34,465TOTAL POPULATION
15,579HOUSEHOLDS
3.6%UNEMPLOYMENT RATE
£48,880AVG HOUSEHOLD INCOME
HG1 POSTCODE REGION

Harrogate (HG1)

The HG1 postcode area is located in the Harrogate postcode town region, within the county of North Yorkshire, and contains a total of 1708 individual postcodes.

There are 2 electoral wards in the HG1 postcode area, including Harrogate, Knaresborough, Ripon, which come under the local authority of the Harrogate Council.

Combining the whole postcode region, 26% of people in HG1 are classed as having an AB social grade, (i.e. 'white-collar' middle-upper class), compared to 27% across the UK.

This does not mean that the people of HG1 are poorer than other areas, but it may give an indication that there are areas of deprivation.


Demographics

UNEMPLOYMENT

  • 91%WORKING
  • 9%UNEMPLOYED

9% of people in HG1 are either unemployed or full time students. The average UK unemployment rate is currently 4%.

SOCIAL GRADES

  • 26%AB
  • 53%C2/C2
  • 21%DE

According to census records, 26% of people here have a social grade of AB (highest), compared to the national average of 27%.

ETHNICITY

  • 88%WHITE
  • 12%NON-WHITE

88% of people class themselves as 'white', compared to a national UK average of 81.9%.

HG1North Yorkshire

North Yorkshire

The county of North Yorkshire

HG1 is located in the county of North Yorkshire, in England.

North Yorkshire has a total population of 1,145,700, making it the 14th largest county in the UK.

North Yorkshire has a total area of 3341 square miles, and a population density of 132 people per square kilometre. For comparison, Greater London has a density of 5,618 people/km2.

HG1 Electoral Wards

The postal region of HG1, includes the local towns, villages, electoral wards and stations of:


Harrogate
Knaresborough
Ripon
North Yorkshire Postal Town Map
Outward CodeHG1
Postal TownHarrogate
MSOA NameHarrogate 019
LSOA NameHarrogate 019B
CountyNorth Yorkshire
RegionNorth Yorkshire
CountryEngland
Local AuthorityHarrogate
Area ClassificationUrban with Significant Rural (rural including hub towns 26-49%)
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Click on an 'outward' code for more information. For example, the outward postcode page 'EC2M' will give you an alphabetical list covering all postcodes located in the region, from 'EC2M 1BB' through to 'EC2M 7YA'.

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