Manchester UK



Major Listed Buildings in Manchester (3)


Alphabetical Listings
Listed by Street Name:

A
B C
D E
F G
H J
K L
M N
O P
Q R
S T
U V
W Y

J

Jersey Street, Ancoats:
– Mill building – part of Murray’s Mill – formerly listed as
Jersey Mill. Grade II, listed 20 June 1988.
– Paragon Mill. Grade II, listed 11 Nov 1988.
– Beehive Mill. Grade II, listed 11 Nov 1988.
– Little Mill. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– New Mill. Grade II, listed 20 June 1988.

K

Kelvin Street, City Centre:
– 1. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 7. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Kennedy Street, City Centre:
– 10. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 14. Law Library. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 36. Grade II, listed 21 Nov 1990.
– 42 & 44, part of the Vine Inn Pub. Grade II, listed 6
Jun 1994.
– 46. Vine Inn Pub. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 48. City Arms Pub. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

Kent Road East, Rusholme:
– St Anselm Hall. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

King Street, City Centre:
– 28. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 30. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 48. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 56. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 62. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 74, former Northern Rock Building Society, including 39-41
Cross Street. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 76-80 (even numbers). Prudential Assurance. Grade II, listed
3 Oct 1974.
– 82, former Bank of England Branch. Grade I, listed 25 Feb
1952.
– 84 & 86. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 88-96, Ship Canal House. Grade II, 9.3.82
– 98, Atlas Chambers. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 100, Midland Bank. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 15 & 17 includes 13 Police Street. Grade II, listed 6
Jun 1994.
– 19. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 29 & 31, Old Exchange. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 33. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 35 & 37 with attached railings. Grade II, listed 25 Feb
1952.
– 53, Lloyds Bank. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 67, Pall Mall Court. Grade II, 4 Dec 2000.
– 81, former Reform Clu’. Grade II*. listed 3 Oct 1974.

King Street West, City Centre:
– 31 & 33. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

Kingsway, Burnage:
– St Nicholas Church. Grade II, first listed 10 Oct 1980, upgraded
6 Jun 1994.

L

Ladybarn Lane, Fallowfield:
– 1-9 (odd numbers), Rose Cottages. Grade II, listed 21 Jul
1972.
– 96 & 98. Grade II, listed 21 Jul 1972.
– 130, Ladybarn Cottage, including 16 Royle Street. Grade II,
listed 21 Jul 1972.
– 132. Grade II, listed 21 Jul 1972.
– 174-178 (even numbers). Grade II, listed 21 Jul 1972.
– 180. Grade II, listed 21 Jul 1972.
– 188. Grade II, listed 21 Jul 1972.

Lapwing Lane, Barlow Moor:
– Former Mercantile Bank of Lancashire (Barclay’s Bank). Grade
II, listed 9 Aug 1988.
– Former Withington Town Hall. Grade II, listed 5 Nov 1990.

Laystall Street, City Centre:
– 32. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Lena Street, City Centre:
– Former Horrocks, Crewsdon & Co Warehouse, including 70
Dale Street. Grade II, listed 5 Nov 1990.

Lever Street, City Centre:
– 8. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 10. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 12 & 14. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 24, Watts Bros. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 69-77 (odd numbers). Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

Liverpool Road, City Centre:
– Former Market Hall (Upper Campfield). Grade II, listed 17
May 1974.
– K6 Telephone Kiosk beside 330 Deansgate. Grade II, listed
29 Nov 1987.
– Museum of Science & Industry – formerly City Exhibition
Hall, Lower Campfield. Grade II, listed 17 May 1974.
– Former Liverpool Road Railway Station & Station Master’s
House. Grade I, listed 18 Dec 1963.
– Old Warehouse, north of Liverpool Road Railway Station. Grade
I, listed 8 May 1973, regraded 6 Jun 1994.
– Colonnaded Railway Viaduct at former Liverpool Road Goods
Depot. Grade II, listed 18 Dec 1973.
– Power Hall, Museum of Science & Industry. Grade II, listed
6 Jun 1994.
– Nos 29-41 (odd numbers). Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– Former St Matthews Sunday School. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

– 123. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 125, Commercial Hotel. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Livesey Street, Miles Platting:
– St Patrick’s Roman Catholic Church. Grade II, listed 6 Jun
1994.

Lloyd Street, City Centre:
– 16-22 (even numbers), Lloyd’s House. Grade II, listed 3 Oct
1974.
– Town Hall Extension. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974 – upgraded
6 Jun 1994.

Lloyd Street North, Moss Side:
– Christ Church. Grade II, listed 24 Apr 1987.

London Road, City Centre:
– Former Police & Fire Station. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974
– upgraded 27Jul 1993.
– Train Shed, Piccadilly Station. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

– Former Goods Office, -Piccadilly Station. Grade II, listed
6 Jun 1994.

Long Millgate, City Centre:
– Chetham’s Hospital & attached wall. Grade I, listed 25
Feb 1952.
– South-east wing, Chetham’s Hospital – formerly Manchester
Grammar School. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– Detached Schoolroom Block, south of Chetham’s Hospital. Grade
II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– Fragment of Hyde’s Cross, south of Chetham’s Hospital. Grade
II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

Longley Lane, Northenden:
– Rose Hill. Grade II, listed 11 Apr 1991.

Lower Byrom Street, City Centre:
– Two bollards, west end of St John’s Passage. Grade II, listed
3 Oct 1974.
– Manchester Museum of Science & Industry, former Lower
Byrom Street Warehouse. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Lower Ormond Street, Chorlton-on-Medlock:
– Ormond Building, Manchester Metropolitan University (formerly
Municipal Offices, Manchester Polytechnic). Grade II, listed
3 Oct 1974.
– Former Manchester Ear Hospital. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

Lower Park Road, Rusholme:
– 1, Greygarth Hall. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 3, Ward Hall, Xavarian College. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

– 2, Park House. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 8, parts of Xaverian College. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

– Maryland. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Lower Vickers Street, Miles Platting:
– Victoria Mill. Grade II, listed 29 Nov 1988 – upgraded 6 Jun
1994.

M

Manchester Road, Chorlton:
– 21a, Chorlton Snooker Centre. Grade II, 30.8.96

Manor Street, Ardwick:
– 21 & 23. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 25. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 27, former ‘Grove Hotel. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

Market Street, City Centre:
– s 109-127, Debenhams Stores (formerly Ryland Building &
then Pauldens Department Stores. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Mill Street, Ancoats:
– Ardwick & Ancoats Hospital. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

Miller Street, City Centre:
– Co-operative Insurance Society. Grade II, listed 24 Nov 1995.

Millgate Lane, Didsbury:
– 7-13 (odd numbers). Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 15 & 17. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Minshull Street, City Centre:
– 8. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 10, Minshull House. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– City Police Courts. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974 – upgraded
6 Jun 1994.

Mirabel Street, City Centre:
– Manchester Parcel Post Office. Grade II, listed 7 Jan 2002.

Moon Grove, Rusholme:
– 4. Grade II, listed 28 Feb 1975.
– 6. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– s 5 & 7. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

Mosley Street, City Centre:
– 10, Bradford & Bingley Building Society, formerly Williams
& Glyn’s Bank. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 12. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 14 & 16, Harvest House. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 24-30, including Nos 17 & 19 York Street (‘Colwyn Chambers’).
Grade II, 25.4.85
– 38 & 42, Royal Bank of Scotland. Grade II, listed 25 Feb
1952.
– 57, Portico Library. Grade II, listed 25 Feb 1952.
– City Art Gallery. Grade I, listed 25 Feb 1952.

Moss Brook Road, Harpurhey:
– Crofters House (Manchester & District Dogs’ Home). Grade
II, listed 21 Aug 1975.

Moss Lane East, Moss Side:
– Whitworth Park Mansions. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 466 & 468. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

Moss Lane West, Moss Side:
– Hydes Anvil Brewery. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Moston Lane, Lightbowne:
– St Dunstan’s Roman Catholic Church. Grade II, listed 6 Jun
1994.

Mount Road:
– Our Lady of Mercy & St Thomas of Canterbury Church. Grade
II, listed 3 Feb 2000.

Mount Street, City Centre:
– Friends’ Meeting House. Grade II, 18.12.63
– 2 & 4, Lawrence Buildings. Grade II*. listed 3 Oct 1974
– upgraded 6 Jun 1994.

Mulberry Street, City Centre:
– St Mary’s Roman Catholic Church (‘The Hidden Gem’). Grade
II, listed 18 Dec 1963.

Murray Street, Ancoats:
– Former Warehouse & Offices of ‘ld Mill, Decker Mill &
New Mill. Grade II, listed 28 Feb 1975. Bengal Street wing demolished
June 1996.

N

Nell Lane, Chorlton-cum-Hardy:
– Hough End Hall’ Grade II, listed 25 Feb 1952.

Nell Lane, West Didsbury:
– Withington Hospital Principal Administrative Building. Grade
II, listed 3 Oct 1974.
– Entrance lodges, piers, screens & gates,Withington Hospital.
Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

Nelson Street, Chorlton-on-Medlock:
– 60. Grade II, listed 10 Jun 1974.
– 62, The Pankhurst Centre. Grade II, listed 10 June 1974.
– Outpatients Department, Manchester Royal Infirmary. Grade
II, listed 15 Feb 1989.

New Elm Road:
– Pair of culvert arches over River Medlock & associated
overflow channel. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

New Mount Street, Ancoats:
– 23, Co-operative Press. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Newall Road, Baguley:
– Newall Green Farmhouse, formerly known as Newall Hall. Grade
II, listed 25 Feb 1952.
– Outbuildings near Newall Green Farmhouse. Grade II, listed
3 Oct 1974.

Newton Street, City Centre:
– 8, 10 & 12. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 14 & 16. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 50, Newton Buildings. Grade II, listed 20 Jun 1988.
– 72 -76 (even numbers). Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 1-11 (oddnumbers), St Margaret’s Chambers. Grade II, listed
6 Jun 1994.
– 13 & 15, Kingsley House. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

– 17-25 (odd numbers). Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 45 & 47. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 49. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.
– 57a, former Newton Street Police Station. Grade II, listed
6 Jun 1994.

Nicholas Street, City Centre:
– 16. Grade II, listed 6 Jun 1994.

Norfolk Street, City Centre:
– 2 to 6 (even numbers), Northern Stock Exchange. Grade II,
listed 3 Oct 1974.
– 10, former Barclays Bank. Grade II, listed 3 Oct 1974.

North Road, Beswick & Clayton:
– St Willibrod’s Roman Catholic Church. Grade II, listed 6 Jun
1994.

North Road, Longsight:
– Beswick Co-operative Society building. Grade II, listed 6
Jun 1994.


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