Townscape Map

145/6 High Street

This moulded concrete structure is currently an abandoned shop. The concrete is moulded in the style of continuous brick courses. The roof is tiled, and covers a penthouse/storage area. On the north side, along wellington street, there is a wooden roof access door, presumably a goods entrance.

The ground floor has floor to ceiling plate glass windows on either side of the sole double plate glass door. These windows wrap slightly around the North side onto Wellington Street. The first floor facing the High Street has four window areas. These are divided into six panels, which are further divided into leaded interior panes. The three shorter panels sit above three longer panels. The glass in these windows is painted white opaque. There is a course of two small penthouse windows sitting on either side penthouse floor. This floor is highly decorated with a moulded false balustrade and monumental earns on either side of the roof.

On the Wellington street side, there are floor-to-ceiling plate glass wraparound windows from the store front. Farther west along this side there are four leaded windows window. There is also a single door with a metal rolling security grille. Above this door is a decorate roundel, showing the former Marks & Spencer Logo. The first floor on the North side has five leaded windows of a similar style to the first floor, along with a similar leaded window on the west edge. The penthouse area has some moulded decoration, as well as white painted fascia board. The goods door sits in the centre of the North side, and is currently boarded up.

Period 20th Century
( Early 20th century )
Listed Status Not Listed
Within Stockton Town Centre Conservation Area Yes
Original Building Use Shop
( Shop )
Current Building Use Shop
Other Information

Previous Marks and Spencer store. Opened in 1927

Date of Survey Mon, 17 Sep 2012
Relationship to Adjoining Buildings

Abutted by N-6 to the south


145 - 146 High Street Stockton-on-Tees TS18 1LX

Heritage Fund