Heritage Places

Heritage Place Details

LOCATION
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Address 32-40 King William Street ADELAIDE
Locality ADELAIDE
Accuracy L - low level confidence
Development Plan ADELAIDE Council
Polygon Type B - Building footprint
DESCRIPTION
Details (Known As) Beehive Corner Building
Registered Name Beehive Corner Building
Significance The Beehive Corner Building (1897) is a rare example of commercial Gothic Revival architecture in Adelaide. It was extensively restored in the 1990s. The building is associated with, and named after, the corner site which has been traditionally known as the Beehive Corner since the 1840s. Messrs Brewer and Robertson advertised their 'new drapery establishment - The Beehive' in the 'South Australian Register' of 3 October 1849. The Corner has long been a favourite meeting place in the City.
Subject Index Commerce (retail and wholesale) - Shop
Class State
STATUS
Status Code REG - Confirmed as a State Heritage Place in the SA Heritage Register
Status Date 05-APR-1984
REFERENCE
LGA Adelaide
State Heritage ID 11702
Heritage Number 1273
SECTION 16 INFORMATION
Section 16
PLAN PARCEL & TITLE
As listed in the SA Heritage Register
Plan Parcel & Title Information CT 5595/890 F166446 A94,CT 5595/896 D2857 A3,CT 5595/897 D2857 A3,CT 5597/657 D2857 A7,CT 5597/658 D2857 A6,CT 5598/711 D2857 A1,CT 6117/913 D2857 A11 & 2,CT 6117/914 F143601 A1 & 2,CT 6117/915 F143601 A1 & 2

Disclaimer

While due care has been taken to ensure that the SA Heritage Places Database accurately reflects the South Australian Heritage Register and listings of Local Heritage Places in Development Plans, the State of South Australia does not accept liability for the use of the SA Heritage Database for any purpose. Users should consult the Department for Environment and Water - Heritage South Australia to confirm the listing of State Heritage Places and the relevant Development Plan for Local Heritage Places/Contributory Items.

In the majority of cases, the maps of State Heritage Places on this web site show the footprints of the most significant structures on a registered Place. However, sometimes they simply indicate the complete area of land comprising the Place. Work is proceeding to further refine the mapping of such places. It is also important to note that development control is not limited to the registered structures but extends to their setting and structures nearby (what is termed ‘development affecting’ a State Heritage Place). Hence it is vital that exact details of the listed place and implications for any proposed development be discussed with Heritage South Australia staff, as they cannot be deduced solely from the information on this web site. The inclusion of a place in the SA Heritage Register gives no right of public access. Permission to visit properties must be sought from the owners. The accuracy of the mapping of State Heritage Places is not guaranteed. Please contact Heritage SA ( https://www.environment.sa.gov.au/topics/heritage/sa-heritage-register) if you believe there is an error.


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