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Council Services:

Street naming and property numbering

The Isle of Anglesey County Council acting as the Street Naming and Numbering Authority is responsible for the naming and numbering of streets and buildings within its area. It carries out these functions under the provisions of the Public Health Act 1925 sections 17 -19.

Reasons for street naming and property numbering

  • In emergencies, particularly at night, the need to find addresses quickly by doctors and emergency services can be a matter of life or death.
  • Deliveries and services as well as visitors need to be able to locate properties efficiently.
  • Many legal transactions associated with properties are withheld until they can be identified by street name and numbers, for instance, statutory providers such as gas, electricity and water will not normally connect their services until such time as the premises have been given a formal postal address.
  • Consistency of property-based information across Local Government and within the user community.

Environment and Technical Services

Street Naming and Numbering
Isle of Anglesey County Council
Council Offices
LL77 7TW
In person: By appointment - 10.00am - 4.00pm Monday to Friday
Tel: 01248 752369 or 01248 752364

Useful information

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