Population : 2,236

Benllech

Benllech

Population : 2,236

Benllech is on Anglesey. It is a popular beach holiday destination and was awarded the European Blue Flag in 2004. The village has several bed and breakfasts, hotels and caravan sites. The Wales and Anglesey Coastal Paths pass through Benllech. The quality of the village’s design was recognised when it earned Civic Trust Award.

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This is a small town in category 5. These towns tend have higher proportions of people aged over 65 years old and fewer people aged between 16 and 44 years old than in Wales as a whole. There tends to be a higher proportion of retired people and single people and fewer married households with children. There tends to be a higher proportion of people who are self-employed or work part-time, especially in accommodation, food and services industries. The places tend more to be in rural locations although multiple car ownership is lower than average. More people living here were born outside of Wales than average and fewer people identify as having Welsh nationality, although the proportion of Welsh speaking residents is relatively high.

Our place categorisation is : Category 5

Our inter-relationship assessment is : Dependent to interdependent

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Community Assets

Commuter Map

The lines display the total numbers of commuters travelling between the selected place and other places with a population above 2000 people, within Wales, from the Census 2011.

Flows with fewer than 20 commuters are not displayed to increase the clarity of the map and maintain anonymity.

The thickness of the line denotes the relative proportion of commuters.

Hover over a line to display a summary of the number of commuters between the two places.

Inter-relationships - how does this place compare to others similar to it?

Our inter-relationship assessment explores the assets and relationships which places have between the public, commercial, and social sectors. It gives an indication of the extent to which places are reliant or otherwise upon other places in Wales for these assets and relationships.

A dependent place will on average have a low number of public, commercial, and social economy assets in relation to its population. An independent place will on average have a high number of public, commercial, and social economy assets in relation to its population. An interdependent place will sit somewhere between independent and dependent places.

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Hover over the graph to expand the display when comparing two or more places.

The bold circle on the graph is your chosen place

The grey bar is the average for similar sized places in the same Category as your chosen place.

The red bar is the Welsh average.

The interactive graph displays the inter-relationships for the places you have selected by public, commercial, and social assets, such as schools, hospitals and shops.

Places to the left of the graph are more dependent on other places for the particular asset.

Places to the right of the graph are more independent for the particular asset.

This gives you an idea of how independent or otherwise a place is compared to other places in Wales over 2000 people.

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Radial Graphs

A radial graph displays data for a series of variables relating to a particular theme in the form of a circle, with the axes of the graph representing each variable. All the variables are shown as percentages, so the further along the axis the variable falls, the higher the percentage.

Please see the methodology page for more detail about the variables and data sources