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All Information for Queen Street, City of London, London, EC4N 1SA postcode


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Demographic Details Overview

Demographic Details Overview

The demographic data related to housing, population, cultural practices, employment, and education for Queen Street, City of London, London, EC4N 1SA originates from the 2021 UK census. These censuses are conducted every decade. Our platform presents 2021 statistics for England, Wales, and Northern Ireland. However, for Scotland, we display data from 2011 due to a delay in their census (an update is on the horizon).

It's essential to understand that the census data might encompass numbers from nearby streets and postcodes, making the figures indicative of the broader vicinity rather than a particular street or set of houses. To ensure residents' privacy, each postcode group is designed to have a minimum of 100 residents (50 in Scotland's case), especially since certain postcodes might correspond to very confined spaces, even individual buildings at times.

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Housing Types

The area containing Queen Street, City of London, London consists predominantly of flats, which is common in inner cities, student neighbourhoods and poorer suburban settings. Be aware that the numbers might encompass nearby streets. Refer to the Summary tab for a detailed explanation and a map indicating the covered area.

  1. Detached (0)

  2. Semi-Detached (1)

  3. Terraced (0)

  4. Flat (Purpose-Built) (190)

  5. Flat (Converted) (0)

  6. Residence in Converted Building inc. former schools, churches, warehouses (37)

  7. Residence in Commercial Building (13)

Housing Tenure

The area containing Queen Street, City of London, London contains a higher-than-average level of rented housing (excluding social housing) - 70% of household spaces. This contrasts with the national average of just over 20%.

  1. Owned Outright (39)

  2. Owned with Mortgage (31)

  3. Shared Ownership (2)

  4. Rented: From Council (0)

  5. Rented: Other Social (2)

  6. Rented: Private Landlord inc. letting agents (145)

  7. Rented: Other (24)

  8. Rent Free (0)

Housing Occupancy

This data provides the total count of usual residents in each household. It doesn't account for under- or over-occupancy.

  1. One Person (116)

  2. Two People (105)

  3. Three People (11)

  4. Four People (9)

  5. Five People (0)

  6. Six People (0)

  7. Seven People (0)

  8. 8+ People (0)

Housing Composition

This area contains a mixture of household compositions, as detailed below. No single type accounts for more than 50% of the households.

  1. 1 Person Household (115)

  2. Family Household (93)

  3. Other Household (34)

Housing Deprivation

For the 2021 census, household deprivation was assessed based on four criteria: employment, education, health/disability, and overcrowding.

  1. Not Deprived (164)

  2. Deprived In One Dimension (67)

  3. Deprived In Two Dimensions (8)

  4. Deprived In Three Dimensions (2)

  5. Deprived In Four Dimensions (0)

Gender

Across the UK as a whole, the gender split is roughly 49% male, 51% female. The local area around EC4N 1SA however is predominantly male (59%). This can be caused by a number of factors, but amongst the most common are: areas associated with nearby higher education, areas that contain large establishments such as boarding schools, and areas with younger populations (females on average live longer than males, so are more likely to be found in retirement areas).

  1. Male (234)

  2. Female (162)

Age Groups

Across the entirety of the UK, the median age stands at 40. Typically, urban centers have a higher density of individuals aged 18-30, while suburbs often have more young children and adults between 30-50. Rural areas and smaller towns tend to attract older workers and retirees. In contrast, many economically disadvantaged areas don't show a dominant age group, a situation influenced by residents' circumstances limiting their choices on where to retire, start families, or spend their youth.

  1. 0-4 (8)

  2. 5-9 (9)

  3. 10-14 (0)

  4. 15-19 (5)

  5. 20-24 (63)

  6. 25-29 (80)

  7. 30-34 (56)

  8. 35-39 (47)

  9. 40-44 (35)

  10. 45-49 (16)

  11. 50-54 (26)

  12. 55-59 (11)

  13. 60-64 (14)

  14. 65-69 (3)

  15. 70-74 (8)

  16. 75-79 (5)

  17. 80-84 (4)

  18. 85+ (1)

Relationship Status

Statistics regarding relationship status exclude individuals under 16 and family members between 16-18 who are in full-time education. With the enactment of the Civil Partnership Act in 2019, the 2021/2022 census data no longer separates same-sex relationships as a distinct category. Civil partnerships are now integrated into the general categories, such as Married, Divorced, and the like.

  1. Single (238)

  2. Married (103)

  3. Separated (7)

  4. Divorced (30)

  5. Widowed (3)

Health

This area is fit as a fiddle, with over 93% of the population reporting themselves as being in Good or Very Good health at this address.

  1. Very Good (249)

  2. Good (119)

  3. Fair (24)

  4. Bad (4)

  5. Very Bad (0)

Education & Qualifications

The qualification categories align with current naming conventions. Previous Ordinary Levels (O-Levels) and CSEs are incorporated into the GCSE statistics, while former Higher School Certificates (HSCs) are classified as A Levels.

  1. Degree or Similar e.g. professional qualification (328)

  2. Apprenticeship (1)

  3. HNC, HND or 2+ A Levels (29)

  4. 5+ GCSEs, an A-Level or 1-2 AS Levels (4)

  5. 1-4 GCSEs or Equivalent (4)

  6. No GCSEs or Equivalent (8)

  7. Other (4)

Ethnic Group

Queen Street, City of London, London can be considered more ethnically diverse than the UK average. As whole, the UK population claims itself as approximately 82.2% white, with residents of this area being 63% so.

  1. White (248)

  2. Mixed Ethnicity (28)

  3. Indian (34)

  4. Pakistani (4)

  5. Chinese (41)

  6. Other Asian (24)

  7. Black African (3)

  8. Arab (4)

  9. Other (10)

Country of Birth

During the 2021 census, about 83.4% of the UK's resident population were native-born. The remaining population consisted of 6.9% from European nations, 5.4% from Middle Eastern or Asian regions, 2.6% from African countries, and 1.7% from other parts of the globe.

  1. United Kingdom (167)

  2. European Union (85)

  3. Rest of Europe (18)

  4. Africa (13)

  5. Middle East And Asia (83)

  6. The Americas (North, Central and South America, and the Caribbean) (24)

  7. Oceania (Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia and nearby islands) (8)

Length of Residence

The duration of a person's residence in the UK is determined from their most recent arrival (excluding brief trips or vacations outside the UK). Yet, individuals born in the UK who later emigrated and subsequently returned are still categorized as "Born in the United Kingdom".

  1. Born in The United Kingdom (167)

  2. 10+ Years (65)

  3. 5-10 Years (44)

  4. 2-5 Years (56)

  5. Less Than 2 Years (68)

Passports Held

Keep in mind that a person might possess multiple passports. The data might also encompass individuals residing in nearby locations to EC4N 1SA

  1. None (1)

  2. United Kingdom (217)

  3. Republic of Ireland (4)

  4. European Union (73)

  5. Rest of Europe (8)

  6. African Countries (3)

  7. Middle East or Asia (59)

  8. North America or Caribbean (21)

  9. Central and South America (5)

  10. Oceania (Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia and nearby islands) (5)

Religion

In England and Wales, Christians form the largest religious group, encompassing 46.2% of the population. Yet, a significant 37.2% declare they have no religious affiliation, a notable rise from the 25.1% in the 2011 census. Meanwhile, 6.5% identify as Muslim, 1.7% as Hindu, 0.9% as Sikh, 0.5% as Buddhist, 0.5% as Jewish, and 0.6% affiliate with other faiths. The remaining 6% chose not to specify their religious beliefs.

  1. No Religion (174)

  2. Christian (122)

  3. Buddhist (5)

  4. Hindu (16)

  5. Jewish (12)

  6. Muslim (11)

  7. Sikh (0)

  8. Other Religion (9)

  9. Not Stated (46)

Economic Activity

The 2021 census took place during a downturn in economic activity caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Consequently, caution is advised when analyzing data related to labor market involvement.

  1. Full-Time Employee (248)

  2. Part-Time Employee (defined as 30 hours or less per week) (12)

  3. Self Employed (No Subordinates) (35)

  4. Self Employed (With Subordinates) (13)

  5. Unemployed (12)

  6. Full-Time Student (with or without job) (26)

  7. Retired (18)

  8. Looking After Home or Family (9)

  9. Long-Term Sick or Disabled (0)

  10. Other (6)

Occupation Group

This information pertains to residents aged 16 and over on census day 2021 who were employed. The categories utilized are derived from the Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) 2020.

  1. Managers, Directors and Senior Officials (65)

  2. Professional Occupations (168)

  3. Associate Professional Occupations (45)

  4. Administrative and Secretarial Occupations (12)

  5. Skilled Trades Occupations (7)

  6. Caring, Leisure and Other Service Occupations (8)

  7. Sales and Customer Service Occupations (7)

  8. Elementary Occupations (5)

Socio-Economic Classification

Classifications are determined using an algorithm developed by the National Statistics Agency, known as the Socio-economic Classification (NS-SEC).

  1. Large Employer or Higher Managerial/Professional (210)

  2. Supervisory, or Lower Managerial/Administrative/Professional (75)

  3. Intermediate Occupation e.g. clerical, sales, technical, engineering occupations (22)

  4. Own Account Worker/Small Employer (25)

  5. Lower Technical or Supervisory Occupation (2)

  6. Routine Occupation e.g. sales, service, production, operative, agricultural occupations (6)

  7. Semi-Routine Occupation (4)

  8. Never Worked or Long-Term Unemployed (12)

  9. Full-time Student (23)

Nearest Railway Stations (20)

London Cannon Street
Distance - 380 yards
Moorgate
Distance - 760 yards
City Thameslink
Distance - 870 yards
London Blackfriars
Distance - half a mile
London Liverpool Street
Distance - 0.5 miles
London Fenchurch Street
Distance - 0.6 miles
London Bridge
Distance - 0.7 miles
Farringdon
Distance - 0.7 miles
Old Street
Distance - 0.9 miles
Shoreditch High Street
Distance - 1 mile
London Waterloo East
Distance - 1 mile
London Waterloo
Distance - 1.2 miles
Elephant & Castle
Distance - 1.4 miles
London Charing Cross
Distance - 1.4 miles
Hoxton
Distance - 1.4 miles
Whitechapel
Distance - 1.5 miles
Shadwell
Distance - 1.5 miles
Bethnal Green
Distance - 1.6 miles
Tottenham Court Road (Elizabeth line)
Distance - 1.7 miles
Wapping
Distance - 1.7 miles

Nearest Primary Schools (20)

Mansion House Tube Station
Distance - 220 yards
Bank Tube Station
Distance - 260 yards
Cannon Street Tube Station
Distance - 290 yards
Bank DLR Station
Distance - 290 yards
St. Paul's Tube Station
Distance - 440 yards
Monument Tube Station
Distance - 590 yards
Moorgate Tube Station
Distance - 640 yards
Liverpool Street Tube Station
Distance - 830 yards
Blackfriars Tube Station
Distance - 0.5 miles
Barbican Tube Station
Distance - 0.5 miles
London Liverpool Street Overground Station
Distance - 0.6 miles
London Bridge Tube Station
Distance - 0.6 miles
Aldgate Tube Station
Distance - 0.7 miles
Farringdon Tube Station
Distance - 0.7 miles
Tower Hill Tube Station
Distance - 0.7 miles
Tower Gateway DLR Station
Distance - 0.8 miles
Southwark Tube Station
Distance - 0.9 miles
Borough Tube Station
Distance - 0.9 miles
Aldgate East Tube Station
Distance - 0.9 miles
Old Street Tube Station
Distance - 0.9 miles

Nearest Secondary Schools (10)

Prior Weston Primary School and Children's Centre
Distance - 0.6 miles
Rating - 3 / 5 stars
The Aldgate School
Distance - 0.6 miles
Rating - 4 / 5 stars
City of London Primary Academy, Islington
Distance - 0.7 miles
Rating - 4 / 5 stars
The Cathedral School of St Saviour and St Mary Overie
Distance - 0.7 miles
Rating - 4 / 5 stars
Saint Joseph's Catholic Primary School, the Borough
Distance - 0.8 miles
Rating - 3 / 5 stars
St Peter and St Paul Catholic Primary School
Distance - 0.9 miles
Rating - 3 / 5 stars
Charles Dickens Primary School
Distance - 0.9 miles
Rating - 4 / 5 stars
English Martyrs Roman Catholic Primary School
Distance - 0.9 miles
Rating - 3 / 5 stars
Mulberry Canon Barnett Primary Academy
Distance - 0.9 miles
Rating - 3 / 5 stars
St Luke's CofE Primary School
Distance - 0.9 miles
Rating - 3 / 5 stars

Nearest Doctor's Surgeries/GP Practices (10)

David Game College
Distance - 0.7 miles
Haberdashers' Borough Academy
Distance - 0.8 miles
London Nautical School
Distance - 0.8 miles
Central Foundation Boys' School
Distance - 0.9 miles
New Regent's College
Distance - 1.1 miles
London East Academy
Distance - 1.2 miles
London Enterprise Academy
Distance - 1.2 miles
Notre Dame Roman Catholic Girls' School
Distance - 1.3 miles
St Saviour's and St Olave's Church of England School
Distance - 1.3 miles
Oasis Academy South Bank
Distance - 1.3 miles

Nearest Dentists (10)

The Neaman Practice
Distance - 810 yards
Whitechapel Health Centre Branch
Distance - 0.8 miles
Blackfriars Medical Practice
Distance - 0.8 miles
Health E1
Distance - 0.9 miles
St Philips Medical Centre
Distance - 1 mile
City Road Medical Centre
Distance - 1 mile
The Spitalfields Practice
Distance - 1 mile
Goodman's Field Health Centre
Distance - 1 mile
Clerkenwell Medical Practice
Distance - 1.1 miles
Dr Segarajasinghe
Distance - 1.1 miles

Nearest Hospitals (10)

Barbican Orthodontic Clinic
Distance - half a mile
NEWHAM FAMILY DENTAL CARE LTD
Distance - 0.7 miles
Old Street Dental Clinic
Distance - 0.8 miles
Silvia Melis-Chopra
Distance - 0.8 miles
Malmin Orthodontic Group Ltd
Distance - 0.8 miles
Alba Dental Care
Distance - 0.8 miles
Fresh Springs Dental Practice
Distance - 0.8 miles
MRS O SULAIMAN
Distance - 0.8 miles
Dent Essentials
Distance - 0.9 miles
Borough Dental Practice
Distance - 1 mile

Nearest Opticians (10)

Harley Street Specialist Hospital
Distance - 700 yards
St Bartholomew's Hospital
Distance - 810 yards
London Bridge Hospital
Distance - 0.6 miles
Guy's Hospital
Distance - 0.7 miles
Moorfields Eye Hospital (City Road)
Distance - 1 mile
Great Ormond Street Hospital
Distance - 1.3 miles
The Royal London Hospital For Integrated Medicine
Distance - 1.4 miles
National Hospital For Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square
Distance - 1.4 miles
The Royal London Hospital
Distance - 1.4 miles
Royal London Hospital
Distance - 1.5 miles

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