Who lives in Stoke Newington and Stamford Hill N16?
Stoke Newington and Stamford Hill are both parts of London which are undergoing a renaissance as the affluent rediscover their attractions. Only a tiny percentage of local residents are unemployed and about the same number are students. By contrast well over a third of local adults are educated to degree level or higher. The average age in the area is 30.
What is the character of Stoke Newington and Stamford Hill N16?
It may be worth starting with London geography 101. Stoke Newington (locally known as Stokey) and Stamford Hill form part of the N16 post code, the final part of it being in Newington Green. There is also a Newington in Southwark, but that is in South London. Likewise Stamford Hill and Stamford Bridge are in two completely different parts of London. Stamford Bridge is where Chelsea play.
Stamford Hill is much closer to Arsenal’s home ground currently known as the Emirates Stadium, which is beside Holloway tube. In spite of the overall density of building in London, the N16 post code has an impressive amount of open space, including Clissold Park, Stoke Newington Common, the West Reservoir and the Abney Park Cemetery. It is also fairly close to the River Lee with all its attractions as well as Hackney Downs and Hackney Marsh.
In terms of architecture, most of N16 dates to the Victorian and Edwardian eras. The area survived WWII better than some other parts of London, including nearby Hackney. Most of the historic, civic buildings survived, but a significant quantity of residential housing was beyond repair. It has since been replaced with more modern housing with various degrees of affluence and desirability.
How can you help me with leaflet distribution in Stoke Newington and Stamford Hill N16?
In very simple terms, if you are looking for cost effective leaflet distribution in Stoke Newington and Stamford Hill then you will benefit hugely from our local knowledge. N16 is still an up-and-coming post code rather than a completely affluent post code such as, for example, N8 or N10.
This means that the TPP proprietary mapping system will go a long way to keeping your costs down by ensuring that you only spend money on leaflet delivery in parts of N16 where you can reasonably expect to find affluent customers.
N16 is one of those postcodes that needs to be properly studied if one is looking to run an effective leaflet distribution campaign in this area. The way very affluent roads intertwine with blocks of council flats creates a challenging environment for anyone wanting to do a successful leaflets drop. We have spent copious amounts of time studying N16 both on the ground as well as on paper. We know which areas will be suitable for which clients and have tailored our proprietary mapping system exactly for this purpose.
We even employ some local distributors that have a deep knowledge of this area.
Many of the streets we cover belong to “old Stokey”, in other words to a time when it was pretty much taken for granted that there would be an imposing flight of stairs leading up to a house. In other words, you need to be realistic about how quickly even the fittest operative can cover every affluent home, particularly if you expect them to deliver every leaflet in perfect condition.
In addition to offering our operatives this time, we also offer them flexibility in scheduling their deliveries. All we ask is that they work in daylight and when it is dry. This means that when the heat is on, our operatives often choose to go out early or later in the afternoon, to escape it. When it’s cold and the days are short, by contrast, our agents can go out in the middle of the day to catch the best of the weather. This helps keep their spirits up and improves their motivation to do the job properly.