PLEASE NOTE: The 2015 IMD has now been released. Click here to view the 2015 data.
This file contains all the ID2010 data for London at LSOA, ward 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
The details of the GLA calculations, analysis and maps illustrating the results can be found in
The ID2010 replace the Indices of Deprivation 2007 (ID2007) as the Government’s official measure of deprivation from the Department for Communities and Local Government. The Indices show London remains an area of mixed fortunes, with some wealthier areas alongside pockets of deprivation across the capital. The indices help to pinpoints those areas where there is greatest need on a number of dimensions of deprivation.
The GLA Intelligence Unit has authored a briefing presenting the key findings for London from the 2010 Indices (below).
The underlying indicators at LSOA level for the ID2010 are available in a zip file on the CLG website.
Data for previous editions of the Indices of Deprivation are available here
In July 2013, Public Health England (PHE) published IMD2010 data adjustments to align scores with 2011 LSOA boundaries. The figures have neither been quality assured nor endorsed by DCLG. The adjusted scores can be used for analytical purposes where data are required for 2011 LSOA-level geographies. The adjusted scores do not replace DCLG's official 2010 English Indices of Deprivation, which are based on 2001 LSOA boundaries.
Two sets of scores are provided: for the overall Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) and for the Income Domain. Each file contains a set of adjusted scores, with details of how the adjustments were made.
The adjusted scores have also been used to assign 2011 LSOAs to deprivation quintiles/deciles within England as a whole and also within English regions, counties, and local authorities.
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