Applications to Re-occupy: Byron Street

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Post 03 Feb 1931

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Applications to Re-occupy: Byron Street.

Forms associated with applications for the re-occupation of dwellings damaged by the earthquake including: Application for Permit to Re-occupy, with house owner and street number; Signed authorisation for the Borough Council to enter dwelling to determine whether premises are fit for family occupation and to undertake minimal repairs; Building Inspector's Report, with handwritten summary of condition of dwelling; Sanitary Inspector's Report, with handwritten summary of sanitary fittings and drainage; Provisional Permit Only.

Forms for Byron Street, dated between 13 February 1931 and 20 April 1931 including:
House owned by K Condon, occupied by same, house number 1. Application number 2718.
House owned by J Johnstone, occupied by same, house number 4. Application number 2268.
House owned by Mrs Collison, occupied by Public Works Department, no house number. Application number 64.
House owned by Trustee Estate Donald McKinnon and Charles Dugald Kennedy, occupied by Mrs Driver, no house number. Application number 1186.
House owned by Police Department, occupied by Police Station. Application number 23.
House owned by Mr A London, occupied by Mrs Spark, house number 6. Application number 1197.
House owned by C Roy Spackman, occupied by R M Turnbull, house number 4. Application number 497.
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Media/Materials description
Several sheets of paper of varying sizes printed and handwritten, loosely bound in brown cardboard folder with rectangular hole in spine.
Measurements
Folder: Length x Width: 355 x 220mm
Papers: Length x Width: 335 x 215mm
Subject period
Subject date
1931
Credit line
from the Public Trust Office
Other number(s)
m98/62, 72742

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