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Report - North Wales Hospital - Denbigh - 2013

Discussion in 'Asylums and Hospitals' started by Choo Choo m8ty, Oct 22, 2015.

  1. Choo Choo m8ty

    Choo Choo m8ty Mr Reality Hacker
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    Cant believe this was never put up. I know its been done loads but this is a while back and if i remember all floors where intact also. Anyways this is my pics from here. When i first saw this place its an amazing building and was just beautiful . The explore went fine and saw all there was to see except nurse house and morgue place this was due to elwyn driving round.

    History: From wiki
    The North Wales Hospital (locally known as Denbigh Mental or Denbigh Asylum) is a Grade II listed building. Designed by architect Thomas Full James, building started in 1844 and completed in 1848. Once a hospital for people with psychiatric illnesses, at its maximum capacity it could house 200 patients. It is located in Denbigh, Denbighshire, Wales.

    On 22 November 2008, during work to renovate the building site and convert it to apartments and residential properties, the building caught fire; it was later confirmed that the main hall of the hospital was destroyed. Arson was suspected.[4]

    Currently on the buildings at risk register, The 2006 planning permission has lapsed. In 2011 the building was at risk of collapsing and no action was taken by the owners after an urgent works notice was issued, Denbighshire Council had no choice but to carry out repairs on the building which reached £939,000.[5] In 2013, Denbighshire Council voted to press ahead with a compulsory purchase order on the building. A three week Public Inquiry on the challenge to the CPO by the owner completed on the 20th March 2015. A new application for planning permission has been submitted by the Princes Regeneration Trust and would be implemented by the North Wales Building Preservation Trust once the CPO is confirmed and the site has been transferred.

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    I know quite old but some nice pics for you. Hope you like and thanks for looking. Sorry cant remember the exact month lol.
     

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  2. scotty markfour

    scotty markfour 28DL Regular User
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    bumped into elwyn a couple of times , second time we ran away like 8 yr olds ....lol
     
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