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Further reading edit Daniel Lysons (1792 "Streatham", Environs of London, 1: County of Surrey, London:.3 Streatham appears in Domesday Book of 1086 as Estreham.From 18 Robert Garrard, a goldsmith, and his family, occupied the rrards Road is named after the family- Garrard's and Co".It was held by Bec-Hellouin Abbey (in Normandy ) from Richard de Tonbrige.The Streatham Hub project involved the demolition of Streatham Ice Arena, Streatham Leisure Centre and the former Streatham Bus Garage, and their replacement with a new leisure centre and a Tesco store with 250 flats above.It has grown to a festival with over 50 events held in an array of locations, from bars to churches and parks to youth centres, attracting over 3,000 people.A 600 per cent mark-up on what he paid for it".Streatham Leisure Centre had been closed since November 2009 due to health and safety concerns when part of the pool hall ceiling collapsed."I was a wild child, boasts new EastEnders star Nina dagenham escorts Toussaint-White"."In celebration of Mr Callow; Did you know Simon Callow had directed opera, is a dictionary obsessive and loved to torment his teachers?News Pty Limited Copyright 2018."Andy Zaltzman - Streatham's Political Animal".Find out more about our policy and your choices, including how to opt-out."Ken Livingstone: Profile of former London Mayor".Streatham Festival was established in 2002.This culminated in 1990 when the closure of Pratts, which had grown from a Victorian draper's shop to a department store operated since the 1940s by the John Lewis Partnership, coincided with the opening of a large Sainsbury's supermarket half a mile south of the.Campbell, Duncan (16 November 2015).Streatham became the site of the UK's first supermarket, when Express Dairies Premier Supermarkets opened its first 2,500 square feet (230 m2) store in 1951; 10 Waitrose subsequently opened its first supermarket in Streatham in 1955, but it closed down in 1963.London Plan as one of 35 major centres in Greater London."Britons name 'best and worst streets.