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About the borough

Key population and demographic facts about the London borough of Barking and Dagenham.

Did you know that Barking and Dagenham has:

  • 211,998 residents - 7th smallest population in London
  • 57,865 under 16s - highest proportion in London and the UK
  • 134,378 16 to 64s - 6th lowest proportion in London
  • 19,755 over 65’s - 7th lowest proportion in London
  • 33.1 average age - lower than London average (36.4)
  • 62.8 male healthy life expectancy - below London average (63.9)
  • 62.3 female healthy life expectancy - below London average (64.6)
  • 46.1 average attainment 8 score per pupil (GCSE) - below London average (49.3)
  • 8.2% have no qualifications - higher than London average (6.7%)
  • 79.6 births per 1,000 women of childbearing age - highest in London
  • 92.6 crimes per 1,000 people - below London average (100.3)
  • 13.7 domestic abuse offences per 1,000 people - highest in London
  • £310,000 average house price - lowest in London
  • 5.5% unemployment - higher than London average (4.7%)
  • 71.3% employment - below London average (74.5%)
  • 1.4% income support claimants - highest in London
  • 64.9% Black and minority ethnic (BME) population - above London average (61.3%)
  • 13.3% obesity amongst children in Reception - highest in London
  • 3.7% NEET and Not Known - below London average (4.5%)

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Abbey - did you know?

Did you know that Abbey has:

  • 15,708 residents - highest in the borough
  • 4,343 under 16s - 6th highest proportion in the borough
  • 10,546 16s to 64s - highest proportion in the borough
  • 819 65 and over – 2nd lowest proportion in the borough
  • 30 average age - younger than the borough average (33)
  • 80.3 male life expectancy - oldest in the borough
  • 84.2 female life expectancy - 2nd oldest in the borough
  • 48.7 average attainment 8 score per pupil (GCSE) - 3rd highest in the borough
  • 21.9% open space - lower than the borough average (33.7%)
  • 90.9 births per 1,000 women of childbearing age – 2nd highest in the borough
  • 177.4 crimes per 1,000 people - highest in the borough
  • 14.5 domestic abuse offences per 1,000 people - higher than the borough average (13.3)
  • £227,500 median house price (all types) - lowest in the borough
  • 3.8% unemployment related benefits claimants - lower than the borough average (3.9%)
  • £27,153 median household income - higher than the borough average (£27,148)
  • 1.0% income support claimants - lower than the borough average (1.5%)
  • 88.0% BME population - highest proportion in the borough
  • 15.6% obesity amongst children in Reception - highest in the borough
  • 2.9% NEET and Not Known - lower than the borough average (3.7%)

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Alibon - did you know

Did you know that Alibon has:

  • 10,969 residents - lowest in the borough
  • 2,892 under 16s - 5th lowest proportion in the borough
  • 7,077 16s to 64s - 3rd highest proportion in the borough
  • 1,000 65 and over - 6th lowest proportion in the borough
  • 34 average age - older than the borough average (33)
  • 77.0 male life expectancy - younger than the borough average (77.8)
  • 82.7 female life expectancy - older than the borough average (82.6)
  • 46.7 average attainment 8 score per pupil (GCSE) - higher than the borough average (46.2)
  • 20.6% open space - lower than the borough average (33.7%)
  • 78.0 births per 1,000 women of childbearing age - lower than the borough average (79.6)
  • 82.5 crimes per 1,000 people - lower than the borough average (89.3)
  • 16.0 domestic abuse offences per 1,000 people - higher than the borough average (13.3)
  • £307,000 median house price (all types) - lower than the borough average (£310,000)
  • 4.5% unemployment related benefits claimants - 2nd highest in the borough
  • £27,407 median household income - higher than the borough average (£27,148)
  • 1.8% income support claimants - higher than the borough average (1.5%)
  • 54.3% BME population - lower than the borough average (63.6%)
  • 13.5% obesity amongst children in Reception - higher than the borough average (13.3%)
  • 5.3% NEET and Not Known - higher than the borough average (3.7%)

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Becontree - did you know?

Did you know that Becontree has:

  • 14,977 residents - 3rd highest in the borough
  • 4,212 under 16s - 5th highest proportion in the borough
  • 9,575 16s to 64s - 6th highest proportion in the borough
  • 1,190 65 and over - 4th lowest proportion in the borough
  • 32 average age - younger than the borough average (33)
  • 76.1 male life expectancy - younger than the borough average (77.8)
  • 80.2 female life expectancy - youngest in the borough
  • 46.5 average attainment 8 score per pupil (GCSE) - higher than the borough average (46.2)
  • 1.9% open space - lowest in the borough
  • 73.9 births per 1,000 women of childbearing age - lower than the borough average (79.6)
  • 69.6 crimes per 1,000 people – 2nd lowest in the borough
  • 14.0 domestic abuse offences per 1,000 people - higher than the borough average (13.3)
  • £313,750 median house price (all types) - higher than the borough average (£310,000)
  • 4.2% unemployment related benefits claimants - higher than the borough average (3.9%)
  • £29,144 median household income - higher than the borough average (£27,148)
  • 1.3% income support claimants - lower than borough average (1.5%)
  • 64.4% BME population - higher than the borough average (63.6%)
  • 14.2% obesity amongst children in Reception - 2nd highest in the borough
  • 1.9% NEET and Not Known - 2nd lowest proportion in the borough

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Chadwell heath - did you know?

Did you know that Chadwell Heath has:

  • 11,312 residents - 5th lowest in the borough
  • 2,878 under 16s - 3rd lowest proportion in the borough
  • 6,871 16s to 64s - lowest proportion in the borough
  • 1,563 65 and over - 2nd highest proportion in the borough
  • 36 average age - older than the borough average (33)
  • 79.2 male life expectancy - older than the borough average (77.8)
  • 83.5 female life expectancy - older than the borough average (82.6)
  • 43.4 average attainment 8 score per pupil (GCSE) - 2nd lowest in the borough
  • 56.0% open space - highest in the borough
  • 76.4 births per 1,000 women of childbearing age - lower than the borough average (79.6)
  • 89.6 crimes per 1,000 people - higher than the borough average (89.3)
  • 14.7 domestic abuse offences per 1,000 people - higher than the borough average (13.3)
  • £327,000 median house price (all types) - 3rd highest in the borough
  • 3.8% unemployment related benefits claimants - lower than the borough average (3.9%)
  • £26,695 median household income - lower than the borough average (£27,148)
  • 1.7% income support claimants - higher than borough average (1.5%)
  • 57.2% BME population - lower than the borough average (63.6%)
  • 13.6% obesity amongst children in Reception - higher than the borough average (13.3%)
  • 3.4% NEET and Not Known - lower than the borough average (3.7%)

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Eastbrook - did you know?

Did you know that Eastbrook has:

  • 11,500 residents - 6th lowest in the borough
  • 2,495 under 16s - lowest proportion in the borough
  • 7,342 16s to 64s - 7th highest proportion in the borough
  • 1,663 65 and over - highest proportion in the borough
  • 37 average age - oldest in the borough
  • 78.6 male life expectancy - older than the borough average (77.8)
  • 81.3 female life expectancy - younger than the borough average (82.6)
  • 43.9 average attainment 8 score per pupil (GCSE) - lower than the borough average (46.2)
  • 50.4% open space - 2nd highest proportion in the borough
  • 75.3 births per 1,000 women of childbearing age - lower than the borough average (79.6)
  • 72.3 crimes per 1,000 people - lower than the borough average (89.3)
  • 10.2 domestic abuse offences per 1,000 people - 2nd lowest in the borough
  • £345,000 median house price (all types) - 2nd highest in the borough
  • 4.0% unemployment related benefits claimants - higher than the borough average (3.9%)
  • £32,234 median household income - 2nd highest in the borough
  • 1.3% income support claimants - lower than the borough average (1.5%)
  • 45.6% BME population - lowest proportion in the borough
  • 11.8% obesity amongst children in Reception – 2nd lowest proportion in the borough
  • 3.8% NEET and Not Known - higher than the borough average (3.7%)

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Eastbury - did you know?

Did you know that Eastbury has:

  • 13,003 residents - 4th highest in the borough
  • 3,509 under 16s - 10th highest proportion in the borough
  • 8,357 16s to 64s - 4th highest proportion in the borough
  • 1,137 65 and over - 5th lowest proportion in the borough
  • 33 average age - same as the borough average
  • 79.6 male life expectancy - 3rd oldest in the borough
  • 85.2 female life expectancy - oldest in the borough
  • 44.8 average attainment 8 score per pupil (GCSE) - lower than the borough average (46.2)
  • 17.1% open space - lower than the borough average (33.7%)
  • 83.2 births per 1,000 women of childbearing age - higher than the borough average (79.6)
  • 71.1 crimes per 1,000 people - lower than the borough average (89.3)
  • 11.5 domestic abuse offences per 1,000 people - lower than the borough average (13.3)
  • £315,000 median house price (all types) - higher than the borough average (£310,000)
  • 3.5% unemployment related benefits claimants - 3rd lowest in the borough
  • £26,755 median household income - lower than the borough average (£27,148)
  • 1.3% income support claimants - lower than the borough average (1.5%)
  • 65.8% BME population - higher than the borough average (63.6%)
  • 11.7% obesity amongst children in Reception – lowest proportion in the borough
  • 2.4% NEET and Not Known - lower than borough average (3.7%)

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Gascoigne - did you know?

Did you know that Gascoigne has:

  • 12,516 residents - 6th highest in the borough
  • 4,030 under 16s - 2nd highest proportion in the borough
  • 7,764 16s to 64s - 5th lowest proportion in the borough
  • 722 65 and over - 3rd lowest proportion in the borough
  • 30 average age - younger than the borough average (33)
  • 77.9 male life expectancy - older than the borough average (77.8)
  • 82.6 female life expectancy - same as the borough average
  • 44.6 average attainment 8 score per pupil (GCSE) - lower than the borough average (46.2)
  • 20.8% open space - lower than the borough average (33.7%)
  • 80.7 births per 1,000 women of childbearing age - higher than the borough average (79.6)
  • 95.4 crimes per 1,000 people - higher than the borough average (89.3)
  • 12.9 domestic abuse offences per 1,000 people - lower than the borough average (13.3)
  • £317,995 median house price (all types) - higher than the borough average (£310,000)
  • 4.3% unemployment related benefits claimants - higher than the borough average (3.9%)
  • £21,259 median household income - lowest in the borough
  • 1.5% income support claimants - same as the borough average
  • 81.2% BME population - 2nd highest proportion in the borough
  • 13.3% obesity amongst children in Reception - same as the borough average
  • 1.6% NEET and Not Known - lowest proportion in the borough

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Goresbrook - did you know?

Did you know that Goresbrook has:

  • 12,202 residents - 8th highest in the borough
  • 3,231 under 16s - 6th lowest proportion in the borough
  • 7,688 16s to 64s - 8th highest proportion in the borough
  • 1,283 65 and over - 5th highest proportion in the borough
  • 34 average age - older than the borough average (33)
  • 77.0 male life expectancy - younger than the borough average (77.8)
  • 83.4 female life expectancy - older than the borough average (82.6)
  • 51.6 average attainment 8 score per pupil (GCSE) - highest in the borough
  • 14.1% open space - lower than the borough average (33.7%)
  • 71.8 births per 1,000 women of childbearing age - lower than the borough average (79.6)
  • 80.8 crimes per 1,000 people - lower than the borough average (89.3)
  • 12.0 domestic abuse offences per 1,000 people - lower than the borough average (13.3)
  • £290,000 median house price (all types) – 2nd lowest in the borough
  • 3.8% unemployment related benefits claimants - lower than the borough average (3.9%)
  • £26,232 median household income - lower than the borough average (£27,148)
  • 1.9% income support claimants - higher than the borough average (1.5%)
  • 55.3% BME population - lower than the borough average (63.6%)
  • 13.5% obesity amongst children in Reception - higher than the borough average (13.3%)
  • 5.4% NEET and Not Known – 3rd highest proportion in the borough

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Heath - did you know?

Did you know that Heath has:

  • 12,090 residents - 10th highest in the borough
  • 3,269 under 16s - 9th highest proportion in the borough
  • 7,466 16s to 64s - 2nd lowest proportion in the borough
  • 1,355 65 and over - 3rd highest proportion in the borough
  • 34 average age - older than the borough average (33)
  • 77.9 male life expectancy - older than the borough average (77.8)
  • 81.0 female life expectancy – 3rd youngest in the borough
  • 43.8 average attainment 8 score per pupil (GCSE) - lower than the borough average (46.2)
  • 36.3% open space - higher than the borough average (33.7%)
  • 67.9 births per 1,000 women of childbearing age - lowest in the borough
  • 85.2 crimes per 1,000 people - lower than the borough average (89.3)
  • 16.2 domestic abuse offences per 1,000 people - 2nd highest in the borough
  • £310,000 median house price (all types) - same as the borough average
  • 4.9% unemployment related benefits claimants - highest proportion in the borough
  • £23,755 median household income - 3rd lowest in the borough
  • 2.0% income support claimants - higher than the borough average (1.5%)
  • 53.0% BME population - 2nd lowest proportion in the borough
  • 12.2% obesity amongst children in Reception - lower than the borough average (13.3%)
  • 3.4% NEET and Not Known - lower than borough average (3.7%)

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Longbridge - did you know?

Did you know that Longbridge has:

  • 12,819 residents - 5th highest in the borough
  • 3,016 under 16s - 2nd lowest proportion in the borough
  • 8,443 16s to 64s - 2nd highest proportion in the borough
  • 1,360 65 and over - 4th highest proportion in the borough
  • 34 average age - older than the borough average (33)
  • 79.9 male life expectancy – 2nd oldest in the borough
  • 83.4 female life expectancy - older than the borough average (82.6)
  • 50.5 average attainment 8 score per pupil (GCSE) – 2nd highest in the borough
  • 28.3% open space - lower than the borough average (33.7%)
  • 68.7 births per 1,000 women of childbearing age – 2nd lowest in the borough
  • 70.8 crimes per 1,000 people - 3rd lowest in the borough
  • 7.2 domestic abuse offences per 1,000 people - lowest in the borough
  • £450,000 median house price (all types) - highest in the borough
  • 2.1% unemployment related benefits claimants - lowest in the borough
  • £38,487 median household income - highest in the borough
  • 0.5% income support claimants - lowest proportion in the borough
  • 77.1% BME population - higher than the borough average (63.6%)
  • 12.1% obesity amongst children in Reception – 3rd lowest proportion in the borough
  • 1.9% NEET and Not Known – 2nd lowest proportion in the borough

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Mayesbrook - did you know?

Did you know that Mayesbrook has:

  • 11,066 residents – 3rd lowest in the borough
  • 3,150 under 16s - 4th highest proportion in the borough
  • 6,835 16s to 64s - 3rd lowest proportion in the borough
  • 1,081 65 and over - 9th highest proportion in the borough
  • 33 average age - the same as the borough average
  • 77.1 male life expectancy - younger than the borough average (77.8)
  • 81.4 female life expectancy - younger than the borough average (82.6)
  • 44.6 average attainment 8 score per pupil (GCSE) - lower than the borough average (46.2)
  • 44.8% open space - higher than the borough average (33.7%)
  • 76.4 births per 1,000 women of childbearing age - lower than the borough average (79.6)
  • 79.3 crimes per 1,000 people - lower than the borough average (89.3)
  • 14.5 domestic abuse offences per 1,000 people - higher than the borough average (13.3)
  • £300,000 median house price (all types) - lower than the borough average (£310,000)
  • 4.1% unemployment related benefits claimants - higher than the borough average (3.9%)
  • £26,712 median household income - lower than the borough average (£27,148)
  • 1.8% income support claimants - higher than the borough average (1.5%)
  • 55.3% BME population - lower than the borough average (63.6%)
  • 12.1% obesity amongst children in Reception - 3rd lowest proportion in the borough
  • 5.1% NEET and Not Known - higher than the borough average (3.7%)

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Parsloes - did you know?

Did you know that Parsloes has:

  • 11,155 residents - 4th lowest in the borough
  • 3,039 under 16s - 8th highest proportion in the borough
  • 7,020 16s to 64s - 9th highest proportion in the borough
  • 1,096 65 and over - 8th highest proportion in the borough
  • 34 average age - older than the borough average (33)
  • 76.7 male life expectancy - younger than the borough average (77.8)
  • 83.6 female life expectancy - older than the borough average (82.6)
  • 46.0 average attainment 8 score per pupil (GCSE) - lower than the borough average (46.2)
  • 17.4% open space - lower than the borough average (33.7%)
  • 75.6 births per 1,000 women of childbearing age - lower than the borough average (79.6)
  • 61.2 crimes per 1,000 people - lowest in the borough
  • 14.3 domestic abuse offences per 1,000 people - higher than the borough average (13.3)
  • £305,000 median house price (all types) - lower than the borough average (£310,000)
  • 3.9% unemployment related benefits claimants - same as the borough average
  • £27,039 median household income - lower than the borough average (£27,148)
  • 2.0% income support claimants – higher than the borough average (1.5%)
  • 54.6% BME population - lower than the borough average (63.6%)
  • 12.3% obesity amongst children in Reception - lower than the borough average (13.3%)
  • 6.1% NEET and Not Known – 2nd highest proportion in the borough

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River - did you know?

Did you know that River has:

  • 12,111 residents - 9th highest in the borough
  • 3,460 under 16s - 3rd highest proportion in the borough
  • 7,485 16s to 64s - 4th lowest proportion in the borough
  • 1,166 65 and over - 7th lowest proportion in the borough
  • 33 average age - same as the borough average
  • 76.1 male life expectancy – 3rd youngest in the borough
  • 80.3 female life expectancy – 2nd youngest in the borough
  • 45.5 average attainment 8 score per pupil (GCSE) - lower than the borough average (46.2)
  • 20.5% open space - lower than the borough average (33.7%)
  • 73.8 births per 1,000 women of childbearing age - lower than the borough average (79.6)
  • 90.7 crimes per 1,000 people - higher than the borough average (89.3)
  • 13.4 domestic abuse offences per 1,000 people - higher than the borough average (13.3)
  • £296,250 median house price (all types) - lower than the borough average (£310,000)
  • 3.7% unemployment related benefits claimants - lower than the borough average (3.9%)
  • £27,710 median household income - higher than the borough average (£27,148)
  • 1.5% income support claimants - same as the borough average
  • 62.9% BME population - lower than the borough average (63.6%)
  • 13.9% obesity amongst children in Reception - higher than the borough average (13.3%)
  • 2.5% NEET and Not Known - lower than the borough average (3.7%)

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Thames - did you know?

Did you know that Thames has:

  • 15,333 residents - 2nd highest in the borough
  • 4,947 under 16s - highest proportion in the borough
  • 9,590 16s to 64s - 6th lowest proportion in the borough
  • 796 65 and over - lowest proportion in the borough
  • 29 average age - youngest in the borough
  • 79.1 male life expectancy - older than the borough average (77.8)
  • 83.5 female life expectancy - older than the borough average (82.6)
  • 47.6 average attainment 8 score per pupil (GCSE) - higher than the borough average (46.2)
  • 43.8% open space - higher than the borough average (33.7%)
  • 96.1 births per 1,000 women of childbearing age - highest in the borough
  • 111.5 crimes per 1,000 people - 2nd highest in the borough
  • 14.3 domestic abuse offences per 1,000 people - higher than the borough average (13.3)
  • £308,995 median house price (all types) - lower than the borough average (£310,000)
  • 4.4% unemployment related benefits claimants - 3rd highest proportion in the borough
  • £24,693 median household income - lower than the borough average (£27,148)
  • 2.0% income support claimants – highest proportion in the borough
  • 74.2% BME population - higher than the borough average (63.6%)
  • 13.8% obesity amongst children in Reception - higher than the borough average (13.3%)
  • 3.9% NEET and Not Known - higher than the borough average (3.7%)

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Valance - did you know?

Did you know that Valence has:

  • 10,985 residents - 2nd lowest in the borough
  • 3,026 under 16s - 7th highest proportion in the borough
  • 6,900 16s to 64s - 7th lowest proportion in the borough
  • 1,059 65 and over - 10th highest proportion in the borough
  • 34 average age - older than the borough average (33)
  • 76.5 male life expectancy - younger than the borough average (77.8)
  • 81.3 female life expectancy - younger than the borough average (82.6)
  • 43.8 average attainment 8 score per pupil (GCSE) - lower than the borough average (46.2)
  • 11.8% open space - lower than the borough average (33.7%)
  • 88.9 births per 1,000 women of childbearing age - 3rd highest in the borough
  • 75.6 crimes per 1,000 people - lower than the borough average (89.3)
  • 13.1 domestic abuse offences per 1,000 people - lower than the borough average (13.3)
  • £310,000 median house price (all types) - same as the borough average
  • 4.0% unemployment related benefits claimants - higher than the borough average (3.9%)
  • £27,675 median household income - higher than the borough average (£27,148)
  • 1.7% income support claimants - higher than the borough average (1.5%)
  • 55.6% BME population - lower than the borough average (63.6%)
  • 13.3% obesity amongst children in Reception - same as the borough average
  • 2.9% NEET and Not Known - lower than the borough average (3.7%)

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Village - did you know?

Did you know that Village has:

  • 11,738 residents - 7th lowest in the borough
  • 3,121 under 16s - 7th lowest proportion in the borough
  • 7,386 16s to 64s - 10th highest proportion in the borough
  • 1,231 65 and over - 6th highest proportion in the borough
  • 34 average age - older than the borough average (33)
  • 74.5 male life expectancy - youngest in the borough
  • 82.6 female life expectancy - same as the borough average
  • 41.0 average attainment 8 score per pupil (GCSE) - lowest in the borough
  • 47% open space - higher than the borough average (33.7%)
  • 79.8 births per 1,000 women of childbearing age - higher than the borough average (79.6)
  • 98.4 crimes per 1,000 people – 3rd highest in the borough
  • 16.6 domestic abuse offences per 1,000 people - highest rate in London
  • £295,000 median house price (all types) - 3rd lowest in the borough
  • 4.3% unemployment related benefits claimants - higher than the borough average (3.9%)
  • £23,127 median household income - 2nd lowest in the borough
  • 1.9% income support claimants - higher than the borough average (1.5%)
  • 56.4% BME population - lower than the borough average (63.6%)
  • 13.9% obesity amongst children in Reception - higher than the borough average (13.3%)
  • 6.9% NEET and Not Known – highest proportion in the borough

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Whalebone - did you know?

Did you know that Whalebone has:

  • 12,514 residents - 7th highest in the borough
  • 3,247 under 16s - 4th lowest proportion in the borough
  • 8,033 16s to 64s - 5th highest proportion in the borough
  • 1,234 65 and over - 7th highest proportion in the borough
  • 34 average age - older than the borough average (33)
  • 78.6 male life expectancy - higher than the borough average (77.8)
  • 83.9 female life expectancy - 3rd oldest in the borough
  • 48.5 average attainment 8 score per pupil (GCSE) - higher than the borough average (46.2)
  • 16% open space - lower than the borough average (33.7%)
  • 83.9 births per 1,000 women of childbearing age - higher than the borough average (79.6)
  • 75.8 crimes per 1,000 people - lower than the borough average (89.3)
  • 10.9 domestic abuse offences per 1,000 people - 3rd lowest in the borough
  • £325,000 median house price (all types) - higher than the borough average (£310,000)
  • 3.0% unemployment related benefits claimants - 2nd lowest in the borough
  • £32,084 median household income – 3rd highest in the borough
  • 0.9% income support claimants - 2nd lowest in the borough
  • 65.8% BME population - higher than the borough average (63.6%)
  • 12.8% obesity amongst children in Reception - lower than the borough average (13.3%)
  • 2.8% NEET and Not Known - lower than the borough average (3.7%)

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Key facts

Key population facts