State Records Office of WA SROWA

Government of Western Australia, Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries

Series S4268 - CANCELLED PUBLIC PLANS - ORIGINAL STATE SERIES - 20 CHAIN PLANS

Cons_5691_Item_01.jpg Cons_5691_Item_02.jpg Cons_5691_Item_03.jpg Cons_5691_Item_04.jpg Cons_5691_Item_05.jpg Cons_5691_Item_06.jpg Cons_5691_Item_08.jpg Cons_5691_Item_09.jpg Cons_5691_Item_10.jpg Cons_5691_Item_11.jpg Cons_5691_Item_12.jpg Cons_5691_Item_13.jpg Cons_5691_Item_14.jpg Cons_5691_Item_15.jpg Cons_5691_Item_16.jpg Cons_5691_Item_17.jpg Cons_5691_Item_18.jpg Cons_5691_Item_19.jpg Cons_5691_Item_20.jpg Cons_5691_Item_21.jpg Cons_5691_Item_22.jpg Cons_5691_Item_23.jpg Cons_5691_Item_24.jpg Cons_5691_Item_25.jpg Cons_5691_Item_26.jpg Cons_5691_Item_28.jpg Cons_5691_Item_29.jpg Cons_5691_Item_30.jpg Cons_5691_Item_31.jpg Cons_5691_Item_32.jpg Cons_5691_Item_33.jpg Cons_5691_Item_35.jpg Cons_5691_Item_36.jpg Cons_5691_Item_37.jpg Cons_5691_Item_39.jpg Cons_5691_Item_40.jpg Cons_5691_Item_42.jpg Cons_5691_Item_43.jpg Cons_5691_Item_46.jpg Cons_5691_Item_47.jpg Cons_5691_Item_48.jpg Cons_5691_Item_49.jpg Cons_5691_Item_50.jpg Cons_5691_Item_51.jpg Cons_5691_item_27.jpg Cons_5691_item_38.jpg Cons_5691_item_41.jpg Cons_5691_item_44.jpg Cons_5691_item_45.jpg cons_5691_Item_34.jpg
Results 1 to 50 of 70 Show all

Identity area

Reference code

AU WA S4268

Title

CANCELLED PUBLIC PLANS - ORIGINAL STATE SERIES - 20 CHAIN PLANS

Date(s)

  • 1923-08-03 - 1954-12-31 (Creation)
  • 1923-08-03 - 1986-02-13 (Accumulation)

Level of description

Series

Medium

Format

Maps

Status

Context area

Name of creator

AU WA A42 - DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND SURVEYS (1890-01-01 - 1986-07-01)

Administrative history

The Department of Lands and Surveys was one of the oldest government agencies in Western Australia, having been constituted under the name of the Survey Office in 1829. The Office became the Surveyor-General's Department in 1870 and was organized into two branches - Crown Lands and Surveys. The Department was administered by the Surveyor-General who also held the title of Commissioner of Crown Lands.

The Department was restyled the Crown Lands and Surveys Department in 1873 and, in 1890, the Department of Land and Surveys.

The Department of Lands and Surveys was responsible for the leasing and alienation of Crown Lands (except where mining and forestry tenures were involved*), the reservation of land for public purposes and roads, the surveying and classifying of land, and the exploration and mapping of the State. From its inception, the Department was also active in promoting immigration and settlement, and until 1973 was responsible for administering various Assisted Passage Immigration Schemes.

Immigration remained one of the functions of the Department until 1986, and the Department was responsible for the administration of the Noalimba Reception Centre.

Following a functional review, the Department was reorganized and renamed the Department of Land Administration in 1986.


  • Initially, the Department was responsible for virtually all aspects of land administration, but with the establishment of the Department of Mines (1893) and the Forests Department (1919), it relinquished control of mining and forestry matters.

Archival history

Content and structure area

Scope and content

This series consists of 20 Chain Cancelled Public Plans of the Perth metropolitan region. The scale is 20 chains to one inch and the plans are based on the Bonne Modified Conical Projection.

Before 1925, Public Plans for the area covered by these plans were drawn on sheets of the 40 Chain series (Record Series No. 4264) and on townsite and suburban plans of localities in the Perth metropolitan region (see Record Series No. 2168).

The phasing out of the use of the 20 Chain sheets began in 1954. They were continued on the "Old 4 Chain Plans" (Record Series No. 4269). By 1978, all the plans in this group on 20 Chain sheets were cancelled to and continued on the Transverse Marcator projection 4 Chain series (P-4, F-4, M-4, K-4 and Pi-4) and on some regional plans of the 1 : 25 000 cadastral map series.

The sheets are hand coloured and annotated on lithographic bases (app. 63cm x 94cm).

The plans in this series are held at the State Records Office at consignment 5691.

Accruals

System of arrangement

Numerical

Conditions of access and use area

Conditions governing access

Open

Conditions governing access (legacy)

Open access

Conditions governing reproduction

Language of material

Script of material

Language and script notes

Physical characteristics and technical requirements

Finding aids

For a more detailed description of the plans in this series please consult the "Catalogue of Cancelled Public Plans" (edited by Andre Mali), Volume 1, pages 367-372 which is available at the State Records Office Search Room.

Allied materials area

Existence and location of originals

Related units of description

Identifier

Category of relationship

Related

Description of relationship

Dates of relationship

1923-08-03 - 1954-12-31

Identifier

Category of relationship

Related

Description of relationship

Dates of relationship

1923-08-03 - 1925-12-31

Identifier

Category of relationship

Succeeding

Description of relationship

Dates of relationship

-

Identifier

Category of relationship

Related

Description of relationship

Dates of relationship

1923-08-03 - 1954-12-31

Identifier

Category of relationship

Related

Description of relationship

Dates of relationship

1923-08-03 - 1924-12-31

Identifier

Category of relationship

Related

Description of relationship

Dates of relationship

1923-08-03 - 1949-12-31

Identifier

Category of relationship

Preceding

Description of relationship

Dates of relationship

-

Authorized form of name

Identifier

Category of relationship

Succeeding

Description of relationship

Dates of relationship

1925-01-01 -

Related units of description

Access points

Subject access points

Place access points

Name access points

Description control area

Level of detail

Language(s)

Script(s)

Sources

Archivist's note

Copies: Digital copies of these plans are available online - choose the appropriate Record Item and then click on the link at "Digital Copy".

Accession area

Related subjects

Related people and organizations

Related places