This is an ordinary street in an ordinary city in extraordinary times.
Just like millions around the UK, residents living on a road in Leeds are dealing with life in lockdown.
Several households on the street are keeping video diaries for Sky News, and will be sharing their experiences in the days and weeks ahead.
Name: Saf (aka) Faji
Occupation: Property Agent
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Saf, known by everyone as Faji, lives with his mother and two sisters. He works in the property business doing up houses and renting them out, but that's come to a halt during the lockdown.
Builders aren't working, suppliers are shut and one of Faji's tenants says they can't pay the rent as they are out of work. He's navigating his way through this and letting off steam by getting fit in the outdoor gym he's created in the garden of number 11.
He helps out in the community going shopping for the family and other residents who need help. Faji isn't taking any risks – he's got gloves and wears masks when he goes out into the community.
Name: Liz and Phil
Age: Both 67
Liz and Phil have lived in their four bed detached house for 40 years, and have seen the road become increasingly diverse over the years.
Phil has a software background and Liz was a yoga trainer and still does a weekly yoga class with a friend online. Lockdown for Liz and Phil means a combination of sewing, baking, reading and photography. Whilst Liz's regular running club is not on, they are both enjoying keeping fit.
They are in touch with their wider family and read about the news online. They shop once a week at the local supermarket and pick up shopping for vulnerable people on the street.
Occupation: Fish and chip shop owner
Sadif lives in a busy home with her husband and six children. During lockdown everyone is at home including her husband, Muddassar, who runs the fish and chip shop, which is currently closed.
Sadif is a stay at home mum – and loves it. The children are out in the garden, playing board games, reading together or watching TV or films. She's enjoying having her whole family under one roof for a while – it's the first time in a decade her husband has been home so much.
Sadif goes to the shop behind her house once a week and is fully up to date on coronavirus news. She is heavily involved in community action groups and is taking daily deliveries to vulnerable people.
Occupation: Retired teacher