Hendon Facts and Figures
Key Facts, Figures and Statistics
The East End and Hendon contains around 10400 residents, 4000
The area borders the City Centre, runs along the river from The Port
on the coast into Grangetown. It is a mixed area of new housing alongside areas
deprivation. The area has seen a lot of changes in recent years, still
suffers from high crime and high unemployment plus a lack of facilities
but also has a reputation for working together as a community; the
recent £54m Back on the Map project is very welcome example
of the community working together to tackle problems.
City Council Statistics
The Council has a broad range of regularly updated statistics. Lots of
the information the Council produces has specific data on Hendon and the
East End. The Council also produce City wide and Tyne and Wear statistics.
Council statistics, | Business
Land and Developments, Census, | Education, | Employment
Statistics, | House
building, | Indices
of Deprivation 2000, Population, Road
Casualty Statistics, | Sunderland
Fact Card 2002, | Tyne
and Wear Fact Card 2002, | Unemployment
Office of National Statistics
The ONS produce a very useful series
of Neighbourhood statistics on Council Wards. Click on the link and
click on the NE region on the map then enter Sunderland and you can
key population, employment and other statistics for the City's Wards
including the Hendon Ward.
of National Statistics
Travel in the City
This City Council site contains news and information on road works,
bus and metro travel and a lot more including travel locally.
in the City
Articles by Local Residents
This part of the site
contains articles, poems and stories written by local residents.
Eastwise contains a wealth of local stories and articles.
It is an invaluable source of news on The East End and Hendon. Eastwise
delighted to accept articles from any local resident.
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