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Herbert Warehouse

A Grade II Listed Building in Gloucester, Gloucestershire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.8638 / 51°51'49"N

Longitude: -2.2514 / 2°15'4"W

OS Eastings: 382785

OS Northings: 218382

OS Grid: SO827183

Mapcode National: GBR 1L5.1M8

Mapcode Global: VH94B.XFN3

Entry Name: Herbert Warehouse

Listing Date: 12 March 1973

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1245605

English Heritage Legacy ID: 472561

Location: Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL1

County: Gloucestershire

District: Gloucester

Town: Gloucester

Electoral Ward/Division: Westgate

Built-Up Area: Gloucester

Traditional County: Gloucestershire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Gloucestershire

Church of England Parish: Hempsted with Gloucester, Saint Mary de Lode and Saint Mary de Crypt

Church of England Diocese: Gloucester

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Listing Text


GLOUCESTER

SO8218SE THE DOCKS
844-1/11/347 Herbert Warehouse
12/03/73

GV II

Warehouse, now local authority offices. 1846. Probably by John
Jaques of Gloucester for Samuel Herbert, solicitor, and leased
to J and C Sturge, corn merchants; 1985 restored and converted
to offices for Gloucester City Council, with addition to link
with offices in conversion of Kimberley Warehouse (qv) on the
south side. Red brick with stone lintels and sills to window
openings, renewed slate roof with skylights, barge and eaves
boards, internally hollow cast-iron columns and renewed timber
or concrete slab floors.
PLAN: a large rectangular block, with gable-end towards Main
Dock; on north side late C20 entrance door to Council offices,
with broad flight of steps to lobby at former first-floor
level, and suspended canopy above; the south side partly
masked by late C20 infill addition.
EXTERIOR: six storeys, basement and loft floor; in each side
of the block three, full-height, former loading door openings,
one in the centre and one towards each end, flanked by wall
panels (W-D-W-D-W-D-W) with four windows in each wall panel;
in each gable-end wall a central former loading door opening,
and in wall to each side two windows to each floor; all the
former loading door openings infilled with late C20 windows
and panels and, on the south side, by C20 access to adjoining
warehouse; above the central loading door opening on the north
side is a reconstructed, timber, front gabled, projecting
hoist housing supported on shaped brackets; all the windows
fitted with C20 side-hung single sashes.
INTERIOR: refitted, some cast-iron columns and in the loft
floor original queen post trusses.
(Conway-Jones H: Gloucester Docks An Illustrated History:
Gloucester: 1984-: 167).

Listing NGR: SO8278518382

This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.

Description


GLOUCESTER

SO8218SE THE DOCKS
844-1/11/347 Herbert Warehouse
12/03/73

GV II

Warehouse, now local authority offices. 1846. Probably by John
Jaques of Gloucester for Samuel Herbert, solicitor, and leased
to J and C Sturge, corn merchants; 1985 restored and converted
to offices for Gloucester City Council, with addition to link
with offices in conversion of Kimberley Warehouse (qv) on the
south side. Red brick with stone lintels and sills to window
openings, renewed slate roof with skylights, barge and eaves
boards, internally hollow cast-iron columns and renewed timber
or concrete slab floors.
PLAN: a large rectangular block, with gable-end towards Main
Dock; on north side late C20 entrance door to Council offices,
with broad flight of steps to lobby at former first-floor
level, and suspended canopy above; the south side partly
masked by late C20 infill addition.
EXTERIOR: six storeys, basement and loft floor; in each side
of the block three, full-height, former loading door openings,
one in the centre and one towards each end, flanked by wall
panels (W-D-W-D-W-D-W) with four windows in each wall panel;
in each gable-end wall a central former loading door opening,
and in wall to each side two windows to each floor; all the
former loading door openings infilled with late C20 windows
and panels and, on the south side, by C20 access to adjoining
warehouse; above the central loading door opening on the north
side is a reconstructed, timber, front gabled, projecting
hoist housing supported on shaped brackets; all the windows
fitted with C20 side-hung single sashes.
INTERIOR: refitted, some cast-iron columns and in the loft
floor original queen post trusses.
(Conway-Jones H: Gloucester Docks An Illustrated History:
Gloucester: 1984-: 167).

Listing NGR: SO8278518382

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