Who lives in Mayfair, Marylebone and Soho?
These days the W1 post code area contains some of the most desirable residences in London and consequently some of London's most affluent customers, over two thirds of whom are aged 44 or under. Under a third of households have children, whereas about half are single-person households a similar proportion of people describe themselves as being single. The vast majority of people who live in these areas as associate professionals, professionals, managers or directors and therefore depending on the specific part of this delivery area, average income can be anything up to 50% more than the London average. Famous residents past and present include, Jane Asher ,Adam Ant, T. S. Elliot and Jimi Hendrix.
What is the character of Mayfair, Marylebone and Soho?
These areas began to take shape in the 16th Century with extensive building works during the 17th and 18th centuries. Many of these buildings are still in use today either as private residences or as high-end commercial property. Some of the finest properties are used by embassies, such as the U.S. embassy and the Canadian embassy, both of which are located in Grosvenor Square. There are also a number of cultural institutions which date down through the centuries such as the Wigmore Hall.
There are some more modern buildings, but these tend to be the exception rather than the rule. Local parks such as Hyde Park and St. James' Park go a long way to making up for the lack of green spaces and the almost complete absence of domestic gardens. While Mayfair and Marylebone are both as tranquil as can be expected from anywhere in the heart of London, Soho is vibrant and energetic. It has long since moved on from its time the seedy haunt of disreputables, although the famous Windmill Theatre is still very much in business. It does, however, still have a thriving LGBT scene.
How can you help me with leaflet distribution in Mayfair, Marylebone and Soho W1 ?
Here at TPP, we think of professionalism as a combination of politeness, perseverance and perfectionism, in pretty much equal measure. You will need all of this for successful leaflet delivery in Mayfair, Marylebone and Soho. As with many of London's historic areas, Mayfair, Marylebone and Soho are full of small, tucked-away streets, which need to be visited to ensure complete coverage of this area. In addition to never-ending flights of stairs, there are also numerous mansion blocks, which pose special challenges.
We make every effort to deliver to these although we are honest enough to admit that there are some buildings here to which only the Royal Mail can get access.
You will also have the confidence of knowing that TPP operatives are aware of the need to behave in a courteous manner to any local residents they may encounter. In our experience, it is far from unusual for people in affluent areas to challenge leaflet-delivery operatives; however more often than not, they will accept them provided that the operative engages with them in a courteous and respectful manner. In addition to presenting a good image of your company, as well as ourselves, this ensures that we continue to get access to challenging delivery areas.