Street Numbering - Developing a large estate
If you are a developer of a large estate once you commence work on the site, an application for Street Numbering (and Street Naming if applicable) should be submitted in writing to the Property Systems Officer at East Northamptonshire Council. This can be done via our online form. Or by e-mailing email@example.com.
We will require details of the Planning Application Reference Number where applicable and an up to date Plot to Postal Plan or site plan showing the position of the properties within the development and development boundary along with their Plot Numbers.
We can then process the naming of any new streets and the numbering of your properties without delay. Please see the Street Naming section for full details regarding this process.
A naming and numbering schedule will be finalised and sent out the developer and the following consultees:
- Royal Mail
- Utility Companies (i.e. Anglian Water)
- Emergency Services
- Land Registry
- Ordnance Survey
- Town or Parish Council
- Valuation Office
It is the responsibility of the developer to ensure that this numbering scheduled is adhered to when informing buyers of their new property address.
- 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
- Street Numbering - Developing a single property / small development
- Street Numbering - Developing a large estate (you are here)
- Street Numbering - Changing a property name
- Street Numbering - Adding a name to your property
- Street Numbering - Postcodes
- Street Numbering - Legislation