Listing: mid C19. Included for group value
Comment: Queen Square was almost entirely rebuilt, albeit in a
piecemeal fashion, in the latter half of the nineteenth century. This building
maintains the Victorian atmosphere of the square and is typical of the new shops
and offices which a thriving and expanding service centre needed at the time.
The main facade is of a white brick which is unusual in Wolverhampton but which
fits in well enough with the neighbours.