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Coventry City Council, Coventry City Architect 's Department. Coventry City Architect's Department

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Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

City and Borough of Coventry, Development Plan 1951 - town map, 1951

 Item
Identifier: PJM/CCC/B/2/2
Scope and Contents Brown and black overprinted Ordnance Survey map (102cm x 145cm), at a scale of 6 inches to 1 mile, by city architect and planning officer Sir Donald Evelyn Edward Gibson. The map is shows land use and accompanies the Coventry Development Plan 1952.

This plan is very fragile.
Dates: 1951

Redevelopment of Coventry - general papers, c1945

 File
Identifier: PJM/CCC/A/1/1
Scope and Contents File of papers relating to the redevelopment of Coventry. Includes an application under section I of the Town and Country Planning Act ( 1944) for the redevelopment of Coventry city centre, proceedings of the local public enquiry concerning this application for 25 June 1945 and captions to some missing photographs. There are also 2 pamphlets concerning Coventry's redevelopment and a contemporary street map.
Dates: c1945

Redevelopment of Coventry - general photographs, 1939

 File
Identifier: PJM/CCC/A/1/2
Scope and Contents Redevelopment of Coventry - general photographs consists of: 22 black and white photographic prints (9cm x 11.5cm) showing the first architectural model for the proposed redevelopment of the city centre. It was built by members of the Coventry City Architect's Department, under the direction of the City Architect Donald Gibson, during their spare time in, 1939 4 black and white photographic...
Dates: 1939

Redevelopment of Coventry - press clippings and articles, 1940-1944

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Identifier: PJM/CCC/A/1/3
Scope and Contents Collection of press clippings and articles concerning the redevelopment of Coventry. These appeared in a number of newspapers and journals including the Indian Forces newspaper "Contact", the "Coventry Herald" and "Illustrated". Authors include Sir Donald Evelyn Edward Gibson and Frank Tilsley
Dates: 1940-1944