Hartlepool Overview

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The Big Picture

Hartlepool is a coastal town and urban local authority located in the northeast of England with a population of approximately 93,000 people. The housing in Hartlepool comprises of a mix of both public and private housing options, including traditional terraced houses and modern housing estates. Hartlepool offers a range of community programs, such as leisure and sports activities for children and young people, as well as programs aimed at supporting the local economy and promoting community cohesion. The town also boasts a number of entertainment venues, including the Borough Hall and the Town Hall Theatre, which host a variety of music, theatre and comedy events throughout the year. The local economy in Hartlepool is dominated by the manufacturing and engineering industries, with notable employers including Heerema Fabrication Group and Tata Steel. Additionally, the town is home to Hartlepool Nuclear Power Station, which employs a significant number of local residents. Hartlepool also has a rich maritime history, with the historic quayside and the National Museum of the Royal Navy attracting visitors from far and wide.

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Hartlepool Population

The population graphic above highlights changes in Hartlepool’s population over time, while the diversity graphic compares local diversity to the national average, giving a snapshot of the area’s cultural makeup.

Hartlepool Diversity

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