Postcode Area Map - (AR1) - Greater London - Locked PDF
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The Locked PDF is a High Resolution PDF suitable for printing, viewing on digital devices, etc. The Greater London Postcode Area PDF is the definitive Postcode Areas map for the area within the M25 Greater London area. This PDF has the 18 Postcode Area boundaries on detailed 1:50 000 scale base map and is perfect for determining territories, franchises or just as a reference guide. Vector Postcode Boundaries (lines polygons & points), for MapInfo, ArcGIS and Google are also available to download.
Title: XYZ Greater London Postcode Areas - (AR1)
Scale: 1:50 000
Size: 1189mm x 841mm
Format: PDF - Compatible with Adobe Acrobat / Reader 6 or above.
Edition: First Edition
Postcode Area boundaries in red with associated Postcode Area names (eg EH).
Map background is a detailed 1:50 000 scale map showing all roads, suburbs, many places of interest, etc.
Xtreme Accuracy postcode boundaries with clear detailed base mapping for you to plan sales and marketing campaigns, leaflet drops, postal mailings, etc.
Use to allocate postcode areas to particular sales territories.
This map is locked to prevent editing and data extraction, but you can still add comments.
You might also be interested in the individual sheets of the Postcode District Map Series.
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|Country||England, United Kingdom|
|Postcode||BR, CR, DA, E, EC, HA, IG, KT, N, NW, RM, SE, SW, TW, UB, W, WC|
|Region||Europe, South East England|
|Finishing / Format||PDF File|