W6 covers the area of Hammersmith. It neighbours on Shepherd's Bush in the North, Fulham in the South, Chiswick in the West and West Kensington in the East. Around 50% of the local population is aged between 18-44 years old. Approximately 35% of the households in the postcode are single person households.
W6 is a very varied posctode when it comes to the kinds of properties and households it consists of. There are areas with very high household incomes, large council buildings and a surprisingly high number of properties with gardens. Around 30% of all houses in W6 to be exact.
Around 70% of people in Hammersmith describe themselves as associate professionals, professionals, managers or directors with the result that average income considerably higher than the London average.
Hammersmith is very well connceted to Central London with Circle, Hammersmith and City, Disctrict and Picaddilly line with tube station like Hammersmith or Ravenscourt Park. On top of that there are many bus connections connecting Hammersmith with Kensington, Fulham and Westminter amongst other parts of London. As such it is very in demand for people working in the city. With it's surprising number of houses with gardens and other green areas it is a fantastic place to live while being ten minutes from the centre of one of the largest cities in the world.
It is also well connceted to Heathrow airport thank to the A4.
Hammersmith has varied architecture ranging from old pubs many of which considerably older than 100 years to modern office buildings.
Due to it's variety, W6 is a postcode that will largely benefit from our detailed mapping systém. We have mapped our each individual area of the postcode and assessed every street. This allowed us to exclude local authority housing and all businesses. This is done in order to facilitate the most effective and efficient leaflet distribution service possible. We make sure to include only quality, deliverable households in our numbers and a such we make sure to make the most of your leaflets.
We understand that any copmany engaging in leaflet distributio has multiple costs attached to each campaign. From leaflet design, leaflet printing and deliveries to the distribution itself. By making sure that we do not waste any of your leaflets we honor your investments into your campaign.
We also make sure to never deliver your leaflet in the rain in order to not damage and never fold your leaflets unless absolutely necessary. We deliver one leaflet per household. Our policy is delivering a single leaflet to houses with one households, two leaflet to buildings with two households and maximum three leaflets to homes with three or more households. By delivering a maximum of three leaflets to larger buildings we make sure not create piles of leaflets that are either ignored or discarded. We deliver three leaflets through a letterbox of a house split into three flats or leave three lefalets with a concierge in a larger apartment building where we couldn't gain access to the individual letterboxes for each flat.