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January 2017 – Newman Passage

by Martyn Brown on January 6, 2017
January 2017 – Newman Passage
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New Year, New Me… as so often heard at the beginning of January. Whether or not this is true for you, why not make a resolution to explore more of London this year? Take a look around the different Mews on our website and visit somewhere new – take a photo and share it with us on Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #everchangingmews.

Our Mews of the Month for January is Newman Passage, a cobbled cul-de-sac with a pedestrian through road, approached through an entrance under a building on Newman Street in Westminster. The Mews contains 10 properties that are used for commercial purposes.

The three storey (and more) properties have a mixture of painted brickwork and rendered facades, with roofs hidden behind parapet walls. There are no garages present and the floor surface is cobbled. Parking is restricted. ‘Scarlet Thread’, the 1951 drama was partly filmed in Newman Passage.

Find out more info on the Mews here.

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