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Radlett is a large village located north of London in the county of Hertfordshire between St Albans and Elstree on Watling Street with a population of approximately 8,000. It is located in the council district of Hertsmere.
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|VIEW THE RADLETT AREA IN THE 1800s|
The 1800 mapping is bounded by Stanmore (NW), Woodford (NE), Bromley (SE) and Hampton Court (SW).
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|VIEW THE RADLETT AREA IN THE 1830s|
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|VIEW THE RADLETT AREA IN THE 1860s|
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Radlett lies in the valley of Tykes Water, a stream that runs north from Aldenham Reservoir to the River Colne. Now entirely surrounded by the Metropolitan Green Belt, it is seeing significant ’infill’ development and pressure to relax the Green Belt restrictions.
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: Radlett is a large village located north of London in the county of Hertfordshire between St Albans and Elstree on Watling Street with a population of approximately 8,000. It is located in the council district of Hertsmere.
Aldenham 20, WD7
|NEARBY STREETS AND BUILDINGS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP|
· Aldenham Avenue, WD7
· Aldenham Grove, WD7
· Barn Close, WD7
· Beaumont Gate, WD7
· Beech Avenue, WD7
· Brendon Court, WD7
· Brook Drive, WD7
· Canons Close, WD7
· Cary Walk, WD7
· Christchurch Crescent, WD7
· Church Close, WD7
· Cobden Hill, WD7
· Cragg Avenue, WD7
· Craig Mount, WD7
· Craigweil Avenue, WD7
· Dutch Barn Lane, WD7
· Elm Walk, WD7
· Faggots Close, WD7
· Farm Close, WD7
· Folly Close, WD7
· Folly Pathway, WD7
· Footpath 17, WD7
· Gills Hill Lane, WD7
· Gills Hill, WD7
· Gills Hollow, WD7
· Goodyers Avenue, WD7
· Hawthorne Road, WD7
· Hawtrees, WD7
· High Firs, WD7
· Highfields, WD7
· Highridge Close, WD7
· Hill Farm, WD7
· Hillside Road, WD7
· Houndswood Gate, WD7
· Kendals Close, WD7
· Kitswell Way, WD7
· Lamorna Close, WD7
· Letchmore Road, WD7
· Links Drive, WD7
· Lodge End, WD7
· Longridge, WD7
· Loom Lane, WD7
· Malthouse Place, WD7
· Maytrees, WD7
· Medow Mead, WD7
· Mornington Road, WD7
· Newberries Avenue, WD7
· Newlands Avenue, WD7
· Oakridge Avenue, WD7
· Oakway Place, WD7
· Orchard Close, WD7
· Paddock View, WD7
· Park Avenue, WD7
· Park Road, WD7
· Penne Close, WD7
· Phillimore Place, WD7
· Radlett Park Road, WD7
· Regents Close, WD7
· Rendlesham Avenue, WD7
· Scrubbitts Park Road, WD7
· Shenley 13, WD7
· Shenley Hill, WD7
· Slade Court, WD7
· Station Approach, WD7
· The Avenue, WD7
· The Chase, WD7
· The Close, WD7
· The Crosspath, WD7
· The Drive, WD7
· The Grove, WD7
· The Heath, WD7
· The Leys, WD7
· The Rose Walk, WD7
· The Warren, WD7
· The Woods, WD7
· Theobald Street, WD7
· Tykeswater Lane, WD7
· Upper Station Road, WD7
· Waterside, WD7
· Watling Chase Trail, AL2
· Watling Chase Trail, WD7
· Watling Knoll, WD7
· Williams Way, WD7
· Willow Way, WD7
· Woodfield Road, WD7
· Woodlands, WD7
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