Place in Print stocks a variety of Central London themed prints, posters, books, maps, homewares, clothing and gifts. Central London is, unsurprisingly, the most central portion of London. Although there is no fixed definition of the area that constitutes Central London, it is accepted to be the area that includes the city's most important political and cultural institutions.
London Postcodes Map
The London postal district covers an area of 241 sq miles. This area, which includes postcodes beginning N, NW, SW, SE, W, WC, E and EC, receives all post marked for 'London'. The London postal district does not cover the whole of Greater London, and so a number of areas which are considered to be in London do not have postcodes that conform to the London postal district abbreviations. The capital's newest postcode is E20, which was added in 2011 and covers the Olympic site in Stratford.
This limited edition numbered giclee print by South London Prints depicts the geographical location of each of the Inner London Postcode areas. Each postcode has been hand-drawn to scale in order to represent the size of the postcode area. The River Thames is also shown, including the location of road bridges that cross it.