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60% What should I do if I wish to demolish all or part of a building?
Browser does not support script. Browser does not support script. What should I do if I wish to demolish all or part of a building? Further information can be obtained by contacting Development Services. Don't Miss.
Bedford Borough Council

 
37% Planning Application Forms
Browser does not support script. Application for Outline Planning Permission with all matters reserved. 16. Application for approval of details reserved by condition Town and Country Planning Act 1990 & Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990.
Bedford Borough Council

 
35% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Wrest Park 1770 to 1840
Wrest Park 1770 to 1840 The relative positions of the old house (blue) and its replacement (red). As Amabel had no children, the heir was Thomas Philip, 3rd Baron Grantham, future Earl de Grey (1781-1859), son of Amabel's youngest sister Mary.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
16% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: 28 and 30 Lake Street Leighton Buzzard
28 and 30 Lake Street Leighton Buzzard 28-30 Lake Street June 2008. Aris and William Claridge - clearly they were not almshouses but substantial town houses let to tenants and the rents used for the purposes of the charity. stood on the first floor with three more bedrooms above.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
16% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: The Ram Inn Bedford
The Ram Inn Bedford 51 High Street showing the entrance to Ram Yard May 2009. After Wales' death the mortgage was assigned by his trustees to Thomas Woodward and Thomas Vincent in 1722. References :. Bedfordshire Parish register Series: Elizabeth Cumberland, widow, innholder buried: 23 Dec 1759;
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
15% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: The Present Bedford Arms Public House Oakley
The Present Bedford Arms Public House Oakley The Bedford Arms March 2011. The valuer also commented: "Large house with good outbuildings" but a colleague, to judge by the different handwriting, opined "Useless House, much too big".
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
15% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: The Dun Cow Beerhouse Girtford
The Dun Cow Beerhouse Girtford The site of the Dun Cow Beerhouse lies approximately at the unused advertising hoardings centre of shot. The Rating and Valuation Act 1925 specified that every building and piece of land in the country was to be assessed to determine its rateable value. Outside stood a w.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
15% ePetition details
Demolition of Bedford Town Hall Browse all current ePetitions We the undersigned petition the council to demolish Bedford Town Hall Office space no longer required. This ePetition ran from 16/07/2010 to 27/08/2010 and has now finished.
Bedford Borough Council

 
7% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: The Prebendal House Leighton Buzzard
The Prebendal House Leighton Buzzard The Prebendal House in the 18th century [Z50/72/57]. It is all arch'd underneath and the Cellars seem dryer than usual". She was the friend and correspondent of Horace Walpole, Hannah Moore, Mrs.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
3% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: The Plough Public House Luton
The Plough Public House Luton The Plough in 1977 [Z50/75/159]. Sign at the Plough Public House 1977 [Z50/75/162]. After closure the old building was demolished; WB/Green4/2/19: Various loose schedules of deeds and documents: c.1954; C.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 

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