Multiple languages and varieties are in daily use in superdiverse cities. The multilingual speakers who have institutional roles and make regular use of digital and online technologies provided access to communicative interactions in public, private, and digital spaces.

Stratford and New Town, London

Resident population 2011 17,768
% born outside UK 55%
% ethnic group not white British 79%
% main language not English/Welsh 37%
Main languages other than English/ Welsh Bengali, Polish, Portuguese

Ladywood, Birmingham

Resident population 2011 30,133
% born outside UK 37%
% ethnic group not white British 60%
% main language not English/Welsh 26%
Main languages other than English/ Welsh Chinese, Polish, Farsi, Arabic

Gipton and Harehills, Leeds

Resident population 2011 27,078
% born outside UK 34%
% ethnic group not white British 64%
% main language not English/Welsh 41%
Main languages other than English/ Welsh Urdu, Bengali, Panjabi, Polish

Cathays, Cardiff

Resident population 2011  19,870
% born outside UK  24%
% ethnic group not white British  22%
% main language not English/Welsh  15%
Main languages other than English/ Welsh Arabic, Polish, Greek, Malay