Find Areas By People Type - rural residents/ageing rural dwellers/rural employment and retirees

Areas containing at least 20% of the matched people type

rural residents

Live in Rural areas - live in large detached properties - work in agricuture, forestry and fishing industries - lower than average unemployment - mutiple vehicles per household - driving preferred mode of transport - people are older, married with good education - above average caring at home and care homes - less ethnic integration - english or welsh main languages

ageing rural dwellers

compared to parent group: less communal residences - semi-detached, terraces and flats - more social renting - less work in agriculture

rural employment and retirees

compared to parent group: less people aged 90 or above - higher ratio of EU-born non-native English or Welsh speakers - higher number of agriculture employment - higher private renting

LL39 1 - Cerig y Gorllwyn - Arthog, Gwynedd, Wales (100 percent)

PA61 7 - Cnoc Càllanta - Scalasaig, Argyll and Bute, Scotland (100 percent)

PH30 4 - Dubh Lochan - Corrour, Highland, Scotland (100 percent)

S33 7 - Hurstclough Wood - Aston, Derbyshire, East Midlands (100 percent)

BH23 6 - Howen Copse - Burton, Dorset, South West (94 percent)

NE47 7 - White Hill - Allendale, Northumberland, North East (84 percent)

PA33 1 - Coire Glas - Dalmally, Argyll and Bute, Scotland (64 percent)

FK20 8 - Tyndrum Hills - Crianlarich, Stirling, Scotland (57 percent)

PA65 6 - Sgeir nan Gobhar - Isle Of Mull, Argyll and Bute, Scotland (56 percent)

IV52 8 - IV52 8TL - Plockton, Highland, Scotland (55 percent)

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