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Mill Hill, Barnet

Area insights about Mill Hill East Underground Station, London

Income

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Wealthy area 7/10

Deprived area

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Deprivation level 7/10

Professional occupations

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Low % of managerial, administrative, and professional occupations 4/10

Residents with degrees

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Average % of residents are degree-educated or similar 6/10

Crime

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Average crime rate 6/10

Demographics

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Main ethnic group
White British 36%
Main religion
Christian 34%
Main age band
Aged 20 to 39 25%
Main household type
One-person household 46%
Immediate area
Average for London

Noise

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No noise issues identified

Transport

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Average connectivity to public transport 5/9

Amenities within 0.5 miles

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Food stores 10

  • Co-op
    107 yards
    Supermarket
  • Waitrose
    113 yards
    Supermarket
  • Thornfield Supermarket
    0.3 miles
    Supermarket

Schools

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Air quality

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Air quality meets EU standards

Resident reviews

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5.8 residential, suitable for young and…

lulxxvvnlul, May 24 2023

Inglis Way, NW7 1TP

residential, suitable for young and small families. middle class.

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8.9mill hill review

nw7 guy, Feb 20 2024

Thornfield Avenue, NW7 1LT

great transport nice people good schools great amenities

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Classification

Social Rented Sector and Diverse Origins (Smaller area)

Scattered across London’s Inner and Outer suburbs, residents of these neighbourhoods are typically housed in the social rented sector. Although terraced and semi-detached houses predominate, more residents live in flats than elsewhere in the Supergroup. Neighbourhoods are more ethnically diverse than the Supergroup average. Those identifying as of Bangladeshi, Pakistani and some Black ethnicities are more prevalent. Europeans born in a overseas non-EU countries make up more of the lower proportion of residents identifying as White. Few residents are very old (85+). Employment in distribution, hotels and restaurants is more common than elsewhere in the Supergroup.

Young Families and Mainstream Employment (Wider area)

Family-oriented residents, concentrated in multi-ethnic neighbourhoods throughout most of London. Many residents identify as Black African and many families have children. Employment is across the labour market, apart from professional or managerial occupations.

Many families in these neighbourhoods have young children. Housing is principally in the social rented sector, in terraced or semi-detached units. While over-all residential densities are low, overcrowding is also prevalent locally. Residents are drawn from a range of ethnic minorities, with many identifying as Black and above average numbers born in Africa. Numbers identifying as of Chinese, Indian or White ethnicity are below average. Levels of proficiency in English are below average. Levels of separation or divorce and incidence of disability are both above average. Education is typically limited to Level 1, 2, or apprenticeship qualifications. Few residents work in professional or managerial occupations but the employment structure is otherwise diverse: it includes skilled trades, caring, leisure and other service occupations, sales and customer service occupations, construction, and work as process, plant, and machine operatives.

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