TitleNorton Rural District Council (and predecessor): Registers of Building Plans and Planning Applications
AdminHistoryFisher Road was renamed Newsham Road (confirmed in White's Sheffield Directory, 1919/20).
Plans were deposited with the Ecclesall Bierlow Rural Sanitary Authority until 1895. From 1895, plans were deposited with Norton Rural District Council.

Parts of Norton were absorbed into Sheffield under the Sheffield Corporation Act, 1900. Most of the remaining parts of Norton Rural District became part of the city under the Sheffield Extension Act, 1933.
DescriptionBuilding Plans (c.1,107), (mainly Woodseats, Meersbrook, Norton, Totley and Dore), 1885 - 1922 (CA208/a)

Building Plans (c.974), (mainly Totley, Dore, Bradway and Greenhill, Bradway and Beauchief), 1922 - 1946 (CA208/b)

Registers of Building Plans (5 volumes), 1885 - 1934 (CA208/c) [not all plans indexed in the registers survive; only extant building plans are listed in the catalogue].
Date1885 - 1946
Extentc.2100 items
AccessConditionsNotice may be required to access the original files. Please refer to a member of staff for advice.
RelatedMaterialSheffield City Archives:
Other planning registers, planning applications and building plans:

Sheffield City Council planning applications (after 1933) (CA206).

See also: Register of Building Plans, 1885-1911 (CA214/1) - this register is for areas added to Sheffield in 1900 (Handsworth and Norton Within) and 1911 (Tinsley).

Handsworth Urban District Council: registers of building plans and building plans, 1889 - 1921 (CA209; CA210)

Wortley Rural District Council: Registers of building plans, 1881 - 1974 (CA676)
AcquisitionSourceThese items were transferred to Sheffield Archives presumably from the City Council's Planning Department in 1976.
ArchNoteTypescript catalogue (up to CA208a/451) prepared for Calm by Peter Evans, June 2011; remainder of cataloguing (CA208a/452-1107 and 208b/1-) undertaken by Pat Dallman/Cheryl Bailey, Oct 2021-2022.
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