Find Areas By People Type - suburbanites/semi-detached suburbia/white suburban communities

Areas containing at least 20% of the matched people type


outskirts of urban areas - higher home ownership - live in semi-detached or detached property - mix of above retirement age and middle-aged parents with dependent childrent - higher marriage or civil partnerships - more higher-level qualifications - less unemployment - less non-White than UK average - more UK or Ireland born - work in IT, finance, public admin and education sectors - use public transport for work

semi-detached suburbia

compared to parent group: more divorces or separations - living semi-detached or terraces - high ratio of renting

white suburban communities

compared to parent group: less people aged 65+ - live in detached or terraced property - more likely to privately rent

CH66 7 - St Mary of the Angels Roman Catholic Primary School - Ellesmere Port, Cheshire West and Chester, North West (75 percent)

L24 4 - St Ambrose Roman Catholic Primary School - Garston, Liverpool, North West (74 percent)

L33 4 - All Saints Catholic Centre for Learning - Kirkby, Knowsley, North West (56 percent)

EX17 1 - Riddeford Copse - Sandford, Devon, South West (55 percent)

SA7 0 - Glais House Nursing Home - Llansamlet, Swansea, Wales (54 percent)

SK22 1 - Butterbank Plantation - New Mills, Derbyshire, East Midlands (53 percent)

PR4 2 - Longton Sands - Freckleton, Lancashire, North West (52 percent)

NE13 9 - Rook Wood - Brunswick, Newcastle Upon Tyne, North East (48 percent)

DY6 7 - The Crestwood School - Kingswinford, Dudley, West Midlands (47 percent)

CM3 7 - Fair Wood - Danbury, Essex, East of England (46 percent)

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