Bradford

Bradford Generic picture - local photo yet to be supplied by the Council
 

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Bradford

 

Location: Yorkshire and the Humber

Population: 534,300 (2016)

Interesting fact: In 1642 Civil war between King and Paliament came to the area. Bradford supported the Parliament but they were on there own as the surounding towns were for the King. They tried to take Bradford twice but the towns people drove them off (the towns people hung sacks of wool round the church to save it from cannon Fire)

 

Bradford

Bradford is a member of the Rural Services Network and falls
under the branch of our service called the Rural Assembly.
A list of all the Rural Assembly members can be found here.

 


Bradford Information

Phone number
01274 431000
Website
www.bradford.gov.uk
Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs)
Leeds City Region
Frequency of elections
Elections are by thirds
Number of councillors
90
Political composition
Labour - 49
Conservative Party - 21
Liberal Democrats - 10
Green Party - 3
Independents - 3
The Independents - 2
Queensbury Independents - 2
MPs
Bradford East - Imran Hussain (Labour)
Bradford South - Judith Cummins (Labour)
Bradford West - Naz Shah (Labour)
Keighley - Kris Hopkins (Conservative)
Shipley - Philip Andrew Davies (Conservative)
Decision making structure
Leader and a Cabinet
Population change
Population change
One Year Population Change
+ 0.6%
Ten Year Population Change
+ 8.1%
Police Authority
West Yorkshire Police Authority
Fire Service
West Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service
Health Authority
NHS Yorkshire & the Humber
Area
37,037 Hectares
Rural Output Areas
115 rural OAs from 1528 OAs in total
Audited by
Northern Region (Audit Commission)
Rural Classification (Defra)
Urban with Major Conurbation
Population by Area- (Density)
14.43 people per hectare
Number of Parishes
17
Number of Parish Meetings
1
Number of Parish Councils
12
Number of Town Councils
5
Average house price
£125,000 (Median price paid by local authority, year ending Q4-2015 - provided by UK HPI data published by Land Registry © Crown copyright 2016)
Outsourced Services
Information yet to be supplied
Average age of population
36.2 (2011 Census data)
Main Towns
Bingley, Bradford, Denholme, Ilkley, Haworth, Keighley, Shipley, Silsden
Unemployment rate
1.9% (JSA claimants for August 2017)
Current Council Tax
(amount reported is the amount received by the Council - no other services are included)
2014/2015 Council Tax - £1,133.97
2015/2016 Council Tax - £1,152.11
2016/2017 Council Tax - £1,175.04
2017/2018 Council Tax - £1,257.86

Percentage of households socially rented from council or local authority
5.9% (2011 Census data)
Percentage of population who have reported they are in very good health
44.8% (2011 Census data)
Percentage of population which provides unpaid care
9.8% (2011 Census data)
Employment by Occupation
Percentage of people aged 16 and over who are in Social Major Group 1-3
35.8% (ONS annual population survey - April 15-March 16)
Average annual wage for full time employees
  1. 2014 Workplaced Based Median - £23,530
    2015 Workplaced Based Median - £23,976
  2. 2014 Workplaced Based Mean - £27,125
    2015 Workplaced Based Mean - £28,521
  3. 2014 Resident Based Median - £23,242
    2015 Resident Based Median - £23,464
  4. 2014 Resident Based Mean - £27,031
    2015 Resident Based Mean - £28,447
Percentage of those employed in full time employment
34.3% (2011 Census data)
Cars or vans owned per household
(2011 Census data)
No cars or vans - 30.5%
1 car or van - 43.0%
2 cars or vans - 21.3%
3 cars or vans - 4.0%
4 or more cars and vans - 1.2%
Local Newspapers
Information yet to be supplied
National Park/AONBs
None

2015 English Indices of Deprivation analysis toolDeprivation

(Produced by Oxfordshire County Council)

The Research & Intelligence Unit of Oxfordshire County Council have produced an interactive tool that present the 2015 English Indices of Deprivation on a map of England to make it easier to explore the data for your areas of interest, and have kindly made this tool available to members of the Rural Services Network.

The analysis works through your web browser, and can be accessed for Bradford here

(All factual information on these pages is updated annually by the RSN)
(Information given via links will however be updated as new information becomes available)