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High Road shops, houses, businesses and public buildings in High Road, Pitsea.

For the properties on the north side of High Road follow this link.

Please note: This is a work in progress with updates as information becomes available. Where it exists, photographic evidence of the shop nameboard has been used in the naming of many of the businesses. Other additional information where known is also included with each property.

High Road Shops & Properties - South Side (2)
Shops, houses, businesses & public buildings between the former Gala Bingo Hall and the railway overbridge
NumberShop/House Name Business - Property TypeOpen/Built
Still Exists
Bingo Hall car park
The HolliesSemi-detached house Post-1949Occupied
ClarendonSemi-detached house Post-1949Occupied
WelbySemi-detached house Post-1949Occupied
KimberleySemi-detached house Post-1949Occupied
Alberta HouseDetached house Pre-1946Occupied
Tennyson Drive
NormanhurstDetached house Pre-1946Occupied
YondoverDetached house Pre-1946Occupied
BeaulieuDetached house Pre-1946Demolished
Pollard RoadPollard Road was cleared of all residential properties by c.1965. The area remained undeveloped until the 1980s when a d.i.y. store called Bulk (now Go Outdoors) opened. The Pollard road name has not been reintroduced since. --1960s
2 Valley HouseRichard Reeder  Pre-1946Demolished
BroxbourneFlorence & Emily Daltry  Pre-1946Demolished
The GlenJohn & Emily Earl  Pre-1946Demolished
ShopGarage Fruit Stores  Pre-1946Demolished
ShopArthur Sharp (relocated: 128 Whitmore Way, Fryerns)
(& c.1982 as A. Sharp & Sons Ltd. Fishmongers, 3A Riverview Centre, Vange + Pitsea Market)
Fish and Chip Shop Pre-1946Demolished Post-/11/1967
Page added: 25/09/2015
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