List of Large Council Estates in The UK - England - West Yorkshire - Wakefield

Wakefield

There are three contiguous estates in west Wakefield, which have a combined population of around 18000: Flanshaw (pop. 6,312), Lupset (pop. 9,116) and Peacock (pop. 2,831).

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