Manchester City Council

Planning & regeneration A-Z of Listed Buildings in Manchester

Listed buildings in Manchester by street (G)

The street name is followed by listed buildings on that street, the grade of listing and the date of listing. Buildings are regularly added to the list and others are sometimes removed.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

George Street

  • Nos. 35, 37 and 39a. Grade II. 6.6.94
  • Nos.39 and 41. Grade II. 6.6.94
  • No.63. Grade II. 3.10.74

Gloucester Street, City

  • Railway Viaduct. Grade II. 6.6.94

Gorton Lane, Gorton

  • North Roman Catholic Church of St. Francis and the monastic building attached to it. Grade II*. 18.12.63

Goulden Street, Ancoats

  • Former Police and Ambulance Station. Grade II. 20.1.92

Granby Row

  • Nos.61 and 63. Granby House. Grade II. 3.10.74
  • Nos.65 and 67. Orient House. Grade II. 20.6.88

Grange Lane, Didsbury

  • Moor Cottage, Beech Cottage, and the cottage adjoining and to the rear of Moor Cottage. Grade II. 25.2.52

Great Ancoats Street, Ancoats

  • Daily Express Building. Grade II*. 3.10.74. (Upgraded 6.6.94.)
  • No.29. Derros Building. Grade II. 5.5.98

Great Bridgewater Street

  • No.90. Lee House (extension to Tootal Building). Grade II. 17.11.87
  • No.50. Briton's Protection Public House. Grade II. 16.3.90

Great John Street, City

  • St. John's College of Further Education. Grade II. 6.6.94

Grosvenor Street, Chorlton-on-Medlock

  • Former Grosvenor Picture Palace. Grade II. 3.10.74
  • Nos.94 to 98 (even). Grade II. 13.5.74
  • Former Adult Deaf and Dumb Institute. Grade II. 3.10.74
  • Royal Northern College of Music Museum Building. Grade II. 6.6.94

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