Denton, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Coordinates: 54°59′46″N 1°42′54″W / 54.996°N 1.715°W / 54.996; -1.715

Denton
Denton is located in Tyne and Wear
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Denton is an electoral ward of Newcastle upon Tyne in North East England. The ward encompasses the Chapel House and West Denton housing areas. The population of the ward is 10,857, 4.2% of the total population of Newcastle upon Tyne. Car ownership in the area is 56.6%, slightly higher than the city average of 54.7%.

Education[edit]

There are six schools within the ward All Saints College, Beech Hill Primary, West Denton Primary, St John Vianney RC Primary, Thomas Bewick Special School, and the Linhope Pupil Referral Unit.

This ward has many green and open spaces at All Saints College, West Denton Association, Barbondale Lonnen, Talbot Green, and Westerhope Park, as well as other small areas of open space. There are a number of small play areas in the ward. There is also the Outer West pool and library which under Newcastle City Council reviews in 2012/2013 might close in 2013.[1]

Ward boundary[edit]

The boundary starts at the A1/Stamfordham Road roundabout and heads northwest along Stamfordham Road. It heads south along Glantlees, turns west along the rear of Fairspring and moves north excluding the Greenfield Avenue properties. The boundary heads westerly along West Avenue to the junction with Rogerson Terrace. It then turns south and runs along the cycle track to All Saints College. From All Saints, the boundary follows the playing fields to Hillhead Road to the junction with Hillhead Parkway. It incorporates land to the south of Hillhead Parkway. The boundary then heads west to the rear of the church and on to the rear of Frenton Close. It follows the rear of the properties on Clifton Walk until reaching North Walbottle wagonway. It then follows the wagonway south incorporating the Walbottle Year 7 Annexe until reaching the A69 where it heads east until reaching the A1 Western By-pass. From here the boundary heads along the A1 back to the Stamfordham Road roundabout.

Charts and tables[edit]

Age group Number
Under 16 1,110
16-24 1,029
25-44 2,863
45-64 2,535
65-74 1,330
75+ 984
Ethnicity Number  %
White 10,650 98.3
Afro-Caribbean 27 0.2
South Asian 105 1
Chinese 17 0.2
Other 40 0.4

The ward has 4,798 housing spaces of which 2.7% are vacant this is nearly half of the city average of 5.3%. Owner occupied property stands at 60.8% higher than the city average of 53.3%. The properties are as follows.

Property type Number  %
Detached 270 5.6
Semi-detached 2,164 45.2
Terraced 1,474 30.8
Flats 884 18.4
Other 0 0

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.journallive.co.uk/north-east-news/todays-news/2012/11/14/newcastle-swimming-pools-closure-plans-are-threat-to-olympic-legacy-61634-32227997/

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