As you'll know if you've asked me for directions I can be all kinds of wrong (ill-advised, misguided, ill-informed, wrong in detail, wrong in general, wrong in principle, wrong in practice) but every now and then I'm right. For example, I'm right in thinking that the Andover estate's street-level garages are a lousy use of space. They're ugly, make the streets fell less safe, and attract fly-tippers.
So this made me happy:
Garages on the left, garages turned ino flats on the right.