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Westbury-on-Trym

& Henleaze
Statistical Ward
Profile
2019
May 2019, v3

Insight, Performance and Intelligence Service, Bristol City Council


www.bristol.gov.uk/statistics - email: research@bristol.gov.uk
CONTENTS - HELP PAGE
These 2019 Ward Profiles have been compiled for Bristol City Council wards using latest data as of May 2019. This
interactive tool provides data for each of the wards and for Bristol overall, highlighting any significant differences for
the relevant ward compared to the Bristol average. The tool is designed to allow users to copy pages into other
reports, to provide local evidence. There is also a suite of individual Ward Profile reports. See
www.bristol.gov.uk/wardprofiles
Please note - The colour ratings are based on statistically significant differences, and as smaller wards may have larger

Contents
Page 3 Population - ONS 2017 Page 19 Mapping Tools
Page 4 Deprivation - 2015 Page 20 Sources (p1)
Page 5 Quality of Life (p1) - 2018-19 Page 21 Sources (p2)
Page 6 Quality of Life (p2) - 2018-19 Page 22 Ward Names
Page 7 Healthy Lifestyles - 2018 Page 23 Ward Boundary Map
Page 8 Life Expectancy - 2015-2017
Page 9 Premature Mortality - 2015-2017
Page 10 Child Poverty 2016
Page 11 Crime - 2018/19
Page 12 Education - 2018 & 2019
Page 13 Social Care 2019
Page 14 Housing - Census 2011
Page 15 Household Size - Census 2011
Page 16 Car Availability - Census 2011
Page 17 Ethnicity - Census 2011

Help / Notes
1/ The 34 Bristol Wards (established in 2016) are listed in blue down the left hand margin. Click the box to change
ward.
2/ The Indicator pages are in orange down the right hand margin. There are 16 pages of data. Click the box to
change indicator.
3/ Full details, definitions and sources for each indicator are noted in the Sources pages.
4/ Many pages have infographics to highlight a key indicator(s), with other indicators listed below.
5/ Several pages includes a chart ranking all wards, with the chosen ward noted in a different colour.
6/ The tool shows the current latest data. It does not show past trend data.
7/ For Deprivation and Child Poverty, the data is shown by LSOA (Lower Super Output Area) not ward.
8/ The rating uses statistical confidence intervals or t-tests to identify if the gap is statistically significant. Different
wards and data-sets have different size confidence intervals, so trigger points for the below colour ratings will
vary.
9/ All indicators are colour-coded to show any significant difference between the ward and the city average. These

Significantly Better than the city average Significantly Higher than the city average

Not Significantly Different for the city Significantly Lower than the city average

Significantly Worse than the city average

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POPULATION ESTIMATE Office for National Statistics 2017
WESTBURY-ON-TRYM & HENLEAZE
Westbury-on-Trym & Henleaze (population 19,900) Significantly High
Not Significantly Different
Bristol
Significantly Low

AGE GROUPS
20.9% 19.6%
0-15 40-54
18.6% years 17.1%
years

9.0% 11.2%
16-24 55-64
years 15.7% 8.9%
years

15.6% 23.7%
25-39 65 +
years 26.7% 13.0%
years

POPULATION PYRAMID WARD COMPARISON


Children Working Age Older People

90+ Ashley
85-89 Avonmouth & Lawrence Weston
Bedminster
80-84 Bishopston & Ashley Down
75-79 Bishopsworth
Brislington East
70-74
Brislington West
65-69 Central
60-64 Clifton
Clifton Down
55-59 Cotham
50-54 Easton
Age

Eastville
45-49 Filwood
40-44 Frome Vale
Hartcliffe & Withywood
35-39
Henbury & Brentry
30-34 Hengrove & Whitchurch Park
Hillfields
25-29
Horfield
20-24 Hotwells & Harbourside
15-19 Knowle
Lawrence Hill
10-14 Lockleaze
5-9 Redland
Southmead
0-4 Southville
St George Central
15 10 5 0 5 10 15 St George Troopers Hill
Percentage St George West
Stockwood
Stoke Bishop
Westbury-on-Trym & Henleaze Males Westbury-on-Trym & Henleaze
Westbury-on-Trym & Henleaze Females Windmill Hill

Bristol Males 0K 10K 20K


Bristol Females Population

Population – Source: Bristol City Council using ONS 2017 Small Area Population Estimates ONS © Crown Copyright
See source pages for further details
Insight, Performance and Intelligence Service, Bristol City Council www.bristol.gov.uk/statistics
DEPRIVATION Indices of Multiple Deprivation 2015
WESTBURY-ON-TRYM & HENLEAZE

Most deprived 10% in England

For further information about the deprivation


indices, including scores, ranks and maps,
please refer to ‘Deprivation in Bristol 2015’ report
- www.bristol.gov.uk/deprivation
LSOA maps can be found on Pinpoint
http://maps.bristol.gov.uk/pinpoint/

Source: DCLG English Indices of Deprivation 2015

Insight, Performance and Intelligence Service, Bristol CityCouncil www.bristol.gov.uk/statistics


QUALITY OF LIFE 1Quality of Life Survey 2018-19
WESTBURY-ON-TRYM & HENLEAZE
Significantly Better Significantly Worse Not Significantly Different Westbury-on-
Significantly High Significantly Low Trym &
Henleaze Bristol
% satisfied with the way the Council runs things 44 35
Council & Democracy

% who feel Bristol City Council provides value for money 24 24

% who feel an elected mayor is improving the leadership of the city 27 24

% who agree they can influence decisions that affect their local area 24 18

% who agree they can influence decisions that affect the public services they
14 14
use

% satisfied with life 86 68

% in good health 93 84

% below average mental wellbeing 9 20


Health & Wellbeing

% who see friends and family as much as they want to 90 80


% who do enough regular exercise each week (at least 150 mins moderate or 75
mins vigorous exercise)
76 66

% who play sport at least once a week 52 44

% households with a smoker 6 19

% who drink alcohol 4 or more times per week 24 13

% who eat at least five portions of fruit or vegetables per day 66 54

% whose fear of crime affects their day-to-day lives 7 18


Crime & Safety

% who feel crime and safety has got worse in their area in the last 3 years 22 28

% who feel police and public services successfully tackle crime and anti-social 27 25
behaviour locally

% who think domestic abuse is a private matter 6 7

% who feel they belong to their neighbourhood 82 59


% who agree people from different backgrounds get on well together in their
neighbourhood 76 68

% who volunteer or help out in their community at least 3 times a year 78 68


Community & Living

% who think noise from residential neighbours is a problem 17 33

% who lack the information to get involved in their community 17 29

% whose local area has changed due to "gentrification" 10 27

% who find it difficult to manage financially 4 11

% satisfied with their local area 93 77


See source pages for further details

Insight, Performance and Intelligence Service, Bristol City Council www.bristol.gov.uk/statistics


QUALITY OF LIFE 2 Quality of Life Survey 2018-19 Bristol Quality of Life

WESTBURY-ON-TRYM & HENLEAZE


Significantly Better Significantly Worse Not Significantly Different Westbury-on-
Significantly High Significantly Low Trym &
Henleaze Bristol
% who need to develop at least one of their skills
Education &

28 35
Skills

% who know where to get information, advice and guidance about employment
72 63
and training

% satisfied with adult learning opportunities 47 32

% who think traffic congestion is a problem locally 81 80

% who think air quality and traffic pollution is a problem locally


Transport

77 77

% who ride a bicycle at least once a week 32 26

% satisfied with the local bus service 41 43

% satisfied overall with their current accommodation 94 84


Housing

% satisfied with the state of repair of their home 91 78

% satisfied with the cost of their rent or mortgage payments 74 57

% who think street litter is a problem locally 65 82

% satisfied with the general household waste service 72 67


Sustainability & Environment

% satisfied with the quality of parks and green spaces 89 68

% who visit Bristol's parks and green spaces at least once a week 55 50

% satisfied with the recycling service 70 66

% concerned about climate change 89 86

% who have changed the way they travel due to climate change concerns 36 30

% who have reduced their household waste due to climate change concerns 68 65

% who have reduced energy use at home due to climate change concerns 52 54

% satisfied with the range and quality of outdoor events 76 77


Culture & Leisure

% satisfied with activities for children/young people 52 35

% who participate in cultural activities at least once a month 48 46

% satisfied with libraries 67 51

% satisfied with leisure facilities/services 58 44

See source pages for further details

Insight, Performance and Intelligence Service, Bristol City Council www.bristol.gov.uk/statistics


HEALTHY LIFESTYLES Quality of Life Survey 2018-19
WESTBURY-ON-TRYM & HENLEAZE
Significantly Better
% who say they are in good health Not Significantly Different
Significantly Worse

Westbury-on-
Trym & 93 84 Bristol
Henleaze

90 Bristol Average 84.0


%

70

50

St G Troopers Hill
Stoke Bishop

Hillfields
Bishopsworth
Bris East

St G Central
Hotwells & H'side

Easton

Bris West
Windmill Hill

Central
Southmead
Bedminster

Horfield

Knowle

Southville

Lawrence Hill
Frome Vale
Ashley

Stockwood

Hengrove & WhitPk

Henbury & Brentry


WoT & Henleaze

Filwood
St G West

Eastville
Redland
Clifton

Lockleaze

Hartcliffe & Wwood


Clifton Down

Cotham

B'ston & AshDown

Westbury-on-Trym & A'mouth & LW


Results from the Quality of Life survey 2018-19
Henleaze Bristol
% with illness or health condition which limits day-to-day activities 20 28
% above average mental wellbeing 11 8
% households where someone smokes regularly within the home 0 5
% who consume above recommended amount of sugar 63 68
% who do enough regular exercise each week (at least 150 mins moderate or 75 mins
76 66
vigorous exercise)
% overweight or obese 40 44
Public Health National Child Measurement Programme 2015/16 - 2017/18
% children in reception (4/5yr olds) who have excess weight 16.7 22.9

% children in year 6 (10/11yr olds) who have excess weight 18.3 34.2

See source pages for further details

Insight, Performance and Intelligence Service, Bristol City Council www.bristol.gov.uk/statistics


50
55
70
75
80

60
65
85
90
100

50
55
60
75
80
85

65
70
90
95
*
Hotwells & H'side Hotwells & H'side

Males
Central Clifton

Females
Cotham WoT & Henleaze
Clifton B'ston & AshDown
WoT & Henleaze Cotham

Bristol males
Redland Redland
Bristol females

Stoke Bishop Clifton Down


Three Year Averages

B'ston & AshDown Henbury & Brentry


Clifton Down Bishopsworth
Bris East Eastville
Ashley Knowle
Hengrove & WhitPk Frome Vale
St G Troopers Hill Central
Eastville Lawrence Hill
Westbury-on-Trym & Henleaze males
Westbury-on-Trym & Henleaze females

Frome Vale Bris West


A'mouth & LW Bris East
Knowle Hillfields
78.7

Horfield Ashley

Insight, Performance and Intelligence Service, Bristol City Council


Bris West Stoke Bishop

These figures are averages of a 3 year period. See source pages for further details
Bishopsworth Windmill Hill
82.6
82.8
WESTBURY-ON-TRYM & HENLEAZE

Hillfields St G West
Stockwood Hengrove & WhitPk
86.2

Henbury & Brentry A'mouth & LW


Windmill Hill
LIFE EXPECTANCY Public Health 2015-2017

Bedminster
Bedminster Horfield
Southmead Easton
Lockleaze Southville
St G West Stockwood
St G Central Lockleaze
Filwood St G Troopers Hill
Lawrence Hill Southmead

www.bristol.gov.uk/statistics
Southville Filwood
Due to the small numbers involved female life expectancy in Hotwells & Harbourside is calculated over 2013-2017.
Not Significantly Different
Significantly Worse
Significantly Better

Easton Hartcliffe & Wwood


Bristol Average 82.8

Bristol Average 78.7

Hartcliffe & Wwood St G Central


PREMATURE MORTALITYPublic Health 2015-2017
WESTBURY-ON-TRYM & HENLEAZE
Three Year Averages
All Causes
Directly age standardised rates for deaths in people aged under 75 Significantly Better
years, per 100,000 population Not Significantly Different
Significantly Worse

Westbury-on-
Trym & 200.7 379.8 Bristol
Henleaze

600
500
Bristol Average 379.8
400
Deaths

300
200
100
0

Hotwells & H'side


St G Central

Bedminster

Bris West
Henbury & Brentry

WoT & Henleaze


Hengrove & WhitPk

Eastville
St G West

Ashley

Stockwood
Knowle

Frome Vale
Hartcliffe & Wwood

Clifton
Filwood

Easton

Horfield

B'ston & AshDown

Redland
Central

Lockleaze

Hillfields

Cotham
A'mouth & LW

Bris East

Clifton Down
Southville

Southmead

Windmill Hill

Stoke Bishop
Bishopsworth
Lawrence Hill

St G Troopers Hill

Selected Causes
Directly age standardised rates for deaths in people
aged under 75 years, per 100,000 population Westbury-on-Trym &
Henleaze Bristol
Cancer 87.0 151.8

Cardiovascular Disease 39.7 80.3

Respiratory Disease 14.0 39.9

These figures are averages of a 3 year period. However, due to the small numbers involved figures for respiratory disease have been
calculated over the 5 year period 2013-2017. See source pages for further details

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CHILD POVERTY Children living in low income families 2016
This is the percentage of children living in low income families, mapped by small areas (called “Lower super
output areas” or LSOAs), with the new Bristol ward boundaries added on top. This data is not currently available
by the 2016 Bristol wards

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CRIME Crime and Policing 2018-19 Significantly Better
Not Significantly Different

WESTBURY-ON-TRYM & HENLEAZE Significantly Worse

Westbury-on-Trym &
Selected Offence Rates
(per 1,000 population) 2018-19 Henleaze Bristol

107.0
All Crime
39.1
Violent &
Burglary Sexual 6.1 12.9 7.8 39.0
Offences

Anti Social 7.8 32.4


Behaviour

500 All Crime Offence Rate (per 1,000 population) 2018-19


450
400
350
300
250
200 Bristol Average 107
150
100
50
0
Hengrove &…
Hartcliffe &…

Henbury & Brentry


Bris West

Bedminster

WoT & Henleaze


Stockwood
Frome Vale
Ashley

Knowle

B'ston & AshDown


Eastville

Lockleaze
Filwood

Easton

Clifton
Central

Bishopsworth

Hillfields

Cotham

Redland

St G West
Horfield

Southmead

Clifton Down

St G Troopers Hill
St G Central

A'mouth & LW

Bris East

Stoke Bishop
Southville
Lawrence Hill

Windmill Hill
Hotwells & H'side

Results from youth offending team - Rate of Offenders (per 1,000 10 -17 year olds) 2018-19

Youth
Offences 1.0 8.1

Westbury-on-Trym &
Results from the Quality of Life survey 2018-19 Henleaze Bristol
% who feel anti-social behaviour is a problem locally 11.5 35.3

% who feel safe outdoors after dark 83 64

% who have been a victim of crime in the last 12 months 13 14

Sources: 1. Selected Offence Rates 2018-19 from www.police.co.uk 2. Youth offending data from Youth Offending Team, Bristol City
Council 3. Quality of Life Survey from Bristol City Council
See source pages for further details

Insight, Performance and Intelligence Service, Bristol City Council www.bristol.gov.uk/statistics


EDUCATION Bristol City Council / Dept for Education 2018 & 2019
WESTBURY-ON-TRYM & HENLEAZE
Significantly Better
Significantly Worse
Attainment 8 - average achievement score
Not Significantly Different
Significantly High
Significantly Low

Westbury-on-
Trym & 62.9 44.9 Bristol
Henleaze

100

75
Bristol Average 44.9
Attainment 8 Score

50

25

Henbury & Brentry

Hartcliffe & Wwood


Stockwood

Bedminster
B'ston & AshDown

Knowle

Frome Vale
Bishopsworth
Clifton

Ashley
Clifton Down

St G West

Lockleaze
Easton

Filwood
Cotham

Bris East
Stoke Bishop
Bris West

Central
Redland

Horfield

Southmead
St G Troopers Hill
Southville

St G Central

Hillfields

A'mouth & LW
Windmill Hill

Lawrence Hill
Eastville
WoT & Henleaze

Hengrove & WhitPk


Hotwells & H'side

Education Indicators 2018 & 2019


Westbury-on-Trym Westbury-on-Trym
& Henleaze Bristol & Henleaze Bristol
Progress 8 - average progress
Free School Meals % (2019) 2.7 20.3 score (KS2 to KS4) across 8 0.8 -0.1
subjects (2018)
Early years pupils achieving a
Disadvantaged % (2018) 4.4 27.8 good level of development % 83.1 69.0
(2018)
KS2 reaching expected
Special Educational Needs
10.1 15.4 standard RWM combined % 87.3 62.9
% (2019)
(2018)

English as an Additional 6.8 20.9 4.5 7.3


Absence rate % (2018)
Language % (2019)

Source: Insight, Performance and Intelligence, Bristol City Council


See source pages for further details

Insight, Performance and Intelligence Service, Bristol City Council www.bristol.gov.uk/statistics


SOCIAL CARE Adult Social Care 2019
WESTBURY-ON-TRYM & HENLEAZE
Clients receiving a community based service aged Significantly Better
65+ (rate per 1000) Significantly Worse
Not Significantly Different
Significantly High
Significantly Low

Westbury-on-
Trym &
Henleaze
14.5 32.7 Bristol

100

80

60
Clients (per 1000)

Bristol Average 32.7


40

20

0
Hartcliffe & Wwood

Frome Vale

Lockleaze

Knowle

Clifton Down
Ashley

St G West

Bishopsworth

Clifton
St G Central

Bris East

Filwood

St G Troopers Hill
Lawrence Hill

Easton

Bedminster

Central

Cotham
Horfield

Hillfields
Southmead

A'mouth & LW

Southville

Stockwood

Bris West

Stoke Bishop
Windmill Hill

Redland

Hotwells & H'side


Hengrove & WhitPk
Eastville

Henbury & Brentry

B'ston & AshDown

WoT & Henleaze

Westbury-on-Trym
Social Care Indicators 2019
& Henleaze Bristol
Children in social care (rate per 1000) 6.5 26.5

Clients in Care Homes 65+ (rate per 1000) 41.5 22.8

Clients receiving a domestic care service aged 65+ (rate per 1000) 8.5 17.7

Clients receiving a community based service aged 18 - 64 (rate per 1000) 4.8 6.0

Results from the Quality of Life survey 2018-19


% who feel lonely because they don't see friends and family enough 0 4

% whose physical health prevents them from leaving their home when 8 9
they want to

See source pages for further details


Insight, Performance and Intelligence Service, Bristol City Council www.bristol.gov.uk/statistics
HOUSING 2011 CENSUS
WESTBURY-ON-TRYM & HENLEAZE
Significantly High
Tenure Not Significantly Different
Significantly Low
Westbury- Bristol
on-Trym &

82.1% 54.8% 5.7% 20.3% 12.2% 24.9%


6,593 100,093 458 37,083 984 45,571
Owned Social Rented Private & other rented

Accommodation Type

19.2% 5.9% 42% 26.3% 18.7% 33.4% 20.1% 34.4%


1,597 11,164 3,489 49,983 1,552 63,331 1,665 65,239
Detached Semi-Detached Terraced Flat

10K 2011 Houses 2011 Flats


8K
Household spaces

6K
4K
2K
0K
WoT & Henleaze

Southmead

St G Troopers Hill
Hillfields

St G West
Bedminster

Frome Vale

Horfield

Bris West
Clifton

Filwood
Easton

Redland

Lockleaze

Hotwells & H'side


Eastville

Bris East

B'ston & AshDown


Southville

Knowle
Ashley
Hartcliffe & Wwood
Hengrove & WhitPk

Central
St G Central

Clifton Down

Cotham

Bishopsworth
Henbury & Brentry

Stoke Bishop
Stockwood
A'mouth & LW

Lawrence Hill

Windmill Hill

Source: 2011 Census ONS Crown Copyright Reserved [from Nomis]


See source pages for further details

Insight, Performance and Intelligence Service, Bristol City Council www.bristol.gov.uk/statistics


HOUSEHOLD SIZE 2011 CENSUS
WESTBURY-ON-TRYM & HENLEAZE
Westbury-on-Trym & Significantly High
Henleaze Bristol Not Signifcantly Different

Significantly Low

1 bedroom or less 7.3% 16.5%

2 bedrooms 17% 27.9%

3 or more bedrooms 75.6% 55.4%

Overcrowded Households 1.2% 5.2%

3.3
Westbury-on-Trym &
Average bedrooms Henleaze
per household Bristol
2.6

Westbury-on-Trym & 2.4


Average household size Henleaze

(persons per household) Bristol

2.3

20 %
Overcrowded households
15 %
Households

10 %
Bristol Average 5.2%
5%

0%
Henbury & Brentry

Bris West
Bedminster

Hengrove & WhitPk

WoT & Henleaze


Hartcliffe & Wwood

Frome Vale

Stockwood
Ashley

Knowle

B'ston & AshDown


Clifton
Lockleaze

Eastville
Clifton Down
Easton

Filwood

St G West
Central

Cotham

Bishopsworth
Southmead
Hillfields

Horfield

St G Troopers Hill

Stoke Bishop
A'mouth & LW

St G Central

Redland
Bris East
Windmill Hill
Lawrence Hill

Southville

Hotwells & H'side

Source: 2011 Census ONS Crown Copyright Reserved [from Nomis]


See source pages for further details

Insight, Performance and Intelligence Service, Bristol City Council www.bristol.gov.uk/statistics


CAR AVAILABILITY 2011 CENSUS
WESTBURY-ON-TRYM & HENLEAZE

Car Availability
Car availability refers to the number of cars or vans that are owned, or available for use, by one or more
members of a household. This includes company cars and vans that are available for private use. It does not
include motorbikes or scooters. The count of cars or vans in an area relates only to households. Cars or vans
used by residents of communal establishments are not counted. Households with 10 or more cars or vans are
counted as having only 10.

Significantly High
Total Cars in the area 11,401 190,530
Not Significantly Different
Significantly Low Ave no. cars per household 1.42 1.04

No cars or vans in 1 car or van in 2 cars or vans in 3 cars or vans in 4 + cars or vans in
household household household household household
Westbury-on-

Henleaze
Trym &

13.1% 42.5% 36.2% 6.5% 1.7%

1052 Households 3418 Households 2911 Households 520 Households 134 Households
Bristol

28.9% 45.1% 20.7% 3.9% 1.3%

52814 Households 82483 Households 37858 Households 7172 Households 2420 Households

2
Average number of cars per household

Bristol Average 1.04


1

0
WoT & Henleaze

Hengrove & WhitPk


Stockwood

B'ston & AshDown

Henbury & Brentry

St G Troopers Hill
Bris West

Hillfields

Clifton
Southmead
Bishopsworth

Hotwells & H'side


Horfield

Windmill Hill
Cotham

Filwood
Bris East

A'mouth & LW

Eastville

Central
Stoke Bishop

Redland

Bedminster

St G Central

Easton
Southville

St G West

Ashley
Knowle

Lockleaze

Lawrence Hill
Clifton Down

Frome Vale

Hartcliffe & Wwood

Source: 2011 Census ONS Crown Copyright Reserved [from Nomis]


See source pages for further details

Insight, Performance and Intelligence Service, Bristol City Council www.bristol.gov.uk/statistics


ETHNICITY 2011 CENSUS
WESTBURY-ON-TRYM & HENLEAZE
Population by Ethnicity BME 7.7 %

0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100%

Westbury-on- Westbury-on- Significantly High


Trym & Trym &
Not Significantly Different
Henleaze Bristol Henleaze Bristol
Significantly Low
87.3 % 77.9 % White British 1% 0.9 % Chinese

0.9 % 0.9 % White Irish 1% 1% Other Asian

0% 0.1 % White Gypsy or Irish Traveller 0.4 % 2.8 % Black African

4% 5.1 % Other White 0.3 % 1.6 % Black Caribbean

2.3 % 3.6 % Mixed 0.3 % 1.6 % Other Black

1.3 % 1.5 % Indian 0.2 % 0.3 % Arab

0.4 % 1.6 % Pakistani 0.4 % 0.6 % Other ethnic group

0.1 % 0.5 % Bangladeshi Black and Minority Ethnic


7.7 % 16 %
Group Total

70%
60%
% population who belong to a
50% Black or Minority Ethnic group
40%
30%
20% Bristol Average 16%
10%
0%
St G Central
Eastville

Bedminster
Lockleaze

Stoke Bishop
Horfield

Cotham

Southville
Lawrence Hill

Clifton
Central
Easton

Hartcliffe & Wwood


St G West

Stockwood
Ashley

Frome Vale

Knowle

Bris East
Southmead

Windmill Hill

Clifton Down
Filwood
B'ston & AshDown

Redland

Bris West
Hillfields

WoT & Henleaze

Bishopsworth
Henbury & Brentry

St G Troopers Hill

A'mouth & LW

Hengrove & WhitPk


Hotwells & H'side

The population as a whole can be broken down into 18 different ethnic groups according to what tick box people
chose on the 2011 Census questionnaire.
The Somali population did not have a separately identified tick box on the 2011 Census questionnaire and so will be
included in both the ‘Black African’ and the ‘Other Black’ groups. The Mixed/Multiple Ethnic Groups have been
aggregated from four separately identified groups to one ‘Mixed’ group in the table above. The Black or Minority
Ethnic group (BME) population includes all ethnic groups with the exception of the White groups (i.e. White British,
White Irish, White Gypsy or Irish Traveller and Other White).
Source: 2011 Census ONS Crown Copyright Reserved [from Nomis]
See source pages for further details

Insight, Performance and Intelligence Service, Bristol City Council www.bristol.gov.uk/statistics


RELIGION, COUNTRY OF BIRTH AND LANGUAGE 2011 CENSUS
WESTBURY-ON-TRYM & HENLEAZE
Religion

0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100%
Westbury-on- Westbury-on- Significantly High
Trym & Trym &
Not Significantly Different
Henleaze Bristol Henleaze Bristol
Significantly Low
60.3 % 46.8 % Christian 0.1 % 0.5 % Sikh
0.4 % 0.6 % Buddhist 0.4 % 0.7 % Other religions
0.8 % 0.6 % Hindu 28.6 % 37.4 % No religion
0.3 % 0.2 % Jewish 7.9 % 8.1 % Religion not stated
1.1 % 5.1 % Muslim

Westbury-on-
Trym & Main Language
Henleaze Bristol
Born
outside
the UK
11% 14.7% Not English English

Westbury-on-
Top 3 countries of birth outside of the UK Trym & Henleaze Bristol
100%
4.5% 8.5%
200 90%

80%

70%
157
60%
people

128 50%
112
40%

30%

20%

0 10%
95.5% 91.5%
Ireland India Other EU
accession
0%
countries

Source: 2011 Census ONS Crown Copyright Reserved [from Nomis]


See source pages for further details

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MAPPING TOOLS
Bristol City Council provides a number of web-based tools which are designed to provide users with access to maps and
spatial information quickly and easily. The main tools are described below, and will be updated to show the new Bristol City
Council wards for May 2016.

Pinpoint
http://maps.bristol.gov.uk/pinpoint/
Pinpoint is designed to help members of the public locate local information on the most convenient services from a specific
location, such as the nearest library to your home or work address. Details such as opening times and contact numbers are
also displayed when clicking on a location. Local information is organised under the following themes: community and
safety, education, environment and planning, health and adult care, housing and property, leisure and culture, sport and
transport and streets. In addition to local information, there is information on council assets and the historic environment.

Pinpoint also includes the following area boundaries: Polling Districts, Wards, Parliamentary Constituencies, Lower Layer Super
Output Areas and Census Output Areas

My Neighbourhood
https://www.bristol.gov.uk/my-neighbourhood-search
My Neighbourhood includes links to relevant statistical data, and information about planning applications, waste collections,
political representation etc in your area, all summarised in a single view. Plus a "find my nearest" search to find the closest of
a range of facilities to any given address.

Know Your Place


https://www.bristol.gov.uk/planning-and-building-regulations/know-your-place
Know Your Place provides access to a variety of historic maps that cover the administrative area of the City of Bristol. The
majority of the maps have been scanned from original archives held at Bristol Record Office (BRO). Because these are scans
taken from the original archives you will see damage to the maps in some places including tears and stains and even some
areas where people have tried to repair the map. You will also notice variations in the colour of the maps because they have
been digitally stitched together from individual sheets. We hope this adds to the historic character of the website and doesn’t
detract from your enjoyment in browsing these maps. The scanned images have been overlain on Modern Ordnance Survey
Mastermap digital mapping and contextual layers. Including the historical environment records, picture, postcard and photo
collections, public contributions and points of interest.

Bristol ArcGIS Online Maps


Bristol ArcGIS Online Maps http://bcc.maps.arcgis.com/home/index.html
A collection of online maps, map apps and story maps.

Open Data Bristol


https://opendata.bristol.gov.uk/pages/tools/
A site for using, sharing and visualising open data in Bristol. Under the 'Tools' page you can find
the ability to create maps using one or more sets of data that relate to the Bristol area.

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BACKGROUND AND SOURCES
This Ward Profile tool is produced by the Strategic Intelligence and Performance Team, part of the Insight, Performance &
Intelligence Service in Bristol City Council. Unless noted otherwise, all data and reports below are collated, analysed and
produced by Insight, Performance & Intelligence in Bristol City Council.
See www.bristol.gov.uk/statistics. If any further queries, please email: research@bristol.gov.uk

The Ward Profile tool and reports are part of the overall Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) process. They provide a
local ward-based focus on the data produced for the annual JSNA data profile. The Ward Profiles can also be used in
their own right. For further information on the JSNA, including the JSNA data profile and Chapters, see
www.bristol.gov.uk/jsna

Open Data Bristol A new Open Data platform for Bristol which includes hundreds of downloadable datasets and a number
of Dashboards including Quality of Life in Bristol, Air Quality and Council Elections. Most of the data has been published by
Bristol City Council, based on the services it provides, but data is also welcome from other organisations and companies in
the city. It can be found at https://opendata.bristol.gov.uk

The data can be viewed, used and re-used, subject to the associated licence terms, with the ability to build maps and

New wards All data in these Ward Profiles is presented for the ward boundaries that came into effect in May 2016. Where
there are links to other topic reports and web-pages, a few reports may still refer to the “old” Bristol wards.

Calculation of ratings the ratings use a combination of; statistical tests ("t tests"), standard deviation and confidence
intervals to assess whether the differences between wards and the Bristol average is likely to be “statistically significant”.
Different wards and data-sets have different size confidence intervals, so trigger points for the colour ratings will vary.

Data release periods The Ward Profiles are updated annually and contain annual data. However, each dataset updates
at a different time of the year. This means the data profiles may not always align exactly to other reports, as publication
dates may differ.

Each page states the time period that the data is covering for that topic. Where possible, the Ward Profiles will be
published at least twice a year in future, to use the most recently available data for each topic page.

Sources
Population estimates Small Area Population Estimates produced by the Office for National Statistics. Mid-2017 population
estimates, released in October 2018. Further details for Bristol overall is in: The Population of Bristol at

Deprivation The Indices of Multiple Deprivation 2015 combine a number of indicators, covering a range of economic,
social, environmental and housing issues, into a single deprivation score for each small area (Lower Super Output Area,
LSOA) in England. The full report: Deprivation in Bristol 2015 is at www.bristol.gov.uk/deprivation

Quality of Life The Quality of Life (QoL) survey is an annual snapshot of the quality of life in Bristol, including community
cohesion, crime, health, sustainability and satisfaction with services. It is the council's main tool for providing
neighbourhood level statistics and public perception information. The 2 pages here are the Priority Indicators from Quality
of Life 2018-19. The report and further indicators are at www.bristol.gov.uk/qol

Crime Avon and Somerset Police provide statistics on Offences in Bristol – Source: www.police.uk (extracted end of March
2019). This is new data, covers 2018-19. Further notes:

 These data are unaudited figures extracted from a live police dataset. Owing to the ongoing nature of police
investigations the information is subject to change and may differ from subsequent national crime statistics, which are
quality assured by statisticians. The data only includes incidents where exact location of the offence has been
recorded. The crime rate per 1,000 has been calculated using offence location and population estimates provided by

 Only a selection of crime categories are shown here - a full list is available at www.police.uk .

 Youth Offending data has been provided by the Youth Offending Team, Bristol City Council. This is the number of
offenders (10-17 year olds) who commited an offence during 2018-19 whilst living in that ward at the time, as a rate per
1,000 of the 10-17 years population in that ward.

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FURTHER SOURCES
Education
The figures are based on all children in Bristol local authority maintained schools (including Academies but not
Independent schools). The Bristol total will include pupils who live outside the area, but the ward figures will not.
 Attainment 8 and Progress 8 are new measures from the Department for Education(DfE)for pupils at the end of Key
Stage 4 (age 16), and are new ways to measure overall GCSE performance and to encourage students to take at least
8 qualifications. Attainment 8 is a student’s average achievement across 8 subjects, with extra weighting given to
Maths and English. Although it is not compulsory to take eight subjects, failing to do so will reduce a pupil’s Attainment
8 score. Progress 8 is a new value added measure which compares how well a student does when compared to other
pupils with the same prior attainment at the end of Key Stage 2. Note - DfE formal explanation of Progress 8 and
Attainment 8 is at:
https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/783865/Secondar
y_accountability_measures_guidance.pdf
 The primary indicator for pupils at end of Key Stage 2 (leaving primary school) is now "% Key Stage 2 pupils achieving
the expected standard in reading, writing and maths". This is slightly different to the previous indicator.
 Education attainment data for 2018 (for Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 4 pupils) is from the Dept for Education "Key to
Success" secure website, processed via Bristol City Council, and ward data is based on pupil home address. Further
information by school can be found at the Department for Education website www.compare-school-
performance.service.gov.uk
 Early Years pupils achieving a good level of development (Source: School statutory submissions for Assessments at end
of Reception Year, 2018).
 Free School Meals is pupils “eligible for free school meals on the day of the School Census” (Source: January 2019
School Census).
 Disadvantaged is pupils who have “ever been Looked After / In Care, been adopted or been eligible for free school
meals at any point in the last 6 years” (Source: Jan 2018 School Census, updated at end of the school year with
Department for Education data on looked after children (in care)).
 Special Educational Needs is all levels of special educational need, all incidents (Source: Jan 2019 School Census).
 English as Additional Language (Source: January 2019 School Census).
 Absence - Absence rates based on sessions missed (a session equals half a day) (Source: all three 2018 School
Censuses (Jan, May & Oct) combined, to give an average for the 2017-18 school year).

Child Poverty
The exact definition for this indicator is “Children living in low income families”. It is the percentage of children under 16 in
families that are either in receipt of out-of-work benefits or of tax credits with an income less than 60% of the national
median income, and is provided here at Lower Super Output Area (LSOA). Source: Benefits and Credits, HMRC
(published 6th December 2018)
Health and wellbeing
For further information see the "Health and Wellbeing in Bristol 2018 (JSNA data profile)" , suite of JSNA Chapters and links
to relevant national data profiles all via the Bristol JSNA website at www.bristol.gov.uk/joint-strategic-needs-assessment

Healthy Lifestyles
Data from the Bristol Quality of Life Survey 2018-19 and the Public Health National Child Measurement Programme 2015/16
- 2017/2018 (calculated by Public Health Knowledge Service, Bristol City Council)

Life Expectancy & Premature Mortality


Calculated by Public Health Knowledge Service, Bristol City Council

Social Care
Children and Adult Social Care data provided by Insight, Performance and Intelligence at Bristol City Council, plus Quality
of Life Survey 2018-19.

 Community Based Service: refers to any service that is not a residential care or nursing home, eg Domestic (or Home)
Care, Shared Lives, Extra Care Housing, Community Support Services, "meals on wheels" etc
 Clients in Care Homes: refers to clients (65 and over) in either a residential care home or a nursing care home.
 Children in Social Care: refers to children allocated to a social worker for any reason, also including “Children in care”
or on the Child Protection register (as a rate per 1,000 of the ward child population under 16). For “children in care” it
uses; children in need, child protection and looked after children.

Housing, Household size, Car Availability, Method of travel, Ethnicity, and Country of birth
From the 2011 Census produced by the Office for National Statistics, extracted from NOMIS web site:
www.nomisweb.co.uk/. Further details at www.bristol.gov.uk/census

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WARD NAMES
Key to short versions of ward names used in charts

Ashley Ashley
A'mouth & LW Avonmouth & Lawrence Weston
Bedminster Bedminster
B'ston & AshDown Bishopston & Ashley Down
Bishopsworth Bishopsworth
Bris East Brislington East
Bris West Brislington West
Central Central
Clifton Clifton
Clifton Down Clifton Down
Cotham Cotham
Easton Easton
Eastville Eastville
Filwood Filwood
Frome Vale Frome Vale
Hartcliffe & Wwood Hartcliffe & Withywood
Henbury & Brentry Henbury & Brentry
Hengrove & WhitPk Hengrove & Whitchurch Park
Hillfields Hillfields
Horfield Horfield
Hotwells & H'side Hotwells & Harbourside
Knowle Knowle
Lawrence Hill Lawrence Hill
Lockleaze Lockleaze
Redland Redland
St G Central St George Central
St G Troopers Hill St George Troopers Hill
St G West St George West
Southmead Southmead
Southville Southville
Stockwood Stockwood
Stoke Bishop Stoke Bishop
WoT & Henleaze Westbury-on-Trym & Henleaze
Windmill Hill Windmill Hill

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BRISTOL WARD MAP

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