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Results Found (16), Result Page (1 of 4)
Search Aspect ( Permanent Building Society )
Location - Leeds & District

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Adel Woods, War-time bunker (Adel)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows a bunker located in Adel Woods thought to have been used as a document store by Leeds Permanent Building Society in the 1930.
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Albion Street, numbers 96 to 104, at the junction with Guildford Street (City Centre)
Black & White image14th October 1928. View of number 96 Albion Street at the junction with Guildford Street, the premises of Leeds and Holbeck Permanent Building Society. (This section of Guildford street was renamed The Headrow after the road widening which took place in the 1930s.) At number 98 (Upper floors of 96) were James Charles, Land and Estate Agent, M. Scott and Turnbull, Solicitors, Henry Foster White, Accountant and Greenwood Estates Co. Ltd. At number 100 was Harry R. Howell, Window Blind Maker, at number 102 was William Allen Benger, Electrical Engineer, then at 102 to 104 was E.G.S. and Co. Ltd. Electrical Engineers, shop name Electrical and General Stores Ltd.
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Cookridge Street, Radission SAS International Hotel, The Light (City Centre)
Colour image2005. View from Cookridge Street showing the former c1930 Leeds Permanent Building Society Building recently converted to the 147 bedroomed Radisson SAS International Hotel. At the left edge, part of St. Anne's Cathedral is visible which stands at the junction of Cookridge Street and Great George Street. Park Row can be glimpsed at the right edge.
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Cookridge Street, The Radisson SAS International Hotel, The Light (City Centre) (1 comment)
Colour image2005. View from Cookridge Street of the Radisson SAS International Hotel, located in the 1930 built Leeds Permanent Building Society building. The White Portland stone and red brick hotel houses 147 bedrooms. It is part of a large development combinding old and new buildings for retail and leisure which opens in 2001 as The Light.
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Harrogate Road and Ring Road Moortown, Advertising Hoarding (Moortown)
Black & White image26th February 1932. Looking from the north on Harrogate Road, 4 1/2 miles from Leeds. A hedgerow has been partially cut away to reveal a free-standing advertising hoarding. This is for the Leeds Permanent Building Society, and depicts its newly constructed head ofices on the Headrow. Behind this sign is a small field. A stone wall can be seen, as well as two houses in the background.
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