2001 Census Information for Denbigh Upper / Henllan

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St. Sadwrn's Church
 

Population

Economic Activity

Housing

 

Females

Males

Total

Working age

Economically active

Economically inactive

Unemployed

 

2,194

1,375

819

89

(70.4%)

(62.7%)

(37.3%)

(6.5%)

Household spaces

Total                                       1,369

With residents                        1,337 (97.7%)

Vacant                                     27 (2.0%)

Holiday / second homes            5 (0.4%)

Tenure

Owner occupied                     609 (45.5%)

Public rented                          566 (42.3%)

Other rented                          162 (12.1%)

Household composition

Average households size          2.3

Lone parent with

   dependents                      137 (10.2%)

One person pensioner            229 (17.1%)

One person                            433 (32.4%)

Households with no car          438 (32.8%)

Households without

central heating                       112 (8.4%)

 

Population Density 2001

(persons per hectare)

 

 

1.8

Population 1991 

Population 2001

1,666

1,616

1,638

1,500

3,304

3,116

Age Structure 

 

 

 

 

0-4

5-14 

15-64

65+

184

468

1,968

496 

(5.9%)(15.0%)(63.2%)(15.9%)

Industry of Employment:

 

Agriculture, forestry &

fishing 

Energy, water, mining,

Quarrying 

Manufacturing

Construction 

Wholesale, retail distribution,

hotels & catering

Transport &

communications 

Banking, finance &

insurance

Public administration,

education & health 

Other services

Travel to work

By car

 

 

 

51

 

9

186

106

 

283

 

46

 

10

 

436

151

 

882

 

 

(4.0%)

 

(0.7%)

(14.6%)

(8.3%)

 

(22.1%)

 

(3.6%)

 

(0.8%)

 

(34.1%)

(11.8%)

 

(69.0%)

Born in Wales

One or more skills in Welsh

Speaks Welsh

Population non-white

Limiting long-term illness

 

2,395 1,618 1,094

20

692

(76.9%)(53.6%)(36.2%)(0.6%)(22.2%)

Social Class

 

 

 

 

 

Managerial & professional           333 (15.2%)

Skilled                                      493 (22.5%)

Part / unskilled                          786 (35.8%)

Students & other                       582 (26.5%)