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Ethnic Makeup in St. Pauls Way, London, E3 4AD

Main ethnicity

Bangladeshi47%2.7%

Higher than average

Pakistani5%2.7%
Bangladeshi47%2.7%

Lower than average

White British20%45%
Indian1.6%7%
Other Asian0.7%5%
Black9%13%
Other0%2.1%
Immediate area
Average for London

Ethnic Makeup

  • Immediate Area
  • Ward
Bangladeshi 47%
White British 20%
Other White 9%
Black 9%
Mixed 6%
Pakistani 5%
Indian 1.6%
Chinese 1.1%
White Irish 0.9%
Other Asian 0.7%
Arab 0.5%
Gypsy 0.2%
Other 0%

Data source: Office for National Statistics

Census 2011

London is one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the world. According to the latest census held 2011, the top 3 largest ethnic groups are White British (45%), Other White (13%) and Black (13%).

The address St. Pauls Way, London, E3 4AD falls within the Immediate Area (your immediate neighbourhood) which has the following ethnic group peculiarities:

Main ethnic group is Bangladeshi, comprising 47% of the population. On average 2.7% of the London population belong to the Bangladeshi ethnic group.

Proportion of the following ethnic groups is higher than average for London:

  • Pakistani comprise 5%, while the average for London is 2.7%
  • Bangladeshi comprise 47%, while the average for London is 2.7%

Proportion of the following ethnic groups is lower than average for London:

  • White British comprise 20%, while the average for London is 45%
  • Indian comprise 1.6%, while the average for London is 7%
  • Other Asian comprise 0.7%, while the average for London is 5%
  • Black comprise 9%, while the average for London is 13%
  • Other comprise 0%, while the average for London is 2.1%
Proportion of the rest of ethnic groups (White Irish, Gypsy, Other White, Mixed, Chinese, Arab) is typical to the average for London figures.
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Religion in St. Pauls Way, London, E3 4AD

Main religion

Muslim51%12%

Higher than average

Muslim51%12%
Religion Not Stated16%9%

Lower than average

Christian21%48%
Hindu1.4%5%
Jewish0%1.8%
Sikh0.2%1.5%
No Religion11%21%
Immediate area
Average for London

Religion

  • Immediate Area
  • Ward
Muslim 51%
Christian 21%
Religion Not Stated 16%
No Religion 11%
Hindu 1.4%
Buddhist 0.2%
Sikh 0.2%
Jewish 0%
Other Religion 0%

Data source: Office for National Statistics

Census 2011

The address St. Pauls Way, London, E3 4AD falls within the Immediate Area (your immediate neighbourhood) which has the following religion peculiarities:

Main religion is Muslim, comprising 51% of the population. On average 12% of the London population belong to the Muslim religion.

Proportion of the following religions is higher than average for London:

  • Muslim comprise 51%, while the average for London is 12%
  • Religion Not Stated comprise 16%, while the average for London is 9%

Proportion of the following religions is lower than average for London:

  • Christian comprise 21%, while the average for London is 48%
  • Hindu comprise 1.4%, while the average for London is 5%
  • Jewish comprise 0%, while the average for London is 1.8%
  • Sikh comprise 0.2%, while the average for London is 1.5%
  • No Religion comprise 11%, while the average for London is 21%
Proportion of the rest of religions (Buddhist, Other Religion) is typical to the average for London figures.
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  • Celandine Close, London, E14 7AY
  • Selsey Street, London, E14 7BG
  • Shelmerdine Close, London, E3 4AN
  • Bow Common Lane, London, E3 4AU
  • St. Pauls Way, London, E3 4QA

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Household Lifestage in St. Pauls Way, London, E3 4AD

Main household lifestage

35-54 years old39%43%

Higher than average

Under 35 years old39%24%

Lower than average

Over 65 years old11%19%
Immediate area
Average for London

Household Lifestage

  • Immediate Area
  • Ward
Under 35 years old 39%
35-54 years old 39%
55-64 years old 11%
Over 65 years old 11%

Data source: Office for National Statistics

Census 2011

London’s population by age is structured differently to the rest of England’s. London has a much higher proportion of its population in the age range 25 ‐ 34 than the rest of England.

The address St. Pauls Way, London, E3 4AD falls within the Immediate Area (your immediate neighbourhood) which has the following household lifestage peculiarities:

Main household lifestage is 35-54 years old, comprising 39% of the population. On average 43% of the London population belong to the 35-54 years old household lifestage.

Proportion of the following household lifestages is higher than average for London:

  • Under 35 years old comprise 39%, while the average for London is 24%

Proportion of the following household lifestages is lower than average for London:

  • Over 65 years old comprise 11%, while the average for London is 19%
Proportion of the rest of household lifestages (35-54 years old, 55-64 years old) is typical to the average for London figures.
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Nearby locations:

  • Celandine Close, London, E14 7AY
  • Selsey Street, London, E14 7BG
  • Shelmerdine Close, London, E3 4AN
  • Bow Common Lane, London, E3 4AU
  • St. Pauls Way, London, E3 4QA

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Household Type in St. Pauls Way, London, E3 4AD

Main household type

One-person Household31%32%

Higher than average

Couple with Children25%20%

Lower than average

Couple without Children18%26%
Immediate area
Average for London

Household Type

  • Immediate Area
  • Ward
One-person Household 31%
Couple with Children 25%
Couple without Children 18%
Lone Parent with Children 13%
Multi-person Household: Other 8%
Lone Parent without Children 5%
Multi-person Household: Full-time Students 0.6%
Same Sex Couple 0%

Data source: Office for National Statistics

Census 2011

One-person Household is the most common family type in London representing 32% of all families in London. Couple without Children is second-largest family type comprising 26%, followed by Couple with Children comprising 20%.

The address St. Pauls Way, London, E3 4AD falls within the Immediate Area (your immediate neighbourhood) which has the following household type peculiarities:

Main household type is One-person Household, comprising 30.6% of the population. On average 32% of the London population belong to the One-person household type.

Proportion of the following household types is higher than average for London:

  • Couple with Children comprise 25%, while the average for London is 20%

Proportion of the following household types is lower than average for London:

  • Couple without Children comprise 18%, while the average for London is 26%
Proportion of the rest of household types (One-person Household, Lone Parent with Children, Lone Parent without Children, Same Sex Couple, Multi-person Household: Full-time Students, Multi-person Household: Other) is typical to the average for London figures.
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Nearby locations:

  • Celandine Close, London, E14 7AY
  • Selsey Street, London, E14 7BG
  • Shelmerdine Close, London, E3 4AN
  • Bow Common Lane, London, E3 4AU
  • St. Pauls Way, London, E3 4QA

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