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Research and Intelligence Team, Policy, Research and Engagement Division, Strategic Services 



and Transformation

Chief Executive’s Office.

  For more information please contact Richard Brett 

 



richard.brett@derby.gov.uk

 



 01332 643478  

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Industrial Families.” 

These would have been traditional blue-collar areas but with the decline 

of heavy industry, people are quite likely to work in office or clerical jobs and in shops. Most 

households are traditional families with school age children. 

Group M “Blue Collar Roots” 

are 


communities where most employment is in traditional blue collar occupations. Families and 

retired people predominate with some young singles and single parents.  



 

Category Five - 

“Hard Pressed”

  

 



This is made up of four categories. Group N; “Struggling Families” 

are low income families 

living on traditional low-rise estates. Some have bought their council houses but most 

continue to rent. 

Group O; “Burdened Singles” is an

 urban group that is characterised by 

high numbers of single adults. These include single pensioners, young singles and lone 

parents.  

Group P; “High Rise Hardship” are c

ommunities which have very high numbers of 

older residents, especially over 65s. There are very few traditional families and middle aged 

people. There are also fewer children in this group overall, although some areas contain high 

numbers of single parents with children under 5. 

Group Q is “Inner City Adversity” and these 

are densely populated urban areas with a young multi-ethnic population. Households are 

typically young singles and young families, often single parent.  

 

Table 1: Percentage of Arboretum Residents per ACORN Group compared to Derby 



Residents 

ACORN 

Categories 

ACORN Group 

Derby 

Population 

Percentage of 

Residents in 

Arboretum 

Wealthy 

Achievers 

Group A 



 Wealthy Executives 

7.3 

0.0 

Group B - Affluent Greys 

6.2 

0.0 

Group C 



 Flourishing Families 

8.3 

2.3 

Urban 

Prosperity 

Group D 



 Prosperous 

Professionals 

0.5 

0.0 

Group E - Educated Urbanites 

2.1 

4.6 

Group F 



 Aspiring Singles 

1.3 

9.2 

Comfortably 

Off 

Group G 



 Starting Out 

5.3 

0.7 

Group H 



 Secure Families 

17.6 

2.6 

Group I 



 Settled Suburbia 

8.1 

0.0 

Group J 



 Prudent Pensioners 

1.3 

0.9 

Moderate 

Means 

Group K - Asian Communities 

5.1 

46.4 

Group L 



 Post-Industrial Families 

1.3 

0.2 

Group M 



 Blue Collar Roots 

8.1 

6.9 

Hard Pressed 

Group N 



 Struggling Families 

19.7 

5.7 

Group O 



 Burdened Singles 

4.2 

6.4 

Group P 



 High Rise Hardship 

2.1 

11.7 

Group Q - Inner City Adversity 

0.0 

0.7 

 

Group U - Unclassified 

1.4 

1.6 

 

 



100 

100 



 

 

Research and Intelligence Team, Policy, Research and Engagement Division, Strategic Services 



and Transformation, 

Chief Executive’s Office.

  For more information please contact Richard Brett 

 



richard.brett@derby.gov.uk

 



 01332 643478  

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Arboretum has a considerably higher percentage of residents than the city in the “moderate 

means” category Group K; “Asian communities”. These tend to be resident around the Rose 

Hill area; moving South towards Cambridge Street/Dairy House Road, Westwards towards 

Western Road/Moore Street and eastwards towards Dexter Street. 

 

There are also more than five times the Derby average of those 



in Group P; “high rise 

hardship” with these being located in the main from the North to the centre of the ward.

 

 

Arboretum also has a greater percentage of residents than the city in the “urban prosperity” 



categories Groups E; “educated urbanites” and Group F; “aspiring singles.” These are in the 

main located towards the North West of the ward. 

 

Arboretum has a lower percentage of residents than the city 



in the “wealthy achievers” and 

“Comfortably Off” categories.

 

 

Figure 3: ACORN map of Arboretum 



 

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 2013 CACI Limited. This report shall be used solely 

for academic, personal and/or non-commercial purposes. 




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