Part of this is now Liberty Avenue.
Plans read at Croydon Local Studies Centre, Croydon Library:
Warehouse at Phipps’ Bridge Road by Harland & son
Information about owners along the road can be found in council minutes when charges for making up of the road were calculated.
From the minutes of the
Croydon Rural District Council
Roads and Buildings Committee
Volume VIII 1902 – 1903
16th October, 1902
PRIVATE STREET WORKS ACT, 1892.
Provisional Apportionment of estimated expenses of Private Street Works to be executed to Phipps Bridge Road, within the contributory place of Mitcham, in pursuance of a resolution of the Rural District Council. Total amount to be apportioned (see estimate of probable expenses of works) £89 14s. 0d.
Frontage charged at 6s. 6d. per foot.
House and Shop, owner Mr. Standish, Trevalyn Road, Tooting.
Frontage of 50ft charge of £16 5s.
Factory, owner Quick.
Frontage of 51ft charge of £16 11d.
Land, owner W. Clarkson, New Close, Phipps Bridge.
Land with frontage of 175ft charge of £56 17s. 6d.
200 bus stop ‘Mitcham Tram Stop’ temporary double yellow lines in the London Gazette Publication date: 3 December 2015 Issue: 61427 Page: 23858
1988 road stopping up order in the London Gazette Publication date: 12 May 1988 Issue: 51331 Page: 5634
1963 path stopping up order in the London Gazette Publication date:22 November 1963 Issue: 43164 Page: 9518
Minutes of meetings held by the Croydon Rural District Council are available on request from the Merton Heritage and Local Studies Centre at Morden Library.