Population : 3,637

Llanfairfechan

Llanfairfechan

Population : 3,637

Place Description

Llanfairfechan is situated between the Lafan Sands and Snowdonia National Park. The area has been populated with hillforts and farmsteads for at least 7,000 years. These settlements were repositioned with the acquisition of estate land in the 1,500s and formed the village that is still recognisable today. In the early twentieth century, architect Herbert North built houses and buildings in the Arts and Crafts style. The population grew to more than 3,500 people during this period and this has remained constant to the present day. In the 1950s, more than 85 traditional shops provided services to Llanfairfechan. Since then, fitness professionals, home improvement businesses, hairdressers and beauty salons have tailored these premises to fit our current lifestyles. However, the village still has a local butcher, several pubs and takeaways, a blacksmith and a post office.

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Category Description

This is a small town or neighbourhood in category 1. These towns or neighbourhoods tend to have higher proportions of married households and fewer single occupancy households than Wales as a whole. They tend to have slightly higher proportions of home ownership and lower levels of social rented homes. There tends to be more people in work and in full-time employment than the Welsh average and people tend to be more qualified with a larger proportion of people with degrees and fewer people with no qualifications. More people are in professional and managerial positions than in other places in Wales and multiple car ownership is higher. Proportionally, slightly more people in these places were born in Wales and more people identify as having Welsh nationality. The proportion of Welsh speaking residents also tends to be slightly higher.

Our place categorisation is : Category 1

Our inter-relationship assessment is : Dependent to interdependent

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Community Assets

Flow Maps

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.

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

Flows with fewer than 10 migrants are not displayed to increase the clarity of the map and maintain anonymity.

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

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

The lines display the modelled number of trips between the selected place and other places with a population above 2000 people. Trips can be filtered by the time of day and the time of week. Standard commuting times are not included (see Commuting Map). Data are based on mobile phone signals recorded between 10th May and 14th June 2015. These data were provided by Citi Logik.

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

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

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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.

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

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