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Yardley Street       1-7 (odd) are a two-storey terrace built for Jackson1.
      2-12 (even) were built by Cook2.
      9-29 (odd) and 14-30 (even) are respectively three- and two-storey terraces built for Jackson by Patching3.
Pa1880—
1ESRO DB/D/7/1450 (25 May 1877)
2ESRO DB/D/7/1451 (29 May 1877)
3ESRO DB/D/7/1508 (28 Nov 1877)
York & Albion Mews Alternative name for St James's Place early 20th century1. 1OS 25-inch 1909 revision
York Avenue Northward continuation of York Road.  
York Grove 'Houses buildjng' in Fo1864. Built mainly in the 1880s on the former New England Farm as a later part of the Prestonville development. The land for development of this area was conveyed by John, Richard and Elizabeth Philipson (heirs of William Pegg) to Daniel Friend on 1 May 1869 for £3,800. See also 27a Old Shoreham Road. Fo1864— Census1871
York Hill Formerly called York Road North. To1904—
York Place

¶ Valley Gardens conservation area.
      Fawcett County Secondary Boys' School and Margaret Hardy County Secondary Girls' School. The entrance archway remains to these schools and is now associated with the City College. Both schools moved to Ladies Mile Road c.1967: the boys' school to the top of the road, becoming Patcham Fawcett School and the girls' school to the site now Patcham High School, which was formed in 1989 by the amalgamation of the schools. Named after Henry Fawcett MP and his wife Dame Millicent Garrett Fawcett and Alderman Miss Margaret Hardy. Ba1822—
York Road

¶ Brunswick Town conservation area.
Previously known as Grove Road; 'arranged for building in Fo1850; 19 houses under construction in 18511. The south-east end has an HCS (hackney carriage stand) plaque on the wall. 1861
1Fo1850— Census1851
York Road North Former name of York Hill, also known as York Road. Ta1854; Census1861
York Row At 54 London Road.
The Phoenix
Ke1845–Fo1850; Census1851
York Street, Kemp Town Former name of Eastern Road to the east of Rock Street, renamed 6 February 18961. 1833 map
1ESRO DB/D/27/114
York Street Built after 1776; 20 houses by 1795. Soon thereafter renamed Camelford Street (before 1822). Co1799–
York Street At 13 York Road, leading into Ann Street. Ta1854–
York Terrace New England Hill, Montpelier Road North. Numbered in New England Road by 1872. Fo1864—Pa1871; Census1871
York Villas Two- and three-storey semi-detached villas built from c1870 on the former New England Farm as a later part of the Prestonville development. 'Other houses building' in Pa1870. The land for development of this area was conveyed by John, Richard and Elizabeth Philipson (heirs of William Pegg) to Daniel Friend on 1 May 1869 for £3,800. Sequential numbering from south-east corner Renumbered 1 June 19331 but not clear how.
      1-5 were built by Benjamin Nunn for Kemp in 1876-187772.
      23 was built by and for F Parsons and designed by Thomas Buckwell.
      26 was the farm house for New England Farm from before 1820, which stood alone until the surrounding houses were built.
Pa1870—
1ESRO DB/D/27/158
2ESRO DB/D/7/1350 (4 Apr 1876), DB/D/7/1411 (16 Dec 1876)
Yorklands, Hove Private road of three executive houses built 2003 off Dyke Road Avenue.  
Youngsmere Close Cul-de-sac of terraced housing with separate garage block. Numbered 19 September 1962 and 6 June 19631. Ke1964—
1ESRO DB/D/27/403

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