South Pembrokeshire District Council records, Pembrokeshire, comprising reports of the Chief Executive, 1974-1994; tithe map, 1841; registers of electors, 1975-1997; register of complaints, 1974-1982; visitors book, 1977-1990; weekly lists of planning applications, 1974-1981; Pembroke and Neyland Urban District maps, 1971; attendance registers, 1974-1989; minutes and reports, 1974-1996; records relating to the housing and health committee, 1974-1982; reports to policy and resources committeee, 1974-1982; rate books and estimates, 1974-1983; register of tenders and quotations, 1974-1996; and register of applications for housing loans, 1966-1989.
South Pembrokeshire District Council Records
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
The Local Government Act 1894 established urban and rural district councils. These were replaced by District Councils such as South Pembrokeshire District Council in 1974, which were responsible for local administration, including local planning, housing, environmental health, cemeteries and leisure services. The District Councils were replaced by unitary authorities in 1996. Pembroke Borough and Neyland Urban District development maps were produced in 1971 as part of the County Development plan for Pembrokeshire.
Arranged into the following: Chief Executive; tithe map; registers of electors; register of complaints; visitors book; weekly lists of planning applications; Pembroke and Neyland Urban District maps; committee minutes and reports; attendance registers; council minutes; filing systems; housing and health committee; planning and development committee; policy and resources committee; public works and services committeee; reports to policy and resources committee; rate books and estimates; register of tenders and quotations; and register of applications for housing loans.
Conditions Governing Access
Deposited from the records of various Community Councils between 1982 and 2003 by Mark Woolgar, Personnel Resources Manager, Central Units, Pembrokeshire County Council.
Compiled by Annette Strauch for the ANW project. The following source was used in the compilation of this description: Pembrokeshire Record Office, South Pembrokeshire District Council, catalogue.
Other Finding Aids
A hard copy of the catalogue is available at Pembrokeshire Record Office.
Conditions Governing Use
Usual copyright regulations apply
All records have been retained
Accruals are not expected