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Northcliffe House Also known as The Daily Mail Building

 

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  • Northcliffe House, Manchester

Other Information

  • The original Northcliffe House was built to a design by Waddington Sons & Dunkerly in 1904, with the building restyled by J.W Beaumont to an Art Deco design in 1932. This included the extension of the tower into a prominent local landmark and the construction of a new spire.
  • From the late twenties, for the next sixty years Northcliffe House was occupied by Associated Newspapers and was one of the homes of the Daily Mail newspaper. This led it to be known locally as Daily Mail House. After they left the building it fell into a gradual state of disrepair.
  • As it was never listed, the building was demolished in April 2002 to some local outrage and is the site of 1 Spinningfields Square, the RBS headquarters for the north west of England.

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Architect
J.W Beaumont
Waddington Sons & Dunkerly
Demolition Contractor
Reddish Demolition

Reference Data

Reference No.
6575
First Uploaded
07-08-2011
Last Editorial Date
07-08-2011
 

Building Location

Address
46-48 Deansgate, Manchester. M3
Council
Manchester City Council
County
Greater Manchester
Region
North West
Country
United Kingdom

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Building Specification

Status
Demolished
Proposal date
1903
Construction start date
1904
Completion date
1932
Demolition Date
2002
Style
Art Deco

Pinnacle Height (AGL)
65.00
Roof Height (AGL)
42.00 *

Total Floors (O.G)
10

Market Data

Primary Use
Office


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