Deprivation

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Windsor and Maidenhead
Deprivation at a glance...
8%
Percentage of children
living in low income
families
(2016)
6%
Percentage of households
experiencing
fuel poverty
(2018)
1
Homeless and in
priority need
1,000 households
(2017-2018)
Index of Multiple Deprivation| Windsor and Maidenhead
The Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) 2019 is the official measure of relative deprivation for small areas (or neighbourhoods) in England.  The IMD ranks every small area (Lower Super Output Area) in England from 1 (most deprived) to 32,844 (least deprived). For larger areas we can look at the proportion of LSOAs within the area that lie within each decile.  Decile 1 represents the most deprived 10% of LSOAs in England while decile 10 shows the least deprived 10% of LSOAs.
Index of Multiple Deprivation
50.56 % (areas: 45) 11.24 % (areas: 10) 12.36 % (areas: 11) 6.74 % (areas: 6) 5.62 % (areas: 5) 8.99 % (areas: 8) 3.37 % (areas: 3) 1.12 % (areas: 1) 0.00 % (areas: 0) 0.00 % (areas: 0) Proportion of LSOAs in Windsor and Maidenhead by Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) Decile
The Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) combines information from seven domains to produce an overall relative measure of deprivation. The domains are: Income; Employment; Education; Skills and Training; Health and Disability; Crime; Barriers to Housing Services; Living Environment. Each domain is given a weighting and is based on a basket of indicators.
Income domain
41.57 % (areas: 37) 12.36 % (areas: 11) 10.11 % (areas: 9) 11.24 % (areas: 10) 8.99 % (areas: 8) 5.62 % (areas: 5) 7.87 % (areas: 7) 2.25 % (areas: 2) 0.00 % (areas: 0) 0.00 % (areas: 0) Proportion of LSOAs in  Windsor and Maidenhead by Income Decile
The Income Deprivation Domain measures the proportion of the population in an area experiencing deprivation relating to low income. The definition of low income used includes both those people that are out-of-work, and those that are in work but who have low earnings(and who satisfy therespective means tests).
Employment domain
47.19 % (areas: 42) 16.85 % (areas: 15) 6.74 % (areas: 6) 7.87 % (areas: 7) 8.99 % (areas: 8) 3.37 % (areas: 3) 6.74 % (areas: 6) 2.25 % (areas: 2) 0.00 % (areas: 0) 0.00 % (areas: 0) Proportion of LSOAs in  Windsor and Maidenhead by Employment Decile
The Employment Deprivation measures the proportion of the working-age population in an area involuntarily excluded from the labour market. This includes people who would like to work but are unable to do so due to unemployment, sickness or disability, or caring responsibilities.
Education domain
40.45 % (areas: 36) 13.48 % (areas: 12) 13.48 % (areas: 12) 2.25 % (areas: 2) 8.99 % (areas: 8) 5.62 % (areas: 5) 6.74 % (areas: 6) 6.74 % (areas: 6) 2.25 % (areas: 2) 0.00 % (areas: 0) Proportion of LSOAs in  Windsor and Maidenhead by Education, Skills and Training Decile
The Education, Skills and Training Domain measures the lack of attainment and skills in the local population. The indicators fall into two sub-domains: one relating to children and young people and one relating to adult skills. These two sub-domains are designed to reflect the 'flow' and 'stock' of educational disadvantage within an area respectively.
Health domain
53.93 % (areas: 48) 12.36 % (areas: 11) 16.85 % (areas: 15) 3.37 % (areas: 3) 4.49 % (areas: 4) 1.12 % (areas: 1) 4.49 % (areas: 4) 2.25 % (areas: 2) 1.12 % (areas: 1) 0.00 % (areas: 0) Proportion of LSOAs in Windsor and Maidenhead by Health Deprivation and Disability Decile
The Health Deprivation and Disability Domain measures the risk of premature death and the impairment of quality of life through poor physical and mental health. The domain measures morbidity, disability and premature mortality but not aspects of behaviour or environment that may be predictive of future health deprivation.
Crime domain
19.10 % (areas: 17) 19.10 % (areas: 17) 13.48 % (areas: 12) 20.22 % (areas: 18) 12.36 % (areas: 11) 5.62 % (areas: 5) 4.49 % (areas: 4) 2.25 % (areas: 2) 3.37 % (areas: 3) 0.00 % (areas: 0) Proportion of LSOAs in Windsor and Maidenhead by Crime Decile
Crime is an important feature of deprivation that has major effects on individuals and communities. The Crime Domain measures the risk of personal and material victimisation at local level.
Barriers to housing and services domain
6.74 % (areas: 6) 14.61 % (areas: 13) 19.10 % (areas: 17) 14.61 % (areas: 13) 10.11 % (areas: 9) 4.49 % (areas: 4) 7.87 % (areas: 7) 12.36 % (areas: 11) 7.87 % (areas: 7) 2.25 % (areas: 2) Proportion of LSOAs in Windsor and Maidenhead by Barriers to Housing and Services Decile
The Barriers to Housing and Services Domain measures the physical and financial accessibility of housing and local services. The indicators fall into two sub-domains: 'geographical barriers', which relate to the physical proximity of local services, and 'wider barriers'which includes issues relating to access to housing such as affordability.
Living environment domain
3.37 % (areas: 3) 21.35 % (areas: 19) 22.47 % (areas: 20) 23.60 % (areas: 21) 7.87 % (areas: 7) 5.62 % (areas: 5) 5.62 % (areas: 5) 4.49 % (areas: 4) 4.49 % (areas: 4) 1.12 % (areas: 1) Proportion of LSOAs in Windsor and Maidenhead by Living Environment Decile
The Living Environment Deprivation Domain measures the quality of the local environment. The indicators fall into two sub-domains. The 'indoors' living environment measures the quality of housing; while the 'outdoors' living environment contains measures of air quality and road traffic accidents.
Children in low income families| Windsor and Maidenhead
Children in low income families
#color:0xD1D0D5 England  Families with Relative Low Income: 18.4 #color:0xD1D0D5 England  Families with Absolute Low Income: 15.3 #color:0x827676 South East  Families with Relative Low Income: 13.7 #color:0x827676 South East  Families with Absolute Low Income: 12 #color:0x0167BB Windsor and Maidenhead  Families with Relative Low Income: 8.4 #color:0x0167BB Windsor and Maidenhead  Families with Absolute Low Income: 7.4 Percentage of children in low income families for Windsor and Maidenhead for 2018-2019
Windsor and MaidenheadSouth EastEngland
Count%Count%Count%
Children under 16 living in families with Absolute Low Income2,2697.4210,150121,644,33515.3
Children under 16 living in families with Relative Low Income2,5558.4240,96413.71,982,94818.4
This is the number of children in families (not households), whereby income is less than 60% of median income Before Housing Costs (BHC) in both Absolute (2010 to 2011 index) and Relative terms is derived from analyses of family income over the entire tax year. Income is defined as Gross Personal Income from benefits/tax credits, from employment and self-employment, and from occupational pensions.

Fuel Poverty| Windsor and Maidenhead
Households that experience fuel poverty
#color:0xD1D0D5 England  Percentage of households in fuel poverty: 10.3 #color:0x827676 South East  Percentage of households in fuel poverty: 7.9 #color:0x0167BB Windsor and Maidenhead  Percentage of households in fuel poverty: 6.1 Households in fuel poverty for Windsor and Maidenhead for 2018
Windsor and MaidenheadSouth EastEngland
Count%Count%Count%
Households in fuel poverty3,8296.1301,3177.92,400,29710.3
Homelessness| Windsor and Maidenhead
Numbers accepted as being homeless and in priority need
#color:0xD1D0D5 England  Homeless and in priority need: 2.41 #color:0x827676 South East  Homeless and in priority need: 2.04 #color:0x0167BB Windsor and Maidenhead  Homeless and in priority need: 0.87 Homeless and in priority need for Windsor and Maidenhead for 2017-2018
Windsor and MaidenheadSouth EastEngland
CountPer 1,000CountPer 1,000CountPer 1,000
Homeless and in priority need - per 1,000 households540.97,730256,5802.4
Out of work benefits| Windsor and Maidenhead
Children in Out of Work Benefit Claimant households in Windsor and Maidenhead
#color:0x0167BB Windsor and Maidenhead  Aged 16-18: 185 #color:0x0167BB Windsor and Maidenhead  Aged 11-15: 380 #color:0x0167BB Windsor and Maidenhead  Aged 5-10: 510 #color:0x0167BB Windsor and Maidenhead  Aged 0-4: 530 Number of children in Out of Work Benefit Claimant households for Windsor and Maidenhead for 2017
Windsor and MaidenheadSouth EastEngland
Children aged 0-453063,900528,100
Children aged 5-1051061,690532,680
Children aged 11-1538042,360378,170
Children aged 16-1818519,130174,000
These are households where at least one parent or guardian claimed one or more of the following out-of-work benefits: Jobseeker’s Allowance, Income Support, Employment and Support Allowance, Incapacity Benefit/Severe Disablement Allowance, Pension Credit or Universal Credit at 31 May of the relevant year. A claimant may be in receipt of a combination of any of these benefits.
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