Find Areas By People Type - rural residents/farming communities/older 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.

older farming communities

compared to parent group: lower numbers of younger people - higher numbers of over 65 - densely populated - lower numbers of flats - higher private or social renting - lower work in agriculture

KW13 6 - Cnoc Bad an Dealaid - Forsinard, Highland, Scotland (100 percent)

KW2 6 - Hill of Ulbster - Whaligoe, Highland, Scotland (100 percent)

L26 3 - Green's Bridge Plantation - Halewood, Knowsley, North West (100 percent)

LL73 8 - Penrhyn - Llaneugrad, Isle of Anglesey, Wales (75 percent)

IV63 7 - Lochan an Torra Bhuidhe - Lewiston, Highland, Scotland (73 percent)

BS40 9 - University of Bristol - Nempnett Thrubwell, Bath and North East Somerset, South West (65 percent)

IP11 4 - Maidstone Infant School - Felixstowe, Suffolk, East of England (54 percent)

PE11 3 - Spalding High School - Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire, East Midlands (51 percent)

LN12 2 - Theddlethorpe Academy - Mablethorpe, Lincolnshire, East Midlands (46 percent)

CA21 2 - Braystones - Beckermet, Cumbria, North West (45 percent)

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