Londoners living in poverty
of Londoners live below the poverty line (after housing costs); down from 29% six years ago. In the rest of England it is 21%.
London children live in poverty (after housing costs). Children in London are more likely to live in poverty than their peers in the rest of England.
The indicators in this topic look primarily at incomes in London and how they compare with the rest of England. It does this mainly through the lens of poverty: those with incomes so low that they cannot meet fully meet their needs.
Low income: indicators
Work status and income
What is poverty?
Poverty over time
Disability and poverty
Poverty by age
Work and poverty
From our Twitter
Accelerated possession orders allow a landlord to evict tenants based solely on written evidence without a hearing. The number of accelerated possession orders in London more than doubled to 16,000 in 2015/16. There was no increase in the rest of England. #ukhousing pic.twitter.com/EWvf1fBW3T19 Jan 2018
Rates of #overcrowding in London are over twice as high as in the rest of England. This is particularly extreme in BAME communities. 13% of ethnic minority households are overcrowded, compared to 5% of white households. #ukhousing pic.twitter.com/cbEqbKMsFs18 Jan 2018