Building control application and plans
Drainage, 13, 15 and 17 Charlton Road, 3 June
Owner: Mr W. S. Jenkins
Drainage, 25 and 27 Charlton Road, 11 August
Owner: Mr W. S. Jenkins
Addition of kitchen, scullery and drainage, 16 Charlton Road, 11 July - envelope only
Owner: Mr Cox
Architect, agent or builder: A. Tavender
New house, Charlton Road, 15 July
Owner: R. G. Cox
Building control file, including copies of planning papers, for conversion of school into six residential units [planning permission states seven units] at Tetbury Church of England Primary School, Charlton Road, Tetbury
Submitted by ASTAM Design Ltd of Gloucester, architects, on behalf of Oakleaze Developments Ltd of Wotton-under-Edge; building control approval granted 15 February 1995, planning permission granted 4 January 1995
Building control file reference 0013/05/0195; planning file reference CT.1362
Building control file for refurbishment of units 4 and 5 to form dwellings at Tetbury Church of England Primary School, Charlton Road, Tetbury Submitted by ASTAM Design Ltd of Gloucester, architects, on behalf of Oakleaze Developments Ltd of Wotton-under-Edge; building control approval granted 15 February 1995
Building control file reference 0042/05/0195
Building control file for conversion of units 1, 2 and 3 into dwellings at Tetbury Church of England Primary School, Charlton Road, Tetbury. Submitted by ASTAM Design Ltd of Gloucester, architects, on behalf of Oakleaze Developments Ltd of Wotton-under-Edge; building control approval granted 15 February 1995
Building control file reference 0062/05/0195
Schedule of planning applications considered at the Cotswold Development Control Sub Committee meeting, 20 September 2000 including Charlton Road, Tetbury
Agreement concerning land for the enlargement of St.Saviour's churchyard
With tenancy agreements concerning Charlton Road cottages, 1934, and agreement with the trustees of the Tetbury Memorial Recreation Ground, 1945
P328/1 CW 3/6
Tetbury: photograph of Charlton Road. Postcard view photograph of Charlton Road, Tetbury: three-storey row of houses in foreground; church in background. [pre-1918]
Photographer: J. Clark (publisher)
Cole 1932, 1939- No'11; Jenkins, William Sessions - No'10 Charlton Road 1936; Jones 1910, 1936; Sharp 1903; Smith 1939; Wilkins 1913
Newspaper, Magazine and Journals:
Gloucester Journal - Saturday 12 August 1905 page 7 col.d
Tetbury Petty Sessions saw half a dozen cottagers from Charlton Road appear before the chairman. These people lived outside the urban boundary and were being charged with illegally taking and using water they weren't entitled to. First defendant, Annie Teagle said that they got water from the nearest hydrant and had done so for years. The row of houses hadn't had a drop of water on their premises other than that which could be caught in buckets, 'no well, pump, tank or anything of the kind'. All defendants had pleaded guilty and wer fined 1s each. The Chairman in his summing up said that the case of the cottagers was a hard one, that seriously called for the attention of the owners of the cottages.
Cheltenham Chronicle - Saturday 05 November 1910 page 4 col.c
an advert for Mr James Jones, Mount Pleasant, Charlton Road who would guarantee to supply the paper [Cheltenham Chronicle] regularly
Cheltenham Chronicle - Saturday 21 March 1914 page 4 col.c
Tetbury Urban Council discussed at some length the question of laying a sewer in Charlton Road.
Cheltenham Chronicle - Saturday 28 March 1914 page 4 col.b
At a meeting of the Tetbury Urban District Council the problem a potential water shortage was raised. The current supply was deemed insufficient for the needs of the parish so it was proposed to bore a new well off the Charlton Road. The freehold of the site was available to the town at a cost of £200. The total cost of the scheme was £4000. Mr Charles Warn raised the question of water hardness and said that if water softening was required the cost would be inadequate.
Gloucester Citizen - Thursday 12 July 1923
the result of a sale of the estate of the late H.W.Jenkins saw land amounting to 39 perches of garden sold to Mr E.Dance for £50. A farm at Mount Pleasant along with parcels of land and a couple of cottages,all sold as separate lots were sold to Mr G.Rich.
Western Daily Press - Friday 22 January 1932 page 5 col.e
Disturbed by the sinking of the floor, Mr & Mrs James Cole of Charlton Road, have discovered a well, eight feet wide and 12 feet deep beneath the kitchen.
Gloucester Citizen - Monday 07 March 1932 page 2 col.a
Tetbury Market advert for J.Pearce Pope and Sons who had been instructed by Mr. C.Wilkins who was quitting farming. Pike House Farm, Charlton Road was to be sold by auction starting with pigs. 46 'good sorted' pigs, 566 head of utility poultry [winning 51 prizes in 2 years, chiefly Buff Rocks, Mr.H.O.Clark's strain], 18 sectional houses; also vehicles machinery, poultry appliances and surplus furniture making about 150 lots.
Western Daily Press - Wednesday 11 July 1934 page 1 col.f
Mr A.Pike was advertising for sale at a bargain price - compact residence, good situation, excellent order: 2 reception, kitchen, 3 bed, bath etc. Gas, water, drainage. Garage, splendid garden, exceptionally stocked. Buildings and paddock 1.5 acres. Can be purchased furnished or unfurnished. A.Pike Mount Pleasant, Charlton Road, Tetbury.