Local Government District Information for Belfast LGD (95GG)Profile last updated September 2011.
This page provides information on residents in Belfast LGD. Click on theme titles below to obtain an area profile for that subject. The datasets used are shown below in each section and are actively linked to the Data Catalogue spreadsheets. Click on the blue tabs at the top to see results for other geographical levels.
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Belfast LGD falls within the Belfast Health and Social Care Trust and the Belfast Education and Library Board.
The Inter-Departmental Urban-Rural Definition Group have classified each settlement in Northern Ireland into one of eight bands (A-H). Bands A-E can be defined as urban and Bands F-H as rural and Census 2001 key statistics were produced for those settlements with over 500 people. In Belfast LGD 100.0% of the population in 2010 lived in urban Super Output Areas and 0.0% lived in rural Super Output Areas, based on the Super Output Area Urban-Rural Classification in 2005.1Datasets used: 1Statistical Classification and Delineation of Settlements Report 2005; KS01 Usually Resident Statistics for Settlements (NISRA Census); Population Estimates 2010.
On Census Day 29th April 2001 the resident population of Belfast LGD was 277391. Of this population:
To view Interactive Maps of Census 2001 demographic data for all of Northern Ireland at Local Government District level click on the links below:
- 21.7% were under 16 years old and 19.7% were aged 60 and over;
- 46.8% of the population were male and 53.2% were female;
- 47.2% were from a Catholic community background and 48.6% were from a 'Protestant and Other Christian (including Christian related)' community background;
- 41.3% of persons aged 16 and over were single (never married);
- 36.6 years was the average age of the population; and
- the population density was 24.15 persons per hectare.
The estimated population of Belfast LGD at 30 June 2010 was 268745, a decrease of 0.1% on the 2009 population of 268398 and -3.0% on the 2001 mid-year population estimate of 277170.
In 2021 the population of Belfast LGD is projected to be 249834 persons - this is based on the 2006 mid-year estimates of the population.
A number of data sources can be used to indicate the level of migration. In Belfast LGD there were:
1A work permit relates to a specific person and a specific job. The work permit scheme lets UK employers recruit or transfer people from outside the European Economic Area, while still protecting the interests of resident workers in the UK.
- 3331 Health Card Registrations from Non-UK Nationals in 2010;
- 385 Home Office Work Permits issued in 2008/09;1
- 565 A8 Nationals Registrations on the Worker Registration Scheme in 2009/10;2
- 6600 Estimated A8 Nationals stock population, equal to 2.5% of the total population in 2009;3
- 295 Migrant Workers estimated to have made Social Housing Applications in 2008/09;
- 923 Primary Pupils Newcomers in the 2010/11 School Census; and
- 394 Post-Primary Pupils Newcomers in the 2010/11 School Census.
2The Worker Registration Scheme, managed by the Home Office, is used to formally register migrant workers from the eight Central and Eastern European countries (referred to as the A8 countries) that joined the European Union in May 2004. The A8 countries are the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia).
3Data has been rounded to the nearest 100.
Datasets used: KS01 Usually Resident Population, KS02 Age Structure, KS04 Marital Status, KS07b Community Background (NISRA Census), Population Estimate 2010, Population Projection 2021 (NISRA Demography), Non UK Nationals Health Card Registrations 2008 (Central Services Agency), Work Permits 2008/09, A8 Nationals Registrations on Worker Registration Scheme 2009/10 (Home Office), A8 Nationals Stock Population Estimate 2009,Migrant Workers Social Housing Applications Estimate 2008/09,Pupils Newcomers 2010/11 (Department of Education).
In Belfast LGD there were 3860 resident births registered in 2009. Of these, 1947 were male births and 1913 were female births and 57.8% births were to unmarried mothers. The median age of mothers of new-born babies in 2009 was 28 and of fathers was 31. The teenage birth rate per 1,000 of females aged 13 to 19 was 22.2.
To view an Interactive Map of Teenage Birth Rate data click on the link below:
The Total Period Fertility Rate (TPFR) is the average number of children a woman would have in her lifetime if she experienced, throughout her childbearing years, the fertility rates of the calendar years in question. In western countries a TPFR of 2.1 is required to maintain long-term population levels, assuming no migration. The TPFR in 2007-2009 for Belfast LGD was 1.90.
In total 2739 deaths were registered in 2009 in Belfast LGD, of these 1050 ( 38.3%) were under 75 years old. The median age at death was 78.
The Standardised Mortality Ratio is a method of comparing mortality in different populations, while allowing for differences in the age structure of these populations. The Northern Ireland rate is set equal to 100 and a value greater than 100 indicates above average mortality. In Belfast LGD the Standardised Mortality Ratio from 2007-2009 for all ages was 118.0.
There were 1246 marriages registered in 2009 in Belfast LGD, 36.9% of which were at a Registrar's Office or another approved venue. The average age of the bride and groom was 32 and 34 respectively. The percentage of couples where neither partner was previously married was 78.0% and the percentage of couples who were living at same address before marriage was 60.0%.
In 2009 there were 615 new divorcees living in Belfast LGD, 323 of which were male and 292 were female. Divorce statistics have been compiled from returns of 'decrees made Absolute' and include nullities of marriage.
Datasets used:Births 2009, Median Age of Parents 2009, Total Period Fertility Rates 1999-2009, Deaths 2009, Median Age at Death 2009, Marriages 2009, Divorcees 2009 (NISRA Demography).
Crime and Justice
There were a total of 29835 offences recorded in Belfast LGD in 2010/11 , 1110.2 per 10,000 of the population. The number and rates per 10,000 population by type of crime are shown below:
To view an Interactive Map of Notifiable Offences recorded data click on the link below:
- Violent Crimes (offences against the person) - 8007 offences recorded, rate of 297.9 per 10,000 population.
- Burglary - 3403 offences recorded, rate of 126.6 per 10,000 population;
- Vehicle offences (including Theft) - 2615 offences recorded, rate of 97.3 per 10,000 population;
- Theft (Other) - 5675 offences recorded, rate of 211.2 per 10,000 population;
- Criminal Damage - 6502 offences recorded, rate of 241.9 per 10,000 population; and
- Sexual - 486 offences recorded, rate of 18.1 per 10,000 population;
There were 20350 incidents of anti-social behaviour reported in Belfast LGD in 2010/11.
Hate incidents are defined as any incident which is perceived by the victim, or any other person, as being motivated by prejudice or hate. The hate motivation definitions used are racist (a group of persons defined by reference to race, colour, nationality or ethnic or national origins and includes the Irish Traveller community), sectarian (a term almost exclusively used in Northern Ireland to describe incidents of bigoted dislike or hatred of members of a different religious or political group) and homophobic (fear or dislike directed towards lesbian, gay or bisexual people, or a fear or dislike directed towards their perceived lifestyle, culture or characteristics). In Belfast in 2010/11, there were 206 racist, 321 sectarian and 46 homophobic incidents.
Domestic abuse motivated incidents are defined as any incident of threatening behaviour, violence, or abuse (phychological, physical, sexual, financial or emotional) by one family member against another or adults who are or have been intimate partners, regardless of gender, and whether a crime has occurred or not. Domestic abuse motivated crimes are included in the incident figures, more than one crime may be recorded in a single incident and in Belfast in 2010/11, there were 2084 such incidents.
|Administrative Data||Offences recorded rate per 10,000 population(2010/11)|| 1110.2|| 583.8||Violent crimes rate per 10,000 population (2010/11)|| 297.9|| 165.6||Theft rate (Vehicle) per 10,000 population (2010/11)|| 97.3|| 38.5||Theft rate (Other) per 10,000 population (2010/11)|| 211.2|| 102.8||Burglary rate per 10,000 population (2010/11)|| 126.6|| 65.9||Criminal damage rate per 10,000 population (2010/11)|| 241.9|| 138.9||Anti-social behaviour incidents rate per 10,000 (2010/11)|| 757.2|| 437.3||Hate incidents (Racist Motivated) rate per 10,000 (2010/11)|| 7.7|| 3.0||Hate incidents (Sectarian Motivatation) rate per 10,000 (2010/11)|| 11.9|| 5.5||Hate incidents (Homophobic Motivation) rate per 10,000 (2010/11)|| 1.7|| 0.8||Domestic abuse motivated incidents rate per 10,000 (2010/11)|| 77.5|| 53.1|
Notifiable Offences Recorded 2010/11, Anti Social Behaviour Incidents 2010/11, Hate Incidents and Crimes 2010/11, Domestic Incidents and Crimes Recorded 2010/11 (Police Service Northern Ireland)
Education and Training
On Census Day 29th April 2001, in Belfast LGD looking at the population aged 16-74:
1Low levels of qualifications are those categorised as Level 1 which include; GCSE (grades D-G), CSE (grades 2-5), 1-4 CSEs (grade 1), 1-4 GCSEs (grades A-C), 1-4 'O' level passes, NVQ level 1, GNVQ Foundation or equivalents.
- 19.2% had degree level or higher qualifications; and
- 56.6% had no or low levels of qualifications. 1
To view an Interactive Map of Census 2001 education data at Local Government District level click on the link below:
In Belfast LGD, school examination results show that:
2This data is based on school location. The most disadvantaged primary and post primary schools are defined as the top 25% of schools with highest Free School Meals Entitlement for pupils.
- 75.5% of primary school pupils achieved the expected Key Stage 2 levels in Maths and 74.4% in English in 2009/10;
- 66.1% of primary school pupils achieved the expected Key Stage 2 levels in Maths and 64.8% in English in the most disadvantaged2 schools in 2009/10;
- Based on pupil residence, 65.5% of school leavers in 2009/10 achieved 5 or more GCSEs (Grade A*-C).
- Based on pupil residence, 3.8 of school leavers in 2009/10 achieved no GCSEs.
To view an Interactive Map of School Leavers data click on the link below:
Of school leavers aged 16 and over in 2009/10, 36.0% went on into Higher Education and 26.0% went into Further Education in Belfast LGD.
In Belfast LGD there were 9155 students enrolled at a Higher Education college in 2009/10. Higher Education can be defined as education at a higher level than secondary school, usually provided in universities. Of all students enrolled, 64.4% were full time and 35.6% were part time students, while 56.0% were female and 44.0% were male. In total, 33.9% were aged 20 and under, 26.6% were aged 21-24 and 39.4% were aged 25 and over.
In Belfast LGD there were 23707 students enrolled at a Further Education college in 2009/10. Further Education can be defined as post-secondary education that is distinct from the education offered in universities. Of all students enrolled, 13.8% were full time and 86.2% were part time students, while 53.9% were female and 46.1% were male. In total, 39.1% were aged 19 and under, 19.2% were aged 20-25 and 41.7% were aged 26 and over.
School Census data for 2010/11 (by pupil residence) in Belfast LGD shows that 27.8% of pupils in post-primary schools are categorised as Statemented or with Special Education Needs (SEN) Stage 1 to 4. Statemented pupils are those pupils with a statement of special educational needs, i.e. pupils at stage 5 on the Special Educational Needs (SEN) Code of Practice.
The Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF) measures general practice achievement against a range of evidence-based indicators and provides raw disease prevalence data by a total of 17 clinical areas. In 2011, the raw prevalence of patients aged 18 plus (per 1,000 patients) on the Learning Disabilities Register was 5.2 for Belfast.
In 2010/11 27.8% of pupils in post-primary schools had Free School Meal Entitlement (based on pupil residence data).
Datasets used:KS13 Qualifications and Students (NISRA Census),KS2 Results by FSME 2009/10, KS2 Results All 2009/10, Year 12 GCSE Results by FSME 2009/10, Year 12 GCSE Results All 2009/10, School Leavers Survey 2010,School Census Post Primary (Pupil Residence) 2010 (Department of Education),School Census Post Primary Free School Meals 2010 (Department of Education), Higher Education Enrolments 2010,Further Education Enrolments 2010 (Department of Employment and Learning),Quality Outcomes Framework 2011 (Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety).
Employment, Economic Activity and Social Welfare
On Census Day 29th April 2001, in Belfast LGD looking at the population aged 16-74:
1Long-term unemployed is defined as those who have been unemployed since 1999 or earlier on Census Day.
- 56.9% were economically active, 43.1% were economically inactive; and
- 5.4% were unemployed, of these 42.6% were long-term unemployed.1
To view Interactive Maps of Census 2001 data at Local Government District level click on the links below:
The Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment were notified of a total of 623 confirmed redundancies in Belfast LGD in 2010.
For Belfast LGD in 2011 14.0% of adults and 29.6% children under 16 were living in Income Support households.
To view an Interactive Map of Income Support data click on the link below:
Other social security benefit information in 2008 are as follows. Rates created using 2010 population estimates.
- 21107, 12.9% persons aged 16-59 were claiming Income Support
- 9131, 5.4% persons aged 16-59/64 were receiving Incapacity Benefit;
- 4589, 2.7% persons aged 16-59/64 were receiving Employment & Support Allowance2; and
- 39425, 18.2% persons aged 16 and over were claiming Housing Benefit.
Datasets used:KS09a Economic Activity (NISRA Census), Total Confirmed Redundancies 2010 (Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment),Income Support 2011,Incapacity Benefit 2011,Employment & Support Allowance 16-59/64(%) (2011)Housing Benefit 2011 (Department of Social Development).
2From October 2008 Employment and Support Allowance replaced Incapacity Benefit and Income Support paid on incapacity grounds for new customers.
The Census of Employment is a statutory survey that is conducted every two years in Northern Ireland. It provides information on the nature and characteristics of non-agricultural businesses. In 2009 there were 196931 employee jobs in businesses located in Belfast.
The Inter Departmental Business Register (IDBR) showed there were 8435 VAT Registered Businesses in Belfast in 2010. Of these, 0.4% were within the Agricultural sector, 11.4% within the Construction sector and 10.8% within the Property and Business Services sectors.
- 39.9% jobs were male full-time;
- 29.7% jobs were female full-time;
- 7.6% jobs were male part-time; and
- 22.7% jobs were female part-time.
The Farm Census 2010 recorded 16 farms registered to addresses in Belfast and the total agricultural labour force was 76 persons.
The Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings (ASHE) provides a wide range of information on hourly, weekly and annual earnings of employees in Northern Ireland.The median wage measures the amount earned by the average individual i.e. the level of earnings above which half the population fall.The median gross weekly earnings for all employees in Belfast in 2010 was £ 409.1. For males the median wage was £ 464.8 and for females it was £ 360.9. (some numbers are too small to provide a reliable estimate and therefore there is are no median wage estimates provided).
Datasets used:Census of Employment 2009, Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings 2010, Inter Departmental Business Register 2010(Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment),Farm Census 2010 (DARD).
Small Area Income Estimates are available for the years 2003/05 - outputs include estimates of the incidence of income poverty (as measured by the proportion of households whose income is below 60% of the UK median household income).Data on households in relative poverty (%) available for 2004/05 is based on unequivalised gross income before housing costs and data available for 2003/05 is based on net income before housing costs, equivalised for household size/composition.
Datasets used:Small Area Income Estimates 2003-2005 (NISRA Demography).
Deprivation - NIMDM 2010
The Northern Ireland Multiple Deprivation Measure 2010 (NIMDM 2010) report was published in May 2010. The report identifies small area concentrations of multiple deprivation across Northern Ireland. The results for Belfast LGD are shown below.
Belfast LGD has an Extent of 46%, this means that 46% of the Belfast population live in the most deprived Super Output Areas in Northern Ireland.
The Income Scale shows that there are 93511 people in Belfast LGD experiencing income deprivation, while the Employment scale shows that a total of 26095 people in Belfast LGD experience employment deprivation.
Both the Income Scale and the Employment Scale can be presented as rates of the relevant population. 35.0% of the population in Belfast LGD were identified as income deprived while 16.0% were identified as employment deprived.This can be compared to NI as a whole where 25% were identified as income deprived and 13% employment deprived.
Within Belfast LGD the most deprived Super Output Area is Whiterock 2 (ranked 1 in NI) and the least deprived Super Output Area is Stormont 2 (ranked 889 in NI).
To view Interactive Maps of SOAs within Belfast LGD click on the link below:
[Ranks range from 1 (most deprived LGD) to 26 (least deprived LGD)]
Datasets used:Northern Ireland Multiple Deprivation Measure 2010 LGD (NISRA).
Health and Care
On Census Day 29th April 2001, in Belfast LGD:
To view Interactive Maps of Census 2001 data at Local Government District level click on the links below:
- 24.2% of people had a limiting long-term illness, health problem or disability;
- 65.8% of people stated that their general health was good; and
- 11.8% of the population stated that they provided unpaid care to family, friends, neighbours or others.
Average life expectancy measures the expected years of life at birth based on the mortality rates of the period in question. Life expectancy for males in Belfast LGD for 2007-2009 is 73.5 years and for females is 79.6 years.
In total 2739 people died in 2009 in Belfast, of all deaths, 25.8% were to malignant neoplasms, 31.5% were to circulatory disease and 14.9% were to respiratory disease.
To view an Interactive Map of Deaths by Cause data click on the link below:
Average death rates are available from 2004 to 2008 standardised for age to the 2006 Population Estimates. In Belfast LGD the age standardised death rate (per 100,000 persons) for the population under 75 years of age was 562.7 for males and 336.2 for females. The table below shows average death rates by cause for the population under 75 years of age.
Data is recorded on the number of deaths due to suicide and undetermined intent. In Belfast LGD there were 62 such deaths registered in 2009.
To view an Interactive Map of Deaths due to Suicide/Undetermined Intent data click on the link below:
In Belfast LGD in 2009 there were:
There were 5 obesity-related deaths (underlying cause of death is recorded as obesity) in Belfast LGD for 2005-2009.
- 65 alcohol-related deaths (underlying cause of death is recorded as deaths with a clear causal relationship to alcohol consumption); and
- 25 drugs-related deaths (underlying cause of death recorded on the death certificate is drug poisoning, drug abuse or drug dependence).
The Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF) measures general practice achievement against a range of evidence-based indicators and provides raw disease prevalence data by a total of 17 clinical areas. In 2011, the raw prevalence of patients aged 16 plus (per 1,000 patients) on the Obesity Register was 107 for Belfast LGD.
To view an Interactive Map of Alcohol Related Deaths data click on the link below:
There were 1415 newly diagnosed cases of cancer diagnosed in Belfast LGD (excluding non-melanoma skin cancer) in 2008.
Datasets used:KS08 Health and Unpaid Care (NISRA Census), Life Expectancy 2006-2008 (Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety),Deaths by Cause 2009 (NISRA Demography), Standardised Death Rate All 2004-2008,Standardised Death Rate due to Cancer 2004-2009,Standardised Death Rate due to Respiratory Disease 2004-2008, Standardised Death Rate due to Circulatory Disease 2004-2008 (Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety),Deaths by Suicide/Undetermined Intent 2009, Alcohol Related Deaths 2009,Drug Related Deaths 2003-2009,Obesity Related Deaths 2005-2009 (NISRA Demography),Quality Outcomes Framework 2011 (Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety),Cancer Incidence 2008 (Northern Ireland Cancer Registry),
Standardised admission rates to hospitals are available for all hospital admissions by type and by cause. The Northern Ireland rate is set equal to 100 and a value greater than 100 indicates an above average standardised admission rate. In Belfast LGD:
In Belfast LGD there were 139 admissions to hospital as a result of mood or anxiety disorder in 2009/10. The data is extracted from the Northern Ireland Hospital Inpatients System (HIS), but excludes mental health specialities as not all mental health information is recorded on the Patient Administration System.
- the standardised admission rate for all admissions was 96 in 2009;
- the standardised admission rate for elective admissions was 88 in 2009;
- the standardised admission rate for emergency admissions was 96 in 2009;
- the standardised admission rate for respiratory admissions was 97 in 2009; and
- the standardised admission rate for circulatory admissions was 90 in 2009.
To view an Interactive Map of Hospital Admissions due to Mood/Anxiety Disorder data click on the link below:
In Belfast LGD in 2009/10 there were 2538 hospital admissions due to accidents. Of these 7.8% admissions were as a result of injuries due to road traffic collisions, 22.2% admissions were as a result of injuries in the home and 4.1% admissions were due to accidental injuries occurring at schools.
To view an Interactive Map of Hospital Admissions due to Accidents data click on the link below:
In 2011 25.3% of children aged 0-2 and 61.8% of children aged 3-5 were registered with a dentist in Belfast LGD. To view an Interactive Map of Dental Registrations for Children data click on the link below:
Hospital Admissions All 2009,Hospital Admissions Elective 2008/09, Hospital Admissions Emergency 2008/09,All Hospital Admissions Respiratory Disease 2006-2009,Hospital Admissions Circulatory Disease 2006-2009, Hospital Admissions Mood and Anxiety Disorders 2009/10,Hospital Admissions - Accidents 2008/09 Dental Registrations 2011 (Central Services Agency).
Housing, Environment and Transport
On Census Day 29th April 2001 there were 113934 households in Belfast LGD. Of these households:
1The occupancy rating provides a measure of under-occupancy and overcrowding. For example, a value of -1 implies there is one room too few and that there is overcrowding in the household. The occupancy rating assumes that every household, including one person households, requires a minimum of two common rooms (excluding bathrooms).
- 56.1% were owner occupied and 43.9% were rented;
- 24.0% were owned outright;
- 15.8% were lone pensioner households;
- 11.0% were lone parents households with dependent children;
- 5.0% of households were without central heating or without sole use of bath/shower/toilet or without both;
- 9.9% of households had an occupancy rating of -1 or less (i.e. classed as overcrowded);1 and
- 2.4 persons per household was the average household size.
To view Interactive Maps of Census 2001 at Local Government District level click on the links below:
The 2006 House Conditions Survey showed that in Belfast:
1The Standard Assessment Procedure is the Governments standard method for rating the energy efficiency of a dwelling. The SAP rating provides a comparative measure of the energy efficiency of dwellings; the lower the score the lower the energy efficiency, the higher the score - up to a maximum of 120 - the higher the efficiency.
- 5.3% of homes were assessed as unfit;
- 2.9% of homes had a Standard Assessment Procedure rating of less than 201; and
- 8.9% of homes were dependent on solid fuel or electricity as a source of heating.
There are projected to be 128500 households in Belfast in the year 2023, with an average household size of 2.1 persons.
In 2009 in Belfast LGD in the private sector housing market, there were a total of 235 new house sales and the average new house price was £ 174459.
The average capital value of domestic properties was £ 116845 in 2010 - the minimum capital value was £ 15000 and the maximum capital value was £ 2500000.
In 2009/10 there were 1160 new dwelling starts in Belfast LGD, 583 of these were for Housing Associations, representing 50.3% of the total new build.
To view an Interactive Map of New Dwelling Starts data click on the link below:
The average rates bill for Belfast LGD in 2009/10 was GBP 729, this is increase of 3.4% from 2008/09.
In 2010/11 there were 1281 planning applications decided on of which 94.0% were approved.
KS18 Tenure, KS19 Rooms, Amenities, Central Heating and Lowest Floor Level, KS20 Household Composition, KS22 Lone Parent Households with Dependent Children (NISRA Census),House Condition Survey-Unfitness 2006, House Condition Survey-Standard Assessment Procedure 2006, House Condition Survey-Central Heating 2006, (Northern Ireland Housing Executive),Projected Households (2021) , Projected Household Size (2021) (NISRA Demography),Domestic Properties 2010,Average Capital Value 2010(Land and Property Services),New House Sales/Average Prices 2009, New Dwelling Starts 2010, Average Rates Bill 2010 (Department of Social Development),Planning Applications 2010 (Department of the Environment).
On Census Day 29th April 2001 in Belfast LGD 56.2% of households had access to a car or van and 57.0% of persons aged 16-74 in employment usually travelled to work by car or van.
To view Interactive Maps of Census 2001 data at Local Government District level click on the link below:
In 2009, 101725 cars were licensed to addresses in Belfast LGD, 11.8% of which were cars registered to a disabled driver or for transporting disabled people.
There were 1242 road traffic collisions in Belfast LGD in 2010 which resulted in 4 people being killed. In total there was a rate of 74 traffic casualties per 10,000 people in 2010 (this includes all persons slightly injured, seriously injured and killed).
To view an Interactive Map of Road traffic Collisions/Casualties data click on the link below:
There were 6031 noise complaints made in Belfast in 2009/10, which is equal to a rate of 23 per 10,000 population.
Environmental statistics show that in Belfast LGD 26.6% of household waste was recycled and composted in 2009/10 and 22.3% of municipal waste was recycled and composted.
To view an Interactive Map of Municipal Waste Recycled and Composted data click on the link below:
Datasets used:KS15 Travel to Work, KS17 Cars or Vans(Census 2001), Car Registrations 2009 (Department of Regional Development),Road Traffic Collisions 2010 (Police Service Northern Ireland),Noise Complaints 2009/10,Waste Recycling 2010 (Environment and Heritage Service Northern Ireland).