Not Yet Built

By using Not Yet Built together with PAF® businesses can identify and deliver services to the addresses of properties that are currently under construction.

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Facts and Features

  • 100k new properties built annually

  • Data set holds more than 500k records

  • Easy to integrate into existing systems

Five ways PAF and our additional address products can help your business

The Postcode Address File – and its complementary products – offers a host of benefits to organisations of every size and in every sector. It does so in a multitude of ways; but here are five of the most common uses.

Making Online Transactions Easier

Reduce abandoned baskets and expensive returns by enabling fast and accurate automatic address completion.

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Delivering Mail Efficiently

Increase addressing accuracy, leading to added efficiency, reduced returns and improved customer experience.

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Verifying Customer Identities

Verify addresses in seconds, for a better customer experience and reduce the likelihood of losses due to fraud.

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Managing Databases Effectively

Remove errors, duplicates and gaps in customer address information to ensure your records are up to date and standardised.

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Identifying Addresses in a Specific Geographic Area

Optimise route planning and select specific postcode areas to improve operational efficiency and customer targeting.

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Complementary data products

Using Not Yet Built alongside our other complementary
data products can help you get more out of PAF.

The Benefits of Not Yet Built

Discover more about the benefits of Not Yet Built.

Identify properties under construction

Services ready for owners moving in

Data from every UK Local Authority

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