Overview of the borough

Please note that there are many different geographic unit types used to publish data, such as electoral wards, parliamentary constituencies, local authority and postcodes. Unfortunately boundaries frequently do not align and are subject to frequent revision. This means it difficult to take data published in one geographic unit and produce maps and reports based in another (i.e. using postcode level data to produce ward level maps).

Other sources of data:

The Council's Planning Evidence Base and Monitoring contains evidence and data on key social, economic and environmental issues in North Tyneside. 

The Office for National Statistics publish a large number of datasets at local authority level, including Census Maps - Census 2021 data interactive

If you have any queries or suggestions about the content or format of our data please click PolicyPerformance&Research@northtyneside.gov.uk

Maps of the Borough

Map of boundaries of North Tyneside electoral wards from May 2024.

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Borough Profile

The North Tyneside Borough Profile contains data on key characteristics of the Borough. It comprises the evidence base behind the Our North Tyneside Plan.

Click here to access our Borough Profile in Power BI

The profile include data about the following areas:

  • map of the ward
  • demographic data
  • ecomomic data
  • housing data
  • health data

A PDF of the Borough Profile is available to download below, however, the version available at the above link provide a level of interactivity and further links to information not available in the PDF versions

If you have any further queries please contact PolicyPerformance&Research@northtyneside.gov.uk

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Ward level - Equality & Diversity

This collection of spreadsheets contain information about equality and diversity in North Tyneside, based on the protected characteristics set out in the Equality Act 2010. Data on gender reassignment and sexual orientation are not currently available for wards but will be added if they become available.

The data are provided by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) at ward level for North Tyneside by aggregating data at Census Output Area (OA) level using a best-fit approach to the ward boundaries that existed in 2022.

Census disclosure protection measures, such as swapping of records, were used to prevent the inadvertent disclosure of information about identifiable individuals.

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Local Authority owned land

A requirement of the Transparency Code 2015 is that Local authorities must publish details of their land and building assets.

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