Find Areas By People Type - rural residents/farming communities/established farming communities

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

farming communities

compared to parent group: more detached households, less terraced or flats - less social renting, high number of people working in agriculture.

established farming communities

compared to parent group: live in terraced or end-terraced homes - public transport favoured mode of transport - employed people are in finance sectors

KW7 6 - Beinn nan Coireag - Berriedale, Highland, Scotland (100 percent)

LL78 8 - Llyn Cadarn - Llanfair Mathafarn Eithaf, Isle of Anglesey, Wales (88 percent)

HP17 9 - Ashmead Combined School - Dinton, Buckinghamshire, South East (76 percent)

LS17 0 - The Gorge - Harewood, Leeds, Yorkshire and The Humber (74 percent)

L39 0 - Downholland Moss - Ormskirk, Lancashire, North West (74 percent)

OX26 1 - Bicester North - Bicester, Oxfordshire, South East (72 percent)

BH21 8 - Burrows Copse - Colehill, Dorset, South West (70 percent)

L39 8 - Ormskirk Church of England Primary School - Ormskirk, Lancashire, North West (68 percent)

LL37 2 - Allt Carn-gadell - Llangelynin, Gwynedd, Wales (63 percent)

HU20 3 - The Rookery - Rowley, East Riding of Yorkshire, Yorkshire and The Humber (63 percent)

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