E16 4TG

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Uk Mail Ltd

Ashmead Business Centre 1f, North Crescent, London, E16 4TG
Telephone: 020 7335 8000 Fax: 020 7335 8001

Brandon Hire - Hire Centres

13, Crescent Court, North Crescent, Victoria Dock, London, E16 4TG
Telephone: 020 7474 4422 Web: http://www.brandontoolhire.co.uk
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Qlympic Print & Design - Printers Services And Supplies

1a, North Crescent, Victoria Dock, London, E16 4TG
Fax: 020 7511 2233

Lmb Supplies Ltd - Cleaning Materials And Equipment

Unit A, 1b, North Crescent, Victoria Dock, London, E16 4TG
Telephone: 020 7476 6888 Fax: 020 7476 9888

Canning Car Care - Mot Testing Stations

Unit C, 1b, North Crescent, Victoria Dock, London, E16 4TG
Telephone: 020 7511 2334 Web: http://www.canningcarcare.co.uk

The Appliance Centre - Domestic Appliances (Servicing And Repairs)

Unit C, 1b, North Crescent, Victoria Dock, London, E16 4TG
Telephone: 020 7055 5300 Web: http://www.theappliancecentreonline.co.uk

Micks Eel Supply Ltd - Fish Merchants (Wholesale)

Unit D, 1b, North Crescent, Victoria Dock, London, E16 4TG
Telephone: 020 7511 1119 Fax: 020 7476 7595

Track & Build Ltd - Building Construction Contractors

Unit D, 1b, North Crescent, Victoria Dock, London, E16 4TG
Telephone: 020 7476 4707 Web: http://www.trackandbuild.co.uk

1St Inrail Ltd - Engineers (General)

1d, North Crescent, Victoria Dock, London, E16 4TG
Telephone: 020 7474 1459 Web: http://www.1stinrail.co.uk

Clark Electrical Industries Ltd - Electrical Contractors And Electricians

1e, North Crescent, Victoria Dock, London, E16 4TG
Telephone: 020 7474 7404 Fax: 020 7473 1961
Web: http://www.ceiltd.co.uk

Pacific Frozen Foods

Unit 11, Ashmead Business Centre, 1f, North Crescent, Victoria Dock, London, E16 4TG
Telephone: 020 7476 4665 Fax: 020 7476 4665

Worldwide Food Supplies - Frozen Food Processors And Distributors

Unit 11, Ashmead Business Centre, 1f, North Crescent, Victoria Dock, London, E16 4TG
Telephone: 020 7476 4665

Homecraft Letting - Letting Agents

Unit O, Project Park, 2d, North Crescent, Victoria Dock, London, E16 4TG
Telephone: 020 7055 5400 Web: http://www.homecraftlettings.co.uk

Loughton Scaffolding Merchants - Scaffolds Renting Of

5a, North Crescent, Victoria Dock, London, E16 4TG
Telephone: 020 7476 4829 Fax: 020 7474 1433

F R D Scaffold Sales & Hire - Scaffolds And Work Platform Erectors

5a, North Crescent, Victoria Dock, London, E16 4TG
Telephone: 020 7511 3632

Epax Transport Ltd - Road Haulage And Transport Services

5a, North Crescent, Victoria Dock, London, E16 4TG
Telephone: 020 7476 4301 Fax: 020 7474 6843

L M B Co - Cleaning Materials And Equipment

Britannia Mill, 5c, North Crescent, Victoria Dock, London, E16 4TG
Telephone: 020 7476 6888 Fax: 020 7476 9888
Web: http://www.lmb.co.uk

Lawrence M Barry & Co - Textile Waste

Britannia Mill, 5c, North Crescent, Victoria Dock, London, E16 4TG
Telephone: 020 7476 2888 Fax: 020 7473 1381
Web: http://www.lmb.co.uk

L M Barry & Co

Britannia Mill, 5c, North Crescent, Victoria Dock, London, E16 4TG
Telephone: 020 7476 2888 Fax: 020 7473 1381

1St Inpower Ltd

Unit 1d, North Crescent, Victoria Dock, London, E16 4TG

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Area Profile Data

Area: E16 4TG
Area Type: Poorer White & Blue Collar Workers

Poorer and older than those in the "Less Affluent Singles and Students" group, these residents encompass a mixture of couples and singles, some with children. There are also pockets of pensioners. Properties are typically smaller low quality terraces and semis, mainly mortgaged and located amongst and on the outskirts of urban centres. Typical employment includes manual and poorly paid white collar occupations. Unemployment is above the national average and car ownership is low. Mail order channels are often used to spread payments and to earn additional income through commission but levels of credit risk are above the UK average.