Case Study 1- Birmingham

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Case Study 1- Birmingham
1 Sparkbrook
1.1 Who lives there
1.1.1 High ethnic diversity
1.1.2 64% Asian
1.1.3 32% have no qualifications
1.2 Housing tenure and types
1.2.1 42% Owner occupied
1.2.2 Redeveloped maisonette housing
1.2.3 Victorian terraced housing
1.3 Inner city Birmingham
1.4 About the area
1.4.1 Council housing for lower income families
1.4.2 Specialist shops for certain ethnic groups
1.4.2.1 Sparkbrook Islamic Centre
1.4.2.2 Halal shops
1.4.3 Transport links- Bordesley Station
1.4.4 Local schools- Ladypool School
2 Small Heath
2.1 Inner city Birmingham
2.2 Who lives there
2.2.1 52% Pakastani
2.2.2 High ethnic diversity
2.2.3 47% Economically active
2.2.4 Some professional workers
2.3 Housing tenure and types
2.3.1 55% Owner occupied
2.3.2 Improved housing scheme
2.3.3 Victorian terraced housing
2.4 About the area
2.4.1 Young professional workers attracted to area
2.4.2 Small Heath Business Park
2.4.2.1 Virgin Media
2.4.3 Shopping and leisure facilities
2.4.3.1 Asda
2.4.3.2 Small Heath Leisure Centre
2.4.4 Small Heath Park Mosque
3 Castle Vale
3.1 Housing tenure and types
3.1.1 41% of housing is council estates
3.1.2 There are two tower blocks
3.1.3 53 % of housing is owner occupied
3.1.4 There is redeveloped semi-detached housing
3.1.5 Apartments and maisonettes housing
3.2 Who lives there
3.2.1 Low ethnic diversity
3.2.2 79% White British
3.2.3 26% Economically inactive
3.2.4 Is one of the most deprived areas in England
3.3 About the area
3.3.1 Council housing for low income families
3.3.2 Life expectancy has risen by 7 years
3.3.3 Redeveloped with shopping and health facilities
3.3.4 £35 million was invested by Sainsburys
3.3.5 A retail park was made
3.4 Outer city Birmingham
4 Four Oaks
4.1 Outer suburbs Birmingham
4.2 About the area
4.2.1 Desirable place to live
4.2.2 Recreational open areas
4.2.2.1 Windley Pool
4.2.3 Shopping facilities
4.2.3.1 Waitrose
4.2.4 Direct train link to city centre
4.3 Housing tenure and types
4.3.1 81% Owner occupied
4.3.2 Large detached housing
4.3.3 Extensive grounds
4.4 Who lives there
4.4.1 92% White British
4.4.2 81% Economically active
4.4.3 31% Managers or senior professionals

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