LS variable metadata
Variable: CLUSTCD9
Table: CLLA91
Short description: County district cluster code
Full description: County districts have been allocated to 1 of 34 types of cluster within Great Britain.
Coding notes: ONS 1996 VALUES:
1) Highlands and Islands
2) Uplands and Agriculture
3) Remoter England and Wales
4) Towns in Country
5) Heritage Coast
6) Established Service Centres
7) Accessible Amenity
8) Satellite Towns
9) Industrial Margins
10) Areas with Inner City Characteristics
11) Cosmopolitan Outer Boroughs
12) Coastal Industry
13) Glasgow and Dundee
14) Concentrations of Public Sector Housing
15) University Towns
16) Scottish Towns
17) New and Expanding Towns
18) Mining and Industry (England)
19) Traditional Seaside Towns
20) Smaller Seaside Towns
21) Growth Corridors
22) Areas with transient Populations
23) Concentrations of Prosperity
24) Established High Status
25) Central London
26) Inner-City Boroughs
27) Newham and Tower Hamlets
28) Suburbs
29) Metropolitan Overspill
30) Pennine Towers
31) Areas with larger Ethnic Minorities
32) Market Towns
33) Mining and Services (Wales)
34) Former Mining Areas (Wales and Durham)
Notes: For further details see Wallace M, Charlton J and Denham C (1995) The new OPCS area classifications , Population Trends, no. 79, pp. 15-30 and SMPS No 59 'A socio-economic classification of local and health authorities of Great Britain'.
Units of measurement:  
Source: These area classifications are derived from 1991 Census data.
Former name of variable:  
Derived: Y
Derivation: Not available
Date range:  
Keyword: Small-area Area-classification
Classification: CLUST91 
Comparable variables for other individuals:  
Comparable variables for other times:  
Restricted: N
Data type: Text
Length of field: 2