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1

Where is Harehills in relation to Leeds City Centre?

1.6km NE

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which zone of city is Harehills?

Inner city

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Harehills is in the top ....% of deprived areas

5%

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4 general characteristics of Harehills

- poor environmental quality (graffiti and rundown)
- bins exposed on streets
- litter on streets = ineffective cleaning
- bars on windows and homes = high crime rate

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hare hills age structure?

Young

6

Percentage 0-15 years harehills

29%

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3 impacts on age structure on social welfare hh

- primary schools
-no secondary schools but many nearby
- new children's centre

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percentage white harehills

60% white = below average

9

percentage Asian/Asian British harehills

20% = above average

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6 impacts of ethnicity on social welfare of ethnicity hh

- ethnic food shops and supermarkets
- Polish and Lithuanian restaurants
- solicitors specialising in immigration
- variety of places of worship
- pakistani centre & community training centre
- fewer pubs due to muslim population

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Example of ethnic supermarket hh

Continental Supermarket

12

Example of ethnic shop hh

Sari Shops

13

Examples of places of worship hh

Greek Orthodox church, Mosque

14

percentage full time employment hh

31% = below average

15

percentage unemployed hh

6% = above average

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4 impacts of employment on social welfare hh

- limited high order services
- low quality low order shops
- public healthcare services
- local training centre

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example of low order shop hh

Star and Style

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percentage owner occupied housing hh

48%

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percentage council housing hh

26%

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4 impacts on social welfare housing hh

- high density back to back terraces (some state provided)
- lack of garden and open space
- no garages = on street parking
- cheaper housing = attractive to immigrants

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What type of zone is Woodhouse?

Inner city

22

Woodhouse in a .... area

Studentified

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percentage 18-24 wh

44%

24

6 impacts of age structure on social welfare wh

- services targeted at students
- computer repairs and printer cartridge shops
- pubs with cheap offers
- letting agencies
- fast food
- flyers advertising student events

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example of letting agency wh

Apex - rent out terraced houses to students on low incomes

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example of fast food wh

Chichini

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example of student event wh

The Vodka Project

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percentage white wh

75%

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percentage Asian wh

10%

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percentage in full time employment wh

21%

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2 impacts of employment on social welfare wh

- services targeted at students on low incomes
- low order shops

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example of low order shop wh

Bargain Booze

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percentage owner occupied housing wh

16%

34

3 impacts social welfare housing wh

evidence of studentification - posters on walls, curtains closed downstairs
houses not well maintained
letting company signs on buildings

35

What zone of city is Roundhay?

suburbs

36

percentage 65% rh

17%

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impact of age structure on social welfare rh

- residential care homes
- bowling green

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percentage white rh

81%

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percentage full time employment rh

43%

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percentage retired rh

13%

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4 impacts of employment on social welfare rh

- high order shops and services
- private healthcare services (elderly more prone to disease)
- Roundhay park biggest in Leeds
- Roundhay school = outstanding from Offsted

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examples of high order shops rh

tescos and homebase

43

percentage owner occupied rh

79% = above national average

44

percentage council rented rh

4%

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6 impacts of housing on social welfare rh

large detached homes, low density, green space, well maintained, new developments
any rented accommodation private and high quality flats

46

Zone of city East Keswick

Rural-urban fringe
suburbanised village

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mean age of population ek

41 years old
(but also families with children throughout age groups)

48

3 impacts social welfare of age structure ek

evidence of provision for families - baby signing
provision of buses to nearby secondary schools
newly built village hall - play groups

49

percentage white ek

100%

50

Impact of ethnicity on social welfare ek

Church of England and methodist churches
no evidence of services for ethnic minority groups

51

percentage full time employment ek

62%

52

6 impacts of employment on social welfare ek

- high order specialist shops
- hairdressers and beauty salon
- well known butchers
- post office
- limited services as people afford to travel to larger areas
- most have cars = few buses as not econ viable

53

percentage workers who use public transport ek

only 5%

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percentage owner occupied housing ek

90% = above national average

55

6 impacts of housing on social welfare ek

- 57% housing stock detached
- some original housing 1700s
- new building and renovation = area attracts investment
- large detached homes and high house prices
- driveways and garages
- lots of open space = high environ quality

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percentage housing stock detached ek

57%