Listed Building record MDR11309 - Former Diocesan School, Friar Gate, Derby

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School designed by H I Stevens in 1841. (1) Diocesan School (Boys) shown on 1852 Board of Health map. (2) No. 73 Friar Gate was built c.1840 and is a former Diocesan School. It is built from brick with stone dressings and is 2 storeys high. There are 2 two-light stone mullioned windows to each storey, those to the ground storey have transoms. There is a 5-light stone mullioned and transomed oriel window on a splayed angle, having geometrical pattern iron lights, wth a gable above which has a clock and obelisk finial. The doorway is in a moulded surround with a pointed arched head, a hood mould carried across as a band and an 8-panelled divided door. There is a stone eaves cornice and a coped parapet. (3)

Sources/Archives (3)

  • <1> Article in serial: Burrows, M. 1983. 'Henry Isaac Stevens 1807-1873: A Derby Architect', Derbyshire Archaeological Journal. Volume 103, pp 133-136. p 135.
  • <2> Map: Board of Ordnance. 1852. Map of the Borough of Derby … Surveyed … for the local Board of Health A.D.1852.
  • <3> Listed Building File: Historic England. 2011. The National Heritage List for England. List entry number 1216583.



Grid reference Centred SK 34421 36491 (27m by 22m)

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Oct 14 2020 9:29AM

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