Ward Profiles

Bradford District Ward profiles

There are 30 wards in Bradford District which range from the more rural less densely populated wards like Wharfedale and Worth Valley  in the north and west of the District to the more urban densely populated wards like City and Little Horton in the inner city.

 

Key messages

* City ward has the highest population total with 24,260 people and Wharfedale has the lowest population total with 11,850 people

* Bradford District has 1.9% of empty homes and 6.2% of homes which are overcrowded. City ward has the highest percentage of empty homes (4.2%) and Baildon ward has the lowest percentage (0.7%). Manningham ward has the highest percentage of overcrowded homes (17.8%) and Wharfedale ward has the lowest percentage (1.2%)

* Life expectancy in Bradford District is 81.5 years for females and 77.5 years for males. Keighley Central ward has the lowest life expectancy for females (76.8 years) and Wharfedale ward has the highest life expectancy for females 85.3 years). Manningham has the lowest life expectancy for males (72.3 years) and Wharfedale has the highest life expectancy for males (84.7 years)

* Bradford District has 12 wards which were identified as being within the 10% deprived in England, according to the Index of Multiple Deprivation 2015 - Manningham, Bowling & Barkerend, Little Horton, Bradford Moor, Tong, Keighley Central, Toller, City, Great Horton, Eccleshill, Bolton & Undercliffe and Royds. Ilkley ward and Wharfedale ward are within the 10% least deprived wards in England.

 

External links

* The Office for National Statistics (ONS) published the Indices of Deprivation on 25th September 2015 https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/english-indices-of-deprivation-2015

 

* Nomis publish ward profiles - mostly based on the 2011 Census data https://www.nomisweb.co.uk/reports/lmp/ward2011/1946157124/report.aspx