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SE1 is a postcode district in the SE postcode areamarker of London, England.

Postal arrangements

The postcode district is part of the LONDON post town. There are no dependent localities used in the postcode district. The numbered district was created in 1917. Before then it had been included in the SE postal district. All sectors (0-9) are in use in this postcode district. There has been no significant recoding of the district from 1990 to 2007. There are Post Office branches in the district at Blackfriars Roadmarker, Borough Roadmarker, Dockhead, Great Dover Streetmarker, London Bridgemarker, Old Kent Roadmarker and Westminster Bridge Roadmarker.

Demography

The postcode district has a population of 55,281 in 25,640 residential properties and the greatest number (88.6%) of the properties are flats. The population density is very high, with 103.3 people per square kilometre. The median age of residents is 30.

Coverage

Most of the district is within the London Borough of Southwarkmarker, but a small part to the west is in the London Borough of Lambethmarker. It includes the riverside Southbank Centremarker and stretches east to cover Shad Thamesmarker and part of Bermondseymarker. It includes all of the area around the southern approach to London Bridge, known as the Boroughmarker. It has a southern boundary at New Kent Roadmarker and includes the area to the north of Elephant and Castlemarker. In the west the district forms a long, thin riverside protrusion covering the Albert Embankmentmarker and ending at Vauxhall Bridgemarker.

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