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Runs between Alexandra Street and London Street, Richmond Probably named after Francis Pavitt (1834-1909).  Pavitt was a surveyor and resident magistrate. He practised in Christchurch for some time.
Named after the city and province of Nelson. First appears in street directories in 1908. First mentioned in The Press in 1901 in a report of a meeting of the
Lake Terrace Road runs from Marshland Road to New Brighton Road.
Burwood Road runs north from Lake Terrace Road until it joins Prestons Road.
A short inner city street between Colombo and Manchester Streets.
Runs between Stanmore Road and Fitzgerald Avenue in Richmond.
Runs east off Fitzgerald Avenue to Draper Street.
Trafford Street is a no exit street that runs south off Harewood Road.
One of Christchurch’s original streets named in 1850 after an Irish bishopric.
Named after Henry Pelham Fiennes Pelham Clinton, Earl of Lincoln.
Radley Street runs from Garlands Road to the Radley Bridge at Ferry Road.
Hargood Street runs between Linwood Avenue and Ferry Road.
Bewdley Street runs from Barrington Street to Evesham Crescent in Spreydon.
Selwyn Street runs from South Hagley Park across Moorhouse Avenue & Brougham Street to Aylmer Street in Spreydon.
The northern part of Wilsons Road runs from Fifield Terrace by the Heathcote River to the Ferry Road/Moorhouse Avenue intersection, while the southern part runs from across the Heathcote at
Collingwood Street runs from Owles Terrace by the Avon/Otakaro River to Union Street in New Brighton.
Springfield Road runs from Bealey Avenue to St Albans Street. It was named after Springfield, a farm of 25 acres in St Albans.
Moorhouse Avenue, one of the original "four Avenues" that surrounds the central city, runs from the intersection with Deans Avenue by Hagley Park to Fitzgerald Avenue in the east.