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Loomer Bridge, Chesterton

These houses on Loomer Bridge were demolished under the Housing Act 1930. They were described as being ‘unfit for human habitation', due to their 'bad arrangement' and a 'bad arrangement of the street'....

Plan of Slum Clearance Area 84 - Loomer Bridge, Chesterton

This is a slum clearance plan of Loomer Bridge, Chesterton. These five houses were demolished under the Housing Act 1930. The street was probably named after a bridge which formerly crossed over the ...

Market Cross Renovation, Newcastle-under-Lyme

In 2006 column was cleaned and the steps replaced. The Market Cross marks the spot in the High Street where a variety of weekly markets take place. The Market Cross originally stood in the centre of ...

Houses on Church Lane, Wolstanton

This photograph shows houses at 11 to 19 Church Lane, Wolstanton. In the background is the spire of St. Margaret's Church. Although the houses look to be in reasonable repair they were subject to demolition ...

Plan of Slum Clearance Area 83 - Church Lane, Wolstanton

This is a plan of a slum clearance area for Church Lane, Wolstanton. These houses were a subject to demolition following the Housing Act 1930.

View of back yards, Factory Yard, Silverdale

A view of the rear of houses and back yards at 4 to 6 Factory Yard, Silverdale. There are no walls or fences between the yards. These houses were demolished shortly after this photograph was taken ...

Front view of Factory Yard, Silverdale

Houses on Factory Yard, Silverdale. These houses were demolished as part of the slum clearances undertaken in Newcastle-under-Lyme under the provisions of the Housing Act, 1930.

Plan of Slum Clearance Area 82 - Factory Yard, Silverdale

This is a plan of slum clearance at Factory Yard, Silverdale, Newcastle-under-Lyme. In the mid-19th century there was a silk manufactory on the site to the side of the clearance area shown in red, hence ...

Plan of Slum Clearance Area 53 - Goose Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

This is a slum clearance plan of Goose Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme which includes houses at the end of Penkhull Street, which later became part of the High Street. These buildings were demolished due ...

View of backyards on Friars Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

This photo shows backyards of houses numbers 11 to 15 on Friars Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme. These houses and their back yards appear to be in poor condition, and 5hey wete designated as being unsafe ...

General view of Friars Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

A general view of Friars Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme. Some of these houses were subject to demolition, due to slum clearance provisions under the Housing Act, 1930. Cars can be seen in the street. The ...

Plan of Slum Clearance Area 50 - Friars Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

This is a plan of the slum clearance area on Friars Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme. In comparison with some of the other areas demolished after the Housing Act, 1930, this is a small area, only involving ...

General view of Hick Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

This photograph of Hick Street shows the cobbled road surface. These and others on Hick Street were the subject of demolition following the Housing Act of 1930. Some of the buildings are decorated ...

Goose Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

This photograph shows houses between Goose Street and Hick Street. These and others on Hick Street were the subject of demolition following the Housing Act of 1930.

Plan of Slum Clearance Area 47 - Hick Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

This is a slum clearance plan of Hick Street in Newcastle-under-Lyme. The houses shown were demolished under the Housing Act of 1930.

Plan of Slum Clearance Area 46 - Church Street, Chesterton

This plan shows the houses on Church Street, Chesterton that were the subject of demolition following the Housing Act, 1930. The names of the streets have not changed. This area is currently (February ...

Back view of houses at Dunkirk, Chesterton

This photograph shows the rear view 1 to 4 Dunkirk. They were located on London Road, Chesterton. The dilapidated state of these houses is clear in this photograph.

Dunkirk, Chesterton

This photograph shows a front view of numbers 1 to 4 Dunkirk. They were located on London Road, Chesterton. All of the houses were demolished following the Housing Act 1930.