Yate is a commuter town and civil parish in South Gloucestershire, England, at the southwest extremity of the Cotswold Hills, 12 miles northeast of Bristol city centre and 98 miles due west of London. Yate developed from a village into a sizable town from the 1960s onwards partly as an over-spill or commuter town for the city of Bristol. Although not a new town in the official sense, Yate took on many of the characteristics of one.
In the 2011 census, the population was 21.603. In the small town of Chipping Sodbury population of 5.045 borders with Yate to the East. In addition, a large southern built-up area spills in the parish of Dodington population 8.206, and therefore the total population of Yates City district now reaches 35.000.
The city is home to Harry Potter author JK Rowling lived in Yate between 1965 and 1969.
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