Household documents relating to the building of Orrisdale, Long Lane, Dalton, Huddersfield
Household documents relating to the building of 'Orrisdale' by Norman Culley. These relate to Rates, Water, Cartificate of Approval and consent for a telegraph pole
Printed Fire Insurance notes from Halifax Permanent Building Soc Item
Dec 1908Standard printed information regarding Fire Insurance, Income and Property Tax to investors and borrowers
Certificate of Approval of New Dwelling House as Fit For Human Habitation Item
22 Oct 1909Certificate regarding property at Long Lane, Dalton, passed as suitable for human habitation. Issued by Borough Engineer & Surveyor.
County Borough of Huddersfield Rate Demand Item
29 Jul 1910Rate demand for Mr Charles H Ward at Long Lane, Dalton for £9-07-06 together with attached payment receipt
County Borough of Huddersfield Water Rent Demand Item
29 Jul 1910Water Rent Demand for Mr Charles H Ward of Long Lane, Dalton for £3-09-00 together with attached payment receipt
Letter re meeting to object to Rateable Value of Orrisdale Item
12 Oct 1910Letter from Huddersfield Union, Union Assessment Committee to Mr C H Ward to hear his objections to the rateable value set for 'Orrisdale'
Post Office Telegraphs, consent for 1 post, in private road Item
10 May 1930Consent form for Post Office Telegraphs to erect 1 post on 'Private Road leading to Standiforth Place, Dalton, subject to annual payment of one shillling'. Signed by Gertrude A Ward,