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Supporting communities, preventing social exclusion and tackling need

Supporting communities, preventing social exclusion and tackling need: a report to Hammersmith United Charities on four low income estates in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham by LSE Housing

Laura Lane and Anne Power, LSE Housing

June 2009

Annex 2: Basic demographic information on interviewees

Estate Code Person
Gender
Age Ethnicity
White City WC01 Male 20-25 Other: Egyptian
White City WC02 Male 40-59 White British
White City WC03 Female 16-19 White British
White City WC04 Male 60-79 White British
White City WC05 Male 20-25 White British
White City WC06 Male 26-39 Black British
White City WC07 Female 26-39 Other: Mixed
White City WC08 Female 26-39 Black British
White City WC09 Male 16-19 Other: Yemeni
White City WC10 Male 40-59 Black British
White City WC11 Male 16-19 Black Other
White City WC12 Female 16-19 White British
Edward Woods EW01 Female 26-39 Black Somali
Edward Woods EW02 Male 20-25 Black British
Edward Woods EW03 Female 26-39 White British
Edward Woods EW04 Female 20-25 White Other
Edward Woods EW05 Female 40-59 Other: Filipino
Edward Woods EW06 Female 60-79 White British
Edward Woods EW07 Male 40-59 White British
Edward Woods EW08 Female 60-79 White British
Edward Woods EW09 Female 60-79 White British
Edward Woods EW10 Male 80+ Black British
Edward Woods EW11 Male 80+ White British
Edward Woods EW12 Male 40-59 Other: British
Edward Woods EW13 Male 16-19 White British
Edward Woods EW14 Male 20-25 White British
Old Oak OO01 Male 26-39 White EU
Old Oak OO02 Male 60-79 White British
Old Oak OO03 Male 26-39 White British
Old Oak OO04 Male 20-25 Black British
Old Oak OO05 Male 26-39 Black British
Old Oak OO06 Male 40-59 White British
Old Oak OO07 Female 40-59 Other: Jordan
Old Oak OO08 Female 26-39 Black Other
Old Oak OO09 Female 26-39 White British
Old Oak OO10 Female 20-25 Asian British

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