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If you are from London or one the surrounding areas, or even from someplace more distant within the United Kingdom, you may know that the EC in the EC postcode area stands for Eastern Central. The EC postcode area is sometimes distinguished as being in the capital city by being called the London EC postcode area, to be more specific. Whether or not you knew what the initials stand for, you may not know that this postcode area is made up of a number of postcode districts and they are all located in central London. There are four districts - EC1, 2, 3 and 4 - which have been further divided into smaller districts. There is also one non-geographic district, the EC50. The four original districts, however, were determined back in 1917, and London has changed quite a bit since then, so it is no wonder that there has been some re-drawing and further partitioning.
The four main districts are not used for mail sorting, since that's what the smaller sub-districts are for, but instead are used as geographic references and locators on street signs, helping residents and tourists alike to navigate the area. Together, the EC1, EC2 EC3 and EC4 postcode districts cover almost the entire City of London as well as parts of a number of London Boroughs: Camden, Islington, Tower Hamlets and Hackney. It's no surprise, however, that the postcodes needed to be further broken down, since this part of London is so heavily populated.
The EC1 postcode, which we are interested in here, has a number of postcode districts within its bounds. They are: EC1A, EC1M, EC1N, EC1P, EC1R, EC1V, and EC1Y. Each of these smaller postcode districts falls within the post town of London, but has a distinct coverage area. Each also falls within one of the following local authority areas: City of London, Islington, Camden, or Hackney. EC1A covers St. Bartholemew's Hospital' EC1M covers Clerkenwell and Farringdon; EC1N covers Hatton Garden in Camden; EC1P is a non-geographic postcode; EC1R covers Finsbury Estate (west) and Finsbury; EC1V covers Moorfields Eye Hospital and Finsbury (east); and EC1Y covers St. Luke's and Bunhill Fields in Islington. The EC1 boundaries are City Road on the north, Chiswell and Newgate Streets on the south, Aldersgate Street on the east and Rosebery Ave. on the west.
It's a good idea to reserve a parking space with the council for the day of your move. Check the borough website for info or a number to call. Remember, for an easy EC1 move, there's only one company you need to contact. And, of course, we are always available when you do contact us, whether online or over the phone at
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