17, Kent Road [????- ]
Liz notes that the first mention of this in the Jurors Lists is for 1932, as the home of W.M. Gittins (see http://gwulo.com/node/32834).
His wife, Jean Gittins, wrote about it in her book:
Billy and I enjoyed ten completely happy years before the Second World War cast its shadow over us. Kowloon Tong was a new suburb designed especially for young families. We brought up our children in pleasant surroundings in an atmosphere as yet unspoiled and unpolluted. I spent a great deal of time in the garden, which we had to make from land reclaimed by developers. Billy was working on the electrification of the New Territories at that time and brought home each day a large bag of good soil to enrich the new flower and vegetable beds. I had the loan of a three-volume encyclopaedia of gardening which I studied assiduously and this, together with practical application gained from Mother’s garden and our own (although gardeners did the actual work), endowed me with the knowledge and experience which were to prove so invaluable later on.
pg 19, Stanley: Behind Barbed Wire.