Comments on point 5, 160 hectares for building.
- The Parlington Estate extends to some 770 hectares. In the March submission to LCC only 160 ha of the housing development. This land is located at the centre of the estate and is currently used as arable farmland.
100 hectares = 1 sq. km
The submission (as stated above) is to build on 160 hectares = 1.6 sq. km.
If 1,850 houses are built, Parlington will have 1,850/1.6 = 1,156 houses per sq. km.
If each house is occupied by 2 people, the population density associated with the building in Parlington will be 2,312 people per sq. km. and 3,700 people in total over the 160 hectares.
If each house is occupied by 3 people, the population density associated with the building in Parlington will be 3,468 people per sq.km. and 5,550 people in total over the 160 hectares.
According to Wikipedia, in 2009, the population of Swarcliffe and Stanks was 6,751 people.
An additional comparator can be found in information from the ONS (Office for National Statistics) from 2011
|UA/Met county/County||Local Authority||Total pop 000s||Area (Sq km)||People per sq km|
|East Riding of Yorkshire UA||339||2,408||141|
|Kingston upon Hull, City of UA||264||71||3,694|
|North East Lincolnshire UA||157||192||820|
|North Lincolnshire UA||161||846||191|
|South Yorkshire Met County||1,328||1,552||856|
|West Yorkshire Met County||2,250||2,029||1,109|