Demographics of Horne Way, London, SW15 1JB Thamesfield, Wandsworth

Have a look at the demographics for Horne Way, London, SW15 1JB below.

You can view density in terms of ethnicity, religion, household life stage, and household type.

Use our heatmaps and graphs to compare Horne Way, London, SW15 1JB with figures from Thamesfield ward and the wider city.

Main ethnicity
White British – 55.7%
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Immediate Area
Main religion
Christian – 51.6%
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Immediate Area
Main household lifestage
35-54 years old – 41.7%
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Immediate Area
Main household type
One-person Household
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Immediate Area

Household Type in Horne Way, London, SW15 1JB?

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More about Household Type in Horne Way, London, SW15 1JB

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

The address Horne Way, London, SW15 1JB falls within the Immediate Area (your immediate neighbourhood) which has the following household type peculiarities:

Main household type is One-person Household, comprising 49.2% 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:

  • One-person Household comprise 49.2%, while the average for London is 32%
  • Multi-person Household: Other comprise 10.0%, while the average for London is 6.6%

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

  • Married/Cohabiting Couple with Children comprise 9.2%, while the average for London is 20%
  • Married/Cohabiting Couple without Children comprise 18.3%, while the average for London is 26%
  • Lone Parent without Children comprise 2.5%, while the average for London is 4.7%
Proportion of the rest of household types (Lone Parent with Children, Same Sex Couple, Multi-person Household: Full-time Students) is typical to the average for London figures.

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