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Maps and Surveys including 1935 Ordnance Survey Map. Maps that have been digitised to date are the1935 map, reference D/Z/L/8 as well as D/Z/L/7, a map of St Helier with the fiefs dated 1875.
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D/Z/L/1 Copy of the 1792 map of the Cherbourg Peninsula ordered by the Minister for the Service of Shipping of the French Republic. Public Record Office Copy 1329
D/Z/L/2 Survey of the coast and foreshore from the Engineer's Barracks to the Dicq, scale 30 foot = 1 inch - original ref: PW/SW231, shows the Havre des Pas area. Plan drawn by Reginald J Lloyd, Architect and Surveyor, States Engineers Office, Royal Square, St Helier and approved by Edward Mourant, Receiver General. Lodged 'au Greffe' 08/01/1894.
D/Z/L/3 Proposed coast road around St Aubin's Bay; Plan of portion at present commenced between Cheapside, First Tower and Millbrook, scale 80 feet = 1 inch. Adopted by the Comité de Surveillance des Grande Routes [Committee of Road Surveillance ]
D/Z/L/4 Survey of the foreshore from First Tower to St Aubin's Harbour, scale 80 foot = 1 inch. Adopted by the Defense Committee 18/06/1897. Lodged au Greffe 1/09/1897
D/Z/L/5 Map of St Helier copied from the Ordnance Survey Map as part of the Barette Report. Shows Havre des Pas and St Helier Town.
D/Z/L/6 Map of the Channel Islands and Adjacent Coast of France complied with information from the Hydrographic Department, scale 1:150,000. Shows fishing limits.
D/Z/L/7 Map of the Town, Ports and Harbours of St Helier with the approximate limits of the town fiefs of Meleches, Prieur, La Fosse, Buisson, Grainville, Collette des Augres drawn on in pen