Applications to Re-occupy: George Street

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Post 03 Feb 1931

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Applications to Re-occupy: George 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 George Street, dated between 11 March 1931 and 16 March 1931 including:
House owned by Chas Vigor Brown, occupied by same, house number 8. Application number 2153.
House owned by J Emily A Bull, occupied by same, house number 5. Application number 2793.
House owned by J Allan Berry, occupied by E H J Berry, house number 2. Application number 936.
House owned by John Vigor Brown, occupied by same, house number 6 Application number 2153.
House owned by R M Chadwick, occupied by same, house number 9. Application number 600.
House owned by R S M Chadwick, occupied by same, house number 9. Application number 2986.
House owned by W H Jones, occupied by same, house number 1. Application number 654.
House owned by L S McClurg, occupied by same, house number 2. Application number 276.
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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, 73015

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