Overview of Masjid Lane, London, E14 7UA Mile End, Tower Hamlets

Location of Masjid Lane, London, E14 7UA

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According to London Output Area classification (LOAC) the address Masjid Lane, London, E14 7UA is situated within the territory that can be classified as follows:
Super GroupHigh Density and High Rise FlatsMore
GroupBangladeshi enclavesMore
The address Masjid Lane, London, E14 7UA is situated within the following areas which will be further used in the Report. The areas are sorted by level of granularity starting with the largest:
PostcodeE14 7UA
StreetMasjid Lane
WardMile End
BoroughTower Hamlets
RegionLondon
CountryEngland
Coordinates51.516912, -0.027235

LOAC, London Output Area classification

High Density and High Rise Flats (Super Group)
Concentrations of this Super Group are found in densely populated areas of flats. Many families have children of school age and many residents are of Bangladeshi origins, along with high numbers of households describing themselves as Black or as coming from Mixed or Other ethnic groups. There is a high incidence of households in which the main spoken language is not English. Levels of highest qualifications are below the London average, although some residents are full-time students living in shared accommodation. Levels of unemployment and part-time working are above the London average, while many of those in employment work in administration, or in accommodation and food services industries.
Bangladeshi enclaves (Group)
These neighbourhoods have exceptionally high concentrations of residents of Bangladeshi origin; and also are areas characterised by particularly low levels of use of English as a first language. Families generally have a younger age structure, and a prevalent source of employment is in the accommodation and food services industry. The areas also have higher student populations than are typical for London, and residents who use bicycles to get to and from work or study

About London Output Area classification

The ability to understand the characteristics of an area and its population is crucial to decision making. At a time of constrained finances across all sectors of service delivery, getting resource allocation right is of paramount importance. Of equal concern are the costs associated with acquiring the evidence needed to make those informed decisions. This is where the newly launched London Output Area Classification (LOAC) comes into its own.

As an open source geospatial classification, the LOAC uses a combination of over 60 Census variables to classify every single small area in London within a hierarchical structure.

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