The Council is responsible for naming new streets and for naming and/or numbering buildings in Rutland under the Town Improvement Act 1847.
Why is street naming and numbering important?
The address of a property is important as many organisations, postal and emergency services need an efficient means of locating and referencing properties.
If a property is not ‘registered’ through the street naming and numbering process it will not appear on the main address database and the owner/occupier will encounter difficulties in obtaining mail, goods and services from a variety of sources (e.g. applying for a credit card or purchasing goods online).
The main address database is used by the Council, Royal Mail, emergency services and credit agencies.
How to register a new Street Name
If you are a developer and need a new street name(s) and properties numbered please contact our SNN team with the following information:
- Planning application reference number
- Site plan clearly showing the layout and plot numbers
- Suggested street names
Send these to our SNN team by email at SNN@rutland.gov.uk
How do I register or change my address?
To get a new address registered, or to add or remove/edit an existing property name, simply fill in the form below telling us what you would like the new address to be.
Should your request comply with our Street Name and Numbering policy we will add the address to our system and inform the Royal Mail and the Emergency Services. Should there be any problems with the requested address, we will contact you to find a solution and get your address registered.
There is no fee for this service.