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The Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) 2004 & Quality of Life Indicators in Rugby Paul Seamer The Research Unit Warwickshire County Council Rugby Forward Co-ordinating Group 29 June 2005 Town Hall, Rugby IMD 2004 – National, County & Rugby specific context

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The Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) 2004 & Quality of Life Indicators in Rugby

Paul Seamer

The Research UnitWarwickshire County Council

Rugby Forward Co-ordinating Group29 June 2005Town Hall, Rugby


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  • IMD 2004 – National, County & Rugby specific context

  • Quality of Life – Key indicators in Rugby Borough


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IMD 2004

  • The IMD 2004 is a Super Output Area (SOA) level measure of multiple deprivation

  • Wow! – Sounds impressive, BUT what does that actually mean?


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Multiple Deprivation

  • Distinct dimensions of deprivation and disadvantage which can be idenitified and measured separately (Domains)

  • People may be counted in one or more Domains depending on the number of types of deprivation they experience


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  • IMD 2004 consists of seven distinct domains (and a number of sub-domains)

  • Each domain is built from a number of unpublished indicators (e.g. adults and children in Income Support households)


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The seven domains are:

  • Income Deprivation (with sub-domains income deprivation affecting children and older persons)

  • Employment Deprivation

  • Health Deprivation & Disability

  • Education, Skills & Training Deprivation

  • Barriers to Housing & Services

  • Crime & Disorder

  • Living Environment


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Super Output Areas

  • Super Output Areas (SOAs) are replacing electoral wards as the primary means of dissemination of small area Government (and other) statistics.

  • Built from postcode based Census Output Areas

  • Three types of SOA – lower, middle and upper layer


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  • IMD 2004 is at the lower layer: smaller than an electoral ward – c.1000-2000 people.

  • There are 32,482 SOAs (lower layer) in England; 333 in Warwickshire (cp. 105 wards)


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e.g.Overslade ward 1 ward; 5 SOAs


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  • Due to different domains, indicators and the new SOA geography forget any comparison with IMD 2000

  • A full report on IMD 2004 for Warwickshire is available at:www.warwickshire.gov.uk/deprivation


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Key Findings – Overall IMD 2004

  • 37 Warwickshire SOAs in total feature in most deprived 30% nationally

  • There are 2 Warwickshire SOAs within the most 10% deprived in England – within Bar Pool and Camp Hill wards.

  • A further 15 Warwickshire SOAs feature in most deprived 20% and a further 20 in the most deprived 30% of SOAs in England


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  • 26 of the 37 Warwickshire SOAs within the most deprived 30% nationally are in Nuneaton and Bedworth.

  • 5 are within Warwick, 4 within Rugby and 2 within North Warwickshire.

  • The 4 Rugby SOAs are within Brownsover South (worst 20%), Newbold (town centre), northern Overslade & Newbold-on-Avon.


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Warwickshire SOAs featuring in the most and least deprived nationally


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  • National comparisons are clearly useful but additional analysis in a local context is also possible (e.g. Rugby rankings 1 – 58)…

  • …and by individual domains (types of deprivation)


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Overall IMD 2004 – Rugby Context


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Income Deprivation – Rugby Context


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Employment Deprivation – Rugby Context


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Education, Skills & Training Deprivation – Rugby Context


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Health Deprivation & Disability – Rugby ContextIdentifies areas with relatively high rates of people who die prematurely or whose quality of life is impaired by poor health or who are disabled, across the whole population.


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  • Similar patterns emerge when looking at the different domains

  • SOA’s enable local level focus, but district level data is also of use, to gain a high level overview.

  • Quality of Life provides us with district level data


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Quality of Life 2004

  • QoL is comprised from a number of Economic, Social and Environmental and Natural Resource indicators.

  • Rugby borough is most closest aligned to the Warwickshire average on a number of indicators.

  • Progress in Education & Health over the last 12 months

  • Many other indicators remain unchanged.


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Indicator

Satisfaction with Health Services

Trend over time

˜

Compared with national average

. .

Compared

with Warwickshire average

q

Years of Life Lost

p

p

˜

Life Expectancy

p

p

˜

Mortality Rates

p

˜

˜

Smoking Cessation

. .

. .

. .

Key

pGood performance

˜Moderate performance

qPoor performance

. .Information not available or not applicable at District level

Health


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Pre-school Provision

Indicator

p

Trend over time

. .

Compared with national average

Compared

with Warwickshire average

˜

Key Stage 2/3 Attainment

p

p

˜

GCSE Attainment

˜

˜

˜

School Leaver Destinations

. .

. .

˜

Key

pGood performance

˜Moderate performance

qPoor performance

. .Information not available or not applicable at District level

Education

p

p

p

Unauthorised Absence from School


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Fear of Crime

Indicator

q

Trend over time

Compared with national average

. .

q

Compared

with Warwickshire average

Recorded Crime

˜

p

q

Disorder Incidents

˜

. .

q

Substance Misuse

˜

. .

q

Youth Offending

˜

. .

q

Key

pGood performance

˜Moderate performance

qPoor performance

. .Information not available or not applicable at District level

Crime & Disorder


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Bus Service Satisfaction

Indicator

Trend over time

q

. .

Compared with national average

p

Compared

with Warwickshire average

Travel to School

q

q

˜

Travel to Work

q

p

p

Traffic Volumes & Congestion

q

. .

q

Road Casualties

p

. .

˜

Cycling

q

p

p

Key

pGood performance

˜Moderate performance

qPoor performance

. .Information not available or not applicable at District level

Travel


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www.warwickshire.gov.uk/researchIMD 2004www.warwickshire.gov.uk/deprivationQuality of Life in Warwickshirewww.warwickshire.gov.uk/qualityoflife


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Further Information

  • Research Unit

  • PT&ES Department

  • Warwickshire County Council

  • 01926 412775

  • research@warwickshire.gov.uk

    "www.warwickshire.gov.uk/research


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