Britain's poorest & richest neighbourhoods revealed – did your hometown make the list? | The Sun

BRITAIN'S poorest and richest neighbourhoods have been revealed – is your hometown on the list?

New data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows the rankings.

The order has been determined based on gross disposable household income (GDHI).

GDHI is the amount of money all the individuals in the home earn after they've paid tax and received any benefits.

The majority of the areas in the bottom five are in the Midlands.

Nottingham came out as the poorest area in the country.


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Figures suggest the GDHI per head was only £13,952.

Meanwhile, the top five best earnings neighbourhoods are all London-based.

Despite this, London still suffered some of the biggest decrease in GDHI.

Westminster dropped by 8.6 per cent while Camden and City of London plummeted six per cent.

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The figures were taken from the year 2020.

The bottom five areas based on gross disposable income:

  • Nottingham
  • Leicester
  • Blackburn with Darwen
  • Sandwell
  • Coventry

The top fiveareas based on gross disposable income:

  • Kensington and Chelsea, Hammersmith and Fulham
  • Westminster
  • Camden and City of London
  • Wandsworth
  • Hounslow and Richmond upon Thames

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