Street Naming & Numbering
Street naming and numbering is a statutory duty of the Council and as the commissioner of addresses it is the duty of the Council to ensure that the process is completed correctly and consistently.
Brentwood Borough Council adopted the Street Naming and Numbering Policy in October 2012. The policy gives a transparency to the processes in order to ensure that there is equal and fair treatment of all applicants of the service.
The service does incur administration fees, to cover the costs associated with the service. Details of the charges and all associated information regarding the service can be found in the Street Naming and Numbering Policy.
To help you with any queries, below are links to frequently asked questions about the service.
To make an application to change a house name on a property, or Name/Number a new development, please complete one of the following online forms:
- Allocate or Change a House Name on a Property - Online Application Form
- Naming & Numbering of New Developments - Online Application Form
Who is responsible for postcode and postal delivery issues?
Royal Mail is responsible for postcode allocations and postal deliveries so any queries should be directed to:
Address Management Unit,
2 Admiral Way,
Doxford International Business Park,
Searches for postcodes can also be carried out on the Royal Mail Website: www.royalmail.com/portal/rm
To report damage to a street nameplate please complete our Street Nameplate general enquiry online form