Edited: name changed to reflect subject now about UK Quickstart page
The How to Label Cities
section on Postal vs Actual Addresses lists, as an example, Bromley (Kent) which is in the LB Bromley. However, as that Bromley is the largest town of that name in the UK, the rules dictate that it should drop the (County) suffix and, on the map, we show it as "Bromley".
Ditto Enfield, which the wiki refers to as Enfield (Middx), but which is only seen on the map as "Enfield", although there is a set of streets with the city set to Enfield (Middlesex) just north-west of Gordon Hill on the map, and as an alt name on Myddleton Ave in Forty Hill.
The other example given in the wiki is Hornchurch, and Hornchurch and South Hornchurch, both in Essex, are the only Hornchurches in the UK, so don't need a suffix, meaning we have a slightly misleading set of examples.
We do have a couple of good examples - Belmont in LB Harrow, and Belmont in LB Sutton. The Sutton version is correctly shown on the map as Belmont (Surrey). The Barnet version is shown as Belmont (London) where it should be Belmont (Middx) according to the Gazetteer. There are quite a few other Belmonts around the country, and I have no idea which could claim to be the largest.
As Belmont is a good example of the Postal vs Actual Addresses scenario, can I suggest that we drop the use of Bromley, Enfield and Hornchurch, and amend the wiki to use the Belmont examples.
What do people think?