Streatham Park

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Almond Way

Beech Grove

Cedars Avenue

Area around it ploughed up in the Second World War.

Chestnut Grove

Dahlia Gardens

Elm Gardens

Fern Avenue

Greenwood Avenue

Holly Way

Isham Road

1919 – reflects influence of Hampstead Garden Suburb

Ivy Gardens

Streatham Park Cemetery,

1909 Great Southern Group, 20% of burials in South  London, chapel with nice glass, RC Chapel, crematorium, pompous striped glass 30s same architect as RC chapel, run chapel like a cinema, nasty, chapel on Renaissance is awful and columbium chilling. Bewildering lodge and monuments. Cyclist, much of it demolished, burials very close to each other, sad and graceless, Will Hay

Northborough Road

Norbury Estate, 1906, London County Council housing   first cottage estate as a suburb. Undulating 30 acre site. Architects dept designs.  Became model from which two storey housing was developed nationally. Grid of roads with houses in brick and rough cast. Shops no pubs.

Robin Hood Close

Robin Hood Lane

Sherwood Park

Windmill Road

Mitcham parish workhouse built at the northern end in 1782.turned into a trading estate.


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