All the UPRNs linked to to AB10 1DB are shown.
It's important to bear in mind that UPRNs can overlap or stack. For example, a building containing multiple addressable units on different floors, such as a block of flats or a shop with a flat above it, will have a UPRN for each distinct unit. And an open air space, such as a park or square, can also have distinct addressable objects within it such as a kiosk or a structure. Given the limitations of a 2D map, you can't necessarily tell which of several overlapping or adjacent UPRNs is assigned to a specific item on the map. See Limitations of the Data for more detail on this.
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