A26zv Withington ward profile v2011_01 - Manchester City Council

A26zv Withington ward profile v2011_01 - Manchester City Council

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Withington ward profile Version 2011/01

Corporate Research and Intelligence Chief Executive’s Department

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Table of Contents Ward map ........................................................................................................................................ 3 Population ........................................................................................................................................ 4 Housing .......................................................................................................................................... 10 Economy ........................................................................................................................................ 13 Transport........................................................................................................................................ 21 Health ............................................................................................................................................ 22 Education ....................................................................................................................................... 23 Crime and Disorder ........................................................................................................................ 24 Resident perception ....................................................................................................................... 25 Glossary ......................................................................................................................................... 26 Contextual map .............................................................................................................................. 28

All data sources are referenced See Glossary for detailed definitions and limitations of indicators The annual State of the Wards report focuses on the various neighbourhoods of the City with analysis of key Community Strategy indicators at a neighbourhood level [http://www.manchesterpartnership.org.uk/page/23/].

The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) has a strong focus on health and well-being, setting out the policy context and current situation in Manchester, followed by an analysis of local data and a series of recommendations based on available research evidence. Locality JSNAs provide further analysis and interpretation of the data at locality level [http://www.manchester.gov.uk/jsna].

Manchester City Council’s (MCC) Directorate for Adults prepares ward reports on the MCC intranet pages (internal only) [http://www.mcc/socialserv/asc/about/strategy/intelligence/]. MCC Children’s Services Directorate prepares ward statistics on Manchester schools on the MCC intranet pages (internal only) [http://www.mcc/children/performance/schoolstats/]. Data from the 2011 Census will be available in late 2012

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Withington ward profile Version 2011/01

Ward map

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Population 2009 Mid year estimate of population by Lower Super Output Area

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has released experimental statistics for Lower Super Output Areas (LSOAs), based upon the 2009 Mid Year Estimate (using revised methodology), which is shown on the map.

Higher Blackley Charlestow n Crum psall Moston Harpurhey

Cheetham Miles Platting and New ton Heath

Ancoats and Clayton City Centre

Hulm e

Bradford

Ardw ick

Moss Side

Gorton North

Longsight

Gorton South

Rusholm e

Whalley Range Fallow field

Levenshulm e

Chorlton Old Moat Withington

Chorlton Park

Burnage Didsbury West Didsbury East

Brooklands

Northenden

2009 MYE by LSOA

Baguley Sharston

2,210 to 7,400 1,900 to 2,209 1,710 to 1,899 1,600 to 1,709 1,200 to 1,599

(34) (49) (54) (57) (65)

Source: Office for National Statistics, Crow n copyright

Woodhouse Park

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Population/mye/mye 2009/LSOA all ages. w or

Mid Year Estimate (MYE) data at ward level data is available for 2009. Withington population stood at around 12,400 in 2009, an increase of 10.7% since 2001. Population density is much higher than the City average, and stands at third highest in Manchester. Average household size was higher than Manchester as a whole in 2007.

Source: ONS 2001-2009 Mid Year Estimates. Crown copyright.

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Population 2001 Mid Year Estimate 2009 Mid Year Estimate % change 2001-2009

Withington 11,214 12,409 10.7%

% of City 2.7% 2.6% -

Manchester 422,915 483,831 8.3%

Source: ONS 2009 Mid Year Estimates. Crown copyright.

2007 average household size Withington Manchester

2.48 2.29

Source: Council Tax Data and Housing Information Unit

Population density Withington Manchester England

People per hectare 78.5 41.8 4.2

Source: ONS 2009 Mid Year Estimates. Crown copyright.

On the population pyramid, the black outline shows the percentage of the population in each of the five-year age bands for males and females in England in 2009 (as a proportion of the TOTAL population). Males and females in Withington in each five-year age group are shown in plum and grey colours respectively.

Source: ONS 2009 Mid Year Estimates. Crown copyright. N.B. Males and females as a percentage of TOTAL population

Compared to the population of England and Wales as a whole, in Withington, there are higher proportions of people aged 20 to 34, but lower proportions in the 0 to 19 and 35 and over age groups.

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When compared to Manchester as a whole, Withington has a far higher proportion of residents aged 20 to 24, but lower proportions in all other age groups. The ward has a much higher proportion in the 20 to 24 age group, with two in five of the population in this age group, because of students. Residents by sex and age groups, 2009 Withington Number of residents: Total 0-4 5-9 10-14 15-19 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59 60-64 65-69 70-74 75-79 80-84 85+

Males 6,594 217 143 134 323 2,593 929 541 317 231 212 202 174 149 104 106 96 77 46

Females 5,815 223 151 136 359 2,430 629 276 220 180 198 164 156 146 113 123 96 108 107

Total 12,409 440 294 270 682 5,023 1,558 817 537 411 410 366 330 295 217 229 192 185 153

Male to female ratio 1.1 1.0 0.9 1.0 0.9 1.1 1.5 2.0 1.4 1.3 1.1 1.2 1.1 1.0 0.9 0.9 1.0 0.7 0.4

Age groups as a % of all in ward: Males 100.0 3.3% 2.2% 2.0% 4.9% 39.3% 14.1% 8.2% 4.8% 3.5% 3.2% 3.1% 2.6% 2.3% 1.6% 1.6% 1.5% 1.2% 0.7%

Females 100.0 3.8% 2.6% 2.3% 6.2% 41.8% 10.8% 4.7% 3.8% 3.1% 3.4% 2.8% 2.7% 2.5% 1.9% 2.1% 1.7% 1.9% 1.8%

Total 100.0 3.5% 2.4% 2.2% 5.5% 40.5% 12.6% 6.6% 4.3% 3.3% 3.3% 2.9% 2.7% 2.4% 1.7% 1.8% 1.5% 1.5% 1.2%

England and Wales % of all persons 100.0 100% 7.0% 6.1% 5.0% 5.5% 4.7% 5.8% 7.3% 6.4% 14.8% 6.9% 12.5% 6.7% 8.3% 6.2% 6.6% 7.0% 6.2% 7.6% 5.3% 7.2% 4.6% 6.2% 3.8% 5.8% 3.6% 6.0% 2.8% 4.6% 2.5% 3.9% 2.0% 3.2% 1.6% 2.4% 1.6% 2.3%

Manchester

Source: ONS 2009 Mid Year Estimates. Crown copyright.

Source: ONS 2009 Mid Year Estimates. Crown copyright.

Dependency ratios show the number of dependents aged 0-14 and over the age of 65, to the total population aged 15 to 64. Withington has a much lower child dependency ratio (10.5%) and elderly dependency ratio (11%) than Manchester as a whole (25.1% and 17.4% respectively).

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Population turnover (inflow) 2008-2009 by Middle Super Output Area

Population turnover (outflow) 2008-2009 by Middle Super Output Area

Higher Blackley Charlestow n

Higher Blackley

Charlestow n Crum psall Moston

Crum psall Moston

Harpurhey

Harpurhey

Miles Platting and New ton Heath

Cheetham Miles Platting and New ton Heath

Cheetham

Ancoats and Clayton Ancoats and Clayton City Centre

Hulm e

Hulm e

Ardw ick

Moss Side

Ardw ick

Moss Side

Gorton North

Longsight

Gorton South

Rusholm e

Whalley Range

Fallow field Chorlton

Bradford

Gorton North

Longsight Rusholm e

Whalley Range

City Centre

Bradford

Gorton South

Fallow field Levenshulm e

Old Moat

Levenshulm e

Chorlton

Old Moat

Withington

Withington

Chorlton Park

Chorlton Park

Burnage

Burnage

Didsbury West

Didsbury West

Didsbury East Didsbury East

Brooklands

Northenden Brooklands

Northenden

Baguley Sharston

Baguley

% inflow 2008-2009 by MSOA

% outflow 2008-2009 Sharston

25 to 26.2 (1) 20 to 24.9 (1) 15 to 19.9 (10) 10 to 14.9 (29) 6.6 to 10 (12)

Woodhouse Park

20 to 23.9 (3) 15 to 19.9 (14) 10 to 14.9 (22) 6.8 to 9.9 (14) Source: Office for National Statistics, Crow n Copyright.

Source: OFfice for National Statistics, Crow n Copyright.

Woodhouse Park

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by MSOA

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Population turnover data is available at Middle Super Output Area (MSOA) for moves made within the UK between July 2008 and June 2009, showing the number of people moving into, or out of, a MSOA from elsewhere in the UK during the year.

Using data from ONS population projections and the ward estimates, an indication can be derived of how the ward population will change in future. The population of the ward and the City is estimated to grow to 2015. While many age groups, such as children aged 0 to 14, the 20 to 39s, 45 to 59s, the 60 to 69s and the 75 and over group, are predicted to increase in numbers, some age groups, such as older teenagers, 40 to 44s, 60 to 64s and 70 to 74s are forecast to decrease.

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Predicted change in age groups between 2009 and 2015 All persons Change 2009-2015: Withington 2009 2015 Number % change 0-4 5-9 10-14 15-19 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59 60-64 65-69 70-74 75-79 80-84 85+ All Ages

440 294 270 682 5,023 1,558 817 537 411 410 366 330 295 217 229 192 185 153 12,409

507 394 286 607 5,112 1,740 1,076 597 400 448 426 381 292 260 226 208 189 175 13,324

67 100 16 -75 89 182 259 60 -11 38 60 51 -3 43 -3 16 4 22 915

15.2% 34.0% 6.0% -11.1% 1.8% 11.7% 31.7% 11.1% -2.6% 9.3% 16.5% 15.6% -1.0% 19.7% -1.4% 8.1% 2.3% 14.3% 7.4%

Manchester

483,831

519,000

35,169

7.3%

Source: estimates derived by Corporate Research and Intelligence from ONS Experimental Statistical Wards for 2009 and ONS 2008-based Sub National Population Projections (Crown copyright). Not official data. Whilst the estimates are produced at ward level, it is not implied that the estimates are accurate to this level of detail.

In 2001, around 34.1% of households in Withington contained a single person, a lower proportion compared with Manchester as a whole (39.4%). There was a much higher proportion of adult households with no dependent children. 23.8% of households in Withington contained children, much lower than the City average of 36.3%, with a much lower than City proportion of lone parent households. Household composition (2001) Lone pensioner Lone adult under pension age Two or more adults, no children Couple with dependent children Other households with dependent children Households with non dependent children Lone parent with dependent children

Withington 13.0% 21.1% 42.2% 9.9%

Manchester 14.7% 24.7% 24.6% 13.6%

2.5%

3.3%

5.9%

8.2%

5.4%

11.2%

Source: ONS 2001 Census, Crown copyright

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Using data from ONS ward estimates and City ethnicity estimate, an indication can be derived of the ethnic composition at ward level. In 2007, Withington was estimated to have a slightly lower level of ethnic diversity than Manchester as a whole. It was estimated that 76.7% of the population belonged to the White group.

Source: estimates derived by Corporate Research and Intelligence from unrevised ONS Experimental Ethnic Groups 2007 (Crown copyright), unrevised ONS Experimental Statistical Wards for 2007 (Crown copyright) and the 2001 Census (Crown copyright). Not official data. Whilst the estimates are produced at ward level, it is not implied that the estimates are accurate to this level of detail.

Residents in Withington are more positive about the extent to which people treat each other with mutual respect, although slightly lower proportions feel that people from different backgrounds get on well together in the local area, while those who feel that they are treated fairly by public services is higher, compared to the City as a whole. Perception measure The percentage who agree that people from different backgrounds get on well together in the local area The percentage who feel there is a problem with people not treating one another with respect and consideration in the local area. The percentage who state that they have been treated fairly by public services in the last year.

Withington

Manchester

87%

88%

27%

35%

97%

92%

Source: Manchester City Council resident telephone survey 2010/11. See glossary for confidence intervals

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Housing

Source: Housing Information Unit and Council Tax data

The number of residential properties in Withington has increased very slightly between 2010 and 2011 by fourteen properties and there has also been a decrease in the number of empty properties over this time period. There is no Council tenure here, and Private property and RSL tenure are fairly stable, as shown in the table below. Void Manchester Manchester City Council City Council Private Void Private Properties Properties Properties Properties

Registered Social Landlord Properties

Void Registered Social Landlord Properties

Total Number Total Number of Void of Properties Properties (All (All Tenures) Tenures)

Percent Void (All Tenures)

2010

-

-

4,410

301

687

20

5,081

321

6.32%

2011

-

-

4,400

253

679

25

5,095

281

5.52%

N.B. All Tenures includes: Other public sector (Private), University student (Private) and Council non-housing use (Social) so totals are greater than the sum of the previous columns

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28% of all properties in Withington are in Council Tax band A, much lower than the City average of 59.8%, whilst 36.5% are in band C (higher than the Manchester average of 13.7%) and 4.9% are in Band E, over twice the City average of 2.4%. Council Tax band May 2011 Band A Band B Band C Band D Band E Band F Band G Band H Total

Withington

Manchester

Number of properties

% of properties

Number of properties

% of properties

1,429 1,253 1,860 255 252 38 8 ~ 5,095

28.0% 24.6% 36.5% 5.0% 4.9% 0.7% 0.2% 0.0% 100.0%

130,560 35,512 29,910 14,306 5,227 1,961 757 102 218,341

59.8% 16.3% 13.7% 6.6% 2.4% 0.9% 0.3% 0.0% 100.0%

Source: Housing Information Unit, MCC. ~ no property It should be noted that in this table ward data is not comparable with profiles pre-2010 due to changes in the way ward boundaries are calculated, City level remains unaffected

House prices in Withington are higher than the Manchester average. Prices have dipped since 2007/08 although this seems to be stabilizing, and there has been a fall in the number of sales since 2006/07.

Source: Property Price Data produced by HM Land Registry

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Source: Property Price Data produced by HM Land Registry

Dominant ACORN type 2009

CACI produce classifications of areas by category, group and type. The dominant ACORN type in Withington is described as ‘student flats and cosmopolitan sharers’, sitting within the subset of the ‘aspiring singles’ group and the ‘urban prosperity’ category.

Higher Blackley

Charlestow n Crum psall Moston Harpurhey

Cheetham Miles Platting and New ton Heath

Ancoats and Clayton City Centre

Bradford

Hulm e

Ardw ick

Moss Side

Gorton North

Longsight Rusholm e

Whalley Range

Gorton South

Fallow field Chorlton

Levenshulm e Old Moat Withington

Chorlton Park

Burnage Didsbury West Didsbury East

Brooklands

Northenden

Dominant ACORN Type 2009 Baguley

Single parents and pensioners, council terraces Families and single parents, semis and terraces Older people, rented terraces Home ow ning families, terraces Low income Asian family areas Home ow ning Asian family areas Established home ow ning w orkers Mature families in suburban semis Singles and sharers, multi-ethnic areas Student flats and cosmopolitan sharers Suburban privately renting professionals Prosperous young professionals, flats Older professionals in suburban houses and apartments Well off professionals, larger houses and converted flats

Sharston

Woodhouse Park

(7) (6) (1) (1) (1) (1) (1) (1) (3) (2) (5) (1) (1) (1)

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Economy Economic Activity Economically Active Economic Activity Rate (% of 16-59F/64M) Proportion of those Economically Active: Employed Self Employed Unemployed Full Time Student in employment

Withington 4,810 56.0%

Manchester 155,412 62.2%

66.0% 8.3% 5.5% 20.2%

74.7% 8.1% 9.0% 8.1%

Source: 2001 Census, ONS. Crown copyright

In 2001, Withington had a lower than the City average rate of economic activity, with higher proportions of self employed economically active residents and much higher full-time students in employment than Manchester as a whole. There were higher than City averages of businesses in the construction, education and health sectors, with lower proportions in the manufacturing, hotel, transport and real estate sectors in 2010. Enterprises 2010 Agriculture, hunting and forestry Construction Education Electricity, gas and water supply Financial intermediation Health and social work Hotels and restaurants Manufacturing Public administration and defence; compulsory social security Real estate, renting and business activities Transport, storage and communication Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles, motorcycles and personal and household goods Other* TOTAL (number)

Withington 1.6% 9.6% 9.2% 0.0% 2.8% 14.4% 6.8% 3.6%

Manchester 1.0% 5.8% 4.5% 0.1% 2.8% 7.7% 9.4% 8.1%

0.0%

0.6%

16.8% 2.8%

20.0% 6.1%

12.4%

20.3%

20.0% 250**

13.6% 17,749**

* includes community, social and personal services activities; private households with employees and extraterrestrial organisations and bodies Source: BETA Model 2010. **See glossary for coverage issues

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Higher than City average proportions of workers in the ward were employed in the construction, education and wholesale sectors, with lower proportions in the financial intermediation, manufacturing, health and real estate sectors in 2010. Employees 2010 Agriculture, hunting and forestry Construction Education Electricity, gas and water supply Financial intermediation Health and social work Hotels and restaurants Manufacturing Public administration and defence; compulsory social security Real estate, renting and business activities Transport, storage and communication Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles, motorcycles and personal and household goods Other* TOTAL (number)

Withington 0.3% 3.0% 14.8% 0.0% 2.7% 14.7% 7.2% 1.0%

Manchester 0.2% 1.8% 7.4% 0.1% 5.7% 16.2% 9.4% 7.9%

0.0%

1.8%

12.3% 1.5%

18.8% 8.1%

34.7%

15.2%

7.7% 2,004**

7.4% 284,480**

* includes community, social and personal services activities; private households with employees and extraterrestrial organisations and bodies Source: BETA Model 2010. **See glossary for coverage issues

Withington is relatively less deprived than other parts of Manchester. The maps show that there is a pattern of relatively low deprivation, varied household income and relatively low benefit claims across the ward.

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Index of Multiple Deprivation 2010 IMD 2010 Score grouped by Manchester LSOA quintile 63.4 to 81.6 52.7 to 63.3 45.3 to 52.6 35.1 to 45.2 6.4 to 35.0

(30) (40) (42) (52) (95)

Withington Other w ards LSOAs

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Source: IMD 2010, Communities and Local Government. Crown copyright

Source: PAYCHECK data, copyright CACI

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Percentage of children under 16 in poverty: 2008 46.8% 23.1% Children in poverty Percentage by SOA 0 - 19 20 - 29 30 - 49 50 - 59 60 plus

34.7%

45.2% 35%

22.4% 32.3% 40.5%

52.8% 20.4%

23.4% 50%

Source: HM Revenues and Customs

49.2%

63.4%

34%

August 2008

19.8%

7.9%

50.9%

18.4% 16.9%

32.5% 14.2% 33.9%

4.7% Withington

44.1%

52.4% 44.6%

5.5% 43%

Other Ward Boundaries

43%

Produced by Corporate Research and Intelligence © Crown copyright. All rights reserved. 100019783. 2010

Source: Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs, Crown copyright. See glossary for definition of children in poverty

In 2008, the ward had a lower proportion of children under the age of 16 in poverty than the Manchester average (28.6% compared to 41.8%), but a higher rate than the average for England as a whole. Within the ward, rates in Lower Super Output Areas (LSOAs) varied from 7.9% to 52.8%, with three of the seven LSOAs showing an increase over the year. Percentage of children under 16 ‘in poverty’, August 2008 Lower Super Output 2007 2008 Area E01005304 26.9% 7.9% E01005305 16.5% 18.4% E01005307 22.3% 14.2% E01005309 20.0% 23.4% E01005310 56.0% 52.8% E01005311 38.0% 34.0% E01005312 33.3% 50.0% Withington Manchester England

32.4% 44.6% 22.4%

28.6% 41.8% 21.6%

Source: Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs, Crown copyright. See glossary for definition of children in poverty

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Percentage of working families in receipt of WTC or CTC: August 2008 % w orking families in receipt of WTC/CTC by LSOA 81.6 to 100 71.8 to 81.5 64.2 to 71.7 56.4 to 64.1 35.7 to 56.3

(38) (44) (50) (59) (68)

LSOAs grouped into quintiles Source: HMRC, Crown copyright.

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In 2008, the proportion of families in work receiving Working Tax Credit or Child Tax Credit varied widely between the LSOAs within the ward, ranging from as low as 52% to as high as 87%, although the majority were over 71%. As a whole, the number of working families in receipt of these benefits varied between 25 and 85. Number of families in work benefiting from Working Tax Credit or Child Tax Credit, August 2008 Lower Super Output Area 2008 E01005304 30 E01005305 85 E01005307 65 E01005309 25 E01005310 70 E01005311 80 E01005312 25 Withington Manchester England

380 31,900 3,882,400

Source: Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs, Crown copyright.

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Number of Lone Parents claiming Income Support (LPIS): November 2010

Withington Other w ards LSOAs

Number of LPIS claimants 90 to 120 60 to 89 40 to 59 20 to 39 0 to 19

(12) (45) (62) (60) (80)

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Source: DWP, Crown copyright.

Source: Department for Work and Pensions, Crown copyright

In November 2010, the ward had a lower proportion of lone parents claiming Income Support (LPIS) than the Manchester average (0.6% compared to 2.8%). Within the ward, rates in Lower Super Output Areas varied from 0% to 1.4%. Lone Parents claiming Income Support, November 2010 Lower Super Output Area Number % of working age* E01005304 0 0.0% E01005305 10 0.9% E01005307 5 0.3% E01005309 0 0.0% E01005310 25 1.4% E01005311 15 1.1% E01005312 5 0.4% Withington~ Manchester~

60 9,540

0.6% 2.8%

Source: Department for Work and Pensions, Crown copyright. * 2009 Mid Year Estimate, ONS, Crown copyright. ~ Sum of LSOAs

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Number of IB/ESA claimants: November 2010

Withington Other w ards LSOAs

Number of IB/ESA claimants 220 to 425 165 to 219 120 to 164 70 to 119 15 to 69

(21) (54) (72) (57) (55)

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Source: DWP, Crown copyright.

Source: Department for Work and Pensions, Crown copyright

In November 2010, the ward had a lower proportion of Incapacity Benefit and Employment and Support Allowance claimants than the Manchester average (3.9% compared to 9.9%). Within the ward, rates in Lower Super Output Areas varied from 2% to 5.4%. Incapacity Benefit/Employment and Support Allowance claimants, November 2010 Lower Super Output Area Number % of working age* E01005304 50 4.1% E01005305 30 2.7% E01005307 30 2.0% E01005309 65 5.3% E01005310 95 5.4% E01005311 50 3.5% E01005312 55 4.2% Withington~ Manchester~

375 33,535

3.9% 9.9%

Source: Department for Work and Pensions, Crown copyright. * 2009 Mid Year Estimate, ONS, Crown copyright. ~ Sum of LSOAs

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Withington’s Job Seekers’ allowance (JSA) claimant rate has, for almost all of the past two years, been lower than both the city and UK rates.

Source: Office for National Statistics, Crown copyright

Over the year from March 2010 to March 2011, there has been an increase in the proportion of young people aged 16-18 not in education, employment or training (NEET), rising from 5.7.% to 6.6%. In Withington, there are lower than City average proportions of households in receipt of Council Tax benefit and Housing Benefit. There are much lower than City average proportions of children claiming free school meals. All occupied properties March 2009 Withington Manchester

Number 4,716 200,417

Total Claimant households % of houseNumber holds 900 19.1% 69,702 34.8%

Council Tax Benefits % of houseNumber holds 800 17.0% 63,594 31.7%

Housing Benefits % of houseNumber holds 657 13.9% 58,935 29.4%

Source: Revenues and Benefits Unit, MCC

Primary school children in receipt of free school meals Withington Manchester

2008 27.6% 39%

2009 26.2% 38%

2010 27.4% 37%

2009 17.6% 39%

2010 21.3% 35%

Source: School Census, Research and Statistics, Children’s Services, MCC

Secondary school children in receipt of free school meals Withington Manchester

2008 19.1% 37%

Source: School Census, Research and Statistics, Children’s Services, MCC

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Transport In 2001, Withington had lower car ownership levels compared to the Manchester average. Vehicle Ownership 0 1 2 3 4 or more

Withington 40.4% 40.9% 14.6% 2.9% 1.2%

Manchester 47.8% 39.5% 10.6% 1.5% 0.5%

Source: ONS Census 2001, Crown copyright

Withington had higher proportions of working residents travelling to work by bus in 2001 than the City average. Lower proportions drove to work and travelled as a passenger. Transport to Work* Work mainly at, or from, home Train; metro; tram Bus; minibus; coach Motor cycle; scooter; moped Car; van (as driver) Car; van (as passenger) Taxi; minicab Bicycle On foot Other

Withington 6.0% 3.0% 31.9% 0.4% 40.8% 4.3% 0.5% 3.4% 9.1% 0.5%

Manchester 6.5% 2.6% 22.1% 0.6% 45.4% 6.4% 1.2% 3.3% 11.4% 0.4%

* by employed residents aged 16-74 Source: ONS Census 2001, Crown copyright

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Health Life expectancy at birth is higher in Withington than in Manchester as a whole but lower than in England. Mortality rates for all causes of death are generally lower in Withington than in Manchester as a whole, although cancer rates are higher than the Manchester average. Withington has a lower rate of children born with a low birth weight when compared with the rest of Manchester and the England average. Life expectancy at birth Withington Manchester England

Lower Upper confidence confidence interval* interval* 77.9 82.1 76.7 76.2 80.3 80.3

Signif. higher/lower than England average

Rate Lower Upper per confidence confidence 100,000 interval* interval* 605.0 510.5 710.5 774.1 759.2 789.3 567.1 566.1 568.1

Signif. higher/lower than England average

Years 80.0 76.2 80.3



Source: ONS and Manchester Joint Health Unit. Data for 2007-2009

Directly standardised mortality rates (with 95% confidence intervals) All Age All Cause Mortality Withington Manchester England



Source: ONS and Manchester Joint Health Unit. Data for 2007-2009

Directly standardised mortality rates (with 95% confidence intervals) All cancers (0-74 years) Withington Manchester England

Rate per 100,000 166.0 153.5 112.1

Lower confidence interval* 110.5 145.9 111.6

Upper confidence interval* 239.3 161.4 112.6

Signif. higher/lower than England average

Lower confidence interval* 54.7 115.1 70.1

Upper confidence interval* 152.0 128.8 70.9

Signif. higher/lower than England average

Lower confidence interval* 3.4% 7.9% 7.5%

Upper confidence interval* 8.9% 8.6% 7.5%

Signif. higher/lower than England average



Source: ONS and Manchester Joint Health Unit. Data for 2007-2009

Directly standardised mortality rates (with 95% confidence intervals) All circulatory diseases (0-74 years) Withington Manchester England

Rate per 100,000 94.6 121.8 70.5



Source: ONS and Manchester Joint Health Unit. Data for 2007-2009

Low Birth Weight (under 2,500g)

% of births

Withington Manchester England

5.5% 8.2% 7.5%



Source: ONS and Manchester Joint Health Unit. Data for 2007-2009

Residents of Withington are more likely to report ‘good health’ than the City as a whole. Those who report themselves as in good health Withington Manchester

Percentage of those aged 18 plus 83% 73%

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Education In 2010, pupils living in Withington have achieved higher results than the Manchester average. Percentage achieving key stage 2 in English at level 4 and above Withington Manchester

2008

2009

2010

73.8% 75.4%

80.8% 75.0%

82.2% 75.0%

2008

2009

2010

70.8% 74.9%

84.6% 76.0%

81.4% 78.2%

2008

2009

2010

83.4% 85.6%

87.7% 85.0%

83.9% 80.7%

2008 51.6% 57.0%

2009 62.2% 61.3%

2010 81.1% 71.2%

Source: Research and Statistics, Children’s Services, MCC

Percentage achieving key stage 2 in Maths at level 4 and above Withington Manchester Source: Research and Statistics, Children’s Services, MCC

Percentage achieving key stage 2 in Science at level 4 and above Withington Manchester Source: Research and Statistics, Children’s Services, MCC

Percentage achieving 5 GCSE A*-C Withington Manchester Source: Research and Statistics, Children’s Services, MCC

Attendance rates in Withington are in line with the Manchester average for primary school pupils and slightly higher than the Manchester average for secondary school pupils. Persistent absence rates are low and the proportion of pupils whose first language is not English is slightly higher than the City average. Attendance at primary school Withington Manchester

2008 93.1% 93.3%

2009 93.1% 93.8%

2010 94.9% 94.7%

2008 93.5% 89.5%

2009 92.8% 90.3%

2010 94.0% 92.0%

2008 2.3% 3.2%

2009 2.2% 2.9%

2010 0.7% 1.6%

2008 3.2% 10.8%

2009 3.3% 9.6%

2010 1.5% 6.1%

2008 34.6% 31%

2009 40.1% 30%

2010 37.7% 30%

Source: Research and Statistics, Children’s Services, MCC

Attendance at secondary school Withington Manchester Source: Research and Statistics, Children’s Services, MCC

Persistent absence from primary school Withington Manchester Source: Research and Statistics, Children’s Services, MCC

Persistent absence from secondary school Withington Manchester Source: Research and Statistics, Children’s Services, MCC

Pupils whose first language is not English Withington Manchester Source: Research and Statistics, Children’s Services, MCC

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Crime and Disorder The incidence of crime and anti-social behaviour in Withington is lower than that of the city as a whole, with the exception of serious acquisitive crime and burglary.

Source: GMAC data hub

The perception of antisocial behaviour in Withington is slightly higher than the Manchester average, and there is a higher proportion who perceive there to be a problem with drunk and rowdy behaviour. Withington

Manchester

16%

15%

The percentage who perceive a problem with drunk/ rowdy behaviour in the local area.

31%

23%

The percentage who perceive a problem with drug use/ dealing in the local area.

19%

27%

The percentage who agree that parents take responsibility for their children in the local area.

40%

43%

27%

35%

68%

64%

48%

49%

Perception measure The percentage of residents who perceive there to be high levels of ASB in the local area

The percentage who feel there is a problem with people not treating one another with respect and consideration in the local area. The percentage of residents who agree that the police and other public services are dealing with ASB and Crime issues in the local area. The percentage who agree that the police and other public services seek people's views about ASB and crime in the local area.

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Resident perception Residents in Withington report higher levels of satisfaction with their local area as a place to live than the Manchester average, but they are less likely to say they feel they belong to their local area, although more feel that they can influence decisions that affect their local area. Residents in Withington are more likely to say that they are happy (the highest in the City) and have higher rates of satisfaction with their lives, compared to residents in Manchester as a whole. Perception measure The percentage of residents who are satisfied with their local area as a place to live

Withington

Manchester

77%

75%

The percentage that feel they 'strongly' belong to their immediate neighbourhood

69%

75%

The percentage who agree they can influence decisions that affect their local area

42%

40%

The percentage of residents who state they are 'happy'

95%

88%

93%

88%

The percentage of residents who state they are 'satisfied with their lives'

Source: Manchester City Council resident telephone survey 2010/11. See glossary for confidence intervals

The table below shows the satisfaction with aspects of services in Withington, and Manchester as a whole, as measured through the resident telephone survey. Percentage satisfied with: Keeping public land clean Refuse collection Doorstep recycling Local tips/Household waste recycling centres Sport/leisure facilities Libraries Museums/galleries Events in the city The way Manchester City Council runs things

Withington

Manchester

69%

75%

90%

90%

88%

86%

70%

80%

72%

66%

86%

83%

84%

82%

89%

87%

73%

75%

Source: Manchester City Council resident telephone survey 2010/11. See glossary for confidence intervals

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Glossary Indicator Population estimates

Definition Total number of people estimated by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) to be usually living in an area, whatever their nationality. The figure include people from outside the UK who plan to stay in the country for 12 months or more but exclude visitors and short-term migrants (less than 3 months). Students are estimated to be resident at their term time address. Population estimates were revised, using new methodology, and were published for wards for 2002-2009 in early 2011. Population An ONS calculation of the future number of people likely to be resident in a projections local authority, based on trends over the past five years in births, deaths and migration. The projections are based solely on demographic factors and do not take into account local issues, such as the impact of new housing. The 2008-based Sub National Population Projection (SNPP) is the latest available. Ward level projections in this profile are derived in-house using ONS experimental ward statistics for 2009 and ONS 2008-based SNPP, and are not official statistics. 2001 Census The 2001 Census underestimated population in Manchester by over 30,100. When ONS issued a revised mid-year population estimate for Manchester for 2001, the 2001 Census data was NOT revised, and the ONS 2001 Census figures in this profile are based on the underestimated 2001 population for the City of Manchester, which will affect their accuracy, particularly at small geographical area. Child A measure showing the number of dependents (aged 0-15 and aged 60/65 dependency/elderly and over) to the total working age population (aged 16-59/64), calculated by dependency number of dependents divided by working age population x 100. For example, if in a population of 1,000 there are 250 people under the age of 16 and 500 people between the ages of 15-59/64, the child dependency ratio would be 50% (250/500). This indicator gives insight into the amount of people of non-working age compared to the number of those of working age. A high ratio means those of working age - and the overall economy - face a greater burden in supporting the ageing population. Ethnicity An ONS estimate of ethnic group likely to be resident in a local authority. Ward level projections in this profile are derived in-house using ONS experimental ward statistics for 2007 (unrevised), ONS experimental ethnic group estimates 2007 and 2001 Census, and are not official statistics. Population density Total number of people estimated to be usually living in an area per hectare. Tenure Tenure data in this profile uses different sources. See 2001 Census (above) for use of 2001 Census tenure data. Tenure categories for dwelling stock are defined as: - owner-occupied - owned outright or being bought with a mortgage; - rented privately - all non owner-occupied property other than that rented from local authorities and Registered Social Landlords (RSLs) plus rented from private or public bodies through employment (with or without rent); - social rented accommodation - rented from RSL and rented from Local Authorities. Deprivation The Index of Multiple Deprivation 2010 (IMD 2010) is a relative measure of deprivation used by national government to measure deprivation at local authority and Lower Super Output Area (LSOA). They bring together a range of indicators, covering income, employment, health and disability, education, skills and training, barriers to housing and services, the living environment and crime. Data for the IMD 2010 generally relates to 2008. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 26

Household income

PayCheck, from CACI, profiles income for all 1.6 million individual postcodes in the UK, using information on over 4 million households from CACI’s lifestyle database, in conjunction with Census and market research data to increase statistical reliability. Children in poverty Child poverty is defined as any child living in a household with below 60% of average income after housing costs, that is the number of children living in families in receipt of Child Tax Credit, whose reported income is less than 60% of the median income, or in receipt of Income Support or (IncomeBased) Job Seekers Allowance, divided by the total number of children in the area (determined by Child Benefit data). Lone parent benefit Income support is extra money to help people on low income. Lone parents claimants who are not available for full-time work and do not have enough money to live on may be able to get income support. Lone parent claimants receive Income Support with a child under 16 and no partner. IB/ESA From October 27, 2008 Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) replaced Incapacity Benefit (IB) and Income Support paid on incapacity grounds for new customers. If a person is not available to work due to a health condition or disability may be able to get ESA. ESA offers claimants personalized support and financial help, so that they can work if they are able to. Claimant count/Job Job Seekers Allowance (JSA) records the number of people claiming JSA Seekers Allowance and National Insurance details at Job Centre Plus local offices. The (JSA) percentage figures (claimant count rate) express the number of claimants resident in an area as a proportion of the working age population (16-59 for women and 16-64 for men) resident in that area. From August, residence based proportions at City level are calculated using the population aged 1664. NEET The proportion of NEET is presented as a percentage of the ward cohort. Low birth weight Percentage of all live and stillborn infants who are born with a stated birth weight weighing under 2,500 grams. BETA model Beta Model data is derived from Yellow Pages, Yell.Com and Thompsons enterprises and Business Directory. This accounts for approximately 75% of all active employees enterprises. Under-18 Number of births and conceptions to mothers aged under 18 per 1,000 conception rate females aged 15-17 years. Resident telephone Data from surveys should be interpreted with reference to confidence survey intervals. The Manchester resident telephone survey 2010/11 achieved a total of 4,208 responses, equivalent to a confidence interval of +/-1.5%. The confidence interval for telephone survey results for Withington is +/-9.3%. Confidence intervals have been calculated based on a 95% confidence level. That means that actual results in the population would be within the calculated confidence interval around the sample score in 95% of cases. The confidence interval gives the degree of accuracy that can be assumed when making inferences about the whole population based on sample data. A confidence interval of +/- 5% would mean that if the 50% of the sample pick an answer option, then we can infer that between 45% and 55% of the population would also pick that answer option. The most important factor in calculating confidence intervals is the size of the sample rather than the size of the population.

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