At time of writing this was the last street alphabetically in London. It arrived as the latest street in Battersea during 2010.
It had been an access road to the back gardens of Rowena Crescent but, London housing pressure being what it is, became filled with ten modern dwellings in a gated development.
The curious name comes about because Rowena Crescent was originally called Zulu Crescent when laid out in 1880. The nearby streets had all been named after 1870s British military victories. Rowena Crescent residents of the 1880s did not take to the name for the road.
When the 2010 development was built, and needed a name, the original Zulu moniker was given to the new street.
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