Our neighbourhood rating is based on a combination of the rural/urban-ness of a place (urban = worse in terms of risk) and the Index of Multiple Deprivation – we compile this information from the official statistical bodies linked below.

Please note that even “reasonably affluent” areas can score fairly low on the index of multiple deprivation – it’s not making a judgement on your wealth or delightful street – it’s more an indication of the range in the area.

Please follow the links below to see our data sources.

England 

Rural/urban-ness ons.gov.uk
Indices of deprivation gov.uk

Wales 

Rural/urban-ness ons.gov.uk
Indices of deprivation gov.wales

Scotland

Rural/urban-ness gov.scot
Indices of deprivation gov.scot

Northern Ireland

Rural/urban-ness nisra.gov.uk
Indices of deprivation nisra.gov.uk

Contains National Statistics data © Crown copyright and database right [2017]  
Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0

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