Heritage at risk buildings

(01) Pigeoncote at Pear Tree Farm, Gainsborough Road, Beckingham

Pigeoncote BeckinghamGrade: II

Last surveyed: 26th May 2020

HE Reference: 1370368

2012 risk level: 4 (Vulnerable)

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Partially occupied

Description: Pigeoncote, built circa 1796. Red brick with clay pantile roof. First floor and eaves bands, stone lintels, cogged eaves and lintels, tumbled brick coped gables. 2 storeys, 3 bays. Central close boarded stable door flanked by flat brick buttresses, rising almost to eaves, spanned by cogged stone lintel. Above, 3 tiers of blocked brick pigeonholes and a further stone lintel. Right and left gables also have 2 tiers of pigeonholes. At rear, single storey lean-to fodder store. Designated: 23rd November 1984.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Currently used for storage. Roof repaired and rear fodder store rebuilt 2005. Crack in masonry above lintel (at string course) of front doorway. Overall, structure is sound but in need of repairs/maintenance.

(02) Memorial to Joseph Dymond, Church of St Mary & St Martin, Blyth

Memorial to Joseph DymondGrade: II

Last surveyed:  23rd March 2020

HE Reference: 1273833

2012 risk level: 3A (At Risk)

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Not applicable

Description: Memorial to Joseph Dymond. Late 18th century ashlar square plinth surmounted by obelisk, damaged at the top, and inscribed "In Memory of Joseph Dymond ....". Designated: 27 November 1984.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Large cracks, much worn stonework. 

(03) Gateway Formerly to Blyth Hall, Sheffield Road, Blyth

Gateway Blyth HallGrade: II

Last surveyed: 23rd March 2020

HE Reference: 1238970

2012 risk level: 3A (At Risk)

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Unknown

Occupancy: Not applicable

Description: Gate piers, wall, gates and gate stones, c,1770. Ashlar and wrought iron. Rusticated and coped wall, set on a plinth, having central double wrought iron gates with decorative wrought iron overthrow and central bell over. The overthrow rests upon the wall. Flanking these gates are single, damaged, rusticated piers, protruding from and rising above the wall. These have a frieze decorated with paterae and a dentil cornice. Either side are single rusticated arches supported on imposts with a single wrought iron gate under and at the outer edges single rusticated piers terminating at the level of the wall. Designated: 30th November 1966.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Stone damage around metal mounting joints; failure of cement repairs.

(04) Milestone on Sheffield Road, Blyth

Milestone, BlythGrade: II

Last surveyed: 23rd March 2020

HE Reference: 1239142

2012 risk level: 3A (At Risk)

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Nottinghamshire County Council

Occupancy: Not applicable

Description: Milestone. Late 18th century. Ashlar. Triangular stone one metre high with inscriptions "Barnby Moor.... Miles" and "Maltby .... Rotherham 13 Miles.". Designated: 27th November 1984.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: In poor condition, severely eroded. Likely affected by raising of surrounding tarmac surface.

(05) Road Bridge, Meadow Lane, Bothamsall

Road Bridge, Meadow Lane, BothamsallGrade: II

Last surveyed: 7th May 2020

HE Reference: 1391658

2012 risk level: 3A (At Risk)

2020 risk level: Not At Risk

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Not applicable

Description: Bridge, circa 1800 with later repairs. Red brick with stone dressings. Two round arches with a brick sill band, stone cutwaters, and stone parapet copings. Parapets slope down to end piers with shaped caps. This well-detailed bridge carries the road over the River Meden and appears on Sanderson's map, 1835. Designated: 28th April 2006.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Repairs to parapet, vegetation removed, areas of masonry repaired. In good condition.

(06) Lavin’s Cottage, Church Lane, Carlton in Lindrick

Lavin’s Cottage, Church Lane, Carlton in LindrickGrade: II

Last surveyed: 28th May 2020

HE Reference: 1206347

2012 risk level: 3A (At Risk)

2020 risk level: F (Repairs in progress, use agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Partially occupied

Description: Located near the parish church, this former public house, built in the mid-18th century, is built in coursed rubble with a pantile roof. Most of the openings are Yorkshire slider sash windows. The rear gable contains three rows of pigeon holes. Designated: 12th April 1985.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Works to convert to single dwelling almost completed. Roof repaired, bulging section of wall rebuilt, windows and doors repaired/replaced, stairs and floors repaired, cement pointing raked out and walls repointed in lime, fallen chimney stack to front rebuilt.

(07) Barns at North House Farm, The Green, Carlton in Lindrick

Barns at North House Farm, The GreenGrade: II

Last surveyed: 28th May 2020

HE Reference: 1280211

2012 risk level: 3A (At Risk)

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Partially occupied

Description: Late 18th/early 19th century agricultural buildings. Dressed coursed rubble, pantile roofs, stone coping. Main barn has blocked carriage opening. Range has numerous timber slatted/glazing bar windows, with several timber slatted doors, the majority of which are under segmental arches. Designated: 12th April 1985.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Works to convert barn range into dwellings are well progressed. Windows and doors not yet installed, but roof repaired, structural repairs carried out and masonry repointed.

(08) Wigthorpe House, Carlton Road, Wigthorpe, Carlton in Lindrick

Wigthorpe House, Carlton Road, WigthorpeGrade: II

Last surveyed: 28th May 2020

HE Reference: 1206458

2012 risk level: 1 (Extreme Risk)

2020 risk level: F (Repairs in progress, use agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Partially occupied

Description: Mid-18th century house with 19th century extensions, making it an L-plan. Built of dressed coursed rubble with some rendering and slate roof. In the centre is an ashlar two storey bay window and a conservatory/greenhouse on the eastern end. Behind is a row of outbuildings. Designated: 30th November 1966.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Works to restore house and barns almost completed. Roofs repaired and re-tiled/re-slated, bay window on south elevation rebuilt, cement render and pointing replaced with lime render and pointing, floors repaired, staircases repaired, chimneys repaired, boundary walls and ice house feature restored. In good condition.

(09) Wall at Manor Farm, Church Laneham

Wall at Manor Farm, Church LanehamGrade: II

Last surveyed: 26th May 2020

HE Reference: 1276573

2012 risk level: 4A (Vulnerable)

2020 risk level: Not At Risk

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Not applicable

Description: Farmhouse and attached wall. Early 19th century. Low red brick wall with ashlar coping surmounted by iron railings with decorative finials. This extends 4 metres west and then 44 metres north, broken by a small gateway with a pair of decorative iron piers and a similar gate. Designated: 12 July 1985.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Listed Building Consent approved for repairs in 2019 (ref: 19/00541/LBA) and works completed early-2020. In good condition.

(10) Pair of Chest Tombs, Church of St John the Baptist, Clarborough

Pair of Chest Tombs, ClarboroughGrade: II

Last surveyed: 12th February 2018

HE Reference: 1045692

2012 risk level: 1A (Extreme Risk)

2020 risk level: A (Immediate risk, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Not applicable

Description: Pair of chest tombs. Mid-19th century. Ashlar, with ashlar base and iron railings. Square plan.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: No change from 2012 survey. Structural failure, decay, and material loss to ornate railings. Loose railings and cresting material amongst foliage and rested on tombs. Erosion to stone work and vegetation growing through fabric. Structural survey and work schedule carried out by Skillingtons in January 2020.

(11) Font at Holy Trinity Church, Cottam

Font at Holy Trinity Church, CottamGrade: II

Last surveyed: 28th May 2020

HE Reference: 1370089

2012 risk level: 3A (At Risk)

2020 risk level: Not At Risk

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Not applicable

Description: Font half a metre east of south porch at Church of Holy Trinity. Font bowl. 14th century. Ashlar, octagonal. Carried on octagonal stem, with base inscribed 'Ancient font presented to Church by Archbishop .....', '1918', and with Vicar and Churchwardens' names. Designated: 4th December 1985.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Removed from its base (which sits adjacent), although no cracks or damage. In good condition.

(12) Iron Railings to Dam at Cuckney School, Cuckney

Iron Railings to Dam at Cuckney School, CuckneyGrade: II

Last surveyed: 8th March 2018

HE Reference: 1045714

2012 risk level: 3A (At Risk)

2020 risk level: D (Slow decay, solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Educational use

Description: Dam, consisting of sluice gates, walls, boat house and railings. 18th century, altered late 1872. Dressed coursed rubble, ashlar, iron and red brick. Ashlar and dressed coursed rubble wall extending 170 metres around the south, east and north sides of the mill pond. Terminating at the south in a red brick boat house. 4 sets of sluice gates to the east and west. The machinery inscribed "Kirkland Engineer Mansfield 1872". Iron railings extend intermittently around the east and south sides, these are decorated with alternate spikes and fleuron. Designated: 12th April 1985.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Repairs carried out. However, sections of railings still considered to be in poor condition and ironwork is corroding with missing finials.

(13) 3 Chest Tombs at Church, Darlton

3 Chest Tombs at Church, DarltonGrade: II

Last surveyed: 12th June 2019

HE Reference: 1045727

2012 risk level: 3A (At Risk)

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Not applicable

Description: 3 chest tombs. 3 metres east of the chancel, early to mid-19th century. 3 ashlar chest tombs enclosed within a rectangular iron compound. The northern most tomb to Mary is coffin shaped and is dated 1818, the central rectangular tomb to Mary Ann Newstead is dated 1845 and the similar southernmost tomb to Thomas Newstead is dated 1842. All are decorated with stylised crosses. Enclosing the tombs are decorative iron railings set upon a chamfered ashlar base. At each corner is a hollow iron pier decorated with blind and open tracery. Designated: 12th July 1985.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Railings split, ironwork is corroding and finials lying on the ground. Ivy growth on tombs.

(14) Gatehouse Lodges & Gate Piers, Drakeholes

Gatehouse Lodges & Gate Piers, DrakeholesGrade: II

Last surveyed: 15th November 2019

HE Reference: 1045046

2012 risk level: 3A (At Risk)

2020 risk level: Not at Risk

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Residential (ancillary)

Description: Pair of lodges, early 19th century. Brick rendered, pyramidal slate roofs, single side wall stacks. Stone dressings, deep moulded eaves. Openings flanked by pilasters; matching corner pilasters. Square plan one storey one bay. Street front has single central glazing bar sash; gateway front has central 6 panelled door with rectangular overlight. East front has 3 bay round arched arcade with rendered square piers on stone plinths. Designated: 13th April 1977.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Repairs completed in 2013, well maintained. In good condition.

(15) 3 Headstones at Church, Dunham on Trent

3 Headstones at Church, Dunham on TrentGrade: II

Last surveyed: 12th February 2018

HE Reference: 1289459

2012 risk level: 3A (At Risk)

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Not applicable

Description: Group of 3 headstones. Dated 1729, 1738 and 1731. Ashlar. Arched, rectangular headstone inscribed "Here lieth the body of Mary B....oll who departed this life March 7 1729 aged 60 years". To the right is a decorative arched rectangular headstone with decorative incised lines under the arch and inscribed "Here lieth the body of Robert the son of John and Mary Wills who departed this life February the 19 1738 aged 10 years". 2 metres to the right is the third arched rectangular headstone with inscription "Here lieth the body of Mary the wife of John Bacon who departed this life M.... 2. In the year of our Lord 1731.". Designated: 12th July 1985.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Very eroded, inscriptions difficult to read. Lichen and greenery evident.

(16) North Gateway at Church, Dunham on Trent

North Gateway at Church, Dunham on TrentGrade: II

Last surveyed: 12th February 2018

HE Reference: 1045729


2012 risk level: 4A (Vulnerable)

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Not applicable

Description: Gateway. 12 metres north of the church tower. Mid-19th century. Ashlar and iron. Central small iron gate flanked by single engaged columns with moulded capitals which support an ashlar overthrow with hood mould and central cross. The columns are attached to single small sloping ashlar walls. Designated: 12th July 1985.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Some erosion of stone columns and underside of the ashlar overthrow. Extensive greening of stone.

(17) West Gateway at Church, Dunham on Trent

West Gateway at Church, Dunham on TrentGrade: II

Last surveyed: 12th February 2018

HE Reference: 1212606

2012 risk level: 3A (At Risk)

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Not applicable

Description: Gateway, west of the church tower. Mid-19th century. Ashlar and iron. Central small double iron gate flanked by single engaged columns with possible C14 foliate decorated capitals which support an ashlar overthrow with hood mould and central cross. Extending for one and a half metres and sloping down from the columns are single ashlar walls which are set on plinths. Designated: 12th July 1985.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Significant erosion of stone columns and underside of ashlar overthrow. Extensive greening of stone.

(18) Former Rectory (Honeysuckle House), East Markham

Former Rectory (Honeysuckle House), East MarkhamGrade: II

Last surveyed: 26th May 2020

HE Reference: 1223688

2012 risk level: 3 (At Risk)

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Vacant

Description: Rectory. Mid-19th century. Render over red brick. Ashlar plinth. Slate roof. 2 rendered gable stacks. Gables coped with ashlar. Single central blocked opening. Either side are single glazing bar sashes with 3 similar sashes above. To the rear are 2 storey wings. Designated: 28th February 1952.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Roof repairs have been undertaken. Windows have been removed and stored. Internal shutters were exposed for many years, but all window and door openings have now been boarded up. General vegetation, particularly evident to rainwater goods. Partial removal of render to elevations with visible cracking to brickwork.

(19) Eaton Hall, Eaton

Eaton Hall, EatonGrade: II 

Last surveyed: 14th February 2019

HE Reference: 1267102

2012 risk level: 5 (Vulnerable)

2020 risk level: Not At Risk

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Educational Use

Description: House, now college. Early 19th century with later 19th century extension. White painted stucco. Slate roof, hipped to the left with bracketed cornice. 3 large stucco stacks to the rear. The left 5 bays are set on a plinth. 3 storeys, 8 bays. 4 stone steps set into a paved platform lead to the single storey projecting bay with doorway. Designated: 14th November 1985.

Reason(s) no longer 'at risk': Repaired and well maintained. In good condition.

(20) Bramcote School, Gamston

Bramcote School, GamstonGrade: II

Last surveyed: 26th May 2020

HE Reference: 1223924

2012 risk level: 4 (Vulnerable)

2020 risk level: Not At Risk

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Residential

Description: Former rectory, recently a school. Mid-18th century with early 19th century addition. Red brick. Plain tile roof. Single left gable, ridge and external right red brick stacks. Dentil eaves. Set on a brick plinth. 2 storeys plus garret, 6 bays. To the left and extending for 2 metres is a 19th century brick coped wall. To the rear are extensive modern additions, not included in the listing. Designated: 1st February 1967; amended 14th November 1985.

Reason(s) no longer 'at risk': Converted to dwelling in 2014-15. Repaired and well maintained. In good condition.

(21) Pigeoncote at Church Farm, High Street, Gringley on the Hill

Pigeoncote at Church Farm, High Street, Gringley on the HillGrade: II

Last surveyed: 26th May 2020

HE Reference: 1156629

2012 risk level: 3 (At Risk)

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Vacant

Description: A pigeoncote from the late 18th century, of square plan, built in brick with a pantile roof and tumbled brick coped gables. It has a central stable door flanked to each side by a single 20th century casement window. Above is a central close boarded door, and above again are four tiers of pigeonholes. Designated: 23rd November 1984.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Damage to brickwork on west gable. Repairs also required to roof and guttering. Vegetation has increased from 2012 survey, particularly evident from eastern gable.

(22) Almshouses, Grove

Almshouses, GroveGrade: II

Last surveyed: 26th May 2020

HE Reference: 1212418

2012 risk level: 1 (Extreme Risk)

2020 risk level: A (Immediate risk, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Not applicable

Description: Early 18th century brick and pantile almshouses. Due to vegetation, architectural detailing is indecipherable. Therefore, the cruck truss, pantile roof, brick walls, windows and doors are not visible.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: In serious condition; the almshouses are completely hidden by vegetation. Sections of the building have entirely collapsed, most notably the east gable. The building has no road access, and it is difficult to foresee a positive future for these almshouses.

(23) Cartshed, Warreners Farm, Holbeck

Cartshed, Warreners Farm, HolbeckGrade: II

Last surveyed: 31st January 2020

HE Reference: 1267526

2012 risk level: 1 (Extreme Risk)

2020 risk level: Not At Risk

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Residential

Description: A cartshed, outbuilding and barn from the 18th century, all built of dressed coursed rubble stone. The cartshed is a single storey building of five bays with dressed coursed rubble piers, the right bay being part blocked with red brick. The rear wall has three buttresses. Attached to the right is a single storey, four bay outbuilding. The barn is two storeys, nine bays. Designated: 12th April 1985.

Reason(s) no longer 'at risk': Converted to residential in 2020. Extensive repairs carried out. In good condition.

(24) Barns at Woodhouse Hall, Holbeck

Barns at Woodhouse Hall, HolbeckGrade: II

Last surveyed: 3rd March 2020

HE Reference: 1223946

2012 risk level: 1 (Extreme Risk)

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Vacant

Description: This range of late 18th and early 19th century agricultural buildings includes a barn, a cartshed and one outbuilding. They are built of coursed rubble, dressed coursed rubble with ashlar quoins and red brick. The buildings have tiled roofs and a mix of fenestration with some shuttered openings. Designated: 12th April 1985.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: The roofs are in very bad condition with slipped tiles, large holes, portions of roofs missing, and uneven rooflines. Masonry cracks and repointing is required. Numerous windows are unglazed, and most gutters are broken. Vegetation is also an issue, both on, and around the buildings.

(25) Canopy to Former Petrol Station, Markham Moor

Canopy to Former Petrol Station, Markham MoorGrade: II

Last surveyed: 2nd December 2019

HE Reference: 1402678

2012 risk level: 4 (Vulnerable)

2020 risk level: Not At Risk

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Commercial

Description: The canopy is a hyperbolic paraboloid shell structure. It has sharp fins that point skywards while the sides sweep low towards the ground. Its form can be likened to a handkerchief, with two corners rising to apexes of 37 feet 4 inches above the ground, while the two opposite corners are only 5 feet above ground. At the dip in the centre, the height is 18 ft 6 in. The canopy is supported on its lower edges by four, simple concrete stanchions. The restaurant building does not have special interest and is excluded from the listing. Designated: 27th March 2012.

Reason(s) no longer 'at risk': Structure repaired and brought back into use in 2019/20. In good condition.

(26) Cartshed, Mattersey Hill Farm, Mattersey

Cartshed, Mattersey Hill Farm, MatterseyGrade: II

Last surveyed: 10th January 2018

HE Reference: 1273784

2012 risk level: 3 (At Risk)

2020 risk level: Not At Risk

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Residential (ancillary)

Description: This range of late 18th and early 19th century agricultural buildings includes a barn, a cartshed and one outbuilding. They are built of coursed rubble, dressed coursed rubble with ashlar quoins and red brick. The buildings have tiled roofs and a mix of fenestration with some shuttered openings. Designated: 27th November 1984.

Reason(s) no longer 'at risk': Repairs to pillars carried out. In good condition.

(27) Wall at Northfield House, Station Road, Misson

Wall at Northfield House, Station Road, MissonGrade: II

Last surveyed: 26th May 2020

HE Reference: 1045074

2012 risk level: 5 (Vulnerable)

2020 risk level: Not At Risk

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Not applicable

Description: House, late C18, brick, partly rendered, with C20 pantile roof. 2 stone coped gables with kneelers, 2 gable stacks, 2 storeys, 3 bays. West front has central plain doorcase with half-glazed C20 door and stained glass overlight, flanked by single plain sashes. Above, 3 plain sashes. All openings have rubbed brick heads. C19 lean-to rear extension, brick with pantile roof. Outside, C19 cast iron spearhead railing with 2 gates. To north, brick boundary wall with stone coping, approx. 25 m long: to south, similar higher boundary wall approx. 75 M long. Designated: 23rd November 1984.

Reason(s) no longer 'at risk': Repaired and well maintained. In good condition.

(28) Misterton Station House, Misterton

Misterton Station House, MistertonGrade:II

Last surveyed: 26th May 2020

HE Reference: 1045077

2012 risk level: 3 (At Risk)

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: ???

Description: Misterton’s former railway station was built in 1875. It is of gault brick with red brick, blue brick and stone dressings and has a slate roof. On either side are one storey lean-to buildings, of which the one to the right used to be the ticket office and toilet block. The former ticket office is of one bay and has a slate roof (of which the slates seems to be lost) with a single gable stack. To the right is the toilet block, flat roofed and also of one bay, with two segmental headed doors. Designated: 23rd November 1984.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: The former ticket office and toilet block are in a very poor condition, being partially overgrown with missing roofs. Extensive vegetation clearance also required.

(29) 7 Gringley Road, Misterton

7 Gringley Road, MistertonGrade: II

Last surveyed: 26th May 2020

HE Reference: 1045078

2012 risk level: 3 (At Risk)

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Vacant

Description: Mid-18th century detached brick house with concrete tile roof. Central 20th century half glazed door surrounded by single plain sashes with segmental heads. Brick and stone coped gables and brick first floor band. Attached to the rear is an 18th century brick pigeoncote with pantile roof. Designated: 23rd November 1984.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: The house requires maintenance, most notably to the masonry, windows and gutters. The roof’s condition appears fair. The rear service wing, Pigeoncote, and outbuildings, require repair and maintenance. Evidence of spalled brickwork and increased vegetation. Slipped pantiles also evident. Crack in brickwork above first floor window lintel on south side of rear service wing. Associated barns also in poor condition.

(30) Haxey Gate Bridge, Haxey Road, Misterton

Haxey Gate Bridge, Haxey Road, MistertonGrade: II

Last surveyed: 26th May 2020

HE Reference: 1302728

2012 risk level: 3A (At Risk)

2020 risk level: Not At Risk

Ownership: Unknown

Occupancy: Not applicable

Description: Road bridge, late 18th century. Ashlar with ashlar dressings. Single segmental arch with square imposts projecting. Ashlar parapet, rendered. Single square ashlar gate pier at north end. Designated: 23rd November 1984.

Reason(s) no longer 'at risk': Repaired throughout in 2018, including removal of vegetation and replacement of copings. In good condition.

(31) Access Bridge at Pumping Station, Soss Lane, Misterton

Access Bridge at Pumping Station, Soss Lane, MistertonGrade: II

Last surveyed: 26th May 2020

HE Reference: 1045082

2012 risk level: 3A (At Risk)

2020 risk level: Not At Risk

Ownership: Nottinghamshire County Council

Occupancy: Not applicable

Description: Access road bridge, c.1803, brick with stone coping, soffit and imposts. Single stilted segmental arch, curved brick parapet with stone coping, linked with boundary wall of south engine house. Designated: 23rd November 1984.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Repairs carried out in 2019. In good condition.

(32) Langwith Mill House, Nether Langwith

Langwith Mill House, Nether LangwithGrade: II

Last surveyed: 2nd March 2020

HE Reference: 1224043

2012 risk level: 1 (Extreme Risk)

2020 risk level: A (Immediate risk, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Partially occupied

Description: Late 18th century house, increased in height during the early 19th century, with later extensions. Dressed coursed rubble with ashlar quoins. Slate roof with stone coped gables and dressed coursed rubble gable chimney stacks. Two and a half storeys, 5 bays. Central doorway with panelled door and overlight.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: In new ownership from 2019. Repairs being carried out to exterior, including to roof, masonry, chimney stack, windows and render/pointing. All openings secured. Interior suffered fire damage in 2018, but being repaired. Building still mostly vacant, although now secure and should be in partial use later in 2020.

(33) Ragnall Hall, Main Street, Ragnall

Ragnall Hall, Main Street, RagnallGrade: II

Last surveyed: 26th May 2020

HE Reference: 1276446

2012 risk level: 3 (At Risk)

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Partially occupied

Description: Ragnall Hall is a former country house, probably the seat of the Mellish family. It dates back to the early seventeenth century with early nineteenth century alterations. The farmhouse at the front of the hall dates from the 19th century and is of rendered red brick with a hipped slate roof. To the right is the steep gable and one mullion-and-transom-cross window of the early 17th century hall. The main parts of the old hall survive as storehouses. Designated: 28th February 1952.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: The Hall and outbuildings show signs of neglect; however, it is recognised that sections of the roof have been repaired since the 2012 survey. Farmhouse roof has also been repaired in last 10-15 years. The farmhouse is occupied, the hall and other outbuildings are mostly vacant but used for storage of agricultural implements, and in poor condition with no solution agreed.

(34) Barn at Ragnall Stables, Main Street, Ragnall

Barn at Ragnall Stables, Main Street, RagnallGrade: II

Last surveyed: 26th May 2020

HE Reference: 1233877

2012 risk level: 3 (At Risk)

2020 risk level: A (Immediate risk, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Vacant

Description: The aisled barn at Ragnall Stables dates to about 1700 with 19th century alterations. It is of red brick and retains most of the original timber frame under its pantile roof. There is a single aisle to the east with the west side having a large doorway with wooden door. The interior has a purlin roof, six remaining main posts, wall plates and many other original timbers. Designated: 12th July 1985.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: The condition of the barn has significantly deteriorated from the 2012 survey; the pantiles have been removed, leaving the significant roof structure and internal timbers exposed. Temporary works to make the building weatherproof in 2019 have failed. The brickwork has cracks and timber joinery needs replacing. Roof needs repairing and re-tiling. Rainwater goods missing. Application received for residential conversion in April 2020, although without structural survey.

(35) 26 & 28 Grove Street, Retford

26 & 28 Grove Street, RetfordGrade: II

Last surveyed: 15th July 2019

HE Reference: 1045178

2012 risk level: 1 (Extreme Risk)

2020 risk level: Not At Risk

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Partially occupied

Description: Early C19. 3 storeys in brick with pantile roof. 4 windows, 1 modern, the others hung sashes with glazing bars, brick voussoirs. 2 windows to ground floor and late C19 shop front. Moulded doorcase with door of 6 carved panels, blocked rectangular ornamental fanlight. Round-headed passage entry. Designated: 5th November 1976.

Reason(s) no longer 'at risk': Was empty since 1960s. Recently refurbishment both externally and internally. Repairs and rebuilding where required. New windows and doors throughout. Mostly in use. In good condition.

(36) King Edward VII School, London Road, Retford

King Edward VII School, London Road, RetfordGrade: II

Last surveyed: 12th September 2017

HE Reference: 1045184

2012 risk level: 3 (At Risk)

2020 risk level: Not At Risk

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Residential

Description: Built in 1855 in a Tudor style, this school is made up of 1 and 2 storey blocks of red brick with ashlar dressings and Welsh slate roof. The walls are buttressed throughout. The windows are mullion and transom and a pointed tower sits above the central main door decorated with gargoyles, finials and the royal arms. Designated: 5th November 1976. Boundary wall to London Road listed separately.

Reason(s) no longer 'at risk': Converted to residential units in 2016-18. Repairs carried out throughout, including to windows, masonry, chimney stacks and repointing. Fully in use and in good condition.

(37) Church of St Alban, London Road, Retford

Church of St Alban, London Road, RetfordGrade: II

Last surveyed: 26th February 2020

HE Reference: 1391188

2012 risk level: 1 (Extreme Risk)

2020 risk level: B (Immediate risk, solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Vacant

Description: Parish church built in 1902-31, initial design and eastern end by Charles Hodgson Fowler. Perpendicular in style, the church is built of limestone ashlar and plain tile roof. In the western corner is an octagonal spirelet with slate roof. Significant windows include a rose window in the north transept, 5-light east window in the chancel, 3-light east window in the Lady chapel, and clerestory windows along the nave. Designated: 30th September 2004.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Church substantially damaged by fire in August 2008. Internal fabric destroyed, roof collapsed. No windows or rainwater goods. Shell of church survives. Walls scaffolded and site fenced off. Planning Permission and Listed Building Consent approved for residential conversion and repairs (ref: 19/00455/FUL & 19/00456/LBA) in 2019, although not yet implemented.

(38) 23 & 24 The Square, Retford

23 & 24 The Square, RetfordGrade: II

Last surveyed: 26th May 2020

HE Reference: 1045150

2012 risk level: 4 (Vulnerable)

2020 risk level: Not At Risk

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Partially occupied

Description: 3 storeys in red brick with Welsh slate roof with end stacks. Pedimented centre breaks forward with rusticated pilasters, which occur also at the ends of the building. Small parapet. Moulded cornice and rusticated ground floor. 3 windows, shouldered and shaped stucco surrounds to lst and 2nd floors, cills on tabs. 1st floor windows of 3 lights. Only the marks remain of cornices and pediments removed in 1960s. Designated: 5th November 1976.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Extensive repairs carried out 2019/20. Upper floors now occupied. In good condition.

(39) Stables to West Retford Hall, Rectory Road, Retford

Stables to West Retford Hall, Rectory Road, RetfordGrade: II

Last surveyed: 26th May 2020

HE Reference: 1179117

2012 risk level: 3 (At Risk)

2020 risk level: D (Slow decay, solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Vacant

Description: 18th century stable court, altered. 2 storeys in brick with Welsh slate and pantile roofs. One side has 4 windows and door and 2 windows with glazing bars and segmental-arched head above various windows, including 2 with Gothick glazing bars. Round-headed passage entry. Opposite side includes 2 carriage entries. 3rd side backs onto brick garden wall, with later storage extensions. Designated: 14th September 1949.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: The building is not occupied and is considered to be in slow decay. Window and door openings all boarded up. Vegetation is an increasing problem. Planning Permission and Listed Building Consent granted for residential conversion (ref: 18/00913/LBA & 18/00912/RSB) in 2018, although not yet implemented.

(40) Ice House at Rockley House, Rockley

Ice House at Rockley House, RockleyGrade: II

Last surveyed: 22nd May 2018

HE Reference: 1224429

2012 risk level: 3A (At Risk)

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Not applicable

Description: Ice-house. Late 18th century interior, 19th century exterior. Red brick. Pantile roof. Dentil eaves. Doorway with ashlar lintel. Steps lead down to a moulded brick archway and further down to a doorway with depressed arch. Interior has 3 arched niches and a barrel roof. Designated: 14th November 1985.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: The roof is in need of repair. Vegetation is a problem. Signs of instability in main sandstone space.

(41) Garden Seat at Serlby Park, Serlby Hall, Serlby

Garden Seat at Serlby Park, Serlby Hall, SerlbyGrade: II

Last surveyed: 28th March 2018

HE Reference: 1273915

2012 risk level: 1A (Extreme Risk)

2020 risk level: A (Immediate risk, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Not applicable

Description: Late 18th century garden seat, constructed from red brick, ashlar and stucco. Pantile roofs with stone coped parapets. Single storey, three bays with impost bands. The central, slightly projecting bay has a ‘Serliana’ with brick piers and ashlar imposts. The top of the arch is flanked by single recessed square panels with flat head cambered arches. To the side of the single walls are sloping parapets and single kneelers with stuccoed bands continuing from the imposts.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: The north pier has collapsed and lies on the ground. There are cracks in the south pier, and evidence of subsidence.

(42) Tennis Pavilion, Serlby Hall, Serlby

Tennis Pavilion, Serlby Hall, SerlbyGrade: II

Last surveyed: 28th March 2018

HE Reference: 1370366

2012 risk level: 1 (Extreme Risk)

2020 risk level: A (Immediate risk, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Not applicable

Description: Late 18th century tennis pavilion in the grounds of Serlby Hall. Constructed of red brick and ashlar with hipped slate roofs. Two storey, three bays building, with a slightly projected central bay. Evidence of glazing bars to some openings. Also referred to as ‘The Barracks’, as it was used by soldiers during the 20th century.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: The building is vacant, with the roof covering missing, exposing the masonry to weather and further deterioration. The structure is unstable, and scaffolding supports the walls internally. Glazing to window openings are missing with some timber glazing bars remaining. Vegetation is of major concern.

(43) Ha-ha at Shireoaks Hall, Shireoaks

Ha-ha at Shireoaks Hall, ShireoaksGrade: II

Last surveyed: 29th May 2020

HE Reference: 1370409

2012 risk level: 3A (At Risk)

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Not applicable

Description: Early-18th century retaining wall, sunk into a ditch within a landscape garden/park. This structural feature creates a barrier without disrupting the view; located 100 metres west of the Shireoaks Hall. Constructed from coursed squared rubble with ashlar coping, approximately 150 metres in length.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: The wall suffers from extensive vegetation cover with roots causing structural problems to masonry, partial stonework collapse, mining subsidence is evident.

(44) Yews Farmhouse, Main Street, Styrrup

Yews Farmhouse, Main Street, StyrrupGrade: II

Last surveyed: 19th September 2019

HE Reference: 1266718

2012 risk level: 5 (Vulnerable)

2020 risk level: Not At Risk

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Residential

Description: 16th century cottage. Refronted late eighteenth century. Red brick front on a coursed rubble plinth, probable complete timber frame. Pantile roof, two red brick gable stacks. 2 storeys, 3 bays. Central doorway, panelled door with moulded wooden surround. To the top right of the doorway is a small glazing bar pointed arched fixed light. Between this and the doorway is a wooden post rising from the plinth to the eaves, there is a similar post at the left angle. Designated: 12th April 1985.

Reason(s) no longer 'at risk': Extensive repairs carried out in 2019. Occupied and in good condition.

(45) Stable Block at The Mantles, Blyth Road, Torworth

Stable Block at The Mantles, Blyth Road, TorworthGrade: II

Last surveyed: 29th May 2020

HE Reference: 1222617

2012 risk level: 3 (At Risk)

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Vacant

Description: Late-18th century stable block, barn and attached buildings. Constructed from ashlar, red bricks with pantile roofs. Stable block has central 2 1/2 storey single bay, flanked by single 2 storey 5 bay wings. An ashlar central bay with stone coped gable and kneelers to the front with hipped roof to the rear. 1st and 2nd floor bands, tall elliptical carriage arch with keystone, arched opening in the attic and 2 round tie plates. The flanking wings, each of brick with ashlar quoins, have dentilated eaves and set on an ashlar plinth.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Section of roof is deteriorating, and vegetation growth on walls.

(46) Pigeoncote, Brookside Farm, Treswell

Pigeoncote, Brookside Farm, TreswellGrade: II

Last surveyed: 26th May 2020

HE Reference: 1233883

2012 risk level: 3 (At Risk)

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Vacant

Description: Mid-18th century pigeoncote, now store. Constructed from red brick with a pantile roof and decorative brickwork to gables, i.e. crowstepped detail. Dentil eaves band with a further raised brick eaves band, extends around gable walls. 2 storeys with garret in the roof space. West wall has a doorway with wooden door under a segmental arch. Above, breaking the band, is an arched panel with entrances for pigeons and above is a single owl opening. The east wall has similar doorway and single owl opening. Interior has nesting boxes and perches.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Roof and masonry continue to deteriorate, with a hole to the roof causing remaining pantiles to concave, along with missing ridge tiles. Failing lintels to window openings, missing bricks, and gable lean to east wall.

(47) Castle Garden at Wallingwells Hall, Wallingwells

Castle Garden at Wallingwells Hall, WallingwellsGrade: II

Last surveyed: September 2015 (inaccessible 2020)

HE Reference: 1224552

2012 risk level: 1A (Extreme Risk)

2020 risk level: A (Immediate risk, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Not applicable

Description: Garden wall with 4 projecting pavilions at the angles. Mid C18. Coursed rubble with ashlar dressings. Quadrangle plan, standing at the head of a quarry, with an embattled coursed rubble wall to the north, east and west. At the north east and north west corners are single storey pavilions, each with a single pointed arched entrance in their north walls. At the south east corner is a 3 storey embattled pavilion. The west side, first floor, opens out into the garden, with single central pointed archway, flanked by single, taller, narrower, similar arches. In the south wall is a single pointed arched window opening.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: In very poor condition. Stone erosion throughout. Vegetation clearance required. Partial areas of collapse. In need of extensive repair.

(48) Walled Garden at Wallingwells Hall, Wallingwells

Walled Garden at Wallingwells Hall, WallingwellsGrade: II

Last surveyed: 28th May 2020

HE Reference: 1266865

2012 risk level: 3A (At Risk)

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Not applicable

Description: Walled garden. Coursed rubble with quoins and ashlar coping. Quadrangle plan. Doorway to the east with wooden door, ashlar surround and keystone. Interior north wall, near the base, a stone with incised cross marking where Dame Margaret Dourant, the second prioress, is reputedly buried. The south west corner has coursed rubble lean-to with exterior concrete lintel. The east wall has single stone block with worn decorative moulding.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: In need of extensive repair.

(49) Camelia House, Welbeck

Camelia House, WelbeckGrade: II

Last surveyed: 3rd April 2018

HE Reference: 1224847

2012 risk level: 1 (Extreme Risk)

2020 risk level: A (Immediate risk, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Partially occupied

Description: A large conservatory for growing camellias. Mid-19th century, built of glass and iron. Camelia House forms a group of buildings with a set of workshops, and the entrance to one of the tunnels at Welbeck Abbey. A single storey structure of three bays, with decorative iron work and glazing. Each bay is divided by an iron pier and has three arched traceried fixed lights. The rear entrance has an ashlar wall with balustraded parapet and central carriageway.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: The building was noted as being at risk when it was listed in 1985 and has considerably deteriorated since. Sadly, much of the roof structure has gone. The remaining fabric is corroding with substantial overgrown.

(50) Ice House at Wiseton Hall, Wiseton

Ice House at Wiseton Hall, WisetonGrade: II

Last surveyed: 27th March 2018

HE Reference: 1045051

2012 risk level: 1A (Extreme Risk)

2020 risk level: A (Immediate risk, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Vacant

Description: Ice-house dates to c.1800s. Detailing visible from the exterior, which includes: a brick doorway, damaged segmental head, and partially rendered walls. Interior detailing includes: brick passage with 2 door openings, a domed brick chamber, and partially rendered walls.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Condition has worsened since 2012 survey. The structure is still unused and considered to be in very poor condition. There is a steel prop to the entrance, as lintel has collapsed. Missing sections of lime render to exterior. Trees and ivy cover the structure.

(51) Lady’s Bridge, Wiseton

Lady’s Bridge, WisetonGrade: II

Last surveyed: 26th May 2020

HE Reference: 1156858

2012 risk level: 3A (At Risk)

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Not applicable

Description: Lady’s Bridge serves the canal. Late-18th and 19th century in date. Architectural detailing includes rendered brick with ashlar dressings, single stilted segmented arch with ashlar soffits with centre keystones, ashlar coping with ornamental 19th century cast iron railings, and octagonal abutments and railing piers with ashlar caps.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: No noticeable change from 2012 survey. Corroding to railings, excessive ivy growth, delamination of render, and collapsed pier to the west elevation.

(52) 93 Bridge Street, Worksop

93 Bridge Street, WorksopGrade: II

Last surveyed: 29th May 2020

HE Reference: 1156199

2012 risk level: 5 (Vulnerable)

2020 risk level: Not At Risk

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Partially occupied

Description: House, now shops. Early C19. Brick, stuccoed, with hipped slate roof. Stone sills, stucco quoins to right only, plain timber eaves, 3 side wall stacks. 4 storeys, 4 bays. Facade has 2 C20 shopfronts, and above 4 plain sashes on each floor, those on the fourth floor being smaller. Later C19 rear wing, brick with slate roof, for industrial use. Designated: 1st April 1985.

Reason(s) no longer 'at risk': Repaired and well maintained. In good condition

(53) 106-110 Bridge Street, Worksop

106-110 Bridge Street, WorksopGrade: II

Last surveyed: 29th May 2020

HE Reference: 1156225

2012 risk level: 3 (At Risk)

2020 risk level: D (Slow decay, solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Partially occupied

Description: 108 & 110 Bridge Street is a rare survivor from the 17th century. Known as the ‘Eclipse Building’, it has an early oak staircase and a cruck trussed roof structure under a steeply pitched slate roof of coped gables with kneelers. Rendered frontage was rebuilt in the 19th century, featuring rusticated quoins, moulded architraves, wall banding, and coped parapet with modillioned eaves to the left three bays. Adjacent to the ‘Eclipse Building’ is the third bay, ‘Dukeries Café’, 106 Bridge Street.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Much of exterior to 108-110 repaired and repainted in 2018. However, majority still remains empty and interior and parts of side/rear in deteriorating condition. 106 is in poor condition due to extensive water damage, vegetation growth at parapet level, failing cement render and windows requiring repairs/replacement. Architectural features missing, including stone balustrade at roof level and large section of modillioned eaves. A high priority recognised by Townscape Heritage scheme; funding is available until 2022. Planning Permission and Listed Building Consent granted in 2019/20 (ref: 19/00501/FUL & 19/00502/LBA) for replacement of shopfront and conversion of upper floors into 9 residential flats, at 108-110, although not yet implemented.

(54) 124 Bridge Street, Worksop

124 Bridge Street, WorksopGrade: II

Last surveyed: 29th May 2020

HE Reference: 1045064

2012 risk level: 3 (At Risk)

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Partially occupied

Description: Built in 1760 (illustrated on a decorative downpipe hopper head). Constructed from brick with ashlar details, decorative banding, and parapet with iron balustrade. Sliding sash windows with rubbed brick arches and keystone, and a gabled dormer to the roof. A carriage entrance to set-back bay to the left; shopfront is flanked by Doric columns.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Poor brickwork to façade, window surrounds and rainwater goods. Overall, poor condition, in need of basic maintenance and repairs. Vegetation growing from gutter outlet. A high priority building recognised by Townscape Heritage Initiative; funding is available until 2022.

(55) Old Toll Bar Lodge, Drinking Pit Lane, Worksop

Old Toll Bar Lodge, Drinking Pit Lane, WorksopGrade: II

Last surveyed: 7th August 2018

HE Reference: 1156540

2012 risk level: 3 (At Risk)

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Vacant

Description: Toll house, early 19th century. Architectural detailing includes coursed squared stone, ashlar stone surrounds to openings, central ornate chimney stack, deep eaves, decorative rise and fall brackets. The building is single storey and has a cross plan form.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Since 2012 survey, masonry repairs have been carried out with some repointing. However, the slate roof has not been reinstated and the temporary metal roof covering is in situ. Rainwater goods have not been reinstated. Openings are boarded up. Chimney pots removed. Vegetation increased. Building remains vacant.

(56) Bracebridge Pumping Station, High Hoe Road, Worksop

Bracebridge Pumping Station, High Hoe Road, WorksopGrade: II

Last surveyed: 29th May 2020

HE Reference: 1370404

2012 risk level: 4 (Vulnerable)

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Vacant

Description: Bracebridge Pumping Station built in 1881 as a sewage pumping station. Designed in the Romanesque style, typical of Victorian industrial buildings. The engine house and chimney survive, although the boiler house has been demolished. Brick built with a hipped slate roof and decorative tall brick chimney stack with square plan ashlar base.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Building is vacant, but in a stable condition. Susceptible to deterioration through lack of glazing to windows. Vegetation requires removal in several locations. Isolated areas of brickwork damage, including on chimney. Cracked stonework on plinth of chimney. Various Planning Permissions/Listed Building Consents granted for conversion and extension, although not implemented.

(57) Barn and Stable at Lodge Farm, Lodge Lane (off Mansfield Road), Worksop

Barn and Stable at Lodge Farm, Lodge Lane (off Mansfield Road), WorksopGrade: II

Last surveyed: 29th May 2020

HE Reference: 1156602

2012 risk level: 3 (At Risk)

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Vacant

Description: Early-19th century barn and stables. Constructed from coursed rubble with hipped pantile roofs. Architectural detailing includes ashlar dressings, quoins and eaves banding. The barn range includes a 2 storey, 4 bay barn and lower stable range to the east, which is 2 storeys and 3 bays. To the right of the site is a mounting block.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Buildings require extensive maintenance. Substantial vegetation (mainly ivy) covers much of the walls and roof, hiding window and door openings. Slipped tiles have caused holes in roof. Re-pointing to masonry where required.

(58) Drive Wall, Worksop Manor, Mansfield Road, Worksop

Drive Wall, Worksop Manor, Mansfield Road, WorksopGrade: II

Last surveyed: 17th August 2017

HE Reference: 1156628

2012 risk level: 3A (At Risk)

2020 risk level: Not At Risk

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Not applicable

Description: 18th century boundary walls to one of the entrance drives to Worksop Manor. Constructed from squared rubble with ashlar dressings. Architectural detailing includes intermediate buttresses, rusticated gate piers with pyramidal caps at intervals. Approximately 200 metres long.

Reason(s) no longer 'at risk': Sections of partial collapse have been rebuilt, and repairs to masonry and repointing has been undertaken to sections of the larger boundary wall (left of drive when approaching the Manor). In good condition.

(59) 196-198 Newcastle Avenue, Worksop

196-198 Newcastle Avenue, WorksopGrade: II

Last surveyed: 29th May 2020

HE Reference: 1370074

2012 risk level: 1 (Extreme Risk)

2020 risk level: A (Immediate risk, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Vacant

Description: The site once consisted of a pair of cottages dating back to the early 19th century. Constructed from square rubble and brick dressings with a pantile roof. 2 Storeys, 2 bays and one gable stack. The rear once had a single storey lean-to extension.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Works carried out in 2015 to take down the roof which had collapsed and to remove surrounding vegetation. However, no long-term solution has been agreed. Vegetation still a serious issue. No doors remain, and windows are unglazed. The site is fenced off.

(60) Ice House, Gateford Farmhouse, Old Gateford Road, Worksop

Ice House, Gateford Farmhouse, Old Gateford Road, WorksopGrade: II

Last surveyed: January 2009 (inaccessible 2020)

HE Reference: 1156569

2012 risk level: 3A (At Risk)

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Vacant

Description: Late-18th century ice-house. Constructed from coursed squared rubble and brick with ashlar dressings. West entrance has brick stairs with ashlar lintel and inner doorway and east entrance has rubble ramp and similar lintel. It has a square lined chamber with segmental brick vault, approximately 5 metres each way.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Unused and neglected. Vegetation, litter, and vandalism are causing a problem to the structure. The structure’s isolated location in a woodland/scrub along with its vulnerable condition, i.e. potential fire risk, contributes to its ‘at risk’ status. It is most likely that the inner chamber will need recording and securing in preparation for a manageable decline.

(61) The French Horn Hotel, Potter Street, Worksop

The French Horn Hotel, Potter Street, WorksopGrade: II

Last surveyed: 29th May 2020

HE Reference: 1392412

2012 risk level: 4 (Vulnerable)

2020 risk level: Not At Risk

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Partially occupied

Description: The French Horn dates to 1906 and replaced an earlier public house on the same site. Designed by local architect Frederick Hopkinson, its distinctive exterior includes faience tiles to the frontage, smooth red brick and terracotta, sand stone detailing, timber joinery and rosemary roof tiles.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Roof repaired in 2012. Extensive repairs carried out 2019/20. Partially occupied. In Good condition.

(62) Telephone Exchange, Queen Street, Worksop

Telephone Exchange, Queen Street, WorksopGrade: II

Last surveyed: 29th May 2020

HE Reference: 1359555

2012 risk level: 4 (Vulnerable)

2020 risk level: E (Fair condition, no use)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Vacant 

Description: The former Worksop Telephone Exchange erected by the Ministry of Works in 1937. Constructed in brown/red brick in English bond with Westmorland slate roof (laid in diminishing courses). The original timber windows survive throughout the building, primarily of multiple-pane cross-transom and mullion casement types. Much of the original cast iron guttering also survives. The datestone on the front gives the date “1937”.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: The building is vacant with all windows boarded up. Planning Permission and Listed Building Consent granted for mixed use and external changes in 2014 (ref: 14/00620/RSB & 14/00621/LBA), partially implemented, although works not completed.

(63) Quorn House, 50 Watson Road, Worksop

Quorn House, 50 Watson Road, WorksopGrade: II

Last surveyed: 29th May 2020

HE Reference: 1045772

2012 risk level: 4 (Vulnerable)

2020 risk level: D (Slow decay, solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Commercial

Description: The building is understood to date from the late-18th/early-19th century and is thought to have once had an industrial use. Constructed from brick with a colour washed finish, ashlar dressings and hipped and pyramidal slate roofs. 2 storeys, 5 bays, and has an irregular façade with a recessed bay containing pilastered doorcase with moulded capitals and hood with plaque inscribed ‘Quorn House’. Two sash window openings are decorative bracketed sills and hoods.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Building is occupied as offices. Extensive repairs and maintenance required, including to paintwork and plinth. Window shutters on front not authorised. Planning Permission and Listed Building Consent granted in 2018 for rear extension and repairs (ref: 18/00932/FUL & 18/00933/LBA), not yet implemented.

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(64) The Chestnuts, Low Street, Beckingham

The Chestnuts, Low Street, BeckinghamGrade: II

Last surveyed: 2nd October 2019

HE Reference: 1045089

2012 risk level: New entry

2020 risk level: F (Repairs in progress, use agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Residential

Description: House, late C18, brick, pebbledashed, pantiled roof. Rendered plinth, moulded wood eaves, dentilated eaves at rear, coped gables, 2 gable stacks, stone cills; 2 storeys, 5 bays, L plan, central reeded timber doorcase with fanlight and moulded timber hood, containing C19 glazed door. Flanked by 2 glazing bar sashes with segmental heads; above, 5 glazing bar sashes with stone lintels. Right gable has single round-headed sash with Y tracery. Rear wing has 2 glazing bar sashes with segmental heads and above, single glazing bar sash. C18 barn adjoining rear wing, brick with hipped pantile roof, 2 storeys, 3 windows, has all C20 doors and fenestration.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Render failing and partially removed. Windows in need of repairs. Dams issues internally. Several unauthorised PVC windows/doors.

(65) Church of Holy Trinity, Cottam

Church of Holy Trinity, CottamGrade: II

Last surveyed: 28th May 2020

HE Reference: 1212380

2012 risk level: New entry

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Vacant

Description: Chapel-of-Ease. C12, C16, restored 1869 and 1890. Coursed rubble and dressed stone with ashlar quoins and dressings. Slate roof. Nave and chancel under continuous roof, south porch, 4 bays. Chamfered plinth, coped east gable with cross.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Structurally sound, but needs repair/maintenance, particularly important as the building is vacant with no use found. Bell mounting has failed, areas of erosion caused by cement pointing, vegetation on eastern gable penetrating under copings, damaged tile on ridge of porch roof. Lychgate (curtilage) also requires repairs to gates and side panels.

(66) Lychgate & Walls at Church of St Giles, Darlton

Lychgate & Walls at Church of St Giles, DarltonGrade: II

Last surveyed: 12th February 2019

HE Reference: 1045726

2012 risk level: New entry

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Not applicable

Description: Lychgate and walls. Mid C19. Ashlar and wood. Tile roof topped with decorative iron crosses. The lychgate has 2 coped ashlar walls each surmounted by open decorative wooden traceried and cusped panels, these support the gabled roof with decorative bargeboards and pendants. The west side has a small carved double wooden gate. Attached to the north is a low rock-faced ashlar wall with chamfered coping, this extends for 10 metres. A similar wall is attached to the south of the lychgate extending south then curving east for 50 metres.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Lychgate has scaffolding to support structure; however, repair works are necessary to make structure stable. Maintenance to boundary required, including repointing and resetting of stone copings.

(67) Cushpool House, Plantation Road, East Markham

Cushpool House, Plantation Road, East MarkhamGrade: II

Last surveyed: 2nd December 2019

HE Reference: 1223684

2012 risk level: New entry

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Partially occupied

Description: House. Early C18 with late C18 front. Red brick. Header bond. Hipped pantiled roof. 2 outer red brick stacks. Dentil eaves. Two and a half storeys, 3 bays. Central doorway with panelled door, traceried overlight, panelled reveal and wooden surround. Either side are single glazing bar sashes with 3 similar sashes above and 3 similar, smaller sashes on the top floor. To the rear is a lower early C18 2 storey, 5 bay range with altered openings.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Brickwork damage caused by extensive use of cement pointing. Windows require repairs, especially cills.

(68) Grove War Memorial and Steps, Main Street, Grove

Grove War Memorial and Steps, Main Street, GroveGrade: II

Last surveyed: 26th May 2020

HE Reference: 1421788

2012 risk level: New entry

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Unknown

Occupancy: Not applicable

Description: The memorial comprises a medieval-style granite cross, its elaborated cross-head set on a collar atop a heptagonal column, which at its base splays outwards onto a heptagonal plinth. An inscription is incised onto three of the plinth’s seven faces. It reads TO THE GLORY OF GOD/ AND IN HONOUR OF THOSE WHO SERVED/ IN THE GREAT WAR ON LAND AND SEA/ 1914-1918. No names are recorded. The memorial stands on a grassy knoll; it is approached by two flights of stone-flagged steps which are included in the listing.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Both sets of stone steps require extensive repair, with some also needing replacement. Many are dislodged and slipping down the bank due to roots from adjacent trees. Surrounding stone flagstones broken and dislodged. Memorial also covered in lichen. Bank shows evidence of erosion.

(69) Boat House, Serlby Park, Serlby

Boat House, Serlby Park, SerlbyGrade: II

Last surveyed: 28th March 2018

HE Reference: 1273928

2012 risk level: New entry

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Not applicable

Description: Boat house. Early C19. Ashlar base and rendered brick. Hipped slate roof projecting over the eaves. Single storey with 2 storey lake side. Canted end with central doorway with wooden door and pointed, arched, traceried overlight. Flanked by single pointed, arched, traceried fixed lights. The lake side has a large flat headed opening. Above is a doorway with half glazed door and pointed, arched, overlight with glazing bars. All lights lack glazing.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: The building is in fair condition; however, the render requires repairs, with brickwork exposed. Substantial moss to the roof, which can cause moisture retention, although a seasonal brushing down will help to control excessive build-up. Vegetation removal and joinery repairs are also necessary.

(70) 9 Market Place, Retford

9 Market Place, RetfordGrade: II

Last surveyed: 28th May 2020

HE Reference: 1370354

2012 risk level: New entry

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Partially occupied

Description: Late C18. 3 storeys in red brick with new roof and moulded eaves cornice. 3 first floor windows with moulded surrounds and modern glazing. 2 outer windows to top floor have tabs, centre window shouldered. Modern ground floor shop fronts.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Upper floors vacant and requiring internal repairs. Windows all require repairs including missing glass and damaged glazing bars and cills. Window surrounds in poor condition and some repointing required.

(71) Gothic Cottage, Little Lane, Retford

Gothic Cottage, Little Lane, RetfordGrade: II

Last surveyed: 28th May 2020

HE Reference: 1045133

2012 risk level: New entry

2020 risk level: E (Under repair, no user identified)

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Partially occupied

Description: House. 1834. Brick with terracotta details. Pantile roof, with terra- cotta coped gables and 2 brick gable stacks. Main front, 2 storey, 3 bay, painted white. Central doorway, in slightly projecting porch with tile roof, pointed moulded arched doorway with plank door and Gothick tracery fan light, flanked by gabled buttresses topped by finials. Above a coat-of-arms and ornate decoration to the eaves, plus a shield inscribed 1834. Either side are pointed arched windows in moulded surrounds, with Gothick glazing bar sashed with ornate hoods and aprons. Above 3 similar pointed arched windows, the central one flanked by projecting, canopied niches containing statutes. Gothick traceried eaves band.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: Failing paint across frontage, areas of brickwork damage.

(72) Drakeholes Inn (White Swan), Drakeholes

Drakeholes Inn (White Swan), DrakeholesGrade: II

Last surveyed: 28th May 2020

HE Reference: 1302662 

2012 risk level: New entry 

2020 risk level: C (Slow decay, no solution agreed) 

Ownership: Private

Occupancy: Commercial

Description: Inn, late C18, brick with plain tile roof. Rendered plinth, sill band, first floor band dentilated eaves, hipped roofs. 3 rear wall stacks, single large ridge stack, ridge stack on rear range, 3 storey central block flanked by 2 storey and single storey wings: 5 bays. Projecting central canted bay has heavily rusticated opening with C20 door, flanked by single C20 glazing bar casements in rubbed brick heads. Above, central glazing bar sash flanked by single glazing bar casements all in round headed openings. Above again, 3 smaller glazing bar casements. Flanking 2 storey wings. have single glazing bar sashes and above single glazing bar casements in rubbed brick heads. Single storey wings each have 2 glazing bar casements. To left C20 brick link with canted brick porch adjoining C19 outbuilding, brick with pantile roof, 2 storeys, 3 windows. Symmetrical front with 2 glazing bar French windows in segmental heads; above 3 glazing bar casements with segmental heads.

Reason(s) for 'at risk' status: In recent years the building has remained vacant and fallen into disrepair. Some windows are smashed, others are boarded up, along with some door openings. The site is overgrown causing discolouration to rendered elevations with neglect to boundary treatments. Planning permission and Listed Building Consent was granted in 2017 for alterations and refurbishment (ref: 17/00549/FUL & 17/00550/LBA) but was not implemented. The property was sold in May 2019. The Local Planning Authority can provide new owners with advice regarding relevant site history and would welcome any correspondence.


Last Updated on Thursday, June 9, 2022