BX1 1LT is a nongeographic postcode in the United Kingdom, which means it doesn't have a fixed area that it covers. Lloyds TSB uses this particular postcode, as it allows the company some flexibility when it comes to receiving mail. The BX postcode is used by many other companies for the same reason. British military units serving overseas use the BF postcode to indicate the British Forces Post Office.Continue Reading
Most postcodes in the United Kingdom are geographic, so they can be used to find a specific spot on the map. Those starting with EX, for example, are based around the Exeter, Devon, region, whereas those beginning with YO are based in the York area. The number after the area code indicates which subdivision of the region the postcode is based in, and the number and letter combination further subdivides the area. In many cases, It is possible to find the exact street of an address using just a postcode.
Some overseas British territories have postcodes as well to prevent mail going to the wrong place. The Falkland Islands, located south of Argentina, use FIQQ 1ZZ, and Gibralter, located due south of Spain, uses GX11 1AA. However, these are still treated as international post due to the long distances involved.Learn more about United Kingdom
Export.gov allows businesses to export goods and services to the U.K. The United States Postal Service and various express carriers allow you to export personal items from the U.S. to the U.K. UPS is an express carrier company that specializes in both personal and business exports. The company also allows business exporters to ship packages to multiple recipients within one country to reduce shipment costs.Full Answer >
Australia is 31.5 times larger in total area than United Kingdom. Australia is 2.968 million square millions, and the United Kingdom is 94,058 square miles. The United Kingdom is 3 percent of the size of Australia.Full Answer >
As of 2014, newly qualified teachers in public schools in the United Kingdom earn between £21,804 and £36,751 per year. More qualified teachers, referred to as leading practitioners, earn between £37,836 and £64,677, and head teachers earn between £42,803 and £113,303.Full Answer >
As of Aug. 19th, 2014, UK postage is not expected to increase in the near future. It already increased in 2014 after holding steady for two years since the prior increase. UK postage rates increased on March 31st, 2014.Full Answer >