Young, Osmond & Young came to WGC in 1930 because the company's Bexley Heath Works were no longer adequate and rapid demand for its products required a new site. A 5 acre site was acquired at WGC and a new factory was built. All manufacturing and design work was transferred to WGC and the Bexley Heath Works closed the same day that 'Unity Works' in Broadwater Road began production. In 1933 the company became became Unity Heating Ltd.

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'Heating & Ventilating By Electricity' third edition of Young, Osmond & Young Ltd's Grey Book. Handwritten date in cover 1938. Donated to the Welwyn Garden City Heritage Trust archive by Lilian A as part of the Where Do You Think We Worked?' project.
Young Osmand Young Ltd
'Heating & Ventilating By Electricity' third edition of Young, Osmond & Young Ltd's Grey Book. This page gives the price of the book (3 shillings & sixpence) and lists company branches as being in Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham, Leeds, Cardiff, Newcastle, Sheffield & Exeter. The book was donated to the Welwyn Garden City Heritage Trust archive by Lilian A as part of the Where Do You Think We Worked?' project.
Young Osmand Young Ltd
'Heating & Ventilating By Electricity' third edition of Young, Osmond & Young Ltd's Grey Book. This page show the Unity Works factory in Broadwater Road. Donated to the Welwyn Garden City Heritage Trust archive by Lilian A as part of the Where Do You Think We Worked?' project.
 
 
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