The Al itself, east of Sutcliffe's pretty Falloden Way cottages, becomes Lyttelton Road. After Soutar had made an attempt to echo the German tower of Temple Fortune in the first block of shops at the entrance to Kingsley Way, the rest of Market Place was handed over to a shopping parade. East of that are blocks of flats. Widecombe Court, for example, is an attempt by Crickmer (1930) to spread small-scale domesticity over a long elevation. The square green at the foot of Vivian Way should have been the Market Place. Nos. 24.30 Vivian Way are an "early modern" group by Brian Herbert.
Belvedere Court, by Ernst Freud, son of the psychologist, is a genuine and impressive attempt to find a new kind of scale for the large block of flats. The vocabulary, with the long strips of window whizzing round curved corners, comes from the streamlined office blocks and department stores of Erich Mendelsohn.