The name of two streets in London:

  • Lordship Lane, Haringey, which connects Wood Green (N22) with Tottenham High Road (N17). It lies in the London Borough of Haringey and forms part of the A109 road. Wikipedia page [1]
  • Lordship Lane, Southwark, an ancient thoroughfare, once rural, in East Dulwich, a suburb of the London Borough of Southwark in southeast London, England, and forms part of the A2216. It runs north-south from Goose Green to Wood Vale. The Lordship Lane & North Cross Road area now has a wide selection of bars, restaurants and specialist retailers for the 'foodie' market. Wikipedia page [2] refers.

See also Lordship Lane railway station.