"quite amusing and drastically geeky at the same time"
The ONS has released its latest postcode data, which is now on my site. I’ve run my usual sanity checks and it all seems to be in order, but let me know if you spot any anomalies.
Have you got any details about the XX10 postcode range (from what I can tell, Royal Mail uses it for Tracked Returns from Amazon and Boohoo amongst others), but I can't actually find any information about it.
I can't say I'm familiar with that one. It's not in the ONS data, so it's either very new or isn't considered a real postcode
Hi Chris,Do you know if there is an open source database linking each no-longer-in-use postcode with its replacement in-use postcode? If not would you have any ideas how could this be achieved?Thanks!Becs
Hi BecsI don't know of one I'm afraid. I think it would require the full postcode data set down to the address level since there won't generally be a one to one match between old and new postcodes. That data isn't freely available so if anyone has done it, it's going to cost money
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