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South Lakeland

 

 

 



 

 

Census 2001 and Access to Services 



Focus on Rural Areas 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

South Lakeland is in the North West Government Office Region



 

 

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Map of the Government Office Region showing Authority boundaries and shaded by Output Area 

according to the urban / rural definition. 



 

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Population 

 

In South Lakeland 61.6% of people live in rural areas,



compared with 12.1% in the Government Office Region.

Within the rural areas 40% live in sparse rural areas.

Male

Female


Total

Male


Female

Total


Urban

18,942


20,298

39,240


2,857,341

3,056,872

5,914,213

Rural


30,548

32,513


63,061

401,613


413,938

815,551


Less Sparse

18,406


19,622

38,028


349,155

359,674


708,829

Town


4,966

5,703


10,669

176,812


186,076

362,888


Village

9,903


10,294

20,197


103,718

105,497


209,215

Dispersed

3,537

3,625


7,162

68,625


68,101

136,726


Sparse

12,142


12,891

25,033


52,458

54,264


106,722

Town


6,265

6,537


12,802

17,418


18,617

36,035


Village

2,360


2,512

4,872


20,279

20,795


41,074

Dispersed

3,517

3,842


7,359

14,761


14,852

29,613


Total

49,490


52,811

102,301


3,258,954

3,470,810

6,729,764

Percentage rural

61.7

61.6


61.6

12.3


11.9

12.1


South Lakeland

North West

 

Source table from the Census: UV03 Gender 



 

Proportion of the population of the Authority living in rural towns, villages and dispersed areas 

compared with the Government Office Region and England. 

 

0



10

20

30



40

50

Percentage



Town

Village


Dispersed

Rural type

South Lakeland

North West

England

 

Source table from the Census: UV03 Gender 



 

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Age  

 

In South Lakeland 5.6% of the population live in rural areas and are



under 10 years old. 12.7% of the Authority's population live in rural areas and are

under 19 years of age. 10.1% are aged 70 or over and live in rural areas.

 

 

Total population within the Authority, broken down by age. 



 

Total


Less 

sparse


Sparse

Less 


sparse

Sparse


Less 

sparse


Sparse

Under 10


10,346

4,595


5,751

1,072


1,153

1,937


408

552


629

55.6


10 to 19

11,691


4,474

7,217


1,031

1,705


2,129

576


714

1,062


61.7

20 to 29


9,165

4,048


5,117

707


1,518

1,368


471

472


581

55.8


30 to 39

13,746


5,884

7,862


1,329

1,713


2,650

549


754

867


57.2

40 to 49


14,030

5,472


8,558

1,340


1,477

2,876


710

1,097


1,058

61.0


50 to 59

15,388


5,292

10,096


1,532

1,759


3,391

786


1,380

1,248


65.6

60 to 69


12,083

4,048


8,035

1,300


1,446

2,668


626

1,044


951

66.5


70 to 79

9,859


3,396

6,463


1,373

1,243


2,004

462


748

633


65.6

80 to 89


4,919

1,668


3,251

774


648

973


236

354


266

66.1


90 and over

999


352

647


161

138


205

24

66



53

64.8


102,226

39,229


62,997

10,619


12,800

20,201


4,848

7,181


7,348

61.6


% Rural

Totals


Urban

Rural


Age

Rural breakdown

Towns

Villages


Dispersed

 

Source table from the Census: UV04 Age 



 

Age of the population in urban/rural parts of the Authority and totals for the Government Office 

Region. 

 

0



200

400


600

800


1000

1200


1400

Under


1

10

20



30

40

50



60

70

80



90

100


and

over


Age

Number of people in the 

Authority

0

10000



20000

30000


40000

50000


60000

70000


80000

90000


100000

110000


120000

Number of people in the GOR

Rural South Lakeland

Urban South Lakeland

North West

 

Source table from the Census: UV04 Age 



 

5

Proportion of children under 5 split by the urban rural definition, for the Authority and the 



Government Office Region 

 

Authority:



Government Office Region:

South Lakeland

North West

Number of under 5's: 4,800

Number of under 5's: 395,700

Urban


Less Sparse Rural Town

Less Sparse Rural Village

Less Sparse Rural Dispersed

Sparse Rural Town

Sparse Rural Village

Sparse Rural Dispersed

 

Source table from the Census: UV04 Age 



 

 

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Marital Status 

 

The ‘Marital Status’ table (UV07) classifies all people (i.e. from babies upwards) according to their 



marital status. To create the following table it has been assumed that all people aged under 16 

would be in the “single – never married” category. All people under 16 years of age have been 

deducted from the original “single – never married” figures on the marital status to estimated figures 

on the marital status of people aged 16 or over. 

 

Estimated number of people in the Authority and Government Office Region 



aged 16 or over, by marital status 

 

Single 



(never 

married)


Married (first 

marriage)

Re-married

Separated 

(but still legally 

married)


Divorced

Widowed


Urban

8,156


14,583

2,518


591

2,861


3,106

Rural


12,287

26,119


4,588

863


3,827

5,151


Less Sparse

6,443


16,625

2,952


501

2,246


3,215

Town


1,810

4,366


783

150


646

1,198


Village

3,402


8,902

1,633


262

1,200


1,475

Dispersed

1,231

3,357


536

89

400



542

Sparse


5,844

9,494


1,636

362


1,581

1,936


Town

3,260


4,382

782


197

926


1,117

Village


1,029

1,989


323

66

284



386

Dispersed

1,555

3,123


531

99

371



433

Total


20,443

40,702


7,106

1,454


6,688

8,257


North West

Urban


1,452,501

1,948,404

316,260

119,689


411,366

424,007


Rural

156,173


338,184

56,434


11,492

46,752


56,125

Total


1,608,674

2,286,588

372,694

131,181


458,118

480,132


South Lakeland

 

Source tables from the Census: UV04 Age and UV07 Marital Status 



 

Estimated proportions of people aged 16 or over in rural parts of the Authority, by marital status. 

 

23%


49%

9%

2%



7%

10%


Single (never

married)


Married (first

marriage)

Re-married

Separated 

(but still legally

married)


Divorced

Widowed


 

Source tables from the Census: UV04 Age and UV07 Marital Status

 


 

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Household composition  



 

In South Lakeland 61.2% of households are in

rural areas. 29.2% of rural households are single person households.

5.5% of rural households are lone parent family households.



 

 

Number of households, by composition of the household 



 

Urban


% rural

Total


Total

Town


Village

Dispersed

Town

Village


Dispersed

Total number of households

17,120

27,041


4,790

8,752


3,052

5,486


2,086

2,875


61.2

One person household

5,321

7,883


1,567

2,257


777

1,956


630

696


59.7

pensioner

2,751

4,739


1,069

1,313


444

1,144


371

398


63.3

other


2,570

3,144


498

944


333

812


259

298


55.0

All pensioner family

1,719

3,776


729

1,276


494

645


253

379


68.7

Married couple family

6,450

10,706


1,712

3,778


1,352

1,733


824

1,307


62.4

no children

2,517

4,887


739

1,780


627

757


388

596


66.0

with one dependent child

1,003

1,586


274

538


197

276


103

198


61.3

with two or more dependent children

1,937

2,754


449

970


334

469


210

322


58.7

all children non-dependent

993

1,479


250

490


194

231


123

191


59.8

Cohabiting couple family

1,546

1,829


296

629


185

395


135

189


54.2

no children

844

1,171


179

382


131

274


82

123


58.1

with one dependent child

310

273


42

111


21

48

24



27

46.8


two or more dependent children

338


307

60

109



12

64

29



33

47.6


all children non-dependent

54

78



15

27

21



9

-

6



59.1

Lone parent family

1,271

1,478


294

447


107

358


148

124


53.8

with one dependent child

429

465


83

144


26

135


41

36

52.0



with two or more dependant children

378


354

76

104



19

82

45



28

48.4


all children non-dependent

464


659

135


199

62

141



62

60

58.7



Other households

813


1,369

192


365

137


399

96

180



62.7

with one dependent child

132

165


31

40

18



40

9

27



55.6

with two or more dependent children

131

210


46

67

15



40

20

22



61.6

all student

3

92

6



6

-

70



-

10

96.8



all pensioner

88

163



24

57

8



40

10

24



64.9

other


459

739


85

195


96

209


57

97

61.7



Rural

Less sparse

Sparse

 

Source table from the Census: UV65 Household Composition (households)



 

 

A dependent child is a person in a household aged 0 to 15 (whether or not in a family) or a person 

aged 16 to 18 who is a full-time student in a family with parent(s). 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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Percentage of households by composition of household for the Authority and the  



Government Office Region. 

 

0%

5%



10%

15%


20%

25%


30%

35%


40%

45%


50%

Urban


Rural

Urban


Rural

South Lakeland

North West

Proportion of total number of households

one person

all pensioner family

married couple family

cohabiting couple family household

lone parent family

other households

 

Source table from the Census: UV65 Household Composition (households)



 

 

 



Classification of household deprivation 

 

The classification of household deprivation on the Census is independent of the English Indices of 



Multiple Deprivation published by the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister.  Four dimensions from 

the Census returns have been identified as giving an indication of household deprivation.  

Households are considered deprived if one or more of the following definitions applies to that 

household: 

 

Employment

 – any member of the household aged 16-74 who is not a full-time student is classified 

as either unemployed or permanently sick. 

Education

 – no member of the household aged 16 to pensionable age has at least 5 GCSE’s 

(grade A to C) or equivalent AND no member of the household aged 16 to 18 is in full-time 

education. 



Health and disability

 – any member of the household has general health ‘not good’ in the year 

before the census or has a limiting long term illness. 

Housing – The household’s accommodation is either overcrowded, or is in a shared dwelling, or 

does not have sole use of bath/shower and toilet, or has no central heating. 



 

 

 

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Classification of household deprivation (number of households) 



 

Not deprived 

on any 

dimension



Deprived on 

dimension



Deprived on 

dimensions



Deprived on 

dimensions



Deprived on 

all 4 


dimensions

Not deprived 

on any 

dimension



Deprived on 

1 or more 

dimensions

Urban

5,287

5,932

4,339

1,342

177

668,918

1,810,526

Rural

8,621

9,809

6,758

1,670

173

115,466

217,854

Less Sparse

5,315

5,954


4,177

1,026


103

101,747


186,768

Town


1,320

1,753


1,352

334


43

49,918


102,318

Village


2,916

3,074


2,121

542


45

31,797


53,524

Dispersed

1,079

1,127


704

150


15

20,032


30,926

Sparse


3,306

3,855


2,581

644


70

13,719


31,086

Town


1,631

2,067


1,400

372


46

4,366


11,456

Village


639

788


526

122


-

5,404


11,904

Dispersed

1,036

1,000


655

150


24

3,949


7,726

South Lakeland

North West

 

Source table from the Census: UV67 Classification of household deprivation 



 

Comparison of household deprivation in urban and rural parts of the Authority 

 

0%

10%



20%

30%


40%

50%


60%

70%


80%

90%


100%

Proportion of households

Urban South

Lakeland


Rural South

Lakeland


North West

Deprived on all 4

dimensions

Deprived on 3

dimensions

Deprived on 2

dimensions

Deprived on 1

dimension

Not deprived on

any dimension

 

Source table from the Census: UV67 Classification of household deprivation 



 

 

Health and provision of unpaid care 

 

There were two measure of ‘health’ on the Census. In one measure respondents were asked to rate 

their general level of health over the last twelve months as ‘good’, ‘fairly good’ or ‘not good’. The 

other measure was to ask respondents whether they (in their opinion) had a limiting long-term 



 

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illness (LLTI).  LLTI covers any long-term illness, health problem or disability that limits daily 



activities or the work a person can do. 

 

Perception of health over the 12 months preceding the Census (number of people) 



 

Good 


Fairly good

Not good


% not good

Good 


Fairly good

Not good


% not good

Urban


26,936

8,730


3,574

9.1


3,927,251

1,319,675

667,281

11.3


Rural

43,862


14,018

5,181


8.2

573,932


171,792

69,831


8.6

South Lakeland

North West

 

Source table from the Census: UV20 General health



 

 

 



Occurrence of limiting long-term illnesses (LLTI) (number of people) 

 

England



No LLTI

LLTI


% with LLTI

No LLTI


LLTI

% with LLTI

% with LLTI

Urban


31,921

7,319


18.7

4,665,344

1,248,870

21.1


18.2

Rural


51,454

11,607


18.4

669,811


145,738

17.9


17.0

South Lakeland

North West

 

Source table from the Census: UV22 Long-term limiting illness 



 

 

Number of people providing unpaid care 

 

1 to 19 


hours per 

week


20 to 49 

hours per 

week

50 or more 



hours per week

South Lakeland

North West

Urban


2,848

367


707

10.0


10.7

Rural


5,407

618


1,118

11.3


11.3

Towns


1,794

235


420

10.4


11.2

Villages


2,227

256


453

11.7


11.6

Dispersed 1,386

127

245


12.1

11.3


South Lakeland

% providing some unpaid care



 

Source table from the Census: UV21 Provision of unpaid care 



 

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