Under The Finance Act of 1910, introduced by Chancellor of the Exchequer David Lloyd George, a comprehensive assessment of the value of land and built property was called for as a basis for taxing increased value.
Ancestry, which calls the collection "London, England, Land Tax Valuations, 1910" has placed online original handwritten record images from TNA, with a free index. The records contain:
- Tax date
- Proprietor name
- Tenant name
- Description of property
- Yearly rent or value
The first pages in most sections contain a semi-alphabetical (sorted at least by initial letter) street index.
None of my London-based relatives lived in the area. I found one who owned properties; his residence address in Ealing was given.