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A key priority for the city is to develop diverse and welcoming neighbourhoods with good quality housing. This is because housing choice needs to keep pace with the rising aspirations of the city in order to retain younger people and also address homelessness. Click here to find out more about average house prices, housing tenure and new housing developments.
Children’s social care aims to work with parents, carers and young people and to offer advice and support. They also work in partnership with, and may refer to, other services and community groups.
Wolverhampton has a diverse demographic and is now one of the most densely populated local authority areas in England with a population of close to 258,000 people. For more about population projections, household composition and the religious break down of the city click here.
Wolverhampton is a city with a rich educational history, with compulsory schooling starting in 1870. 80% of Wolverhampton’s schools were rated good or outstanding by OFSTED in 2017. Wolverhampton also has a leading University offering over 500 courses delivered across 18 schools and institutions. To find out more about OFSTED ratings, pupil numbers and skill levels click here.
WVInsight contains all of Wolverhampton’s vital statistics; it is the one-stop-shop for data, statistics and reports all about Wolverhampton. Through data, reports and analysis, WVInsight provides a comprehensive picture of the city and is a great source for useful facts and figures that will help you write reports and presentations, inform strategic and business planning, prepare funding applications or support academic research.
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