Find Areas By People Type - multicultural metropolitans/asian traits/multicultural new arrivals

Areas containing at least 20% of the matched people type

multicultural metropolitans

large urban conurbations between urban centres and suburbs - terraced housing - both private and social renting - high ethnic mix - below average UK or Ireland born - less likely native English/Welsh speakers - likely to be below retirement age - above average school or college attendance - average marriage and divorce rates - qualifications slightly below average - above average unemployment - people work in transport and admin sectors - higher public transport use, less multiple vehicle ownership

asian traits

compared to parent group: high Chinese - high Indian - detached or semi-detached property - high home ownership - 2+ cars - lower unemployment - work in IT and finance sectors

multicultural new arrivals

compared to parent group: high non-White - high new-EU born - high non-English/Welsh main language - terraces or flats - overcrowded

UB6 7 - Wood End Infant School - Southall, Greater London, London (87 percent)

HA0 2 - Sudbury and Harrow Road - Brent, Greater London, London (83 percent)

UB6 8 - Horsenden Primary School - Southall, Greater London, London (82 percent)

UB5 5 - Greenwood Primary School - Southall, Greater London, London (81 percent)

UB6 0 - Horsenden Primary School - Southall, Greater London, London (80 percent)

HA2 8 - Grange Primary School - Harrow, Greater London, London (77 percent)

HA3 9 - St Luke's Hospice - Harrow, Greater London, London (73 percent)

HA8 6 - The London Academy - Barnet, Greater London, London (72 percent)

CR0 6 - Bowens Wood - Croydon, Greater London, London (71 percent)

HA2 9 - Roxeth Primary School - Harrow, Greater London, London (68 percent)

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