Monmouthshire Overview

63/100
Total Score
140/329
Ranking

The Big Picture

Monmouthshire is a picturesque local authority located in Southeast Wales, with a population of around 92,000 people. The housing in Monmouthshire ranges from traditional Welsh cottages to modern suburban developments, with some exclusive properties in more affluent areas. The area has a strong sense of community, with several local initiatives aimed at promoting sustainable living, such as the Monmouthshire Food Co-op and the Abergavenny Farmers Market. Monmouthshire is also home to several cultural venues, including the Borough Theatre and the Riverfront Arts Centre, which host a range of events from theatre productions to art exhibitions. The local economy is driven by several industries, including agriculture, tourism, and manufacturing. Notable employers in the area include the Welsh Government, the National Trust, and the Abergavenny Fine Foods. The local authority has also invested in several regeneration projects, such as the restoration of the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal, aimed at attracting new businesses and improving the area’s natural beauty.

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Monmouthshire Population

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

Monmouthshire Diversity

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