Richmondshire Overview

61/100
Total Score
157/329
Ranking

The Big Picture

Richmondshire is a district in North Yorkshire with a population of around 52,000 people. The district’s housing stock is diverse, featuring everything from historic cottages and farmhouses to modern townhouses and apartments. The community in Richmondshire is known for its active engagement in local events and initiatives, including the annual Richmond Live Music Festival, the Swaledale Festival, and the Richmond Walking and Book Festival. The district also boasts several popular attractions, such as the historic Richmond Castle, the Georgian Theatre Royal, and the Richmondshire Museum. In terms of the local economy, the district is primarily agricultural, with farming, forestry, and tourism being the main sources of income. The local authority has taken steps to promote economic growth in the area, such as the development of the Catterick Garrison Strategic Site, which is expected to bring new job opportunities to the district. Additionally, the authority has implemented several sustainability initiatives, such as the creation of a local renewable energy network, aimed at promoting a more sustainable and environmentally-friendly future for the district.

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Richmondshire Population

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

Richmondshire Diversity

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