What is it like in your neighbourhood?
How does your neighbourhood or area compare with your local authority, or with England as a whole?
This Neighbourhood Summary provides information about your area to help answer these questions. It provides a range of statistics, and by clicking on the tabs at the top of the screen you can choose what interests you.
The figures on this tab are from the 2011 Census and are for your neighbourhood, often compared with a larger area. All other tabs contain data from official administrative sources, and are the most recent available on Neighbourhood Statistics.
The 2011 Census asked people to describe their general health over the preceding 12 months as 'very good', 'good', 'fair', 'bad' or 'very bad'.People's general health, March 2011
The Census also asked people whether they were providing unpaid care to family, friends or neighbours with long-term physical or mental health problems. This gave the following results:Carers, March 2011
The 2011 Census asked people about their working lives.Economic activity in your neighbourhood, March 2011
- The Local Economy tab of this Neighbourhood Summary shows overall employment, unemployment and economic activity rates, taken from the most recent official sources. The chart, above, supplements this information, showing further detail, as recorded at the time of the 2011 Census. The figures are not directly comparable, due to the different time periods.
- Part-time employees worked 30 hours, or less, a week.
Occupations of all people in employment, March 2011
The chart, below, shows percentages of people aged 16 and over in your neighbourhood by their highest qualification.
For more information about your neighbourhood please see other Summary tabs.
Source: Office for National Statistics