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IoE Number: 216727
Location: THE BRIDGE CENTRE, ALLCOCK STREET B9
  BIRMINGHAM, BIRMINGHAM, WEST MIDLANDS
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Date Photographed: N/A
Date listed: 08 July 1982
Date of last amendment: 08 July 1982
Grade II

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ALLCOCK STREET5104Deritend B9The Bridge CentreSP 08 NE 7/1

ALLCOCK STREET 1. 5104 Deritend B9 The Bridge Centre SP 08 NE 7/1 II GV 2. Former Birmingham Board School, of Martin and Chamberlain gothic design, circa 1875-80. Two storeys red brick with patterned and cut brick and stone dressings. The north front symmetrical with 5 bays each of 3 grouped windows, gables over flanking crosswings and narrower gable over centre all ashlar dressed with large rose panels pierced by trefoils. Windows have pointed arches and retain original patterned iron frame pivot casements. The rear south elevation is articulated by buttresses with similar fenestration, the ground floor windows with stone tympana. Broad ashlar gabled dormers to each bay with triple groups of squat pointed lights crowned by large cinquefoils. Steep gable end tiled roofs with cresting tiles. A central range doubling the southern one has a large rose in its east gable. The east gable end of the main range is surmounted by a pair of octagonal turret-chimneys flanking bellcote set on an external stack. The former master's house abuts the east gable ends of the school facing the street. One storey and attic, 3 bays. Bargeboard gabled half dormers to left with pierced cinquefoils to stone tympana of windows. Coupled narrow windows on ground floor. Entrance under applied gable to right.

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