Breadsall and West Hallam

Breadsall and West Hallam division in the north western part of Erewash is semi-rural in nature with dispersed pockets of population. The division covers the wards of Little Eaton and Breadsall, Stanley, West Hallam and Dale Abbey and part of Kirk Hallam. View the information pageĀ for councillor Carol Hart

This page contains links to key information and statistics for this Electoral Division. The links to the maps and profiles are specific to this division, but some of the links such as to the Quilt are to generic information.

If you have any questions regarding any of the information on this page then please send an email to research@derbyshire.gov.uk

Electoral Division Maps

Link to Electoral Division map - Breadsall and West Hallam
Electoral Division map – Breadsall and West Hallam
Link to LSOA map - Breadsall and West Hallam
LSOA map – Breadsall and West Hallam
Link to IMD map - Breadsall and West Hallam
IMD map – Breadsall and West Hallam

For detailed statistics and information on the following topics please click on the relevant link below
Population
Deprivation
Unemployment

Area Profile, Quilt & Unemployment

Link to Area profile - Breadsall and West Hallam
Area profile – Breadsall and West Hallam
Link to Derbyshire Quilt
Derbyshire Quilt
Link to unemployment statistics
Unemployment

Census profiles

Link to Census Summary profile - Breadsall and West Hallam
Census Summary profile – Breadsall and West Hallam
Link to Census Economic profile - Breadsall and West Hallam
Census Economic profile – Breadsall and West Hallam
Link to Census Equalities profile - Breadsall and West Hallam
Census Equalities profile – Breadsall and West Hallam
Link to Census Health profile - Breadsall and West Hallam
Census Health profile – Breadsall and West Hallam
Link to Census Households profile - Breadsall and West Hallam
Census Household profile – Breadsall and West Hallam
Link to Census Housing profile - Breadsall and West Hallam
Census Housing profile – Breadsall and West Hallam