Find Areas By People Type - constrained city dwellers/challenged diversity/multi-ethnic hardship

Areas containing at least 20% of the matched people type

constrained city dwellers

less aged 5 to 14 - higher aged 65+ - more denseley populated - more people single or divorced - less non-White groups or other-EU born - less non-children households - live in flats or socially rented accomodation - higher overcrowding - higher ratio of people with limited activities - lower qualification than average - high unemployment - less working in IT and education

challenged diversity

compared to parent group: higher ratio of ages 0 to 14 - higher ratio of non-White groups particularly mixed ethnicity - terraces - private renting - higher car ownership - employed in IT sectors

multi-ethnic hardship

compared to parent group: more aged 5 to 14 - more mixed ethnicity or Black - live in semi-detached property - more social renting - work in transport or storage sectors

LS10 2 - St Philip's Roman Catholic Primary and Nursery School - Belle Isle, Leeds, Yorkshire and The Humber (63 percent)

CF31 1 - Coed-y-waun - Bridgend, Bridgend, Wales (61 percent)

TS18 2 - Ropner Park - Stockton-on-Tees, Stockton-on-Tees, North East (54 percent)

RM12 4 - The R J Mitchell Primary School - Romford, Greater London, London (51 percent)

L20 8 - All Saints Catholic Primary School - Southport, Sefton, North West (50 percent)

RM3 8 - Harold Wood Primary School - Romford, Greater London, London (50 percent)

SO19 6 - Tickleford Gully - Sholing, Southampton, South East (47 percent)

B34 7 - Heathlands Primary Academy - Shard End, Birmingham, West Midlands (43 percent)

GL2 5 - Longlevens Infant School - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, South West (42 percent)

BD4 0 - Oastlers School - Queensbury, Bradford, Yorkshire and The Humber (42 percent)

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