List number: 1024922
List grade: 2
Tyne & Wear HER: 8868
Post code: NE1 1JF
Grid ref: NZ2489664022

No. 2 Collingwood Street


5 Collingwood Street

The Northern Assurance Building (No. 2 Collingwood Street, Newcastle) was built in 1878 by Austin, Johnson & Hicks [1]. It is located on the corner of Collingwood Street and Groat Market. It is built in Palladian (Italian) style with distinctive  serpentine balconies. It is a Grade 2 Listed building. Northern Assurance was established in 1836. Today the building is offices for a number of businesses in finance, recruitement and other areas.  NE1 1JF

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2 Collingwood Street, NE1

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Detail of Northern Assurance Buildings, Collingwood Street, Newcastle

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Northern Assurance Buildings, Collingwood Street, Newcastle

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Tyne and Wear HER(8868): Newcastle, Collingwood Street, No.2 (Northern Assurance)
- "Offices. 1878 by Austin, Johnson and Hicks; later rear addition. Sandstone ashlar with granite plinth and doorcase; graduated dark slate roof. Palladian style. 3 storeys and attics; 7 bays. Rusticated ...

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Corner of Collingwood Street and Groat Market

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NORTHERN ASSURANCE BUILDINGS, 2, COLLINGWOOD STREET

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