Committee of the Privy Council on Education: Sealed Plans and Drawings

ED 228
Committee of the Privy Council on Education: Sealed Plans and Drawings

A small selection of plans and drawings of schools which accompanied applications for building grants from central government for the erection of public elementary schools and other educational institutions made to the Committee of the Privy Council on Education.


By plan number, where it is unclear what the exact date of the plan or drawing is the date to the plan is given in square brackets in the list. These dates are approximate and based on the dates of the related applications.

Related Material:
For a means of access to building grant applications and reference to the numbers of the accompanying plans see the index in ED 103/41
Separated Material:
This collection is the residue of a much larger collection that was distributed among local record offices during 1965.
Held by:
The National Archives, Kew
Legal status:
Public Record
Physical description:
99 flat sheet(s)
Custodial history:
This collection was discovered in the basement of the Department of Education and Science office at Elizabeth House in London.
Unpublished finding aids:
A key linking the relevant plan to the grant application number is available. Please speak to staff at the enquiry desk for the precise location.

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