Cholera epidemic resulted in 13,000 deaths.
Report on the Sanitary Conditions of the Labouring population of
Cholera epidemic resulted in 21,000 deaths.The First Public Health Act
was passed which set up a General Board of Health in London, which could
create local Boards of Health.
Cholera epidemic resulted in 15,000 deaths.
'Great Stink', the River Thames became so polluted that Parliament had
to stop meeting because of the smell.
Cholera epidemic resulted in 6,000 deaths.
Government Board set up to supervise local authorities and to take general
responsibility for public health.
Public Health Act was passed. As result sanitary authorities were set
up and all authorities had to appoint a Medical Officer of Health.
Public Health Act was passed. This set up Local Boards of Health and
forced the appointment of Health Inspectors and Sanitary Inspectors.
water supply was taken over by the London County Council, previously
it had been supplied by eight water companies, only five of which had
filtered the water.