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London NW postcode area

NW
Postcode areaNW
Postcode area nameLondon NW
Post towns1
Postcode districts12
Postcode sectors79
Postcodes (live)14,677
Postcodes (total)22,111
Statistics as at October 2006 [1]

The NW (North Western) postcode area, also known as the London NW postcode area[2], is a group of postal districts covering part of north west London, England. It is the successor of the NW sector, originally created as part of the London postal district in 1856.

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History

The London postal arrangements were further refined in 1917 when the sub-districts (as appended to postal addresses) were given new alpha-numeric identities for public use;[3] the districts usually cover a wider area than their names might suggest. As of 2004, the district names do not form part of the postal address.[2]

Coverage

The boundaries of the area and its numbered districts have changed over time and are the result of the working requirements of the Post Office. They are not tied to those of the local authority areas served; consequently a locality name might describe varying areas.

The postcode area contains large parts of the London Boroughs of Barnet, Brent and Camden with minor (some very small) parts of the City of Westminster, the London Boroughs of Hammersmith and Fulham and Ealing, and Hertsmere District. The remainder of north west London is covered by the HA, UB, part of the EN and a small section of WD postcode areas.

The NW7 district extends to the Greater London boundary with Hertfordshire and follows that boundary for a short distance near Scratch Wood.[4]

Postal districtPost townLocation in Greater London
and London postal district (red)
1917 nameAdditional coverageLocal authority
NW1LONDON

Head district (Euston)Camden Town, Somers Town, Primrose Hill (part), Lisson Grove (part), Gospel Oak (part).Camden, Westminster
NW1Wnon-geographic
NW2

CricklewoodWillesden (part), Neasden (part), Dollis Hill, Childs HillBarnet, Brent, Camden
NW3

HampsteadChalk Farm, Primrose Hill (part), Swiss Cottage, Belsize Park, Gospel Oak (Part), FrognalBarnet, Camden
NW4

HendonBrent CrossBarnet
NW5

Kentish TownTufnell Park (part), Dartmouth Park, Gospel Oak (part)Camden, Islington
NW6

KilburnBrondesbury, West Hampstead, Queen's ParkCamden, Brent, Westminster
NW7

Mill HillArkley (part)Barnet
NW8

St John's WoodPrimrose Hill (part), Lisson Grove (part)Camden, Westminster
NW9

The HydeColindale, Kingsbury, Queensbury (part), West Hendon (part)Barnet, Brent, Harrow[5]
NW10

WillesdenActon (part), Harlesden, Kensal Green, Neasden (part), Old Oak Common, Park RoyalBrent, Hammersmith and Fulham, Ealing
NW11

n/a (Golders Green by 1930 [6])Hampstead Garden Suburb (part)Barnet

Adjacent areas

The adjacent postcode areas are (clockwise from east) - N (London N) - EC (London EC) - WC (London WC) - W (London W) - HA (Harrow) - WD (Watford) - EN (Enfield) .
Adjacent postcode areas
WD
EN

HA
NW
N

WWC
EC

See also

References

  1. "National Statistics Postcode Directory" (PDF). Office for National Statistics Postcode Directory (November 2006). Office for National Statistics. November 2006. http://www.statistics.gov.uk/geography/downloads/NSPDVersionNotes.pdf. Retrieved 2009-05-29. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 Royal Mail, Address Management Guide, (2004)
  3. British Postal Museum & Archive Information Sheet - Postcodes (PDF)
  4. Museum of London - Map of NW7 postal district
  5. Honeypot Close in London Borough of Harrow is within NW9 postcode, the only address in the Borough which is inside the London Postal District; see: [1] and [2]
  6. HMSO, Names of Streets and Places in the London Postal area, (1930), cited in London Ancestor

Coordinates: 51°32′N 0°12′W / 51.54°N 0.20°W / 51.54; -0.20

 

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