13 important facts
Royal Albert, Newham

Area insights about King George V DLR Station, London

Income

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Wealthy area 8/10

Deprived area

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Deprivation level 8/10

Professional occupations

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Low % of managerial, administrative, and professional occupations 3/10

Residents with degrees

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Average % of residents are degree-educated or similar 5/10

Crime

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Low crime rate 4/10

Demographics

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Main ethnic group
Black African 34%
Main religion
Christian 46%
Main age band
Aged 20 to 39 33%
Main household type
One-person household 34%
Immediate area
Average for London

Noise

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Noise issues are identified

  • Aircraft Noise

Transport

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Average connectivity to public transport 5/9

Amenities within 0.5 miles

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No supermarkets

Food stores 8

  • Costcutter - Nisa
    39 yards
    Convenience store
  • Cromwell Stores Off Licence
    86 yards
    Convenience store
  • FM & Co General Store
    86 yards
    Convenience store

Schools

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Air quality

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Air quality meets EU standards

Flood risk

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Flood risk is identified

Resident reviews

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5.5Modern development challenging spot

G, Jul 5 2023

Brigadier Walk, SE18 6YT

The area is changing a lot. The Woolwich arsenal estate is ok but you will constantly find weird people around either drinking or smoking weed. Grocery stores around are ok bu...

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Classification

Challenged Inner London Communities (Smaller area)

Resident in some of Inner London’s most over-crowded communities, many families have children and marriage/civil partnership rates are above the Supergroup average. Other adults such as students live in communal establishments. Few residents have Level 4 educational qualifications, levels of unemployment are above the Supergroup average, and employment is concentrated in service occupations such as distribution, hotels and restaurants. Relative to the Supergroup average, fewer residents identify as being of mixed/multiple ethnicities, Black or Other Asian.

Social Rented Sector Families with Children (Wider area)

Predominantly located in Inner London, these diverse ethnic communities include many with Black African or Bangladeshi origins. Younger adults, many living with children, predominate, living in flats in the social rented sector.

Residents of these neighbourhoods include sizable numbers identifying with ethnicities originating outside Europe, particularly in Africa or Bangladesh. The proportion of residents identifying as White, Indian or Pakistani is well below the London average. Neighbourhood age profiles are skewed towards younger adults, and above average numbers of families have children. Rates of use of English at home are below average. Marriage rates are low, and levels of separation or divorce are above average. Housing is predominantly in flats, and renting in the social rented sector the norm – few residents are owner occupiers. Housing is often overcrowded, and neighbourhoods are amongst the most densely populated in London. Disability rates are above average, although levels of unpaid care provision are about average. Employment is in caring, leisure, other service occupations, sales and customer service, or process, plant, and machine operation. Part time working and full-time student study are common. Levels of unemployment are slightly above average. Most residents have only Level 1 or 2 educational qualifications or have completed apprenticeships.

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