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 Geo Type: Wards

A description of Geo Type http://ias.bristol.gov.uk/IAS/linked-data/id/geotype/Wards16.

* Identifier Wards16
* Label Wards
* Type GeoType
* Dublin Core Type http://purl.org/dc/dcmitype/Dataset
* Has Indicator Burglary (Dwelling) rate per 1000
Number of children with Child Protection Plans
Number of children Looked After
Number of Children in Need
% Christian
% Buddhist
% Hindu
% Jewish
% Sikh
All households
All Community Service Recipients
Direct Payments Community Service Recipients
Managed Budgets Not Direct Payment Community Service Recipients
Non Self Directed Support Community Service Recipients
Older People not Dementia Community Service Recipients
Older People with Dementia Community Service Recipients
Physical Disability 18_64 Community Service Recipients
Mental Health 18_64 Community Service Recipients
Learning Disability 18_64 Community Service Recipients
% LLTI: People whose day-to-day activities are limited a lot
% LLTI: People whose day-to-day activities are limited a little
% LLTI: People aged 16 to 64 whose day-to-day activities are limited a lot
% LLTI: People aged 16 to 64 whose day-to-day activities are limited a little
% Very good health
% Good health
% Fair health
% Bad health
% Very bad health
Total number of carers
% Carering 1-19 hours a week
% Carering 20-49 hours a week
% Caring 50 or more hours a week
% Asian, Asian British: Bangladeshi
% Asian, Asian British: Chinese
% Asian, Asian British: Other Asian
% Black, Black British: African
% Black, Black British: Caribbean
% Black, Black British: Other Black
% Other ethnic group: Arab
% Other religions
% Total Economically active aged 16 to 74
% Employees full time
% Employees part time
% Self-employed
% Unemployed
% Full time student
% Total Economically inactive aged 16 to 74
% Retired
% Student
% Looking after home or family
% Long-term sick or disabled
% Other
% No Qualifications
% Highest level of qualification Level 1
% Highest level of qualification Level 2
% Highest level of qualification Apprenticeship
% Highest level of qualification Level 3
% Highest level of qualification Level 4
% Highest level of qualification Other
Total Dwellings
% Accommodation type - Detached
% Accommodation type - Semi-Detached
% Accommodation type - Terraced
% Accommodation type - Purpose-built block of flats
% Accommodation type - Part of a converted or shared house
% Accommodation type - In commercial building
% Accommodation type - Caravan or other mobile or temporary structure
Total number of people aged 16 to 74 in employment
% People who work mainly at or from home
% Train
% Bus, minibus or coach
% Driving a car or van
% Bicycle
% On foot
% Other method of travel to work
% No cars or vans in household
% One car or van in household
% Two or more cars or vans in household
Total number of cars or vans in area
Total population (all ages)
% No religion
% Religion not stated
% United Kingdom
% Other countries
% Main language is English
% Main language is not English
Total number of people aged 16 to 74
% 1. Higher managerial and professional occupations
% 2. Lower managerial and professional occupations
% 3. Intermediate occupations
% 4. Small employers and own account workers
% 5. Lower supervisory and technical occupations
% 6. Semi-routine occupations
% 7. Routine occupations
% Never worked and long term unemployed
% Full-time students
Population 0-4
Population 5-9
Population 10-14
Population 16-19
Population 20-24
Population 25-29
Population 30-34
Population 35-39
Population 40-44
Population 45-49
Population 50-54
Population 55-59
Population 60-64
Population 65-69
Population 70-74
Population 75-79
Population 80-84
Population 85-89
Population 90+
Total Male Population (all ages)
Male Population 0-4
Male Population 5-9
Male Population 10-14
Male Population 15-19
Male Population 20-24
Male Population 25-29
Male Population 30-34
Male Population 35-39
Male Population 40-44
Male Population 45-49
Male Population 50-54
Male Population 55-59
Male Population 60-64
Male Population 65-69
Male Population 70-74
Male Population 75-79
Male Population 80-84
Male Population 85-89
Male Population 90+
Total Female Population (all ages)
Female Population 0-4
Female Population 5-9
Female Population 10-14
Female Population 15-19
Female Population 20-24
Female Population 25-29
Female Population 30-34
Female Population 35-39
Female Population 45-49
Female Population 55-59
Female Population 60-64
Female Population 65-69
Female Population 70-74
Female Population 75-79
Female Population 80-84
Female Population 85-89
Female Population 90+
Robbery rate per 1000
Shoplifting rate per 1000
Anti-social Behaviour rate per 1000
% Muslim
Male Life Expectancy at Birth
Female Life Expectancy at Birth
Early deaths, all causes - persons
Early deaths due to Cancer - persons
Early deaths due to Cardiovascular Disease - persons
Breastfeeding (continuation)
Excess weight in 4-5 year olds
Excess weight in 10-11 year olds
Population 15
Male Population 15
Female Population 15
D City Sophisticates
E Career Climbers
F Countryside Communities
G Successful Suburbs
H Steady Neighbourhoods
I Comfortable Seniors
J Starting Out
K Student Life
L Modest Means
M Striving Families
N Poorer Pensioners
O Young Hardship
P Struggling Estates
Q Difficult Circumstances
R Not Private Households
Bicycle theft rate per 1000
Criminal damage and arson rate per 1000
Drugs rate per 1000
Other crime rate per 1000
Other theft rate per 1000
Possession of weapons rate per 1000
Public order rate per 1000
Theft from the person rate per 1000
Vehicle crime rate per 1000
Violence and sexual offences rate per 1000
Grand Total rate per 1000
% Mixed: Ethnicity
% Other EU member countries
Population 15-19
Female Population 40-44
Female Population 50-54
% Owned
% Social rented
% Private and other rented
% respondents whose day to day life is affected by fear of crime
% respondents who agree locally, antisocial behaviour is a problem
% respondents who feel safe when outdoors in their neighbourhood after dark
% who agree police and local public services are successfully dealing with issues of crime and anti-social behaviour in their area
% respondents who agree that domestic abuse is a private matter
% respondents who agree anti-social graffiti is a problem
% respondents who feel crime has got worse over last 3 years
% respondents who feel safe when outdoors in their neighbourhood during the day
% respondents who agree people using drugs is a problem in their area
% respondents who agree sexual harassment is an issue in Bristol
% respondents who agree that women's behaviour can attract and provoke domestic abuse
% respondents who have been discriminated against or harassed because of age
% respondents who have been discriminated against or harassed because of disability
% respondents who have been discriminated against or harassed because of religion
% respondents who have been discriminated against or harassed because of sexual orientation
% respondents who have been discriminated against or harassed because of ethnicity/race
% respondents who have been discriminated against or harassed because of gender
% respondents who say that fear of crime prevents them from leaving their house when they want to
% respondents who feel crime has got better over last 3 years
% respondents satisfied with activities for children and young people
% respondents satisfied with the range and quality of outdoor events in Bristol
% respondents satisfied with museums and galleries
% respondents satisfied with libraries
% respondents satisfied with children's playgrounds and play areas
% respondents satisfied with leisure facilities/services
% respondents who have participated in creative activities in the last 12 months
% respondents who have not participated in creative activities in the last 12 months
% who have participated in dance in the last 12 months
% who have participated in drama or theatre in the last 12 months
% who have participated in art - design - craft in the last 12 months
% who have played an instrument or sung in the last 12 months
% who have participated in photography, film, video or editing
% who have participated in spoken word - creative writing in the last 12 months
% library card holders satisfied with the library service
% non-library card holders satisfied with the library service
% respondents in receipt of a means tested benefit
% respondents who know where to get information, advice and guidance about employment & training
% respondents who find it difficult to get by financially
% respondents who say that financial circumstances prevents them from leaving their house when they want to
% respondents who need to develop their english, maths, computer, employability, or technical skills
% respondents with no educational or technical qualifications
% respondents who need to develop their english skills
% respondents who need to develop their maths skills
% respondents who need to develop their computer skills
% respondents who need to develop their employability skills
% respondents who need to develop their technical/professional skills
% respondents who are satisfied with the state of repair of their home
% respondents who think noise from neighbours is a problem
% respondents who think street litter is a problem
% respondents satisfied with general household waste collection
% respondents satisfied with weekly recycling service
% respondents who are fairly and very concerned about the impact of climate change in the UK
% respondents who have changed the way they travel due to climate change concerns
% respondents who have reduced their household waste due to climate change concerns
% respondents who have reduced energy use in the home due to climate change concerns
% respondents who have eaten less meat and dairy produce due to climate change concerns
% respondents who think that Bristol's weather will be affected by climate change
% respondents who think that Bristol's economy will be affected by climate change
% respondents who think that their health will be affected by climate change
% respondents who think that their work will be affected by climate change
% respondents who think that keeping public land clear of rubbish has got better
% respondents who think that keeping public land clear of rubbish has got worse
% respondents who think the quality of new developments has got better
% respondents who think the quality of new developments has got worse
% respondents who think dog fouling is a problem in local area
% respondents who think noise from pubs, clubs and entertainment is a problem
% respondents who are very concerned about the impact of climate change in the UK
% respondents who think that their neighbourhood will be affected by climate change
% respondents satisfied with quality of parks and green spaces
% respondents who eat their main meal prepared at home from fresh and raw ingredients at least four days a week
% respondents who eat their main meal prepared at home from fresh and raw ingredients at least one day a week
% respondents who eat food grown by themselves or by people they know
% respondents who cook at home using fresh and raw ingredients
% respondents who visit parks and open spaces at least once a week
% respondents who think traffic congestion has got worse over the past 2 years
% respondents who travel to work by bicycle
% respondents who travel to work (as driver) by car
% respondents who travel to work by bus
% respondents who travel to work by walking
% respondents satisfied with the bus service
% respondents who think the state of repair of roads has got better
% respondents who think the state of repair of roads has got worse
% respondents satisfied with information on local bus services
% respondents satisfied with bus stops and shelters
% respondents who say that inaccessible public transport prevents them from leaving their house when they want to
% respondents who say that fear of losing parking space prevents them from leaving their house when they want to
% respondents who think traffic congestion has got better over the past 2 years
% respondents who ride a bike at least a few times a month
% children aged 7-10 who walk or ride their bikes to school
% children aged 7-10 who travel to school by bus
% children aged 7-10 who travel to school by car
% children aged 7-10 who travel to school by train
% respondents who travel to work (as passenger) by car
% respondents who travel to work by train
% respondents who travel to work by moped/motorbike
% respondents satisfied with life
% respondents who say their health has been good/fairly good in the last 12 months
% respondents who take 150 min moderate or 75 min vigorous exercise every week
% respondents who take part in active sport at least once a week
% respondents who live in households with a smoker
% respondents who have 5+ portions of fruit or veg per day
% respondents who don’t drink at least 2 days in a row every week
% respondents with a limiting long-term illness, health problem or disability
% respondents with below average mental wellbeing
% respondents with average and above mental wellbeing
% respondents with above average mental wellbeing
% respondents who smoke
% respondents who live in households with someone who smokes regularly within the home
% adults who are overweight and obese
% respondents who are obese
% respondents who say that disability prevents them from leaving their house when they want to
% respondents who say that poor health prevents them from leaving their house when they want to
% respondents who say that caring responsibilities prevents them from leaving their house when they want to
% respondents who are underweight
% respondents who are morbidly obese
% respondents who feel close to other people rarely or none of the time
% respondents who sometimes feel close to other people
% respondents who feel close to other people often or all of the time
% respondents who say they don't drink alcohol
% respondents who rarely or never have 2 alcohol free days in a row
Early deaths due to Respiratory - persons
Female Population 16-19
Male Population 16-19
Female Population 50-54
Excess weight in reception year
Obesity in reception year
Excess weight in year 6
Obesity in year 6
% White Total
% White: British
% White: Irish
% White: Gypsy or Irish Traveller
% White: Other White
% BME Total
% Asian, Asian British: Indian
% Asian,Asian British: Pakistani
% Other ethnic group: Other
* Is Required By Population of Bristol
ONS Mid Year Population Estimates
Quality of Life: Crime and Safety
Quality of Life: Human Environment
Quality of Life: Transport
Quality of Life: Education
Quality of Life: Health and Social Services
Quality of Life: Natural Environment
Quality of Life: Culture and Leisure
Quality of Life: Economy and Employment
Crime Events
Libraries
ONS Mid Year
Acorn Segmentation 2015
Healthy Communities
Healthy Lifestyles
2011 Census Selected Statistics
Life Expectancy and Mortality
Social Care Information
Health and Wellbeing
Education
Social Care
Quality of Life: Housing and Development
Population Profile
Crime Profile
Quick Profile
* Member Ashley
Avonmouth & Lawrence Weston
Bedminster
Bishopston & Ashley Down
Bishopsworth
Brislington East
Brislington West
Central
Clifton
Clifton Down
Cotham
Easton
Eastville
Filwood
Frome Vale
Hartcliffe & Withywood
Henbury & Brentry
Hengrove & Whitchurch Park
Hillfields
Horfield
Hotwells & Harbourside
Knowle
Lawrence Hill
Lockleaze
Redland
St George Central
St George Troopers Hill
St George West
Southmead
Southville
Stockwood
Stoke Bishop
Westbury-on-Trym & Henleaze
Windmill Hill
* Notation Wards16

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