Ref NoD4795
TitleFairfield Urban District Council and its predecessor, Fairfield Local Board
Date1841-1916
Administrative HistoryLocal Boards of Health were first set up in 1848 to administer services which related to public health in populated areas not covered by Borough Councils. Fairfield Local Board was established in 1858, though the first surviving minutes date from 1872 when the Public Health Act of that year designated local boards as urban sanitary authorities. Urban Sanitary Authorities became Urban District Councils under the Local Government Act, 1894. Fairfield UDC was absorbed into the new Borough of Buxton in 1916. These records were deposited in Derbyshire Record Office in Jan and Sep 1988 and were originally accessioned as D1323.
Custodial HistoryAcquired by Derbyshire Record Office in 1998. Added to the catalogue by volunteer JGF.
CreatorFairfield Urban District Council and its predecessor, Fairfield Local Board
DescriptionCouncil minutes 1872-1916, Mortgage registers 1867-1907, Building regulation plan register c1899-1930s, Tithe Rentcharge Apportionment 1841
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Organisation TypeOfficial Bodies - Local and Central Government
Sub-GroupUrban district councils
Local boards of health
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