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HAMMERSMITH AREA INFORMATION – W6
Hammersmith & Fulham is one of the 13 inner London boroughs and is situated in the centre-west of London on the transport routes between the City and Heathrow airport.
It is a long narrow borough running north to south with a river border at its south and south-west side. It is bordered by six London boroughs: Brent to the north; Kensington and Chelsea to the east; Wandsworth and Richmond-Upon- Thames to the south; and Ealing and Hounslow to the west. Excluding the City of London, it is the third smallest of the London boroughs in terms of area, covering 1,640 hectares. Hammersmith & Fulham is made up of 16 electoral wards.
The borough population was measured at 165,242 at the time of the 2001 Census with a population density of 101 people per hectare. This makes Hammersmith & Fulham the fourth most densely populated local authorityin England and Wales.
Current estimates of population from 2004 show that the borough’s population has risen to 176,800 residents from the mid year estimate of 169,400 in 2001. This increase over the 2001-4 period is the sixth highest of all the London boroughs.
At the time of the last census, 75,438 households were counted in the borough. At the latest estimate, there are 76,900 resident households in the borough in 2005.
There are four nursery schools, 35 primary schools, and nine secondary schools in Hammersmith & Fulham. The borough also houses five special schools and two Pupil Referral Units (PRUs). In borough primary schools there is a higher proportion of children with special educational needs (SEN) when compared with inner London and national figures. The difference is the result of a deliberate strategy of early identification and the subsequent high rate of statements issued for primary aged children.
In secondary schools the proportion of children with special educational needs (SEN) is lower than in inner London, partly due to the different make-up of primary and secondary schools. The rate of SEN is near the inner London average for community schools, whereas in voluntary-aided schools the rate is much lower.
In terms of ethnic group breakdowns, the borough and inner London is very diverse when compared to national averages, both for primary and secondary schools.
Health and Social Care
Hammersmith & Fulham Primary Care Trust (PCT) was formed in April 2002. It is responsible for providing and commissioning healthcare for people registered with GPs within the PCT, and for improving the health of patients and local residents. The PCT covers the same geographical area as the borough.
There are 33 GP practices and 39 dental practices in the borough. The number of GPs per 1,000 population is slightly higher in Hammersmith & Fulham than in England as a whole. The number of dentists per 1,000 population is higher in Hammersmith & Fulham than in England. There are three main hospitals within the borough: Hammersmith Hospital, Charing Cross Hospital and Ravenscourt Park Hospital. There is also a specialist maternity hospital, Queen Charlottes and Chelsea Hospital, which is on the site of Hammersmith Hospital.
In addition, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital is close to the borough boundary, and is utilised by people in the south of the Borough.
Hammersmith & Fulham has three thriving town centres: Shepherd’s Bush in the north, Hammersmith in the centre-west, and Fulham in the south. The borough is home to some major international companies, and has a strong reputation as an area noted for media and entertainment industry firm locations. The largest employer in the borough is the BBC with BBC Television Centre headquarters located in White City.
The borough has a strong sporting profile. It is home to three professional football clubs – Chelsea FC, Fulham FC, and Queens Park Rangers FC. The borough also houses Queen’s Club tennis club which hosts the Stella Artois Championships each summer.
The borough has an interesting historical heritage and houses attractions including Fulham Palace (historic home of Bishops of London), and Kelmscott House (home to William Morris for the last 18 years of his life). Two of London’s major exhibition centres, Earls Court 2 and Olympia, are also located within Hammersmith & Fulham. The two centres host trade shows, consumer shows, and exhibitions, throughout the year. A 2002 study, showed that each year, one in every two Londoners visits an event at either Earls Court or Olympia