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Glossop Town Hall complex

Glossop Town Hall and Market were built by Bernard Edward Howard, the 12th Duke of Norfolk. The foundation stone was laid in 1938. Municipal Buildings started out as the open fish market part of the current market building before various alterations and additions over the years.

The Municipal Buildings is used mainly for office accommodation; the Market Hall still trades as a market three days a week; and the Town Hall was used as a public hall/venue but has been out of use since 2008 due to accessibility issues and limited use.

All of the buildings are listed and were the subject of an extensive public consultation exercise in as part of the Glossop Design and Place Making Strategy which expresses the aspirations of the Glossop public.

We would like to see these iconic buildings brought back in to community use and secure them for the future.

Following the submission of a funding bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund, initial plans showing possible future uses of the Town Hall, Market Hall and Municipal Buildings have now been released. View the plans and tell us what you think.

Town Hall and Market Hall history [41KB]

Glossop Town Hall Complex - Design brief taken from Glossop Design and Place Making Strategy [3MB]

Glossop Town Hall and Market Hall Plan [80KB]

Glossop Town Hall and Market Hall - Condition Survey Costings March 2012 [59KB]

Glossop Town Hall - Current photographs 2012 [1MB]

Glossop Market Hall - Current photographs 2012 [555KB]

Municipal Buildings Basement Plan [12KB]

Municipal Buildings Ground Floor Plan [28KB]

Municipal Buildings First Floor Plan [20KB]