English indices of deprivation 2019
The 26th September 2019 saw the publication of the 2019 English indices of deprivation. The indices were updated by the Oxford Consultants for Social Inclusion (OCSI) on behalf of the Ministry of Housing Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) . Click here to visit the .Gov website and view the official publication.
An Infographic has been produced by The Corporate GIS and Information team to show the initial findings for Newham click here to read.
As far as is possible, each indicator is based on data from the most recent time point available; in practice most indicators relate to the tax year 2015/16. It is important to note that these statistics are a measure of relative deprivation, not affluence, and to recognise that not every person in a highly deprived area will themselves be deprived. Likewise, there will be some deprived people living in the least deprived areas.
MHCLG have produced a useful overview infographic click here to open the summary
Key Results for Newham
- Comparatively Newham is moving in a positive direction; however Newham remains within the worse 10% in the country, ranking 12th of 317 local authority districts.
- Newham has 4 LSOAs in the 10% most deprived nationally, compared to 13 in 2015 and 50 in 2010.
- Whilst Newham has seen improvement in most domains since the 2015 IoD , Newham remains 1st in the Barriers to Housing and Services domain and remains 3rd in Income Deprivation Affecting Older People Index (supplementary indices).
Below are links to some useful websites for more information about the Incides of Deprivation (ID) 2019:
- Click here for a mapping tool created to help you explore the IoD 2019 further.
- Click here for OCSI’s website dedicated to the Indices of Deprivation, it contains case studies & examples of how the Indices have been used.
- Click here to view the Greater London Authority’s Indices of Deprivation 2019 page and here to read their initial analysis.