Who lives in Finsbury Park and Stroud Green?
Finsbury Park and Stroud Green together make up the N4 postcode. They neighbour on Crouch End from the West, Highbury in the South, Stamford Hill from the West and Harringay from the North.
Finsbury Park has become a favourite area with with young professionals working in the city thanks to the real estate prices being lower than other London areas while still being well connected. Approximately half of the local population is in the 18-44 age group with a large percentage of households being either single occupancy or young couples with children. Some seventy percent of local residents also describe themselves as professionals, associate professionals, directors or managers.
N4 is specifically an area that benefits hugely from local knowledge and well designed mapping system. At the north-eastern corner of the postcode you can find rows of large Victorian terraced houses leading up to Harringay. This covers the area North of Harringay Green Lanes station.
When we move West from Harringay Green Lanes Station we get to Stroud Green. This is the area between Crouch Hill Station and Harringay. Stroud Green is a considerable greener area with more space. You can still find many Victorian and Edwardian homes here with a little more green, small parks and trees lining some of the roads.
These two areas together are the most affluent parts of N4. Many companies that centre around household services and building maintenance tend to benefit from leaflet distribution here. Since we are talking about and areas with many young professionals all the companies looking to target this demographic would benefit from flyer distribution here. We deliver leaflets for local gyms, restaurants and schools here regularly.
If we look to the Eastern part of the postcode we hit the Woodberry Wetlands. This area consists mainly of some council housing and empty spaces around the reservoir. This is one of the areas that we leave out from our mapping system. This allows us to need less leaflets to cover this postcode but truly guarantee that your leaflets will get distributed to households that might be interested in your services. One of the issues with buildings of the type that can be found here is that very often no leaflet distribution company can actually successfully complete deliveries to large apartment buildings that are locked.
The South of N4 takes us towards Finsbury Park. The architecture turns distinctly Edwardian in this area. Some of the nicer roads in N4 can be found here. With careful planning and avoiding of some of the high roads here this makes for a lovely for any leaflet distribution campaign. Some of our clients are even located here on the main roads.
The last part of N4 that we have left is the Western corner leading towards Upper Holloway. This is a mixed area that has affluent homes and council housing interwoven. We have spent a significant amount of time breaking down each roads to fit within a cohesive map and we normally connect this area with our maps covering Crouch Hill station.
N4, Finsbury Park and Stroud Green are great areas for leaflet distribution when your campaign is properly mapped and planned. We have done that work for you.
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We also cover these places in North London
Islington,Cannonbury & Hoxton N1, East Finchley, Hampstead Garden Suburbs N2, Finchley N3, Finsbury Park and Stroud Green N4, Highbury N5, Crouch End N8, Holloway N7, Muswell Hill N10, Wood Green N22, Upper Holloway and Hornsey Rise N19, Stoke Newington and Stamford Hill N16, High Barnet EN5, Totteridge N20, Tottenham N15, Tottenham Green N15, Southgate N14, Palmers Green N13, North Finchley N12, New Barnet EN4
We also cover these places in North-West London
Camden and Primrose Hill NW1, Willesden Green & Brondesbury Park NW2, Hampstead and Belsize Park NW3, Kentish Town NW5, West Hampstead, Kilburn and Queens Park. NW6, St John's Wood & Primrose Hill NW8, Kensal Rise and Kensal Green London NW10, Golders Green & Hampstead Garden Suburb NW11, Mill Hill NW7