangular and hasthe bolection moulded panels divided by a panel of fruit and foliage.The corners have similar ornament and at the end a panel with otheremblems of mortality. A third tomb is probably late C18 or earlyC19, and neoclassical in style.

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28-Apr-1994 07/00656/II 000725 11/11 II gv ELM
Address:  Table Tomb 3 All Saints Church Yard Main Road Elm Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546972 Northing:  306912 UPRN:  010034161907
Description:  Six table tombs, abutting west wall of church, MAIN ROAD
Detailed Description:  Six table tombs, mid and late C18 to Blackborn and Jenkinson families. Limestone. One with shaped endsand inverted scroll brackets to corners. Bolection moulded andraised and fielded panels to sides and a shallow round headed nicheto one end with a weeper. Another is similar but rectangular and hasthe bolection moulded panels divided by a panel of fruit and foliage.The corners have similar ornament and at the end a panel with otheremblems of mortality. A third tomb is probably late C18 or earlyC19, and neoclassical in style.

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28-Apr-1994 07/00657/II 000725 11/11 II gv ELM
Address:  Table Tomb 4 All Saints Church Yard Main Road Elm Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546969 Northing:  306910 UPRN:  010034161908
Description:  Six table tombs, abutting west wall of church, MAIN ROAD
Detailed Description:  Six table tombs, mid and late C18 to Blackborn and Jenkinson families. Limestone. One with shaped endsand inverted scroll brackets to corners. Bolection moulded andraised and fielded panels to sides and a shallow round headed nicheto one end with a weeper. Another is similar but rectangular and hasthe bolection moulded panels divided by a panel of fruit and foliage.The corners have similar ornament and at the end a panel with otheremblems of mortality. A third tomb is probably late C18 or earlyC19, and neoclassical in style.

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28-Apr-1994 07/00658/II 000725 11/11 II gv ELM
Address:  Table Tomb 5 All Saints Church Yard Main Road Elm Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546964 Northing:  306906 UPRN:  010034161910
Description:  Six table tombs, abutting west wall of church, MAIN ROAD
Detailed Description:  Six table tombs, mid and late C18 to Blackborn and Jenkinson families. Limestone. One with shaped endsand inverted scroll brackets to corners. Bolection moulded andraised and fielded panels to sides and a shallow round headed nicheto one end with a weeper. Another is similar but rectangular and hasthe bolection moulded panels divided by a panel of fruit and foliage.The corners have similar ornament and at the end a panel with otheremblems of mortality. A third tomb is probably late C18 or earlyC19, and neoclassical in style.

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28-Apr-1994 07/00659/II 000725 11/11 II gv ELM
Address:  Table Tomb 6 All Saints Church Yard Main Road Elm Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546959 Northing:  306903 UPRN:  010034161911
Description:  Six table tombs, abutting west wall of church, MAIN ROAD
Detailed Description:  Six table tombs, mid and late C18 to Blackborn and Jenkinson families. Limestone. One with shaped endsand inverted scroll brackets to corners. Bolection moulded andraised and fielded panels to sides and a shallow round headed nicheto one end with a weeper. Another is similar but rectangular and hasthe bolection moulded panels divided by a panel of fruit and foliage.The corners have similar ornament and at the end a panel with otheremblems of mortality. A third tomb is probably late C18 or earlyC19, and neoclassical in style.

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23-Jun-1952 07/00683/I 000794 6/23 I n/a LEVERINGTON
Address:  Leverington Hall Church Road Leverington Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 5DE
Easting:  544564 Northing:  311262 UPRN:  100091193607
Description:  Leverington Hall, CHURCH ROAD
Detailed Description:  A particularly fine house, c1630, oforiginal hall and north cross wing plan with a cross wing added tothe south end in the early C18. Red brick, English bond to rearwall, with tiled roofs to front and stone slates to rear. Rebuiltgable ends to cross wing fronts, originally shaped, with tumbled endparapets to rear. Modillion eaves cornice of wood, early C18,returned to cross wings. Hall range has side stack at rear withthree detached shafts with linked capping and a similar ridge stackat the south end. Each cross wing also has a similar side stack.Two storeys and attics with band between storeys. Hall with threedormers with broken pediments. Range of five original, cross framecasements with leaded lights. Four similar windows at ground flooron either side of C19 gabled porch of brick. Each gable end of thecross wings has four similar casements and, in the attics, twosmaller ones without mullions and transomes. Lead rainwater headdated 1716 with crest and initials T S E (Thomas and ElizabethSwaine) . Early C18 forecourt walls of finely jointed red brickwith piers with stone cornices and pineapple finials of stone.Interior. Original moulded main beam to the hall. The panelling isearly C18 raised and fielded in two heights with moulded dado andcornice. Shouldered surround to fireplace overmantel. Hall dividedin late C17 or early C18 and smaller room lined with bolectionmoulded and raised and fielded panelling. Part of the hall haspaving of stone. North cross wing has one room with fine late C17bolection moulded panelling and a late C18 fireplace surround. Themain staircase is of four flights and two landings. Late C17 closedstring with turned balusters, moulded rail and square newels. Dadoalso has bolection moulded and raised and fielded panelling.Bedroom in north cross wing with similar bolection mouldedpanelling. South cross wing ground floor room, formerly thekitchen, with large inglenook hearth and early C18 tiled floor, withblack and white setts. The first floor room has reset c1630 sunkenpanelling probably removed from a ground floor room when the crosswing was added. Bolection moulded fireplace surround, of marble.The back staircase is of four flights, closed string with turnedbalusters with square newels. The house was probably built forRobert Swaine (d 1705)

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23-Jun-1952 07/00690/I 000798 6/27 I gv LEVERINGTON
Address:  St Leonards Church Gorefield Road Leverington Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  544493 Northing:  311401 UPRN:  010012122777
Description:  Church of St Leonard, GOREFIELD ROAD
Detailed Description:  Parish church. The lower stages of the tower and partof the south wall and arcading between chancel and south chapelare mid C13, the south aisle and porch are C14. The C13 nave wasrebuilt in C15 when the north aisle was added. Particularlynoteworthy are the west tower and spire, south porch and themonuments in the south chapel. West tower of Barnack ashlar.Embattled and of four stages on splayed plinth with octagonal turretsat the eaves. Four stage angle buttressing with newel staircases insouth west and north west angles. C14 gabled west doorway. Twocentred arch, hollow and roll moulded orders, the roll mouldingcarried on an attached shaft with moulded capital and base. In thegable is a niche with a figure, probably of a priest. The firststage of the west wall has two lancets with banded angle shafts andthere is similar arcading of three bays with the central bay piercedon the north and south walls. Second stage has similar fenestrationbut there are three banded angle shafts between the lancets. In theeast wall similar openings are blocked by the later roof of the nave.C14 bell stage. Two centred arch to two trefoil openings with afoiled head. C14 spire of Barnack ashlar with three tiers of gabledspire lights. Nave, rebuilt C15 of coursed Barnack with low pitch,roof of C19 slates. Clerestorey of six windows, each of threecinquefoil lights in four centred heads. South aisle, C14, with C15embattled parapet to roof and C15 fenestration of fivewindows, each of three cinquefoil lights. Fine south porch withparvise room above, C14, restored 1939. Rubble with coursed stone tobuttressing and newel staircase in north west corner. Gabled roofwith parapet and running foliate ornament to ridge and gable, withthe corners and apex surmounted by a finial. Two storeys. Niche ingable end, cinquefoil head in ogee arch with ornament and flanked bysquare piers above a C14 window of two cinquefoil lights in an ogeearch. The outer archway has hollow and roll mouldings in an ogeearch and is flanked by two similar C14 niches. The interior of theporch is in two bays with quadripartite vaulting springing fromattached shafts with embattled capitals. South chapel, C13 originsbut rebuilt C14. Three windows, one blocked, others restored. Ofthree cinquefoil lights in a pointed arch. The east window is offive lights with decorated tracery in a two centred arch. Chancel,C14. The south wall has one window of three lights with transomforming a low side, with vertical tracery and two centred arch.Interior. The north and south walls of the tower have at first andsecond stages deep splays to reveals of centre window openings.Doorway to newel staircase with two centred arch of single chamferedorder. Tower arch, C15 of three hollow moulded orders with stiffleaf foliate capitals on attached shafts with moulded bases. Nave,north and south arcades of six bays, C15. Two centred arches ofsingle hollow moulded order with moulded label contrived as attachedshaft to piers. Each pier, square, set diagonally, with attachedshafts to two angles, moulded capitals and bases. The attachedshafts are carried up and terminate in corbels for jack posts of theroof. The gable end of the C13 roof can be seen in the east wall ofthe tower. Chancel, C14 with C15 fenestration to north and southwalls and a C13 arcade of two bays between chancel and south chapel.Two centred, hollow and roll moulded arches on columns of fourgrouped shafts with moulded capitals and bases. Sedilia, C14 ofthree bays. Two centred, hollow moulded orders. Communion rail, midlate C17. Twisted balusters with moulded rail. Lectern, late C15,restored. In form of eagle, and of wood, painted. Glazing. Eastwindow of north aisle, Tree of Jesse, C15, restored 1900. In southchapel pieta with kneeling saints and donors, C15, reset. Wallmonuments in south chapel. Thomas Crosse, 1633, John Cross, 1743,Daniel Swain, 1782, and Mary his wife, 1804. Spelman Swain, 1761.Mary Swaine, 1731, and John Swaine, 1752. Font C15. Octagonalwit

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29-Mar-1978 07/00684/II 000795 6/24 II gv LEVERINGTON
Address:  The Dovecote Dowgate Road Leverington Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  544643 Northing:  310635 UPRN:  010012124211
Description:  Dovecote, rear of Beechwood, DOWGATE ROAD
Detailed Description:  Dovecote, C18. Octagonal. Red brick withhipped roof of tiles now collapsed. Two storeys with band betweenstoreys and entry in west side. Inside the nesting boxes are intact.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00691/II 000799 6/28 II gv LEVERINGTON
Address:  Base Of Cross South Of Porch St Leonards Church Gorefield Road Leverington Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  544483 Northing:  311390 UPRN:  010034162007
Description:  Base of Cross, south of porch to St Leonards Church, GOREFIELD ROAD
Detailed Description:  Base of medieval stone cross, originally atFitton end, Newton

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31-Oct-1983 07/00697/II 000804 6/34 II   LEVERINGTON
Address:  War Memorial St Leonards Churchyard Gorefield Road Leverington Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  544460 Northing:  311354 UPRN:  010034162030
Description:  War memorial in cemetery, GOREFIELD ROAD
Detailed Description:  World War I war memorial, c1920 Limestone.Cross with foliated ends on octagonal column with a square base.Each side of the base is gabled and has simplified running foliateornament and, at the angles, a diagonal buttress surmounted by acrocketed finial. Inscription in panel with two centred head to eachside of base.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00704/II 000810 6/38 II gv LEVERINGTON
Address:  Coachhouse And Stables Fencroft Leverington Common Leverington Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  544431 Northing:  310794 UPRN:  010034161736
Description:  Coach house and stables west of Fencroft, LEVERINGTON COMMON
Detailed Description:  Coach house and stables, c1830 Red brick,English bond with later interlocking tile roof. Tumbled gable ends.Two storeys. Segmental arches to three windows at first floor. Onelarge coach house opening at ground floor, now partly blocked.External staircase of wood to west gable end. First floor doorwaywith boarded door.

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15-Apr-1991 07/00687/II   6/122 II   LEVERINGTON
Address:  Walled Garden Wall And Gate Piers West And South West Of The Grange The Still Leverington Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  544445 Northing:  310718 UPRN:  010034162005
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26-Apr-1991 07/00686/II   6/121 II   LEVERINGTON
Address:  Peppermint Hall The Still Leverington Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 5DQ
Easting:  544474 Northing:  310721 UPRN:  100091196126
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13-Mar-1951 07/00544/II 000239 23/46 II gv MARCH
Address:  3 West End March Cambridgeshire PE15 8DR
Easting:  541579 Northing:  296784 UPRN:  100090071868
Description:  Nos 3, 3A and 3B, WEST END
Detailed Description:  House, now subdivided, c1790. Gault brick with paler bricks to front wall and red brick arches to windows. Parapetted steeply pitched roof, possibly of Collyweston slates, and original end stacks with string course. Plan of single range without shut at rear. Two storeys and attics. Three dormers. Symmetrical elevation of five recessed twelve pane hung sashes in flat gauged red brick arches. Plain band at eaves height and between storeys. Central doorway with original broken pedimented doorcase of moulded pilasters with plain entablature. Original door of four raised and fielded and two flush panels and fanlight with radial and swagged glazing bars. Inside: Symmetrical plan of parlour and dining room flanking a hall and stairbay. Original staircase not seen but believed to be intact. Late C18 door of six raised and fielded panels.

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13-Mar-1951 07/00547/IISTAR 000242 23/49 G2STAR n/a MARCH
Address:  38 West End March Cambridgeshire PE15 8DN
Easting:  541359 Northing:  296817 UPRN:  100090071755
Description:  No 38, WEST END
Detailed Description:  House. Dated 1626, extended early C19.Local red brick, English bond with low pitch early C19 roof of slate. The kneelers of the 1626 gable end parapet with cut and moulded brickwork are visible at the front right hand. End stacks, the one to the left hand projects and also has cut and moulded brickwork. Two storeys. Front wall has typical thickening of the ground floor wall. Three casements, C20 at first floor. Stone with date 1626 in front wall. Central doorway with C19 raised and fielded panelled door with two small glazed upper panels. Inside: One ground floor room has ovolo moulded joists and particularly fine carving to the soffits of two main beams. The main beam nearest the river is carved with stylised foliage and three male and female maskheads. The other has grotesque heads and fantastic animals. Another room has C18 raised and fielded panelling to the dado and late C18, shouldered fireplace surround with frieze of festoons and in the centre a pastoral scene of a shepherd, dog and sheep. In the original rear wall of the 1626 house there are two, four light ovolo mullion windows with iron saddle bars. One window has had two mullions removed. The staircase dates from the extension in earlyC19, open string with turned newel, square section balusters and scroll tread ends.

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19-Sep-1974 07/00546/II 000241 23/48 II n/a MARCH
Address:  Royal British Legion Club West End March Cambridgeshire PE15 8DP
Easting:  541458 Northing:  296823 UPRN:  100091609912
Description:  No 27, (British Legion), WEST END
Detailed Description:  House. Late C18 or early C19. Local Gault brick English bond with parapetted roof now covered with cement tiles. Tumbled gable end parapets. Original plan of two parallel linked ranges. Two storeys. Plain bands at eaves height and between storeys. Range of six recessed hung sashes of twelve panes each. Principal entry in late C19 porch to side, originally in front wall right hand. Round headed arch to staircase window in rear wall.

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10-Oct-1978 07/00522/II 000216 23/23 II n/a MARCH
Address:  St Peters Church High Street March Cambridgeshire PE15 9JR
Easting:  541711 Northing:  296454 UPRN:  010012122947
Description:  Church of St Peter, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Parish Church, 1880, by T H Wyatt. Rockfaced stone with dressed stone to doors and windows. Tiled roofs. North West porch tower with spire, nave, North and South aisles, chancel and south porch. In Early English style. Three stage Northwest tower with gabled porch at ground stage, and surmounted by an octagonal fourth stage with ashlared spire. Plate tracery to fenestration including rose window at the West end. Inside nave arcade in four bays with two centred arches on short round columns with crocketed capitals.

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18-Nov-1981 07/00543/II 000238 23/45 II gv MARCH
Address:  Old Bank House 2 West End March Cambridgeshire PE15 8DR
Easting:  541597 Northing:  296788 UPRN:  100090071721
Description:  Old Bank House, WEST END
Detailed Description:  House, probably mid to late C17.Remodelled mid C19. Soft red brick English bond, stuccoed mid C19and incised in imitation of stone ashlar. Slate roof with mid C19ridge stack of four grouped octagonal shafts on rectangular base. Parapetted gable ends with similar end stacks. Plan of main range with outshut at rear. Two storeys and attic. Principal elevation with three mid to late C17 shaped gables, framed by rusticated pilaster strips. The outer gables each have moulded reveals to across frame casement in the attic storey above a two storey canted bay. Centre gable has a casement in a stepped arch with dripmould, above a Roman Doric porch to off centre entry. Rusticated doorway surround in round arch and panelled door. Inside plan of central hall and stairbay with flanking dining room and parlour. C18 open string staircase with column balusters to newels and moulded rail.

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22-Feb-1983 07/00521/II 000215 23/22 II gv MARCH
Address:  38 High Street March Cambridgeshire PE15 9JR
Easting:  541679 Northing:  296545 UPRN:  010009295592
Description:  No 38, HIGH STREET,
Detailed Description:  House, now club. Mid C19. Gault brick with low pitch slate roof and paired, bracketed eaves. End stacks. Two storeys and smaller attic storey. Ranges of five twelve pane, recessed hung sashes to ground and first storey with smaller sashes to attic. Off centre doorway with flanking pilasters to reveals, panelled door and rectangular fanlight.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00518/II 000212 23/19 II n/a MARCH
Address:  The Griffin Hotel 30 - 32 High Street March Cambridgeshire PE15 9JS
Easting:  541703 Northing:  296598 UPRN:  100091192356
Description:  Ye Olde Griffin Hotel, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Inn. C16, C18 and late C19. Brick, rendered with parapetted slate roofs, hipped to cross wings. C16building of single range plan to High Street but wings added C18-C19,now forming an H-plan. Two storeys and attic. Central range of five recessed hung sashes of twelve panes each. Central doorway with C20segmental canopy on brackets. The cross wings have parapetted canted elevations to High Street. Market Place front with late C19 shop facade in four bays including the entry bay, divided by wood pilasters with enriched Ionic capitals with plain frieze and dentil cornice. Inside: The C16 clasped side purlin roof with carpentered rafters of heavy scantling, closely set, remains substantially intact.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00519/II 000213 23/21 II gv MARCH
Address:  34 High Street March Cambridgeshire PE15 9JR
Easting:  541698 Northing:  296576 UPRN:  100090067745
Description:  No 34 (Lloyds Bank), HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  House, now bank. Late C18 or early C19.Gault brick, Flemish bond with parapetted slate roof and endstacks. Double pile. Two storeys and attic. Facade in five bays including slightly recessed centre bay. Plain, stone bands at eaves height and between storeys, returned as brick band to sides. Attic storey has C20 windows in original openings, but the first floor twelve pane hung sashes are possibly original. Ground floor facade remodelled C20. Side elevation has round headed arch to tall recessed bay with similar arch to doorway with original raised and fielded panelled door and stairlight hung sash above.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00520/II 000214 23/20 II gv MARCH
Address:  36 High Street March Cambridgeshire PE15 9JR
Easting:  541695 Northing:  296560 UPRN:  010009295061
Description:  No 36, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  House. c1790 and later additions at rear. Gault brick with steeply pitched parapetted roof, now cement tiled, and tumbled gable ends. Original end stacks. L-plan. Two storeys and attic with band at eaves height and between storeys. Symmetrical elevation of three recessed window openings, now withC20 fenestration. Fine early C19 cast iron porch to central doorway in round headed arch, with panelled reveals and six panelled door. Later lean-to kitchen wing at rear. Inside the ground floor walls remodelled in C19 when the additions at the rear were made. At first floor, however, there are c1800 reeded doorway surrounds and the attic flight of the original staircase with square balusters and square newels. The house retains an ice cellar.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00527/II 000222 23/29 II n/a MARCH
Address:  The March Museum High Street March Cambridgeshire PE15 9HH
Easting:  541628 Northing:  296485 UPRN:  100091609805
Description:  March and District Museum, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  School, now a museum, dated c1850. Carstone slate walls with Gault brick and Ketton dressings. Steeply pitched slate roof with louver ventilation of lead. Tall end stacks of two linked shafts. School hall of one storey with two, four light crossframe casements in square heads with dripmoulds. Central doorway in four centred arch and above a raised gable having a stone tablet with scroll and inscription, Erected by the Trustees of March Consolidated Charities. Cross wing of two storeys with two storey bay to the front.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00533/II 000227 23/34 II n/a MARCH
Address:  March Town Hall Market Place March Cambridgeshire PE15 9JF
Easting:  541721 Northing:  296654 UPRN:  200002988341
Description:  Town Hall, MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Town Hall. 1900 by W T Unwin. Red brick with stone dressings and steeply pitched slate roof. Two storeys surmounted by clock tower and spire. Fenestration of hung sashes with adjoining raised surrounds and ogee heads. Moulded band between storeys. Five stage elaborate clock tower and spire with porch to ground stage. Round headed arch to double doorway flanked by paired tapering pilasters with stepped cornice and date stone above. Clocktower is enriched by stone detail and has a steep roof of copper surmounted by a bell turret and a figure of Britannia.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00534/II 000228 23/35 II n/a MARCH
Address:  Elwyn House 18 Market Place March Cambridgeshire PE15 9JF
Easting:  541776 Northing:  296606 UPRN:  200002988689
Description:  No 18 (Elwyn House), MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  House. c1830. Gault brick with slate roof, hipped. Side stacks to rear wall. Three storeys including smaller attic storey. Symmetrical facade of three recessed hung sashes of sixteen panes each with sills. Central doorway, with reeded doorcase and boss enrichments. Six panelled door with rectangular fanlight with glazing bars. Service wing adjoining at rear.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00535/II 000229 23/36 II n/a MARCH
Address:  The Ship Inn Nene Parade March Cambridgeshire PE15 8TD
Easting:  541705 Northing:  296716 UPRN:  100091517132
Description:  The Ship Inn, NENE PARADE
Detailed Description:  Inn, C16 and C17. Timber frame, rendered with brick end wall to right hand. Reed thatched roof with tumbled end parapet on kneelers. Two storeys and attic. Three C20 gable dormers. Three horizontal sliding sashes to jettied first floor with jetty beam boxed. Two C19 flush frame hung sashes on either side of doorway. Inside the ground floor has a particularly fine ceiling of early-mid C16 with running folded leaf ornament to soffits of main beams and hollow and roll mouldings to joists. Timber framing exposed at first floor and in roof. Wind bracing to substantially intact clasped side purlin roof.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00536/II 000231 23/38 NA gv MARCH
Address:  7 Nene Parade March Cambridgeshire PE15 8TD
Easting:  541756 Northing:  296693 UPRN:  100090068896
Description:  No 7, NENE PARADE
Detailed Description:  Cottage, probably mid to late C18. Brick, English bond painted with pantiled roof and parapetted tumbled gable ends with end stack. One storey and attic. Two C20 gable dormers. Segmental arches to two four pane hung sashes in original reeded architraves. Similar architrave to central doorway.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00545/II 000240 23/47 II n/a MARCH
Address:  25 West End March Cambridgeshire PE15 8DP
Easting:  541478 Northing:  296816 UPRN:  100090071742
Description:  No 25, WEST END
Detailed Description:  House, c1770, C19 and early C20. Brick, rendered with steeply pitched slate roof and end parapet. Original Gault brick end stacks with narrow tiles to capping, similar to Nos19, 20, 21 West End. Two storeys and attic framed by rusticated quoins. Three recessed casements at first floor and two, sixteen pane hung sashes on either side of doorway. Outshut at rear addedC19. Kitchen wing, brick pantiled early C20. Interior: One ground floor room has raised and fielded panelling in two heights with dentilled cornice and band of ornament at dado height. Paired architraves and cornices to the doorcases, one to a cupboard and fluted pilasters flanking the original fireplace surround. Two chambers at first floor have details of a similar date. One has a shouldered fireplace and overmantel with moulded cornice and another with fluted pilasters flanking the fireplace.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00548/II 000244 23/51 II n/a MARCH
Address:  52-53 West End March Cambridgeshire PE15 8DL
Easting:  541222 Northing:  296851 UPRN:  100090071760
Description:  Nos 52, 53, 54 and 55, WEST END
Detailed Description:  Row of cottages, now two. Early C18.Soft red brick English bond visible in left hand gable end, painted, with steeply pitched roof of pantiles and asbestos. Tumbled gabled ends and dentil eaves cornice. Rebuilt ridge and end stacks. One-story and attics. No 52 has two dormers and restored windows on either side of doorway, with C20 door. No 55 has two C19 cat-slide dormers and four windows, C20, but in the original segmental arches. Similar arch to doorway also in original arch. Gable end has original brickwork visible and a window opening, blocked, with stone or Gault brick surround.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00549/II 000244 23/51 II n/a MARCH
Address:  55 West End March Cambridgeshire PE15 8DL
Easting:  541210 Northing:  296855 UPRN:  100090071761
Description:  Nos 52, 53, 54 and 55, WEST END
Detailed Description:  Row of cottages, now two. Early C18.Soft red brick English bond visible in left hand gable end, painted, with steeply pitched roof of pantiles and asbestos. Tumbled gabled ends and dentil eaves cornice. Rebuilt ridge and end stacks. One-story and attics. No 52 has two dormers and restored windows on either side of doorway, with C20 door. No 55 has two C19 cat-slide dormers and four windows, C20, but in the original segmental arches. Similar arch to doorway also in original arch. Gable end has original brickwork visible and a window opening, blocked, with stone or Gault brick surround.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00550/II 000245 23/149 II n/a MARCH
Address:  62 West End March Cambridgeshire PE15 8DL
Easting:  541174 Northing:  296875 UPRN:  100090071770
Description:  No 62, WEST END
Detailed Description:  Cottage. Early C19. Gault brick, English bond with steeply pitched red pantile roof. One storey and attic. Two later gable dormers. Original segmental arches to two flush frame hung sashes on either side of original doorway with four panels and two small glazed upper panels.

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22-Sep-1983 07/00505/II 000199 23/7 II Former Chequers Public House N/a
Address:  36 Broad Street March Cambridgeshire PE15 8TG
Easting:  541657 Northing:  296867 UPRN:  200002988231
Description:  No 36, (The Chequers PUBLIC HOUSE), (Now Hunters Estate agents), BROAD STREET
Detailed Description:  Public house. Early C19. Brick stuccoed with parapetted slate roofs, hipped, and large Gault brick ridgestack. Two storeys. Symmetrical elevation to Broad Street of central doorway flanked by two storey bow windows. One hung sash of sixteen panes above the doorway and to each storey of bays. Similar elevation to Dartford Road but without a central doorway. Recessed panels above corner doorway. Adjoining shaped wall to carriageway entry from Dartford Road.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00718/II 000859 9/53 II n/a PARSON DROVE
Address:  War Memorial The Bank Parson Drove Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  536975 Northing:  308491 UPRN:  010034161735
Description:  War Memorial, THE BANK
Detailed Description:  World War I war memorial. Polished graniteobelisk on plinth with stepped base. Cast iron enclosure railingswith gate. Also including World War II war memorial. Two books ofremembrance, inscribed, flanking small, flower container.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00727/II ? 9/63 II n/a PARSON DROVE
Address:  Rookery Farm Main Road Parson Drove Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 4LA
Easting:  537478 Northing:  308630 UPRN:  100091195115
Description:   
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Farmhouse, early C19 and of L-plan with additions to rear. Local brick with slate roof and projecting end stacks. Two storeys. Symmetrical elevation of three flush frame hung sashes with glazing bars in open boxing. Central doorway but later door. Interior has original reeded doorcases with boss enrichments at corners and an original corner cupboard with raised and fielded panelling in the kitchen.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00728/II 000872 9/64 II n/a PARSON DROVE
Address:  Sycamore Farm Main Road Parson Drove Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 4JA
Easting:  537345 Northing:  308604 UPRN:  200002989759
Description:  Sycamore House, MAIN ROAD
Detailed Description:  House dated 1745 to gable end of crosswing. Main range with lobby entry plan and cross wing to east.Local brick with C19 slate roof and original ridge stack and endstack to cross wing. Two storeys. Three C19 casements at firstfloor and two at ground floor on either side of entry oppositestack. Interior. Main range with hearth flanked by two early C19cupboards with raised and fielded panels and round headed archeswith raised key blocks. One reeded doorcase with lions head bossenrichments at corners. Early C19 panelled shutters. C18 dog legstaircase with closed string, turned balusters, square newel postsand moulded rail. Floor frame of alternating principal andsubsidiary joists laid flat and of substantial scantling. The crosswing has an inglenook hearth and chamfered main beam and joists alsolaid flat.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00729/II 000873 9/65 II gv PARSON DROVE
Address:  Barn Lodge Main Road Parson Drove Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 4JA
Easting:  537367 Northing:  308599 UPRN:  100091195059
Description:  Barn, east of Sycamore House, MAIN ROAD
Detailed Description:  Barn, mid C18. Local brick with slate roofand gable end parapets.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00730/II 000874 9/66 II   PARSON DROVE
Address:  Southsea Parish Church Main Road Parson Drove Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 4JA
Easting:  537300 Northing:  308581 UPRN:  010034158596
Description:  Church of Emmanuel, MAIN ROAD Church of Emmanuel, MAIN ROAD
Detailed Description:  Parish church, built in 1872 in earlyEnglish style. Red brick with banding of black brick and some stonedetails. Steeply pitched roof of slate. West wall has one circularwindow above two lancets. Gabled south porch, open sided, of timberon brick plinth. The south wall has lancets with circular windows inthe heads. Apsed chancel with a hipped, slate roof and lancets.Interior. North arcade of three bays. Two centred arches of singleroll moulding on short, round columns of marble with square capitals,chamfered at corners. Round openings to spandrels filled with nailhead ornament. Collar rafter roof. Chancel arch two centred and oftwo moulded orders, the inner on short attached columns, carried oncorbels. Original communion rail, choir stalls, pews and glazing.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00731/II 000875 9/90 II gv PARSON DROVE
Address:  The Nurseries Main Road Parson Drove Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 4JA
Easting:  537121 Northing:  308519 UPRN:  100091195137
Description:  The Nurseries, MAIN ROAD The Nurseries, MAIN ROAD
Detailed Description:  House, c1840. Local brick with low pitch,hipped slate roof with end stacks. Two storeys. Sills and flatarches to three recessed hung sashes with glazing bars. Centraldoorway.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00732/II 000876 9/67 II gv PARSON DROVE
Address:  The Chestnuts Main Road Parson Drove Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 4JA
Easting:  537338 Northing:  308528 UPRN:  100091195131
Description:  The Chestnuts, MAIN ROAD
Detailed Description:  Home, c1830 of gault brick with slate roofand end stacks. Two storeys. Segmental arches to three recessedhung sashes with glazing bars. Central doorway with mouldedarchitrave.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00733/II 000877 9/68 II gv PARSON DROVE
Address:  The Hollies Main Road Parson Drove Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 4JA
Easting:  537094 Northing:  308462 UPRN:  100091195134
Description:  The Hollies, MAIN ROAD
Detailed Description:  House, c1840. Gault brick with low pitch,hipped slate roof and end stacks. Two storeys. Stone sills and flatarches to range of three recessed hung sashes with glazing bars.Central doorway with door of six panels.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00734/II 000878 9/69 II n/a PARSON DROVE
Address:  The Cage Station Road Parson Drove Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 4HA
Easting:  536997 Northing:  308405 UPRN:  200002987811
Description:  Former lock-up, about 50 yards south west of Swan Inn, MURROW BANK
Detailed Description:  Formerly a lock-up, inscribed and dated 1816on stone plaque to north gable end, with the roof surmounted by aclock turret to commemorate the diamond jubilee of Queen Victoria.The lock-up was converted to a fire engine house. Local brick withslate roof and gable end parapets. The east wall has a blind arcadeof three round headed arches and in the north gable end double doorsfor the fire engine entry. The clock turret is of wood with steeplypitched hipped roof and the clock face has the letters SIXTY YEARSand V R, in place of numerals.

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16-Mar-1989 07/00791/II 008907 9/96 II gv PARSON DROVE
Address:  K6 Telephone Kiosk Main Road Parson Drove Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  537006 Northing:  308460 UPRN:  010034161821
Description:  Telephone Kiosk, THE GREEN, Telephone Kiosk, THE GREEN,
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Telephone kiosk, Type K6. Designed in 1935 by SirGiles Gilbert Scott, and made by various contractors. Of cast iron.A square kiosk with a domed roof. The top panels have unperforatedcrowns, and the windows and door have margin glazing.

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11-Aug-1950 07/00563/IISTAR 000255 21/62 G2STAR n/a WHITTLESEY
Address:  Grove House 24 Briggate East Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire PE7 1EG
Easting:  526845 Northing:  296772 UPRN:  100091193091
Description:  Grove House, BRIGGATE EAST
Detailed Description:  House, c1680. Rubblestone, later rendered, and dressed Ketton limestone to quoins and door and window surrounds. Pyramidal roof, now cement tiled, with C19 cast iron balustrade to original flat or walk, leaded, round central stack of dressed limestone. The stack has an entablature and recessed panels to each side. Fine moulded stone eaves cornice. Square plan with central passage. Two storeys with moulded stone band between the storeys. Principal front has range of five original ovolo mullion casement openings with C20 windows. Four similar windows on either side of central doorway with original half round coved hood, on scroll brackets. Similar ovolo moulding to doorcase terminating in ogee stops. The stone plinth is now rendered and has a moulded upper edge. The East and West elevations retain original fenestration and door openings but the South front has a renewed band and C20 hung sashes. Inside: there are two panelled rooms, one with bolection moulded panels in three heights. Another has one wall with bolection moulded and raised and fielded panels in two heights with dado and larger bolection moulding to two internal doorway surrounds. The remaining panelling in this room is later. There is a typical lateC17 central passage and the East doorway has the original half glazed door with thick ovolo moulded glazing bars. The two tier, butt purlin roof is late C17. A single flight attic staircase to the balustraded walk or flat has original flat section balusters and anewel with a similar flat section finial. The house is believed to have been built as a hunting lodge for the Earl of Leicester.

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11-Aug-1950 07/00572/IISTAR 000263 21/70 G2STAR gv WHITTLESEY
Address:  St Andrews Church Church Street Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire PE7 1DE
Easting:  526678 Northing:  296921 UPRN:  010034157949
Description:  Church of St Andrew, CHURCH STREET
Detailed Description:  Parish Church. Mainly C14, but with part of south aisle C13. C15 nave arcade, clerestorey, West Tower and South porch. Restored 1872. Rubblestone and Barnack ashlar and dressings. Leaded roofs of low pitch, with slates to North and South Chapel roofs. Plan of West tower, nave, North and South aisles, and chancel flanked by North and South Chapels. West tower, late C15, of four stages with embattled parapet on two stage splayed plinth. Crocketed pinnacles at corners and main cornice with gargoyles. Clasping four stage buttresses and newel staircase in South West corner. West doorway has four centred archway in squarehead with foliate decoration to the spandrels. Restored three light West window. Two cinquefoil openings to each side of bell chamber. Nave has C15 clerestorey with embattled parapet. Each side of clerestorey has four windows, of two cinquefoil lights each in four centred head. South aisle retains in the South West corner part of the wall from a C13 church on the site. Diagonal two stage buttress with gabled coping and a similar buttress in angle of South aisle and West tower, and partly obscured. The rest of the South aisle isC14 with blocked parapet and two large beast gargoyles to the main cornice. One C14 restored window with foiled head. South porch C15with diagonal two stage buttresses to the corners and crocketed pinnacles. Vacant niche below the embattled parapetted gable end, and above the hollow moulded two centred outer archway with embattled capitals to the engaged shafts on high bases to theresponds. The porch roof is original late C15 work. The South chapel, C14, flanks the chancel and is of dressed Barnack ashlar. On the South wall there are two original windows of two trefoil lights with wave moulded reveals in square heads with labels and mask stops. The East window of the chapel has a two centred arch and restored reticulated tracery. The chancel has a parapetted gable end and a five light window with flowing tracery. The North chapel and North aisle have similar, C14fenestration of two trefoil lights in square head, but the corners of the chapel have pinnacles with finials. Inside: C15 tower arch with panelled responds and four bay nave arcade of similar late date. Two centred double chamfered arches with continuous label on slender clustered columns. Original arches between North and South chapels and the chancel, but the Chancel arch is now carried on corbels of 1872. The nave roof, and those of the South aisle, South and North chapels are either wholly or in part original. North Chapel retains an aumbry in the North wall and piscina in the South wall, but in the chancel this has been replaced and in the South it has been removed.

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11-Aug-1950 07/00610/II 000299 20/106 II gv WHITTLESEY
Address:  6 - 7 Market Place Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire
Easting:  527077 Northing:  297035 UPRN:  010012123891
Description:  Nos 6 and 7, MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  House and shop formerly Bank. Mid C19.Yellow Gault brick Flemish bond front wall with mingled brick to side walls. Low pitch roof now covered with cement tiles. Upper courses removed from end stacks. Three storeys. Smaller attic storey with three recessed nine pane hung sashes, the centre one with raised surround and round headed arch with arched top panes. First floor has three similar twelve pane hung sashes, the centre one also with raised surround and arched top panes to casements. Mid C20 double fronted shop.

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11-Aug-1950 07/00618/IISTAR 000306 20/113 G2STAR gv WHITTLESEY
Address:  Butter Cross Market Place Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire PE7 1AB
Easting:  527034 Northing:  297045 UPRN:  200002988099
Description:  Market Cross, MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Market Cross, late C17. Collyweston stone slates to pyramidal roof with ball finial and moulded wood cornice. On Tuscan columns of limestone, with each angle having groups of a pier and two columns, and a single column to each side. On stone steps and now furnished with seats.

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31-Jul-1970 07/00613/IISTAR   20/109 22/109 G2STAR   WHITTLESEY
Address:  The Old Post Office 11 Market Place Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire
Easting:  527022 Northing:  297004 UPRN:  200002985308
Description:   
Detailed Description:  House, now the Post Office. Early C18. Brick, Flemish bond, with gauged red brick to dressings and details. Parapetted roof with swept end parapets and original end stacks. Double pile main range with kitchen wing at rear. Three storeys. Symmetrical facade framed by giant corner pilasters, dentil main cornice and divided by moulded brick bands. Ranges of five recessed hung sashes with arched top panes in gauged arches with rusticated surrounds and having stone sills and red brick apron panels. Central doorway with original doorcase of broken segmental pediment on fluted pilasters with entablature. Door now half glazed but four original raised and fielded panels to lower half. Rear wall rendered but with similar corner pilasters and a coved eaves. Segmental arch and open boxing to a hung sash to the staircase window. The kitchen wing is contemporary. Possibly timber framed, more likely brick with upper gable end framed. Steeply pitched roof. Two storeys and attic. C20 fenestration to gable end on site of original but with some enlargement. Later C18 addition at the rear has a C19 slate, lean-to roof and an original panelled door. Inside: At both ground and first floors there are original doorways with doors of eight raised and fielded panels in segmental arches. There is a fine open-string staircase of four flights and landings with three symmetrical balusters to each tread, clusters of similar balusters as newels, scroll tread ends and a swept rail, renewed. The staircase dado has raised and fielded panelling with fluted pilasters.

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25-Jul-1974 07/00616/II   19/111 20/111 II   WHITTLESEY
Address:  13A Market Place Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire PE7 1AB
Easting:  527001 Northing:  297019 UPRN:  200002990738
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23-Feb-1978 07/00635/II   19/131 21/131 II   WHITTLESEY
Address:  8 - 10 St Marys Street Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire PE7 1BG
Easting:  526906 Northing:  296997 UPRN:  200002988988
Description:   
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26-Aug-1981 07/00576/II 000267 19/75 II gv WHITTLESEY
Address:  9 Claygate Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire PE7 1QL
Easting:  526878 Northing:  297415 UPRN:  100090073450
Description:  No 9, CLAYGATE
Detailed Description:  Cottage. Late C17 and C19 addition. Timber framed, wattle and daub infill and rendered. Brick additions. Longstraw thatch roof, half hipped and original axial ridge stack. Later, small end stack. Lobby entry plan. One storey and attic. One dormer. Four windows, including three now blocked and one with trellis work. Two doorways, one to the lobby entry. Framing exposed in gable end to show straight downward bracing. Inside. The parlour has ovolo moulding to the main beam and inglenook hearth to left hand room.

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26-Jul-1984 07/00621/II 000308 19/116 II gv WHITTLESEY
Address:  9 Market Street Whittlesey Cambridgeshire PE7 1BA
Easting:  526954 Northing:  297039 UPRN:  100091535335
Description:  No 9, MARKET STREET
Detailed Description:  House and Shops, Mid to late C17, C19 andC20. Rubblestone, dressed stone with C19 brick. Roof raised C19(original gable visible in end wall), slate, but original moulded stone eaves cornice retained as band between first and C19 second storey. End stack of stone ashlar on base with splayed upper edge. Three storeys. Third storey of brick added in C19 when roof raised. Three windows. First floor has an original casement opening with hollow moulded surround and mullion. Three other possible original window openings, all now blocked with rubblestone including one with a reset medieval mask. Three C19 or C20 hung sashes. Ground floor remodelled. One late C17 hollow moulded casement to a basement, now obscured. In the side wall, one similar window.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00555/II 000251 20/57 II n/a WHITTLESEY
Address:  1 Arnolds Lane Whittlesey Cambridgeshire PE7 1QD
Easting:  527098 Northing:  297406 UPRN:  100090072628
Description:  Nos 1, 3 and 5, ARNOLDS LANE
Detailed Description:  Three cottages, Nos one and 3, are a handed pair. Late C18 or early C19. Local grey brick with reed thatch roof and tumbled end parapets and end stacks. One storey and attic. Each cottage has a domer above a hung sash and a doorway both in segmental arches. No 5, adjoins at the rear. Of similar date. Gault brick, English bond and reed thatched with tall ridge stack. One storey and attic. Two dormers. Flat red brick arches to two hung sashes on either side of doorway.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00556/II 000251 20/57 II n/a WHITTLESEY
Address:  3 Arnolds Lane Whittlesey Cambridgeshire PE7 1QD
Easting:  527102 Northing:  297406 UPRN:  100090072630
Description:  Nos 1, 3 and 5, ARNOLDS LANE
Detailed Description:  Three cottages, Nos one and 3, are a handed pair. Late C18 or early C19. Local grey brick with reed thatch roof and tumbled end parapets and end stacks. One storey and attic. Each cottage has a domer above a hung sash and a doorway both in segmental arches. No 5, adjoins at the rear. Of similar date. Gault brick, English bond and reed thatched with tall ridge stack. One storey and attic. Two dormers. Flat red brick arches to two hung sashes on either side of doorway.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00557/II 000251 20/57 II n/a WHITTLESEY
Address:  5 Arnolds Lane Whittlesey Cambridgeshire PE7 1QD
Easting:  527099 Northing:  297416 UPRN:  100090072631
Description:  Nos 1, 3 and 5, ARNOLDS LANE
Detailed Description:  Three cottages, Nos one and 3, are a handed pair. Late C18 or early C19. Local grey brick with reed thatch roof and tumbled end parapets and end stacks. One storey and attic. Each cottage has a domer above a hung sash and a doorway both in segmental arches. No 5, adjoins at the rear. Of similar date. Gault brick, English bond and reed thatched with tall ridge stack. One storey and attic. Two dormers. Flat red brick arches to two hung sashes on either side of doorway.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00558/II 000252 20/58 II n/a WHITTLESEY
Address:  8 Arnolds Lane Whittlesey Cambridgeshire PE7 1QD
Easting:  527142 Northing:  297423 UPRN:  100090072633
Description:  No 8, ARNOLDS LANE
Detailed Description:  Cottage. Late C18. Local brick, English bond, with reed thatch roof and tumbled end parapets. Original ridgestack. Outshut at rear. One storey and attic. Two dormers. Two casements in flat red brick arches on either side of doorway. Interior not seen.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00559/II 000253 21/60 II n/a WHITTLESEY
Address:  2 The Bower Whittlesey Cambridgeshire PE7 1EQ
Easting:  526779 Northing:  296762 UPRN:  200002984889
Description:  Nos 2 and 3, THE BOWER
Detailed Description:  Row of two cottages, c1750 with cottage to left hand added slightly later, c1760. No 2, of Gault brick, English bond, now painted with reed thatch roof and parapetted gable ends with end stacks. Plan of two rooms on either side of narrower stair and hall bay with outshut at rear. One storey and attic. Two dormers. Segmental arches to original window openings now with later windows on either side of doorway. No 3, adjoining, is slightly later and also of Gault brick, English bond. Pantiled roof with tumbled parapet gable end and end stack. Single room plan without shut at rear. One storey and attic. One dormer. Segmental arch to window opening and to doorway. The doorway retains its original six raised and fielded panelled door. Inside some contemporary panelled doors and vertical panelling, C18, to the staircase partitioning at first floor.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00560/II 000253 21/60 II n/a WHITTLESEY
Address:  3 The Bower Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire
Easting:  526783 Northing:  296754 UPRN:  010034158194
Description:  Nos 2 and 3, THE BOWER
Detailed Description:  Row of two cottages, c1750 with cottage to left hand added slightly later, c1760. No 2, of Gault brick, English bond, now painted with reed thatch roof and parapetted gable ends with end stacks. Plan of two rooms on either side of narrower stair and hall bay with outshut at rear. One storey and attic. Two dormers. Segmental arches to original window openings now with later windows on either side of doorway. No 3, adjoining, is slightly later and also of Gault brick, English bond. Pantiled roof with tumbled parapet gable end and end stack. Single room plan without shut at rear. One storey and attic. One dormer. Segmental arch to window opening and to doorway. The doorway retains its original six raised and fielded panelled door. Inside some contemporary panelled doors and vertical panelling, C18, to the staircase partitioning at first floor.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00561/II 000254 21/61 II n/a WHITTLESEY
Address:  2 Briggate East Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire PE7 1EG
Easting:  526703 Northing:  296788 UPRN:  100090073051
Description:  Nos 2 and 4, BRIGGATE EAST
Detailed Description:  Cottage with shop to gable end, c1770.Timber framed, rendered front wall, with brick repairs or rebuild to rear and end walls. Steeply pitched roof, now slated, with tumbled gable ends and ridge stack. Three bay, lobby entry plan. Two C19gable dormers. Two flush frame, four pane hung sashes on either side of doorway to lobby entry. Inside: joists exposed and similar to No 1, and No 3, Briggate West, dated 1770 (q v )

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22-Feb-1985 07/00574/II 000265 19/73 II gv WHITTLESEY
Address:  8 Claygate Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire PE7 1QL
Easting:  526860 Northing:  297438 UPRN:  100090073449
Description:  No 8, CLAYGATE
Detailed Description:  Cottage. Early and later C18. Restored mid-late C20. Timber frame in origin repaired in brick with rebuilt gable end to road also brick, now painted. Long straw thatch, half hipped to end to road. Originally of three bay, lobby entry type with gable end to road. One storey and attic. Two dormers. Fenestration and doors including one to the lobby entry are all C20.Cottage extended by one bay in late C18. Brick with tumbled parapet gable end with end stack. One storey and attic. Inside. Some inserted timbers but original peg holes visible in rear wall plate.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00575/II 000266 19/74 II gv WHITTLESEY
Address:  10 Claygate Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire PE7 1QL
Easting:  526840 Northing:  297427 UPRN:  100090073451
Description:  No 10, CLAYGATE
Detailed Description:  Cottage. Early C18 with c1800 addition to left hand. Timber framed, rendered and incised in imitation of dressed stone. Reed thatch roof and ridge stack. Two bay plan without shut. One storey and attic. Two casements and doorway, all C20.Addition, brick, thatched. One storey and attic. One dormer and window.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00577/II 000268 19/76 II gv WHITTLESEY
Address:  11 Claygate Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire PE7 1QL
Easting:  526851 Northing:  297407 UPRN:  100090073452
Description:  No 11 (Fernlea), CLAYGATE
Detailed Description:  Cottage. c1770, altered and extendedc1845 when probably one bay to the left hand was demolished and a substantial wing built. Cottage of local brick, English bond with reed thatch roof and tumbled gable end parapet. Original ridgestack and slightly later end stack. One storey and attic. One dormer. Segmental arches of header bricks to doorway with original six raised and fielded panelled door and two original window openings, part blocked. The gable end has red brick diaper pattern brickwork, similar to that of the Rectory, Coates (qv) dated 1774.The c1845 addition is of amber Gault brick, also English bond, with low pitch slate roof. Two storeys. Road elevation has original doorway and raised and fielded panelled door. One hung sash to each storey. Inside: A partition wall is lined with vertical panelling with raised and fielded panels to two doors. This vertical panelling, c1770, is similar to that at Nos 2, three (The Bower),Whittlesey (qv ).

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22-Feb-1985 07/00578/II 000269 20/77 II n/a WHITTLESEY
Address:  10 Delph Street Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire
Easting:  527008 Northing:  297445 UPRN:  010034161994
Description:  No 10, DELPH STREET (Now 1 to 3 Delph Court)
Detailed Description:  House, now flats. Dated 1768, and C19.Original white brick to front wall, Flemish bond, with white and grey brick to gable end. Grey brick to C19 rear range. Rendered end wall. Reed thatch with tumbled end parapets and end stacks. Two ranges forming L-plan. Two storey, front range. Three original window openings at first floor now with C20 casements. Central doorway. Gable end has stone panel with date 1768 and initials TGE.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00588/II 000277 20/85 II gv WHITTLESEY
Address:  4 Gracious Street Whittlesey Cambridgeshire PE7 1AP
Easting:  527037 Northing:  297303 UPRN:  100090074421
Description:  No 4, (The Lindens), GRACIOUS STREET
Detailed Description:  House, early C18 with later C18 additions at the rear. Front and rear walls timber framed, plaster rendered with contemporary tumbled brick gabled ends, now painted. Reed thatch roof and end stacks. Front range with kitchen wing at rear forming an L-plan, with stair turret in angle. Two storeys. Original architraves to two, three light casements. Central doorway with original doorcase, pulvinated frieze and flat canopy with panelled soffit. Door of six raised and fielded panels and two small glazed upper panels. Kitchen wing of brick, painted, with steeply pitched reed thatch roof. Other additions have been made at the back of the main range and one has possibly had the lean-to roof raised. There is a mid C19 Gault brick wash house and stable range within the curtilage of the house. Inside there is some exposed framing and one flight of the staircase with square newel and turned balusters. The first floor retains the vertical raised and fielded panelling found also at Nos 2 and 3, The Bower, Whittlesey (qv) and No 11, Claygate(qv ).

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22-Feb-1985 07/00589/II 000279 19/87 II gv WHITTLESEY
Address:  10 Gracious Street Whittlesey Cambridgeshire PE7 1AP
Easting:  526992 Northing:  297315 UPRN:  100090074427
Description:  No 10, GRACIOUS STREET
Detailed Description:  Cottage. c1700 and C20 renovation and restoration. Timber framed, rendered and stone front wall, also rendered. Reed thatch roof. Ridge stack and end stack. Three bay plan with entry at low end of centre bay. One storey and attic. Three dormers. Two C20 enlarged window openings and two doorways, including the garage doors. Inside some framing is visible at first floor with short upward bracing from the main post to the tie beam. At least one tie beam and possibly some other timbers have been reused.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00590/II 000280 19/88 II n/a WHITTLESEY
Address:  16 Gracious Street Whittlesey Cambridgeshire PE7 1AP
Easting:  526968 Northing:  297325 UPRN:  100090074429
Description:  No 16, GRACIOUS STREET
Detailed Description:  Cottage. 1764 (dated stone) extended C19.Gault brick, English bond, front wall rendered, with steeply pitched reed thatch roof. Tumbled gable end parapets on kneelers and rebuilt end stacks. L-plan. One storey and attic. Two dormers. Two C20canted bays on either side of original doorway opening, but C20 door. Date 1764 on stone panel to gable end. Kitchen extended in C19 and roof raised. Brick, English bond. Six raised and fielded panelled front door now reset in rear. Inside: Early C19 open string staircase with square section balusters and scroll tread ends. At first floor vertical panelling with raised panels, to partition walls. Early C19 white marble fireplace at ground floor.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00591/II 000281 19/89 II n/a WHITTLESEY
Address:  38 Gracious Street Whittlesey Cambridgeshire PE7 1AR
Easting:  526856 Northing:  297373 UPRN:  100090074437
Description:  No 38, GRACIOUS STREET
Detailed Description:  Cottage. Late C17. Timber framed, plaster rendered on plinth. Reed thatch now covered with long straw, one end half hipped. Large original brick stack to one end and a later corner stack to parlour. Originally a two bay cottage with a parlour cross wing and having the doorway from Ivy Lane opening to a lobby entry. One bay was removed and replaced by a C19 brewhouse which has in turn been removed. The parlour was extended by one bay. One-story and attic. One dormer to Ivy Lane and two windows, with the doorway to the lobby entry. The rear elevation also has two windows, one now blocked and at ground floor an original architrave to a three light casement. Inside there is an inglenook hearth. The framing is not exposed. The late C17 corner fireplace in the parlour has been removed and replaced by one of C20 type in the same location.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00594/II 000284 20/92 II gv WHITTLESEY
Address:  56 High Causeway Whittlesey Cambridgeshire PE7 1AN
Easting:  527076 Northing:  297289 UPRN:  100090074692
Description:  No 56, HIGH CAUSEWAY
Detailed Description:  Cottage. Late C17, C19 and 1984. Timber framed with wattle and daub infill on brick base, and C19 plaster rendered walls incised in imitation of stone ashlar. Reed thatched roof, steeply pitched with ridge stack. Three bay, lobby entry plan with gable end to road. One storey and attic. Gable end has one C20flush frame hung sash with small panes above an early C19 canted bay, renewed 1984. Doorway in side wall to lobby. Adjoining are C19additions of several building periods. One is a kitchen of brick, rubblestone and timber framing with reed thatch roof. Inside: One of the original abutting hearths has been removed and an early C19staircase inserted. Open string with square section balusters, mahogany rail and scroll tread ends. Marble fireplace surround to possible inglenook in room to road. Straight upward bracing from main posts to wall plates. Original shelving to C19 pantry.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00595/II 000285 20/93 II gv WHITTLESEY
Address:  The New Crown Public House 58 High Causeway Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire PE7 1QA
Easting:  527085 Northing:  297297 UPRN:  100091535541
Description:  New Crown PH, HIGH CAUSEWAY
Detailed Description:  Public house, probably late C18 or earlyC19 and c1840. Brick, painted front wall with gable end repairedC20. Thatched with reed and hipped to right hand. End stack. Two storeys. Two hung sashes, the heads flush with the eaves. Segmental arches to two larger hung sashes, each with margin lights. Doorway in round headed arch. Adjoining at rear a house of c1840. Brick, with slate roof. Two storeys. Two flush frame C20 windows at first floor. Two, sixteen pane hung sashes in segmental arches on either side of central doorway, now blocked.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00600/II 000291 19/150 II gv WHITTLESEY
Address:  23 Horsegate Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire PE7 1JD
Easting:  526590 Northing:  297193 UPRN:  100090074729
Description:  No 23, HORSEGATE
Detailed Description:  Cottage. Late C17 or early C18. Probably timber framed on sill, rendered and thatched roof. Two bays. One-story and attic. One dormer and two windows and a door all 1980.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00601/II 000292 21/99 II gv WHITTLESEY
Address:  Falcon Hotel 1 London Street Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire PE7 1BH
Easting:  526882 Northing:  296900 UPRN:  100091535543
Description:  No 1 (The Falcon Hotel), LONDON STREET
Detailed Description:  Inn. Probably early C18 in origin, enlarged and altered late C18 and C19. Brick, rendered and incised in imitation of stone ashlar. Steeply pitched roof, now covered in cement tiles, with parapet gable ends. Moulded wood eaves cornice. Ridge stack, C19, Gault brick and late C17 or early C18 corner stack. Two storeys. Three recessed hung sashes. Two C19 canted bays on either side of doorway. At first floor a plaster panel with representation of falcon and raised border. Panelled double doors. Adjoining at right is early C19 wing, brick rendered. Possibly an assembly room extension. Three C19 gabled eaves dormers.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00603/II 000294 21/101 II n/a WHITTLESEY
Address:  22 London Street Whittlesey Cambridgeshire PE7 1BP
Easting:  526809 Northing:  296932 UPRN:  100090075044
Description:  No 22, LONDON STREET
Detailed Description:  House and shop. Late C18. Brick, rendered front and side walls with reed thatched roof, pantiled at rear, and parapetted gable ends on kneelers. End stacks. Two storeys. Three flush frame hung sashes of four panes each in open boxing. Double fronted shop, late C19 or early C20. Similar four pane hung sash to right hand.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00620/II 000307 19/115 II gv WHITTLESEY
Address:  7A - 7B Market Street Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire
Easting:  526957 Northing:  297032 UPRN:  010012124650
Description:  Nos 7A and 7B, MARKET STREET
Detailed Description:  House, now two dwellings. Late C17 and C19alterations. Brick with late C17 square ridge stack having narrow recessed panels to the sides. Large original side stack to rear wall. Three bay, lobby entry plan. Three storeys, including the attic storey which was probably added in C19. Band at original eaves height. Four C18 window openings to each storey, some with remade surrounds but with original brickwork to arches. Original doorway opening to lobby entry. Inside: Narrow stairbay at low end of centre room with two upper flights remaining from original staircase, although the attic flight might be reset. Symmetrical turned balusters, closed string, and square newels with recessed panels. Ogee stopped chamfers to main beams in each of the three bays. The right hand bay has c1730 mouldings and key blocks to round headed doorway arches, now blocked.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00622/II 000309 19/117 II n/a WHITTLESEY
Address:  19 Market Street Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire PE7 1BA
Easting:  526908 Northing:  297038 UPRN:  100091609966
Description:  Nos 19 and 21, MARKET STREET
Detailed Description:  House and Shops. Late C17 or early C18with late C19 shops. Rubblestone, rendered front wall. Steeply pitched roof now covered with cement tiles. Red brick ridge stack, upper courses removed. Two storeys. One, three light casement at first floor. Two shop fronts, one late C19 or early C20 with plain pilasters and frieze flanking the door and window. Right hand gable end wall has original late C17 ovolo mullion window opening, now blocked.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00623/II 000309 19/117 II n/a WHITTLESEY
Address:  21 Market Street Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire PE7 1BA
Easting:  526904 Northing:  297026 UPRN:  100091609967
Description:  Nos 19 and 21, MARKET STREET
Detailed Description:  House and Shops. Late C17 or early C18with late C19 shops. Rubblestone, rendered front wall. Steeply pitched roof now covered with cement tiles. Red brick ridge stack, upper courses removed. Two storeys. One, three light casement at first floor. Two shop fronts, one late C19 or early C20 with plain pilasters and frieze flanking the door and window. Right hand gable end wall has original late C17 ovolo mullion window opening, now blocked.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00625/II 000311 19/119 II gv WHITTLESEY
Address:  Whittlesey Town Hall Market Street Whittlesey Cambridgeshire PE7 1BD
Easting:  526946 Northing:  297067 UPRN:  200002988104
Description:  No 18, (Town Hall), MARKET STREET
Detailed Description:  Fire Engine house with town hall over. The ground floor is now a Museum and Office. Dated 1857. Grey Gault brick with red brick dressings and steeply pitched roof, now covered with asbestos slates. End stack of Gault brick. Double eaves cornice of both dentil and sawtooth red brickwork. Two storeys framed by red brick rusticated quoins. Red brick round headed arches to range of five windows at first floor. Between the storeys, four moulded terracotta panels set diagonally, each with a numeral 1, 8, 5or 7. Cut and moulded red brickwork to arches and voussoirs of engine house openings, now part glazed and blocked. The words, fire engines, are painted, to the arches. Central doorway with double recessed round headed archway of red brick, the tympanum of the arch filled with faience tiles. Double doors. Inside, there is a lock-up with the original door, and louver above. The town hall, which was also the Magistrates Court, possibly has its original hammerbeam roof although this is now concealed by the later inserted roof.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00627/II 000313 19/151 II gv WHITTLESEY
Address:  Curtilage Wall Rear Of Black Bull Public House Market Street Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire
Easting:  526939 Northing:  297102 UPRN:  010034161999
Description:  Curtilage wall to rear of Black Bull PH, MARKET STREET
Detailed Description:  Wall, C19. Mud on rubblestone and brickbase, part with wood coping.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00634/II 000322 20/130 II gv WHITTLESEY
Address:  War Memorial And Enclosure Fence Queen Street Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire
Easting:  527018 Northing:  297068 UPRN:  010012123659
Description:  War memorial and enclosure fence, QUEEN STREET
Detailed Description:  World War I and II war memorial within cast-iron enclosure, c1920. Portland Stone. Sculpture representing St George and Dragon on tapering stone base with egg and dart moulding to surbase and oval copper plaques in foliate border with inscriptions. On stepped plinth.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00637/II 000324 21/152 II n/a WHITTLESEY
Address:  22 St Marys Street Whittlesey Cambridgeshire PE7 1BG
Easting:  526889 Northing:  296948 UPRN:  100090076474
Description:  Nos 20 and 22, ST MARYS STREET
Detailed Description:  House, 1754 (dated stone) remodelled lateC19. Brick, painted. Late C19 roof with mid C18 red brick stack. Three bay lobby entry plan. Two storeys with roof raised and first floor added in late C19. Three recessed casements. Mid C18segmental arches to three ground floor windows and door, all C20.Right hand gable end rebuilt, C20. Dated stone, now painted, above front door.

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22-Feb-1985 07/00638/II   21/152 II   WHITTLESEY
Address:  20 - 22 St Marys Street Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire
Easting:  526890 Northing:  296951 UPRN:  010012125760
Description:   
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22-Feb-1985 07/00787/II 000286 20/94 II n/a WHITTLESEY
Address:  68 High Causeway Whittlesey Cambridgeshire PE7 1QA
Easting:  527108 Northing:  297347 UPRN:  100090074705
Description:  No 68, HIGH CAUSEWAY
Detailed Description:  Villa. c1825-35. Gault brick with low pitch slate roof, hipped with deep boarded eaves and internal stacks. Double pile and service wing at rear. Two storeys and double fronted. Five recessed hung sashes of twelve panes each. Two steps up to Greek Doric portico with plain entablature and flat roof.

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22-Mar-1985 07/00784/II ? 28/86 II   WHITTLESEY
Address:  8 Gracious Street Whittlesey Cambridgeshire PE7 1AP
Easting:  527007 Northing:  297303 UPRN:  100090074425
Description:   
Detailed Description:  LIST DESCRIP

House dated 1731, (dated stone) and c1760. Wirecut yellow brick, English bond, and red brick details. Steeply pitched roof, now covered with slates and tumbled gable parapets. End stacks with rebuilt upper courses. L-plan. Two storeys. Range of five cambered red brick arches to original window openings, now with later hung sashes. Original segmental, red brick arches to four enlarged window openings at ground floor on either side of central doorway. Early C19 reeded doorcase with low pitch gabled canopy on plain scroll brackets. Door of six raised and fielded panels with two glazed upper panels. Inside. Front range has opposing front and rear doorways with flanking parlour and dining room. Hall with c1760open string staircase with two diminishing columns as balusters to each tread and square newels with moulded rail and scroll tread ends. The staircase dado has raised and fielded panelling. The left hand ground floor room has similar panelling to the dado and a fluted fireplace surround with boss enrichments at the corners.

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  08/00005/I     I   WHITTLESEY
Address:  St Marys Church Station Road Whittlesey Cambridgeshire PE7 1AB
Easting:  527018 Northing:  296958 UPRN:  010012123071
Description:   
Detailed Description:  Parish Church. Mainly C14 nave, North and South aisles. C13 North arcade and chancel arch. Fine West Tower of C15 and chancel extension of similar date. Restored 1862 and C20. Rubblestone and Barnack limestone dressings. Roofs, leaded and of copper. Plan of West Tower, Nave, North and South aisles, chacel with North and South chapels. West tower of four stages, embattled with crocketed pinnacles at corners, gargoyles to main cornice and a frieze of quatre- foils on double moulded base with blank arcading to ground stage and to second stage. Three stage clasping buttresses with the second stage gabled, the West Side with canopied niches. West doorway has continuous hollow moulding in two centred arch with ogee head and niche and foliate decoration to spandrel. The doorway is flanked by crocketed pinnacles. The West window is of four cinquefoil lights with vertical tracery pannelled surround and moulded label. Slender ashlar faced spire with crocketing and pierced buttressing from the corner pinnacles. Three tiers of gabled spire lights. Embattled nave with clerestorey of four, trefoil lights in four-centred head to each side. South aisle has raised roof but the wall material is mainly C14 and has restored C14 reticulated tracery to the windows. South porch restored C20 incorporating medieval materials. South chapel is also C14 and partly flanks the chancel which was extended in C15. The East window has five cinquefoil lights, three stage diagonal buttressing with panelled ends and a double moulded plinth, somewhat similar to the West tower. There is a crypt below the East end of the South chapel. Three small openings with trefoil cusping to two centred arches. Interior. Vaulted tower with large - circular opening for bell ropes. Tall tower arch on high base with embattled shafts to responds. Nave in four bays, North arcade mainly C13 with two centred arches of two hollow moulded orders on round columns with moulded capitals. The bay to the West is probably C15 and was added when the tower was built. The West bay of the South arcade is similar to that of the North arcade, but the other bays are C14 and have two centred double chamfered arches with broach stops on hexagonal columns. Chancel arch is C13, and similar to those of North arcade. Nave roof is C15 and has cambered and moulded tie beams on jackposts. The chancel roof has the date 1744 to one tie beam, although this is probably a renewal of a C15 roof which was added when a clerestorey was inserted in C15. Monuments: Sir Harry Wakelyn Smith (of Harrysmith and Ladysmith); a native of Whittlesey with bust by G. G. Adams, 1862.

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17-Jul-1951 07/00309/II 000606 6/267 G1 gv WISBECH
Address:  St Peter And St Pauls Church Church Terrace Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1HP
Easting:  546302 Northing:  309557 UPRN:  200002761288
Description:  Parish Church of Saints Peter and Paul, WISBECH
Detailed Description:  Occupying a central position in the townthe development and unusual plan of the church is of greatinterest. Built of limestone with Barnack dressings, limestone andpebble rubble originally plastered. Roofs of lead. The remainingC12 church survives in the north aisle and the base of the westtower. The chancel was rebuilt in the C14 with a south chapel. Thesouth aisle was also widened and provided with a clerestorey,another aisle was added to the south and the north aisle widenedboth enclosing the tower. Later in C14 a south porch was erected.The west tower partially collapsed in C16 causing internal damagenecessitating the rebuilding of the south nave arcade. Both naveand inner south aisle were reroofed with flat beamed ceilingscovered by one high pitched outer roof. A large window was insertedinto the west tower wall and the east arch removed. The originalstair turret was retained as a small bellcote. A vestry was addedin the angle of the chancel and south chapel. In c1525 a freestanding tower was erected to the north west, providing a linkedporched entrance to north aisle. An extensive restoration by MrBassett Smith was undertaken in 1856-8 when the chancel was reroofedand the C16 west end window replaced. South elevation; clerestoreyof seven bays with windows of alternate two and three lights.Windows to outer south aisle, C16 of four and three cinquefoillights. Angle buttresses C14 partly rebuilt one with HP 1586 IBinscribed. Two storey porch with angle buttresses. C14 mouldedlabel with continuous outer order, moulded two centred archspringing from moulded capital with attached shafts. Late C17sundial with Roman numerals and gnome on moulded cill with shapedpediment and serpent above. South doorway has deeply moulded twocentred C14 arch. Chapel of three buttressed bays, three, threelight windows with moulded labels and defaced stops. Priests doorrestored. Vestry with angle buttresses, door to left hand in roundheaded arch. Six trefoiled light window; panelled, crenellatedparapet with moulded cornice. Tower of three stages, ashlarlimestone, carving much weathered. Angle buttresses of six stagescapped by gables. Plinth with band of quatrefoils and geometricdesigns. Similar bands with shields at belfry floor and parapetstepped to panelled corner pinnacles with crockets. Lead spireletwith patterned iron weathervane. Second stage and belfry windows,two light with embattled transomes above two centred north arch withmoulded caps and bases with spandrels of shields of SS Peter andPaul. Carved panels above belfry lights with arms of Canterbury andEly, the Wheel of St Catherine and the chalice and host. Mouldedceiling beams to first floor exposed in porch. Interior. Northnave arcade, C12 of five bays with round arches, one with chevronornament, two round piers. The others clustered with square capsand acanthus decoration. In two spandrels are sunk quatrefoilsone circle. The south arcade of four bays has wide obtuse arches oftwo orders springing from slender piers with engaged shafts withmoulded caps on their inner faces. Chancel arch C14, two centredand three bayed chapel arcade of two orders on clustered piers withmoulded caps. Plain square headed C14 piscina, C14 font standing onclustered shafts. Some C15 painted glass in south chapel and innine clerestorey windows. Three stalls in sanctuary withmisericords. C17 altar table. Marble pulpit, 1904. Royal arms ofJames I, carved and painted. Brass of Thomas de Braunstone,Constable of Wisbech Castle, 1401, one of the finest in England.Brass in south chapel to Nicholas Sanford, 1638. North wall ofchancel, marble monument to Thomas Parke, 1628, and Etheldreda hiswife, and one to Mathias Taylor, 1633. Monument to E Southwell 1787by Nollekens (1731-1823) with seated figure of Hope and other goodC18 and C19 wall monuments including one to Thomas Edwards by EdwardStauton (1681-1734) to Mrs Worral, 1795 by John Hinchliffe (b c1760)and to James Smith 1835 by Samuel Andrews of Wisbech (1801-1840)

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16-Mar-1954 07/00015/II 000345 6/10 II gv WISBECH
Address:  1 York Row Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1EB
Easting:  546141 Northing:  309578 UPRN:  010034161808
Description:  No 1, (York Row), CASTLE SQUARE
Detailed Description:  Corner house built c1797. One of a terrace of houses continuing from the Crescent along York Row, part of the planned circus of the Castle Estate, designed and built by Joseph Medworth (b 1752, d 1827) from 1793 to 1816. Local brown brick; slate roof, side stack. Three storeys and basement, three bays on both street facades. Stone coped parapet with painted stone bands at first and second floor. Plastered plinth. Crescent facade has two, recessed nine pane hung sash windows in cambered gauged red brick arches and stone cills, and one, painted blind window. Two, second floor twelve pane windows in similar openings and one blind window. Three ground floor hung sash windows without glazing bars. York Row facade has similar window pattern without blind windows. Windows at first floor have half glazing bars removed. Main entrance to left-hand in recessed round headed red gauged brick arch with two stone steps. C19 four panelled door and plain fanlight. Interior has original closed string staircase, panelled doors and archways and window cases. One adam style and two c.1900 chimney pieces.

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16-Mar-1954 07/00043/II   6/36A II   WISBECH
Address:  13 The Crescent Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1EH
Easting:  546144 Northing:  309568 UPRN:  200002428164
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16-Mar-1954 07/00289/II 000592 5/250 II gv WISBECH
Address:  16 South Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JQ
Easting:  545815 Northing:  309545 UPRN:  100090084873
Description:  Nos 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, and 22, SOUTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Early C19 terrace of seven houses. Gaultbrick, mansard slate roof with ridge stacks. Two storeys with atticsand basements. Eleven attic windows. Stepped parapet with recessedpanels and stone copings. Plinth. End houses each with two storey,segmental planned brick bays with hung sash windows shaped to thebay. Twelve first floor recessed twelve paned hung sash windows withcambered gauged brick arches, stone cills and painted reveals.Similar ground floor windows alternate with six panelled doors inround headed gauged brick arches with patterned fanlights.

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01-Feb-1969 07/00278/II   5/239 6/239 II 1 2 3 and 4 WISBECH
Address:  4 South Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JA
Easting:  545999 Northing:  309614 UPRN:  100091610366
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10-Feb-1969 07/00011/II 000342 6/7 II gv WISBECH
Address:  7 Bridge Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1AF
Easting:  546027 Northing:  309610 UPRN:  100091512945
Description:  Nos 7 and 8, BRIDGE STREET
Detailed Description:  Two shops, originally timber framed and jettied to the street, possibly late C16 or earlier, with late C17brick gables, roof and rear wing. Walls rendered; steeply pitched slated, butt purlin roof of four bays. Diagonal red brick shaft to left hand stack. Two storeys, but attic floor removed. Three first floor casement windows. Late C19 shop windows flank central door to No 7, and C20 windows to No 8. Rear wing cased in brick and raised to three storeys in early C19, with architraved shop window. Interior to No eight has fine carved moulded ceiling beams and stop moulded floor joists. Exposed roof trusses.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00012/II 000342 6/7 II gv WISBECH
Address:  8 Bridge Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1AF
Easting:  546027 Northing:  309610 UPRN:  100091512946
Description:  Nos 7 and 8, BRIDGE STREET
Detailed Description:  Two shops, originally timber framed and jettied to the street, possibly late C16 or earlier, with late C17brick gables, roof and rear wing. Walls rendered; steeply pitched slated, butt purlin roof of four bays. Diagonal red brick shaft to left hand stack. Two storeys, but attic floor removed. Three first floor casement windows. Late C19 shop windows flank central door to No 7, and C20 windows to No 8. Rear wing cased in brick and raised to three storeys in early C19, with architraved shop window. Interior to No eight has fine carved moulded ceiling beams and stop moulded floor joists. Exposed roof trusses.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00013/IISTAR 000343 6/8 G2STAR gv WISBECH
Address:  Clarkson Memorial Bridge Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546063 Northing:  309627 UPRN:  010034161468
Description:  Clarkson Memorial, BRIDGE STREET (Central island),
Detailed Description:  Commemorative monument, standing at the centre of Bridge Street. Erected 1880-1881. Architect, Sir George Gilbert Scott (1811-1878). Responsibility for the design and execution of the monument was assumed by Scott’s son, John Oldrid Scott, after his father’s death. The contractor was Pattinson of Sleaford. The monument was restored c1984. Limestone and red sanstone. Six steps lead up to a buttressed pedestal with four sides, on each side a red sandstone panel. The first of these is carved with the words ‘Clarkson/Born at Wisbech/1760’, within a moulded frame. The remaining three panels are relief sculptures, with inscriptions beneath; two show distinguished abolitionists, Granville Sharp and William Wilberforce, both seated. The fourth panel is a copy of Wedgewood’s iconic 1787 bas-relief of a supplicant slave, designed by William Hackwood. Beneath this panel, the words ‘Remember them that are in bonds’. Around the top of the pedestal, a cornice of hop leaves; brewing was an important industry in Wisbech. On a secondary pedestal is a statue of Thomas Clarkson in white Ancaster stone; Clarkson stands a little over life size, with a scroll in one hand and the broken fetters of a slave in the other. The statue is enclosed by an open canopy with trefoiled heads, supported by buttressed shafts. The canopy is surmounted by a lantern with crockets to buttress finials, and a spire terminating with a gilded cross. The height of the monument is about 68ft.

History: Thomas Clarkson (1760-1846) was pivotal to the British campaign to end the slave trade and the institution of slavery. Born at Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, Clarkson was the son of a curate and grammar school headmaster; his intention was to follow his father into the church. At Cambridge, in 1787, Clarkson wrote the winning Latin prize essay for which the set topic was ‘Anne liceat invitos in servitutem dare’ (‘Is it lawful to enslave the unconsenting?’). Research into the Atlantic slave trade left him appalled, and he resolved to devote himself to seeing ‘these calamities to their end’; his first act was to translate and publish his essay, which proved hugely influential. In 1787 he joined with Granville Sharpe and others to form the Society for Effecting the Abolition of the Slave Trade, and in the same year, Clarkson was instrumental in persuading William Wilberforce to represent the cause in Parliament. Clarkson undertook to travel the country raising support, and seeking out evidence about the slave trade to put before Parliament. This he did, visiting slave ports great and small, inspecting slave ships, and talking to seamen, doctors, slave captains and merchants. He became a celebrated national figure, but also made bitter enemies. In 1788, Parliament appointed a select committee to examine the slave trade, for which Clarkson organised witnesses and material evidence, including the horrific diagram of the arrangement of slaves below decks on the ship named the ‘Brookes’. During the 1790s, his health at risk, Clarkson went into temporary retirement from the campaign, moving first to the Lake District, and then to Suffolk; he married in 1796. But in 1804 he re-joined the fight with vigour, collecting new evidence and putting pressure on sympathetic MPs. On 25 March 1807 the Foreign Slave Trade Abolition Bill at last received royal assent. In the following years, Clarkson was active in campaigning for the abolition of slavery itself; in 1823 he was one of the founding members of the Anti-Slavery Society. The Slavery Abolition Act having been passed in 1833, Clarkson helped bring about the end of enforced apprenticeship of former slaves in the West Indies. Clarkson died at his home, Playford Hall in Suffolk (qv), on 26 September 1846, and was buried at St Mary’s Church (qv), where there is a listed memorial to him. Besides the monument at Wisbech, there is one at High Cross, Thundridge, in Cambridgeshire (qv), and in 1996, to mark his sequicentenery, a tablet was placed i

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10-Feb-1969 07/00041/II 000368 6/31 II gv WISBECH
Address:  7 The Crescent Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1EH
Easting:  546178 Northing:  309527 UPRN:  100091647051
Description:  Nos 7 and 8, THE CRESCENT Nos 7 and 8, THE CRESCENT
Detailed Description:  Pair of houses with common facade dated1808 on key stone of rear arch to carriageway, linking two terraces built by Joseph Medworth (b 1752, d 1827), as part of the planned circus of the Castle Estate. Local brown brick with stone dressings, slate roof. Three storeys and basements; seven bays. Symmetrical facade, central three bays slightly project with triangular pediment and dentil enrichment to stone cornice. Parapet with blind balustraded panels. Rusticated stone quoins and jambs to carriageway. Stone bands at first and second floor and plinth band. Central round headed blind arch through first and second floor with stone panel and doorcase to balcony window with Ionic pilasters and open segmental pediment. Patterned iron balcony railings. Small, nine paned hung sash window in segmental arch above. Six, second floor nine paned hung sash windows in recessed segmental brick arches; four, twelve paned first floor windows, and two balcony windows with recessed segmental arches. Two, matching entrances to left and right hand in double recessed round headed brick arches with patterned glazing bars to fanlights and six fielded panelled doors. Two round headed hung sash windows in similar arches, and two windows with stone arches flank carriageway. Good original interior details to No 7, open string staircase, six panelled doors, panelled window shutters and lower doors to balcony windows. Plastered friezes and cornices; original chimney pieces. Two small bay windows segmental in plan with patterned, tented roofs and balcony railings in rear elevation. No 8, has an original open string staircase with Modern casing protecting balusters, good chimney piece and panelled lower balcony doors. Six panelled door with applied relief panels.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00042/II 000368 6/31 II gv WISBECH
Address:  8 The Crescent Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1EH
Easting:  546172 Northing:  309537 UPRN:  100091512923
Description:  Nos 7 and 8, THE CRESCENT
Detailed Description:  Pair of houses with common facade dated1808 on key stone of rear arch to carriageway, linking two terraces built by Joseph Medworth (b 1752, d 1827), as part of the planned circus of the Castle Estate. Local brown brick with stone dressings, slate roof. Three storeys and basements; seven bays. Symmetrical facade, central three bays slightly project with triangular pediment and dentil enrichment to stone cornice. Parapet with blind balustraded panels. Rusticated stone quoins and jambs to carriageway. Stone bands at first and second floor and plinth band. Central round headed blind arch through first and second floor with stone panel and doorcase to balcony window with Ionic pilasters and open segmental pediment. Patterned iron balcony railings. Small, nine paned hung sash window in segmental arch above. Six, second floor nine paned hung sash windows in recessed segmental brick arches; four, twelve paned first floor windows, and two balcony windows with recessed segmental arches. Two, matching entrances to left and right hand in double recessed round headed brick arches with patterned glazing bars to fanlights and six fielded panelled doors. Two round headed hung sash windows in similar arches, and two windows with stone arches flank carriageway. Good original interior details to No 7, open string staircase, six panelled doors, panelled window shutters and lower doors to balcony windows. Plastered friezes and cornices; original chimney pieces. Two small bay windows segmental in plan with patterned, tented roofs and balcony railings in rear elevation. No 8, has an original open string staircase with Modern casing protecting balusters, good chimney piece and panelled lower balcony doors. Six panelled door with applied relief panels.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00044/II 000370 6/32 II gv WISBECH
Address:  The Masonic Hall The Crescent Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1EH
Easting:  546161 Northing:  309537 UPRN:  010012123249
Description:  Wesleyan Chapel, THE CRESCENT
Detailed Description:  Former chapel, built 1803 and enlarged in1835, part of the planned circus of the Castle Estate built by Joseph Medworth (b 1752, d 1827). Dark red brick with rusticated stone quoins; rendered ground floor and plinth. Two storeys with gallery band. Brick pedimented parapet with stone copings and three, patterned iron finials. Central, three light gallery window with gauged red brick, round headed arches divided by stone shafts, two flanking windows with similar arches all with margin glazing bars. Pair of matching entrances with stone cornices supported by console brackets; double, sunk panelled doors. Two segmental headed ground floor windows with fixed lights.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00054/II 000381 6/45 II gv WISBECH
Address:  1 High Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DB
Easting:  546169 Northing:  309661 UPRN:  200002374767
Description:  No 1, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Shop, early C18. Reddened local brown brick. Four storeys, two bays. Flush framed hung sash windows without glazing bars in segmental gauged red brick arches. Brickbands between floors and moulded brick cornice to restored parapet. Modern shop at ground floor.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00066/II 000390 6/54 G2STAR gv WISBECH
Address:  17 Hill Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1BA
Easting:  546196 Northing:  309793 UPRN:  100091194521
Description:  No 17, (Dickens Tavern), HILL STREET
Detailed Description:  Mid C18 house. Local brown brick; slate roof with end stacks. Parapet with stone coping, painted stone band at second floor and rusticated quoins. Gauged red brick arches to all windows with stone cills. Brick plinth. Three storeys. Five, nine paned, recessed hung sash windows, and five, first floor, and four, ground floor, twelve paned hung sash windows. Central entrance with painted, moulded stone doorcase with pulvinated frieze and cornice. Six panelled door. Interior has good early C19 staircase and ceiling to right hand room of plastered cross beams enriched by flower bosses, also C19.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00067/II 000391 6/55 II gv WISBECH
Address:  19 Hill Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1BA
Easting:  546201 Northing:  309780 UPRN:  100090080765
Description:  No 19, HILL STREET
Detailed Description:  Late C18 house. Local brown brick; slate roof with end stack to east. Three storeys. Brick plinth. Two second floor recessed nine pane hung sash windows with flat arches, two, twelve pane hung sash windows at first floor with one similar wider ground floor window to east of main entrance. Doorcase with broken pediment and Doric pilasters; round headed, plain fanlight and four panelled door. Interior has original doors and staircase.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00069/II 000392 6/56 II gv WISBECH
Address:  27 Hill Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1BA
Easting:  546210 Northing:  309759 UPRN:  100091610212
Description:  No 27, (Wisbech Standard), HILL STREET
Detailed Description:  Late C18 house. Local amber brick. Three storeys with basement; double pile plan with side stacks. Stonecoping to parapet, bands at first and second floors, and plinth band. All windows without glazing bars. Four, second floor, and four, larger first floor hung sash windows in cambered, gauged brick arches. Three large round headed ground floor windows with gauged brick arches and stone cills. Architraved stone doorcase to left-hand entrance approached by stone steps; panelled door in recessed round headed arch with patterned fanlight. Interior details original. Good pedimented doorcases, chimney piece and staircase with top light.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00097/II 000421 6/85 II gv WISBECH
Address:  6 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DT
Easting:  546264 Northing:  309622 UPRN:  100091513003
Description:  No 6, MARKET PLACE,
Detailed Description:  Shop, C18. Painted stucco; steeply pitched, modern tiled roof with ridge stack to left hand. Two storeys. One, four paned hung sash window, early C19 shop at ground floor with canted windows flanking glazed shop door. Ovolo moulded ceiling beam to basement, C17, with original brick steps to street.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00115/II 000438 6/101 II gv WISBECH
Address:  32 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DP
Easting:  546204 Northing:  309712 UPRN:  100091512991
Description:  No 32, (Findlays), MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Shop, early C18. Local brown brick, redbrick dressings. Three storeys and attic, two bays. Six paned hung sash dormer window. Parapet with stone coping and two brick panels. Moulded dentil brick cornice. Cambered, gauged brick arches to twelve paned, flush framed, hung sash windows with stone cills. Modern shop at ground floor, and interiors.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00116/II 000439 6/102 II gv WISBECH
Address:  35 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DP
Easting:  546220 Northing:  309704 UPRN:  100091513346
Description:  No 35 (The George Inn), (now a shoe shop), MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Inn dating from c1500. Original building timber framed and jettied to street with brick vaulted under croft or semi basement. Red, plain tile roof, and street elevation of rendered timber frame with applied timber decoration c1936. Two storeys. Three facade gables; two bay windows of six lights with transomes flank central two light casement window at first floor. Three similar ground floor windows of five lights. Entrance approached by steps, recessed, to right of centre. Rear elevation shows exposed timber frame and carved pilaster details to original openings. First floor rebuilt above jetty but intact in side elevation. Interior has very fine moulded ceiling beams to ground floor rooms, and an original window with rubbed brick jambs and hollow chamfer mullion to under croft.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00131/II 000451 6/114 II gv WISBECH
Address:  5 Market Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1EX
Easting:  546224 Northing:  309623 UPRN:  100091513210
Description:  Nos 5, 6 and 7, MARKET STREET
Detailed Description:  Part of the Castle Estate Development 1793 - 1816.Three shops forming a terrace with carriageway to No 5. No seven has been rebuilt. Local brown brick, No 5, roughcast and painted. Parapet with stone copings. Eight first floor and second floor blind windows and hung sash windows recessed in cambered gauged red brick arches, some with glazing bars complete. Three modern shops at ground floor.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00132/II 000451 6/114 II gv WISBECH
Address:  6 Market Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1EX
Easting:  546219 Northing:  309619 UPRN:  100091610270
Description:  Nos 5, 6 and 7, MARKET STREET
Detailed Description:  Part of the Castle Estate Development 1793 - 1816.Three shops forming a terrace with carriageway to No 5. No seven has been rebuilt. Local brown brick, No 5, roughcast and painted. Parapet with stone copings. Eight first floor and second floor blind windows and hung sash windows recessed in cambered gauged red brick arches, some with glazing bars complete. Three modern shops at ground floor.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00133/II 000451 6/114 II gv WISBECH
Address:  7 Market Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1EX
Easting:  546217 Northing:  309614 UPRN:  100091513252
Description:  Nos 5, 6 and 7, MARKET STREET
Detailed Description:  Part of the Castle Estate Development 1793 - 1816.Three shops forming a terrace with carriageway to No 5. No seven has been rebuilt. Local brown brick, No 5, roughcast and painted. Parapet with stone copings. Eight first floor and second floor blind windows and hung sash windows recessed in cambered gauged red brick arches, some with glazing bars complete. Three modern shops at ground floor.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00141/II 000457 6/120 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Castle Vaults The Castle Museum Square Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546220 Northing:  309564 UPRN:  010034161883
Description:  Castle Vaults, MUSEUM SQUARE
Detailed Description:  C17, brick tunnel vaults with long central east-west passage covering an area approximately 70 x 90 feet which suggests they were built specifically for the C17 mansion. The well and some earlier wall materials may have medieval origins. Entrance to the vaults faces east and was built by Joseph Medworth c1816 for access to the well.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00142/II 000458 6/121 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Three Pairs Of Gate Piers And Garden Wall The Castle Museum Square Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546202 Northing:  309571 UPRN:  010034161884
Description:  Gate Piers and Garden Wall to Castle, MUSEUM SQUARE
Detailed Description:  Gate piers of rusticated limestone with deeply moulded cornices to caps and ball finials c1656 resited. One pair now flank the main east entrance to The Castle, and two other pairs now with entrances sealed face Market Street and The Crescent. The red brick garden walls, partly coped with reused moulded stone was possibly built c1800.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00143/II   6/122 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Two Gate Piers Flanking War Memorial Museum Square Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546159 Northing:  309589 UPRN:  010034161885
Description:  Two Gate Piers flanking War Memorial, MUSEUM SQUARE
Detailed Description:  Two gate piers of rusticated limestone with deeply moulded cornice to caps and ball finials, c1656 resited to boundary of garden by Joseph Medworth, c1800.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00148/IISTAR 000464 6/127 G2STAR gv WISBECH
Address:  Wisbech Museum Museum Square Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1ES
Easting:  546260 Northing:  309572 UPRN:  100091513209
Description:  The Museum (No 4), MUSEUM SQUARE
Detailed Description:  Museum, one of the first to be designed in the country, architect George Buckler (b 1811-86), built in 1846-7.Grey Gault brick with stone dressings; slate roofs with two stacks. Two storeys and semi basements; two rear wings extended in 1884.Symmetrical facade with entrance bay recessed. Deep, moulded dentil cornice and stone frieze band. Rainwater head taken from Albion Place dated 1722 with cross keys. Main entrance approached by seven stone steps with iron railings. Quasi Doric porch, including sidelights, to half glazed double doors. Two, first floor, and two larger ground floor three light hung sash windows with console brackets to cills and deep cornices. Four stone piers terminate low garden wall with stone copings, originally with iron railings. Interior has entrance hall with top lit central hall to rear. Long display hall to left hand with gallery on three sides and two open string staircases with patterned cast iron balusters. Library to right hand extended 1884. All rooms fitted with original display cases and bookcases.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00149/II 000465 6/128 II gv WISBECH
Address:  3 Nene Quay Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1HY
Easting:  546097 Northing:  309679 UPRN:  100090082599
Description:  Nos 3, 4 and 5, NENE QUAY
Detailed Description:  Three, possibly late C16 shops or granaries, originally timber framed and jettied to the Street (No 5, jetty boxed ). Rear wing to No 3, late C17 and contemporary with south gable brick wall with lamp niche that must have replaced one bay of the original building. Rendered walls. Steeply pitched slate and pantile C17 side purlin roofs. One ridge stack to left of centre. Two storeys with attics. Two side passage ways and three shop entrances with modern shop windows. Two first floor hung sash windows to No 5, and three, four light transomed casement windows to Nos three and 4. One small attic window.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00150/II 000465 6/128 II gv WISBECH
Address:  4 Nene Quay Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1HY
Easting:  546099 Northing:  309683 UPRN:  100090082600
Description:  Nos 3, 4 and 5, NENE QUAY
Detailed Description:  Three, possibly late C16 shops or granaries, originally timber framed and jettied to the Street (No 5, jetty boxed ). Rear wing to No 3, late C17 and contemporary with south gable brick wall with lamp niche that must have replaced one bay of the original building. Rendered walls. Steeply pitched slate and pantile C17 side purlin roofs. One ridge stack to left of centre. Two storeys with attics. Two side passage ways and three shop entrances with modern shop windows. Two first floor hung sash windows to No 5, and three, four light transomed casement windows to Nos three and 4. One small attic window.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00151/II 000465 6/128 II gv WISBECH
Address:  5 Nene Quay Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1AQ
Easting:  546101 Northing:  309688 UPRN:  100090082601
Description:  Nos 3, 4 and 5, NENE QUAY
Detailed Description:  Three, possibly late C16 shops or granaries, originally timber framed and jettied to the Street (No 5, jetty boxed ). Rear wing to No 3, late C17 and contemporary with south gable brick wall with lamp niche that must have replaced one bay of the original building. Rendered walls. Steeply pitched slate and pantile C17 side purlin roofs. One ridge stack to left of centre. Two storeys with attics. Two side passage ways and three shop entrances with modern shop windows. Two first floor hung sash windows to No 5, and three, four light transomed casement windows to Nos three and 4. One small attic window.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00154/IISTAR 000468 6/131 G2STAR gv WISBECH
Address:  Albion Granary 9 Nene Quay Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1HY
Easting:  546114 Northing:  309743 UPRN:  100090082605
Description:  No 9, (Horace Friend Warehouse No 2), NENE QUAY
Detailed Description:  Warehouse, early C19. Local brick; hipped slate roof, extended in C20 to east. Five storeys with basement, gable to street. Blind windows to left hand at each storey and central boarded door to each floor except fourth. Four, fourth floor windows and three similar casement windows in cambered gauged brick arches at each floor. Pair of very fine metal panelled and studded doors in original rear elevation, said to have been taken from the C19 model prison designed by G Basevi (b 1794, d 1845).

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10-Feb-1969 07/00155/II 000469 6/132 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Horace Friend Warehouse Number 3 Nene Quay Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1AQ
Easting:  546122 Northing:  309776 UPRN:  010014149804
Description:  No 11, (Horace Friend Warehouse No 3), NENE QUAY
Detailed Description:  Early C19 warehouse. Local brown brick; hipped asbestos sheet roof. Gable to street of three bays. Three storeys and attic. Three second floor casement windows with glazing bars in segmental brick arches, two first floor windows flank central boarded door; and one window to left hand of main double entry at ground floor with boarded doors in segmental arch. Window to right-hand boarded.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00162/II 000476 5/139 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Lloyds TSB 2 - 3 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JR
Easting:  545969 Northing:  309689 UPRN:  200002987609
Description:  No 3, (Lloyds Bank), NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Bank built 1926-8 in Baroque revival style. Architects F B Ward & H Munro Cautley. Red brick with limestone dressings. Two storeys; five bays with recessed bay to east, and entrance to upper floor. Giant Ionic brick pilasters divide bays. Panelled parapet with stone copings, deep stone-capped plinth and band. Five first floor twelve paned hung sash windows with aprons, and four, eighteen paned ground floor hung sash windows with gauged brick arches and stone key blocks. Very splendid doorcase, limestone, square headed with bolection moulding, panelled pilasters and console brackets supporting entablature with segmental pediment, cartouche and large sculpture figures. Double, three panelled doors.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00163/II 000477 5/140 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Hare And Hounds Hotel 4 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JR
Easting:  545952 Northing:  309691 UPRN:  200002980538
Description:  No 4, (Hare and Hounds), NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Early C19 coaching inn. Local brown brick; red tile roof, shallow parapet gables with tall end stacks. Three storeys and basement with side passage to east. One dormer window with flat roof. Three second floor, recessed, casement windows with stone cills in cambered gauged red brick arches. Three first floor, and two ground floor, four paned hung sash windows in similar arches to second floor. Plain wooden doorcase, rectangular fanlight.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00164/II 000478 5/141 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Phoenix Hotel And Restaurant 5 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JR
Easting:  545944 Northing:  309690 UPRN:  200002980539
Description:  No 5, (Whyte Harte Hotel), NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Hotel, originally a coaching inn. C17buildings faced with brick in 1756. Stuccoed in C19 and main entrance built into original cartway. Local brown brick; slate roof with parapet gables and end stacks. Three storeys with basement and attics; five bays. Stuccoed facade rusticated at ground floor and quoins. Parapet with stone copings, five flat roofed dormer windows. Five second floor and first floor recessed, twelve paned hung sash windows with moulded cases, flat arches and cills. Four similar ground floor windows with rusticated jambs. Wide central entrance with double, panelled doors and rectangular fanlight. H Belloc stayed here and wrote of Wisbech harbour.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00170/II 000483 5/146 II gv WISBECH
Address:  11 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JR
Easting:  545901 Northing:  309680 UPRN:  200002987612
Description:  No 11, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Early C18 warehouse, sharing a common party wall with No 10, but with access from No 12. Late C18, or early C19cottage built into fabric of building to west. Local brown brick, red pantile roof. L-plan; three storeys with attics. Three second floor six paned windows in segmental arches, two similar first floor, and two ground floor windows. Band at first floor. Modern entry to east. Cottage occupies two storeys. Two blocked first floor windows, and two, twelve pane hung sash window to right hand of four panelled house door in segmental arch of yellow brick. Ogee shaped flight entry to dovecote in blocked window.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00180/IISTAR 000493 5/156 G2STAR gv WISBECH
Address:  Stables To North West Of Peckover House 15 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  545828 Northing:  309650 UPRN:  010034161895
Description:  Stable to north west of No 15, (Peckover House), NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Mid to late C18 stables with loft and tackroom. Local brown brick, hipped slate roof. Two storeys. Two first floor painted blind windows with round headed arches. Central oval window with glazing bars. Three round headed gauged red brick arches to two ground floor windows and central door. Windows with interlacing glazing bars; plank door with fanlight. Interior stabling complete; four bays with flanking three panelled pine doors. Staircase to left hand, hay loft, and original pine kingpost roof. Tack room, pine boarded with original fittings. Herringbone patterned brick floor.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00183/II 000496 5/159 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Remaind Of White Cross Peckover House 15 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  545768 Northing:  309637 UPRN:  010034161897
Description:  Remains of White Cross in garden of No 15,NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Medieval shaft of cross. Barnack stone chamfered and stopped with weathered carving, mounted on modern plinth inscribed, White Cross of the Low. The remains were dredged from the river and once stood at The Low until the Reformation.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00187/II 000500 5/163 II gv WISBECH
Address:  21 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JR
Easting:  545819 Northing:  309626 UPRN:  010002209183
Description:  No 21, (Friends Meeting House), NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Chapel built in 1854 replacing earlier meeting house. Designed by Algernon Peckover (1803-1893 ). Gault brick with stone dressings. Low pitch, slate mansard roof. One-story with attics. Brick plinth, shallow parapet with stone coping. Deep, moulded cornice repeated above stone windowcases. Three, twelve paned hung sash windows, three flat roofed dormer windows. Main entrance to west, doorcase similar to windows, double, three panelled doors. Plaque above door with date. Interior has original fittings and gallery in pine and pine benches.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00189/II 000502 5/273 II gv WISBECH
Address:  22 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JR
Easting:  545811 Northing:  309623 UPRN:  200002980560
Description:  No 22, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  House built later in same style as pair of Jacobean Gothic revival houses built by Algenon Peckover (1803 -1893) between 1854 and 1860. Yellow Gault brick with limestone dressings, tiled roof with patterned ridge tiles. Two storeys. Crenellated parapet. Stack to right hand. Oak door to left hand with square headed arch with dripmould. Two storey canted bay window of five casement lights with transomes and leaded lights at ground floor.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00190/II 000503 5/165 II gv WISBECH
Address:  23 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JR
Easting:  545805 Northing:  309617 UPRN:  200002980561
Description:  Nos 23 and 24, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Pair of Jacobean Gothic revival houses built by Algenon Peckover (1803-1893) between 1854 and 1860. Yellow Gault brick with limestone dressings; tiled roof with fleur de lys ridge tiles. Two storeys with attics and basements. Central ridgestack and two side stacks to slightly projecting wings with four equal, crow stepped gables and tall stone finials. Moulded decoration on tall chimney pots to all stacks. Three first floor twelve paned hung sash windows in flat stone arches with dripmoulds. Six similar second floor windows. Stone bands between floors and capping to plinth. Ground floor window to No 24 has original three light hung sash window, No 23 replaced by canted bay window. Two Gothic oak doors approached by stone steps with low flanking walls. Interiors have original open string staircase with fluted newel posts and six panelled doors.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00191/II 000503 5/165 II gv WISBECH
Address:  24 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JR
Easting:  545795 Northing:  309611 UPRN:  010002209188
Description:  Nos 23 and 24, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Pair of Jacobean Gothic revival houses built by Algenon Peckover (1803-1893) between 1854 and 1860. Yellow Gault brick with limestone dressings; tiled roof with fleur de lys ridge tiles. Two storeys with attics and basements. Central ridgestack and two side stacks to slightly projecting wings with four equal, crow stepped gables and tall stone finials. Moulded decoration on tall chimney pots to all stacks. Three first floor twelve paned hung sash windows in flat stone arches with dripmoulds. Six similar second floor windows. Stone bands between floors and capping to plinth. Ground floor window to No 24 has original three light hung sash window, No 23 replaced by canted bay window. Two Gothic oak doors approached by stone steps with low flanking walls. Interiors have original open string staircase with fluted newel posts and six panelled doors.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00237/II 000547 6/208 II gv WISBECH
Address:  9 - 10 North Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1NP
Easting:  546032 Northing:  309829 UPRN:  010012126496
Description:  Nos 9 and 10, NORTH STREET
Detailed Description:  Late C18 or early C19 house and shop. Localbrown brick with modern tiled mansard roof originally with shapedgables. End stacks. Two storeys with attics and basement, rearoutshut. Shallow parapet with stone coping. Four first floorwindows in flat gauged brick arches, two inner windows aboveentrances twelve paned hung sashes, flanked on either side by sixteenpaned hung sashes. Shop window to No nine has a fixed light, withglazing bars in original gauged brick arch. Shop door slightlyrecessed with fanlight in round headed arch. Entrance to No 10 haswooden doorcase with broken pediment, reeded reveals and roundheaded arch, patterned fanlight and six panelled door. Interiorhas panelled window cases with shutters, panelled door and closedstring staircase with slender newel posts all contemporary. Someof these details are repeated in No 9.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00254/II 000558 6/218 II gv WISBECH
Address:  3 Old Market Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1NJ
Easting:  546045 Northing:  309791 UPRN:  100091513025
Description:  Nos 3 and 4, OLD MARKET
Detailed Description:  Mid to late C18 house and shop with sideentrance to north giving access to warehouse at rear. Local brownbrick; slate and asbestos roofs, end stacks. Three storeys andbasement. Stone band at cornice and second floor. Four, twelvepaned, recessed hung sash windows in cambered gauged brick archeswith central blind window to first and second floors. Second floorwindows smaller with late C19 replacement hung sashes. Complete lateC19 shop facade of two, large, four light windows flanking, glazed,double doors; plain pilasters to doorways, including passage door,and quoins with common entablature. Interior has a good open stringgeometric planned staircase, square sectioned balusters and mahoganyhandrail. Panelled window shutters and reveals.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00255/II 000558 6/218 II gv WISBECH
Address:  4 Old Market Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1NJ
Easting:  546045 Northing:  309791 UPRN:  100091513318
Description:  Nos 3 and 4, OLD MARKET
Detailed Description:  Mid to late C18 house and shop with sideentrance to north giving access to warehouse at rear. Local brownbrick; slate and asbestos roofs, end stacks. Three storeys andbasement. Stone band at cornice and second floor. Four, twelvepaned, recessed hung sash windows in cambered gauged brick archeswith central blind window to first and second floors. Second floorwindows smaller with late C19 replacement hung sashes. Complete lateC19 shop facade of two, large, four light windows flanking, glazed,double doors; plain pilasters to doorways, including passage door,and quoins with common entablature. Interior has a good open stringgeometric planned staircase, square sectioned balusters and mahoganyhandrail. Panelled window shutters and reveals.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00261/II 000565 6/225 II gv WISBECH
Address:  11 - 12 Old Market Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1NJ
Easting:  546046 Northing:  309735 UPRN:  100091513090
Description:  Nos 11 and 12, (Barclays Bank), OLD MARKET
Detailed Description:  Bank built 1878 by Boardman of Norwich.Florentine Renaissance design. Red brick with stone dressings.Hipped slate roof with end stacks. Two storeys. Deep, mouldedstone cornice, stone band and plinth with rusticated quoins. Fivefirst floor hung sash windows with shouldered, segmental architraveswith key stone. Large central three light window divided by columnson stone cill with round headed arches and key stones. Two windowsabove main entrance to right hand and larger balancing window toleft hand. Double, panelled doors. Interior has original panellingto walls, and central, large oval planned counters. Ceiling dividedby plastered beams with bands of guilloche decoration. Contemporaryfacade to north wing of five bays and three storeys; originalbuilding possibly C18 .

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10-Feb-1969 07/00264/II   5/228 6/228 II   WISBECH
Address:  27 Old Market Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1NB
Easting:  546002 Northing:  309752 UPRN:  100091513022
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10-Feb-1969 07/00266/II 000570 5/230 II gv WISBECH
Address:  30 Old Market Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1NB
Easting:  545988 Northing:  309766 UPRN:  100091513315
Description:  No 30, OLD MARKET
Detailed Description:  Early to mid C19 house. Red brick withslate roof end stack to north. Three storeys. Modern shop windowwith four panelled door and fanlight to south in round headed, gaugedbrick arch. Two first floor recessed, four paned hung sash windowsin cambered, gauged red brick arches and two similar, but smallersecond floor windows. Parapet with stone copings.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00267/II 000571 5/231 II gv WISBECH
Address:  31 Old Market Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1NB
Easting:  545989 Northing:  309774 UPRN:  100091513023
Description:  No 31, OLD MARKET
Detailed Description:  Early to mid C19 house. Red brick withslate roof, end stack to south. Three storeys. Four panelled doorto north in round headed, gauged brick arch with two, four paned hungsash windows in cambered, brick arches. Windows at first floorsimilar but smaller at second floor. Parapet with stone copings.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00269/II 000573 5/233 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Astral House 33 Old Market Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1NF
Easting:  545990 Northing:  309807 UPRN:  100091513319
Description:  No 33, (Astral House, formerly Glan Dyfy), OLD MARKET
Detailed Description:  Early C19 house. Local gault brick, roofconcealed by parapet with stone coping. Three stacks. Threestoreys and basement, five bays with apsidal rear wing of twostoreys with basement. Central main entrance approached by fourstone steps, plain pilastered stone doorcase with cornice andrecessed four panelled door and rectangular fanlight. Five, sixpaned recessed, second floor hung sash windows in flat gauged brickarches; similar, twelve paned windows at second and ground floors.Rear wing has large three light hung sash window curved to segmentalplan. Interior has original cornices to ceilings with good centrepieces. Plain open string staircase with raking handrail andslender newel posts. Six panelled door with embossed panels.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00275/II 000579 5/253 II gv WISBECH
Address:  30 Somers Road Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JF
Easting:  545930 Northing:  309589 UPRN:  100090084868
Description:  No 30, SOMERS ROAD
Detailed Description:  Early to mid C19 brown brick, slate roof.Three storeys and basement; one bay. Parapet gables. Recessed,nine paned hung sash window at second floor and two storey canted baywindow with hung sashes. Iron railings and gable to basementforecourt. Main entrance to rear in two storey extension; fourpanelled door with fanlight in brick arch.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00276/II 000580 5/276 II gv WISBECH
Address:  31 - 32 Somers Road Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  545929 Northing:  309596 UPRN:  010012124113
Description:  Nos 31 and 32, SOMERS ROAD
Detailed Description:  Built in 1814, house to rear of SessionsHouse. Local brown brick, slate roof, two stacks. Two storeys withbasement. Four bays. Parapet with stone copings, and corniceband. Three, twelve paned hung sash windows and one blind window atfirst floor. Two entrances flank late C19 single storey streetextension with large three light hung sash window. Half glazed doorto right hand approached by steps with iron railings. Patternedfanlight.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00277/II   5/239 6/239 II 1 2 3 and 4 WISBECH
Address:  1-3 South Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JA
Easting:  546007 Northing:  309613 UPRN:  100091610365
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10-Feb-1969 07/00284/II 000591 5/249 II gv WISBECH
Address:  16A South Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JQ
Easting:  545826 Northing:  309537 UPRN:  100090084872
Description:  No 16a, (The Garden House), SOUTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Early C19 house. Local brown brick, modernpantile roof with parapet gable to left hand. Two storeys, onebay. Two casement windows and one, twelve pane horizontal slidingsash window at first floor. Elliptical arch with gauged brick andblind window above to west.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00287/II 000589 5/247 II gv WISBECH
Address:  13 - 14 South Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  545869 Northing:  309576 UPRN:  010034161947
Description:  Nos 13 and 14, SOUTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Early C19 pair of houses. Red brick, slateroofs with end stacks and rear side stacks. Stone bands betweenfloors. Plinth. Three storeys. Brick eaves cornice. Six, secondfloor recessed, two paned hung sash windows, and similar but largerfirst floor and ground floor windows in cambered, gauged brickarches. Two, six panelled doors to east and west with plainrectangular fanlights.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00305/II 000602 6/262 II gv WISBECH
Address:  10 Union Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DJ
Easting:  546182 Northing:  309735 UPRN:  100091512860
Description:  No 10, UNION STREET
Detailed Description:  Mid to late C19 shop. Brown brick; lowpitched pantile roof with stack to north. Two storeys, three bayswith side passageway with round headed outer arch to left hand.Early C20 shop window with central half glazed door and rectangularfanlight. One flat roofed dormer window. Dentil brick eavescornice. Two recessed, two paned hung sash windows in cambered brickarches flank central painted blind window.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00765/II 000528 7/190 II gv WISBECH
Address:  61 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1LN
Easting:  545535 Northing:  309380 UPRN:  200002980595
Description:  No 61, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Early C19 house fronting the stables to Sibalds Holme and reputed to be the coachman's house. Yellow Gault brick with hipped slate roof and deep boarded eaves. Two stacks. Square plan, two storeys with basement. Street facade facing river. Pilasters at quoins with centre bay slightly projecting. Two first floor hung sash windows in cambered gauged brick arches with stone cills flank central blind window. Similar ground floor windows. Six panelled door recessed in round headed brick arch with fanlight. Bricks replace second world war gun positions at first floor level. Interior details good, of particular interest are the shell motifs to each doorcase. Good chimney piece in room to right hand. Reeded details similar to Sibalds Holme.

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16-Feb-1969 07/00120/II 000442 6/105 II gv WISBECH
Address:  40 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DP
Easting:  546256 Northing:  309688 UPRN:  100091610264
Description:  No 40, (The Ship Hotel), MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 hotel. Local Gault brick with rendered ground floor. Hipped slate roof, side stack to right hand. Three storeys, two bays to Market Place and side entrance to west. Stone coping to parapet and stone cornice band. Windows in recessed panel carried through two storeys. Two, nine paned second floor windows and two similar, but larger twelve paned first floor windows. Two ground floor recessed windows.

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25-Jul-1969 07/00144/II 000460 6/123 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Castle Lodge 1-2 Museum Square Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1ES
Easting:  546247 Northing:  309533 UPRN:  100091513336
Description:  No 1, (Castle Lodge), MUSEUM SQUARE
Detailed Description:  House built c1816 using some of the material from The Castle built in 1656 possibly by Peter Mills and demolished in 1816 by Joseph Medworth. Grey Gault brick with stone dressings; slate roofs and side stacks. Two storeys and attics; double pile, symmetrical facade. Shaped parapets with stone copings, moulded stone cornice, band between floors and moulded stone plinth. Rusticated stone quoins. Moulded stone architraves to two first floor, and two large ground floor sixteen paned hung sash windows. Doorcase, reused with rectangular fanlight, two carved wooden brackets support a canopy with iron railings. Casement window to first floor balcony with panelled lower doors. Entrance door originally six panelled. South east elevation has six plastered blind windows in moulded stone architraves, a medieval carved stone in plinth. Interior has open string staircase and other original details.

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10-Dec-1969 07/00215/II 000522 7/184 II gv WISBECH
Address:  51 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  545596 Northing:  309487 UPRN:  010034161925
Description:  No 51, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Early to mid C19 stables. Local brown brick; hipped slate roof. One storey, four bays with four recessed windows with glazing bars in cambered red brick arches.

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16-Nov-1974 07/00258/II 000562 6/222 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Schooner Wharf 6 Old Market Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1NJ
Easting:  546063 Northing:  309771 UPRN:  100091647067
Description:  Hauck Flame Warehouse, to rear of Nos 5 and 7, OLD MARKET
Detailed Description:  Granary built c1820, possibly of twobuilding periods with main structural features parallel to the riverbank (Peace and Millward ). Local brown brick with asbestos sheetingand slated hipped roofs. Five storeys. Facade facing riversymmetrical, five bays. Central double doors at ground levelinserted into original round arched opening. Two windows to left andright hand of two lights in segmental brick arches. Pattern repeatedwith central doorways in segmental arches at each floor level. Somewindows have boarded shutters. Interior has original staircases.Floors supported on brick piers at ground floor, and chamfered timberposts with cantilevered beams above them at other floor levels.

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05-May-1976 07/00235/II 000545 6/206 II gv WISBECH
Address:  7 North Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1NP
Easting:  546060 Northing:  309822 UPRN:  100091195349
Description:  No 7, NORTH STREET
Detailed Description:  Mid C18 house and shop. Painted stucco andlocal brown brick. Slated roofs with parapet gables and mansard roofto front elevation. End stack to south. Two storeys with attic andrear outshut. Two symmetrical shop windows and central door in lateC19 architrave. Side passage to north with panelled door andrectangular fanlight. Two flush framed hung sash windows withoutglazing bars. One, six paned hung sash dormer window with one singlelight window to south. Originally the Elephant and Castle Inn, usedby the lumpers carrying corn from the ships to the granary.

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05-May-1976 07/00236/II 000546 6/207 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Aldercott 8 North Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1NP
Easting:  546058 Northing:  309814 UPRN:  100091195350
Description:  No 8, NORTH STREET
Detailed Description:  Mid C18 house and shop. Painted stucco andbrick; slated mansard roof with asbestos sheets to rear wing. Tallrear stack. Two storeys with attic. Bands at cornice and firstfloor; shallow parapet. Two flat roofed dormer windows withcasements. Three first floor hung sash windows shaped to segmentalarches with key stones and stone cills. Large, projecting, fourlight C19 shop window flanked by passage entrance to north anddouble glazed shop doors to south in common wooden architrave. C18pedimented doorcase to side entrance of rear wing. Interior,exposed chamfered ceiling beams, and very fine mid C18 panelled roomabove shop with contemporary richly ornamented doorcase andchimney piece.

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05-May-1976 07/00240/II   6/211 8/275 II   WISBECH
Address:  13 North Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1NP
Easting:  546043 Northing:  309856 UPRN:  100091513338
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13-Nov-1976 07/00032/II 000359 6/24 II gv WISBECH
Address:  13 Church Terrace Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1BL
Easting:  546370 Northing:  309529 UPRN:  100091513348
Description:  No 13, CHURCH TERRACE
Detailed Description:  Early C19 shop, part of row. Painted local brown brick with slate roof. Three storeys, two bays. Panelled brick parapet with central roundel, and stone coping. Nine paned second floor recessed hung sash windows in cambered gauged brick arches and twelve paned hung sash windows with similar openings at first floor. Late C19 shop with door to left hand. Building occupies an important position facing the church and churchyard.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00030/II 000358 6/23 II gv WISBECH
Address:  11 Church Terrace Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1BL
Easting:  546365 Northing:  309536 UPRN:  100091512967
Description:  Nos 11 and 12, CHURCH TERRACE
Detailed Description:  Early C19 shops now a bank, similar to buildings in Market Place with rounded corner plans. Painted, local brown brick, modern interlocking roof tiles. Stack to right hand. Three storeys, with four bays to Church Terrace. Parapet with stone coping. One blind window and three nine paned, recessed hung sash windows in cambered gauged brick arches and stone cills at second floor. One blind and three twelve paned hung sash windows at first floor in similar openings to second floor. Modern bank at ground floor. Terrace occupies an important position opposite the church and churchyard.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00031/II 000358 6/23 II gv WISBECH
Address:  12 Church Terrace Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546365 Northing:  309536 UPRN:  010034161869
Description:  Nos 11 and 12, CHURCH TERRACE
Detailed Description:  Early C19 shops now a bank, similar to buildings in Market Place with rounded corner plans. Painted, local brown brick, modern interlocking roof tiles. Stack to right hand. Three storeys, with four bays to Church Terrace. Parapet with stone coping. One blind window and three nine paned, recessed hung sash windows in cambered gauged brick arches and stone cills at second floor. One blind and three twelve paned hung sash windows at first floor in similar openings to second floor. Modern bank at ground floor. Terrace occupies an important position opposite the church and churchyard.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00055/II   6/46 II gv WISBECH
Address:  11 High Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DB
Easting:  546141 Northing:  309635 UPRN:  100091512969
Description:  No 11, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Early C18 shop. Reddened local brown brick. Four storeys, two bays. Brick bands between floors. Parapet with stone coping. Flush framed hung sash windows without glazing bars in cambered gauged brick arches. Modern shop at ground.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00059/II 000384 6/48 II gv WISBECH
Address:  18 High Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DB
Easting:  546118 Northing:  309619 UPRN:  100091513307
Description:  No 18, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Early C18 shop possibly refronted in earlyC19. Painted brick. Hipped slate roof, rear stack. Three storeys and three bays with two bays to Castle Square. Four hung sash windows flank two blind windows in cambered gauged brick arches with stone cills at both floor levels. Late C19 or early C20 shop with windows returning to elevation facing Castle Square (No 19 listed as separate item ).

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19-Nov-1976 07/00060/II 000385 6/49 II gv WISBECH
Address:  19 High Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DD
Easting:  546120 Northing:  309611 UPRN:  100091512917
Description:  No 19, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Early C18 shop. Local brown brick, steeply pitched slate roof. Three storeys with basement. Three bays. Three, nine paned hung sash windows in segmental arches at second floor, and similar first floor windows without glazing bars. Shop windows early C20 or late C19 and a continuation of those to No 18.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00063/II 000389 6/53 II gv WISBECH
Address:  7 Hill Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1BA
Easting:  546156 Northing:  309789 UPRN:  100090080763
Description:  Nos 7, 9 and 11, HILL STREET
Detailed Description:  Terrace of three houses, c1800. Local amber brick with red gauged brick arches to all windows. Three storeys with basements; eight bays. No 7, fenestration, modern twelve pane hung sash windows; No 9, four paned hung sash windows, late C19; No 11, has original nine paned second floor hung sash windows, twelve paned first and ground floor hung sash windows. Nos7 and 9, share common plain wooden doorcase with rectangular fanlights; No 11, has panelled reveals to plain wooden doorcase with rectangular fanlight and modern, panelled door. All entrances approached by stone steps.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00064/II 000389 6/53 II gv WISBECH
Address:  9 Hill Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1BA
Easting:  546159 Northing:  309787 UPRN:  100090080764
Description:  Nos 7, 9 and 11, HILL STREET
Detailed Description:  Terrace of three houses, c1800. Local amber brick with red gauged brick arches to all windows. Three storeys with basements; eight bays. No 7, fenestration, modern twelve pane hung sash windows; No 9, four paned hung sash windows, late C19; No 11, has original nine paned second floor hung sash windows, twelve paned first and ground floor hung sash windows. Nos7 and 9, share common plain wooden doorcase with rectangular fanlights; No 11, has panelled reveals to plain wooden doorcase with rectangular fanlight and modern, panelled door. All entrances approached by stone steps.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00065/II 000389 6/53 II gv WISBECH
Address:  11 Hill Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1BA
Easting:  546163 Northing:  309783 UPRN:  100091512955
Description:  Nos 7, 9 and 11, HILL STREET
Detailed Description:  Terrace of three houses, c1800. Local amber brick with red gauged brick arches to all windows. Three storeys with basements; eight bays. No 7, fenestration, modern twelve pane hung sash windows; No 9, four paned hung sash windows, late C19; No 11, has original nine paned second floor hung sash windows, twelve paned first and ground floor hung sash windows. Nos7 and 9, share common plain wooden doorcase with rectangular fanlights; No 11, has panelled reveals to plain wooden doorcase with rectangular fanlight and modern, panelled door. All entrances approached by stone steps.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00071/II 000395 6/59 II gv WISBECH
Address:  26 Hill Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1BA
Easting:  546181 Northing:  309753 UPRN:  100091513306
Description:  No 26, HILL STREET
Detailed Description:  Mid C18 house and shop. Local brown brick; roof not visible. Two storeys. Panelled parapet with stone coping. Dentil enriched painted stone cornice. One blind, and one recessed hung sash window originally with glazing bars. Shop front, one unit of three similar Art Deco windows to west. C19 stone piers to east.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00072/II 000396 6/60 II gv WISBECH
Address:  28 Hill Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1BA
Easting:  546193 Northing:  309745 UPRN:  100091512961
Description:  No 28, HILL STREET
Detailed Description:  Early C19 house. Local brown brick; roof not visible. Ridge stack. Three storeys; three bays. Three second floor nine pane hung sash windows in flat brick arches with stone cills, three twelve pane hung sash windows in similar arches at first floor. Late C19 shop with recessed glazed door. House door to west tin round headed arch with patterned fanlight and six panelled door. Door jamb to west partly rebuilt in late C19.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00073/II 000397 6/61 II gv WISBECH
Address:  30 Hill Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DJ
Easting:  546198 Northing:  309740 UPRN:  100091610384
Description:  No 30, HILL STREET
Detailed Description:  Early C19 corner shop. Local brown brick. Three storeys, three bays to Union Street and two bays to Market Hill. Shallow parapet with stone coping. Six paned second floor, and twelve paned first floor, recessed hung sash windows in cambered brick arches. Brick panels in lieu of windows at rounded corner. Shop with corner entrance c1930.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00096/II 000420 6/84 II gv WISBECH
Address:  5 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DT
Easting:  546261 Northing:  309614 UPRN:  100091512868
Description:  No 5, (Clarkes Music Services), MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Shop, C18, with C17 basement and forecourt covered possibly in C19. Local brown brick. Four storeys, two bays. Shallow parapet with stone copings. Two second and third floor recessed, sixteen paned hung sash windows in cambered gauged brick arches and two replacement casement windows at first floor. Good late C19 shop windows and interior with original glazed door. Brass cap to plinth engraved PIANOES AND REPAIRS, TUNING ANDORGANS. Interior above shop has one good Adam style chimney piece, and C17 ovolo moulded ceiling beam in basement with brick stair to street, other details largely C19, include linking passage to converted C18 brick storehouse of two storeys to rear.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00100/II 000425 6/89 II gv WISBECH
Address:  11 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DT
Easting:  546246 Northing:  309644 UPRN:  100091512999
Description:  No 11, MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Shop, early C19. Grey Gault brick. Four storeys and two bays, with basement. Stone coping to parapet, stack to left hand. Two, nine paned third floor recessed hung sash windows with moulded stone cornice and cill, two similar twelve paned second floor windows. Stone band and rusticated quoins to first floor with large mid C19, three light window with hung sashes and stone consoles to cornice. Modern shop window and door.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00101/II 000424 6/88 II gv WISBECH
Address:  10 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DT
Easting:  546245 Northing:  309634 UPRN:  100090082070
Description:  No 10, MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Early C19 shop. Local brown brick. Four storeys, three bays. Shallow parapet gable with stone copings. Three, six paned recessed third floor hung sash windows in cambered gauged brick arches. Three second floor, twelve paned windows in similar openings and two larger first floor windows with centralc1932 casement window to balcony over shop. Very fine Art Deco design butchers shop fitted in 1932 and complete in every detail including tiled walls, marble topped counters, glazed doors and tiled floor.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00102/II 000426 6/90 II gv WISBECH
Address:  12 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DT
Easting:  546239 Northing:  309640 UPRN:  100091513308
Description:  No 12, MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Shop, early C19. Local brown brick. Three storeys, two bays. Stone coping to parapet, rebuilt with brick panels. Two second floor, four paned recessed hung sash windows with stone cills. Two replacement casement windows at first floor. Modern shop window and door.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00103/II 000427 6/91 II gv WISBECH
Address:  13 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DT
Easting:  546237 Northing:  309648 UPRN:  100091513000
Description:  No 13, MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Two shops, early C19. Local brown brick. Three storeys, building to left hand of two bays and corner shop of three bays including window on rounded corner and two bays to Market Street. Nine paned recessed hung sash windows in cambered gauged red brick arches with stone cills at first and second floors with painted blind windows at rounded corners. Parapet and band above shops at ground floor recently rebuilt in yellow brick. Modern shop windows and doors.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00104/II 000428 6/92 II gv WISBECH
Address:  14 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DY
Easting:  546219 Northing:  309656 UPRN:  100091513005
Description:  No 14, MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Shop, early C19. Rendered brick. Three storeys with eight bays to Market Street and two bays to Market Place including rounded corner. Twelve paned recessed hung sash windows and blind windows. Modern shop window and door at corner. Rusticated ground floor to Market Street elevation with two, twelve paned ground floor windows flanked by stone Tuscan columns.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00117/II 000440 6/103 II gv WISBECH
Address:  37 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DP
Easting:  546236 Northing:  309707 UPRN:  100091512992
Description:  No 37, (The Mermaid Inn), MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Inn of two C17 building periods. Original timber frame reroofed and refronted early C20. Two storeys with attics. Rendered timber frame, plain tile roofs, painted brick at ground floor. Three modern, gabled dormer windows, four, two light casement windows with transomes at first floor, and one similar window of three lights to right hand. Two large, three light windows flank recessed entrance to right of centre, and two, two light casement windows. Interior has exposed ceiling beams at ground floor indicating the earlier building is to the right hand.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00121/II 000443 6/106 II gv WISBECH
Address:  41 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DP
Easting:  546262 Northing:  309686 UPRN:  010034160556
Description:  No 41, MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Late C18 building now an annexe to the Ship hotel. Local red brick with rendered brick at ground floor, hipped slate roof. Three storeys, stone coping to parapet; plastered cillbands. Two recessed hung sash windows without glazing bars in cambered gauged brick arches at second floor; three similar first floor windows. Ground floor window of three lights with transom flanked by pilasters and entablature. Entrance to right hand approached by steps.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00122/II 000444 6/107 II gv WISBECH
Address:  42 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DP
Easting:  546268 Northing:  309684 UPRN:  010009296525
Description:  Nos 42, 42A, 43, MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Shops, early to mid C18, altered. Local brown brick, rendered with red pantile roof. Shallow parapet gables, end stacks and central ridge stacks of local red brick. Two storeys with attics. Three flat roofed attic windows. Stone copings to parapet and stone cornice. Four, twelve paned hung sash windows recessed in cambered gauged brick arches with stone cills. Two lateC19 shops at ground floor. Interior to No 42, has large chamfered ceiling beam.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00124/II 000445 6/108 II gv WISBECH
Address:  44-45 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DP
Easting:  546281 Northing:  309679 UPRN:  100091512996
Description:  Nos 44 and 45, MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Shop, late C18, altered. Local brown brick with roughcast render. Modern pantile roof. Three storeys, two bays. Central stack. Stone coping to parapet. Two, four paned, recessed hung sash windows with stone cills at second floor, and larger first floor windows. Modern shop at ground floor.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00125/II 000446 6/109 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Abbey National 46 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DP
Easting:  546287 Northing:  309677 UPRN:  100091513296
Description:  Nos 46, MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Shop, early C19, altered. Rendered brick, slate roof. Three storeys, two bays. Wooden eaves cornice and band between floors. Two, first floor, and two second floor flush framed, twelve paned hung sash windows. Modern shop at ground floor.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00126/II   6/109 II 46 and 47 WISBECH
Address:  47 - 47A Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DP
Easting:  546295 Northing:  309674 UPRN:  100091512997
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19-Nov-1976 07/00127/II 000447 6/110 II gv WISBECH
Address:  52 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DY
Easting:  546286 Northing:  309642 UPRN:  100091195161
Description:  No 52, (The Globe), MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Inn, early C18, altered and extended on both facades at ground floor level. Rendered brick. Modern pantile roof with side stacks. Two storeys with attics. Two flat roofed dormer windows. Two, four paned hung sash windows with flush frames at first floor. Three modern windows and main entrance to left hand.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00128/II 000448 6/111 II gv WISBECH
Address:  53 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DP
Easting:  546285 Northing:  309636 UPRN:  100091512866
Description:  No 53, MARKET PLACE No 53, MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Shop, late C18, altered. Local brown brick, rendered. Modern red pantile roof. Three storeys, two bays. Shallow parapet with stone copings. Two, wide twelve paned hung sash windows in cambered arches at second floor; two larger window openings at first floor with modern replacements. Modern shop at ground floor.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00129/II 000449 6/112 II gv WISBECH
Address:  54 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DP
Easting:  546284 Northing:  309630 UPRN:  100091512867
Description:  No 54, MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Shop, early C19. Painted local brown brick. Three storeys, four bays including bay on rounded corner. Stone coping to parapet. Two second floor hung sash windows and two blind windows. One large, four light mid C19 canted bay window at first floor facing Market Place, and one hung sash window. Modern shop at ground floor.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00153/II 000467 6/130 II gv WISBECH
Address:  8 Nene Quay Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1HY
Easting:  546106 Northing:  309728 UPRN:  100090082604
Description:  No 8, (Anchor Chambers), NENE QUAY
Detailed Description:  Early C19 inn. Local, red - brown brick, hipped slate roof. Two storeys with attics and basements. Symmetrical facade of three bays. Two first floor recessed twelve paned hung sash windows in cambered gauged brick arches with stone cills, central blind window. Two boarded ground floor windows, originally similar to those at first floor, flank a boarded door with round headed gauged brick arch and plain fanlight. Side elevation has two entrances, capped central stack and two dormer windows.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00157/II 000472 8/135 II n/a WISBECH
Address:  Thatched Cottage 8 Norfolk Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 2LD
Easting:  546403 Northing:  309426 UPRN:  100091513459
Description:  No 8, NORFOLK STREET
Detailed Description:  Small late C17 or early C18 shop. Timber framed with thatched roof, street facade much altered by large shop window. One storey and attic, side passage to left hand. Thatched dormer window. Interior has main ceiling beam and floor joists exposed.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00158/II 000473 8/136 II n/a WISBECH
Address:  The Five Bells 13 Norfolk Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 2LD
Easting:  546421 Northing:  309399 UPRN:  100091195334
Description:  No 13, (Five Bells), NORFOLK STREET
Detailed Description:  Inn dated W.E.R.S 1745 on stone plaque which may date the refronting of an earlier building. Local brown brick, steeply pitched slate roof with stack to right hand. Rendered ground floor. Two storeys. Three first floor hung sash windows, and one blind window with wrought iron inn sign brackets, in gauged red brick arches with stone cills. Three ground floor windows and modern double door to left hand entrance.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00159/II 000474 8/137 II gv WISBECH
Address:  97 Norfolk Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 2LF
Easting:  546415 Northing:  309362 UPRN:  100091513472
Description:  Nos 97 and 97A, NORFOLK STREET
Detailed Description:  C18 house, much altered. Local brown brick; slate roof. Two storeys with attics, four bays and double pile plan. Shaped gable at north. Four, flush framed sash windows with central glazing bars. Two small, renewed casement attic windows.C19 shop windows. Elevation facing West Street has three flush framehung sash windows with glazing bars and two sunk, oval panels with initials and date R R B 1701.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00160/II 000474 8/137 II gv WISBECH
Address:  97A Norfolk Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 2LD
Easting:  546413 Northing:  309367 UPRN:  100091513703
Description:  Nos 97 and 97A, NORFOLK STREET
Detailed Description:  C18 house, much altered. Local brown brick; slate roof. Two storeys with attics, four bays and double pile plan. Shaped gable at north. Four, flush framed sash windows with central glazing bars. Two small, renewed casement attic windows.C19 shop windows. Elevation facing West Street has three flush framehung sash windows with glazing bars and two sunk, oval panels with initials and date R R B 1701.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00239/IISTAR 000549 6/210 G2STAR gv WISBECH
Address:  12 North Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1NP
Easting:  546043 Northing:  309839 UPRN:  100090082752
Description:  No 12, NORTH STREET
Detailed Description:  Late C18 house. Local brown brick, slateroof with end stacks. Stone floor bands, parapet coping and windowcills. Three storeys and basement with side passage to east. Rearwing with tumbled parapet gable and end stack with stair turret inangle. Four bay street facade. Four second floor hung sash windowsslightly recessed without glazing bars in cambered gauged brickarches. Four, larger first floor windows, and three ground floorwindows all similar. Broken pedimented wooden doorcase with roundheaded arch and panelled reveals. Blind, patterned fanlight and sixpanelled door. Side passage with small patterned fanlight.Interior details original. Entrance hall has half panelling anddado, panelled doors and cupboards, geometric open string staircaseapproached by wide elliptical arch. Panelled window and doorcases,panelled doors, and chimney piece. Geometric patterned, paintedhall floor a rare survival.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00241/II 000551 8/275 II gv WISBECH
Address:  13 Norwich Road Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 2AD
Easting:  546475 Northing:  309413 UPRN:  200001512107
Description:  Nos 13 and 15, NORWICH ROAD
Detailed Description:  Two early C19 shops. Rendered and paintedbrick; modern, red pantiled mansard roof. Tall ridge stack and endstack to east. Two flat roofed dormer windows with glazing bars andtwo flush framed, four paned hung sash windows at first floor. Twolate C19 shops at ground floor.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00242/II 000551 8/275 II gv WISBECH
Address:  15 Norwich Road Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 2AD
Easting:  546478 Northing:  309415 UPRN:  100091513418
Description:  Nos 13 and 15, NORWICH ROAD
Detailed Description:  Two early C19 shops. Rendered and paintedbrick; modern, red pantiled mansard roof. Tall ridge stack and endstack to east. Two flat roofed dormer windows with glazing bars andtwo flush framed, four paned hung sash windows at first floor. Twolate C19 shops at ground floor.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00262/II 000566 6/226 II gv WISBECH
Address:  The Kings Head 13 Old Market Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1NJ
Easting:  546042 Northing:  309717 UPRN:  100091195460
Description:  No 13, (Kings Head), OLD MARKET
Detailed Description:  Late C18 inn. Local brown brick with stuccoto ground floor, rusticated quoins. Hipped slate roof two sidestacks. Three storeys. Two segmental headed ground floor wings anddoor to south with rectangular fanlight. Three first floor, fourpaned hung sash windows with segmental arches and three smallersecond floor windows.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00270/II 000574 6/234 II gv WISBECH
Address:  34 Old Market Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1NF
Easting:  546021 Northing:  309817 UPRN:  100091513367
Description:  No 34, OLD MARKET
Detailed Description:  Early C18 house, altered. Painted brick andstucco. Steeply pitched slate roof with end stack to right hand.Two storeys and basement. Said to have been the home of Jane Stuart,illegitimate daughter of James II. Three first floor flush framedhung sash windows, shop window and pedimented wooden doorcase, withrectangular fanlight. Stone steps with stone balustrade.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00273/II 000577 6/237 II gv WISBECH
Address:  4 - 6 School Lane Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1AW
Easting:  546160 Northing:  309812 UPRN:  100091610363
Description:  Nos 4 and 5, SCHOOL LANE
Detailed Description:  Originally two houses, C18, altered. Localbrown brick with red pantiled mansard roof. Two storeys with attics.Two modern dormer windows. Two recessed, twelve paned first andground floor, hung sash windows with cambered, gauged red brickarches. Wooden, architraved doorcase and six panelled door to No 4,entrance to No 5, blocked. Brick plinth.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00766/II 000529 7/191 II   WISBECH
Address:  66 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1LN
Easting:  545532 Northing:  309333 UPRN:  200002980598
Description:  Nos 66 and 67, (Sibalds Holme), NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  House built possibly in the early C19 and altered by Algenon Peckover in the late C19 by the addition of two, three storey canted bay windows with linking parapets. Symmetrical facade with centre three storey block flanked by two storey wings. Local brown brick with stone dressings; slated roofs two stacks.Deep, moulded stone cornice (repeated on wings and pedimentedgables ). Giant pilasters at quoins terminating at cornice. Stone,C19 Doric portico with wide three panelled door and rectangularfanlight. First floor window above door has a moulded stonearchitrave, second floor window similar with cast iron railings tobalconette. Matching wings each with two hung sash windows andbalconettes at first floor. Cast iron house sign. Interior detailsintact include staircase and chimneypieces, original doors, withreeded doorcases. Flanking garden wall with brick piers and stoneurn finial.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00767/II 000529 7/191 II   WISBECH
Address:  67 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1LN
Easting:  545538 Northing:  309322 UPRN:  200002980599
Description:  Nos 66 and 67, (Sibalds Holme), NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  House built possibly in the early C19 and altered by Algenon Peckover in the late C19 by the addition of two, three storey canted bay windows with linking parapets. Symmetrical facade with centre three storey block flanked by two storey wings. Local brown brick with stone dressings; slated roofs two stacks.Deep, moulded stone cornice (repeated on wings and pedimentedgables ). Giant pilasters at quoins terminating at cornice. Stone,C19 Doric portico with wide three panelled door and rectangularfanlight. First floor window above door has a moulded stonearchitrave, second floor window similar with cast iron railings tobalconette. Matching wings each with two hung sash windows andbalconettes at first floor. Cast iron house sign. Interior detailsintact include staircase and chimneypieces, original doors, withreeded doorcases. Flanking garden wall with brick piers and stoneurn finial.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00779/II 000577 6/237 II   WISBECH
Address:  6 School Lane Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1AW
Easting:  546160 Northing:  309812 UPRN:  100091195761
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Originally two houses, C18, altered. Localbrown brick with red pantiled mansard roof. Two storeys with attics.Two modern dormer windows. Two recessed, twelve paned first andground floor, hung sash windows with cambered, gauged red brickarches. Wooden, architraved doorcase and six panelled door to No 4,entrance to No 5, blocked. Brick plinth.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00793/II 000470 6/133 II gv WISBECH
Address:  12 Nene Quay Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1AQ
Easting:  546126 Northing:  309788 UPRN:  100090082608
Description:  No 12 Nene Quay
Detailed Description:  Possibly early C18, originally, The Albion Inn. Refaced in C19 with modern shop alterations. Local brown brick; slate roof with parapet gables and side stacks. Stone coped panelled brick parapet. Two storeys with attics. Brick piers at quoins and flanking entrance bay. Moulded stone cornice. Five first floor recessed hung sash windows in cambered brick arches with stone cills. Modern shop windows and central door.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00794/II 000471 6/134 II gv WISBECH
Address:  16 Nene Quay Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1AQ
Easting:  546149 Northing:  309824 UPRN:  100091647032
Description:  Bell Inn
Detailed Description:  Late C18 inn. Painted, local brown brick. Three storeys, double pile, symmetrical facade of three bays. Sidestacks. Shallow, stone coped parapet. Brick bands between floors. Three second floor casement windows, three large sixteen paned hung sash windows recessed in cambered brick arches with stone cills, and two similar windows flanking main entrance at ground floor; modern door in recessed flat arch with rectangular fanlight. Wing to north, two storeys with parapet, two small first floor windows and two entrances.

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23-Jul-1982 07/00263/II 000567 6/227 II gv WISBECH
Address:  21 Old Market Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1NB
Easting:  545996 Northing:  309723 UPRN:  100090083032
Description:  No 21, OLD MARKET
Detailed Description:  Late C18 shop. Local gault brick. Threestoreys with basement. Parapet with stone coping. Three secondfloor recessed, nine paned hung sash windows with stone cills andcambered, gauged brick arches. Three similar, twelve paned firstfloor windows. Late C19 shop facade with three light windowsflanking central entrance sharing common entablature. Patterned castiron grills to basement lights.

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01-Oct-1983 07/00212/II 000519 5/181 II gv WISBECH
Address:  45 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JX
Easting:  545654 Northing:  309537 UPRN:  200002980586
Description:  No 45, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  House built c1795 with later C19 details and rear extensions. Local brown brick, hipped slate roof with deep boarded eaves and shaped brackets. Three storeys with basement, main entrance at rear. Four bays. Four second floor recessed six paned, hung sash windows in cambered gauged brick arches. Similar twelve paned windows at first and ground floor. Stone first floor band, and stone dressed plinth. Wrought iron spearhead front railings. C19 wall to south west with brick piers and stone ball finials. Cellars earlier than house, possibly part of riverside wharf. Formerly The Conquering Hero public house in 1856.

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13-Oct-1983 07/00257/II 000561 6/221 II gv WISBECH
Address:  7 Old Market Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1NJ
Easting:  546044 Northing:  309770 UPRN:  100091610326
Description:  No 7, (The Vine ), OLD MARKET
Detailed Description:  Late C18, shop, altered, originally the Vinecoaching inn. Local brown brick with slate roof. Three storeys,raised to four storeys in C19. End stacks. Shallow parapet withstone copings. Stone cills to all windows, and stone bands betweenfloors. Four bays, central two bays at second and third floorhave pair of painted blind windows and flanking C19 sash windows incambered gauged brick arches. Two blind windows flank large firstfloor canted bay window with hung sashes. Modern shop windows anddoor.

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30-Oct-1983 07/00198/II 000509 5/171 II gv WISBECH
Address:  30 - 31 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JR
Easting:  545743 Northing:  309587 UPRN:  200002980573
Description:  Nos 30 and 31, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  House and shop, late C17 of two building periods with later alterations. Local brown brick; steeply pitched slate roof hipped to west with shallow parapet gable and end stack to east and rear stack. Two storeys and attic with cellar. Two, first floor, flush framed, twelve paned hung sash windows in segmental arches. Similar window in cambered arch to west of six panelled house door with enriched open pedimented wooden doorcase. Shop to west has two shop windows flanking half glazed, panelled double doors with slender pilastered architrave. Band between floors and plinth to house at right hand. C17 details include chamfered beams, two panelled door, casement window with ovolo mullion, mantel beam to hearth, and cellar.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00003/II 000337 6/2 II gv WISBECH
Address:  The Angles Theatre Alexandra Road Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1HQ
Easting:  546104 Northing:  309537 UPRN:  100091513077
Description:  Angles Theatre, ALEXANDRA ROAD
Detailed Description:  Built as a theatre in 1793. Local brown brick; hipped slate roof. Modern C20 lean-to linking theatre building to north east boundary wall. Two storeys with basement. Gable facing south east has one large eight paned window and stagedoor entrance with boarded door approached by steps. Basement door boarded, in segmental brick arch. Metal plates survive indicating positions of scenery. C18 boundary wall has a stone plaque facing passageway saying it replaces an earlier wall to the Castle.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00004/II     II   WISBECH
Address:  Workshop The Angles Theatre Alexandra Road Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1HQ
Easting:  546111 Northing:  309548 UPRN:  010034161866
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31-Oct-1983 07/00005/II     II   WISBECH
Address:  1 Barton Road Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1LB
Easting:  545525 Northing:  309376 UPRN:  100090077910
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31-Oct-1983 07/00009/IISTAR 000340 6/5 G2STAR n/a WISBECH
Address:  The Empire Theatre 1 Blackfriars Road Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1AT
Easting:  546331 Northing:  309746 UPRN:  100091610085
Description:  Empire Cinema, BLACKFRIARS ROAD
Detailed Description:  Cinema built in 1932 and designed by Ward and Woolnough in Jazz-Modern style. Common brick and stone. Stepped facade with strong horizontal lines emphasised by parapet and street canopy. Geometric patterned metal windows rising through two storeys of central bays with corner window to west. Main entrance approached by steps, has original glass doors with patterned glazing bars. Interior details to auditorium, stage, upper circle balcony, and side balconies including specially designed fittings, complete.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00010/II 000341 6/6 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Wisbech Post Office 1-3 Bridge Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1EW
Easting:  546061 Northing:  309592 UPRN:  100091512924
Description:  Nos 1, 2 and 3 (Post Office), BRIDGE STREET
Detailed Description:  Post Office built in 1887 in French, Medieval Domestic Style. Red brick with limestone dressings; slate roof. Main entrance facade to east with wing to west of four bays. Two storeys and attic. Parapet gables with end stacks, each with linked circular limestone shafts. Three tall facade gabled attic windows with flanking slender buttresses and finials. Stone coped parapet and cornice, cill band at first floor and stone plinth. Four, first floor, and three ground floor windows (central pairs linked), with flat arched, roll moulded stone architraves rounded at corners. Entrance to left hand, half glazed door in stone, crocketed arched doorway linked at impost to windows by stone band. Two storey wing has two large fanned ground floor windows with stone key blocks and four first floor hung sash windows with glazing bars, and parapet.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00014/II 000344 6/9 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Wine Vaults Bridge Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546054 Northing:  309626 UPRN:  010034161805
Description:  Wine Vaults, BRIDGE STREET (Central Island),
Detailed Description:  Wine vaults possibly C18 or earlier used until recently by Peatling and Cawdron. Entrance to vaults surrounded by concrete wall with patterned iron railings.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00016/II 000346 6/11 II gv WISBECH
Address:  2 York Row Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1EB
Easting:  546124 Northing:  309571 UPRN:  010034161809
Description:  No 2, (York Row), CASTLE SQUARE
Detailed Description:  House built c1797. One of a terrace of houses continuing from the Crescent along York Row, part of the planned circus of the Castle Estate, designed and built by Joseph Medworth (b 1752, d 1827) from 1793 to 1816. Local brown brick; slate roof, side stack. Three storeys and basement, three bays. Stone coped parapet, painted stone bands at first and second floor. Three nine pane hung sash windows recessed in cambered, red gauged brick arches with stone cills. Three, twelve pane hung sash windows in similar openings at first floor; two ground floor windows with half glazing bars removed. Wooden doorcase with broken pediment and fluted half round columns. Six panelled door and fanlight with patterned glazing bars. Two stone steps.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00017/II 000347 6/12 II gv WISBECH
Address:  3 York Row Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1EB
Easting:  546128 Northing:  309584 UPRN:  100090087004
Description:  No 3, (York Row), CASTLE SQUARE
Detailed Description:  Corner house built c1797. One of a terrace of houses continuing from the Crescent along York Row, part of the planned circus of the Castle Estate, designed and built by Joseph Medworth (b 1752, d 1827) from 1793 to 1816. Local brown brick; slate roof, side stack. Three storeys and basement, three bays. Stone coped parapet, painted stone bands at first and second floor. Two second floor nine pane recessed hung sash windows in cambered gauged red brick arches flank central painted blind window. Three similar, twelve pane windows first floor windows, and two without glazing bars to right hand of entrance. Wooden doorcase with broken pediment and fluted half round columns. Six panelled door and plain fanlight. Two stone steps. Interior has some original doors and window cases. Original plain closed string staircase and four chimney pieces of C19 dates.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00018/II 000348 6/13 II gv WISBECH
Address:  York House 4 York Row Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1EB
Easting:  546121 Northing:  309586 UPRN:  100090087005
Description:  No 4, (York Row), CASTLE SQUARE
Detailed Description:  House built c1797. One of a terrace of houses continuing from the Crescent along York Row, part of the planned circus of the Castle Estate, designed and built by Joseph Medworth (b 1752, d 1827) from 1793 to 1816. Local brown brick; slate roof, side stack. Three storeys and basement; three bays. Stone coped parapet, painted stone bands at first and second floor. Three, hung sash windows without glazing bars recessed in cambered red brick arches with stone cills at first and second floor. Two similar windows to right hand of entrance. Wooden doorcase with broken pediment and fluted half round columns. Six panelled door and fanlight with patterned glazing bars. Two stone steps.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00019/II 000349 6/14 II gv WISBECH
Address:  5 York Row Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1EB
Easting:  546113 Northing:  309587 UPRN:  010034161810
Description:  No 5, (York Row), CASTLE SQUARE
Detailed Description:  House built c1797. One of a terrace of houses continuing from the Crescent along York Row, part of the planned circus of the Castle Estate, designed and built by Joseph Medworth (b 1752, d 1827) from 1793 to 1816. Local brown brick; slate roof, side stack. Three storeys and basement; four bays, with entrance to side passage at left hand through round headed archway with stone imposts. Four hung sash windows without glazing bars recessed in cambered red brick arches with stone cills at first and second floor. Two similar windows to right hand of entrance. Wooden doorcase with broken pediment and fluted half round columns. Six panelled door and plain fanlight with patterned glazing bars. Two stone steps.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00020/II 000350 6/15 II gv WISBECH
Address:  6 York Row Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1EB
Easting:  546106 Northing:  309591 UPRN:  010034161811
Description:  No 6 (York Row), CASTLE SQUARE
Detailed Description:  House and office built in 1877. Red sandstone and slate roofs. Three storeys and basement; double pile. Pedimented parapet, moulded cornice and bands between floors and plinth. One three light hung sash window with ovolo mullions linked by stone panels at each floor level. Entrance to left in four centred arch with carved stone spandrels and panelled door.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00022/II   6/16B II 7 8 and 9 York Row WISBECH
Address:  8 York Row Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1EB
Easting:  546094 Northing:  309593 UPRN:  100091512922
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31-Oct-1983 07/00024/II 000352 6/17 II gv WISBECH
Address:  10 York Row Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1EB
Easting:  546084 Northing:  309598 UPRN:  100091610406
Description:  No 10, (York Row), CASTLE SQUARE,
Detailed Description:  House and shop, possibly late C17 and contemporary or just later than Nos 7, eight and 9, with street facade rebuilt in red brick. Slate roof hipped to street. Local brown brick in side elevation. Three storeys. Stone band at second floor and rusticated stone quoins at first floor. Two, second floor recessed nine pane hung sash windows with stone cills; two similar but twelve paned hung sash windows at first floor. Modern shop windows in both elevations. Good staircase with open string and three turned balusters per tread, also remains of panelling of a number of periods and of original ground floor timber construction.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00025/II 000353 6/18 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Congregational Chapel Castle Square Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546153 Northing:  309612 UPRN:  010034161867
Description:  Congregational Chapel, CASTLE SQUARE
Detailed Description:  Congregational chapel built in 1818, dated by stone plaque in parapet. Local brown brick with rusticated stone quoins and stone cill band and plinth band. Two storeys with symmetrical facade. Three first floor double recessed round headed brick arches with stone key block and imposts. Hung sash windows similar to Wesleyan chapel, The Crescent, possibly replacements, shaped to round headed arches with margin glazing bars. Two similar windows flank doorway with rusticated stone jambs, deep flat stone arch with cornice and fanned key block. Large rectangular fanlight with margin glazing bars. Modern double doors approached by stone steps. Two storey Sunday School built in 1911, to west with matching details to chapel and rusticated jambs to archway. Interior of chapel has original gallery on three sides with panelled balustrade and slender iron column supports. Fluted and sunk panelled pilasters flank dais arch with organ in recess. Three, two light ground floor windows with arched glazing bars have early C20stained glass.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00026/II 000354 6/19 II gv WISBECH
Address:  War Memorial Castle Square Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546157 Northing:  309590 UPRN:  010012122922
Description:  War Memorial, CASTLE SQUARE
Detailed Description:  Tall Celtic cross with relief design of serpents. Base inscribed with names of war dead of first world war, and stepped plinth. Granite, made in Aberdeen and erected in 1920.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00028/II 000356 5/21 II gv WISBECH
Address:  The Counting House Chapel Road Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1RF
Easting:  545976 Northing:  309791 UPRN:  200002502596
Description:  No 1, (The Counting House), CHAPEL ROAD
Detailed Description:  Early C18 corn merchants counting house, now an auctioneers office. Local brown brick, red pantiled roof with gable parapet. One storey and attic with basement. Brick pier with stone cap, matching gate pier to Sulehay House, built in east quoin. Straight joint to west of door, and one ground floor, and attic floor C19 hung sash windows. Entrance to right of centre with wooden, moulded architrave and pedimented hood with dentil enrichment supported on shaped brackets. C19 four panelled door. Replacement ground floor C19 hung sash window in red gauged brick arch with keyblock and blind window above to east of door. Interior has raised and fielded panelling and cornice to ground floor room and chimneypiece with pulvinated frieze. Some original panelling beside later staircase. Original panelled doors.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00029/II 000357 6/22 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Dukes Head 8 Church Terrace Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1BL
Easting:  546347 Northing:  309582 UPRN:  100091512966
Description:  No 10 (Duke's Head PH ), CHURCH TERRACE
Detailed Description:  Late C17 coaching inn refronted mid C19.Local brown brick; slate roof, end stacks. Two storeys with attics;C19 extension to right hand. Street facade, painted brick with rusticated stone quoins and window architraves. Two, gabled casement dormer windows. Four, recessed first floor hung sash windows, and four similar ground floor windows. Two main entrances, central doorway boarded. Building occupies a focal point in street opposite church and entrance to Market Place.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00033/II 000360 6/37 II gv WISBECH
Address:  1 Cornhill Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1NH
Easting:  546015 Northing:  309698 UPRN:  100091512929
Description:  No 1, (National Westminster Bank), CORN HILL
Detailed Description:  Bank, built in 1853. Architect, John Gibson (b 1817, d 1892 ). Formerly the National Provincial Bank. Yellow Gault brick with stone dressings and rusticated first floor. Slate roof. Three storeys with attics; three symmetrical bays. Parapet to roof balcony with stone copings, quoins surmounted by ball finials. Deep stone modillioned cornice, cill band at second floor and plain stone plinth. Three second floor, six paned hung sash windows; three first floor windows, twelve paned hung sashes in eared architraves with pulvinated friezes and deep cornices. Pierced stone balcony across three bays. Two ground floor hung sash windows with rusticated architraves flank central Roman Doric doorcase with double doors and round headed fanlight with glazing bars.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00034/II 000361 6/38 II gv WISBECH
Address:  2 Cornhill Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1NH
Easting:  546000 Northing:  309700 UPRN:  100091610151
Description:  No 2, (Midland Bank), CORN HILL
Detailed Description:  Bank, built in 1921. Architects, Woodfall and Eccles. Occupying a corner site with main entrance from corner. Mansfield sandstone. Main, south facing facade of one storey and three bays. Balustraded, panelled parapet. Deep moulded, modillioned cornice. Quarter and half columns divide bays with railings spanning recesses. Windows in moulded round headed arches with key blocks. Pilastered quoins. Main entrance facade flanked by columns with triangular pediment and shaped, panelled parapet above. Round arch to doorway with fanlight; double, panelled doors.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00035/II 000362 6/25 II gv WISBECH
Address:  1 The Crescent Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1EH
Easting:  546227 Northing:  309538 UPRN:  100090085834
Description:  No 1, THE CRESCENT
Detailed Description:  Terrace house built c1793 in two terraces linked by pair of houses sharing common pedimented facade dated 1808and the Wesleyan Chapel, 1803 built by Joseph Medworth (b 1752,d 1827), as part of the planned circus of the Castle Estate. Local brown brick; slate roof and side stack. Three storeys and basement; two bays. Stone coped parapet with painted stone bands at first and second floors. Three recessed hung sash windows without glazing bars in cambered gauged red brick arches with painted reveals and stone cills. Two stone steps to entrance left of centre with six panelled door and plain fanlight in double recessed, red gauged brick arch. Interior has original closed string staircase with turned balusters.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00036/II 000363 6/26 II gv WISBECH
Address:  2 The Crescent Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1EH
Easting:  546219 Northing:  309528 UPRN:  100091513250
Description:  No 2, THE CRESCENT
Detailed Description:  Terrace house built c1793 in two terraces linked by pair of houses sharing common pedimented facade dated 1808and the Wesleyan Chapel, 1803 built by Joseph Medworth (b 1752,d 1827), as part of the planned circus of the Castle Estate. Local brown brick; slate roof and side stack. Three storeys and basement; two bays. Stone coped parapet with painted stone bands at first and second floor. Two second floor recessed, twelve paned hung sash windows in cambered gauged red brick arches with stone cills. Two similar, but larger first floor and one ground floor windows. Two stone steps to entrance left of centre with six panelled door and plain fanlight in double recessed, red gauged brick arch. Interior has a good open string staircase with turned balusters and moulded handrail; original panelled doors. Original entrance to basement in rear elevation and C19 two storey wing built as school accommodation.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00037/II 000364 6/27 II gv WISBECH
Address:  3 The Crescent Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1EH
Easting:  546212 Northing:  309530 UPRN:  100090085835
Description:  No 3, THE CRESCENT
Detailed Description:  Terrace house built c1793 in two terraces linked by pair of houses sharing common pedimented facade dated 1808and the Wesleyan Chapel, 1803 built by Joseph Medworth (b 1752,d 1827), as part of the planned circus of the Castle Estate. Local brown brick; slate roof and side stack. Three storeys and basement; two bays. Stone coped parapet with painted stone bands at first and second floor. Two second floor recessed, twelve paned hung sash windows in cambered gauged red brick arches with stone cills. Two similar, but larger first floor and one ground floor windows. Two stone steps to entrance left of centre with six panelled door and plain fanlight in double recessed, red gauged brick arch. Interior has a good open string staircase. Plaque set in boundary wall to the memory of George York, Deacon of the Christian Society assembling in this place, died April 14, 1815.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00038/II 000365 6/28 II gv WISBECH
Address:  4 The Crescent Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1EH
Easting:  546206 Northing:  309521 UPRN:  100090085836
Description:  No 4, THE CRESCENT
Detailed Description:  Terrace house built c1793 in two terraces linked by pair of houses sharing common pedimented facade dated 1808and the Wesleyan Chapel, 1803 built by Joseph Medworth (b 1752,d 1827), as part of the planned circus of the Castle Estate. Local brown brick; slate roof and side stack. Three storeys and basement; two bays. Stone coped parapet with painted stone bands at first and second floor. Two second floor recessed, hung sash windows with no glazing bars in cambered gauged red brick arches with stone cills. Two similar, but larger first floor and one ground floor windows. Two stone steps to entrance left of centre with six panelled door and plain fanlight in double recessed red gauged brick arch. Rear elevation raised to three storeys above original outshut has two-story, round arched hung sash stair window with glazing bars.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00039/II 000366 6/29 II gv WISBECH
Address:  5 The Crescent Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1EH
Easting:  546199 Northing:  309528 UPRN:  100090085837
Description:  No 5, THE CRESCENT
Detailed Description:  Terrace house built c1793 in two terraces linked by pair of houses sharing common pedimented facade dated 1808and the Wesleyan Chapel, 1803 built by Joseph Medworth (b 1752, d1827), as part of the planned circus of the Castle Estate. Local brown brick; slate roof and side stack. Three storeys and basement; two bays. Stone coped parapet with painted stone bands at first and second floor. Two second floor, and two larger first floor, twelve paned recessed hung sash windows in cambered gauged red brick arches with stone cills. Two ground floor windows to right hand of entrance approached by two stone steps. Six panelled door with patterned glazing bars to fanlight in painted, double recessed round headed, red gauged brick arch. Interior has original, reeded window and door architraves. Rear outshut raised to three storeys; with original canted bay window and tented roof.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00040/II 000367 6/30 II gv WISBECH
Address:  6 The Crescent Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1EH
Easting:  546192 Northing:  309530 UPRN:  100090085838
Description:  No 6, THE CRESCENT
Detailed Description:  Terrace house built c1793, possibly retaining most original features and for this is particularly noteworthy. Two terraces linked by pair of houses sharing common pedimented facade dated 1808 and the Wesleyan Chapel, 1803 built by Joseph Medworth (b 1752, d 1827), as part of the planned circus of the Castle Estate. Local brown brick; slate roof and side stack. Three storeys and basement; two bays. Stone coped parapet with painted stone bands at first and second floors. Two second floor twelve paned recessed hung sash windows in cambered gauged red brick arches with stone cills. Two, sixteen paned first and ground floor windows in similar openings. Left hand entrance approached by two steps with six panelled door and patterned fanlight with glazing bars in double recessed round headed arch of gauged red brick. Rear windows all sixteen paned hung sashes in segmental arches and similar basement window. Interior has original open string staircase, three original chimney pieces, panelled window cases and round headed arched cupboard. Iron range by F Ford, Wisbech, in service basement with contemporary C19 chimney piece.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00045/II 000371 6/33 II gv WISBECH
Address:  9 The Crescent Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1EH
Easting:  546156 Northing:  309550 UPRN:  010034161814
Description:  No 9, THE CRESCENT
Detailed Description:  Terrace house built c1797 in two terraces linked by pair of houses sharing common pedimented facade dated 1808and the Wesleyan Chapel, 1803 built by Joseph Medworth (b 1752,d 1827), as part of the planned circus of the Castle Estate. Local brown brick, slate roof and side stack. Three storeys and basement with irregular window pattern to street facade. Stone coped parapet with painted stone band at first and second floor. One, sixteen paned, first floor, and one, twelve paned recessed hung sash window at second floor in cambered gauged red brick arches with stone cills. Late C19 ground floor, three light hung sash window with stone cornice supported on console brackets. Six panelled door with plain fanlight in recessed, round headed, gauged red brick arch, approached by two stone steps. Interior has an open string staircase, two arches, one with reeded half columns.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00046/II 000372 6/34 II gv WISBECH
Address:  10 The Crescent Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546151 Northing:  309555 UPRN:  010034161813
Description:  No 10, THE CRESCENT
Detailed Description:  Terrace house built c1797 in two terraces linked by pair of houses sharing common pedimented facade dated 1808and the Wesleyan Chapel, 1803 built by Joseph Medworth (b 1752, d1827), as part of the planned circus of the Castle Estate. Local brown brick, slate roof and side stack. Three storeys and basement; two bays. Two second floor, and two first floor, recessed hung sash windows without glazing bars in cambered gauged red brick arches with stone cills, and similar ground floor window. Windows in bay above entrance smaller. Entrance to right hand approached by two stone steps with six panelled door and fanlight with patterned glazing bars in double recessed round headed arch of gauged red brick. Stone copings to parapet and bands at first and second floors.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00047/II 000373 6/35 II gv WISBECH
Address:  11 The Crescent Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1EH
Easting:  546149 Northing:  309560 UPRN:  100091610156
Description:  No 11, THE CRESCENT
Detailed Description:  Terrace house built c1797 in two terraces linked by pair of houses sharing common pedimented facade dated 1808and the Wesleyan Chapel, 1803 built by Joseph Medworth (b 1752, d1827), as part of the planned circus of the Castle Estate. Local brown brick; slate roof, side stack. Three storeys and basement; two bays. Stone coping to parapet, and bands at first and second floors. One, sixteen paned, and one, twelve paned recessed hung sash windows at second floor in cambered gauged red brick arches and stone cills. Two larger first floor windows and one ground floor window without glazing bars in similar openings. Entrance to right-hand approached by two stone steps with six panelled door and fanlight with patterned glazing bars in double recessed round headed arch of gauged brick. Interior has original staircase with patterned wooden panels to balustrade of small storage landing.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00048/II 000374 6/36 II   WISBECH
Address:  12 The Crescent Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1EH
Easting:  546144 Northing:  309568 UPRN:  010034161812
Description:  No 12, THE CRESCENT
Detailed Description:  Terrace house built c1797 in two terraces linked by pair of houses sharing common pedimented facade dated 1808and the Wesleyan Chapel, 1803 built by Joseph Medworth (b 1752,d 1827), as part of the planned circus of the Castle Estate. Local brown brick; slate roof, side stack. Three storeys and basement; three bays. Stone coping to parapet, and bands at first and second floors. Three, second floor, nine paned hung sash windows in cambered gauged red brick arches and stone cills. Similar twelve paned hung sash windows at first floor, and two ground floor windows without glazing bars. Entrance to right hand approached by two stone steps, six panelled door and round headed plain fanlight in wooden doorcase of fluted pilasters with broken pediment. Interior has original staircase, six panelled doors and beaten metal art nouveau chimney piece.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00050/II 000377 6/41 II gv WISBECH
Address:  1 - 2 Ely Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1EU
Easting:  546218 Northing:  309608 UPRN:  200002344450
Description:  Nos 1 and 2, ELY PLACE
Detailed Description:  Terrace houses built c1797, part of the planned circus of the Castle Estate designed and built by Joseph Medworth(b 1752, d 1827 ). First and second floor rebuilt in modern brown brick, c1950. Original local brown brick at ground floor. Slate roof; side stacks. No 1, occupying a corner position with Market Street of four bays, No 2, three bays. Three storeys and basements. Stone copings to parapet and cill band with broad plaster band below. Windows all twelve paned recessed hung sashes in restored cambered gauged red brick arches, second floor windows smaller, two blind windows to No 1. Matching wooden doorcases with fluted pilasters and broken pediments, six panelled doors with radial glazing bars to round headed fanlight. Interior details recently removed.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00051/II 000378 6/42 II gv WISBECH
Address:  3 Ely Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1EU
Easting:  546227 Northing:  309604 UPRN:  100090079740
Description:  No 3, ELY PLACE
Detailed Description:  Terrace house built c1797, part of the planned circus of the Castle Estate designed and built by Joseph Medworth (b 1752, d 1827 ). Local brown brick with slate roof, and side stack. Three storeys and basement; three bays. Stone coping to parapet, stone cill band. Windows all twelve paned recessed hung sashes. Wooden doorcase to right hand with fluted pilasters and broken pediment. Six panelled door and plain round headed fanlight. Recently renovated and altered.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00052/II 000379 6/43 II n/a WISBECH
Address:  4 Ely Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1EU
Easting:  546231 Northing:  309601 UPRN:  100090079741
Description:  No 4, ELY PLACE
Detailed Description:  Terrace house built c1797, part of the planned circus of the Castle Estate designed and built by Joseph Medworth(b 1752, d 1827 ). Local brown brick; slate roof with sidestack. Three storeys with basement; three bays. Stone coping to parapet and cill band. Windows all recessed hung sashes without glazing bars in cambered gauged red brick arches and stone cills, with two painted blind windows. Second floor windows smaller. Wooden doorcase with fluted pilasters and broken pediment. C19 four panelled door with radial glazing bars to round headed fanlight. Royal, fire insurance plaque.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00053/II 000380 6/44 II gv WISBECH
Address:  5 Ely Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1EU
Easting:  546243 Northing:  309573 UPRN:  100091512878
Description:  No 5, ELY PLACE
Detailed Description:  Terrace house built c1797, part of the planned circus of the Castle Estate designed and built by Joseph MedWorth (b 1752, d 1827 ). Local brown brick; slate roof with sidestack. Three storeys with basement; three bays. Stone coping to parapet and cill band. Windows all recessed hung sashes without glazing bars in cambered gauged red brick arches and stone cills, with two painted blind windows. Second floor windows smaller. Wooden doorcase with fluted pilasters and broken pediment. C19 four panelled door with radial glazing bars to round headed fanlight. Royal, fire insurance plaque.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00061/II 000387 6/51 II gv WISBECH
Address:  24 High Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DE
Easting:  546112 Northing:  309649 UPRN:  200002400425
Description:  No 24, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Early C19 shop. Local brown brick, slate roofs. Four storeys and basement, two bays. Parapet with stone copings. Two, third floor recessed, nine paned hung sash windows in cambered brick arches, and similar twelve paned windows at first and second floors. Recently renovated, modern ground floor shop windows.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00062/II 000388 6/52 II gv WISBECH
Address:  1 Hill Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1BA
Easting:  546149 Northing:  309798 UPRN:  100091513331
Description:  No 1, (Old School), HILL STREET
Detailed Description:  Originally a girls school, occupying a corner position with School Lane. Second storey added c1850 and pediment raised with inscription, THIS BUILDING WAS BUILT BY THEBURGESSES OF WISBECH AD 1814 SUPPORTED BY THE BEQUEST OF MRS WRIGHTAND THE BENEFACTIONS OF ABRAHAM JOBSON DD, JOHN EDES, ESQ, ANDOTHERS, AIDED BY VOLUNTARY SUBSCRIPTIONS. Seven bays to Hill Street with central three bays slightly projecting. Local brown brick, rendered plinth, stone impost band and first floor band, moulded stone cornice and pediment with cross keys in relief in tympanum. Brick parapet with stone coping. First floor hung sash windows with glazing bars in double recessed segmental headed arches. Ground floor windows with radial glazing bars, shaped to round headed double recessed arches. Two original entrances in School Lane in round headed arches with fanlights and six panelled door, one doorway now blocked.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00068/II 000393 6/57 II gv WISBECH
Address:  29 Hill Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1BD
Easting:  546226 Northing:  309765 UPRN:  100091194523
Description:  No 29 (The Conservative Club), HILL STREET
Detailed Description:  Originally the old Grammar School, built inc1549 when the land was acquired. Rear wing added possibly in 1585as a town hall where the Capital Burgesses met until 1810. Redbrick with stone dressings, painted, roughcast render to street facade. Crow stepped gable to east, slate roofs. One and two storeys. Two storey porch to left of centre with shallow parapet and ball finials, twelve pane hung sash window above main entrance of double doors in an elliptical arch. Three flush framed leaded round headed arched windows with mullions and transomes radial glazing bars; stone key blocks and impost blocks. Large gable stack to rear wing. Interior much altered has fine C16 moulded ceiling beam.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00070/II 000394 6/58 II gv WISBECH
Address:  31 Hill Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1BA
Easting:  546237 Northing:  309759 UPRN:  100091513302
Description:  No 31 (Wisbech Youth Centre), HILL STREET
Detailed Description:  Club house built in c1860 for Jonathan Peckover, designed by William Adams of Wisbech. Painted, rusticated stone at ground floor, and painted, brick second floor. Slate Roof. Two storeys with projecting single storey closed porch, a later addition. Dentil enriched moulded stone cornice; moulded stone architraves to three first floor windows. Main entrance flanked by Doric columns with moulded architrave and fanned key block, modern panelled door. Two side entrances with recessed doors and fanlights in round headed arches.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00075/II 000399 6/63 II gv WISBECH
Address:  4 - 6 Little Church Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1BG
Easting:  546315 Northing:  309688 UPRN:  100090081646
Description:  Nos 4, 5 and 6. LITTLE CHURCH STREET
Detailed Description:  Two shops, C19. Painted local brown brick, pantile roof with two stacks, one to right hand. Three storeys, six bays. Three, nine paned hung sash windows in flush frames, and cambered brick arches at second floor with blind windows. Three similar, twelve paned first floor windows, with blind windows. Four shop windows with plain wooden architraves and two half glazed doors with rectangular fanlights.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00076/II 000400 6/64 II gv WISBECH
Address:  7 Little Church Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1BG
Easting:  546312 Northing:  309678 UPRN:  100091513041
Description:  No 7, LITTLE CHURCH STREET
Detailed Description:  Two separate C19 buildings. Painted brick with pantile roofs and asbestos sheets to rear. Building to left-hand one bay and to right hand two bays. Two storeys. Hung sash windows with glazing bars. Wooden, C19 architraved window cases to shops and glazed doors.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00078/II 000401 6/65 II gv WISBECH
Address:  8 Little Church Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546312 Northing:  309678 UPRN:  010034161870
Description:  No 8, LITTLE CHURCH STREET
Detailed Description:  Mid to late C19 shop. Red brick; slate roof with rear extension. Three storeys and attics with side passage to north. Two bays. Four paned hung sash windows with shaped stone arches and stone cills. Late C19 shop window and glazed door.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00098/II 000422 6/86 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Isle College Learning Shop 8 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DT
Easting:  546259 Northing:  309629 UPRN:  100091513004
Description:  No 8, MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Early C19 shop. Local red brick, modern tile roof. Three storeys, two bays. Two recessed, sixteen paned hung sash windows in cambered gauged brick arches at both upper floor levels. Early C20 shop at ground floor.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00099/II 000423 6/87 II gv WISBECH
Address:  9 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DT
Easting:  546249 Northing:  309627 UPRN:  100091513341
Description:  No 9, MARKET PLACE,
Detailed Description:  Early C19 shop. Local brown brick, modern tile roof. Three storeys, two bays. Moulded brick cornice. Two recessed hung sash windows in cambered gauged brick arches at both floor levels; second floor windows retain original glazing bars. Modern shop at ground floor.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00105/II 000429 6/93 II gv WISBECH
Address:  21 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546184 Northing:  309654 UPRN:  010034161877
Description:  No 21, MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Shop, late C18. Local amber brick. Four storeys, two bays. Parapet with stone coping and brick cornice. Twelve paned recessed hung sash windows in cambered gauged brick arches with stone cills at each floor level, second and third floor windows false. Interior completely altered. Modern shop window.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00106/II 000430 6/94 II gv WISBECH
Address:  22 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546184 Northing:  309654 UPRN:  010034161878
Description:  No 22, MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Shop, late C18. Local brown brick. Four storeys, two bays. Stone bands and cornice. Parapet with stonecoping. Twelve paned recessed hung sash windows in cambered gauged red brick arches with stone cills at each floor level. Modern shop window and door.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00107/IISTAR 000431 6/95 G2STAR gv WISBECH
Address:  Rose And Crown 23-24 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DQ
Easting:  546138 Northing:  309705 UPRN:  100091512918
Description:  Nos 23 and 24, (The Rose and Crown Inn), MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Early C17 coaching inn with original gallery now sealed to courtyard, refronted in c1857. Rendered timber frame at rear and brick painted or stuccoed. Street elevation. Local amber brick; with red plain tile roof, end stack to right hand. Three storeys with basements and attics; seven bays, carriageway to left hand. Six gabled dormer windows. Dentil cornice to central pedimented parapet. Stone cornice band. Seven, recessed, plain hung sash windows with plastered reveals and stone cills, at second floor, and similar but larger first floor windows. Rusticated, painted quoins at ground floor and band with fanned key stones above carriageway. Wooden fluted pilastered doorcase with double, panelled doors. Plastered plinth. To rear of courtyard. Early C17 building over rear carriageway, with second floor pedimented three light casement window with 1601 in relief and trumpet and pheasant applied, metal designs, and first floor pedimented cross framed window. Two early C19 hung sash windows with trefoiled heads to glazing bars flank street carriageway, and similar window to rear range west of courtyard. Interior, fine late C17 staircase not in original position; closed string with moulded handrail, square newels, and splat balusters, turned at first flight. Two original gallery room doors. Ground floor room to right hand with complete bolection moulded panelling and very fine mid C18 marble chimney piece. Panelling to other rooms including long room facing Market Place with original mid C19 interior. Second floor rooms with chamfered beams suggest an original multigabled C17 facade. Rear wing c1930Trumpet Hall has classical interior with segmental arched ceiling. Vaults, extensive but within curtilage of building, brick tunnel vaults possibly with earlier material and original walls including a small lamp niche and blind arches.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00108/II 000432 6/96 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Dolland And Aitchison 25 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DQ
Easting:  546162 Northing:  309702 UPRN:  100091513295
Description:  Nos 25 and 26, MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Early C18 shops, refronted c1930, rendered brick, gabled facade. Steeply pitched slate roofs, originally hipped to left hand. Side stack to right hand. Two modern shop fronts. Three windows at first floor with glazing bars.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00109/II 000432 6/96 II gv WISBECH
Address:  26 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DQ
Easting:  546162 Northing:  309702 UPRN:  100091610262
Description:  Nos 25 and 26, MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Early C18 shops, refronted c1930, rendered brick, gabled facade. Steeply pitched slate roofs, originally hipped to left hand. Side stack to right hand. Two modern shop fronts. Three windows at first floor with glazing bars.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00110/II 000433 6/97 II gv WISBECH
Address:  28 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DQ
Easting:  546167 Northing:  309715 UPRN:  100091513366
Description:  Nos 27 and 28, MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Early C18 pair of shops. Local brown brick with red brick dressings. Three storeys. Panelled brick parapet with stone coping, moulded cornice and brick bands between floors. Seven bays. Flush framed hung sash windows in segmental, red gauged brick arches with red brick jambs, second floor windows smaller than first floor. No 27 without glazing bars, No 28 glazing bars complete to twelve paned windows. Two modern shops at ground floor.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00111/II 000433 6/97 II gv WISBECH
Address:  27 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DQ
Easting:  546164 Northing:  309708 UPRN:  100091512998
Description:  Nos 27 and 28, MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Early C18 pair of shops. Local brown brick with red brick dressings. Three storeys. Panelled brick parapet with stone coping, moulded cornice and brick bands between floors. Seven bays. Flush framed hung sash windows in segmental, red gauged brick arches with red brick jambs, second floor windows smaller than first floor. No 27 without glazing bars, No 28 glazing bars complete to twelve paned windows. Two modern shops at ground floor.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00112/II 000435 6/98 II gv WISBECH
Address:  29 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DQ
Easting:  546175 Northing:  309718 UPRN:  100091610263
Description:  No 29, (Oldham Chemists), MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Late C18 shop. Local brown brick; red pantile roof, stack to right hand. Shallow parapet with stonecoping. Three storeys, one bay. Two, sixteen paned recessed hung sash windows in cambered, gauged red brick arches and brick bands between floors. Modern shop at ground floor. Remains of three bayed vault in semi basement, medieval. Two bays destroyed when shop floor was lowered. One bay intact with moulded ribs springing from stone corbels with finely carved centre boss.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00114/II 000437 6/100 II gv WISBECH
Address:  31 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DP
Easting:  546198 Northing:  309713 UPRN:  200001622919
Description:  No 31, (Freeman Hardy & Willis), MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Shop, mid C19. Yellow Gault brick with red and black brick bands and moulded brick cornice, slate roof. Occupying corner position with Union Street. Four storeys, two bays. Large central stack with deep brick cornice repeated at roof cornice. Two, four paned hung sash recessed windows with patterned stone arches. Pair of large, canted, hung sash bay windows at both first and second floor with modern shop at ground floor.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00118/II 000441 6/104 II gv WISBECH
Address:  38 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DP
Easting:  546241 Northing:  309695 UPRN:  100091512993
Description:  Nos 38 and 39, MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Early C18 shops, with possibly early C19facade altered in early C20. Steeply pitched slate roofs, double gable to street. Large brick stack to left hand. Rendered brick. Two storeys with attics, rear wing extends over the Mews with exposed hollow chamfered floor beams, resited, and with two brick arches, one spanning the passage to Hill Street. Facade gables have shaped bargeboards with wooden finials. Two, four paned hung sash attic windows in segmental arches. Two first floor casement windows originally opening onto a balcony and three, twelve paned hung sash windows, two recessed and one flush framed at first floor. Two modern shops at ground floor.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00119/II 000441 6/104 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Alliance And Leicester Building Society 39 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DP
Easting:  546248 Northing:  309693 UPRN:  100091513203
Description:  Nos 38 and 39, MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Early C18 shops, with possibly early C19facade altered in early C20. Steeply pitched slate roofs, double gable to street. Large brick stack to left hand. Rendered brick. Two storeys with attics, rear wing extends over the Mews with exposed hollow chamfered floor beams, resited, and with two brick arches, one spanning the passage to Hill Street. Facade gables have shaped bargeboards with wooden finials. Two, four paned hung sash attic windows in segmental arches. Two first floor casement windows originally opening onto a balcony and three, twelve paned hung sash windows, two recessed and one flush framed at first floor. Two modern shops at ground floor.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00130/II 000450 6/113 II gv WISBECH
Address:  1 - 2 Market Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546229 Northing:  309646 UPRN:  010012126475
Description:  Nos 1 and 2, MARKET STREET
Detailed Description:  Shops, early C19. Local brown brick, plain tile mansard roofs. Two storeys and attics. Four, casement dormer windows. Seven, twelve paned recessed hung sash windows with cambered gauged brick arches and stone cills. No 1, modern shop at ground floor; No 2, late C19 architraved shop windows and glazed door with rectangular fanlight; house door to right hand, four panelled with rectangular fanlight, plain pilasters and entablature. The buildings in Market Street form an important link between the Castle Estate and the Market Place. The land for the street was purchased by Joseph Medworth and the street appears on his development plan.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00134/II 000452 6/115 II gv WISBECH
Address:  10 Market Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1EX
Easting:  546203 Northing:  309625 UPRN:  100091610272
Description:  Nos 8, 9 and 10, MARKET STREET
Detailed Description:  Part of the Castle Estate Development1793-1816. Three shops and offices forming a return of Union Place terrace in Market Street. Local brown brick, No 9, with rough cast render. Three storeys and basement. Shallow parapet with stonecoping. Six, first and second floor blind windows and hung sash and casement windows, some with glazing bars. All still retain original openings in cambered gauged red brick arches and stone cills. Three ground floor windows in similar openings with window replacements to Nos 8 and 9. Three entrances in round headed, gauged red brick arches, with plain fanlights. No 10, six panelled door. Interiors. No 8, has some original four panelled doors, No 9, has original six panelled door and plain, closed string staircase. No 10, has original windowcases, plain, closed string staircase and alcove cupboards. A (See Nos 1 and 2, Market Street ).

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31-Oct-1983 07/00135/II 000452 6/115 II gv WISBECH
Address:  8 Market Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546201 Northing:  309617 UPRN:  010012123989
Description:  Nos 8, 9 and 10, MARKET STREET
Detailed Description:  Part of the Castle Estate Development1793-1816. Three shops and offices forming a return of Union Place terrace in Market Street. Local brown brick, No 9, with rough cast render. Three storeys and basement. Shallow parapet with stonecoping. Six, first and second floor blind windows and hung sash and casement windows, some with glazing bars. All still retain original openings in cambered gauged red brick arches and stone cills. Three ground floor windows in similar openings with window replacements to Nos 8 and 9. Three entrances in round headed, gauged red brick arches, with plain fanlights. No 10, six panelled door. Interiors. No 8, has some original four panelled doors, No 9, has original six panelled door and plain, closed string staircase. No 10, has original windowcases, plain, closed string staircase and alcove cupboards. A (See Nos 1 and 2, Market Street ).

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31-Oct-1983 07/00136/II 000452 6/115 II gv WISBECH
Address:  9 Market Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1EX
Easting:  546201 Northing:  309617 UPRN:  100091610271
Description:  Nos 8, 9 and 10, MARKET STREET
Detailed Description:  Part of the Castle Estate Development1793-1816. Three shops and offices forming a return of Union Place terrace in Market Street. Local brown brick, No 9, with rough cast render. Three storeys and basement. Shallow parapet with stonecoping. Six, first and second floor blind windows and hung sash and casement windows, some with glazing bars. All still retain original openings in cambered gauged red brick arches and stone cills. Three ground floor windows in similar openings with window replacements to Nos 8 and 9. Three entrances in round headed, gauged red brick arches, with plain fanlights. No 10, six panelled door. Interiors. No 8, has some original four panelled doors, No 9, has original six panelled door and plain, closed string staircase. No 10, has original windowcases, plain, closed string staircase and alcove cupboards. A (See Nos 1 and 2, Market Street ).

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31-Oct-1983 07/00140/IISTAR 000456 6/119 G2STAR gv WISBECH
Address:  The Castle Museum Square Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1ES
Easting:  546220 Northing:  309564 UPRN:  100091513208
Description:  The Castle, MUSEUM SQUARE
Detailed Description:  Villa, built in 1816 by Joseph Medworth (b 1752,d 1827), reusing material from the mansion built by Secretary Thurloe in 1656 designed by Peter Mills (b 1600, d 1670) and demolished in 1815. Grey Gault brick with reused stone dressings. Three storeys with basement, two projecting wings to east: shallow slated hipped roofs with two symmetrical stacks. East facade; main entrance approached by six stone steps with railings returning around basement forecourt. Double recessed elliptical brick arch to double, half glazed doors with blind fanlight and interlacing glazing bars. Interlacing glazing bars to pseudo windows flanking entrance with stone cills. Storey above entrance possibly laterC19, rendered and originally with wooden balustrade. Matching wings have one first floor nine paned hung sash window in double recessed segmental brick arch, and one sixteen paned window. Two rainwater heads with reeded decoration, one similar at Rose and Crown. Garden facade of seven bays. Stone details reused from original Castle. Rusticated stone quoins at first floor, rendered ground floor. Moulded, and offset stone bands at first and second floor. Stone window cills and architraves; moulded stone doorcase with large carved stone brackets supporting flat balustraded canopy. Door, panelled and half glazed. First floor balcony door half-glazed with fanlight similar to window heads. Seven second floor, eight paned hung sash windows in moulded wooden architraves. Six, first floor sixteen paned hung sash windows with interlacing glazing bars at their heads. Two, recessed casement windows in segmental arches and three blind windows at ground floor. Interior; C14 or C15 glass depicting the martyrdom of St Edmund. Central hall flanked by two main rooms and boxed staircase with passages leading to small rooms in wings. Reused material from C17Castle includes stone floor, four panelled doors with shouldered and enriched architraves and three false doors; seven carved over doors, and cartouches over main street entrance. Upper section of chimney piece in drawing room, and moulded ceiling cornice. Some reused, panelled doors in basement. The villa has been graded IIs for its associations with Joseph Medworth, and indirectly with Peter Mills who it is believed designed the original C17 building of which so much material has survived in the present building.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00145/II 000461 6/124 II gv WISBECH
Address:  2 Museum Square Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1ES
Easting:  546239 Northing:  309538 UPRN:  100091647347
Description:  No 2, MUSEUM SQUARE
Detailed Description:  Terrace house, C18. Local brown brick, slate roof, side stack three storeys and basement; three bays. Stone cill band. Two, recessed four paned hung sash windows with cambered, gauged red brick arches and stone cills; one painted blind window at first floor; similar larger windows at ground floor. Large late C19canted bay window to left hand of entrance. Half glazed recessed door with round headed fanlight and radial glazing bars in wooden architrave set in arch of gauged red brick. Interior has some original cornice details.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00146/II 000462 6/125 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Medworth House 3 Museum Square Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1ES
Easting:  546233 Northing:  309542 UPRN:  100091513320
Description:  No 3, (Medworth House), MUSEUM SQUARE
Detailed Description:  Terrace house on corner with Crescent, and designed with No 4, Museum Square as flanking entrance buildings to The Castle Estate, built c1793. Local brown brick; slate roof, side stack. Three storeys and basement. Shallow stone coped parapet; stone cill band. Three, second floor recessed, twelve paned hung sash windows in cambered gauged red brick arches. Three similar, but sixteen paned first floor windows and one ground floor window to left hand of C20 six panelled door with rectangular fanlight. Wooden, Doric portico with flat, moulded canopy elliptical in plan; six panelled door. Some original iron railings to forecourt. Interior has plain closed string staircase and original chimney piece.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00147/II 000463 6/126 II gv WISBECH
Address:  4 Museum Square Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1ES
Easting:  546244 Northing:  309567 UPRN:  100091513321
Description:  No 4, MUSEUM SQUARE
Detailed Description:  Terrace house on corner with Ely Place and designed with No 3, Museum Square as flanking, entrance buildings to the Castle Estate. Local brown brick, slate roof, side stack. Three storeys and basement. Three bays. Shallow stone coped parapet; stone cill band. Windows all sixteen paned recessed hung sashes in cambered gauged red brick arches with three blind windows, one at each floor. Wooden, Doric portico elliptical in plan with flat canopy and moulded cornice. Six panelled door. Return to Ely Place of two bays, has one, twelve paned hung sash window at first and ground floors with blind windows. Two fire insurance plaques. Contemporary with No 3, Museum Square .

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31-Oct-1983 07/00152/II 000466 6/129 II gv WISBECH
Address:  7 Nene Quay Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546096 Northing:  309713 UPRN:  010034161886
Description:  No 7, NENE QUAY
Detailed Description:  C18, altered c1850 stable and coach house and wine vaults to the Rose and Crown, and now partly converted to a shop and garage. Painted brick; slate roof. Two storeys, five bays, excluding two modern, matching first floor bays to south of range. Wide, rusticated stone jambed archway with key stone over carriageway. Stone coped parapet. Five, first floor windows with round headed arches, two with four paned hung sashes and three with boarded shutters. Pair of boarded doors to archway.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00161/II   5/138 6/138 II   WISBECH
Address:  Town Hall 1 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JR
Easting:  545981 Northing:  309702 UPRN:  200002987608
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31-Oct-1983 07/00165/IISTAR 000479 5/142 G2STAR gv WISBECH
Address:  6 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JR
Easting:  545938 Northing:  309681 UPRN:  200002980540
Description:  No 6, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Early C18 house originally three storeys with service basement raised to four storeys c1820-1840. Local brown brick with red brick quoins and window jambs. Slate roof with end stacks. Shallow parapet with stone copings. Four bays. Four, third floor six paned hung sash widows in red gauged brick arches and stone cills. First and second floor windows similar with twelve panes. Two segmental bay windows to west of entrance and one twelve pane window to east. Bands between floors. Wooden Doric doorcase with enriched triangular pediment; eight panelled door. Stone steps with railings to forecourt and entry to basement. Interior has very fine late C18 chimney piece to left hand ground floor room, and two good second floor doorcases; some original doors and panelling. Early C19 staircase with canted and free flying flights rising to attic floor.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00166/IISTAR 000480 5/143 G2STAR gv WISBECH
Address:  7 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JU
Easting:  545922 Northing:  309685 UPRN:  010002209170
Description:  No 7, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  House built c1747, possibly designed by Sir James Burrough, master of Gonville and Caius College. Limestone ashlar, slated roof with end stacks. Three storeys with service basement, four bays. Panelled parapet, deep cornice with shaped modillions. Shouldered architraves to four, first and second floor twelve paned hung sash windows. Rusticated ground floor with three larger, twelve paned windows with key blocks and fanned stone arches. Entrance to west in recessed round headed arch with fanlight and eight panelled door. Original ornamental railings to basement forecourt with gate. Two basement windows and door. Interior has original panelled rooms with pedimented doorcases, original window cases and chimney pieces, original stair with turned balusters.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00167/IISTAR 000481 5/144 G2STAR gv WISBECH
Address:  8 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JU
Easting:  545922 Northing:  309685 UPRN:  010002209168
Description:  Nos 8 and 9, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Pair of houses. Late C18, originally three storeys. Facade altered early C19 by addition of two matching three-story segmental bay windows, and height increased to four storeys. Bay windows recently rebuilt in brown brick with red brick arches using or replacing original segmental shaped hung sash windows. Slate roof, end stacks. Plain parapet. Four, third floor six pane-hung sash windows in cambered gauged brick arches. Twelve paned hung sash windows above entrances to east and west at second and third floor levels. Bay windows with tented roofs and moulded wooden cornices. Matching entrances with recessed, four panelled doors, round headed fanlights in wooden doorcases with fluted reveals and pilasters. Sun insurance plaque to No 8.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00168/IISTAR 000481 5/144 G2STAR gv WISBECH
Address:  8 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JU
Easting:  545922 Northing:  309685 UPRN:  010002209168
Description:  Nos 8 and 9, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Pair of houses. Late C18, originally three storeys. Facade altered early C19 by addition of two matching three-story segmental bay windows, and height increased to four storeys. Bay windows recently rebuilt in brown brick with red brick arches using or replacing original segmental shaped hung sash windows. Slate roof, end stacks. Plain parapet. Four, third floor six pane-hung sash windows in cambered gauged brick arches. Twelve paned hung sash windows above entrances to east and west at second and third floor levels. Bay windows with tented roofs and moulded wooden cornices. Matching entrances with recessed, four panelled doors, round headed fanlights in wooden doorcases with fluted reveals and pilasters. Sun insurance plaque to No 8.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00169/II 000482 5/145 II gv WISBECH
Address:  10 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JR
Easting:  545911 Northing:  309682 UPRN:  010002209172
Description:  No 10, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Early C18 house. Local brown brick with slate roof. Originally three storeys with basement and tumbled parapet gables, raised in C19 to four storeys. Fenestration C19 with wooden hoods for sun shades. One single light hung sash window and double light window at second and third floors. Two storey canted bay windows with hung sashes and single light hung sash window above doorway to east. Six panelled door in round headed arch with fanlight, reeded reveals. Limestone doorcase with fluted columns. Stone steps, iron railings.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00171/II 000484 5/147 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Garden Boundry Wall Between 10 - 11 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  545891 Northing:  309714 UPRN:  010034161890
Description:  Garden boundary wall between Nos 10 and 11, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  C 18 red brick wall with brick coping.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00172/IISTAR 000485 5/148 G2STAR gv WISBECH
Address:  12 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JR
Easting:  545888 Northing:  309670 UPRN:  200002980552
Description:  No 12, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Early C18 house with early C19 alterations to original symmetrical facade and additions to rear, linked internally to warehouses to east. Local brown brick, reddened, with red brick dressings. Collyweston slate roof half hipped to east. Stacks to west. Three storeys with service basement and vaults under street. Five bays, originally with central entrance moved to west in C19. Panelled parapet with stone copings. Five, second floor, twelve paned recessed hung sash windows with cambered gauged brick arches and aprons, stone cills and painted reveals. Five first floor full length casement windows and stone balcony with patterned cast iron railings post 1820. Four ground floor windows similar, but larger than second floor. C19 entrance, approached by four stone steps with low wall, with plain limestone Doric doorcase and eight panelled door and rectangular fanlight. Railings and gate to basement forecourt. Interior has one good complete C18 panelled room with original doors, C18 panelled shutters and doors to basement and upper floors, other interior details C19 including staircase.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00173/II   31/10/1983 II   WISBECH
Address:  Stables To 12 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  545876 Northing:  309722 UPRN:  010034161891
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31-Oct-1983 07/00174/II 000487 5/150 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Garden Boundy Wall Between 12 - 14 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  545874 Northing:  309698 UPRN:  010034161892
Description:  Garden boundary wall between Nos 12 and 14, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  C18 red brick wall with brick coping.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00175/I 000488 5/151 I gv WISBECH
Address:  14 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JR
Easting:  545877 Northing:  309664 UPRN:  200002980553
Description:  No 14, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  A very fine example of an early C18 townhouse with two early C19 'bays' added to west, the second 'bay' with false windows. The extension incorporates the original side entry. Local brown brick; slate roof, hipped to left hand with three stacks. Three storeys with service basement. Parapet with stone copings. Brick cornice. Four, second floor, twelve paned hung sash windows in flush wooden frames with segmental arches. Four similar, but larger, first floor and three ground floor windows. Entrance, to west of centre, approached by four steps with low balustraded wall. Iron railings and gate to forecourt. Rusticated limestone doorcase with key block in square headed, triangular pedimented head. Six panelled door. Original interior details complete at each floor level, of particular interest the staircase hall with geometric stone floor with black marble insets, enriched cornice at both floor levels, matching pair of broken pedimented doorcases to ground floor rooms; fine open string staircase with Vitruvian scroll band, turned balusters and moulded, shaped hand rail. Drawing room complete with raised and fielded panelling and cornice and chimney piece. Original panelled doors and door and window cases. Early C19 rooms with good interior detail. House once owned by the Peckover family.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00176/II 000489 5/152 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Stables To 14 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  545856 Northing:  309717 UPRN:  100091193433
Description:  Stables to No 14, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  C18 stables. Local brown brick with hipped slate roof. One storey with attic and loft. Two gabled casement dormer windows. Three ground floor, round arched windows with casements and fanlights. Stable door to west and inserted wide entry to east with three light transomed window. Included also, garden wall between Nos twelve and 14.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00177/II 000490 5/153 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Garden Boundry Wall To 14 - 15 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  545857 Northing:  309691 UPRN:  010034161893
Description:  Garden boundary wall between Nos 14 and 15, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  C18 red brick wall with brick coping.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00178/I 000491 5/154 I gv WISBECH
Address:  Peckover House North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JR
Easting:  545855 Northing:  309659 UPRN:  010009296328
Description:  No 15, (Peckover House), NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Fine house built in 1722. Wings attributed to Algenon Peckover (1803-1893) in 1878 but designed by Edward Boardman of Norwich. Original late C18 bank to west included in these C19 additions. Local amber brick with red brick, and gauged red brick details. Lead roofs; four internal side stacks. Three storeys with semi basements. Square plan of five bays. Giant pilasters at quoins. Panelled parapet with stone copings, moulded, dentil enriched cornice of gauged brick. Gauged brick bands between floors. Vertical red brick bands link windows with gauged brick aprons and segmental arches. Twelve paned hung sash windows decrease in height at each floor. Four basement windows. Some windows original C18. Fine central, oolitic limestone doorcase with rusticated jambs and dentil enriched segmental pediment, approached by four stone steps. Entrance door with eight raised and fielded panels and round headed fanlight with interlacing glazing bars. Garden elevation has a fine stone staircase with balustrade leading up to pedimented doorcase with Venetian window and three light lunette above, both possibly inserted in mid C18. Flanking wings,c1878 and c1890, single storey, curved in plan, of matching materials. Wing to east with parapet and two, single light and one, three light hung sash window with slender paired, columnar mullions. Wing to west with similar elevation but with open porch to original late C18 side entrance. Late C18 single storey bank with hipped roof exists in part, masked by garden wall. Original openings blocked; strong room survives at basement level and small safe under floor boards; shelving at ceiling height possibly original and used for ledgers. The interior decoration is particularly noteworthy and is of two periods. Early work possibly by craftsmen from Houghton Hall, Norfolk; the Palladian / Rococo work c1760 carried out by the Southwell family. All rooms have original panelling, window cases with shutters and window seats, richly ornamented chimney pieces, and pedimented doorcases and ceiling cornices. Six panelled doors with original brass locks(night locks in bedrooms) and hinges, archways with panelled soffits and pilasters. Rococo details added to some room decoration, ie ceiling of west, front bedroom. Fine staircase with Vitruvian scroll string repeated as a band. Venetian window in staircase hall with very fine coffered, plastered ceiling of ribbon work, foliage, and shells with free foliage lamp boss. Servants stair closed string with slender balusters and pine rail. Pine floors; hall floor geometric limestone with black (Belgian) marble setts. Wing to east originally furnished as a library for Algenon Peckover. Service basement, brick vaulted, has large cooking hearth in kitchen with early C20 cooking range made in Wisbech, original lead lined sink, seats to servants hall and limestone floor. Peckover House has been the property of the National Trust since 1948 originally the home of the Peckover, banking family from 1877.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00179/II 000492 5/155 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Side Entrance Piers Gates And Garden Wall Peckover House 15 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  545846 Northing:  309638 UPRN:  010034161894
Description:  Side entrance piers, gates and garden wall to No 15, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Shaped garden wall, C18 and C19. Local brick and red brick with stone copings. Low wall to street with iron railings and urn finials to standards and two double gates. Gate piers to side entrance with stone caps and pineapple finials.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00181/II 000494 5/157 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Piers And Boundry Wall To North Of Peckover House 15 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  545789 Northing:  309668 UPRN:  010034161896
Description:  Garden wall, piers and boundary wall to north of No 15, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Mid to late C18 red brick garden wall. Entrance to west with brick piers and stone pineapple finials; single pier to north entrance with stone urn finial; and small arched entrance in east wall. Boundary wall C18 red brick with some reused stone.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00182/II 000495 5/158 II gv WISBECH
Address:  The Reed Barn Peckover House North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JR
Easting:  545727 Northing:  309633 UPRN:  010012124767
Description:  Barn to north west of No 15 (Peckover House), NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Double aisled barn. C17 with gable walls reduced and reroofed possibly late C18. Red brick. Thatched, half-hipped roof. Rhomboid plan following plot boundaries to east and west. Two double entries to north and south. Ventilation loops in gable walls, and blocked openings. Said to have been used as a theatre in early C19 by the Peckover family.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00184/IISTAR 000497 5/160 G2STAR gv WISBECH
Address:  19 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JR
Easting:  545837 Northing:  309637 UPRN:  200002980555
Description:  No 19, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Building including the original stables to Peckover House and now converted to one dwelling. Three building periods. Stables, late C18 or early C19 to west of tower block ,early C18; and rear wing possibly c1700. Tower block, local brown brick with red brick details, shallow pyramidal slate roof with weathervane finial, moulded wooden cornice with modillions. Three storeys. Giant pilasters at quoins and brick plinth. River facade has two storey canted bay windows with hung sashes and glazing bars, and three light hung sash window with cambered, gauged, brick arch at second floor. Windows in east facade recently inserted. Stables to west, Gault brick with gauged amber brick, and Coade stone details. Two storeys. Five bays. Blind arcade with Coade stone fluted imposts and head masks to round headed arches. Trefoil Coade stone windows in spandrels and fluted band at first floor. Three first floor six paned hung sash windows shaped to deep segmental arches. Crenellated pediment with stone coping. Entrances to west. Rear wing possibly part of an earlier house. Local red brick, slate roof with parapet gable and end stack. Two storeys with attics. Two, painted blind dormer windows with bolection moulded gable cornices. Deep, curved eaves cornice. One first floor twelve pane hung sash window and two blind windows in gauged brick arches. Gauged brick band between floors. Two blocked ground floor windows. Attached range to north, altered, with original Collyweston stone slates. Part of the building was used as a Quaker School in C19.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00185/II 000498 5/161 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Stables Rear Of 19 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  545810 Northing:  309658 UPRN:  010034161898
Description:  Stable to rear of No 19, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Stable with loft early to mid C18. Local brown brick with slate roof and parapet gables. Entrance in east gable with gauged red brick segmental arch and oval window above with patterned glazing bars.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00186/II 000499 5/162 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Boundry Wall Ro Rear Gardens Of 21 22 23 24 25 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  545791 Northing:  309639 UPRN:  010034161899
Description:  Boundary wall to rear of gardens Nos 21 to 25 inclusive, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Rear boundary wall shared by Nos 21 to 25(inclusive), red brick with brick coping and stone plaque facing grounds to Peckover House inscribed, This wall was built by W R1798.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00188/II 000501 5/164 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Tombstones In Graveyard To Rear Of 21 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  545806 Northing:  309647 UPRN:  010034161900
Description:  Tombstones in graveyard to rear of No 21, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Tombstones to Peckover family and tombstone to Jane Stuart (b 1654, d 1742) illegitimate daughter of James II. Simple round headed stones with plain inscriptions.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00192/II 000504 5/166 II gv WISBECH
Address:  25 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JR
Easting:  545785 Northing:  309608 UPRN:  200002980568
Description:  No 25, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  House, built in 1861, date on stone plaque in rear gabled wall, in the style of Nos 23 and 24 . Designed by Algenon Peckover (1803-1893 ). Yellow Gault brick with limestone dressings, slated roofs with some shaped ridge tiles. Rear stack with eight tall decorated chimney pots. Two storeys with attics and basements. Three light attic window in crow stepped gable with tall shaped stone finial. Two first floor transomed casement windows with leaded lights. Five light transomed casement bay window with leaded lights at ground floor. Gothic door to right hand approached by stone steps and passage door.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00193/II 000505 5/167 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Gazebo To West Of 27 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  545770 Northing:  309592 UPRN:  010034161901
Description:  Gazebo (to west of No 27), NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Late C19 gazebo built by the Peckover family. Red brick with black brick banding; pyramidal slate roof with finial. Two storeys, square plan. Two light stone mullioned windows on three sides, rear entrance approached by steps with ornamental iron railings. Ogee shaped brackets to eaves.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00194/II 000506 5/168 II gv WISBECH
Address:  26 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JR
Easting:  545779 Northing:  309601 UPRN:  200002980569
Description:  Nos 26 and 27, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 symmetrical pair of houses. Local brown brick; slate roof with parapet gables and end stacks. Three storeys with basement. Four first and second floor six paned hung sash windows in cambered gauged red brick arches with stone cills. Two large six paned hung sash windows, flank matching pair of six panelled doors with rectangular fanlights. Entrances approached by stone steps with low brick walls with stone coping. Railings and gates to street with steps to basement. Two hung sash basement windows and two half glazed doors. Interior has a good open string staircase and original panelled doors and chimney pieces.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00195/II 000506 5/168 II gv WISBECH
Address:  27 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JR
Easting:  545773 Northing:  309598 UPRN:  200002980570
Description:  Nos 26 and 27, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 symmetrical pair of houses. Local brown brick; slate roof with parapet gables and end stacks. Three storeys with basement. Four first and second floor six paned hung sash windows in cambered gauged red brick arches with stone cills. Two large six paned hung sash windows, flank matching pair of six panelled doors with rectangular fanlights. Entrances approached by stone steps with low brick walls with stone coping. Railings and gates to street with steps to basement. Two hung sash basement windows and two half glazed doors. Interior has a good open string staircase and original panelled doors and chimney pieces.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00196/II 000507 5/169 II gv WISBECH
Address:  28 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JR
Easting:  545757 Northing:  309594 UPRN:  200002980571
Description:  No 28, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Mid to late C19 house with possibly late C17rear wing. Reddened local brick; shallow pitched slate roof with endstack to east. Three storeys. Two first floor, and two ground floor recessed hung sash windows with rusticated stone arches with painted reveals. Wide three light window to east of four panelled door with rectangular fanlight also with rusticated arches. Rear wing one-story and attic. Painted brick with slate and red pantiled roof, end stack.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00197/II 000508 5/170 II gv WISBECH
Address:  29 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JR
Easting:  545751 Northing:  309589 UPRN:  200002980572
Description:  No 29, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Mid C19 house with brick facade possibly casing an earlier building. Local brown brick; slate roof. Two storeys with attics. Two, recessed attic and first floor hung sash windows, in cambered gauged brick arches. Those at first floor larger. Deep boarded frieze to wooden architrave with recessed six panelled door. Passage door and central wide, three light hung sash window to east.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00199/II 000510 5/172 II gv WISBECH
Address:  The Red Lion 32 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JR
Easting:  545726 Northing:  309588 UPRN:  200002980574
Description:  No 32, (Red Lion), NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Late C18 inn. Local brown brick with stuccoed facade; red pantile roof with large rear stack. Two storeys, three unit plan. Three box framed, twelve paned hung sash windows at first floor and three C19 replacement hung sash windows at ground floor. Two, four flush panelled doors with plain architraved doorcases, side passage door to east. Plinth.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00200/II   5/173 II gv WISBECH
Address:  33 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JR
Easting:  545722 Northing:  309577 UPRN:  200002980575
Description:  No 33, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Early C19 house. Reddened local Gault brick; slate roof with gabled parapet to east and end stacks. Two, first floor recessed, twelve paned hung sash windows with stone cills and cambered, gauged brick arches, and one glazed central blind window. Three similar ground floor windows. Four flush panelled door to left of centre, recessed with rectangular fanlight. Stuccoed plinth.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00201/II 000512 5/174 II gv WISBECH
Address:  34 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JR
Easting:  545716 Northing:  309574 UPRN:  200002980576
Description:  No 34, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  House late C18 or early C19 with later alterations. Local brown brick; slate roof with end stack to east, and hung tiles to C19 attic. Two storeys with attic and basement. Two attic windows, two first floor recessed, hung sash windows in cambered gauged red brick arches. Round headed doorway with stuccoed jambs and key block. Four panelled door with round headed fanlight. Three light hung sash window to east in cambered gauged brick arch.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00202/II 000513 5/175 II gv WISBECH
Address:  35 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JR
Easting:  545711 Northing:  309571 UPRN:  200002980577
Description:  Nos 35 and 36, (and No 6, Chapel Road), NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Corner shop and two houses, c1830, similar in detail to others in Market Place. Gault brick, hipped slate roof, ridge stack. Two storeys and basements. Shallow parapet with stone copings. River facade has four, first floor, twelve paned hung sash windows in cambered gauged brick arches and one blind window. Two similar ground floor windows, and half glazed modern house door. Two original shop windows of two large lights with slender columns flank the rounded corner of the shop entrance. Double shop doors and hung sash window above, curved to corner. Facade facing Chapel Road has three first floor twelve paned hung sash windows and one blind window, with open ground floor window and doorway to right hand.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00203/II 000513 5/175 II gv WISBECH
Address:  36 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JR
Easting:  545706 Northing:  309575 UPRN:  200002980578
Description:  Nos 35 and 36, (and No 6, Chapel Road), NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Corner shop and two houses, c1830, similar in detail to others in Market Place. Gault brick, hipped slate roof, ridge stack. Two storeys and basements. Shallow parapet with stone copings. River facade has four, first floor, twelve paned hung sash windows in cambered gauged brick arches and one blind window. Two similar ground floor windows, and half glazed modern house door. Two original shop windows of two large lights with slender columns flank the rounded corner of the shop entrance. Double shop doors and hung sash window above, curved to corner. Facade facing Chapel Road has three first floor twelve paned hung sash windows and one blind window, with open ground floor window and doorway to right hand.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00204/II   5/175 II 35 and 36 North Brink WISBECH
Address:  6 Chapel Road Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1RH
Easting:  545910 Northing:  309726 UPRN:  200001874235
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31-Oct-1983 07/00205/II 000514 5/176 II gv WISBECH
Address:  37 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JX
Easting:  545685 Northing:  309571 UPRN:  200002980579
Description:  No 37, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Late C18 house. Local brown brick; slate roof with parapet gables and end stacks. Two storeys with attics; rear outshut. Two flat roofed, six paned, hung sash dormer windows. Two first floor and two ground floor, recessed twelve pane hung sash windows in segmental arches. Central blind window above door. Four panelled door with round headed fanlight in pedimented wooden doorcase. Norwich Union fire insurance plaque.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00206/II 000515 5/177 II gv WISBECH
Address:  38 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JX
Easting:  545681 Northing:  309565 UPRN:  200002980580
Description:  No 38, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Adjoining, early C19 cottage to west of No.37. Local brown brick, red pantiled mansard roof with parapet gable and end stack to west. Two storeys and attics. One casement dormer window, one first floor cross framed casement window at ground floor. Main entrance into modern single storey extension on river side elevation.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00207/II 000516 5/178 II gv WISBECH
Address:  39 - 40 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JX
Easting:  545677 Northing:  309551 UPRN:  200002980581
Description:  Nos 39 and 40, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  House, originally two cottages dated CP 1774 on stone plaque. Local brown brick; hipped slate roof with ridgestack. Two storeys, L-plan. Band between floors. River facade has three first floor hung sash windows with glazing bars in flush frames and two ground floor windows. Plain wooden architraved doorcase and modern six panelled door. Side elevation has four hung sash windows at both floor levels in segmental arches and one blocked doorway.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00208/II 000517 5/179 II gv WISBECH
Address:  41 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JX
Easting:  545671 Northing:  309545 UPRN:  200002980582
Description:  Nos 41 and 42, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Pair of late C18 houses. Local brown brick; slate roof with tumbled parapet gables and end stacks. Two storeys with attics and basements (basement windows cut into brick plinth ).Two flat roofed dormer windows. Two first floor blind windows and two, C19, four pane hung sash windows in red gauged brick arches. Red gauged brick band at first floor, red brick quoins. Two ground floor windows with twelve panes in red, gauged brick arches, flank pair of doorcases with deep reveals, and blind round headed fanlights. Six panelled doors. Stone steps to street with iron railings to basement forecourt. Interiors have original chimneypieces and panelled side cupboards. Good butt purlin roof.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00209/II 000517 5/179 II gv WISBECH
Address:  42 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JX
Easting:  545671 Northing:  309545 UPRN:  200002980583
Description:  Nos 41 and 42, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Pair of late C18 houses. Local brown brick; slate roof with tumbled parapet gables and end stacks. Two storeys with attics and basements (basement windows cut into brick plinth ).Two flat roofed dormer windows. Two first floor blind windows and two, C19, four pane hung sash windows in red gauged brick arches. Red gauged brick band at first floor, red brick quoins. Two ground floor windows with twelve panes in red, gauged brick arches, flank pair of doorcases with deep reveals, and blind round headed fanlights. Six panelled doors. Stone steps to street with iron railings to basement forecourt. Interiors have original chimneypieces and panelled side cupboards. Good butt purlin roof.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00211/II 000518 5/180 II gv WISBECH
Address:  44 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JX
Easting:  545661 Northing:  309538 UPRN:  200002980585
Description:  Nos 43 and 44, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Mid to late C19 pair of houses. Red brick; slate roof, tall ridge stack. Two storeys with side passage door to west and two modern half glazed doors. Blind window above each door and two first floor recessed hung sash windows with glazing bars in cambered gauged brick arches. Similar, two ground floor windows.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00213/II 000520 5/182 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Wisbech Grammar School 46 - 48 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JX
Easting:  545630 Northing:  309516 UPRN:  200002987614
Description:  Nos 46, 47 and 48, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Italianate villa now a school said to have been designed by Algenon Peckover, 1840-50. Yellow Gault brick with stone details; hipped slate roofs with symmetrical stacks. Three storeys and semi basement with two storey wing to south west. Schoolroom additions to north east c1904 replace matching original wing. First floor stone cill band. Deep boarded eaves with scroll enrichment to plastered frieze band, repeated on wing. Five second floor recessed hung sash windows in cambered gauged brick arches, five larger twelve paned windows at first floor, and four similar ground floor windows. Entrance approached by seven stone steps and curving ornamental railing to basement forecourt. Limestone doorcase with moulded impost, round headed arch and key block. Eight panelled door with round headed fanlight. Contemporary wing with pedimented gable has side entrance in corner porch. Six panelled door in roundheaded arch with fanlight. Two hung sash windows in recessed two-story arch, first floor window shaped to round headed arch. Blind arch to south west balancing porch.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00216/II 000523 7/185 II gv WISBECH
Address:  52 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JX
Easting:  545589 Northing:  309470 UPRN:  200002980587
Description:  No 52, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Early C19 house extended by one bay to Northeast shortly after. Local brown brick; shallow pitched slate roof with end stacks. Two storeys. Brick plinth. Three first floor recessed hung sash windows with glazing bars in cambered gauged brick arches and stone cills. Three similar ground floor windows and six panelled door with rectangular fanlight. Cellar to later extension. Interior has late C19 details, rebuilt staircase using C19 materials.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00217/II 000524 7/186 II gv WISBECH
Address:  The Rose Tavern 53 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JX
Easting:  545580 Northing:  309467 UPRN:  200002980588
Description:  No 53, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Late C18 inn, altered, with rear wing. Local brown brick rendered to first floor height in street facade. Steeply pitched slate roof with tumbled parapet gable to south west with end stack. Two first floor flush framed hung sash windows with four panes. Central blind window. Two light hung sash window to left hand of recessed doorway with modern panelled door.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00218/II 000525 7/187 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Gazebo To North East Of 54 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  545582 Northing:  309455 UPRN:  010034161926
Description:  Gazebo to north east of No 54, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Gazebo, late C19, one of a pair built by the Peckover Family. Stone plaque in south west facade inscribed Be not weary in well doing'. Red brick with yellow brick dressings, moulded terracotta window architraves, and shaped brackets to eaves cornice. Pyramidal slate roof with wooden finial. Two storeys. Windows in three faces of paired, fixed lights shaped to shallow pointed arches. Staircase to first floor over brick arch. Cast iron gutter with lionmasks.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00219/II 000526 7/188 II gv WISBECH
Address:  56 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JX
Easting:  545564 Northing:  309440 UPRN:  200002980591
Description:  No 56, (Brinke House), NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Late C18 house with alterations to street facade dated JP 1874, on terracotta plaque. Local brown brick, slate and pantiled roof with tumbled parapet gables, end stacks. Two storeys. Stepped pediment above small, central first floor C19canted bay window, two first floor replacement casement windows in segmental arches. Half glazed, panelled door flanked by two light hung sash windows with glazing bars in segmental arches. Rear wing added to original outshut.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00220/II 000527 7/189 II gv WISBECH
Address:  60 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JX
Easting:  545536 Northing:  309407 UPRN:  010002209195
Description:  No 60, (Barton Lodge), NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Early C19 house, originally The Bird in Hand public house, the brewery associated with this inn was in Barton Road. Two storeys with basement. Red brick, yellow Gault brick street facade, slate roof, end stacks. Stone copings to parapet. Three first floor hung sash windows in recessed segmental arches with stone cills. Plaster band between floors. Large three light hung sash window with segmental arch to left hand of doorway. Plain wooden doorcase, recessed six panelled door. Hung sash window to right hand.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00221/II 000434 6/272 II gv WISBECH
Address:  Rear Of 27 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1AQ
Easting:  546142 Northing:  309720 UPRN:  010012124826
Description:  Warehouse to rear of No 27, MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Late C17 two storey, local brown brick warehouse, said to be a candle makers workshop. Gable parapet facing south-east with recessed panel with rounded brick arch. Main entrance to left hand with boarded door and wide entrance in north-east facade. Original C17 oak roof.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00227/II   7/196 7/197 II   WISBECH
Address:  Elgoods Brewery North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1LW
Easting:  545544 Northing:  309192 UPRN:  200002987613
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31-Oct-1983 07/00238/II 000548 6/209 II gv WISBECH
Address:  11 North Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1NP
Easting:  546035 Northing:  309836 UPRN:  100090082751
Description:  No 11, NORTH STREET
Detailed Description:  Mid to late C19 alterations to possibly C18house. Three storeys and basement; one bay. Local brown brick,roof concealed by parapet. Stack to east. Stucco to ground floorwith rusticated quoins at first floor and bands at first and secondfloors. Second floor hung sash window with stone frame and cill,first floor window similar with console brackets and cornice. Shopwindow, three light hung sash and half glazed door with flankingpilasters.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00252/IISTAR 000557 6/217 G2STAR gv WISBECH
Address:  1 Old Market Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1NJ
Easting:  546056 Northing:  309808 UPRN:  100090083029
Description:  Nos 1 and 2, OLD MARKET
Detailed Description:  Two late C18 houses; No 1, symmetrical fivebays, No 2, slightly recessed three bays. Local amber brickwith interlocking roof tiles; slate roofs to three rear wings.Three storeys. End stacks and ridge stack. Parapet with stonecopings and moulded cornice. Stone cills to all windows. Eightfirst floor, and six ground floor, twelve paned, recessed, hung sashwindows, in cambered gauged brick arches. Eight similar atticwindows of six panes. Two matching doorcases in round headed gaugedbrick arches with cast iron glazing bars to fanlight. Woodendoorcase has fluted half columns and frieze band. Doors with sixraised and fielded panels. Stone steps to each entrance. Interiorhas two good original chimneypieces; cornice and dado to rear firstfloor room; panelled doors and shutters to windows. Open stringstaircase with raking mahogany hand rail and plain balusters.Lantern above staircase with conical light.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00253/IISTAR 000557 6/217 G2STAR gv WISBECH
Address:  2 Old Market Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1NJ
Easting:  546051 Northing:  309800 UPRN:  100090083030
Description:  Nos 1 and 2, OLD MARKET
Detailed Description:  Two late C18 houses; No 1, symmetrical fivebays, No 2, slightly recessed three bays. Local amber brickwith interlocking roof tiles; slate roofs to three rear wings.Three storeys. End stacks and ridge stack. Parapet with stonecopings and moulded cornice. Stone cills to all windows. Eightfirst floor, and six ground floor, twelve paned, recessed, hung sashwindows, in cambered gauged brick arches. Eight similar atticwindows of six panes. Two matching doorcases in round headed gaugedbrick arches with cast iron glazing bars to fanlight. Woodendoorcase has fluted half columns and frieze band. Doors with sixraised and fielded panels. Stone steps to each entrance. Interiorhas two good original chimneypieces; cornice and dado to rear firstfloor room; panelled doors and shutters to windows. Open stringstaircase with raking mahogany hand rail and plain balusters.Lantern above staircase with conical light.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00256/II 000560 6/220 II gv WISBECH
Address:  5 Old Market Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1NJ
Easting:  546047 Northing:  309784 UPRN:  100091195452
Description:  No 5, OLD MARKET
Detailed Description:  Late C18 shop. Local brown brick withcorrugated asbestos roof; stack to north. Three storeys andbasement. Stone copings to parapet. Two second floor casementwindows with glazing bars in cambered gauged brick arches. Similararches to sixteen paned hung sash windows above shop. Late C19 shopfacade with matching canted bay windows flanking central shop door.Two, patterned iron grills to basements lights.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00259/IISTAR 000563 6/223 G2STAR gv WISBECH
Address:  Georgian Court 8 - 9 Old Market Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1NJ
Easting:  546041 Northing:  309761 UPRN:  100091647068
Description:  Nos 8 and 9, OLD MARKET
Detailed Description:  Two houses, second half of C18 sharing finestreet facade. Early C19 alterations. Local brown brick, slateroofs with end stacks. Four storeys with hipped three storey rearwing and two gabled extensions. Local brown brick with stone andred brick dressings. Six bays, two central bays slightlyproject. Parapet with four inset brick panels and stone copings.Central pediment and cornice of moulded stone with modillions.Stone bands at second and third floors. Six, third floor, recessedsix paned hung sash windows in gauged red brick arches withkey stones and stone cills. Inset brick panels below windows.Second floor windows similar with twelve panes. Stone balcony withcast iron railings supported on cast iron brackets at first floorwith full length casement windows with margin lights. Two matchingentrances to left of centre and to right hand; wide half glazed,panelled doors in plain architraved doorcases with rectangularfanlights. Moulded stone plinth. Interior has plain C19 closedstring staircase.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00260/II 000564 6/224 II gv WISBECH
Address:  10 Old Market Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1NJ
Easting:  546041 Northing:  309751 UPRN:  100091513024
Description:  No 10, OLD MARKET
Detailed Description:  Mid C18 shop with side entrance to south.Local brown brick; modern interlocking red tiles; central stack.Three storeys and basement with hipped rear wing and stair turret.Parapet with stone copings. Three second floor recessed, six panedhung sash windows in cambered gauged brick arches and three similartwelve paned, first floor windows. Early C20 shop windows and doubledoors. C17 oak door with studded, moulded, rails reused in sideentry. Good mid C18 interior with modillioned cornice, andpanelling; open string staircase with moulded, raking bannister rail,and turned balusters. Raised and fielded panelled doors.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00265/II   5/229 6/229 II   WISBECH
Address:  28 - 29 Old Market Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1ND
Easting:  545994 Northing:  309760 UPRN:  100091512930
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31-Oct-1983 07/00268/IISTAR 000572 5/232 G2STAR gv WISBECH
Address:  Sulehay House 32 Old Market Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1NF
Easting:  545980 Northing:  309802 UPRN:  100090083033
Description:  No 32, (Sulehay House), OLD MARKET
Detailed Description:  House built 1723, dated rainwater head.Side entrance to east later in C18, raised to two storeys in C19.Local red brick with stone bands and plinth band, and rusticatedquoins from first floor. Three storeys and basement. Four endstacks, parapet to each elevation with stone coping and two brickpanels to north and south elevations. Two, twelve paned, slightlyrecessed hung sash windows in cambered gauged brick arches withstone cills; two similar, but larger windows at ground floor andfirst floor. Side entrance approached by stone steps with ironrailings. Round headed, moulded, stone architrave with lion masks,six panelled door with patterned fanlight. Brick pier with stonecap, urn finial and plinth terminating boundary wall to east.Interior has very fine original open string staircase with carvedbrackets to newels with volutes and leaf swags; carved leaf ornamentto stair risers. Panelled doors; raised and fielded panelling andcornices.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00271/II 000575 6/235 II gv WISBECH
Address:  1 Post Office Lane Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546087 Northing:  309592 UPRN:  010034161939
Description:  No 1, POST OFFICE LANE
Detailed Description:  Early C19 house and shop. Local brownbrick; slate roof, rendered plinth. Three storeys. Three secondfloor twelve paned hung sash windows with wooden frames in camberedgauged brick arches. Three similar first floor windows in segmentalarches. Entrance to left hand with continuous moulding to roundheaded wooden architrave with panelled reveals. Half glazed panelleddoor with patterned glazing bars to blind fanlight. Shop window oftwo lights with shaped heads and spandrels, divided and flanked, byslender shafted mullions.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00272/IISTAR 000576 6/236 G2STAR gv WISBECH
Address:  3 School Lane Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1AW
Easting:  546165 Northing:  309816 UPRN:  010009296528
Description:  No 3, SCHOOL LANE
Detailed Description:  Fine example of a very small town house.Dated 1701, WRH. Local brown brick with pantile mansard roof andgable parapets. Two storeys with attics. Parapet with stonecoping, moulded gauged red brick cornice band with dentilenrichment, gauged band between floors, and cambered window archesto two first floor and one ground floor, flush framed, twelve panedhung sash windows with stone cills. Brick plinth. Wooden doorcasewith reeded pilasters and blind round headed fanlight in brokenpediment, C18 half glazed, panelled door. Plain lead rainwaterhead. Interior has fielded panelling and staircase with Chinesebalustrade at first floor.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00274/II   5/238 7/238 II   WISBECH
Address:  Wall To Rear Of 12 Queens School And Queens Hotel Somers Road Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  545917 Northing:  309530 UPRN:  010034161944
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31-Oct-1983 07/00279/II 000582 5/240 II gv WISBECH
Address:  6 South Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JA
Easting:  545978 Northing:  309614 UPRN:  100091610368
Description:  No 6, SOUTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Mid C18 house. Local brown brick withhipped slate roofs and stack to west. Three storeys and basement;five bays. Parapet with stone copings. Five, second floor sixpaned hung sash windows in cambered, gauged, red brick arches andstone cills. Five similar, twelve paned first floor and ground floorwindows. Brick band at first floor. Broken triangular pedimentedwooden doorcase with fluted Doric columns. Six panelled door withround headed fanlight. Railings to basement forecourt. Interior hasmid to late C18 doors and doorcases, panelled window shutters, andtwo original chimney pieces. Late C18.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00280/IISTAR 000583 5/241 G2STAR gv WISBECH
Address:  Octavia Hill Birthplace Museum 1 South Brink Place And 7 - 8 South Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JE
Easting:  545969 Northing:  309607 UPRN:  100091513051
Description:  Nos 7 and 8 (including Nos 1 and 2, Somers Road), SOUTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Fine early C18 pair of houses with interiorto No eight of particular note. Triangular pediment and consolebrackets added to facade in second half of C19. Local brown brickwith stone dressings; hipped slate roofs, two large brick stacks.Three storeys with basement, double pile, eight bays. Parapetwith stone copings, cornice band and pediment. Stone cills to allwindows. Eight second floor twelve paned hung sash windows in flatgauged red brick arches. Eight larger first floor and four groundfloor twelve paned windows in similar arches. Centre ground floorwindows replaced by large modern bay window with glazing bars. Twomatching entrances with shouldered stone architraves, pulvinatedfrieze and segmental pediment. Two, six panelled doors, some panelsglazed. Basement forecourt railings between doors. Elevation toSomers Road of four bays, with similar windows to main facade.Two, matching round headed, arched stone doorcases with fanlightsand stone steps have an eight panelled door and one half glazeddoor. Interior to No 7, has late C18 staircase and modern officedetails; No 8, has fine closed string C18 staircase with turnedbalusters and panelled newel posts, first floor drawing roomcomplete with fine carved chimney piece, panelling, door and windowcases and good chimney piece. House possibly built by Sir PhilipVavasour, High Sheriff of Cambs in 1760. No 8, the home of OctaviaHill, (b 1838 ).

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31-Oct-1983 07/00281/II 000584 5/242 II gv WISBECH
Address:  The Sessions House South Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  545928 Northing:  309605 UPRN:  100091513349
Description:  Sessions House, SOUTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Formerly the Sessions House of the Isle ofEly built in 1808 and designed by Thomas West, local architect.Local gault brick with stone dressings; hipped slate roof and louvre.One storey and half basement, main entrance facing east, approachedby stone stairs with iron railings. Parapet with stone copings,rusticated quoins, cornice band and plinth. Five, recessed, twelvepaned hung sash windows in cambered gauged brick arches. Mainentrance now with modern door and fanlight in original cambered,gauged brick arch, two flanking windows similar to main facade.Original coved ceiling now boarded over.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00282/II   5/243 II   WISBECH
Address:  Unity House 9 South Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JQ
Easting:  545914 Northing:  309602 UPRN:  100091647044
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31-Oct-1983 07/00283/II 000586 5/244 II gv WISBECH
Address:  10 South Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JQ
Easting:  545902 Northing:  309596 UPRN:  100091647045
Description:  No 10, SOUTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Early C18 house. Painted stucco, localbrown brick. Steeply pitched slate roof with parapet gables and endstacks. Two storeys with attics. Parapet with copings, mouldedcornice and patterned frieze band. Three, six paned hung sash dormerwindows. Five first floor, and four ground floor, flush framed,twelve paned hung sash windows. Entrance with continuous, mouldedround headed arched architrave; six panelled door and round headedfanlight with glazing bars.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00285/II 000587 5/245 II gv WISBECH
Address:  11 South Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  545891 Northing:  309590 UPRN:  010034161945
Description:  No 11, SOUTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Mid to late C18 house, now annexe to QueensHotel. Local brown brick; interlocking modern tile roof; end stacks.Red brick dressings to quoins, window and door jambs. Three storeys,five bays. Plinth. Five second floor recessed, original C18 sixpaned hung sash window in cambered, gauged red brick arches. Fivesimilar first floor, and four ground floor twelve paned windows. Sixpanelled door with rectangular fanlight. Door with eight fieldedpanels. Wooden canopy supported by carved console brackets.Interior has original cornices and chimneypieces, now linked to No 12as hotel extension.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00286/IISTAR 000588 5/246 G2STAR gv WISBECH
Address:  12 South Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  545885 Northing:  309580 UPRN:  010034161946
Description:  No 12, (Queens Hotel), SOUTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Early to mid C18 house, now a hotel. Localbrown brick; slate roofs with internal facing hips. Gable parapetswith end stacks. Three storeys with basement. Parapet with stonecoping, cornice, first floor band and plinth. Red brick quoins andwindow jambs. Six, first floor recessed, six paned hung sashwindows in cambered, gauged brick arches with painted reveals. Six,similar, twelve paned, first floor and five ground floor windows.Entrance to right of centre, stone doorcase with Ionic columns,pulvinate frieze. Moulded, round headed stone architrave with eightfielded panelled door and fanlight with interlocking glazing bars.Interior originally very fine but recently altered. Staircasesimilar in detail to No 14 North Brink with turned balusters andVitruvian scroll string, shaped and moulded handrail. Staircasehall with C18 geometric limestone floor with black marble insets;enriched cornice to coffered ceiling. One doorcase remains oforiginal three at landing. Drawing room with rococo plastereddecoration to coffered ceiling with deep enriched cornice. Threeearly C19 full height casement windows shaped to round headedarchitraves with panelled reveals in south wall. Some originalpanelled doors and two chimney pieces.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00288/IISTAR 000590 5/248 G2STAR gv WISBECH
Address:  15 South Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JL
Easting:  545865 Northing:  309565 UPRN:  100091610371
Description:  No 15, (Queens School), SOUTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Fine house built in mid C18 with early C19rebuilt facade to street. Local brown brick with gauged red brickdressings to original building and C19 yellow gault brick with stonedressings. Hipped slate roofs with end stacks and wooden, octagonaldomed cupola with iron railings. Three storeys and basement withsquare plan and wing to east. Five bays to street facade. Copedparapet and pediment; stone bands between floors. Five, secondfloor recessed two paned hung sash windows in cambered gauged brickarches. Five similar, but larger first floor, and four ground floorwindows. Doric, pedimented stone doorcase with eight panelled doorand rectangular fanlight. Garden facade has recessed giantpilasters at quoins of gauged red brick arches with stone bands.Stone bands between floors, plinth and window arches. Twelve panehung sash windows and late C18 wooden doorcase with panelled door.Interior includes fine late C18 Adam style room with plasteredceiling, cornice, and chimney piece with three painted miniatureinsets. Dentil enriched cornices at most floors and originaldoors. Open string staircase late C18 of six flights with rakingmahogany handrail. Iron railings to street, shaped in plan, withtwo double gates. School buildings to right hand, red brick withred tiled roof. Built c1897 by W M Fawcett. Five bayed singlestoreyed main range divided by brick pilasters with stone transomedand mullioned three light windows, two storey cross wing withstepped gable. One stack. Tall louvred, polygonal lantern withlead cap and iron finial. Extension to west early C20.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00290/II 000592 5/250 II gv WISBECH
Address:  17 South Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JQ
Easting:  545807 Northing:  309540 UPRN:  100090084874
Description:  Nos 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, and 22, SOUTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Early C19 terrace of seven houses. Gaultbrick, mansard slate roof with ridge stacks. Two storeys with atticsand basements. Eleven attic windows. Stepped parapet with recessedpanels and stone copings. Plinth. End houses each with two storey,segmental planned brick bays with hung sash windows shaped to thebay. Twelve first floor recessed twelve paned hung sash windows withcambered gauged brick arches, stone cills and painted reveals.Similar ground floor windows alternate with six panelled doors inround headed gauged brick arches with patterned fanlights.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00291/II 000592 5/250 II gv WISBECH
Address:  18 South Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JQ
Easting:  545802 Northing:  309537 UPRN:  100090084875
Description:  Nos 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, and 22, SOUTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Early C19 terrace of seven houses. Gaultbrick, mansard slate roof with ridge stacks. Two storeys with atticsand basements. Eleven attic windows. Stepped parapet with recessedpanels and stone copings. Plinth. End houses each with two storey,segmental planned brick bays with hung sash windows shaped to thebay. Twelve first floor recessed twelve paned hung sash windows withcambered gauged brick arches, stone cills and painted reveals.Similar ground floor windows alternate with six panelled doors inround headed gauged brick arches with patterned fanlights.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00292/II 000592 5/250 II gv WISBECH
Address:  19 South Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JQ
Easting:  545798 Northing:  309534 UPRN:  100091195858
Description:  Nos 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, and 22, SOUTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Early C19 terrace of seven houses. Gaultbrick, mansard slate roof with ridge stacks. Two storeys with atticsand basements. Eleven attic windows. Stepped parapet with recessedpanels and stone copings. Plinth. End houses each with two storey,segmental planned brick bays with hung sash windows shaped to thebay. Twelve first floor recessed twelve paned hung sash windows withcambered gauged brick arches, stone cills and painted reveals.Similar ground floor windows alternate with six panelled doors inround headed gauged brick arches with patterned fanlights.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00293/II 000592 5/250 II gv WISBECH
Address:  20 South Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JQ
Easting:  545793 Northing:  309531 UPRN:  100090084876
Description:  Nos 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, and 22, SOUTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Early C19 terrace of seven houses. Gaultbrick, mansard slate roof with ridge stacks. Two storeys with atticsand basements. Eleven attic windows. Stepped parapet with recessedpanels and stone copings. Plinth. End houses each with two storey,segmental planned brick bays with hung sash windows shaped to thebay. Twelve first floor recessed twelve paned hung sash windows withcambered gauged brick arches, stone cills and painted reveals.Similar ground floor windows alternate with six panelled doors inround headed gauged brick arches with patterned fanlights.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00294/II 000592 5/250 II gv WISBECH
Address:  21 South Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JQ
Easting:  545788 Northing:  309529 UPRN:  100090084877
Description:  Nos 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, and 22, SOUTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Early C19 terrace of seven houses. Gaultbrick, mansard slate roof with ridge stacks. Two storeys with atticsand basements. Eleven attic windows. Stepped parapet with recessedpanels and stone copings. Plinth. End houses each with two storey,segmental planned brick bays with hung sash windows shaped to thebay. Twelve first floor recessed twelve paned hung sash windows withcambered gauged brick arches, stone cills and painted reveals.Similar ground floor windows alternate with six panelled doors inround headed gauged brick arches with patterned fanlights.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00295/II 000592 5/250 II gv WISBECH
Address:  22 South Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JQ
Easting:  545783 Northing:  309526 UPRN:  100090084878
Description:  Nos 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, and 22, SOUTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Early C19 terrace of seven houses. Gaultbrick, mansard slate roof with ridge stacks. Two storeys with atticsand basements. Eleven attic windows. Stepped parapet with recessedpanels and stone copings. Plinth. End houses each with two storey,segmental planned brick bays with hung sash windows shaped to thebay. Twelve first floor recessed twelve paned hung sash windows withcambered gauged brick arches, stone cills and painted reveals.Similar ground floor windows alternate with six panelled doors inround headed gauged brick arches with patterned fanlights.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00298/II 000595 6/255 II gv WISBECH
Address:  1 Union Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1HB
Easting:  546194 Northing:  309614 UPRN:  100091513011
Description:  No 1, UNION PLACE
Detailed Description:  Terrace house built c1800, one of six housesbuilt as part of the planned circus of the Castle Estate by JosephMedworth (b 1754, d 1827 ). Local brown brick; red pantile roof andside stack. Three storeys and basement. Shallow parapet with stonecopings. Painted stone cill band at first floor. Three, secondfloor, nine paned recessed hung sash windows with painted reveals andstone cills in cambered, gauged red brick arches. Three first floorand two ground floor twelve paned hung sash windows in similaropenings. Wooden doorcase with fluted pilasters and broken pediment,plain round headed fanlight and six panelled door. Interior has ablocked archway to an original bay window in rear elevation; plain,closed string staircase with Chinese Chippendale balustrade panel,original six panelled door and panelled window case.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00299/II 000596 6/256 II gv WISBECH
Address:  2 Union Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1HB
Easting:  546188 Northing:  309617 UPRN:  100090086035
Description:  No 2, UNION PLACE
Detailed Description:  Terrace house built c1800, one of six housesbuilt as part of the planned circus of the Castle Estate by JosephMedworth (b 1754, d 1827 ). Local brown brick; slate roof and sidestack. Three storeys and basement. Three bays. Shallow parapetwith stone copings. Painted stone cill band at first floor. Three,second floor, nine paned recessed hung sash windows in cambered,gauged red brick arches and stone cills. Three first floor and twoground floor twelve paned hung sash windows in similar openings.Wooden doorcase with fluted pilasters and broken pediment, plainround headed fanlight and six panelled door. Rear C19, two storeywooden panelled extension with brick foundations. Interior has twooriginal chimney pieces with sunk panels and reeded decoration.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00300/II 000597 6/257 II gv WISBECH
Address:  3 Union Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1HB
Easting:  546181 Northing:  309615 UPRN:  100090086036
Description:  No 3, UNION PLACE
Detailed Description:  Terrace house built c1800, one of six housesbuilt as part of the planned circus of the Castle Estate by JosephMedworth (b 1754, d 1827 ). Local brown brick; slate roof and sidestack. Three storeys and basement. Three bays. Shallow parapetwith stone copings. Painted stone cill band at first floor. Three,second floor, nine paned recessed hung sash windows in cambered,gauged red brick arches and stone cills with painted reveals. Threefirst floor and two ground floor twelve paned hung sash windows insimilar openings. Wooden doorcase with fluted pilasters and brokenpediment, plain round headed fanlight and six panelled door.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00301/II 000598 6/258 II gv WISBECH
Address:  4 Union Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1HB
Easting:  546173 Northing:  309616 UPRN:  100090086037
Description:  No 4, UNION PLACE
Detailed Description:  Terrace house built c1800, one of six housesbuilt as part of the planned circus of the Castle Estate by JosephMedworth (b 1754, d 1827 ). Local brown brick; modern interlockingtile roof and pantile roof. Three storeys and basement, four baysincluding side passage to right hand with boarded door and paintedpanel in lieu of fanlight in round headed brick arch. Main entrancehas wooden doorcase with fluted pilasters and broken pediment, plainround headed fanlight and six panelled door. Shallow parapet withstone coping. Two, second floor, nine paned recessed hung sashwindows in cambered, gauged red brick arches and stone cills and twopainted blind windows. Three first floor and two ground floor twelvepaned hung sash windows in similar openings with one painted blindwindow at each storey above passage way. Painted stone cill band atfirst floor. Interior has plain, original staircase, and two, reedpanelled chimney pieces and panelled doors.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00302/II 000599 6/259 II gv WISBECH
Address:  5 Union Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1HB
Easting:  546166 Northing:  309614 UPRN:  100090086038
Description:  No 5, UNION PLACE
Detailed Description:  Terrace house built c1800, later than No 4,one of six houses built as part of the planned circus of the CastleEstate by Joseph Medworth (b 1754, d 1827 ). Local brown brick;slate roof with C19 ridge tiles; side stack. Three storeys withbasement. Shallow parapet with stone copings. Painted stone cillband at first floor. Three, second floor, nine paned recessed hungsash windows in cambered, red gauged brick arches. Three similarbut larger first floor and two ground floor windows. Woodendoorcase with fluted pilasters and broken pediment, plain roundheaded fanlight and five panelled door.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00303/II 000600 6/260 II gv WISBECH
Address:  6 Union Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1HB
Easting:  546159 Northing:  309607 UPRN:  100090086039
Description:  No 6, UNION PLACE
Detailed Description:  Terrace house built c1800 but later than No 4,occupying a corner position beside the Congregational chapel inCastle Square, one of six houses built as part of the planned circusof the Castle Estate by Joseph Medworth (b 1754, d 1827 ). Localbrown brick, slate roof, side stack. Three storeys and basementwith symmetrical three bays to Union Place. Painted stone cill bandand rendered plinth. Two, second floor, sixteen paned recessed hungsash windows in cambered, red gauged brick arches flanking centralblind window with brick panel. Three similar but larger first floorand ground floor windows with twelve paned hung sash window aboveentrance. Wooden doorcase with fluted pilasters and brokenpediment, plain round headed fanlight and five panelled door.Interior has an original six panelled door and sunk panelled chimneypiece.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00306/II 000603 6/263 II gv WISBECH
Address:  11 Union Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DJ
Easting:  546181 Northing:  309743 UPRN:  100091512920
Description:  No 11, (The Fenland Advertiser), UNION STREET
Detailed Description:  Late C18 shop, possibly refronting an earlierbuilding. Local brown brick, slate roof. Three storeys, twobays. Shallow stone coped parapet. Two recessed, twelve panedsecond floor hung sash windows in cambered, gauged brick arches andstone cills, and two similar, larger first floor windows. Modernshop front with side passage to right hand with an exposed timberframed floor. No timber framing exposed in interior.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00310/II   6/277 A II   WISBECH
Address:  Chest Tomb To Joseph Medworth St Peters And Pauls Church Gardens Church Terrace Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546270 Northing:  309536 UPRN:  010034161951
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31-Oct-1983 07/00311/II   6/277 B II   WISBECH
Address:  Chest Tomb To Elizabeth Stevens St Peters And Pauls Church Gardens Church Terrace Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546287 Northing:  309517 UPRN:  010034161952
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31-Oct-1983 07/00312/II   6/277 C II   WISBECH
Address:  Obelisk To Capitain Shultz St Peters And Pauls Church Gardens Church Terrace Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546278 Northing:  309538 UPRN:  010034161953
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31-Oct-1983 07/00313/II   6/278 A II   WISBECH
Address:  Chest Tomb To John Baxter St Peters And Pauls Church Gardens Church Terrace Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546344 Northing:  309542 UPRN:  010034161954
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31-Oct-1983 07/00314/II   6/278 B II   WISBECH
Address:  Chest Tomb To The South East Of St Peters And Pauls Church Gardens Church Terrace Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546333 Northing:  309554 UPRN:  010034161955
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31-Oct-1983 07/00315/II   4/279 II   WISBECH
Address:  Four Headstones West Of Nave St Peters And Pauls Church Gardens Church Terrace Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546284 Northing:  309545 UPRN:  010034161956
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31-Oct-1983 07/00768/II 000531 7/192 II gv WISBECH
Address:  69 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1LN
Easting:  545562 Northing:  309282 UPRN:  200002980601
Description:  No 69 (part of Elgoods brewery), NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Late C18 house, two storeys with attics,symmetrical facade. Local brown brick, plain tile roof with shallowparapet gables and end stacks. Two flat roofed, dormer windows, andtwo, flush framed, sixteen paned hung sash windows in segmental brickarches at both floor levels. Six panelled C19 door in moulded woodenarchitrave to left of centre.

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31-Oct-1983 07/00769/II 000532 7/193 II gv WISBECH
Address:  70 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1LN
Easting:  545576 Northing:  309269 UPRN:  200002980602
Description:  No 70, (part of Elgoods brewery), NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Early C19 house. Local brown brick, flatroof with shallow parapet and shared end stack to south. Twostoreys. Two, twelve paned hung sash windows in cambered, gauged,brick arches with stone cills, flanking two painted blind windows.Three similar ground floor windows and four panelled door to leftof centre with rectangular fanlight.

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31-Oct-1985 07/00781/II 000450 6/113 II 1 and 2 WISBECH
Address:  2 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DT
Easting:  546271 Northing:  309604 UPRN:  100091513369
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Shops, early C19. Local brown brick, plain tile mansard roofs. Two storeys and attics. Four, casement dormer windows. Seven, twelve paned recessed hung sash windows with cambered gauged brick arches and stone cills. No 1, modern shop at ground floor; No 2, late C19 architraved shop windows and glazed door with rectangular fanlight; house door to right hand, four panelled with rectangular fanlight, plain pilasters and entablature. The buildings in Market Street form an important link between the Castle Estate and the Market Place. The land for the street was purchased by Joseph Medworth and the street appears on his development plan.

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  07/00792/II     II   WISBECH
Address:  16 Market Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1EX
Easting:  546213 Northing:  309640 UPRN:  100091610259
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10-Feb-1969 07/00214/II 000521 5/183 II gv WISBECH 1995
Address:  49 - 50 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  545611 Northing:  309495 UPRN:  010090573997
Description:  Nos 49 and 50, NORTH BRINK
Detailed Description:  Early C19 pair of houses with common facade and elliptical arched cartway to right of centre. Local brown brick, slate roof with two ridge stacks and one end stack to south west. Two storeys with attics, and outshuts to rear. Four dormer windows with horizontal sliding sashes with glazing bars. Eight, paired first floor windows, including two blind windows with cambered gauged brick arches and stone cills. Two windows have small panes of original bull nose glass. Four ground floor, recessed hung sash windows with glazing bars in similar arches. Two doors, one to right hand, four panelled with architraved wooden doorcase.

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17-Oct-1983 10/00010/IISTAR   6/95 IISTAR   WISBECH 1995
Address:  23 - 24 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DG
Easting:  546143 Northing:  309706 UPRN:  100091512918
Description:  17thC coaching inn
Detailed Description:  

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31-Oct-1983 07/00113/II 000436 6/99 II gv WISBECH 1995
Address:  Tallow Court New Inn Yard Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1AQ
Easting:  546153 Northing:  309731 UPRN:  100091195314
Description:  Granary (to west of No 29, facing New Inn Yard), MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Possibly the last remaining C15, timber framed granary or warehouse in Wisbech. Originally jettied on two elevations. Two storeys, possibly six timber framed bays with roof intact. Timber frame exposed at first floor with moulded jetty rail and covered or replaced by weatherboarding to right hand. Roof covered with pantiles and asbestos sheets. Ground floor, rendered brick with three pairs of inserted garage doors.

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31-Oct-1983 10/00009/II   6/95 G2STAR   WISBECH 1995
Address:  Rose And Crown Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DG
Easting:  546143 Northing:  309706 UPRN:  100091512918
Description:   
Detailed Description:  Early 17thC coaching inn

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31-Oct-1983 10/00014/IISTAR   5/248 IISTAR   WISBECH 1995
Address:  South Brink Hall South Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JQ
Easting:  545844 Northing:  309551 UPRN:  100091195864
Description:  Mid 18thC house with 1897 school to right
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31-Oct-1983 11/00002/II   6/68, 8/68 II   WISBECH 1995
Address:  Boundary Wall North Of The Vicarage Love Lane Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546235 Northing:  309509 UPRN:  010014154130
Description:  Late 18th or Early 19thC Boundary wall to vicarage and Sunday School
Detailed Description:  

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31-Oct-1983 11/00003/II   6/68, 8/68 II   WISBECH 1995
Address:  Boundary Wall North Of The Vicarage Love Lane Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546235 Northing:  309509 UPRN:  010014154130
Description:  Boundary wall to the Vicarage and Sunday School
Detailed Description:  17th and 18thC red brick wall, contemporary with 17thC castle and marking Love Lane as outer perimeter of the moate mediaeval castle.

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31-Oct-1983 11/00005/II   6/68; 8/68 II   WISBECH 1995
Address:  Boundary Wall North Of The Vicarage Love Lane Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546230 Northing:  309508 UPRN:  010014154130
Description:   
Detailed Description:  17th and 18thC red brick wall, contemporary with 17thc castle and marking in Love Lane, the outer perimeter of the moated medieval castle site.

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31-Oct-1983 11/00007/II   6/68; 8/68 II   WISBECH 1995
Address:  Boundary Wall North Of The Vicarage Love Lane Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546235 Northing:  309509 UPRN:  010014154130
Description:   
Detailed Description:  17th and 18thC red brick wall following the moat of the medieval castle

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31-Oct-1983 11/00009/II   6/68; 8/68 II   WISBECH 1995
Address:  Boundary Wall North Of The Vicarage Love Lane Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546235 Northing:  309509 UPRN:  010014154130
Description:   
Detailed Description:  17th and 18thC red brick wall taking the line of the medieval castle moat

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  01/2011   7/196 G2   WISBECH 1995
Address:  72 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  545558 Northing:  309236 UPRN:  200002987613
Description:   
Detailed Description:  

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  10/00006/II     NA   WISBECH 1995
Address:  24 High Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DE
Easting:  546114 Northing:  309648 UPRN:  200002400425
Description:   
Detailed Description:  

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  10/00013/IISTAR   5/248 IISTAR   WISBECH 1995
Address:  15 South Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1JL
Easting:  545846 Northing:  309553 UPRN:  100091610371
Description:  Mid 18thC with 1897 school to right
Detailed Description:  

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  10/00016/II     NA   WISBECH 1995
Address:  Bewise Limited 25 High Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DE
Easting:  546108 Northing:  309662 UPRN:  100091512982
Description:   
Detailed Description:  

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  11/00004/II     II   WISBECH 1995
Address:  Boundary Wall North Of The Vicarage Love Lane Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546235 Northing:  309509 UPRN:  010014154130
Description:   
Detailed Description:  

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  11/00006/II     II   WISBECH 1995
Address:  Boundary Wall North Of The Vicarage Love Lane Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546235 Northing:  309509 UPRN:  010014154130
Description:   
Detailed Description:  17th and 18th C wall following the moat of the medieval castle.

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  11/00010/II     II   WISBECH 1995
Address:  Boundary Wall North Of The Vicarage Love Lane Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546235 Northing:  309509 UPRN:  010014154130
Description:   
Detailed Description:  

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  11/00011/I     G1   WISBECH 1995
Address:  St Peter And St Pauls Church Church Terrace Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546289 Northing:  309567 UPRN:  200002761288
Description:   
Detailed Description:  

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  11/00012/I     I   WISBECH 1995
Address:  St Peter And St Pauls Church Church Terrace Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546289 Northing:  309567 UPRN:  200002761288
Description:   
Detailed Description:  

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  11/00014/II   7/195 II   WISBECH 1995
Address:  Brewery House 71 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1LN
Easting:  545575 Northing:  309258 UPRN:  200002989309
Description:   
Detailed Description:  

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  11/00015/II   7/196 II   WISBECH 1995
Address:  72 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  545569 Northing:  309231 UPRN:  200002987613
Description:   
Detailed Description:  

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  11/00016/II   7/274 II   WISBECH 1995
Address:  69 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1LN
Easting:  545569 Northing:  309282 UPRN:  200002980601
Description:  Late 18thC house (now part of Elgoods)
Detailed Description:  

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  12/00002/II     II   WISBECH 1995
Address:  Elgoods Brewery 72 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1LW
Easting:  545556 Northing:  309215 UPRN:  200002987613
Description:   
Detailed Description:  

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  12/00003/II     II   WISBECH 1995
Address:  Brewery House 71 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1LN
Easting:  545568 Northing:  309221 UPRN:  200002989309
Description:   
Detailed Description:  

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  12/00005/II     II   WISBECH 1995
Address:  Brewery House 71 North Brink Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1LN
Easting:  545575 Northing:  309257 UPRN:  200002989309
Description:   
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11-Aug-1950 07/00596/II 000287 19/95 II gv  
Address:  7 Horsegate Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire PE7 1JD
Easting:  526590 Northing:  297108 UPRN:  100090074718
Description:  No 7 (Horsegate House), HORSEGATE
Detailed Description:  House. Early C18 with C19 kitchen wing at rear. Narrow Gault brick, painted, English bond, on stone rubblebase. Some stone in rear walls. Steeply pitched roof, now covered with cement tiles and partly rebuilt symmetrical flush end stacks. Tumbled end parapets on kneelers. The wooden modillion eaves corniceis original. Front and rear ranges now forming a T-plan. Two storeys and attics. Two C19 gable dormers. Two storeys framed by pilasters, the heads forming the kneelers of the end parapet, and divided by plain three brick band. Window openings probably enlarged early C19. Two tripartite hung sashes on either side of one twelve pane hung sash. Two steps up to central doorway with early C19 Doric portico of stone, painted. Inside. Early C19 open string staircase.

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11-Aug-1950 07/00602/IISTAR 000293 21/100 G2STAR n/a  
Address:  47 London Street Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire PE7 1BY
Easting:  526733 Northing:  296919 UPRN:  100090075059
Description:  No 47 (Wilderness House), LONDON STREET
Detailed Description:  House. Early C18, early C19 and 1883.Local brick, mostly Flemish bond, with limestone dressings. Steeply pitched roof covered with slates and having end parapets with stonecoping and a wood modillion eaves cornice. Original, symmetrical, flush end stacks of stone with string cornices and entablature. Plan of main range with early C19 service wing at rear forming an L-Plan. Two storeys and attics. Three original gable dormers. Symmetrical elevation of two storeys framed by rusticated quoins of stone and divided by plain band. Raised stone surrounds and key blocks to fiveC19 hung sashes. Four similar windows at ground floor and central doorway with similar doorcase and original semi circular plain coved hood on scroll brackets. Door of six raised and fielded panels with rectangular fanlight. Left hand gable end has three narrow, blocked window openings. House extended at rear and service wing rebuilt early C19. Brick, English bond with slate roof. Two storeys with round headed arches to four windows to St Andrews Place elevation. Flush frame hung sashes in open boxing to courtyard elevation. The rear extension has a lean-to slate roof. Two storeys with pointed arches to two hung sashes. In 1883 a further remodelling took place when a dining room was added by William Abraham Ellis Stafforth (datestone with initials ). Brick and slate. Two storeys. Inside: Original plan of narrower hall and stairbay flanked by parlour and dining room. Opposing front and rear entries. Fine early C18staircase of four flights and two landings, open string with two symmetrical balusters to each tread, swept and moulded rail, fluted newels and scroll tread ends. Raised and fielded panelling to staircase dado, except for plain sunk panelling to upper flights. One ground floor room is lined with raised and fielded panelling in two heights and another room at first floor is also panelled and has a bolection moulded fireplace surround. The early C19 extension has similar balusters and rails. The roof is of staggered butt purlin construction.

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11-Aug-1950 07/00608/II 000298 20/105 II gv  
Address:  5 Market Place Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire PE7 1AB
Easting:  527078 Northing:  297047 UPRN:  200002990737
Description:  No 5, MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  House and offices. Mid C19. Grey Gault brick, Flemish bond with stone details. Roof obscured by parapet with stone coping and moulded main cornice. Three storeys. Main elevation and doorway to Market Place. Range of three recessed, nine pane hung sashes to attic storey above a plain brick band. Similar, larger windows of twelve panes to first floor. Ground floor has channelled rustication and moulded band of stucco. Three steps up to doorway in porch with rusticated piers. Doorway in round headed arch with fanlight with glazing bars. Original canted bay to left hand of doorway and recessed hung sash to right hand. Corner with blind round headed recess and raised surround above doorway.

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11-Aug-1950 07/00609/II 000299 20/106 II gv  
Address:  6 Market Place Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire PE7 1AB
Easting:  527077 Northing:  297035 UPRN:  200002988093
Description:  Nos 6 and 7, MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  House and shop formerly Bank. Mid C19.Yellow Gault brick Flemish bond front wall with mingled brick to side walls. Low pitch roof now covered with cement tiles. Upper courses removed from end stacks. Three storeys. Smaller attic storey with three recessed nine pane hung sashes, the centre one with raised surround and round headed arch with arched top panes. First floor has three similar twelve pane hung sashes, the centre one also with raised surround and arched top panes to casements. Mid C20 double fronted shop.

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11-Aug-1950 07/00611/II 000300 20/107 II n/a  
Address:  8 Market Place Whittlesey Cambridgeshire PE7 1AB
Easting:  527081 Northing:  297020 UPRN:  200002985305
Description:  No 8, MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  House. Mid C17, c1840 and c1900.Rubblestone, end walls rendered, with some dressed stone. Steeply pitched Collyweston stone slate roof with end parapets on kneelers of moulded stone. Wood eaves cornice. End stacks of dressed stone, square, with entablature, late C17. Two storeys and attic. Three gabled dormers, each with possibly original leaded light casements. Ovolo moulded mullions and surrounds to three, three light casements and one single light window. The ground floor windows have renewed stone surrounds. Doorway with early C19 pedimented doorcase of reeded engaged columns with plain entablature. Six panelled door of two flush and four raised and fielded panels. Fanlight with glazing bars. C19 cast iron railings to front. Single storey rear rangec1840. Brick with cement tiled roof and some original casements in pointed arches. In c1900 a wing parallel to the mid C17 front range was added. Stone with mainly slate roof except for gable end with Collyweston stone slates. Inside: The original dining room and parlour are both panelled. The parlour was remodelled in c1900 when the hearth was removed and a window to the street was blocked. The panelling in two heights with the panels divided by fluted pilasters is still intact. A first floor room is also panelled and has an original bolection moulded fireplace surround.

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11-Aug-1950 07/00614/II   20/110 22/110 II    
Address:  12 Market Place Whittlesey Cambridgeshire PE7 1AB
Easting:  527008 Northing:  297007 UPRN:  200002988095
Description:   
Detailed Description:  

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11-Aug-1950 07/00617/II 000304 20/112 II gv  
Address:  14 Market Place Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire PE7 1AB
Easting:  527005 Northing:  297034 UPRN:  200002988097
Description:  No 14, MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  House, now House and Shops. Probably earlyC17. Timber framed, plaster rendered with hipped, reed thatch roof, coved eaves and Gault brick ridge stack. Two storeys, originally jettied to Market Street end. Three flush frame hung sashes of twelve panes each at first floor. Three C20 shop fronts, but the elevation to Market Street has a small canted bay, C19, now blocked, at ground floor. Inside: c1730 panelling to two walls of centre room and some reset panelling in room above. The framing is not exposed and there is no internal access to the roof.

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11-Aug-1950 07/00619/II   20/112 II    
Address:  1 Market Street Whittlesey Cambridgeshire PE7 1BA
Easting:  527006 Northing:  297043 UPRN:  100091535331
Description:   
Detailed Description:  

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11-Aug-1950 07/00624/II   19/118 20/118 II    
Address:  National Westminster Bank 2 Market Street Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire PE7 1BD
Easting:  526998 Northing:  297071 UPRN:  100091535244
Description:   
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11-Aug-1950 07/00626/II 000312 19/120 II gv  
Address:  Black Bull Public House 20 Market Street Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire PE7 1BD
Easting:  526933 Northing:  297066 UPRN:  100091535339
Description:  Black Bull PH, MARKET STREET
Detailed Description:  Public House. Mid-late C17. Rubblestone with dressed stone to window openings and details, on stone plinth. Steeply pitched roof, now covered in concrete tiles with original coved eaves of plaster with roll moulding to lower edge. Original end stack of stone ashlar with recessed panels to sides, with entablature, on a square base with splayed upper edge. Right hand end stack, brick, C19. Two storeys and attic. Three gable dormers,C20. Moulded stone band between storeys. Four casements with original stone surrounds and ovolo mullions and a single light window with similar moulding at first floor. The three window openings at ground floor are C19 enlargements of the original but the window to the left hand appears to have the remains of the original surround. Original pedimented doorway at left end (Pevsnerp483) now removed. In the rear wall, first floor, one similar, original, blocked, window. The rest of the wall is obscured by additions. Inside the ground floor rooms have been much altered but retain stop chamfered main beams. Access to the first floor was unobtainable.

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13-Mar-1951 07/00501/II 000195 8/3 II n/a  
Address:  Wayside Cross The Avenue March Cambridgeshire
Easting:  541527 Northing:  295797 UPRN:  010034161807
Description:  Wayside Cross, THE AVENUE
Detailed Description:  Wayside Cross. Medieval, restored c1980.Barnack limestone. Part of shaft and base survive on original plinth of three steps with moulded upper edges. Each side of base is carved with a shield of Arms. Two shields are blank, two show pairs of roses. Pevsner suggests the cross is C14 in date.

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13-Mar-1951 07/00507/I 000201 8/9 I gv  
Address:  St Wendredas Church Church Street March Cambridgeshire PE15 9PY
Easting:  541510 Northing:  295213 UPRN:  010034158815
Description:  Church of St Wendreda, CHURCH STREET
Detailed Description:  Parish Church, mainly mid C14, c1400, lateC15 and c1528. Restored 1874. Rubblestone with Barnack limestone dressings and flint and brick to late C15 clerestorey. Roof of nave leaded with tiles to rebuilt roof of chancel. Plan of West tower, nave, North and South aisles. South porch, and chancel. Four stage West tower and spire, 1350-1400, embattled with five stage buttressing. The ground stage spans a right of way or processional route with two loop window openings to the nave. Reticulated tracery to fenestration including fine west window, and bell chamber openings. Projecting newel stair turret in South East angle. Gable end of C14 nave roof visible in East wall of Tower. Nave, C14 with clerestorey and roof of late C15. Rubblestone, Barnack dressings, flint and brick. Embattled with gable end parapet surmounted by bellcote. Clerestorey of flint and stone flushwork. Each side with nine windows, each of two cinquefoil lights with vertical tracery in four centred arches with red brick and flint voussoirs. South aisle rebuilt in late C15, rubblestone and Barnack, embattled and on splayed plinth with band of quatrefoils. Main cornice with beast gargoyles. Two stage buttressing between bays, each having a window of three cinquefoil lights with vertical tracery. The South porch is similar to the South aisle and is dated 1528 (on beam in roof ).Paired grotesques to main cornice. Ogee outer arch with ogee and hollow moulding and engaged shafts to responds. Inner arch of two continuous moulded order in two centred arch. Original roof with hollow chamfered main beam. Chancel rebuilt 1874 by W Smith. In C14style with reticulated tracery. Interior. South arcade late C13.Two centred arches to five bays, each with two chamfered orders on octagonal columns. The fifth bay is narrower. The North arcade although similar is later with four and a half bays. The westernmost bay has been incorporated in the tower. Two centred arches of three chamfered orders on octagonal columns and bases. The angel roof of the nave is particularly fine. It is of double hammerbeam construction with a tier of winged angels to the soffits of the jackposts as well as the hammerbeams. The North and South aisles are of similar late C15 date with blind arcading to the North and Southwalls. The font is C12, recut. There are brasses to Andrew Dredeman(d 1501) and his wife in the nave floor and to Anthony Hansard(d 1507) and his wife, in the South aisle.

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25-Oct-1951 07/00475/II 000894 2/10 II n/a  
Address:  Doddington Windmill High Street Doddington March Cambridgeshire
Easting:  540035 Northing:  290931 UPRN:  010034161984
Description:  Doddington Windmill, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Tower mill. Mid C19. Gault brick tarred.Four storeys with boarded door to entrance facing east. Windows ateach floor with replacement fixed lights. Temporary tarpaulincovering. (Ogee domed cap blown off in a gale recently, four sailsremoved after 1940 when last in use ) . Interior floors and stairsintact, with three mill stones and stone nut.

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25-Oct-1951 07/00485/II 000209 5/1 II n/a  
Address:  Fortrey Hall Engine Bank Mepal Ely Cambridgeshire CB6 2AX
Easting:  544433 Northing:  282637 UPRN:  010002209949
Description:  Fortreys Hall, MEPAL FEN,
Detailed Description:  Farmhouse, late C17 with C19 alterations and additions. Timber framed and rendered, with plain tile roofs. C17red brick chimney stack to right hand, left hand stack and ridgestack rebuilt . C19 brick repairs and replacement foundations. Two storeys, original three unit plan with single storey gable end kitchen range to north east. Stair turret to rear reduced in height in C19 when rear lean-to was added to the north west. Four ground floor casement windows, two C19 doors approached by steps, four first floor casement windows. Interior has stop chamfered ceiling beams. Resited late C17 bolection moulded chimney piece. Cooking hearth with mantel beam and baking hearth in the kitchen. First floor rooms with C19 partitions and pine panelling and C19 staircase. Fortreys Hall was built by Samuel Fortrey (d 1719), possibly as an addition to an earlier building erected by his father Samuel Fortrey during the draining of the Bedford Levels. A plaque in Mepal parish church erected by his wife reads, He was the third son of Samuel Fortrey who upon undertaking the draining of the Bedford Level erected a commodious habitation in Byal Fen which when coming into the sons possession was by him enlarged with several considerable apartments and with gardens and other improvements so as to make (the place in such a situation) the admiration of the time. He was page of honour to Mary of Modena and groom of the bedchamber to King James. He died on 18th August 1719.

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25-Oct-1951 07/00486/II 000919 7/13 II n/a  
Address:  Parish Church Of St Nicholas High Street Manea March Cambridgeshire PE15 0JD
Easting:  547728 Northing:  289265 UPRN:  010034158851
Description:  Parish Church of St Nicholas, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Parish Church, 1875, by James Ruddle of Peterborough.Coursed limestone rubble and limestone dressings. Slate roofs.Thirteenth century style. Nave and transept with main entrance innorth aisle. Three foiled round clerestorey windows, two, twolight aisle windows in two centred arches and transept window ofthree cinquefoil lights. Main entrance with moulded two centredarch. Interior walls brick faced. Neogothic decoration to arcade ofthree bays and chancel and crossing arches. Nave roof of nine baysbraced collar beam construction; chancel roof arch braced withcorbels of carved stone angels supporting wall posts. Memorial glassby Mayer and Co, London, 1892. Church rebuilt on old site.

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25-Oct-1951 07/00487/II 000920 2/14 II n/a  
Address:  Addison House 16 Addison Road Wimblington March Cambridgeshire PE15 0QT
Easting:  541371 Northing:  292219 UPRN:  100090063656
Description:  Addison House, ADDISON ROAD
Detailed Description:  House, c1830. Local gault brick; slateroofs. Two storeys with cellars. L-plan with flanking shaped gardenwalls to symmetrical three bay facade. Main entrance with sixpanelled door; wooden doorcase with broken pediment and flutedpilasters, panelled reveals and reeded round arch over fanlight. Twosixteen paned recessed hung sash windows in cambered brick arches andthree similar first floor windows; three nine paned second floorwindows. Plain parapet and gable parapets with stone coping. Endchimney stacks. Interior details include original staircase andpanelled doors.

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25-Oct-1951 07/00490/IISTAR 000922 2/16 G2STAR n/a  
Address:  North House 2 Church Street Wimblington March Cambridgeshire PE15 0QS
Easting:  541534 Northing:  292144 UPRN:  100090065066
Description:  No 2, (North House), CHURCH STREET
Detailed Description:  House. Late C17 or early C18. Local redbrick, plain tile roofs. Two storeys, L-plan with symmetrical facadeof five bays. Parapet gables with end stacks, plinth and band atfirst floor, English bond brick coursing. Half glazed C19 door tomain entrance; four ground floor and five first floor recessedtwelve paned hung sash windows in segmental brick arches. Interiorhas a fine closed string oak staircase with barley twist balustersand shaped finials to all newels, stop chamfered and moulded ceilingbeams and corner hearth to left hand rooms, large cooking hearth torear kitchen.

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25-Oct-1951 07/00491/II 000923 2/17 II n/a  
Address:  St Peters Church Church Street Wimblington March Cambridgeshire
Easting:  541606 Northing:  292074 UPRN:  010012122610
Description:  Parish Church of St Peter, CHURCH STREET
Detailed Description:  Parish Church, 1874. By Thomas Henry Wyatt(b 1807, d 1880 ). Coursed limestone rubble with ironstone bands andlimestone dressings. Plain tile roof and spire. Cruciform planwithout aisles, crossing tower of three stages with clock surmountedby gabled pediment on west face of spire with tile hung covering.Polygonal apse. Gabled south porch with two centred arch, shaftedjambs, and stiff leaf foliage to capitals. Three, two light navewindows in two centred arches with septfoils. Rose window withquatrefoils to tower and pair of two trefoiled light belfry windows.Interior: Double crossing arches springing from stiff leaf corbels,north and south arches of two bays with paired piers each with stiffleaf capitals and common abaci. Wimblington became a separate parishfrom Doddington in 1868.

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25-Oct-1951 07/00500/II 000193 12/1 II    
Address:  Former Site Of Church Of St Mary High Street Benwick March Cambridgeshire
Easting:  534094 Northing:  290610 UPRN:  010034161988
Description:  Church of St Mary, HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  Parish Church. 1850. By SS Teulon. Carstone slate walls with limestone dressings. Banded tiles to steeply pitched roofs with crested ridge tiles and end parapets. Nave, north aisle and chancel. The North West tower and spire were demolished mid C20. Reticulated tracery to fenestration and continuous wave mouldings to doorway openings. DELISTED

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23-Jun-1952 07/00639/II   21/127 22/127 II    
Address:  Manor House 6 Manor View Whittlesey Peterborough Cambridgeshire PE7 1TF
Easting:  527010 Northing:  296925 UPRN:  200002985567
Description:   
Detailed Description:  House, mainly late 17thC but with part range 15thC. Rubblestone with dressed limestone to openings. Some timber framing, rednered to Late 17thC addition. Collyweston stone slate roofs, and cement tiles. Gabled roof with hollow moulding to end parapets, and hipped roofs to Late 17thC parts. South range has ridge stack, 15thC, with upper courses rebuilt in brick 18-19thC and North range has a late 17thC ridge stack of dressed stone with entablature. Projecting side stacks to both North and South ranges at the rear. Original plan of 15thC house is not known but the surviving part is incorporated in a single range, with late 17thC extension to East and another larger addition to the North. The present house forms an L-plan with the principal entry in the North range. South range is of two storeys. One original 15thC window of two trefoil lights in ogee arches with square head and four 17thC windows of four lights each with ovolu mullions and surround. Two, two-stage buttress, one with reset mediaeval moulded stonework. Dressed stone to quoins of buttresses. On the North side one 15thC window opening has been remodelled externally. In late 17thC a bay was added to this range to the East. Similar materials except for one wall with some framing rendered. Hipped stone slate roof. Two storeys with a similar four light window with ovolu mullions. House remodelled late 17thC when North range added. Two storeys and attic. Three gabled dormers with original leaded light casements. Plain dressed stone band above four original window openings now with 20thC windows. Band between storeys. Three windows, 20thC casements on either side of doorwaywith canopy and 20thC door. Service door to right hand is original. INSIDE: at 1st floor, one four light ovolu mullion window now obscured by later 17thC addition. In the 15thC part, the rear arches of the windows are segmental and chamfered and have deep splays. there is a late 17thC staircase, possibly reset, in the North range with pear shaped balusters.

Pevsner: Buildings of England, p.483.

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23-Jun-1952 07/00651/IISTAR 000723 11/9 G2STAR n/a  
Address:  Elm House Main Road Elm Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE14 0AB
Easting:  547114 Northing:  307013 UPRN:  100091514852
Description:  Elm House, MAIN ROAD
Detailed Description:  House, c1630, with late C18 facade. Redbrick, English bond with paler bricks, Flemish bond, to front wall.Parapetted roof of Collyweston slates to front range and Welsh slatesto roof of rear range. Tumbled gable end parapets and projecting endstacks, one to the north corbelled out. Rear range has a ridge andend stack. T-plan. Front range of two storeys and attics. Threedormers. The parapet has recessed panels and stone coping and thefacade is framed by pilaster strips and bands above first floor andbetween the storeys. The centre bay projects slightly. Stone sillsand gauged, red brick arches to range of five recessed hung sasheseach of twelve panes. Three stone steps, segmental in plan lead upto central doorway with flat hood on moulded wood brackets. Sixpanelled door with rectangular fanlight. The c1630 part of the frontrange has rubbed brick band between the storeys. The rear range wasoriginally of two storeys but an attic storey was added when the roofwas raised in the late C18. Band at former eaves height and betweenstoreys. At first floor, three former window openings, now blocked,with rusticated brick surrounds. Segmental arches to two late C18flush frame hung sashes in open boxing. Doorway, opposite the stackforming a lobby entry. In north wall of rear range at ground floorone three light casement with ovolo mullions, probably reused.Interior. Late C18 main staircase of six flights and two landings,open string withthree turned balusters to each tread, moulded and raked rail withcurtail and scroll tread ends. Panelled dado to staircase. Oneground floor room panelled in two heights with moulded dado andmodillion cornice. Shouldered fireplace surround with carvedpulvinated frieze, dentils to mantel cornice and a frieze ofVitruvian scroll ornament. Shouldered and ramped overmantel withdrops of fruit and foliage. Doorways have shouldered architraves.Fragments of 1630 panelling, reset, are visible in cupboards betweenfront range and kitchen.

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23-Jun-1952 07/00675/II 000732 15/17 II n/a  
Address:  Waldersea House 172 March Road Friday Bridge Cambridgeshire PE14 0LP
Easting:  545342 Northing:  304147 UPRN:  200002981683
Description:  Waldersea House, MARCH ROAD, FRIDAY BRIDGE,
Detailed Description:  House, early C19. Gault brick with steeplypitched roof of slates with crested ridge tiles and eaves cornicewith band of dentil ornament. Two storeys with stone band between.Range of five recessed later hung sashes in original openings.Central, pedimented doorway with doorcase of pilasters withentablature. Round headed arch to doorway. Panelled door with roundheaded fanlight with radial glazing bars.

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23-Jun-1952 07/00680/II 000793 6/22 II n/a  
Address:  Thatched Cottage Church Road Leverington Cambridgeshire PE13 5DE
Easting:  544561 Northing:  310961 UPRN:  100091193614
Description:  Thatched Cottage and Reed Cottage, CHURCH ROAD
Detailed Description:  House of hall and cross wing plan probablyearly C17 with later C17 cross wing added to the north. Red brick,mainly English bond with moulded brick to upper edge of thickenedground floor wall. Thatched roof with tumbled gable end parapetsand ridge stack at junction of hall and cross wing. Two storeys.Band to front gable end of cross wing carried over window opening asdripmould. First floor of hall and south cross wing has threemodern windows, one with cut bricks to splayed reveals, and onesmall three light casement, now blocked, with ovolo mullions. Threemodern windows at ground floor and doorway to a lobby entry. C19boarded door. Main beams of hall are moulded but without stops andare possibly reused. C17 joists laid on edge. South cross wing hasoriginal joists of large scantling, laid flat. Inglenook to thehall with herringbone pattern brickwork and pointed arches to breadoven and spice and salt cupboards. North cross wing also redbrick. Thatched roof with tumbled gable end parapets and an endstack. Band between two storeys and at eaves height. Five windowsand two doorways, all C20.

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23-Jun-1952 07/00681/II   6/22 II thatched cottage and reed cottage  
Address:  Reed Cottage Church Road Leverington Cambridgeshire PE13 5DE
Easting:  544557 Northing:  310953 UPRN:  100091193610
Description:   
Detailed Description:  House of hall and cross wing plan probablyearly C17 with later C17 cross wing added to the north. Red brick,mainly English bond with moulded brick to upper edge of thickenedground floor wall. Thatched roof with tumbled gable end parapetsand ridge stack at junction of hall and cross wing. Two storeys.Band to front gable end of cross wing carried over window opening asdripmould. First floor of hall and south cross wing has threemodern windows, one with cut bricks to splayed reveals, and onesmall three light casement, now blocked, with ovolo mullions. Threemodern windows at ground floor and doorway to a lobby entry. C19boarded door. Main beams of hall are moulded but without stops andare possibly reused. C17 joists laid on edge. South cross wing hasoriginal joists of large scantling, laid flat. Inglenook to thehall with herringbone pattern brickwork and pointed arches to breadoven and spice and salt cupboards. North cross wing also redbrick. Thatched roof with tumbled gable end parapets and an endstack. Band between two storeys and at eaves height. Five windowsand two doorways, all C20.

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23-Jun-1952 07/00682/II 000729 11/21 II gv  
Address:  Redmoor Farm House 73 Main Road Friday Bridge Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE14 0HL
Easting:  546672 Northing:  305210 UPRN:  200002990023
Description:  Redmoor Farmhouse, MAIN ROAD, FRIDAY BRIDGE,
Detailed Description:  House, c1840. Gault brick. Hipped roof ofslate with boarded eaves and paired brackets. End stacks. Twostoreys with band between storeys. Red brick arches to threerecessed hung sashes with glazing bars. At ground floor, doublerecessed round headed arches to two hung sashes with glazing bars.Similar arch to doorway. Panelled double doors with fanlight.

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23-Jun-1952 07/00692/IISTAR   23.06.1952 G2STAR 160 and 162  
Address:  1 Park House 160 Gorefield Road Leverington Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 5BE
Easting:  543560 Northing:  311995 UPRN:  100091514450
Description:   
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23-Jun-1952 07/00693/IISTAR 000800 6/30 G2STAR gv  
Address:  2 Park House 162 Gorefield Road Leverington Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 5BE
Easting:  543560 Northing:  311995 UPRN:  100091514456
Description:  Park House, GOREFIELD ROAD
Detailed Description:  House, c1720 with possibly slightly earlierrange at rear. Red brick on plinth with parapetted roof, leaded,with end stacks. Plan of main range with rear wing forming a T-plan.Two storeys with band at eaves height and between storeys. Sills andsegmental arches of finely jointed gauged brick to five flush framehung sashes with glazing bars in open boxing. Four similar windowsat ground floor on either side of central doorway. Flat hood onscroll brackets. Door of six panels with rectangular fanlight. Rearrange probably earlier. Also of red brick but English bond and onlower plinth. Gabled roof with tiles and rebuilt stack. Bandbetween two storeys. One later gabled dormer. Two windows anddoorway in original openings. Contemporary shaped red brick wallsadjoining and flanking front range terminating in piers with ballfinials of stone. Interior. One ground floor room and one bedroomare lined with raised and fielded panelling. The ceiling of theground floor room has one square, plaster panel, set diagonally, offruit and foliage. The hall and stairbay has a plaster frieze, alsoearly C18, of garlands and fruit and flowers, and a contemporary openstring staircase of two flights and a landing with turned balustersand square newels. In the rear range the floor joists are exposed.The house is associated with Oliver Goldsmith who is reputed to havewritten, She stoops to Conquer, here.

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23-Jun-1952 07/00711/IISTAR 000686 6/47 G2STAR n/a  
Address:  Parish Church Of St James Church Lane Newton Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 5HF
Easting:  544034 Northing:  314811 UPRN:  010034158842
Description:  Church of Saint James, CHURCH LANE
Detailed Description:  Parish church with C13 nave arcade, butmainly C14 with C15 and C19 alterations. Rubblestone with brickrepairs and plaster rendered. C14 west tower, embattled and ofthree stages on splayed plinth. Four stage angle buttressing withnewel staircase in south west corner. Moulded main cornice with twobeast gargoyles to each side. West doorway, two centred arch,hollow and roll moulded with a moulded label and mask stops. Westwindow, restored, of three cinquefoil lights with decorated traceryto head in two centred arch. Each side of bell stage has twocinquefoil openings with quatrefoil to head in two centred arch.The gable end of the C14 roof is visible in the east wall of thetower. Nave. Low pitch roof, leaded with clerestorey of fivewindows, each of two cinquefoil lights in square heads with labeland return stops. South aisle with three windows of two cinquefoillights with foiled heads in four centred arches. South porch has anouter archway of two hollow and roll moulded orders, each carried onan attached shaft with moulded capital and base. Chancel, C15.North and south walls each have two windows of three cinquefoillights with vertical tracery in four centred head. East windowrestored. C15 and of four cinquefoil lights with vertical traceryin four centred head. Interior. North and south arcades, C13 andof five bays. Two centred arches of two chamfered orders on roundcolumns with moulded octagonal capitals and moulded bases. Chancelarch, C14 and of two chamfered orders, the inner on attached shaftsforming responds. North of chancel arch is C15 doorway to C19 roodloft above the screen. The roof was boarded and painted in C19 andhas Minton tiles to floor and stained glass to windows.

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23-Jun-1952 07/00714/II 000688 6/49 II n/a  
Address:  Manor House Fitton End Road Newton Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 5EL
Easting:  542833 Northing:  312742 UPRN:  200001660858
Description:  The Manor House, FITTON END ROAD
Detailed Description:  House, mid C18. Red brick with steeplypitched roof now with cement tiles. End stacks. T-plan. Twostoreys and attics. Two dormers. Sills and segmental arches to twoC19 flush frame hung sashes on either side of similar, smallerwindow. Central doorway. Door of six raised and fielded panels witha rectangular fanlight.

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23-Jun-1952 07/00720/IISTAR 000862 9/56 G2STAR gv  
Address:  St John The Baptist Church Main Road Church End Parson Drove Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 4LF
Easting:  539029 Northing:  309086 UPRN:  010009296561
Description:  Church of St John the Baptist, CHURCH END
Detailed Description:  Parish church, originally a chapelry ofLeverington parish, almost entirely late C15 or early C16 but with aC14 north aisle and C19 alterations, particularly to south aisle.There is a C13 outer archway to the small north porch, probablysurviving from the original church or chapel on the site. In 1613the chancel was destroyed in a storm. The church is noteworthy forthe vaulting to the interior of the west tower. Late C15 or earlyC16 embattled west tower of Barnack ashlar and rubblestone. Of fourstages on splayed plinth with angle buttressing and newel staircasein north east corner. Moulded main cornice with two gargoyles toeach side. West doorway in two centred arch and of two mouldedorders with a label carried on small attached shafts with mouldedcapitals and bases. West window of three trefoil lights in foiledhead with two centred arch with label and return stops. Similarwindows to north and south walls, now blocked. Two cinquefoilopenings to bell stage with tracery similar to that of west window.Late C12 reused stone carved with figure of man in splay of plinth insouth wall of tower. Nave of rubblestone, repaired with red brick.Roof of slate. Each side of clerestorey has six windows each of threlights with vertical tracery in square heads. South aisle, also C15,but much rebuilt and refenestrated in C19, except for east wall whichis of rubblestone with a window of three cinquefoil lights. Southporch late C15 or early C16 with diagonalbuttressing and parapetted gable. Similar inner and outer archwayswith hollow and wave mouldings. The responds have attached shaftswith half octagonal capitals. Moulded labels on small attachedshafts similar to those of west doorway to tower. The chancelarchway is now blocked. Two centred arch with remains of roodstaircase to the north. C14 north aisle of rubblestone on splayedplinth. Two centred arches, splayed sills and hollow moulded revealsto five C14 windows of two cinquefoil lights in ogee heads. The eastwindow is of three lights. Small north porch with C13 outer archwayof two chamfered orders in two centred head with label and maskstops. Inner arch C14. Interior. Fine west tower interior.Vaulting with tiercerons and carved bosses at intersections withcentral, round opening for bell ropes. Tower arch two centred and oftwo continuous moulded orders. The responds and soffit of the archare divided into panels each of two bays with foiled heads. Fourcentred arch to doorway to newel staircase. Nave. North and southarcades of seven bays, with the bays to the west partly blocked.Depressed, almost round arches of three moulded orders on columnscomposed of four grouped half octagonal shafts divided by subsidiaryshafts. Moulded half octagonal capitals and bases to each. Theroofs of the nave and north and south aisles retain the originalcorbels. Font, late C15. Octagonal bowl, stem and base. Each facecarved with ornament. Pulpit, dated 1677 with C20 steps and base.

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23-Jun-1952 07/00735/IISTAR 000879 3/71 G2STAR gv  
Address:  St Giles Church Church Lane Tydd St Giles Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 5LA
Easting:  542704 Northing:  316473 UPRN:  010009296621
Description:  Church of St Giles, CHURCH LANE
Detailed Description:  Parish church. Late C12 nave with C14 northand south aisles. The chancel was destroyed in C18 and the churchwas extensively restored by Gilbert Scott in the 1860s. The churchis noteworthy for its nave arcade and west front. Barnack stone withrubblestone and some brick. C14 west doorway. Ogee arch withrunning foliate ornament and foliated terminal. Above are three C14niches with trefoil heads and ogee arches divided by small piers, setdiagonally, with pointed finials. Two buttresses, each of threestages, and each with a similar niche to the second stage. Westwindow of five trefoil lights with foiled and intersecting tracery inhead. Two centred arch. Nave has original late C12 clerestorey, nowblocked, of four windows. Two centred arches of one chamfered order.Above is the C15 or C16 clerestorey of six windows, each of twocinquefoil lights in a square head. Beast gargoyles to C15 or C16cornice above clerestorey. Roof raised C19. South aisle, three C14windows of three trefoil lights with decorated tracery in fourcentred arches, and two late C14 or C15 windows, also of threetrefoil lights but with vertical tracery. South doorway. Twocentred arch with roll and hollow mouldings. North aisle, mainlyC14. Five windows of three trefoil lights with decorated tracery infour centred arches. North porch. Late C13 or early C14. Twocentred outer arch of one moulded and one chamfered order, with halfoctagonal responds with moulded capitals and bases. Interior. Northand south arcades, late C12 and of six bays. Round headed arches oftwo chamfered orders on round columns with scalloped or foliatecapitals on hold water bases. Chancel arch C14, two centred and ofhollow and roll moulding, the responds have half round attachedcolumns with foliate capitals and moulded bases and are flanked bytwo similar smaller attached shafts or columns. Piscina, C14, insouth wall of south chapel. Trefoil head in ogee arch. Font, C15,hexagonal bowl and stem on double stepped base. Bowl carved withheraldic devices. Inscription. One of the columns in the navearcade is carved with a C14 inscription.

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23-Jun-1952 07/00741/II 000885 3/76 II n/a  
Address:  Tydd Manor Kirkgate Tydd St Giles Cambridgeshire PE13 5NE
Easting:  543016 Northing:  316603 UPRN:  100091514446
Description:  The Manor House, KIRKGATE ROAD
Detailed Description:  House, late C16 or early C17 with C19alterations to the facade. Plan of hall range with cross wings.Mainly of narrow, local brick, English bond. C19 slate roofs withrepaired parapetted gables and stone coping and ball finials. Twofine original projecting side stacks, one to the west cross wing andthe other to the rear of the hall range, both with two octagonalshafts with rubbed brick strings. The east cross wing has tumblingto the rear gable end and a side stack with two diagonally setshafts. Two storeys with attics to the cross wings and bandsbetween storeys. Each gable end has one elliptical window to theattic storey, two cross frame casements and at the ground floor abay window. Hall range of two storeys. Three similar casements andthe doorway, with an early C19 radial fanlight in a round headedarch is placed off centre and is possibly on the site of theoriginal entry to the through passage. Inside the floor framing isexposed to the hall and cross wings. Unmoulded joists, laid flatand main beams of substantial scantling. Some heraldic stainedglass in a window in the east cross wing is probably C19 or C20 andrefers to the Wood family.

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23-Jun-1952 07/00748/IISTAR 000764 10/81 G2STAR n/a  
Address:  St Marys Church Church Road Wisbech St Mary Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  541971 Northing:  308143 UPRN:  010009296500
Description:  Church of Saint Mary, CHURCH ROAD
Detailed Description:  Parish church mainly C14 but with C15chancel and other alterations. Restored in C19. West tower, C14 andof rubble stone with Barnack ashlar to west wall and to quoins. Offour stages on a splayed plinth with angle buttressing also of fourstages and a later embattled parapet of brick. The gable end of theoriginal nave roof is visible in the east wall. C14 west doorwaywith hollow and roll moulding to a two centred arch. West window ofthree trefoil lights with vertical tracery in two centred arch. Bellstage has two trefoil openings with quatrefoil to head in two centredarch. Nave of rubblestone, rendered with low pitch roof of slate andbellcote to east gable end. C15 clerestorey of five windows, each ofthree cinquefoil lights in four centred head. South aisle, repairedC18, has four C15 windows of three cinquefoil lights in square heads.South porch, restored. Stone, rendered with two stage diagonalbuttressing and parapetted gable roof of slate. Outer archway twocentred and of two chamfered orders, the inner carried on attachedshafts with moulded capitals. Inner archway has two centred arch oftwo continuous chamfered orders. C14 holy water stoup. Chancel.Rubblestone with dressed stone to window and door openings. Steeplypitched roof of slate. East window, C15 of five cinquefoil lightswith vertical tracery in four centred arch. North wall restored,C19. Interior. Tower arch, C15, two centred and of two wave mouldedorders with inner onresponds of half octagonal columns with embattled capitals. Northand south arcades of five bays. Two centred arches of two chamferedorders on octagonal columns with octagonal capitals and bases withsquare plinths. Chancel arch similar to nave arcades with a windowabove of three cinquefoil lights in four centred head. Glazing ineast window is World War I war memorial. One tomb slab in nave toThomas Williamson, 1836 and another to Jane, his wife of 1837, of theManor House, Station Road, Wisbech St. Mary. The church hasfurniture, statuary fragments of carving and glazing chieflycontinental and C17 and C18.

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23-Jun-1952 07/00751/IISTAR 000767 14/84 G2STAR n/a  
Address:  Guyhirn Chapel Of Ease High Road Guyhirn Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  540312 Northing:  304018 UPRN:  010034159288
Description:  Chapel of Ease, HIGH ROAD, GUYHIRN,
Detailed Description:  Formerly the parish church, dated 1660 onlintel over doorway, replacing a medieval church in the village.Limestone ashlar with some reused stone, possibly medieval inbuttress and plinth at west end. Brick to west and north wall.Pantiled roof with open timber bellcote at west gable end above onewindow of four plain round headed lights. Rectangular plan. Twosimilar windows in south wall and another to east and north walls.Doorway in segmental arch to west end of south wall. Interior hasoriginal C17 stall pews and hat pegs. Part of the pulpit is intact.Octagonal with sunken panels in two tiers, on modern base. Theceiling is plastered. The chapel is an important example ofecclesiastical building during the Commonwealth. It is associatedwith the late C17 and C18 Anabaptist sect, the Culimites, whoseleader David Culy is believed to have preached there.

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23-Jun-1952 07/00754/II 000770 9/87 II n/a  
Address:  Ripes House High Road Tholomas Drove Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 4SL
Easting:  539997 Northing:  306503 UPRN:  100091196145
Description:  Ripes House, HIGH ROAD, THOLOMAS DROVE,
Detailed Description:  House, late C18. Local brick, mainly red,with low pitch slate roof forming a pediment to principal elevationin the south gable end. Two original stacks in each side wall. Twostoreys and attic. Round headed arch to attic window in tympanum ofpediment. Sills and flat arches to range of three recessed hungsashes with glazing bars. Two similar larger windows on either sideof doorway with pediment and possibly rebuilt attached columns onplinths. Later panelled door. Flanking the principal elevation aretwo shaped walls to the forecourt.

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23-Jun-1952 07/00759/IISTAR 000775 10/91 G2STAR n/a  
Address:  Manor House Station Road Wisbech St Mary Cambridgeshire PE13 4RY
Easting:  542086 Northing:  308815 UPRN:  100091195955
Description:  The Manor House, STATION ROAD
Detailed Description:  House with initials T W in wrought iron tonorth gable end and the date 1791 also in wrought iron and in twoparts, to south and east gable ends. Local brick, mainly red, withpaler brick to front wall. Some English bond to rear, and tuckpointing to front wall. Parapetted roof of Collyweston stone slateswith end stacks and tumbled parapet gable ends. T-plan. Two storeysand attics with band at eaves height. Three dormers. Stone sillsand cambered arches to range of five recessed hung sashes of twelvepanes each. Broken pediment to central round headed doorway flankedby plain pilasters with entablature. Arch has small raised key blockwith mask head ornament. Door of six panels, four raised and fieldedand two flush. Round headed fanlight with Gothick glazing bars.Adjoining and flanking the house are shaped and curving forecourtwalls with pilaster buttresses. Interior. The butlers pantry hasoriginal cupboards flanking the fireplace, the panels with ogeeshaped heads. The kitchen also has original cupboards, some withbutterfly hinges and others with raised and fielded panelling. Finestaircase of four flights and two landings, open string with threebalusters to each tread, except for attic flight which has only two,moulded and raked rail and square, panelled newels.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00049/II 000375 8/39 II gv  
Address:  55 Elm Road Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 2TB
Easting:  546626 Northing:  309014 UPRN:  100091193884
Description:  No 55, ELM ROAD
Detailed Description:  Late C18 house with mid C19 extensions. Local brown brick; hipped slate roof with end sacks. Double pile; symmetrical two storey facade of five bays. Recessed twelve paned hung sash windows in cambered gauged brick arches. Stone steps lead to pilastered doorcase with six panelled door and patterned fanlight. Wooden trellised porch with tented lead canopy, mid C19. Interior details including doors and doorcases largely mid C19. Chimney piece late C18 taken from house on North Brink.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00081/II 000406 6/70 II gv  
Address:  Rutland Arms 9 Lynn Road Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 3DB
Easting:  546222 Northing:  309981 UPRN:  200002980449
Description:  No 9, (Rutland Arms), LYNN ROAD
Detailed Description:  Late C18 inn. Local brown brick. Low-pitched slate roof with end stacks. Three storeys, four bays. Four, second floor, four paned hung sash windows, two, twelve paned first floor hung sash windows and two painted blind windows in cambered gauged brick arches. Stucco ground floor with one, two light, and two, three light hung sash windows with glazing bars. Entrance to right of centre in plain architraved doorcases. Wrought iron ornamental bracket with hanging sign.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00082/II 000407 6/71 II gv  
Address:  11 Lynn Road Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 3DD
Easting:  546239 Northing:  309989 UPRN:  100091194907
Description:  No 11, (Marmion House Hotel), LYNN ROAD
Detailed Description:  House, now a hotel, early C19 raised to three storeys and extended to east, c1860. Home of a stone mason Samuel Andrews and his family from 1820. Local brown brick pebbledashed with rusticated stone quoins and dressings. Hipped slate roof with deep boarded eaves and side stacks. Three storeys and three bays, basement. Moulded stone architraves with key blocks and lion masks in corner bosses to casement window with transomes at each floor level. Central entrance approached by three moulded stone steps. Pilastered doorcase with rosettes on frieze and sculptured plaque. Interior has contemporary plastered ceilings and other C19details. Boundary wall has four stone statues possibly C19 resited in niches.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00084/II 000409 2/73 II gv  
Address:  45 Lynn Road Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 3DD
Easting:  546372 Northing:  310062 UPRN:  100091610250
Description:  No 45, (Leachers Mill), LYNN ROAD
Detailed Description:  Tower windmill sited on a mound, rebuilt after a storm in 1797. Dark red brick tower with a pronounced taper. Eight storeys, originally with eight sails and balcony at third floor where entrance door remains. Main entrance at ground floor facing south. Sawtooth brick band below crenellated parapet. Cambered brick arches to window openings, some recessed casement windows. Roof, sails, and machinery removed. Originally a corn mill, last used in 1965; the Mill House was demolished c1969.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00250/II 000555 6/215 II gv  
Address:  120 Norwich Road Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 2BA
Easting:  546808 Northing:  309619 UPRN:  100090082802
Description:  No 120, NORWICH ROAD
Detailed Description:  Cottage, or farmhouse, possibly C17.Rendered timber frame with red pantile roof. Ridge stack to lefthand. One storey and attic. Four dormer, casement windows with pentroofs. Three ground floor, twelve paned casement windows withboarded shutters. Four panelled door. Interior has stop chamferedceiling beams, panelled doors and cupboards; sealed inglenook hearth.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00304/II 000601 6/261 II gv  
Address:  9 Union Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DJ
Easting:  546183 Northing:  309723 UPRN:  100090086040
Description:  No 9, (The Wine Shop), UNION STREET
Detailed Description:  Formerly The New Inn, C18 with alteredstreet facade and timber framed rear wing C16. Rendered bricksteeply pitched slate roof with shallow gable parapet. Three storeyswith carriageway to left hand. Four bays. Rusticated quoins andjambs to all windows. Four paned casement windows at second floor,and twelve paned hung sash windows at first floor. Modern shop andrenovated basement. Exposed timber frame to rear wing with tie beamsin interior.

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10-Feb-1969 07/00307/II 000604 8/264 II gv  
Address:  Old Chapel Victoria Road Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 2QL
Easting:  546392 Northing:  309125 UPRN:  100091513578
Description:  Baptist Chapel, VICTORIA ROAD
Detailed Description:  Baptist chapel dated 1856 on stone plaque.Amber local brick; slate roof. Two storey street facade withpanelled pedimented gable. Three bays divided by brick pilasters.Three hung sash gallery windows, with margins of coloured glass,shaped to round head arches of red gauged bricks, with stone cills.Plain brick pilastered doorcase with stone cornice flanked by twowindows similar to first floor.

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13-Nov-1973 07/00699/II 000807 7/41 II n/a  
Address:  Leverington House Peatlings Lane Leverington Cambridgeshire PE13 1PS
Easting:  545472 Northing:  310835 UPRN:  100091195552
Description:  Leverington House, Horseshoe Corner, PEATLINGS LANE,
Detailed Description:  House, built 1852 in castle style forThomas Peatling, local brewer and wine merchant. Gault brick.Embattled parapet, and crow stepped gable ends. Ridge stacks. Planof main range with central canted bay, and service wings at rear.Two storeys. Dripmoulds and splayed reveals to two gothiccasements, and two cross frame casements at ground floor. Thecanted bay has a similar gothic casement at first floor, and threefull length casements in two centred arches, two with traceriedheads. Entry in east gable end, approached by flight of threesteps. In the west gable end there is an embattled oriel windowwith gothic casements. The house is said to incorporate part of thelantern of the Octagon Church, Wisbech.

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25-Jul-1974 07/00612/II 000301 20/108 II gv  
Address:  George Public House 10 Market Place Whittlesey Cambridgeshire PE7 1AB
Easting:  527045 Northing:  297007 UPRN:  200002985307
Description:  George Hotel, MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Inn. Late C18 in origin but substantially remodelled in mid C19. Local brick with mid C19 grey Gault brick to mid C19 front wall. Roof raised mid C19 and slated but steep pitch and tumbling still visible in right hand gable end. Plan of range to Market Place with wing at rear forming an L-plan. Two storeys. Symmetrical mid C19 elevation of six recessed hung sashes flanking a gabled centre bay with a small bulls eye window above a tripartite hung sash. Below, a central doorway in four centred arch with doorcase of pilasters, and a cornice on plain scroll brackets and surmounted by ball finials. Rear range, late C18, brick with steeply pitched roof.

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16-Dec-1974 07/00523/II 000218 23/25 II gv  
Address:  108 High Street March Cambridgeshire PE15 9LP
Easting:  541665 Northing:  296218 UPRN:  100090067798
Description:  No 108, (The Maze), HIGH STREET
Detailed Description:  House, mid C18 and C19. Narrow Gault brick with red brick to quoins, partly obscured by later render to front wall. Side walls have English bond brickwork. Steeply pitched roof of Welsh slate and rebuilt end stacks. L-plan. Two storeys. Raised and moulded surrounds to three, sixteen pane hung sashes. Three similar windows at ground floor and two doorways. The doorway to right hand has late C18 panelled door. Left hand doorway has later door but early C19 rectangular fanlight with glazing bars. Kitchen wing at rear. Inside: Plan of hall and stairbay flanked by two rooms with further room to left hand. Staircase, c1750, open string of four flights with enriched tapering columns as balusters and square newels with sunken panels and moulded rail. Three doorways at ground floor in round headed arches with raised surrounds and scrolled key blocks with bead enrichment. Raised and fielded panelled doors. Original fireplaces also of narrow red and yellow Gault brick.

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01-Aug-1975 07/00493/II 000925 2/19 II n/a  
Address:  The Manor House Doddington Road Wimblington March Cambridgeshire PE15 0RA
Easting:  541275 Northing:  291897 UPRN:  100090065926
Description:  The Manor House, DODDINGTON ROAD
Detailed Description:  House. Late C17 or early C18. Local redbrick, and buff brick. Plain tile hipped roof. Two storeys, L-plan.Tall central stack, brick band and plinth. Deep wooden modillionedeaves cornice, restored. Late C19 fenestration; two ground floorand three first floor four paned hung sash windows with marginglazing bars in segmental brick arches with stone cills. C19 fourpanelled door and rectangular fanlight. Interior has large cornerchimney pieces on both floors but altered in room to south for C19staircase and chimney.

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29-Oct-1975 07/00222/II 000541 2/202 II gv  
Address:  Yachts View 6 North End Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1PE
Easting:  546030 Northing:  310035 UPRN:  010034158325
Description:  No 6, NORTH END
Detailed Description:  Late C19 house. Yellow gault brick, slateroof, end stacks. Four, first floor, twelve paned, recessed hungsash windows with stone cills and cambered brick arches. Twoentrances to left and right hand in round headed arches withfanlights. Central large, canted hung sash bay window.

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29-Oct-1975 07/00229/II   6/199 2/199 II 1 and 2  
Address:  1 North End Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1PE
Easting:  546035 Northing:  309997 UPRN:  200002980642
Description:   
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29-Oct-1975 07/00230/II   6/199 2/199 II    
Address:  2 North End Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1PE
Easting:  546037 Northing:  310003 UPRN:  200002980643
Description:   
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29-Oct-1975 07/00231/II   2/100 II    
Address:  River View 3 North End Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1PE
Easting:  546034 Northing:  310010 UPRN:  010034158322
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29-Oct-1975 07/00232/II   2/100 II 3 and 4  
Address:  4A North End Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1PE
Easting:  546031 Northing:  310017 UPRN:  100090082731
Description:   
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29-Oct-1975 07/00233/II 000539 2/200 II gv  
Address:  4B North End Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1PE
Easting:  546031 Northing:  310017 UPRN:  200002980649
Description:  Nos 3 and 4, NORTH END
Detailed Description:  Mid C18 pair of houses, local brick withred gauged brick cambered window arches. Slate roof. Three storeyswith attic. Parapet with stone coping. Four dormer windows.Fenestration, modern replacements of twelve paned hung sash windows,six first floor and four ground floor windows. Modern panelleddoors in round arches to right and left hand. End stacks. No 4,brick, rendered.

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29-Oct-1975 07/00234/II 000540 2/201 II gv  
Address:  Harbour View 5 North End Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1PE
Easting:  546032 Northing:  310026 UPRN:  010034158324
Description:  No 5, NORTH END
Detailed Description:  Late C19 house. Gault brick, with redgauged brick arches. Slate roof with end stacks. Two storeys andbasement. Three first floor, four paned hung sash windows insegmental arches with stone cills. Two similar ground floor windowsflank plain wooden doorcase and modern door with rectangularfanlight.

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05-May-1976 07/00774/II 000405 6/69 II gv  
Address:  5 Lynn Road Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 3DB
Easting:  546205 Northing:  309973 UPRN:  100091513759
Description:  Nos 5 and 5A, LYNN ROAD
Detailed Description:  Late C18 or early C19 corner shop and house. Local brown brick; slate roof with rear stack. L-plan, three storeys to Lynn Road, two storeys to Bedford Street. Wing to Bedford Street reroofed with two dormer windows. One blind window and three hung sash windows with glazing bars recessed in cambered gauged brick arches with stone cills at first floor and two, four paned hung sash windows at ground floor with two entrances in round headed brick arches, doors both original, one to right hand half glazed. Shop to Lynn Road of three bays, with two casement windows and one blind window at first and second floors. Good late C19 shop windows, lateC19 inserted door to right hand with rectangular fanlights.

angular fanlights.

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05-May-1976 07/00775/II 000405 6/69 II    
Address:  5A Lynn Road Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 3DB
Easting:  546205 Northing:  309973 UPRN:  100090081693
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Late C18 or early C19 corner shop and house. Local brown brick; slate roof with rear stack. L-plan, three storeys to Lynn Road, two storeys to Bedford Street. Wing to Bedford Street reroofed with two dormer windows. One blind window and three hung sash windows with glazing bars recessed in cambered gauged brick arches with stone cills at first floor and two, four paned hung sash windows at ground floor with two entrances in round headed brick arches, doors both original, one to right hand half glazed. Shop to Lynn Road of three bays, with two casement windows and one blind window at first and second floors. Good late C19 shop windows, lateC19 inserted door to right hand with rectangular fanlights.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00074/II 000398 2/62 II n/a  
Address:  Leverington Cemetry Chapel Leverington Road Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  545887 Northing:  310259 UPRN:  010012126456
Description:  Leverington Cemetery Chapel, LEVERINGTON ROAD
Detailed Description:  Cemetery mortuary chapel built c1835. By William Adams of Wisbech. Doric design. Yellow Gault brick with stone and Roman cement dressings. Shallow pitched slate roof. One-story. Pilasters at quoins and bays, with bases on deep moulded plinth. Pediments with stone copings. General Cemetery, painted on frieze above double entrance facing East. West facade has a central window, now boarded, with gauged brick arches, imposts and key blocks, and two small flanking windows. Covering nearly two acres the cemetery is now in a derelict condition. The tombstones have been carefully plotted and recorded by Mr E Golding. None are of outstanding quality, though their intrinsic value (i.e. record of C19 history) to Wisbech should be considered.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00080/II 000403 6/67 II    
Address:  10 Little Church Street Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  546308 Northing:  309664 UPRN:  010034161871
Description:  No 10, LITTLE CHURCH STREET,
Detailed Description:  Early C18 shop. Rendered brick, pantile roof. Three storeys, two bays with modern shop at ground floor. Two small second floor, casement windows with eighteen panes, and two flush frame sixteen paned hung sash windows at first floor.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00123/II 000444 6/107 II gv  
Address:  43 Market Place Wisbech Cambridgeshire PE13 1DP
Easting:  546274 Northing:  309682 UPRN:  100091512995
Description:  Nos 42, 42A, 43, MARKET PLACE
Detailed Description:  Shops, early to mid C18, altered. Local brown brick, rendered with red pantile roof. Shallow parapet gables, end stacks and central ridge stacks of local red brick. Two storeys with attics. Three flat roofed attic windows. Stone copings to parapet and stone cornice. Four, twelve paned hung sash windows recessed in cambered gauged brick arches with stone cills. Two lateC19 shops at ground floor. Interior to No 42, has large chamfered ceiling beam.

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19-Nov-1976 07/00223/II 000542 2/203 II gv  
Address:  10 North End Wisbech Cambridgeshire
Easting:  545996 Northing:  310062 UPRN:  010014149803
Description:  Nos 10, 11 and 12, N