Emm Lane, City Hall, Bradford Grammar & Saltaire

Location Information - Emm Lane

Bradford University’s School of Management & Heaton Mount holds a selection of historic and modern buildings, which have great interiors for period and modern dramas, including a magnificent staircase.

This fantastic location has various different locations on site and onsite car park.

Emm Lane

Location Information - Saltaire

The charming village of Saltaire was founded in 1853 by Sir Titus Salt, a leading industrialist in the Yorkshire woollen industry. The name of the village combines the founder’s surname and the name of the pretty river that runs through the village. In December 2001, the village was designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Fast forward to present day, and Salts Mill now forms the heart of the village. The impressive building is now fully converted and home to an inspiring David Hockney gallery, a superb selection of shops and some tempting restaurants and cafes.

Saltaire

Location Information - City Hall

Bradford City Hall’s first section was built in 1870, which included the courts and the astounding outside architecture, of the British Monarch’s. As Bradford continue to grow, so did the need for more space in the City Hall, leading to the extension been built in 1909. This included the Banqueting Hall, the Council Chambers and the new bridge which connects both the buildings. In 1914, the famous civic staircase was added to complete the build.

The Cells

Other City Hall Locations

The Courts

Council chambers

Civic Staircase

Location Information - Bradford Grammar School

Bradford Grammar School is one of the oldest and most respected institutions in Bradford.  The earliest records show that the school, sited close to the parish church, was already flourishing in the mid-sixteenth century.

In 1662 the school was re-established by Royal Charter as the Free Grammar School of Charles II at Bradford.

Bradford Grammar School