Find Areas By People Type - suburbanites/suburban achievers/ageing in suburbia

Areas containing at least 20% of the matched people type

suburbanites

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

suburban achievers

compared to parent group: live in detached or flats - less renting - less overcrowding - more Indians - more higher-level qualifications - more working in IT and finance sectors

ageing in suburbia

compared to parent group: more aged 65+ - live in flats - more private renting - more overcrowding

PA25 8 - Rubha Glas - Cairndow, Argyll and Bute, Scotland (100 percent)

RG19 6 - Longlane Gully - Thatcham, West Berkshire, South East (100 percent)

CH48 2 - Marine Lake - Hoylake, Wirral, North West (79 percent)

L23 8 - St William of York Roman Catholic Primary School - Crosby, Liverpool, North West (74 percent)

GU10 3 - Cowleigh Copse - Farnham, Surrey, South East (70 percent)

BN12 4 - Goring-by-Sea Church of England Va First School - Worthing, West Sussex, South East (67 percent)

NP44 7 - Middle Wood - Cwmbran, Torfaen, Wales (62 percent)

TN15 9 - Valley Wood - Wrotham, Kent, South East (62 percent)

BN12 5 - Highdown Hill - Worthing, West Sussex, South East (52 percent)

CH64 7 - Mudhouse Wood - Ellesmere Port, Cheshire West and Chester, North West (52 percent)

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