Hexavia

Geographic or postal reference file
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France streets referential file to control the presence and spelling of a street in a commune

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HEXAVIA NOV 2011 is the France streets postal reference file extracted from La Poste Production data. It allows the address line 4 control (street wording) and the address line 6 control (postcode and line 6 wording). It also allows the lines 4 and 5 + 6 (former communes or so-called places case). The postcodes are only “household” type.

This the address line is constantly updated by reliability advisers of Address Centers (CDA), based on the decisions made in town councils and on information feedbacks of the postal network that indicates designation changes or new streets.

HEXAVIA NOV 2011 contains more than 2 million streets and 7 000 other designations of the 36 600 France communes. The streets in the file are the official designations of the streets named by the councils, the accepted designations for streets elements not named (hamlets, so-called places, national roads, blocks, lots …), synonymous streets.

HEXAVIA NOV 2011 is available to control the streets designations of your addresses in whole France and Monaco (except overseas collectivities).

HEXAVIA NOV 2011 is available with the standard 38 characters (optional 32 characters) according to the standardization rules outlined in the AFNOR Z 10-011 and XP Z 10-011 standards. The last one is still experimental until the launching of the address European standard.

A complete and updated version of HEXAVIA NOV 2011 is available each month.

Additional data that can be downloaded:

  • HEXAVIA NOV 2011 material data sheet (.pdf)
  • example of registering format 38-character standard (.txt)                
  • example of registering format 32-character standard (.txt)

 

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