67POPULATION
7.1%UNEMPLOYED
39%MARRIED
£0AVERAGE WAGE
LO CRIME RATE
41%'AB' SOCIAL CLASS
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What social class do the population of B17 0BN belong to? What are the predominant ethnic groups? How deprived is B17 0BN in Birmingham, how professionally qualified are the community, and how many hours a week do they work? All this, and more information and demographic statistics about B17 0BN from the Census 2011.


AVERAGE AGES

  • 16%Children
  • 84%Adults

16% of people in this postcode area are children. Of the remainder, 10% are aged 76 or more.

GENDER SPLIT

  • 53.7%Male
  • 46.3%Female

From the last census, 53.7% of people in B170BN male, and 46.3% female. Men outnumber women in Harborne.

SOCIAL GRADES

  • 41%AB
  • 42%C2/C2
  • 17%DE

According to census records, 41% of people here have a social grade of AB (highest), compared to the national average of 27%.

MARITAL STATUS

  • 40%SINGLE
  • 39%MARRIED

The percentage of people who are married in B17 0BN is 40%. Single and 'other' people is 60%.

ETHNICITY

  • 79%WHITE
  • 22%NON-WHITE

79% of people class themselves as 'white', compared to a national UK average of 81.9%

UNEMPLOYMENT

  • 80.5%WORKING
  • 7.1%UNEMPLOYED

7.1% are either unemployed or students in this area. The UK unemployment rate is 4%.

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Demographics

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B170BN Postcode Breakdown

BAREA17DISTRICT0SECTORBNUNIT
Full PostcodeB17 0BN
Latitude/Longitude,
Postal TownBirmingham
Easting
Northing
Ward Name
MSOA Name
LSOA Name
CountyWest Midlands
Region
CountryEngland
Local Authority
Local Authority Code
Area ClassificationUrban with Major Conurbation

B170BN Postal District

Compass Postal District

B17 0BN postcode is located in the postal town of Birmingham. Birmingham postal area may cover a large geographical region that may correspond to several postal districts, which may include many towns and/or villages. Use the map to determine the geographical location of the postcode B17 0BN.

Nearest Towns & Cities
Edgbaston1.5 miles E
Birmingham1.8 miles E
Northfield2.5 miles S
Bournville2.9 miles SE
Quinton2.9 miles W
Frankley3.2 miles SW
Sandwell3.4 miles N
Kings Norton3.7 miles S
Longbridge3.9 miles SW
Smethwick3.9 miles NW
Halesowen4.1 miles W
Oldbury4.3 miles NW
Rubery4.5 miles SW
Hopwood4.8 miles S
Bordesley4.8 miles E
London103 miles E
Glasgow250 miles NW
Edinburgh246 miles N
Cardiff85 miles SW
Liverpool79 miles NW
Southampton110 miles S
Saint Ives112 miles S

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