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Urban District Council - special meeting to consider Farnham proposal

Loughborough Herald - 14th June 1900

A special meeting of this Council was held in Woodhouse Road on Monday, when there were present: Messrs R Thompson (chairman), T Chapman, D S Hack, T North, T Payne, T Pepper, J R Robinson and E H Warner.

Referring to the minute of the last meeting, the Council viewed the suggested alterations by Mr G F Farnham, in Meeting Street, enclosing a piece of land near Mee's yard and the pulling down of three old cottages forming part of Mee's yard.

It was resolved that this Council is prepared to accede to Mr Farnham's request to enclose a piece of land in Meeting Street, as shown on plan submitted by him, provided he consents to widen the road above Mr Bolesworth's house in Woodhouse Lane, between the Mill Field gate and Mr Bolesworth's farm buildings. This latter improvement to be shown on a plan to be prepared by the surveyor.

The whole of the members of the Council then proceeded to Syston, and there met Mr W H Simpson CE, who showed them over the sewerage works.

   
 Submitted on: 2009-08-04
 Submitted by: Kathryn Paterson
 Artefact ID: 479
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