Agreement regarding the party wall between 25 and 26 Red Lion Square, 18 December 1951

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Agreement regarding the party wall between 25 & 26 Red Lion Square, (18 December 1951).

  • (1) Toye & Co, Regalia House, 26 Red Lion Sq, Holborn, London
  • (2) Trustees of South Place Ethical Society:
    • Percy St John Dixon, engineer
    • Edwin Jesse Fairhall, chemist
    • Rose Halls, spinster
    • Florence May Hawkins, widow
    • Colin Eustace Barralet, gas engineer
    • John Lawrance Green, educational psychologist
    • Theodora Charlotte Lindsay, married woman
    • Frederick James, civil servant
    • George Hutchinson, teacher
    • David Christie Tait [no occupation]
    • Charles James Turnage, secretary
    • Frederick Charles Chater Watts, printer & publisher
    • Benjamin Oliver Warwick, engineer & instrument maker

In accordance with a Building Award dated 10 April 1951, the parties agree that (1) may form no more than 4 window openings in the party wall between nos. 25 and 26 Red Lion Sq, and continue them for a payment of 1s pa; but this does not confer on (1) any right of light and (2) may brick up the openings if required.

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Licenced for digitisation by the Intellectual Property Office under Orphan Works Licence OWLS000073-10.

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SPES/3/1/3/11

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English

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Paper

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Unknown, “Agreement regarding the party wall between 25 and 26 Red Lion Square, 18 December 1951,” Humanist Library and Archives Digital Collections, accessed November 20, 2019, https://conwayhallcollections.omeka.net/items/show/141.

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