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, printed from the Looking at Buildings website on Friday 24th May 2019

The Cottage Exhibition

TudorGlossary Term [1] Walters the MP for Sheffield Brightside and the municipal reformer Thomas Nettlefold of Birmingham.

Prizes were to be awarded for different classes of housing. Class A had two bedrooms and a living room. Class B had three bedrooms and living room. Class C had three bedrooms, a living room and parlourGlossary Term [2].

Raymond Unwin [3] It also had a formal central avenue leading to a semi-circular space in front of a church. This was not built, and a school stands on the site.

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