[Tagging] Street and Sub-Street in Address Tagging
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Fri Jan 15 23:08:48 UTC 2021
On Fri, 15 Jan 2021 at 20:20, Martin Koppenhoefer <dieterdreist at gmail.com>
> For the rest, we could consider addr:place and addr:suburb, the first is
> used when the numbering does not refer to a street but to a settlement,
Which is not the case here. It is not a settlement. It is one block
of houses on a street which has many other houses. Whilst most
of those house have addresses like 1 Foo Street, Smallville; 2
Foo Street, Smallville, between 10 Foo Street, Smallville and
11 Foo Street, Smallville is 1 Bar Cottages, Foo Street, Smallville
and 2 Bar Cottages, Foo Street, Smallville.
> addr:suburb is used for parts of settlements
Which is not the case here.
> (and has no bearing on the question to what the housenumber refers to).
> "Foo Road" exists in proximity, and it seems to be used in the addr, it is
> tempting to add it as addr:street, and Bar Cottages as addr:suburb, but as
> the numbering suggests this is not part of Foo Road,
You understand it wrong. The official address is 1, Bar Cottages, Foo Road,
Smallville. Bar Cottages is not a suburb or a locality or a place.
> so a different interpretation could be:
> no addr:street
This would be incorrect. Bar Cottages is on Foo Road.
addr:place=Bar Cottages, Foo Road
> but it only makes sense if there is a place named Bar Cottages (i.e. the
> houses were "Bar Cottages")
That's true of one case I know. The Royal Oak Pub on Quay Street was
split into a number of houses, so 1 Royal Oak, Quay Street, etc. it's
not true of others I know.
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