While most people now get in touch with the Department for Work and Pensions and other UK Government offices online or through the telephone, there are still a significant number of people who prefer to do things via mail, or simply have something that would be more suitable to be sent via post. This is why the DWP still run an ESA mail opening facility for Basildon, and why this is still a very popular search term online. This is why we’ve put together this short guide on what address you need to use to get in touch with the Employment and Support Allowance team in Basildon – as these things are still important, even today.
What address should I use to mail ESA Basildon?
As previously mentioned, it is in fact a DWP mail opening facility that deals with the processing the postal initially. For this reason, they are all sent to a central hub in Wolverhampton, rather than delivered to Basildon. However, it is still important to use the correct address – which is provided both below and on the official DWP website. To send mail to the Employment and Support Allowance team in Basildon, address your letter to:
Post Handling Site B