No. 40 Curzon Street
No. 40 Curzon Street is a public house, known as the Crown Inn. The building is unlisted and appears to date to the nineteenth century. The building was in dire need of repair, with the frontage cracking in the upper floors and missing in parts, including missing stone lintels. The roof of the property was also leaking. A number of stonework repairs and reinstatements were undertaken to rectify the issues, as well as repairs to ensure the water-tightness of the roof. The property has continued in use as a public house since the completion of the works.
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- CATEGORY ALL , Derby PSiCA
- TAGS At-Risk , Conservation Area , PSiCA , Repairs , Unlisted