Newcastle-under-lyme case study

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  • Newcastle-under-Lyme “Investigating social patterns and housing provision”
    • Location
      • 60km NW of Birmingham
      • Large town in Staffordshire, West Midlands
    • Quality of life facts
      • GCSE exam results are lower than the national average
      • High crime rates, 3000 per year
      • 1/4 of adults obese
    • Population
      • 125,000
      • Less than 20% eat healthily
    • Standard of living and Quality of life 2001
      • 31% of 16-24 year olds unemployed
      • 66% with good health
      • 11% with poor health
    • Housing
      • Cross Heath
        • 10% rent
        • 40% social housing
        • 50% owner occupied
      • Loggerheads
        • 85% owner occupied
        • 5% social housing
        • 10% rent
  • Education
    • Newcastle-under-Lyme “Investigating social patterns and housing provision”
      • Location
        • 60km NW of Birmingham
        • Large town in Staffordshire, West Midlands
      • Quality of life facts
        • GCSE exam results are lower than the national average
        • High crime rates, 3000 per year
        • 1/4 of adults obese
      • Population
        • 125,000
        • Less than 20% eat healthily
      • Standard of living and Quality of life 2001
        • 31% of 16-24 year olds unemployed
        • 66% with good health
        • 11% with poor health
      • Housing
        • Cross Heath
          • 10% rent
          • 40% social housing
          • 50% owner occupied
        • Loggerheads
          • 85% owner occupied
          • 5% social housing
          • 10% rent
    • Cross Heath
      • 46% no qualifications
      • 6% have a levels
      • 9% have a degree
    • Loggerheads
      • 23% no qualifactions
      • 8% have a levels
      • 26% have a degree

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