Workmen's housing, Tulloch, Perth

M200 Workmen's housing, Tulloch, Perth

Address: 61–75, Tulloch Terrace, Tulloch PH1 2PS
Date: 1901–2
Client: J. Pullar & Sons
Authorship: Authorship category 4 (Office) (Office)
1882
Land at Tulloch purchased by J. Pullar & Sons from Hector Sandeman to build a new dyeworks and bleach fields. 1
1882–97
Five two-storey blocks of workers' housing are built on the N. side of Tulloch Terrace. The architect(s) are not known. 2
1901
17 August: Contractor tenders submitted for cottages at Tulloch Terrace. 3
24 October: Earliest payment to contractor. 4
1902
4 September: Eight cottages on Tulloch Terrace are occupied. 5
Two two-storey blocks at E. end of Tulloch Terrace, known as Tulloch Place, are completed. Together they contain ten dwellings. 6
December: Final payments made to contractors. 7

Notes:

1: Perth, Perth & Kinross Council Archive: Valuation Roll, County of Perth, Perth Parish landward, 1882–3, CCI 8/1/25, p. 69; 1883–4, CCI 8/1/26, p. 70.

2: Perth, Perth & Kinross Council Archive: Valuation Roll, County of Perth, Perth Parish landward, 1883–4, CCI 8/1/26, p. 70; Perth & Kinross Council Archive: Record of work at workers' housing, 1902, unpaginated, MS51/1/239.

3: The Hunterian, University of Glasgow: John Honeyman & Keppie / Honeyman Keppie & Mackintosh job book, GLAHA 53061, p. 243; p. 245.

4: The Hunterian, University of Glasgow: John Honeyman & Keppie / Honeyman Keppie & Mackintosh job book, GLAHA 53061, p. 244.

5: Perth, Perth & Kinross Council Archive: Record of work at workers' housing, 1902, unpaginated, MS51/1/239, first page.

6: Perth, Perth & Kinross Council Archive: Inventory of Buildings and Plant, 1902, MS51/1/234, no. III.

7: The Hunterian, University of Glasgow: John Honeyman & Keppie / Honeyman Keppie & Mackintosh job book, GLAHA 53061, p. 244; p. 246.