Who lives in your neighbourhood?
Young, hard-working families, students or aging couples enjoying their retirement?
Using Census data, the Office for National Statistics has examined 60 different criteria about the people who live in each community in Huddersfield and beyond to put each area into one of 76 categories.
Are you a multicultural metropolitan, a suburbanite or a city dweller?
Enter your postcode into our special tool to see who you are:
Maybe where you live could be best defined as deprived blue-collar terraces or an urban cultural mix, or perhaps it is full of rural workers and families or maybe multi-ethnic professionals with families.
Among the things taken into consideration are age, ethnicity, the type of home people live in, education and employment - all to find the areas where you are more likely to find young families living in terraces, or tech workers, or retired people in semi-detached homes.
The most common types of neighbourhoods nationally are White Suburban Communities, which make up 4.2% of the UK, followed by Self-Sufficient Retirement at 3.7%.
Semi-Detached Aging and White Professionals both make up 3.5% of the UK’s neighbourhoods.