Record

RepositoryDerbyshire Record Office
Archive Reference / Library Class No.D1564/60
TitlePlans of suggested development of the Bridge Hill Estate, including proposed layout of new roads and other utilities
Date1937
DescriptionSurveyors: Richardson and Linnell
Scale: 200 feet to 20 cm (except D1564/60ii which is at 100 feet to 1 inch)
Extent7 items
LevelFile
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Archive CreatorStrutt family of Belper
Administrative HistoryHaving been the Strutt family home since the 1790s, Bridgehill House was demolished in 1930. These plans of 1937 show the suggested housing development for the area. As in other parts of the country, construction was delayed by the outbreak of the Second World War.
FormatMap/Plan
Physical DescriptionSize: all 94 x 120 cm (except D1564/60ii which is 55 x 80 cm)
CopiesA digital copy D1564/60iii and D1564/60v from this file can be viewed on the public computers at the record office. You can also view D1564/60v on Google Arts and Culture (see link above).
AcknowledgementsAdditional catalogue description provided by Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site Great Place Scheme project volunteers in 2018 and map was digitised externally with funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund as part of the same project.
Useful Linkshttps://artsandculture.google.com/asset/plans-of-the-suggested-development-of-the-bridge-hill-estate-in-belper-richardson-and-linnell/ZgFT3vMd_6ulRg
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