1971 Census Appendix 26

Ward Cluster Codes (Craig-Webber Classification)

 

Family 1: Areas of young and growing population

 

1  

New Towns

2  

Planned developments, smaller town

3  

Very new council housing

4  

Modern, low cost owner occupier housing

5  

Not owner occupied housing in areas of growth

6  

Modern high status housing, young families

7  

Military bases

 

Family 2: Areas of older settlement

 

8  

Edwardian development

9  

Older industrial settlements with low stress

10  

Market town

11  

Inner areas with low quality older housing

12  

Poor quality housing in areas of economic decline

 

Family 3: Rural areas

 

13  

Villages with some non-agricultural employment

14  

Rural areas with large land holdings

15  

Rural areas with small land holdings

 

Family 4: Urban council estates

 

16  

Overspill estates

17  

Local authority housing in Scotland and North East

18  

Urban local authority estates with good job opportunities

19  

Mining areas

20  

Inter-war local authority housing

21  

Inner city council estates

22  

Areas of local authority housing with single people

 

Family 5: Areas in Scotland suffering from acute social disadvantage

 

23  

Clydeside peripheral estates

24  

Clydeside inner areas

 

Family 6: Areas of multi-occupancy, students and immigrants

 

25  

Inner London

26  

Multi-occupied inner London

27  

Multi-occupied and immigrant areas

28  

Student areas and high status central London

29  

High status rooming-house areas

 

Family 7: Areas of established high status and resorts

 

30  

Modern high status areas

31  

Mock Tudor areas

32  

Established high status suburban areas

33  

Rural established high status areas

34  

Very high status areas

35  

Residential retirement

36  

Seaside and retirement