Is Wolverhampton a deprived area?

Is Wolverhampton a deprived area?

Wolverhampton is one of the most deprived areas in the West Midlands, according to the latest figures.

Where are the 20 most deprived areas in the UK?

Top twenty most deprived regions in the UK

  • Tendring- around St Osyth and Seawick.
  • Blackpool- the Area near The Central Pier.
  • Blackpool- Around the Promenade by the North Pier.
  • Thanet- In Cliftonville West.
  • Blackpool- in the Region by the South Pier.
  • Tendring- in the Area by Clacton-On-The-Sea.

Where is the most deprived place in the UK?

In 2010, Jaywick was assessed as the most deprived area in England. In September 2015, it was again named as the most deprived, according to the indices of deprivation based on several factors including: poverty, crime, education and skill levels, unemployment and housing, after being assessed in 2012–13.

What are the most deprived areas in Wolverhampton?

The map shows that the most deprived wards in Wolverhampton are Bushbury South & Low Hill, St Peters and Bilston East. Wolverhampton has: • 2 LSOAs ranked within the 1% most deprived in England.

What is the population of Wolverhampton 2021?

Wolverhampton Population 2021

Year Population Growth Rate
2021 223,062 0.59%
2020 221,754
2011 210,319
2001 200,490

What is the poorest borough in the UK?

Modeled poverty rates by London borough (2013/2014) According to these, the boroughs with the highest proportion of people living in poverty are Tower Hamlets (39%), Newham (37%) and Hackney (36%).

How much of UK is deprived?

In Adur, 10.8% of the population was income-deprived in 2019. Of the 316 local authorities in England (excluding the Isles of Scilly), Adur is ranked 163rd most income-deprived.