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98% Street Naming and Numbering
Browser does not support script. Proposals to name or rename a new or existing building or access-way should be submitted to the Council for approval at least ten weeks before the premises are due to be occupied. Care should also be taken to avoid phonetically similar names in the same area (such as "Churchill Road" and "Birch Hill Road").
Bedford Borough Council

 
73% Highways
Highways Bedford Borough Council is responsible for the improvement, maintenance and development of the public highway network within the Borough, excluding the A1, the A421 and the A428 (from the A1 to the Borough boundary) which are Trunk Roads and are therefore the responsibility of Highways England.
Bedford Borough Council

 
50% Street Lighting
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49% Bedford's Big High Street Showcase
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47% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: 39 George Street Luton
39 George Street Luton George Street in 1901 - to see a larger version, please click on the image. The Rating and Valuation Act 1925 specified that every piece of land and building in the country was to be assessed to determine its rateable value. The basement ("poor") measured 20 feet by 13 feet.
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47% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: The White Lion Inn Bedford Street Woburn
The White Lion Inn Bedford Street Woburn 4 Bedford Street May 2012. The inn may have been either side of the gateway into the yard behind which is a normal feature on a old building which had been a licensed premises but is more likely to have been Number 4 because there has been a post office in Bedford Street since at least 1823 and this might always have been at Number 2. 1815-1847: Thomas...
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47% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: 2 Bull Street Potton
2 Bull Street Potton 2 Bull Street August 2013. The first floor had a drawing room measuring 14 feet by 11 feet and bedrooms measuring, respectively, 19 feet 6 inches by 10 feet and 14 feet by 10 feet.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
47% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Watling Street
Watling Street Watling Street 1907 [Z1130/60/16]. There are other early references to property at the side of Watling Street, but the expansion of the roadside settlement at the expense of the nuclear village did not occur until the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. In the early 18th century turnpike trusts were established which were given the right to collect tolls in return for maintaining...
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45% Flyposting
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41% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: 10 High Town Road Luton
10 High Town Road Luton 8 and 10 High Town Road June 2011. Directories for Bedfordshire were published every few years from 1839, for example, the beginning of the 20th century has directories for 1903, 1906, 1910 and 1914. 1931: Samuel Lees, cooked meat shop;
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