Search engine giant Google has invited UK residents for a Google Street View poll, in which the general public will be asked to vote for Britain's best street in three categories: Best Foodie Street, Best Fashion Street and Britain's Most Picturesque Street.
According to a post on the Google Official blog, Britain's Best Foodie Street should be the one which offers a 'unique' blend of cultural and regional items available in different prices. The street should comprise of elegant restaurants, cafe and food stalls.
On the other hand, Google describes Britain's best fashion street as 'an eclectic mix of boutique and high street, designer and high street for all clothing tastes and ages. The winning street should satisfy both bargain-hunters and label-lovers.'
Britain's most picturesque street, according to Google, should be 'uniquely British' and good to look at. The street can be vibrant in color, architecturally well-designed, diverse and full of character.
The Telegraph has reported that according to the on-going voting trend, New College Lane in Oxford, Main Street, Tobermory in Mull and Royal Crescent in Bath are the top contenders for the title of Britain's most picturesque street.
The title for the best fashion street is being contended between Westbourne Grove in London and other popular fashion streets in the cities of Liverpool, Manchester and Cheshire. Expect the results to be known over the next few hours or so.