Leaflet Distribution SW13
Barnes is an interesting area in that, in contrast to most of our delivery areas, it actually has a slightly higher than average proportion of people aged 45 or over, albeit only a very small one.
Just under two thirds of households are either one-person households or couples without children whereas about a quarter are couples with children, the latter being slightly above the London average.
About three quarters of residents describe themselves as associate professionals, professionals, managers or directors and average income is about 50% higher than London as a whole.
Famous residents past and present include Joss Ackland, Rik Mayall, Gustav Holst and Brian May. There is also a local monument to Marc Bolan who died in a car crash here.
What is the character of Barnes?
To all intents and purposes, Barnes is a bustling country village which just happens to sit beside a large city.
Although it has its share of national chain stores, it has a huge number of independent shops and markets as well as well-respected local arts venues such as the Bull’s Head Pub, often held to be South London’s answer to Ronnie Scott’s.
In spite of its rural character, Barnes has a music pedigree to rival anywhere else in London, even the music Mecca of Brixton and has close links to a huge range of the world’s most famous bands and musicians from the Beatles to Bjork via David Bowie and Madonna.
Much of the local housing dates to the 18th and 19th centuries and part of Barnes is considered a conservation area. As well as being next to the Thames, it is surrounded by some of the loveliest countryside in the area.
Putney and East Sheen
Putney and East Sheen are two areas directly neighbouring on SW13. Due to the similarities between all three of these areas we tend to recommend combining them in one single drop.
The demographics tend to be basically the same and the fact that they are geographically in the same area definitely helps too.
Chiswick and Fulham
Chiswick and Fulham are both located right across the river from Barnes. Even though they tend to be on the higher end demographically they are our second choice when we are looking to expand our SW13 drops. Both Chiswick and Fulham are perfect for leaflet distribution, full of easily accessible residential addresses and potential clients with disposable incomes.
We give you precise figures for your print run. While Barnes is full of buildings from the 18th and 19th centuries, many of these are now, of course, flats.
We make sure to check not only how many buildings are in a street, but how many individual homes are in a building. We also trim off the less affluent parts of the area.
This is the only way to ensure cost-effective leaflet delivery in Barnes.
Our operatives are paid to take the time they need to do the job properly, i.e. going up and down all the flights of stairs to put each and every leaflet through each and every letter box.
They are also trained in the TPP perfect-delivery technique which makes sure that every leaflet arrives in perfect condition every time and with access to our TPP Mercury system, you can check this for yourself at any time.
Barnes and the general area of SW13 is one of the more appropriate London areas to run leaflet distribution in.
A rather large percentage of homes in SW13 are terraced or semi detached houses with very clear letterboxes and active households. Compared to some areas for example in South-East London SW13 is any distributors paradise.
In a very easy to deliver and target area like this consistency and repetition will be key to a successful leaflet distribution campaign.
Running multiple leaflet drops with 3-5 weeks in between is a guaranteed way to maximise your response rates. There are very few ways as effective as repeated leaflet drops in making sure that all local residents know about the existence of your business. SW13 is no exception.
We also cover these places in South West London
Belgravia-Pimlico and St James SW1, Brixton SW2, Chelsea and Brompton SW3, Clapham SW4, Earls Court SW5, Fulham & Parsons Green SW6, South Kensington and Knightsbridge SW7, Clapham Town SW8, Brixton SW9, Chelsea SW10, Battersea SW11, Balham SW12, Barnes SW13, Putney SW15, Kew SW14, Streatham SW16, Tooting SW17, Wandsworth SW18, Wimbledon SW19, Raynes Park and Copse Hill SW20, Twickenham TW1, Strawberry Hill TW2, Hounslow TW3, Whitton and Cranford TW4, Isleworth and Osterley TW7, Brentford TW8, Richmond TW9, Richmond Park TW10, Teddington TW11, Hampton TW12, Kingston KT1, Kingston KT2
We also cover these places in West London
Mayfair-Marylebone & Soho W1, Bayswater W2, Acton W3, Chiswick and Turnham Green W4, Hammersmith W6, Ealing W5, Kensington W8, Maida Vale & West Kilburn W9, Ladbroke Grove W10, Notting Hill & Portobello Road W11, Shepherd’s Bush & Goldhawk Rd W12, West Ealing W13, West Kensington and Holland Park W14
We also cover these places in North London
Islington,Cannonbury & Hoxton N1, East Finchley, Hampstead Garden Suburbs N2, Finchley N3, Finsbury Park and Stroud Green N4, Highbury N5, Highgate N6, Crouch End N8, Holloway N7, Muswell Hill N10, Wood Green N22, Upper Holloway and Hornsey Rise N19, Stoke Newington and Stamford Hill N16, High Barnet EN5, Totteridge N20, Tottenham N15, Tottenham Green N15, Southgate N14, Palmers Green N13, North Finchley N12, New Barnet EN4, Arnos Grove N11
We also cover these places in North-West London
Camden and Primrose Hill NW1, Willesden Green & Brondesbury Park NW2, Hampstead and Belsize Park NW3, Kentish Town NW5, West Hampstead, Kilburn and Queens Park. NW6, St John’s Wood & Primrose Hill NW8, Kensal Rise and Kensal Green London NW10, Golders Green & Hampstead Garden Suburb NW11, Mill Hill NW7