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Saturday 17 July 1920 - Eight Council Houses occupied at Badsey

Category Badsey and Aldington
Cheltenham Chronicle
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At a meeting of the Evesham Rural District Council, Mr C A Binyon, speaking of housing schemes in the district, said at Badsey eight of the houses erected had been occupied, two others were ready, and they were within sight of completion of the scheme.  At South Littleton excellent progress had been made during the month.  At Great Hampton bricks had been delivered, and it was hoped to make an early start with the building.  If they could not work the Bretforton and Wickhamford schemes together, priority would be given to the Norton scheme.  Preparations were being made with regard to schemes at Cleeve Prior, Broadway, Offenham and Honeybourne.

At the meeting of the Pebworth District Council it was stated that four of the Willersey houses would be ready for occupation shortly, and progress was being made with the Cow Honeybourne scheme.