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Re: Chatham & Rochester Joint Sewerage
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Re: Chatham & Rochester Joint Sewerage
« Reply #6 on: January 19, 2013, 22:21:29 »
   Nos. on deposited plans.      Description of Lands.      Owners of reputed Ownders.      Lessees or reputed Lessees.      Occupiers.   
          Parishes of Stoke and Saint James (Isle of Grain).                        
   50      Fishery on and over lands in the river Medway (100 acres) known as Colemouth Fishery      Rochester Oyster and Floating Fishery      George Tabor      George Tabor   

Given under the Seal of Office of the Local Government Board this Seventh day of May One thousand nine hundred and fourteen.

Herbert Samuel President.
H. C. Monro Secretary.



Rochester and Chatham Joint Sewerage District.

Provisional Order for forming a United District under Section 279 of the Public Health Act 1875.

To the Mayor Aldermen and Burgesses of the Borough of Chatham;-
To the Mayor Aldermen and Citizens of the City of Rochester;-
And to all others whom it may concern.

Whereas the councils named in column 2 of the Schedule to this Order are the local authorities within the meaning of the Public Health Act 1875 for the districts named in column 1 of that Schedule;

And whereas  the said Councils have made application to the Local Government Board to form the said districts into a United District for the purposes of the construction and maintenance of a main sewer or sewers and the disposal of the sewage of the United District;

And whereas by a Provisional Order of the Local Government Board dated the Seventh day of May One thousand nine hundred and fourteen it is provided that the Council for the Borough of Chatham being one of the said councils shall from and after the date of the Act of Parliament confirming that Order be empowered to put in force with reference to the lands described in the schedule to that Order including the lands situate at Motley Hill in the Parish of Rainham in the County of Kent and referred to in that Schedule by the numbers 1 to 10 and 12 respectively and for the purpose of sewerage and sewage disposal the powers of the Lands Clauses Acts with respect to the purchase and taking of lands otherwise that by agreement:

Now therefore We the Local Government Board in pursuance of the powers given to Us by Section 279 of the Public Health Act 1875 and by any other Statues in that behalf do hereby order as follows viz:-

Art. I. In this Order-

(1)   The expression “the appointed day” means the date of the Act of Parliament confirming the Order;
(2)   The expression “the Act” means the Public Health Act 1875;
(3)   The expression “the Schedule” means the Schedule to this Order;
(4)   The expression “the Joint Board” means the governing body of the United District to be formed in pursuance of this Order;
(5)   The expression “Constituent District” means either the Borough or city named in column 1 of the Schedule and the expression “Constituent Districts” means both the Constituent Districts.
(6)   The expression “Constituent Authority” means either of the councils named in column 2 of the Schedule and the expression “Constituent Authorities” means both the councils so named:
(7)   The expression “the Motley Hill sewage disposal lands” means the lands situate at Motley Hill in the Parish of Rainham in the County of Kent which are described in the schedule to the above-recited Provisional Order of the Local Government Board dated the Seventh day of May One thousand nine hundred and fourteen and are referred to in that Schedule by the numbers 1 to 10 and 12 respectively.
Art. II.  This Order shall come into operation from and after the appointed day.

 Art. III.  The constituent Districts shall be formed into a Untied District to be called the Rochester and chatham Joint sewerage District for the purposes herein-after mentioned.

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Re: Chatham & Rochester Joint Sewerage
« Reply #5 on: January 18, 2013, 10:37:57 »
   Nos. on deposited plans.      Description of Lands.      Owners of reputed Ownders.      Lessees or reputed Lessees.      Occupiers.   
          Parish of Rainham and Township of Gillingham.                        
   42      Fishery on and over lands in the river Medway (166 acres) known as Bartlett Fishery      Rochester Oyster and Floating Fishery      Frederick Knowles and Company.      Frederick Knowles and company.   
          Township of Gillingham.                        
   43      Fishery on and over lands in the river Medway (334 acres) known as Bishop Fishery      Rochester Oyster and Floating Fishery      Thomas Pocock.      Thomas Pocock   
   44      Fishery on and over lands in the river Medway (233 acres) known as Copperhouse Fishery      Ditto      Charles Carter.      Charles Carter.   
          Parish of Hoo.                        
   45      Fishery on and over lands in the river Medway (131 acres) known as West Hoo Fishery      Rochester Oyster and Floating Fishery      Isaac Pullen.      Isaac Pullen.   
   46      Fishery on and over lands in the river Medway (144 acres) known as West Hoo Fishery      Ditto      Charles Carter.      Charles Carter.   
   47      Fishery on and over lands in the river Medway (341 acres) known as Sleede Fishery      Ditto      Frank Raycraft.      Frank Raycraft.   
          Parishes of Hoo and Stoke.                        
   48      Fishery on and over lands in the river Medway (355 acres) known as East Hoo Fishery      Rochester Oyster and Floating Fishery      Thomas Pocock.      Thomas Pocock.   
          Parish of Stoke.                        
   49      Fishery on and over lands in the river Medway (3290 acres) known as Stoke Ooze and Creek Fishery      Rochester Oyster and Floating Fishery      Solomon John brice, Walter St. John Brice, trading as S.J. Brice and Son.      Solomon John brice, Walter St. John Brice, trading as S.J. Brice and Son.   

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Re: Chatham & Rochester Joint Sewerage
« Reply #4 on: January 16, 2013, 16:55:35 »
   Nos. on deposited plans.      Description of Lands.      Owners of reputed Ownders.      Lessees or reputed Lessees.      Occupiers.   
          Parish of Rainham.                        
   33      Dwelling - house and premises.      Maximillian Dudley Pierse Dalison.      /      Percy Fisher.   
   34      Forecourt entries and yard and outbuildings.      Ditto      /      Annie Mahoney, Mary Foam, Sarah Merrony, Percy Fisher.   
   35      Land.      Ditto      /      Unoccupied.   
          Parish of Frindsbury Intra.                        
   36      Land.      Felix Bourne.      /      Frank Gibson.   
          Parish of Upchurch.                        
   37      Fishery on and over lands in the river Medway (373 acres) known as Sharfleet Fishery.      Rochester Oyster and Floating Fishery.      The Executrix of the Will of William Henry Williamson deceased namely Marian Rosina Williamson.      The Executrix of the Will of William Henry Williamson deceased (as before).   
   38      Fishery on and over lands in the river Medway (366 acres) known as Ham Fishery.      Ditto      Geroge Fieldgate.      Geroge Fieldgate.   
          Parishes of Upchurch and Rainham.                        
   39      Fishery on and over lands in the Ricer Medway (117 acres) known as Otterham Fishery.      Rochester Oyster and Floating Fishery.      George Tabor.      George Tabor.   
          Parish of Rainham.                        
   40      Fishery on and over lands in the river Medway (127 acres) known as Lower Rainham Fishery.      Rochester Oyster and Floating Fishery.      George Tabor.      George Tabor.   
          Parish of Rainham and Township of Gillingham.                        
   41      Fishery on and over lands in the river Medway (7 acres) known as Woolopstone Fishery.      Rochester Oyster and Floating Fishery.      George Tabor.      George Tabor.   

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Re: Chatham & Rochester Joint Sewerage
« Reply #3 on: January 15, 2013, 15:50:16 »
   Nos. on deposited plans.      Description of Lands.      Owners of reputed Ownders.      Lessees or reputed Lessees.      Occupiers.   
          Parish of Rainham.                        
   13      Dwelling - house and premises.      Maximillian Dudley Pierse Dalison.      /      Frederick Walter Potter.   
   14      Dwelling - house and premises.      Ditto      /      James Allen.   
   15      Dwelling - house and premises.      Ditto      /      Frederick William Phipps.   
   16      Dwelling - house and premises.      Ditto      /      Frank Gibson.   
   17      Dwelling - house and premises.      Ditto      /      Ethel Matilda McElberan.   
   18      Dwelling - house and premises.      Ditto      /      George Rees.   
   19      Dwelling - house and premises.      Ditto      /      George Hall.   
   20      Dwelling - house and premises.      Ditto      /      Frederick John Birch.   
   21      Dwelling - house and premises.      Ditto      /      Amy Taylor.   
   22      Cottage now used as an office and workshop.      Ditto      /      William Pattman.   
   23      Shed in yard.      Ditto      /      Frank Ongley.   
   24      Ditto      Ditto      /      Ditto   
   25      Stores and yard.      Ditto      /      Frederick Walter Potter, James Allen, Frederick William Phipps, Frank Gibson, Ethel Matilda McElheran, George Rees, George Hall, Frederick John Birch, Amy Taylor.   
   26      Open entry and yard.      Ditto      /      Frank Gibson, Ethel Matilda McElheran, George Rees.   
   27      Dwelling - house and premises.      Ditto      /      George Hall, Frederick John Birch, Amy Taylor.   
   28      Ditto      Ditto      /      J.W. Darlington.   
   29      Ditto      Ditto      /      J.W. Darlington, Annie Mahoney, Mary Foam, Sarah Merrosy.   
   30      Ditto      Ditto      /      Annie Mahoney.   
   31      Ditto      Ditto      /      Mary Foam.   
   32      Ditto      Ditto      /      Sarah Merrosy.   

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Re: Chatham & Rochester Joint Sewerage
« Reply #2 on: January 14, 2013, 16:49:56 »
The SCHEDULE above referred to.

County of Kent.

   Nos. on deposited plans.      Description of Lands.      Owners of reputed Ownders.      Lessees or reputed Lessees.      Occupiers.   
          Parish of Rainham.                        
   1      Pasture land and shed.      Betsy Tuff      Lucy Elizabeth Brice and William Brice trading as W. and G. Brise Ernest Clinch.      George Benefield.   
   2      Pasture land.      Ditto      Ditto      Ditto   
   3      Ditto      Ditto      Ditto      Ditto   
   4      Pasture land and culverts.      Ditto      Ditto      Ditto   
   5      Pasture land and pond.      Ditto      Ditto      Ditto   
   6      Farm House buildings yards sheds garden and orchard.      Ditto      Ditto      Ditto   
   7      Arable land roadway and sandpit.      Ditto      Ditto      Lucy Elizabeth Brice and William Brice trading as W. and G. Brice Ernest Clinch.   

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Chatham & Rochester Joint Sewerage
« Reply #1 on: January 13, 2013, 16:33:09 »
An Act to confirm certain Provisional Orders of the Local A.D. 1914.
Government Board relating to Chatham and the Rochester and Chatham Joint Sewerage District.

31st July 1914.

Whereas the Local Government Board have made the Provisional Orders set forth in the schedule hereto under the provisions of the Public Health Act 1875:

And whereas it is requisite that the said Orders should be confirmed by Parliament:

Be it therefore enacted by the King’s most Excellent Majesty by and with the advice and consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal and commons in the present Parliament assembled and by the authority of the same as follows:

1.   The Orders set out in the schedule hereto shall be and the same are hereby confirmed and all the provisions thereof shall have full validity and force.  (Orders in schedule confirmed.)

2.   This Act may be cited as the Local Government Board’s Provisional Orders (No. 17) Act 1914.  (Short title.)


SCHEDULE

Borough of Chatham.

Chatham Order.  Provisional Order to enable the Urban District Council for the Borough of Chatham to put in force the Compulsory Clauses of the Lands Clauses Acts.

To the Mayor Alderman and Burgesses of the Borough of Chatham;-
And to all others whom it may concern.

Whereas the Mayor Alderman and Burgesses of the Borough of Chatham acting by the Council as the Urban District Council for that Borough (herein-after referred to as “the Corporation”) require to purchase and take the lands described in the schedule hereto for the purposes of sewerage and sewage disposal and for providing access to the said lands:

Now therefore We the Local Government Board in pursuance of the powers given to Us by Section 176 of the Public Health Act 1875 and by any other Statures in that behalf do hereby order that from and after the date of the Act of Parliament confirming this Order the following provisions shall have effect that is to say:-

Art. I.   The Corporation shall be empowered to put in force with reference to the lands described in the schedule hereto subject to the continuance of existing public rights of highway (if any) and for the purposes aforesaid the powers of the Land clauses Acts with respect to the purchase and taking of lands otherwise than by agreement or any of them.

Art. II.   This Order may be cited as the chatham Order 1914.

 

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