Information on Bank Gate Mill

  • District name:Kirklees District (B) (code: E08000034)
  • Grade:II
  • Legacy system:LBS
  • Legacy uid:405962
  • Date of most recent amendment:Not applicable to this List entry.
  • Asset groupings:This List entry does not comprise part of an Asset Grouping. Asset Groupings are not part of the official record but are added later for knowledge.
  • Point mapped:The building may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.
  • Latitude:53.624003441908
  • Longtitude:-1.886325655749
  • Easting:7616
  • Northing:14169
Bank Gate Mill is valuable for its historical worth and architectural features. This place is located in Kirklees District (B) . It belongs to grade II of the Listed Buildings System categories and is registered under the UID number 405962. Apart from these sites, some other attractions surrounding this place include Slaithwaite Viaduct , Barn To Broadfield Farm Tanners and Number .

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Designation summary

This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Construction and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.


SE 01 SE BANK GATE Slaithwaite 5/16 Bank Gate Mill - - II Mid 19 century. Mill. Hammer dressed stone. Pitched stone slate roof. Coped gables to west. Chimney to west gable. Four storeys (3 storeys to north). South elevation: eight bays of industrial casements to each floor. East gable: central loading door to each floor with small access door to attic (lower two doors have stone surrounds with pronounced sills). Single bay of industrial casements to each side (two upper floors to north, blocked). North elevation (attic): six bays of 2-light stone mullioned windows with continuous band as lintel with one single light and one loading door to each end, with stone surrounds (door to west - later). Other floors have six 2-light stone mullioned windows and two single lights (blocked loading door to third floor - east end). West gable: two bays with industrial casements to each floor with iron fire escape to each floor.


Source: English Heritage