Sheerness windmill, Kent


Sheerness #2734

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NGR: TQ921746
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Great Mill: smock mill - surviving base rebuilt as residential/business structure

The brick built octagonal smock base which survived empty for many years was subject to a planning application in Feb 2006, in order to convert the base into one flat, with a rebuilt smock above for another flat, and an extension building alongside containing a third flat. The application was approved, and construction started later on in 2006.

Via documents submitted as part of the planning application, we learn:

Sheerness, 6 Nov 2006 © Luke Bonwick
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Entry in Mills Archive database - #2734

Entry in Millers' Tales - Overview and All Records from The Mills Archive.

Sheerness Windmill [2010-04-06] - HD

Chris Whippet

Sheerness Windmill [2010-04-06] - HD

Chris Whippet

Windmill Sheerness [2009-05-03]

PAUL FARMER

Sheerness Windmill [2008-06-25]

Michael Roots

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Wikipedia entry

News item: Sheerness windmill interview and news (20/2/11)
News item: Sheerness windmill rebuild badly damaged in fire (25/1/08)
News item: Ride's Mill, Sheeerness conversion (26/2/07)

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