Proposed Naming of Roads, THE OAKS

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Proposed Naming of Roads, THE OAKS

Closes: 05/06/2018 5:00pm

Roads Act, 1993 & Roads Regulation 2008, Part 2, Division 2

 (Subdivision with 3 new Roads – Lot 1 DP 1215738 – DD010.2016.00000430.001)

 Notice is hereby given that Wollondilly Shire Council, in pursuance of Clauses 7 & 8 of the above regulation proposes to name the following road/s:

New roads within subdivision of Lot 1 DP 1215738,790 Montpelier Drive, The Oaks

Proposed Name:           Seymour Road

Name Origin:                 Early settlers/pioneers, Thomas Seymour came to Australia as a convict in 1811. Thomas and his family had a long association within The district

Proposed Name:           Littlewood Road

Name Origin:                 Commemorative - James Littlewood was a well known local photographer who left a legacy of local history in photos.

Proposed Name:           Fisher Street

Name Origin:                 In 1822 William Fisher was acting Constable at "The Oaks". And later became District Constable, County of Argyle in August 1824.

 

Forward written submissions to Wollondilly Shire Council at, PO Box 21,  Picton NSW 2571, clearly outlining reasons for such objection. Submissions for the Proposal close 5pm Tuesday 5 June 2018.

For further information, please contact Council’s Administration Officer –   GIS/Property on (02) 4677 9736.

Proposed Name

Locality

Name Origin

Seymour Road

The Oaks

Early Settlers. - Thomas Seymour came to Aust as a convict in 1811. He had a long association with the district and is buried at St Matthews’s church with other family members. His eldest son George Seymour married Hannah Rolf in 1841 in St Matthews’s church.

Littlewood Road

The Oaks

James Littlewood was a well know local photographer who left a legacy of local history in photos.

Fisher Street

The Oaks

October 1822 William Fisher was acting Constable at "The Oaks". On 7 October he was recommended for position of Chief Constable and Pound keeper at Cawdor. On 7 August 1823, he was dismissed from this position, but later took up the position of District Constable, County of Argyle in August 1824.

 

Proposed Road Naming The Oaks