Street Numbering - Unregistered address
If a property is not “registered” the owner/occupier will encounter difficulties in obtaining goods and services from a variety of sources such as applying for a credit card or goods bought by mail order.
All organisations purchase their address databases from Royal Mail. if an address does not show on the database held by Royal Mail, it is interpreted that the property does not exist.
When a property is officially named or numbered by East Northamptonshire Council, Royal Mail is notified as part of the process. Therefore it is imperative that all Street Numbering applications are made to East Northamptonshire Council.
- Policy and Procedures for Street Naming and Numbering
- Street Naming - Proposal and consultation for the naming of streets
- Street Naming - A step by step guide
- Street Naming - Good practice when selecting a name
- Street Naming - Good practice when selecting a street suffix
- Street Naming - Service charges
- Street Naming - Provision of street nameplates(s)
- Street Naming - Specification for street nameplates
- Street Naming - Erection of street nameplates
- Street Naming - Legislation
- Street Numbering - Unregistered address (you are here)
- Street Numbering - Developing a single property / small development
- Street Numbering - Developing a large estate
- Street Numbering - Changing a property name
- Street Numbering - Adding a name to your property
- Street Numbering - Postcodes
- Street Numbering - Legislation