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Example Area Report


The majority of people living in postcode +++ +++ are ethnically mixed young families and singles in terraced housing. Many will be financially disadvantaged family and single parent households.

Property Types:  mostly semi-detached or terraced including some purpose built flats or maisonettes
Occupancy Types:  owned outright, mortgaged, housing association or privately rented with a slightly higher proportion than average of properties socially rented
Typical Residents: young and older singles, families and single parents particularly couples whose children have left home, and some elderly people
Predominant Age Range:  between 20 and 44 particularly/and 65 to 84
Average Length of Occupancy:  2 to 11+ years
Employment Levels:  very high unemployment levels particularly higher than average levels of people who have retired
Average Income:  higher than average levels of people earning less than £5,000
Social Classification: C2DE with a higher than average levels of E
Ethnic Origin:  a mixture of ethnic groups including pakistani, indian, bangladeshi, caribbean and mixed race
Postcode Credit Rating Evaluation:  560 - Very Poor  (Not to be relied on as an indication of credit worthiness)
Crime levels vs comparable UK areas:  about average

Demographics for the postcode +++ +++
Comprising singles, couples and families, these neighbourhoods are exemplified by council and housing association tenants. However some of the types within this group are mortgagees. Situated in less well-off suburbs and small towns they typically reside in low rise flats, semi-detachedand terraces. Poorly educated, these residents are mainly employed in low paid unskilled and blue collar occupations, with some working in offices. There are many households with a single income, some of those being single parents.
These are mainly urban areas with some residents located on the fringes of major towns. We see a large proportion of younger residents living in smaller than average homes. House prices are typically very low and these properties are usually categorised in council tax bands A and B. Although in the main housing amongst these neighbourhoods is privately owned there are significant proportions of both housing association and privately rented properties.
The majority of the housing in these areas is made up of terraces with some semi-detached properties featuring.
These are multi-ethnic areas where singles live alongside family households. These communities are characterised by a considerable student population living alongside blue collar semi-skilled and unskilled workers. We also observe a larger than average number of parents choosing to stay at home with the family.

Crime Data
Within a one mile radius of the postcode +++ +++ there were 396 crimes reported for (Month and Year) (when the national crime figures were last published).
These crimes breakdown as follows:
Anti-social behaviour 149, Bicycle theft 6, Burglary 27, Criminal damage and arson 24, Drugs 16, Other crime 10, Other theft 27, Possession of weapons 4, Public order 15, Robbery 19, Shoplifting 12, Theft from the person 4, Vehicle crime 24, Violence and sexual offences 59.
Crime hot-spots
During (Month and Year) in the postcode +++ +++, the five areas with the most crime were:
On or near (Street name or location eg Supermarket) 15 crimes, on or near (Street name or location) 13 crimes, on or near (Street name or location)  11 crimes, on or near (Street name or location) 10 crimes and on or near(Street name or location) 7 crimes.
Crime comparisons:
In the quarter ending (Month and Year) crime rates were (up, down, the same) in (Town/city) and up in the (Area police) police force area when compared with the corresponding quarter in (Year).
The nearest comparative crime statistics for this postcode relate to the whole of (Town/city).  In the year ending (year) (last published), the crime rate in (Town/city) was about the same as the average when compared to other similar areas within the UK. The crime levels were higher than average when compared with the other areas within the (Town/city) police force jurisdiction.

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