Street Naming & Numbering

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  • Ted.E.Bear
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    Originally posted by Section20z View Post
    I always thought the Post Office did the numbering. A street will frequently cross local authority boundaries which could seriously mess up numbering if they didn't consult....
    yes, it could....
    (example of two next-door neighbours with the same street address, but different local authorities).

    http://www.paulplowman.com/stuff/hou...ins-proximity/
    https://www.manchestereveningnews.co...itain-13673102

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  • Section20z
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    I always thought the Post Office did the numbering. A street will frequently cross local authority boundaries which could seriously mess up numbering if they didn't consult....

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  • pilman
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    A good overview regarding the legislation whereby a local planning authority can register a new postal address can be found on winchester.gov web-site.
    Address Management and Street Naming and Numbering ...

    https://www.winchester.gov.uk › assets › attach

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  • Jon66
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    Have a look at the planning acts. It's all on bailii.

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  • IP MAN
    started a topic Street Naming & Numbering

    Street Naming & Numbering

    I have noted a new LA department or renaming perhaps of 'Highways', to 'Street Naming & Numbering'

    I specifically refer to the London Borough of Waltham Forest

    https://www.walthamforest.gov.uk/con...-and-numbering

    Under the department's homepage it states:

    'legal responsibility for assigning new street names and numbering to new and existing streets'

    Can anyone point me please to the legislation which cover their 'legal responsibility'

    Thanks !

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