Smiths Arms – Invitation to Comment from English Heritage

6 Dec


HistoryME

Direct Line: 01482 228452
EMail: annika.nickson@english-heritage.org.uk

06 December 2011

Dear HistoryME,

The Smiths Arms Public House, 37 Sherratt Street, Manchester

INVITATION TO COMMENT

Further to our previous correspondence, I am writing to advise you that we have completed our initial assessment of the above building to consider whether it has special architectural or historic interest.

I attach a copy of our The Smiths Arms Public House – Consultation Report, which sets out the factual information upon which we will base our recommendation to the Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport.

If you have any further information or observations on the consultation report which you believe might be relevant to our assessment we would be pleased to hear from you. You can send these to us by email or by post within 7 days from the date of this email. If you do not intend to send us any further comments we would be grateful if you could let us know so that we can proceed with the case. We will consider all representations made before finalising our assessment and making our decision. We will notify you of the Secretary of State’s recommendation in due course.

Please click on link for map of The Smiths Arms Public House Street Map.

If you have any questions in the meantime please do not hesitate to contact me, quoting our reference 469625. Further guidance on how to respond to this consultation and the type of information we are interested in can be found on our website at www.english-heritage.org.uk.

Yours sincerely

Annika Nickson

Assistant Designation Adviser – North
English Heritage
37 Tanner Row
York
YO1 6WP

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One Response to “Smiths Arms – Invitation to Comment from English Heritage”

  1. Arnie May 19, 2016 at 12:31 pm #

    Many Famous Film stars came to this Pub, brought by the Head Waiter at the Midland Hotel. They wanted to visit a English Pub. The Head Waiter was an Italian and lived in Clayton.

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