Road names for Nescot development site

Nescot Development Site – Agreed Road Names 

Road 1:

Roman Way

Roads 2:

Skylark Close

Road 3:

Swallow Place

Road 4:

Buchanan Place First principle of the college

Road 5:

Nuthatch Place

Road 6:

Collingridge Way

Samuel Collingridge was a solicitor and attorney, who lived with his family in Ewell at the junction of Epsom Road and Reigate Road

Road 7:

Clarence Place

Clarence Heinrich Wiener bought Ewell Castle in 1907 and was responsible for laying out the very fine Japanese garden. The castle today is now Ewell Castle School

Road 8:

Constable Close

Henry Constable was the jockey who rode Sefton to victory in the 1878 Epsom Derby

Road 9:

Halliday Close

The Halliday family lived in Epsom and Ewell for many generations. Sir Frederick James Halliday, 1806-1901, became the first Lieutenant Governor of Bengal

 Road 10:

St Francis Place

Patron Saint of animals and birds

 Road 11:

Swift Close

John Swift was a motor dealer on the nearby Esso site before it was Ewell Downs Motor Services and known as Swift’s Garage. He and his wife lived at 30 Reigate Road on the corner of St. James Ave. Subsequently his widow, lived in St. James Avenue.

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