Building Recording for 22-24 High Street, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire (OASIS ID: carljuke1-404049)

Carl Jukes, 2020

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Introduction

Building Recording for 22-24 High Street, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire (OASIS ID: carljuke1-404049)

This Level 2 Building Recording has been carried out in accord with a request from Emma Hancox of Worcestershire Archives and Archaeology Services in July 2020. The report and associated archive follow the guidelines of a Historic England Level 2 Building Survey, "Understanding Historic Buildings - A Guide to Good Recording Practice". As expressed in the specification, this report contains the following:

  • A photographic survey, both internally and externally and are numbered accordingly on photographic plans
  • Photographic survey of any individual architectural features of significance
  • A description of the building's morphology
  • Map regression
  • Historical research.

A site visit was carried out in the presence of the owners on Wednesday 18th February 2020.


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