One such controversial street name didn't make the cut, however - Lannaster Road - with the developer of Charlemont Rise at Geelong in Victoria amending it due to the fact the name is linked to incestuous characters Cersei and Jaime Lannister, played by Lena Headey and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau.
The publication reported, "a detailed outline of every episode in season 7 include the finale, intended for internal use and dated April 2016 was posted on Reddit's Game of Thrones spoilers-dedicated subreddit, Freefolk, apparently originating from the HBO hack".
"The name was knocked back by the developers next door because of the relationship between the Lannister brother and sister on the show", said the project manager, Gary Smith.
However, there have been no complaints yet about the other street names in the estate and majority were inspired by characters and locations found in Foxtel hit Game of Thrones.
According to the Geelong Advertiser, a local news publication, the Office of Geographic Names required Smith to change the name, based on the stipulation that street names may not cause offense to the general public. He says, "I think they're basically going to go back to hand-delivering and just giving us scripts", he said.
"He's everybody's favourite - we should've given him a large avenue".
City of Greater Geelong administrator Laurinda Gardner said road names should not "be detrimental to the preservation of longstanding community values". "You've got to think outside the box; we were getting so many names rejected".
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