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Royal Mail changes routes for Stratford residents

16:11 06 January 2014

Delivery times may change due to the new routes

Delivery times may change due to the new routes

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Stratford residents will see a change in how their post is delivered over the next few weeks.

Royal Mail are phasing in new delivery routes and methods throughout the E15 postcode area to try and maximise efficiency with a reduction in the number of letters posted.

This will see some people have their letters delivered at a later or earlier time than they currently receive, depending where they live on the new delivery route.

They will continue to deliver mail in the morning and for a longer period each day, with many customers receiving their post by lunchtime.

Royal Mail will also invest in new equipment to deliver larger items in a more secure and safer way.

They are writing to every address in the area about the changes and anyone with queries after receiving a letter can call the customer services team on 0845 601 1399.

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