9 February 2018
HMRC postal addresses: Using a courier
HMRC have been gradually switching their postal addresses to a series of BX postal addresses.
HMRC say the BX postal addresses are part of a commercial agreement between HMRC and the Royal Mail and they have confirmed these BX post addresses will not process post which is delivered by couriers. Items sent by courier to any of HMRC’s BX postal addresses are likely to be returned to sender.
Anyone who uses a courier instead of the Royal Mail to send items to HMRC, must use a different postal address which HMRC use for handling courier post.
HMRC’s postal address to be used by couriers is:
HM Revenue and Customs
Benton Park View
Newcastle Upon Tyne
The HMRC address for couriers is also on the GOV.UK website
This address is for all courier items sent to HMRC, including those relating to tax credits, child benefit and Tax Free childcare.