I was never really sure if I liked this building or not, which stood on the corner of Fulford Road and Kilburn Lane. It could be argued that it was an interesting example of an early 20th century art deco building, and it did have some nice brickwork features, but it was always going to be difficult to convert it to secular use after the Church closed. It was not listed and did not make it into the revised conservation area and there have been planning applications since 2008 which involve it being knocked down. There is now a new Eco house on part of the site on Kilburn Lane and according to the Press, two more of these Eco houses will be built (the second one is currently going up) as well as 'a new smaller church that will be built on the land'. As well as the pictures below, there is a short video clip I took on my phone on the way to work when I actually saw it coming down.