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Kingston Upon Thames (KT15)

The KT15 postcode area is located in the Kingston Upon Thames postcode town region, within the county of Surrey, and contains a total of 1015 individual postcodes.

There are 9 electoral wards in the KT15 postcode area, including Addlestone, Ashtead, Chertsey, Chessington, Cobham, East Molesey, Epsom, Esher, Kingston Upon Thames, Leatherhead, New Malden, Surbiton, Tadworth, Thames Ditton, Walton-On-Thames, West Byfleet, West Molesey, Weybridge, Worcester Park which come under the local authority of the Runnymede Council.

Combining the whole postcode region, 29% of people in KT15 are classed as having an AB social grade, (i.e. 'white-collar' middle-upper class), compared to 27% across the UK.

This does not mean that the people of KT15 are wealthier - or higher class - than average, but it can be an indication that the area may be prospering and desirable to live in.

KT15 is a postcode in the borough of Elmbridge in Surrey, located approximately 14 miles south west of London in the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames. The postcode covers the area of Addlestone, Chertsey, New Haw, Thorpe and Ottershaw.

Addlestone is a small town with a population of around 20,000 people and is famous for being the first area to host a branch railway station in England, opening in 1839. The town has two shopping centres: The Square Shopping Centre and The Oaks, boasting a variety of shops, cafes and restaurants. The KT15 postcode features a range of sports facilities including Addlestone Sports Centre, Guildford Hockey Club, the David Lloyd Centre and Star Dome. The area also has many parks and reserves such as Addlestone Moor and Minley Windmill Nature Reserve.

Chertsey is a town between London and the M25 motorway, home to around 21,000 people. The town's history can be traced back to the Anglo-Saxons and the area is renowned for its historical sites and attractions such as Chertsey Abbey, Saxon Tower and Chertsey Bridge. The KT15 postcode includes the historic riverside town of Runnymede, the site of the Magna Carta, as well as the National Trust run Langley Vale Wood and the nearby chalk hill Fort Meadows.

New Haw is a small village of around 5,000 people, formerly called Trollyhail, and is situated on the banks of the River Thames. The village has a few shops, a pub, a community centre and a cricket ground. The area is an ideal spot for picnics as it contains the picturesque Hawley Lake, a popular spot for birdwatchers.

Thorpe is situated between the A320 and A320/A3 and is gradually becoming a commuter hotspot due to the relatively short commuting distance into London. The KT15 postcode contains the local primary and secondary school, Thorpe Edge Community Primary School, as well as its own sports centre with a swimming pool and other sporting facilities.

Ottershaw is a small village with a population of approximately 2,500 people. It is located on the banks of the River Thames with views up to Windsor and across to the Chiltern Hills. The area is known for its country walks and nature trails, as well as its local golf club, Ottershaw Park Golf Club. The KT15 postcode includes the historic Church of St Mary the Virgin, situated in the centre of the village, along with numerous other smaller churches and chapels.

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  • 92%WORKING

8% of people in KT15 are either unemployed or full time students. The average UK unemployment rate is currently 4%.


  • 29%AB
  • 56%C2/C2
  • 15%DE

According to census records, 29% of people here have a social grade of AB (highest), compared to the national average of 27%.


  • 85%WHITE
  • 15%NON-WHITE

85% of people class themselves as 'white', compared to a national UK average of 81.9%.

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The county of Surrey

KT15 is located in the county of Surrey, in England.

Surrey has a total population of 1,176,500, making it the 13th largest county in the UK.

Surrey has a total area of 642 square miles, and a population density of 707 people per square kilometre. For comparison, Greater London has a density of 5,618 people/km2.

Surrey Postal Town Map
Outward CodeKT15
Postal TownKingston Upon Thames
MSOA NameRunnymede 007
LSOA NameRunnymede 007G
Local AuthorityRunnymede
Area ClassificationUrban with Major Conurbation

KT15 Electoral Wards

The postal region of KT15, includes the local towns, villages, electoral wards and stations of:

Chertsey Meads
Ham Moor
New Haw
Row Town
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