Carriageway entrances were formed across the footway
to the St. James's Electric Light station in Marlborough
Row, and to Messrs. Bywaters & Sons' yard in Ganton
Street, at the request and expense of the occupiers of the
The footway paving and kerbing of Regent Street (northeast
side of Quadrant), Waterloo Place (east side), and Piccadilly
(both sides from the Circus to Air Street, and on the
north side from Air Street to and opposite St. James's Hall)
were taken up and relaid, and also small portions of the footway
paving of sundry other streets.
The quantities of old materials sold were 298£ square
feet of York stone paving, and 173 loads of wood.
WATER, &c., MAINS.
During the year new mains have been laid in the streets
or old ones replaced with new, as follows:—
By the Grand Junction Waterworks Company: In
Air Street (from Regent Street to Piccadilly).
By the London Hydraulic Power Company: In Regent
Street (from opposite York House to No. 11), Warwick
Street (part), and Regent Place (part).
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