It is adjacent to a more recent church in Station Road. St Catherine's Terrace , Hove. Grade II listed 1. South side numbered 1 August 1. Renumbered including Eastern Quadrant 17 January 2. Church of St George the Martyr was designed by Charles Augustin Busby for Thomas Kemp , who financed it as an investment to earn revenue from pew rents.
It was consecrated on 30 December The church's silver was donated by Queen Adelaide , consort of William IV, who was a regular member of the congregation. With seating capacity of 1,, it is used for concerts as well as religious services. The church is Grade II listed 3 , as are two lampposts by the west entrance 4. It has bas relief friezes on the return in Montague Place , the lower one featuring a cow. Grade II listed 5. It was the home of Henry Abbey in the s.
The adjacent Sassoon Mausoleum in Paston Place was annexed in It closed in and was taken over by Brighton College. St Helen's Crescent , Hangleton. The first council housing was built here between and on land given by Henry Abbey and Daniel Friend on the occasion of Queen Victoria's diamond jubilee in December Numbered 19 October 1. Built on site of Little St James's Street slums.
Numbered 6 September 1. A passage leading off George Street to two houses of c Original proposed name for Inwood Crescent. Row of six houses built reached through a narrow passage from St James's Street. Number of properties in 5. All six are Grade II listed 1 , as are lamp posts in front of and 4 2. Ba — 1 HE 2 HE , Short cul-de-sac turning with 13 terraced houses off Wellington Road. Established s, following the line of the leak way access lane for the farm land across the middle of Little Laine and into East Laine.
The church of that name was built after the street was so named. Number of properties in Apparently renumbered between and , unchanged to c50, then adding four until from c70 numbers increase by Now Mind charity shop. Now St James's Dental Centre. Grade II listed 3. Grade II listed Grade II listed 4. Grade II listed 6. No has mathematical tiles. Grade II listed 7. Grade II listed 9. It was closed in and demolished September The site is now occupied by a Co-operative Society store and flats.
It was designed to accommodate worshippers, plus 44 children. Glass by A O Hemming. Formerly between St James's Street and Edward Street but truncated to one third of the original length by 30 St James's Street at the southern end and an office block now a University of Brighton building to the north. The mews is accessed from Ardingly Street. Original name of John Street 1. Marchant-Sicklemore map ; Ba 1 Brighton tithe map Council-owned storey tower block off Mount Pleasant.
Tarnerland Nursery School. The land was donated by Laetitia Tilbury Tarner and opened in see also Tarnerland. St Leonard's Avenue , Portslade. St Leonard's Gardens , Portslade. Numbered 5 June 1. The lamppost in front of no 2 is Grade II listed 2. Another listed lamppost on the corner of St Luke's Terrace 3 has been removed. Luke's Middle School [sic], St. Luke's First School [sic]. Numbered 3 March 1. Lampposts outside no 23, no 41 and opposite the swimming baths are Grade II listed 2.
St Luke's Pool was designed by Thomas Simpson and built Grade II listed, as are the walls and railings 4. Walls and railings to the school, pool and caretaker's house are Grade II listed 6. Originally called Regency Cottages , after nearby Regency Square , the name was changed to that of the chapel formerly at the west end. Completed about Numbered April 1. St Margaret's chapel of ease formerly at the west end was built by banker, actor, journalist and speculator Barnard Gregory, and named by him after his wife Margaret.
The foundation stone was laid on 15 May , and the chapel opened for worship on 26 December ; it was declared redundant in and demolished in , when the bell, Oregon pine pews and choir stalls were removed to the Church of Christ the King in Braybon Avenue and the communion rail to London Road Methodist Church. Sussex Heights , a storey tower block that dominates the seafront, is the tallest residential building in the city at feet, 82 metres above the exhibition halls on which it stands.
Rev Arthur Douglas Wagner acquired land in this area, some from Charles Catt, for working-class housing. Numbered 18 October 1. The Bugle Inn PH. Gated housing development off Chichester Place, built on the former playing field of St Mary's Hall school, which was on the opposite north side of Eastern Road Built late s; 'now building' in Pa St Nicholas Court. See St Nicholas Road. Formerly known as Prospect Place. St Peter's Church , the parish church of Brighton since , was designed by Sir Charles Barry , architect of the Houses of Parliament, and built The five-light stained glass window in the side chapel, commemorating Edward Hoadly, was designed by C E Kempe and dedicated on 30 April 3.
The chancel extension, designed by Somers Clarke , was added in Cul-de-sac off Lynchet Close. Gap in cliffs at this point Saltdean Gap suggests former presence of stream or river; salt water? Formerly part of Newhaven Rural District, incorporated into Brighton in Former name of Mount Drive until 29 December 1. Saltdean Barn is Grade II listed 1. It opened in , was refurbished and re-opened in Saltdean Vale , Saltdean 1. Numbered 9 January ; , , in ; 31 May 1. One of four adjacent roads in the Fiveways area named after Kent towns see also Sandgate , Dover , Hythe.
Under construction by Numbered 1 October 1. Named 27 April 1. The street cannot be traced, is not listed in directories and cannot be found on maps. A farm dating from the late 18th century with its main buildings in Hartington Road , which became Brighton Extra-Mural Cemetery in Lewes Road in Part of the Glen Estate. Stoneham Portland estate. Built by Jabez Reynolds in and originally called Seafield Villas. One of four sequentially numbered avenues running off Kingsway parallel with and on either side of Grand Avenue.
In The Avenues Conservation Area. The rear extension is by Philip Webb 6. Three-storey apartment blocks, built c Renamed Bramble Way s? Name derivation uncertain but could be from Sedgwick Park, near Horsham. Cul-de-sac of timber-framed self-build houses off Vines Cross Road , built in Listed to no 29 and 'Houses building' in Pa Numbered 6 September , supplementary numbering 19 January 1. Numbered 26 June 2.
Cul-de-sac off Whitehawk Way. Numbered 3 August 1. Selsfield Drive , West Moulsecoomb. Hawkridge Court is a block of 30 council flats on the Bates Estate , on a former housing office site, built by Morgan Sindall and completed October Built by Thomas Scutt 1. The two sides differ in design, one side being amended from the original plan 2. A village name from the Wiltshire estates of the Stanford family, which owned the land on which the road was built.
Numbered March 1. Cul-de-sac at northern end. Seymour was the family name of the Dukes of Somerset ; the 7th Duke was the 1st Earl of Egremont, whose title passed to is nephew Charles Wyndham. Part numbered 10 April 1. London Road Station.
Opened October In the Poet's Corner district, this street is named after William Shakespeare Under construction in Open downland that was used for landfill from , increasing significantly in volume from Used for the First World War grave site in the film Oh!
What a Lovely War Shelldale Crescent , Portslade. Local field name. Eight pairs of inter-war years semi-detached houses built around a square with converging triangular rear gardens. Housing was built from on a field adjacent to Withdean Stadium that had this name since the 18th century. Numbered 2 October 1. Built late s? Original name of the western section of Sheridan Terrace. Hove Mortuary was off the north-west corner, adjacent to the railway line. Salvation Army Barracks were off the north-east corner.
In the Poet's Corner district, this street is named after dramatist, essayist and politician Richard Brinsley Sheridan The section running east to west between Sheridan Road and Sheridan Street was added in the late s. One of the earliest streets in Brighton, bisecting the old town north south. The northern part was originally an undeveloped space called the Hempshares.
Formerly copyhold of the manor of Atlingworth. It was almost completely developed by with 70 houses, to which only another four were added by Renamed in the late 18th century after the inn. A number of the buildings may be refacing of earlier houses. The narrow north end was called Ship Street Lane. Much favoured by solicitors at 14 addresses in Renumbered 7 June 1. Here Rev F W Robertson preached , as marked by a plaque. It was attended by the Indian poet and philosopher Rabindranath Tagore in the s.
The bays are faced with mathematical tiles. Faced in flint and brick. It had an Irish theme as Flanagans and then O'Neil's from the s but reverted to its heritage in the new century. An extension of c was incorporated into the main building of c The excise office was on the corner of Prince Albert Street.
It closed in ? Here is Ship Street Court. Currently a coffee house. The tiles-in-iron-frame street name was reinstated in It was also the childhood home of his daughters Clementina and Constance. Grade II listed 15 59 has the date painted above the door. The meetiong house was altered in and The burial ground closed in and an adult school, possibly designed by Holford and Clayton , was added in and the entrance to the building modified. Here is Black Lion Lane. The Ship Street frontage dates from c Niccolo Paganini gave a concert in the ballroom in At 40 later between 52 and 53 Ship Street.
No thoroughfare. No properties listed from Formerly known as Middle Street Lane. Among treasures is a 'labour note', the world's first known example of currency value related to work done. Build c The name comes from Anthony Shirley c , who inherited Preston Manor, which had been held by his late step-father Richard Elrington and bequeathed to him by his widowed mother. Stanford Estate. New road: 9 November 1. Layout: July 2. New sewer:June , July 3. Numbered c Layout: c, August February , January , November 1.
Shortgate Road , North Moulsecoomb. Built by A H Wilds. Sir David Scott bought the still incomplete development and commissioned Wilds to build Sillwood House as his own residence. Sillwood Park was Scott's estate in Berkshire.
The western side was a hotel until and was demolished in to make was for Osprey House in Montpelier Road. Sillwood Hall. See Montpelier Road. Previously known as Sober's Gardens and Western Cottages when the east side was built in the s. The west side was added by Thomas Lainson on the former site of Mrs Sober's garden c. Renumbered c. He painted the nearby Western Lodge. Built s. Renumbered 6 November 1. Olive Branch. Private road built by City Partnership Housing in on a former sports ground off Rowan Avenue as the continuation of Lions Gate.
Former Goldsmid land 1. Silverdale Court built after August 1. One of several streets off Carden Avenue with local Sussex place names. Singleton is a village near Chichester. Numbered 30 July 1. See also Mount Sion Place. Between Freshfield Road and Park Street. Sloane Court is now on the site. Hills Cottage. Park Villa. Early informal name for Withdean Road because of it sinuosity. See also Nizells Avenue. Davigdor County Infant School was formerly in Davigdor Road until the new school was built here in The pump house became his laboratory when he began film-making in and he built a 'glass-house' studio in the grounds c In he surrendered the lease.
The sculpture In Our Hands was made of 5, living plants and compost on a wire-mesh frame. It was designed for the Eco-Brighton project by Cliff Wright and Kathryn Jordan and constructed between spring and April at Stanmer Park and installed in Victoria Gardens , where it was immediately vandalised.
It was moved here early June See also Furze Road. The Dukes of Somerset family name: Seymour were related to the Earls of Egremont, and at one time the titles were held in common, the 7th Duke being the 1st Earl. Cul-de-sac off Wiston Way.
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