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Demographics Lower Super Output Area
  • Updated a year ago

    Indices of Deprivation 2015

    This file contains all the ID2015 data for London at LSOA and borough level. Please take the time to read the notes which accompany the data in the file. It has sheets for the CLG published LSOA overall IMD and domains (rank and score), LSOA sub domains (rank and score), LSOA IDACI/IDAOPI, borough level IMD summary measures, borough level domain summary measures, borough level IDACI/IDAOPI, population figures, underlying indic...
  • Updated 2 years ago

    Super Output Area Population (LSOA, MSOA), London

    Lower and Middle Super Output Area populations by single year of age for both current and previous boundaries. Data for previous boundaries has been apportioned by the Greater London Authority. Areas that have merged were calculated using proportions from previous Mid-year population estimates (pre-revision) and applying it to the current estimates. Data downloads: Lower Super Output Areas (LSOA) - current LSOA boundaries (2011) (ZIP...
  • Updated 3 years ago

    LSOA Atlas

    The LSOA atlas provides a summary of demographic and related data for each Lower Super Output Area in Greater London. The average population of an LSOA in London in 2010 was 1,722 compared with 8,346 for an MSOA and 13,078 for a ward. The profiles are designed to provide an overview of the population in these small areas by combining a range of data on the population, diversity, households, health, housing, crime, benefits, land use, d...
  • Updated 4 years ago

    Children in Poverty NI116

    Key findings More than one in four of London’s children were in poverty in 2010. Child poverty rates have fallen in London on this measure, but are still higher than in any other region of the UK. Four boroughs, Tower Hamlets, Islington, Westminster and Redbridge, include pockets where more than three in five children were in poverty. Over the last four years, most boroughs have seen decreases in the percentage of children i...