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The housing question – Epsom Advertiser

Identifier: 2565 · Date: 11 January 1918 · Author: Surrey World War I Newspaper Indexes (1914-22)

Despite the difficulties of getting loans etc, the council has found a way to buy some land that it wants to build housing on after the war

Housing the working classes – Epsom Advertiser

Identifier: 2565 · Date: 11 January 1918 · Author: Surrey World War I Newspaper Indexes (1914-22)

Report of County Council meeting about a housing scheme to put in place after the war

Apartments wanted – Wanted by war widow – Epsom Advertiser

Identifier: 2565 · Date: 11 January 1918 · Author: Surrey World War I Newspaper Indexes (1914-22)

Advertisement - woman keen to keep on her current flat looking for a woman in similar circumstances to share

Housing Accommodation After The War – Surrey Herald

Identifier: 4076 · Date: 12 October 1917 · Author: Surrey World War I Newspaper Indexes (1914-22)

Questions asked in letter and suggested answers by the Sanitary and Sewage Committee

“Education After The War” – Surrey Herald

Identifier: 4057 · Date: 1 June 1917 · Author: Surrey World War I Newspaper Indexes (1914-22)

Lecture by Rev of St. James, Piccadilly regarding proposals for workers education after war

Good News For Farmers – 14000 Tractors, 80000 Men, 60000 Horses – Surrey Herald

Identifier: 4055 · Date: 18 May 1917 · Author: Surrey World War I Newspaper Indexes (1914-22)

Report from Board of Agriculture to War Agriculture Committee about plans for after the war to be self sufficient

Woking Urban Council – Work After The War – Surrey Herald

Identifier: 4054 · Date: 11 May 1917 · Author: Surrey World War I Newspaper Indexes (1914-22)

Details of meeting to discuss council work to be done after the war

Surbiton – Co-opted Councillors – Surrey Comet

Identifier: 4315 · Date: 14 December 1918 · Author: Surrey World War I Newspaper Indexes (1914-22)

War time practice of filling vacancies informally now abandoned

Walton Councils Housing Scheme – Another move forward – Surrey Herald

Identifier: 1415 · Date: 28 March 1919 · Author: Surrey World War I Newspaper Indexes (1914-22)

Letter asking if huts at Mount Felix could be used by returning men as they could not get accommodation

Tenders For Home Grown Fir – Surrey Herald

Identifier: 1415 · Date: 28 March 1919 · Author: Surrey World War I Newspaper Indexes (1914-22)

No 2 New Zealand General Hospital invite tenders