That situation arises in all sorts of areas, because in the UK we seem to find it hard to ensure our local authority boundaries actually equate to towns, something other countries seem to manage.This story highlights just how ridiculous this has all become
The street split down the middle by the government's new coronavirus rules.www.bbc.co.uk
One lady comments that she will not see her granddaughter, even though they live on opposite sides of the same street, their homes are in different Tiers.
There’s no way I would comply in that situation
Mind you, any arbitrary limit does that. For instance, there was a street in my hometown on which people on one side got free school travel and people on the other side didn't, despite them using the same train from the same station. This was because you only got it if you were more than 3 miles away as the crow flies.