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Search Aspect (Grange View )
Location - Leeds & District

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Chapeltown Road, Grange Avenue junction (Chapeltown)
Colour imageUndated. Colour photograph of Chapeltown Road showing the junction with Grange Avenue on the right. A boarded up house at no.1 Grange Avenue is on the corner, followed by nos. 146 - 152 Chapeltown Road (148 being the Silver Tree Club). At the end of the block is no.2 Grange View, before the junction with Grange View on the left.
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Chapeltown Road, Grange View junction (Chapeltown) (1 comment)
Colour imageUndated. Colour photograph showing the junction of Chapeltown Road and Grange View. In the centre is a boarded up three storey house, numbered 2 Grange View. To the right of this are houses at 152 and 150 Chapeltown Road.
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Chapeltown Road, nos.164-166 (Chapeltown)
Colour image5th March 2007. View of Chapeltown Road showing a row of shops on the east side. In the centre are no.166, Independent Woman, hairdressers and no.164 a vacant shop. To the left is a fish and chip shop at no.2 Harehills Avenue while on the right is Khira Fashions at no.1 Grange View.
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Cowper Street, part of the Granges Enveloping Programme (Chapeltown)
Black & White imageOctober 1987. Image shows red brick properties in Cowper Street with scaffolding in place. The Granges Enveloping Programme was part of the Granges Housing Action Area and substantial external work was commencing on stage II at this time. This involved numbers 4-30 Grange View, 3-25 Grange Avenue, 3, 5, 11-27 Grange Terrace, 2-26 Cowper Street, 1-25 Francis Street and 47 Nassau Place. A third stage was in the planning process.
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Grange View, part of the Grange View Enveloping Programme (Chapeltown)
Black & White imageOctober 1986. Image shows scaffolding in place on Grange View, a row of brick built terraced homes. It was taken at the commencement of the Granges Enveloping Programme which, after, a long delay, had been recently approved by the Department of the Environment in London. Repair and renovations to the properties were to include roofing, guttering, chimneys, fall pipes, doors and windows, repointing and rebuilding of external boundary walls. A second and third phase were also planned for nearby streets, part of the Granges Housing Action Area.
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