Lelant village in the 2001 census
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Lelant village was not an area which the census data identified: the smallest area was the local
council ward of Lelant-and-Carbis-Bay. However, three output areas in the census make up an area
which is approximately Lelant village and the data from them gives a snapshot of the village in 2001.
I have extracted some of the data from the output areas and aggregated it and this is the source of
the data here. Lelant village in this article refers to the aggregate of the three census output
areas 15UFFY0001, 15UFFY0007, and 15UFFY0009.
The information is given in percentage figures usually to the nearest whole unless expressly identified
as a number.
There were 866 people and 388 households in the three output areas. The base numbers for the
various categories from which I derived the percentages are not necessarily identical with these
two numbers.
Sex of the population
Male 48 percent of the population
Female 52
Age of the population
0-9 7 percent of the population
10-19 7
20-44 19
45-64 35
65 and over 31
Number of people in a household
One person households 26 percent of households
Two 49
Three 12
Four 9
Five 3
More than five 2
Types of household
Married couple 57 percent of households
Cohabiting couple 7
Lone parent 7
One person household 26
Multi-person household 3
One person pensioner households 19 percent of all households
Marital status
These figures include children
Never married 29 percent of the population
First marriage 41
Remarried 11
Separated but married 2
Divorced 6
Widowed 11
Household general data
Average number of people per household 2.16 (number)
Average number of rooms per household 6.27 (number)
Households without central heating 14 percent of households
Households without the sole use of lavatory and shower/bathroom 0 (nil) percent of households
Households with central heating and the sole use of lavatory and shower/bathroom 85 percent of households
Central heating means in some or all rooms and includes night storage heaters.
Rooms exclude lavatories, bathrooms, halls, etc.
Fulltime students
This means schoolchildren and students of any age in fulltime education
20 (number)
Household tenure
Owned 87 percent of households
Rented 11
Rent free 2
Owned outright 55 percent of households
Owned with a mortgage or loan 31
Shared ownership 0.8
Social rented (council houses) 0
Private rented from a private landlord
as a number.tyle='height:12.75pt;mso-ignore:colspan'>or letting agency 9
Private rented from an employer 0
Private rented from a relative or friend 2
Private rented: other 0.8
Living rent free 2
Christian 76 percent of the population
Buddhist 0.7
Muslim 0
Jewish 0
Sikh 0
Any other religion 0.3
No religion 15
Religion not stated 7
The qualifications are divided into 4 levels:
1 O level, CSE, GCSE, NVQ 1 etc
2 five or more O levels, five or more GCSE at A-C level, five or more CSE at grade 1,
one A level, NVQ level 2 , Intermediate GNVQ, etc
3 two or more A levels, NVQ level 3, Advanced GNVQ, etc
4/5 first or higher degree, NVQ level 4 and 5, HNC, HND, qualified midwife, etc
No qualifications 23 percent of the population
Level 1 15
Level 2 23
Level 3 7
Level 4/5 23
Other qualifications 10
(level unknown)
Social class
This divides people into five groups based on occupation:
AB professional
C1 supervisory, clerical, junior administrative, etc
C2 skilled manual
D semi-skilled and unskilled
E on state benefits, unemployed, lowest grade workers
AB 25 percent of the population
C1 34
C2 15
D 9
E 17
Ethnic group
White British 96 percent of the population
Other white 3
All other 1
This item looks at people in work or looking for work in census week
Employees 203 (number)
Self-employed 118 (number)
56 percent of all employees and self-employed people are male, 44 percent female
75 percent of the relevant females are employees and 25 percent self-employed
54 percent of the relevant males are employees and 46 percent self-employed
Cars and vans
The figures are for households
No car or van 12 percent of households
One car or van 49
Two cars or vans 32
Three cars or vans 6
No household has more than three
All cars and vans in Lelant 511 (number)
Lelant is in lower layer super output area E01018985.