I addresses there's an alleyway, or a street whose end is blocked with either a wall or a house...What's the name for such passes in BrE? I mean the term which is used by people or the one which is put before the name of the street or alley on the signs...MANY thanks in advance...
(Could "IMPASS" be used?)
If it's in a residential area, I would call it a 'court'. That might just be AmE though.
-Not a teacher.-
This term is also used metaphorically:
Definition of blind alley noun from Cambridge Dictionary Online: Free English Dictionary and Thesaurus
In the US there is actually a long list of criteria that must be considered before such a street as you described is officially marked either "Dead End" or "No Outlet" or "Not a Through Street." If you were describing such a street to someone, however, you'd usually call it a "dead end" or a "cul-de-sac".
...and how about he word "close" in BrE? In Cambridge Dictionary this definition is given...
UK a road, usually with private houses, which vehicles can only enter from one end
He lives at 83 Barker Close.