Map of BN1 2FE postcode

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Postcode BN1 2FE
Nearest station Brighton (0.9 km)
Bus stops
Clarence Square (W)
Clarence Square (E)
Churchill Square (W)
Waitrose (E)
Waitrose (W)
Churchill Square (E)
Nearby roads
King's Road (A259)
Queensbury Mews
Regency Square
Number of UPRNs 22 View
Known addresses
Flat 2, 2 Queensbury Mews, Brighton
Queensbury Arms, 13 Queensbury Mews, Brighton
South Cottage, 3 Queensbury Mews, Brighton
1A Queensbury Mews, Brighton
4 Queensbury Mews, Brighton
5 Queensbury Mews, Brighton
9 Queensbury Mews, Brighton
10 Queensbury Mews, Brighton
11 Queensbury Mews, Brighton
12 Queensbury Mews, Brighton
15 Queensbury Mews, Brighton
Note: Known addresses come from property sales so is incomplete
Latitude 50.822400
Longitude -0.149664
Easting 530428
Northing 104171
Grid reference TQ304041
UTM reference 30U 700753 5633948
Plus code 9C2XRVC2+X4
Altitude 16 metres (54 feet)
Sunrise (today) 04:09
Sunset (today) 19:45
Distance away
Distance to sea 0.7 km
Administrative areas
ParishBrighton and Hove, unparished areaE43000034
Unitary AuthorityBrighton and HoveE06000043
CountyEast SussexE10000011
ConstituencyBrighton, PavilionE14000598
MPCaroline LucasGreen Party
Police forceSussex
Water companySouthern Water
NUTS/ITL 3Brighton and Hove
NUTS/ITL 2Surrey, East and West Sussex
NUTS/ITL 1South East
Country England
Note: Since administrative areas don't align to postcode boundaries, in some cases different addresses in the same postcode may be part of different administrative areas, so only use these as a guide
Date introduced January 1980
Last updated February 2022
User type Small (addresses receive less than 25 items of mail per day)
Quality Within the building of the matched address closest to the postcode mean
Population (2011) 34
Households (2011) 15
Index of Multiple Deprivation (2019)
10,046 / 32,844
Most deprivedLeast deprived
Average household income (2018)
Lowest (£20,000)Highest (£86,100)
Rural/urbanUrban city and town
Built up area sub-divisionBrighton and HoveE35000260
Built up areaBrighton and HoveE34004748
Census output areaE00085564
Lower layer super output areaBrighton and Hove 029EE01016955
Middle layer super output areaBrunswickE02003519
Travel to work areaBrightonE30000179
Property sales
Average property price in Brighton £358,807
Annual change 2.4%
Properties recently sold in this postcode
Queensbury Arms, 13 Queensbury Mews, BrightonOther (freehold)
Non-standard sale
Semi-detached (freehold)1998-11-09£125,000
1A Queensbury Mews, BrightonTerraced (freehold)
Non-standard sale
Terraced (freehold)2004-10-12£185,000
5 Queensbury Mews, BrightonSemi-detached (leasehold)2021-03-25£407,000
Semi-detached (leasehold)2006-05-02£250,000
Semi-detached (leasehold)2000-02-25£126,000
Flat 2, 2 Queensbury Mews, BrightonFlat (leasehold)2021-03-11£277,500
Flat (leasehold)2017-10-13£250,000
Flat (leasehold)2000-04-06£84,500
Flat (leasehold)1997-09-12£55,000
South Cottage, 3 Queensbury Mews, BrightonTerraced (freehold)2019-07-26£520,000
Terraced (freehold)2014-02-20£307,500
Terraced (freehold)2007-02-02£285,000
11 Queensbury Mews, BrightonTerraced (freehold)2009-06-08£357,500
Semi-detached (freehold)2006-11-03£305,000
15 Queensbury Mews, BrightonTerraced (freehold)2006-10-13£345,000
10 Queensbury Mews, BrightonFlat (freehold)2006-06-16£307,000
9 Queensbury Mews, BrightonTerraced (freehold)2006-04-21£284,000
Terraced (freehold)1996-08-16£86,000
4 Queensbury Mews, BrightonTerraced (leasehold)2005-02-16£327,500
Terraced (leasehold)2000-07-11£207,000

This data covers the transactions received at Land Registry in the period 1995 to 2022.
Data produced by HM Land Registry © Crown copyright 2022.
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