|Content Description||First Party: Personal Representatives of Henry P.A.D. Pelham-Clinton, 7th Duke of Newcastle under Lyne [deceased].|
Second Party: London and Fort George Land Company Limited.
Third Party: The Mayor, Aldermen and Burgesses of the Borough of Worksop [Worksop Corporation].
Conveyance from (1) and (2) to (3) of two pieces of land on the eastern side of a new road called Furnival Street in Worksop, measuring 2.435 acres in total [coloured pink on attached plan]; includes a right of way over Furnival Street between the points marked A and D on the plan, and the right to use the sewers, drains, gas pipes and electricity cables running beneath the aforesaid road.
Subject to a mining lease with the Wigan Coal and Iron Company Limited dated 30 Oct. 1896, and varied by release dated 10 Dec. 1906.
Reservations to (1) and (2): All mines and minerals lying below a depth of 300 feet from the surface; the reversion expectant on the aforementioned mining lease; free passage of water and soil; and the right to erect buildings on adjoining property belonging to (1) and (2).
Covanants by (3): To erect certain boundary fencing; not to use the property in question for any noisy or noxious business or public house; not to erect any building beyond the building line of 20 feet; and to pay a reasonable proportion of the costs for constructing and maintaining Furnival Street according to frontage.
Indemnifies (3) from a corn rent charge of 3 shillings and 6 pence payable to the Vicar of Worksop.
Recitals: (a) fact that the 7th Duke of Newcastle was seised of the property in question at the time of his death and fact that the 7th Duke had agreed to sell certain estates to (2) by indenture dated 5 Apr. 1927 but no conveyance was executed; (b) fact that the 7th Duke died 30 May 1928 having appointed (1) as executors of his will; (c) fact that (1) and (2) have agreed to sell the property in question to (3).
Includes plan with the property in question coloured pink; the portion of Furnival Street to which (3) has a right of way is coloured yellow and marked A to D; plan also shows Radford Street and Lincoln Street.