While IMD is principally used for looking at small areas DCLG does provide some summary data for larger areas e.g. Local Authorities. However, the pattern of deprivation across large areas can be complex. In some areas, deprivation is concentrated in pockets, rather than evenly spread throughout. In some other areas the opposite picture is seen, with deprivation spread relatively evenly throughout the area, and with no highly deprived areas. Care needs to be taken when using the summary values due to the effects of averaging.
This report shows information on IMD and the underlying domain indices.
More information on IMD can be found here https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/english-indices-of-deprivation-2015
London wide deprivation comparison of average score.
The chart below shows a comparison for all London boroughs based on the their average score (low score = less deprived, high score = more deprived). The average score is calculated by averaging the LSOA scores in each larger area after they have been population weighted.
How does Havering rank across the different deprivation indices?
Scores are calculated across a number of domains. The table and chart below show details on how Havering ranks in each of those domains. Ranks are out of the 152 upper tier local authorities with a rank of 1 being the most deprived.
Deprivation within Havering
The pie chart shows the proportion of LSOAs within Havering that lie within each decile. Decile 1 represents the most deprived 10% of LSOAs in England while decile 10 shows the least deprived 10% of areas.