Wandsworth 012D sits within the Fairfield ward under the local district authority of Wandsworth. The roads that make up this catchment are listed at the bottom of this page.
This shows the breakdown of homeownership and rental properties in the area (in orange) and is compared against the average across London (blue).
When an orange bar is above the blue bar, it shows this area has more of this type of home tenure than the average across London.
38.6% of people living here own their own home - this is 9.7% fewer people than the average for London.
This area has a higher proportion of households that are privately rented, standing at 33.2%.
The chart below shows the breakdown of residents who have paid off their mortgage, those that are still paying a mortgage, as well as those who are renting and whether that is with a private landlord or through a social housing body.
Older residents are more likely to have paid off their mortgage whilst a high student population can lead to a higher proportion of households being rented.
A property is regarded as owned outright if the owner occupier has paid off their mortgage in full. Social housing is provided to those who most need it by local authorities and charities.
A high population of young adults can lead to higher private rented accomodation since they may still be saving up for a deposit on their first home.
The residents of following roads fall within the catchment that make up this data set: