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Archive Reference / Library Class No.D2169
TitlePeak Park Planning Board
Date[20th cent]
DescriptionSummary of unlisted accessions
- Feb 1980: Files relating to transport policy in the National Park c.1950-74 (8 items); 1922 edition O.S. 25 inch maps marked up to show the results of the 1949 land use survey, carried out under the auspices of Northern Area Planning Committee of the County Council (2 rolls)
- Mar 1980: Further land use survey maps, 1949 (18 rolls) and other miscellaneous O.S. maps (1 roll)
- Oct 1980: Surveys, questionnaires, general report and summary, Peak District National Park, Surrey, Summer 1963
- Sep 1981: 5 maps of the Cromford and High Peak Railway
- Aug 1986: Files of correspondence, plans, reports and other papers concerning closed railway lines, particularly former Midland Railway, Manchester-Derby section, 1959-1983 and plans of L and N.W. railway line 1890
- Oct 1991: Photographs (12) 1960s
- Mar 1999: maps and diagrams re by-passes and road improvements 20th cent
Extent2 flat boxes 21 Rolls
RepositoryDerbyshire Record Office
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Archive CreatorPeak Park Planning Board
Administrative HistoryThe Peak Park Joint Planning Committee was established in 1935 with representatives from: Derbyshire County Council; Ashbourne, Matlock and New Mills urban districts; Ashbourne, Bakewell and Chapel en le Frith rural districts.
The National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act 1949 designated the Peak District a national park with the Planning Board as the administrative authority.
Custodial HistoryThese records were deposited at Derbyshire Record Office between 1980 and 1991
Organisation Sub-TypeNational parks
Related MaterialThese records deal with the activities of the authority in relation to roads and railways. For other records see D4721 and D5270.
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