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SNN Notification List

The following Council Departments are informed of the outcomes of all Street Naming & Numbering Applications:

  • Revenues & Benefits - To administer the Council Tax, NNDR, and Housing Benefits functions.
  • Planning & Building Control - To administer the Development Control, Planning Policy, Planning Enforcement, and Building Control functions.
  • Operational Services - To administer the Waste and Recycling function.
  • Housing Options - To administer the Housing function.
  • Legal & Land Charges - To administer the Elections function.
  • ICT - To update the Council's Geospacial Information Systems (GIS), Gazetteer records, and the Geoplace AddressBase┬« system.

All Torridge District Council Departments not mentioned above will have access to information on addresses by way of the GIS or Gazetteer records.

The following organisations are informed of the outcomes of all Street Naming & Numbering Applications:

  • Devon & Cornwall Police
  • Devon County Council
  • Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue
  • Royal Mail
  • HM Land Registry
  • Valuation Office Agency
  • Torridge District Council

The Council may contact the following organisations regarding a Street Naming & Numbering Application if specific circumstances require it:

  • Cabinet Office
  • Southwest Ambulance Service
  • Devon & Cornwall Police
  • Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue
  • Royal Mail

 

Please note that all official addresses in Torridge are recorded on the Council's Uniform (A.K.A. Idox) System and on the Geoplace AddressBase® system. Addressbase® is used by all Councils in England & Wales to record postal addresses.

You can find out what your property is officially recorded as on the Geoplace Address Finder Website. Please note that not all of the addresses on this system can be used to receive postal deliveries.

Royal Mail store the addresses of active postal delivery points on their Postal Address File (PAF). This can be viewed on the Royal Mail's Postcode and Address Finder. Please note that if your property is missing from the PAF, you must apply to the Council to have it added. Royal Mail do not accept requests to add postal addresses to the PAF from members of the public, and the Council checks regularly to ensure that any unauthorised addresses are removed.

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