Source/Archive record SEM8757 - DCMS advice report: The Pavilion, The Esplanade (S), Lynton and Lynmouth; 165134

Type Unpublished document
Title DCMS advice report: The Pavilion, The Esplanade (S), Lynton and Lynmouth; 165134
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Date/Year 2008
Historic England (prev. English Heritage) Designation Report 165134

Abstract/Summary

The heritage asset was assessed by English Heritage in September 2008. It was noted that the building had a group value with the adjacent limekilns, cliff railway and railway pavilions. The building had also been considered for spot listing in 1992. It was constructed in 1931 for the town council to a design by AJ Gibbs and was of steel framed construction, with timber cladding and an asbestos tile roof, and was two stories with a hipped roof. A theatre or assembly hall with a small stage was on the first floor, with an entrance lobby and small ticket booth. By the time the report was compiled, a kitchen area to the south (rear) had been removed following structural failure. It was decided not to add the asset to the National Heritage List for England.

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