Baldock, Bygrave & Clothall Neighbourhood Plan - Submission Version

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Annex C: Buildings of local importance

This annex provides a summary of the register of buildings of local importance in Baldock, produced by North Hertfordshire District Council. It lists the buildings that are included and the reasons for their special value. Further detail about the process and the buildings themselves is contained in the register[50].

Timber framed building to rear of Butlers Yard

  • Building of particular local architectural interest, important for its timber framed construction.
  • Building of local historic interest: important to the local industrial history of Baldock.

Chapel, Church Street

  • Building of particular local architectural interest for its architectural design and as an important building type.
  • Local historic interest: important to the religious history of Baldock.

Aircraft Hangar at Tapps Garden Centre, Clothall Road

  • Building of particular local architectural interest for its construction and as an important building type.

The Town Hall, High Street

  • Local architectural interest: special architectural design and important local building type.
  • Local historic interest: important to the local social history of Baldock.
  • Acts as an important focal point and landmark within the town.
  • Makes a particularly valuable contribution to the architectural, historic and visual quality of the conservation area.

Numbers 2 and 4, High Street

  • Local historic interest: important to the historic development of Baldock.
  • Make a particularly valuable contribution to the architectural, historic and visual quality of the Conservation Area.

Number 29, High Street

  • Local Architectural Interest: special architectural design and decoration.
  • Makes a particularly valuable contribution to the architectural, historic and visual quality of the conservation area.

28 & 30 Walkers Court (Roes Almshouses), adjacent to Pepper Alley

  • Local Historic Interest: illustrates important aspects of the local social history of Baldock.

The Lodge, 56 High Street

  • Local architectural interest: special architectural design and important local building type.
  • Local historic interest: important to the local history and development of Baldock.
  • Makes a particularly valuable contribution to the architectural, historic and visual quality of the conservation area.

Numbers 45-55 (odd) and 59 to 63 (odd), High Street

  • Local architectural interest: architectural design and traditional craftsmanship.
  • Local historic interest: Important to the historic development of Baldock.
  • Makes a particularly valuable contribution to the architectural, historic and visual quality of the Conservation Area.

Tesco Building, High Street

  • Local architectural interest: special architectural design and traditional craftsmanship.
  • Local historic interest: important to the local industrial history of Baldock.
  • Acts as an important focal point and landmark within the town.

Drapers Court, rear of 39 High Street

  • Local architectural interest: important local building type.
  • Local historic interest: important to the local industrial history of Baldock.

Maltings Court and 46a, Fish and Chips Shop, High Street

  • Local architectural interest: important local building type.
  • Local historic interest: important to the local industrial history of Baldock.

Maltings buildings to the rear of 31a Hitchin Street

  • Local architectural interest: important local building type.
  • Local historic interest: important to the local industrial history of Baldock.

Hillcrest, London Road

  • Local architectural interest: special architectural design and decoration.

Buildings to the rear of 42 Church Street, lining Meeting House Lane

  • Local architectural interest: Important local building type.
  • Local historic interest: Important to the local industrial history of Baldock.

Outbuilding, The Barn, 18 Park Street.

  • Local architectural interest: important local building type.
  • Local historic interest: important to the local industrial history of Baldock.

53, South Road

  • Acts as an important focal point with 74 South Road within Baldock.

74, South Road [now demolished]

  • Acts as an important focal point with 53 South Road within the town.

1, Whitehorse Street

  • Acts as an important focal point within the town.
  • Makes a particularly valuable contribution to the architectural, historic and visual quality of the conservation area.

11, Whitehorse Street

  • Acts as an important focal point within the town.
  • Makes a particularly valuable contribution to the architectural, historic and visual quality of the conservation area.

15, Whitehorse Street

  • Close historical association with the Methodist Chapel, a grade II listed building.

United Reform Church, Whitehorse Street.

  • Building of particular local architectural interest for its architectural design and as an important building type.
  • Local historic interest: important to the religious history of Baldock.

New Farm and Farmhouse, Weston Way.

  • Local architectural interest: important local building type.
  • Local historic interest: important to the local industrial and agricultural history of Baldock.

[50] NHDC (2003) Register of Buildings of Local Importance in Baldock.
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