Site reports and correspondence 1928
Brief report by Captain Edward H Tuckwell , dated June 1928, in favour of the Stag Hill; site
Copy of a report upon the Guildford Cathedral Sceme by Chas Osenton & Co,, dated 26 April 1926, comparing the Stoke Park and Stag Hill sites
Copy of a letter from Lord Onslow to Captain Tuckwell, dated 17 May 1928, setting out his terms for the sale of the Stag Hill site should the Diocese wish to proceed.
Copy of the Cathedral Site Committee’s report to the Diocesan Conference, 6 November , briefly reviewing six possible sites and strongly recommending Stag HIll. The following Resolution was proposed: ‘That this Conference recommends the adoption of Lord Onslow’s draft with gratitude for the basis of a legal contract for the purchase of a site on Stag Hill for the new Cathedral’.
Extract from ‘The Guildford Society Newsletter Winter 201, including a design for a cathedral in the Upper High Street.
Letter from Lord Onslow to the Bishop of Guildford dated 16 October 1928, setting out his views, urging a speedy decision and , proposing the free conveyance of six acres of land and the lease of additional land at an initially nominal rent.