The N4 postcode covers the areas of Cockfosters and East Barnet. It neighbours on High Barnet in the West, Arnos Grove in the South, Oakwood in the East and Potters Bar in the North on the other side of the M25.
Since The Private Postman operates in London postal areas and postcodes within the M25 it is one of our most Northern postcode since it is literally touching the M25 with it's Northern border.
As is typical of North London it is very well connected with both Bus lines and the Tube.
Cockfosters and Oakwood Station cover the Eastern part of the postcode and provide access to the Picaddilly line which is one of the best tube lines to get around London. It runs all the way from Cockfosters down to Heathrow Airport and along the way it passes through some of the most important transport hubs in the country and famous areas of Central London.
New Barnet, Oakley Park and Hadley Wood are train stations that service the Great Northern and Thameslink train services. All these stations are located on the western border of EN4 and thanks to the location of the postcode provide an excellent connection to areas outside of the capital.
It's proximity to the M25 allows the locals who own a car to travel very comfortably around London and nearby towns.
EN4 is also a very green postcode. Trent Park, Covert Way Local Nature Reserve and the neighbouring Brunswick Park cover a substantial area that provides a real escape to families and individuals living in and around EN4.
For the purposes of leaflet distribution the demographics are going to be quite similar to High Barnet. It is suburb with a high amount of families living here. The two heaviest demographics when broken down by age are the under 18s and over 45s. The number of one person households is small relative to other London postcodes.
EN4 is an affluent area with a higher-than-average percentage of people who describe themselves as associate professionals, professionals, managers or directors. It should be no surprise that the average income in here is considerably higher than London as a whole.
This information can be very influential on your decision to target this area with your leafleting campaign. Leaflet distribution should be localised, targetted and tailored to the demographics one is looking to convert into customers. The potential customers are most commonly going to be families with children living in detached, semi-detached or terraced houses.
Even though the New Barnet area has been around since mid 1800s EN4 in it's current form is a relatively young suburb. As such it is sometimes overlooked by leaflet distribution companies and clients looking to use direct mail advertising. This provides a great opportunity for anyone looking to target families and affluent homes in North London. Here at the Private Postman we are experts on deliveries in EN4 and with our experience, know-how and well-trained workforce we can provide the most effective and efficient leaflet distribution services on the market.
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