Middlesbrough Overview

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The Big Picture

Middlesbrough is an urban local authority located in the northeast of England with a population of approximately 138,000 people. The housing in Middlesbrough includes a mix of both public and private housing options, ranging from traditional terraced houses to modern housing developments. Middlesbrough offers a range of community programs, including support for families and young people, as well as programs aimed at promoting health and wellbeing. The town is also home to a number of entertainment venues, such as the Middlesbrough Theatre and the Riverside Stadium, which hosts Middlesbrough Football Club’s home matches. The local economy in Middlesbrough is diverse, with notable employers including the chemical manufacturer SABIC, the energy company ENGIE, and the digital media company Visualsoft. The town is also home to Teesside University, which attracts thousands of students each year and plays an important role in driving innovation and economic growth in the region. Middlesbrough has a rich industrial heritage, with the Transporter Bridge and the Dorman Museum providing insights into the town’s history and culture.

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Middlesbrough Population

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

Middlesbrough Diversity

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