Find Areas By People Type - constrained city dwellers/white communities/constrained young families

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

white communities

compared to parent group: more White - less Ethnic - less other-EU born - high non-dependent children households - live in semi-detached or terraces - higher home ownership

constrained young families

compared to parent group: higher 0 to 14 year olds - less non-children families - live in terraces - more social renting - more unemployment - work in accomodation or food service sectors

FK7 7 - Bannockburn Primary School - Bannockburn, Stirling, Scotland (54 percent)

G53 6 - Crookston Speach and Language Unit - Glasgow, Glasgow City, Scotland (51 percent)

G15 7 - Drumchapel High School - Glasgow, Glasgow City, Scotland (48 percent)

LL30 1 - Cerrig Duon - Llandudno, Conwy, Wales (45 percent)

BT14 7 - BT14 7PN - Belfast, Belfast, Northern Ireland (41 percent)

G15 8 - Drumchapel High School - Glasgow, Glasgow City, Scotland (40 percent)

G34 9 - Lochend Community High School - Glasgow, Glasgow City, Scotland (39 percent)

SK5 8 - Primary School Westmorland - Stockport, Stockport, North West (38 percent)

PA15 3 - Kincaid House - Greenock, Inverclyde, Scotland (34 percent)

KA12 9 - Old Wood - Irvine, North Ayrshire, Scotland (31 percent)

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