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Wolverhampton Outward Postcode (WV)
Click on an outward postal code below for more information about the area.
Each 'outward' postcode give you a comprehensive list of all postcodes within the outward code area (WV) and estimated address.
Click on an 'outward' code for more information. For example, the outward postcode page 'EC2M' will give you an alphabetical list covering all postcodes located in the region, from 'EC2M 1BB' through to 'EC2M 7YA'.
The West Midlands is a metropolitan county found in central England that was formed in 1974 from parts of Warwickshire, Worcestershire and Staffordshire and is made up of seven metropolitan boroughs: Walsall, Solihull, Sandwell, Dudley, the City of Wolverhampton, the City of Coventry and the City of Birmingham.
These cities offer plenty of excitement and the area has long had a reputation for industrial heritage, fantastic museums, new and exciting art galleries and a vibrant and entertaining nightlife.
In Dudley for example, there are attractions such as the Dudley Zoo or the Black Country Living Museum, and there is the Dudley Canal and Tunnel as well as the ruins of Dudley Castle and numerous beautiful churches (such as the Church of St. Edmund or the Church of St. James the Great).
There are beautiful churches to be found in Wolverhampton too, from St. Peter's Collegiate Church and St. Peter's Gardens to the Church of St. John.
Also worth a look are Wightwick Manor and Moseley Old Hall. However, the highlight of the West Midlands must surely be the city of Birmingham, a city that has cast off its reputation as an industrial, grim city and swapped manufacturing for culture, the arts and entertaining. This is a city of exquisite dining (particularly the curry) and fantastic nightlife, endless shopping and constant entertainment.
From the impressive National Exhibition Centre to the football at Villa Park, or from watching the cricket at Edgbaston, home of Warwickshire County Cricket Club, to shopping in the stunning Bull Ring Shopping Centre and the space-age Selfridges Store, (designed using a weird 'skin' of 15,000 spun aluminium discs), one thing Birmingham knows how to do is entertain.
The Wolverhampton postcode region (WV) contains 16 unique 'outward' codes. Wolverhampton is the main postal town/district for this region, with all postcodes starting with the following outward codes.
This page contains a list of postcodes for Wolverhampton area. Select a postcode to see the map location, demographics, house prices, local information, tourist guides and statistics:
Local demographics, guides and information
There's plenty of local information, guides and useful data to browse and explore, whether you're a Wolverhampton resident or a visitor to the area.
Scroll down to discover all you need to know about the Wolverhampton postcode area.
The WV postcode includes the following local authorities:
- South Staffordshire
- Telford and Wrekin
- Wyre Forest
Local News West Midlands
IM Properties reports strong profit growth
IM Properties has reported a sharp increase in UK revenue and profits, driven by land sales and lettings.Property Week
L&G makes biggest regional office sale this year
LGIM Real Assets (Legal & General) has sold Priory Court & The Lewis Building in Birmingham to Gulf Islamic Investments (GII) for around 140m.Property Week
Developer Hub snaps up Birmingham site
Residential developer plans mixed-use scheme in first step outside South East.Property Week
Urban Exposure commits 110m to Birmingham developments
Urban Exposure, a residential development financier and asset manager, has completed a66.9m loan for a residential development in central Birmingham.Property Week
High Street Residential plans 133m Birmingham scheme
High Street Residential has acquired a site in Birmingham for a 133m scheme.Property Week
AEW grabs Lichfield logistics site
AEW has acquired a development site in the West Midlands for a 431,500 sq ft speculative logistics scheme.Property Week
Taylor Grange and Galliford Try launch Birmingham resi partnership
Midlands developer Taylor Grange has selected Galliford Try Investments as its preferred development partner for its residential projects in Birmingham.Property Week
Asia's largest gaming caf signs in Coventry
Asia's largest social gaming caf, Wanyoo, is to open its second UK site and first outside of London at Cathedral Lanes development in Coventry.Property Week
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