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The Indices of Deprivation (ID) 2019 replace the ID2015 as the Government’s official measure of deprivation from the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government. The profile and pattern of deprivation in Brent remains similar to 2015, and relative to other areas in England, the borough has improved its rankings nationally. A similar picture is seen across London: most boroughs have seen an improvement in their rankings relative to areas outside the capital.

The ID2019 data for the whole of England are available on this MHCLG web page.

For an interactive mapping tool, please click here

This report is part of the JSNA (Joint Strategic Needs Assessment) which looks at the current and future health and care needs of the local population. The JSNA explores the wider social factors that impact a person’s health and wellbeing, to inform the commissioning of health services within the borough.

A list of all JSNA reports can be found on the Brent Joint Strategic Needs Assessment 2019/20 open data page.

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UK Open Government Licence (OGL v3)

Geographic Coverage:
  • Alperton
  • Barnhill
  • Brent
  • Brondesbury Park
  • Dollis Hill
  • Dudden Hill
  • Fryent
  • Harlesden
  • Kensal Green
  • Kenton
  • Kilburn
  • Mapesbury
  • Northwick Park
  • Preston
  • Queens Park
  • Queensbury
  • Stonebridge
  • Sudbury
  • Tokyngton
  • Welsh Harp
  • Wembley Central
  • Willesden Green
Contact:

Brent Council - Business Intelligence Team (open.data@brent.gov.uk)