Frindsbury Extra

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Frindsbury Extra
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English Martyrs' Church, Frindsbury Hill
Frindsbury Extra is located in Kent
Frindsbury Extra
Frindsbury Extra
 Frindsbury Extra shown within Kent
Area  8.34 km2 (3.22 sq mi)
Population (2011 census)[1]
OS grid reference TQ7744704
Civil parish Frindsbury Extra population=6501
Unitary authority Medway
Ceremonial county Kent
Region South East
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town ROCHESTER
Postcode district ME2 ME3
Dialling code 01634
Police Kent
Fire Kent
Ambulance South East Coast
EU Parliament South East England
UK Parliament Medway to be replaced 2007 by Rochester and Strood
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Frindsbury Extra is a civil parish divided into commercial, suburban residential and rural parts on the Hoo Peninsula in Medway, a ceremonial part of Kent. It is contiguous with the fully urbanised Frindsbury part of Strood and is bounded by Cliffe and Cliffe Woods to the north, Hoo to the east, and the River Medway to the south-east at Upnor (or Upnor-on-Medway) and a long, narrow meander of the river in the far south. On Medway Council it has councillors representing the Strood Rural ward currently on almost identical boundaries.

History

On 30 September 1894, the Local Government Board confirmed an order of Kent County Council, and Frindsbury civil parish was divided into Frindsbury Intra, and Frindsbury Extra. Intra joined the municipal borough of Rochester, while part of Frindsbury Extra joined Strood Rural District. The remaining part of Frindsbury Extra joined Rochester in 1934.[2]

Since 1998 it is one of 11 civil parishes in the Unitary Borough — approximately a quarter of the land of the borough is unparished for local administration.

Geography

As a lowest-level administrative area, Frindsbury Extra contains the villages or dependent residential localities of:

  • Wainscott (its most populous part, contiguous with Frindsbury)
  • Upnor on the Medway
    • Lower Upnor
    • Upper Upnor
  • Chattenden
  • White Wall
  • Stone Horse.

As with Frindsbury Intra, today known interchangeably as North Strood or Frindsbury, which is contiguous with Strood and immediately north of Strood railway station, Wainscott is south of the A20 dual carriageway. The rest of the parish is north of this road. The former council offices of Strood Rural District are in Frindsbury Extra.

Demography

2011 Published Statistics: Population, home ownership and extracts from Physical Environment, surveyed in 2005[1]
Output area Homes owned outright Owned with a loan Socially rented Privately rented Other km² green spaces km² roads km² water km² domestic gardens km² domestic buildings km² non-domestic buildings Usual residents km²
Frindsbury Extra 854 1149 281 239 56 6.00 0.48 0.25 0.63 0.17 0.29 6501 8.34

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Key Statistics: Population; Quick Statistics: Economic indicators. (2011 census and 2001 census) Retrieved 2015-02-27.
  2. Kelly's Directory of Rochester, Chatham and Gillingham, 1951, Kelly's Directories, 186 Strand, London W.C.2

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