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83% Road Adoptions and Private Roads
Browser does not support script. Alterations to existing highway (Section 278 Agreements) In addition to the adoption of new roads, the Senior Project Engineer (S278 and Civils) is responsible for administering the process of making alterations to roads etc in the existing highway usually as a result of a planning permission.
Bedford Borough Council

 
81% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Private Education in Linslade
Private Education in Linslade Censuses and directories reveal a number of 19h century private schools in Linslade. H.J.Goodman, 24, unmarried, schoolmistress, Newport Pagnell [Buckinghamshire] Mary S.Goodman, 14, sister, scholar, Leighton Buzzard Edwin Goodman, brother, 10, scholar, Leighton Buzzard Which suggests that Miss Goodman was running a day school.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
77% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: 43 and 45 New Road Linslade
43 and 45 New Road Linslade 43 and 45 New Road October 2008. There is a convenient Stable and Coachhouse attached to the House in Mr.Fleck's occupation. Full details on the 1901 census are:. Jessie A.Freeman, daughter, 22, born in Woburn;
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
75% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: 48 and 50 New Road Linslade
48 and 50 New Road Linslade 46 to 50 New Road, June 2008. There is a courtyard at rear, with hard water pump, coal-house, enclosed ashpit, closet and walled-in garden. Gas brackets and globe Blind roller and fittings Dressing Room.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
67% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: High Town Road in General
High Town Road in General 20 and 22 High Town Road June 2011. The road pattern with its grid layout and frequent crossroads was not well adapted to the motor age. These are:. Goods access will be enhanced by closing the end of High Town Road, thus removing through traffic and allowing the road to be made over for delivery vehicles and other access purposes.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
64% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: 40 and 42 New Road Linslade
40 and 42 New Road Linslade 40 and 42 New Road October 2008. LOBBY, KITCHEN with oven range. BAKEHOUSE with 6 bushel oven and loft. The lot was then sold privately to Albert E.Deeley, the baker, for 1,100.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
62% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: 37 to 39 New Road Linslade
37 to 39 New Road Linslade 37 and 39 New Road October 2008. The new tenant was Robert Anthony Dunleavy, the station master , at a rent of 18 per annum [BML10/44/95]. Each house contains: . ON THE FIRST FLOOR:. The houses were sold to a J.Lucking for 540.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
56% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: 58 and 60 New Road Linslade
58 and 60 New Road Linslade 58 and 60 New Road June 2008. Number 60 contains similar accommodation, except that the Kitchen is in the Basement, and at the rear are Brick-and-Slated Wash-house, Coal House, Earth Closet and Ashpit.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
43% Local Land Charges
Browser does not support script. Before completing a property transaction a Local Land Charges Search should be submitted to the Local Authority in whose area the land is situated. Please see below. Access to information. These number(s) are in the following format e.g.
Bedford Borough Council

 
41% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: 2 New Road Great Barford
2 New Road Great Barford 2 New Road in 1918 [X65/102]. Most of Bedfordshire was valued in 1927 and the valuer visiting 2 New Road found it owned by Daniel Francis and occupied by his motor engineer son Cyril who paid 5 per annum in rent for this and his adjoining work premises.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 

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