The London Brick Company was founded in Fletton, Huntingdonshire
Halley Stewart and his son, P. Malcolm Stewart become directors of B.J. Forders and Son
Proposed plans of a Garden Village called Stewartby submitted, which was a model village built in the existing Hamlet of Wootton Pillinge. Designed by Mr F.W. Walker, the architect for the Company.
First Square completed (Churchill Close). The houses were very modern for the time as they had a water supply, drainage, electricity etc
Stewartby Memorial Hall built in memory of the villagers who lost their lives in World War 1 and is where the Parish Meetings have taken place since 1937. Designed by E Vincent Harris.
Sir Malcolm Stewart Trust homes built to house retired brick workers
London Brick Company taken over by the Hanson Trust and all company houses put up for sale.
A new housing estate built, The Meadows, The Pastures and the Industrial units on Broadmead Road.
Large parts of Stewartby designated as a Conservation Area.