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Search Aspect ( council houses )
Location - Leeds & District

Belle Vue Avenue (Oakwood) (3 comments)
Black & White image18th February 1936. Types of houses; semis with bay windows and council houses. Unmade-up road.
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Eliot Grove, Guiseley, council housing under costruction (Guiseley) (1 comment)
Black & White image1955. Image taken in July 1955 which shows post-war council housing under construction in Eliot Grove, an area located off Queensway. The site had formerly been used during the Second World War by M.A.P. (Ministry of Aircraft Production) for the provision of temporary homes. On the left in this view, built in red brick with flat roofs, some of the war-time M.A.P. bungalows are still standing. These homes were built for workers at the AVRO factory in Yeadon. The increase in production at AVRO meant a larger workforce and therefore more people moving into the area, creating an urgent need for this temporary housing.
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Haw Avenue (Yeadon) (1 comment)
Black & White image1955. Council houses on Haw Avenue, this photograph was taken for inclusion in the Official Guide to Aireborough, which was produced every year for Aireborough Urban District Council.
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Hollin Park Mount (Oakwood)
Black & White image14th November 1935. Pair of brick semi detached counci houses, number 39 to left, home of Arthur Bairstow, manager. Number 41 on right, home of Herbert Drake, clothier. Situated off Belle Vue Avenue. Established gardens, wooden fencing or hedges. Grass verge on roadside, with gas lamp.
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Lea Farm Road and Lea Farm Mount, junction (Hawksworth LS5) (3 comments)
Black & White image1st July 1942. View of Lea Farm Mount from Lea Farm Road, looking towards Whitaker's and derelict building. Council maisonettes are on both sides of the road. Behind Whitaker's can be seen clearly an electricity pylon.
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