Monday, 31 May 2010

About Tulse Hill Ward

The population of Tulse Hill Ward rose from 11,882 in 1991 to 13,119 in 2001, an increase of 10.4%. This is 4.9% of the borough population. Tulse Hill has an area of 103.1 hectares (3.8% of the borough).

Tulse Hill had a small percentage increase in Black people between 1991 and 2001 compared to the rest of the borough. There has also been a large increase in the 30-44 age range during this time.

Tulse Hill has a high proportion of children in lone parent families, and a low proportion of children in married families.

Tulse Hill has a high proportion of older people not living alone, and not in a couple. Tulse Hill has a low proportion of couple families with dependent children with both parents working.
There is a high proportion of overcrowded council and registered social landlord rented lone parent households with dependent children but overall there has been a large decrease in council renting since 1991.

Tulse Hill had a large percentage decrease in purpose built flats between 1991 and 2001, and a large increase in converted flats.

There has been a small growth in full time employees between 1991 and 2000, but there still are high rates of unemployment and long term unemployment.Demographics – The national statistics page on Tulse Hill Ward provides a comprehensive set of statistics on education, economics, access to services, lifestyle, physical environment and more.

Map of Tulse Hill.

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