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

Location of Horne Way, London, SW15 1JB

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According to London Output Area classification (LOAC) the address Horne Way, London, SW15 1JB is situated within the territory that can be classified as follows:
Super GroupCity VibeMore
GroupGraduation occupationMore
The address Horne Way, London, SW15 1JB 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:
PostcodeSW15 1JB
StreetHorne Way
WardThamesfield
BoroughWandsworth
RegionLondon
CountryEngland
Coordinates51.470681, -0.224834

LOAC, London Output Area classification

City Vibe (Super Group)
There are many young, single professionals in this Super Group, living in Zone 2 of the London travel network. Compared to the London average, few individuals originate from the Indian sub-continent, but Mixed ethnic groups are well represented, as are migrants from pre 2001 EU countries. A large number of households comprise full time students in shared or communal establishments. Individuals rent within the private sector, are well qualified and are employed in a range of professional, scientific and technical occupations.
Graduation occupation (Group)
The residents of these areas are likely to be recent graduates who are employed in the communications, scientific and technical sectors. Pre 2001 EU countries are well represented, and travel to work on foot or by bicycle is more common than average for London

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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