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Mosaic 2003 Type Descriptions
Mosaic 2003 Groups MosaicDescription
A1 Financially successful people living in smart flats in cosmopolitan inner city locations
A2 Highly educated senior professionals, many working in the media, politics and law
A3 Successful managers living in very large houses in outer suburban locations
A4 Financially secure couples, many close to retirement, living in sought after suburbs
A5 Senior professionals and managers living in the suburbs of major regional centres
A6 Successful, high earning couples with new jobs in areas of growing high tech employment
A7 Well paid executives living in individually designed homes in rural environments
B8 Families and singles living in developments built since 2001
B9 Well qualified couples typically starting a family on a recently built private estate
B10 Financially better off families living in relatively spacious modern private estates
B11 Dual income families on intermediate incomes living on modern estates
B12 Middle income families with children living in estates of modern private homes
B13 First generation owner occupiers, many with large amounts of consumer debt
B14 Military personnel living in purpose built accommodation
C15 Senior white collar workers many on the verge of a financially secure retirement
C16 Low density private estates, now with self reliant couples approaching retirement
C17 Small business proprietors living in low density estates in smaller communities
C18 Inter war suburbs many with less strong cohesion than they originally had
C19 Singles and childless couples increasingly taking over attractive older suburbs
C20 Suburbs sought after by the more successful members of the Asian community
D21 Mixed communities of urban residents living in well built early 20th century housing
D22 Comfortably off manual workers living in spacious but inexpensive private houses
D23 Owners of affordable terraces built to house 19th century heavy industrial workers
D24 Low income families living in cramped Victorian terraced housing in inner city locations
D25 Centres of small market towns and resorts containing many hostels and refuges
D26 Communities of lowly paid factory workers, many of them of South Asian descent
D27 Multi-cultural inner city terraces attracting second generation settlers from diverse communities
E28 Neighbourhoods with transient singles living in multiply occupied large old houses
E29 Economically successful singles, many living in privately rented inner city flats
E30 Young professionals and their families who have gentrified terraces in pre 1914 suburbs
E31 Well educated singles and childless couples colonising inner areas of provincial cities
E32 Singles and childless couples in small units in newly built private estates
E33 Older neighbourhoods increasingly taken over by short term student renters
E34 Halls of residence and other buildings occupied mostly by students
F35 Young people renting hard to let social housing often in disadvantaged inner city locations
F36 High density social housing, mostly in inner London, with high levels of diversity
F37 Young families living in upper floors of social housing
F38 Singles, childless couples and older people living in high rise social housing
F39 Older people living in crowded apartments in high density social housing
F40 Older tenements of small private flats often occupied by highly disadvantaged individuals
G41 Families, many single parent, in deprived social housing on the edge of regional centres
G42 Older people living in very large social housing estates on the outskirts of provincial cities
G43 Older people, many in poor health from work in heavy industry, in low rise social housing
H44 Manual workers, many close to retirement, in low rise houses in ex-manufacturing towns
H45 Older couples, mostly in small towns, who now own houses once rented from the council
H46 Residents in 1930s and 1950s council estates, typically in London, now mostly owner occupiers
H47 Social housing, typically in 'new towns', with good job opportunities for the poorly qualified
I48 Older people living in small council and housing association flats
I49 Low income older couples renting low rise social housing in industrial regions
I50 Older people receiving care in homes or sheltered accommodation
J51 Very elderly people, many financially secure, living in privately owned retirement flats
J52 Better off older people, singles and childless couples in developments of private flats
J53 Financially secure and physically active older people, many retired to semi rural locations
J54 Older couples, independent but on limited incomes, living in bungalows by the sea
J55 Older people preferring to live in familiar surroundings in small market towns
J56 Neighbourhoods with retired people and transient singles working in the holiday industry
K57 Communities of retired people and second homers in areas of high environmental quality
K58 Well off commuters and retired people living in attractive country villages
K59 Country people living in still agriculturally active villages, mostly in lowland locations
K60 Smallholders and self employed farmers, living beyond the reach of urban commuters
K61 Low income farmers struggling on thin soils in isolated upland locations
Z99 People whose postcode was not recorded in STATS19 returns
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