JSNA Bitesize on the 2019 Indices of Multiple Deprivation is now available on Oxfordshire Insight showing that..
- Oxfordshire is the 10th least deprived of 151 upper-tier local authorities in England (similar to the rank of 11th out of 152 upper-tier LAs in 2015).
- Since the last release in 2015, Cherwell has become relatively more deprived and Oxford has become relatively less deprived.
- South Oxfordshire, Vale of White Horse and West Oxfordshire districts have remained similarly ranked.
- Oxfordshire has one area within the 10% most deprived areas nationally (within Northfield Brook ward, south east Oxford), down from two areas in this decile in 2015. The area no longer in the top 10% most deprived is part of Rose Hill & Iffley ward.
- A further 16 areas are among the 20% most deprived nationally (compared with 13 in 2015).
- Parts of Banbury and Littlemore ward have shown the greatest change in ranking within this group of LSOAs.
For the source data and full results check out the IMD 2019 results and methodology from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government and there is a range of interactive IoD mapping resources (these work better in some browsers than others).
Further reports on the latest IMD results for Oxfordshire are in development.