ELMS CROSS in Wiltshire is in the county of Wiltshire which resides in the South West region of England. The postcode is within the Bradford-on-Avon South ward, which is in the constituency of Chippenham. This page is a collection of useful information for ELMS CROSS, Wiltshire, and the neighbourhood in which it resides.
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We found 4 house sales in BA15 2AD. The most recent transaction was number GREAT ELMS that sold for £975,000 on 17 Nov 2017. The most expensive house purchase so far has been number GREAT ELMS that sold for £975,000 on 17 Nov 2017 and the lowest has been number GREAT ELMS that sold for £200,000 on 16 Aug 1996. If you are interested about more detailed information then keep reading as we give insights about all of them in this page later on.
We found 0 crimes in BA15 2AD in December. Our records show that there were 0 antisocial behaviours, 0 violence and anti-social behaviours, 0 burglaries, 0 criminal damage and arsons, 0 drugs and 0 vehicle crimes. For more detailed analysis please continue reading as we have data for each crime type and for all the nearby streets, close to BA15 2AD.
According to the latest census which took place in 2011, this postcode had a population of 8 people that includes overnight visitors as well as permanent residents. Furthermore there were 3 households.
This UK location in BRADFORD-ON-AVON is categorised as Rural town and fringe.
Some people have different preferences regarding the altitude of areas, this postcode's altitude is 62 metres above sea level. Areas at higher altitudes could be more favourable due to the expected rise of sea levels in the not so distant future.
Regarding the Index of Multiple Deprivation, BA15 2AD has a score of 26331 out of 32844.
In 2011 this place had 55 detached houses, 12 semi-detached houses, 34 terraced houses, 25 flats, 0 converted house shares, 0 flats in commercial buildings, 9 caravans.
The most common house type here is Detached house. There are 55 detached houses, 12 semi-detached houses, 34 terraced houses, 25 flats, 0 converted house shares, 0 flats in commercial buildings, 9 caravans.
The median age of this location's residents is 58.0 while the mean age is 54.2212. The most frequent age group is Fourty-five to fifty-nine. These conclusions are made from the following data: 0-4 years: 3, 5-7 years: 4, 8-9 years: 0, 10-14 years: 6, 16-17 years: 2, 18-19 years: 4, 20-24 years: 2, 25-29 years: 9, 25-29 years: 9, 30-44 years: 25, 45-59 years: 58, 60-64 years: 27, 65-74 years: 41, 75-84 years: 19, 85-89 years: 11.
The most common ethnicity is White. Residents have the following ethnicities: 214 White, 0 Gypsy, 0 Indian, 0 Bangladeshi, 0 Other asian, 0 Black, 0 Mixed.
85 had very good health and 0 had very bad.
Many postcodes have been retired over the years but BA15 2AD is not one of them and it was first introduced in 01 Jan 1980.
Geographically this area resides in -2.254948 longitude and 51.336131 latitude. If you are interested having a closer look at this postcode then check out the link below that links directly to a google map that will open in a new tab with the postcode already set.
If you are interested in getting to know more about the location codes of this area then it might also be valuable that it resides 382336 easting and 159702 northing.
Some might find it useful that this area's grid reference number is ST823597. Grid reference number is using cartesian coordinates.
The district code of BA15 2AD is E06000054 and its county code is E11000020.
Its MSOA code is E02006682, its LSOA code is E01032049, its parish code is E04011642 and its constituency code is E14000635. These codes can come handy when you want to find out more about this location as not all services work with the postcode. Sometimes you need the LSOA code of an area to get more insight into a location through a service.
The national average of social housing is over 18%.
|Owned outright: 65|
|Shared Ownership: 0|
|Social other: 1|
|Private rented: 24|
|Private employer: 0|
|Private relative: 2|
|Private other: 1|
|Rent free: 0|
Please note that the figures may include adjacent streets
|Semi-detached : 12|
|Converted house share: 0|
|Flat in commercial: 0|
This data lists the total number of room each house have.
This data lists the total number of people normally resident within each household.
According to the 2011 Census, the UK population claims itself as 87% white. The second largest group are asian 6% and black 3%.
|Other Asian: 0|
|No qualification: 26|
|GCSES 1 to 4 any grades: 81|
|NVQ Level 1: 9|
|One A level: 94|
|NVQ Level 2: 24|
|Two plus A level: 58|
|NVQ Level 3: 15|
|NVQ Level 4-5: 11|
|Professional qualification: 65|
|Other vocational qualification: 42|
Please bear in mind that an individual may hold one or more passports.
|No passport: 28|
|Other EU: 3|
|Other Non EU: 0|
|Middle East & Asia: 0|
|North America & Caribbean: 1|
|Central America: 0|
|South America: 0|
|Antarctica & Oceania: 0|
|British Overseas: 0|
The UK is mainly a Christian country, with 59% of residents. 25% of the population claim to have no religion. 4% of the population identify themselves as Muslim, 1.3% Hindu, 0.7% Sikh, 0.5% Jewish, 0.4% Buddhist, and 0.4% as other religions, while the remaining 7.2% did not state their religious views.
|No religion: 63|
|Not stated: 27|
Across the UK, the gender split is equal.
Health is usually influenced by age and the affluence of a neighbourhood, since deprived areas often showing poorer standards of health.
|Very good: 85|
|Very bad: 0|
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