Site Event/Activity record ESF23542 - Historic Building Recording - Friends Meeting House, Waterloo Avenue, Leiston

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Grid reference Centred TM 4430 6259 (48m by 63m)
Map sheet TM46SW



Architectural History Practice Ltd


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Historic building recording was carried out on a Religious Society of Friends meeting house to determine the historical, aesthetic and communal value of the site and its archaeological potential (S1). Project status: Complete Yes, Validated Yes Previous/Future Work: Previous No, Future No Associated Identifiers: Sitecode 6350 NMR No. 1601324 Project Type: Building Recording Methods and Techniques: 'Photographic Survey', 'Survey/Recording Of Fabric/Structure' Reason for Investigation: Research Site status: Conservation Area Current Land use: Other 2 - In use as a building PROJECT LOCATION Area 200 Square metres Grid Reference: TM4224990398 Point PROJECT CREATOR(S) Organisation: The Architectural History Practice Ltd Brief originator: English Heritage/Department of Environment Design originator: The Architectural History Practice Director/Manager: Marion Barter Supervisor: Neil Burton DIGITAL ARCHIVE Recipient: Architectural History Practice Contents: 'Survey' Media: 'Images raster / digital photography' PAPER ARCHIVE Notes: A4 report in PDF only BIBLIOGRAPHY Publication Type: Grey literature (unpublished document/manuscript) Title: Friends Meeting House, Beccles, historic building record Author(s)/Editor(s): Burton, N. Date: 2014 Issuer/Publisher: Architectural History Practice Place of Issue or Publication: London

Sources/Archives (1)

  • --- Unpublished document: Derrick, A. 2014. Friends Meeting House, Leiston: Historic Building Recording.

Related Monuments/Buildings (1)

  • Friends Meeting House dated to 1860 with adjacent burial ground. (Building)

Record last edited

Aug 2 2022 4:45PM

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