Dudley Town Hall and Council House - A Dudley & West Midlands Gem!

Two civic buildings in Dudley. Dudley Town Hall is a Grade II* listed building, built from 1924-28. While Dudley Council House is Grade II listed built 1934-35. 

Where is Dudley Town Hall and Council House?

Dudley Town Hall at St James's Road, Dudley, DY1 1HP and Dudley Council House at 1 Priory Road, Dudley, DY1 1HJ. Both buildings also on Priory Street.


In brief - Dudley Town Hall

The Town Hall in Dudley also included a Coroner's Court, former Sessions Court and the Brooke Robinson Museum. Built from 1924 to 1928 to the designs of Harvey and Wicks, it includes a Memorial Clock Tower and former Magistrates' Court. A Grade II* listed building from 2010.

Dudley Town HallDudley Town Hall (December 2022). Photography by Elliott Brown



In brief - Dudley Council House

The Council is a Civic building in Dudley including a council chamber, committee rooms and office for various departmetns of Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council. Was built from 1934 to 1935 to the designs of W Alexander Harvey and H Graham Wicks. Built by John Dallow & Sons, with sculptural decoration by Walter Gilbert and William Bloye. A Grade II listed building from 2010.

Dudley Council HouseDudley Council House (December 2022). Photography by Elliott Brown

Project dates

30 Jan 2024 - On-going


History & heritage, Civic pride, Classic Architecture


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