Muki Haklay's blog post about StreetMap.co.uk ( http://povesham.wordpress.com/2014/01/29/how-geoweb-fossils-become-unusable/ ) has prompted me to revist said ancient relic. To my surprise, one of their zoom levels now uses a map in the tradtional street atlas style, based at least partly on OSM data:
By the positioning of the labels, etc., this does not look like an automated rendering, but the work of a Proper Cartographer. I like this map style. I have always found it easier to follow on the ground than a Google-style map rendering.
(On another note, not sure the copyright statements are exactly licence compliant)