Havering street is a street in Stepney in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, which forms part of the East End of London.
The track 'Lazy Sunday Afternoon' from 1968 was Inspired by Steve Marriott’s constant feuds with his neighbours when he lived in Princes Gardens in Kensington. He rented two flats in the block under the alias of Fred Smith, he was evicted from both of them.
A promotional music video was made for Lazy Sunday Afternoon, it was filmed at Kenney Jones's parents house in Havering street in Stepney, in the East end of London. The sequence where a woman (the next-door neighbour) rings the doorbell to complain about loud music, used Kenney Jones's parents front door. The sequences with Steve sitting in a garden and the dancing sequences, was filmed at a green belonging to a nearby block of flats. The ending shots showing the river was filmed at the Thames embankment at nearby Wapping. The wooden building in the video remains unidentified, probably it has been torn down.
Havering street looks much like it did in the 60s apart from a few more signs, the Thames embankement is reachable in several places and it is hard to find the exact spot where the video was filmed since there is little in the video to identify where the exact spot was.