Hints from the Health Department. Leaflet from the archive of the Society of Medical Officers of Health. Credit: Wellcome Collection, London
[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Lewisham]
I prepared plans, estimates, and apportionments for paving and forming the following new streets:-
|Name op Street.||Length i.n feet.||Estimated Cost.||Remarks.|
|Parish of Lewisham.||£||s.||d.|
|Beech field Road||652||723||11||0||Not commenced.|
|Elverson Road (part of)||130||153||2||0||„|
|Ennersdale Road (3rd part of)||510||599||5||0||„|
|Howson Road (4th part of)||179||207||8||0||„|
|Hurst bourne Rood (2nd part of)||510||631||14||0||„|
|Ivydalo Road (1st part of)||700||737||9||0||Completed.|
|Kemble Road (1st part of)||500||606||8||0||Not commenced.|
Parish of Lewisham.
|Locality.||Capacity of Tank in Gallons.||Diameter of Syphon in Inches|
|Kent House Road||625||8|
These sewers, when completed, will make an additional
length of 2,563 feet of 12-in. pipe sewer to the length at present
maintained by the Board.
The sewers on the Laurel Cottage Estate, Hither Green, were
re-sanctioned and some of them completed.
The following Table shows the number of Houses sanctioned
to be built and drained, and number of gullies, manholes, ventilators,
and flushing chambers constructed in existing Sewers during