Postal Code

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Postal Code

A series of letters and/or numbers identifying the area of a country to which to deliver mail. Most of the world's countries use postal codes of one kind or another because they enable more efficient sorting of mail. The first postal codes were introduced in the Soviet Union in 1932.
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To break it down like this I have checked the city they register against the post code beginning LL.
The average house price for this postcode was PS250,069, compared to PS218,711 in the neighbouring post codes, representing a PS31,358 premium.
Meanwhile, Royal Mail spokesman Dave Wall conceded that post codes were not always geographically accurate.
A Cardiff postcode (CF36 - Michaelston Y Fedw) had the highest median price of all in Wales in 2013 - PS355,000 but Trefriw with its LL27 0 post code - saw the highest median price rise in percentage terms.
We are compelled by law to have insurance so the government should see to it that all people get a fair deal including those who live in post codes deemed undesirable.
A procedure has now been introduced so that similar names, which have the same first five digits or letters of the post code, will be rejected.
She is concerned that new estates inside the Loughor Town Council boundaries are being given Gorseinon post codes while existing housing in Loughor is also being post-coded to bring it into the nearby town.
Post codes apply only to the city of Dublin and are placed to the right of the city name.
They will be stamping bikes with their owners' post codes free of charge.
Other ideas include changing plate letters or numbers two or four times a year or including post codes in number plates.
Properties in post codes like L4, L5 and L15 continued to draw in buyers, with many exceeding their guide price.
North Wales has two post codes -- CH for north east and LL for central and north west.