Where the streets have culturally, historically or geographically relevant names

The council has a competition going to come up with a street name (which, is either: culturally, historically or geographically relevant to the area in which you live). The pretty shonky example they give is: "Poets Corner in Small Heath, Birmingham is named so because the streets around it are all named after famous poets; Tennyson Road being one." – so a road is named after some other roads, great.

"All suitable street names will be made available to developers who require a new street name. If your proposed street name is chosen by a developer, you will be contacted and invited to the unveiling of your street name plate being placed on the new street."

So, what have you got? Does Small Heath need a Bluenose Road, or Edgbaston a LolDierdre Avenue? Have a go for all to see here, but don't forget to enter the serious ones first: [link]