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Housing, Improved: Great Britain, England. London. London County Council: Municipal Housing: Great Britain

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c. 1909

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Housing, Improved: Great Britain, England. London. London County Council: Municipal Housing: Great Britain

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Housing
Working
dis-
London
sion
the
work
placed;
class
clearance
The
Housing of the Working lasses.
as
of
classes
working
connection
ing
Council
rehousing
provi-
areas
The work of the London County Council in connection with the hous -
described
sion rehousing accommodation for the workiner class dis-
ing of working classes be brieflt described as that appertain-
in
ing.first. to clearance of insanita areas torether the provi-
to
lasses.
dwellings
ing.first.
placed; secondly the erection of dwellings for
erection
be
insanita
for
workiner
with
that appertain-
hous -
accommodation
secondly
County
brieflt
torether

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Housing of the Working Classes. The work of the London County Council in connection wri th the hous- ing of the working classes may be briefly described as that appertain- ing,first, to the clearance of insanitary areas together with the provi sion of rehousing acc omnodation for persons of the working class dis- placed; secondly, to the erection of dwellings for rehousing persons who may be displaced by the widening of streets, the construction of tun- nels, bridges, etc.;and thirdly, to the provision of working class dwellings inside or outside the county, independently of any displace- ments which it may have effected. Slun Clearance Schemes. The Council has completed 6 schemes undertaken by its predecessor, the Metropolitan Board of Works, and has carried out i schemes for the clearance of insanitary property in v imately 52 acres. In arts of the Coun- The land cleared has a total are ty. of the working class have been is- d1smlaced by the Council. Rehousing connection therev placed, n for 17,719 persons has been provided. The net cost of acco carrying the schemes into effect will anount to about h1,200,000. In addition the Council has assisted, by contributing towards the cost, in carrying into effect schemes undertaken by local authorities for clearing small insanitary areas to the extent of about 8 acres, at an estimated cost of h191,850. Displacements on account of Public Improvements. In connection with the carrying out of street inprovements,con- structing bridges, tunnels, etc., the Council has provided accormoda- tion in new durellings for 12,496 persons in lieu of that destroyed. Erection of Drellings. Prior to 1889, when the Council came into office, the Metropolitan Board of Works, in carrying into effect schemes for the improvemaent of insanitary areas, had always ceased executive operations with the de- molition of the old peoperty and the provision of rehousing sites. prac 14 o oirer the land prepared their e tiz- and The larger number of the V tin managing the dvellings vhich had to be built. cleared sites had been sold by the Board and new accormodations had been provided for 27,780 persons, partly by the Peabody Trustees, who had co-operated with the Board in clearing several of the insanitary areas, partly by several of the artizans dwellings companies, and part ly by private individuals. Repeated efforts were made by the Council to follow the practice of the Board by selling these cleared sites, sub- ject to the cbligation to provide working class dwellings upon them. As it was unsuccessful, with two exceptions, in obtaining bryers for the sites, the Council determined itself to undertake the erection and management of the necessary dwellings and this policy has since been followed in all cases. paid attention to the probable financial results of such undertakings, and its standing orders require that all dwellings shall be so designed that the cost of erection may not exceed a sum which will enable all outgoings, interest and sinking fund charges to be paid without placing a charge upon the County taxes, and the rents to be charged are not to exceed those ruling in the neighborhood. In 1898 the Council decided to undertake the erection of dwellings for the working classes apart from the rehousing required in connection with clearance and iprovenent schenes, and up to March 31, 1909, it had thus provided accommo dation for 14,731 persons In deciding on this 1ine of acti.on the Council
in
of
together
the
nels,
bridges,
to
independently
displace-
it
have
clearance
imately
52
In
land
class
Rehousing
therev
n
17,719
provided.
by
authorities
for
acres,
cost
h191,850.
on
account
durellings
into
Metropolitan
effect
always
rehousing
sites.
o
e
larger
number
V
dvellings
sold
been
persons,
had
part
Repeated
follow
practice
dwellings
upon
them.
with
bryers
itself
erection
management
has
since
undertakings,
that
outgoings,
and
fund
a
County
not
exceed
ruling
neighborhood.
Council
1ine
connection
working
briefly
appertain-
provi
omnodation
persons
may
be
displaced
streets,
construction
tun-
outside
any
which
effected.
Clearance
schemes
insanitary
arts
d1smlaced
acco
anount
about
clearing
Public
carrying
tion
destroyed.
Prior
Works,
molition
14
tin
built.
accormodations
provided
areas,
individuals.
As
followed
cases.
attention
probable
results
designed
sum
sinking
are
decided
undertake
31,
dation
deciding
acti.on
Working
as
acc
widening
etc.;and
or
county,
completed
property
v
acres.
Council.
contributing
local
at
out
inprovements,con-
Erection
Drellings.
when
office,
de-
peoperty
provision
oirer
their
tiz-
The
sites
27,780
partly
Peabody
ly
private
were
made
cleared
sites,
provide
obtaining
policy
paid
such
require
all
shall
enable
interest
taxes,
apart
iprovenent
up
1909,
thus
Housing
London
wri
areas
sion
dis-
placed;
secondly,
who
ments
Slun
Schemes.
carried
i
Coun-
total
ty.
is-
placed,
net
assisted,
towards
undertaken
small
extent
an
estimated
Displacements
Improvements.
street
came
Board
operations
prepared
several
artizans
companies,
efforts
selling
these
sub-
cbligation
was
two
necessary
financial
its
standing
so
will
without
placing
charge
charged
from
required
schenes,
March
14,731
Classes.
work
th
hous-
ing
classes
described
ing,first,
thirdly,
inside
6
predecessor,
h1,200,000.
addition
cost,
8
structing
tunnels,
etc.,
accormoda-
new
12,496
lieu
1889,
improvemaent
ceased
executive
old
prac
managing
vhich
Trustees,
co-operated
ject
unsuccessful,
exceptions,
determined
this
orders
charges
rents
those
1898
accommo