Overview of London Boroughs
The table shows how London boroughs are doing on a suite of poverty and inequality indicators from a cross-section of topics. The darker the colour, the worse the problem. Boroughs are grouped by sub-region, showing that the eastern boroughs perform worst on average across the indicators here. The final column shows an average rank across the selection of indicators.
From our Twitter
22% of employees aged 16-24 are in insecure work. This is more than double the rate for any other age group. pic.twitter.com/rrxzdCquq123 Mar 2018
19% of new housing delivered in #Kingston in the last three years was social housing, affordable housing or shared ownership accommodation. This is below the London average of 24%. pic.twitter.com/eX3uUmDlSH23 Mar 2018
The percentage of 19 year olds without Level 3 Qualifications [A Level equivalent] has fallen throughout London over the last decade. It is improving more quickly in Inner London than Outer London. pic.twitter.com/2OeBeIBfpf22 Mar 2018