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Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation (SIMD) 2009 Glasgow City Council Matt Perkins Office of the Chief Statistician 6

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  1. Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation (SIMD) 2009Glasgow City CouncilMatt PerkinsOffice of the Chief Statistician6th November 2009

  2. SIMD 2009 • Methodology / points to watch • Results • Overall • LA (Local and National Share) • Income and Employment domains • Outputs

  3. What is the SIMD? • The Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation identifies small area concentrations of multiple deprivation across all of Scotland • The SIMD ranks the 6,505 datazones in Scotland from 1 being most deprived to 6,505 being the least deprived in Scotland. • Relative measure so always a most deprived 15% (976 datazones)

  4. Calculating the SIMD 2009 • Minimise change since SIMD 2006 to ensure comparability • 38 indicators across 7 aspects of deprivation (domains) • Same domains in SIMD 2009 • No change to domain weights • Some changes to indicators • Mostly 2007 / 2008 data • 2007 populations

  5. What is included in the SIMD 2009? • Income domain – including tax credits • Employment domain – no change • Education domain – NEET indicator • Health domain – very minor changes • Access domain – methodology changes • Crime domain – move to FY data • Housing domain – still Census data

  6. Points to watch • Data from 2007 and 2008 means the recent economic downturn not picked up but it is unlikely to have a large effect on the relative differences across Scotland. • Changes to methodology so care is needed when comparing over time eg crime domain, tax credit data. • The least deprived area is not the most affluent, it just lacks deprivation eg in the income domain there is a lack of benefit claimants • Not all people who are deprived live in deprived areas. • And not everyone living in a deprived area is deprived. • 36% of income deprived people live in the 15% most deprived areas 64% live out with 15% most deprived.

  7. SIMD 2009 Main findings

  8. SIMD 2009 – Main findings • Improvements in Glasgow • Concentrations of multiple deprivation becoming more spread out geographically • Concentrations of deprivation in most deprived datazones reduced slightly • 4 in 5 datazones that moved out of 15% between 04 and 06 stayed out. • 4 in 5 datazones in 15% most deprived on SIMD 2009 were in the 15% most deprived on SIMD 2004 and SIMD 2006

  9. Change in Glasgow

  10. SIMD 2009 – National Share 5% *The national share is the number/percentage of datazones in the 15% most deprived in Scotland that fall in each Local Authority

  11. SIMD 2009 – National Share 10% *The national share is the number/percentage of datazones in the 15% most deprived in Scotland that fall in each Local Authority

  12. SIMD 2009 – National Share (15%) *The national share is the number/percentage of datazones in the 15% most deprived in Scotland that fall in each Local Authority

  13. SIMD 2009 – Main findings • Improvements in Glasgow • Concentrations of multiple deprivation becoming more spread out geographically • Concentrations of deprivation in most deprived datazones reduced slightly • 4 in 5 datazones that moved out of 15% between 04 and 06 stayed out. • 4 in 5 datazones in 15% most deprived on SIMD 2009 were in the 15% most deprived on SIMD 2004 and SIMD 2006

  14. SIMD 2009 – National Share *The national share is the number/percentage of datazones in the 15% most deprived in Scotland that fall in each Local Authority

  15. SIMD 2009 – Local Share of 15% *The local share is the percentage of datazones within a Local Authority that fall within the 15% most deprived in Scotland

  16. SIMD 2009 – Main findings • Improvements in Glasgow • Concentrations of multiple deprivation becoming more spread out geographically • Concentrations of deprivation in most deprived datazones reduced slightly • 4 in 5 datazones that moved out of 15% between 04 and 06 stayed out. • 4 in 5 datazones in 15% most deprived on SIMD 2009 were in the 15% most deprived on SIMD 2004 and SIMD 2006

  17. Datazones in the 15% most deprived overall

  18. SIMD 2009 – Main findings • Improvements in Glasgow • Concentrations of multiple deprivation becoming more spread out geographically • Concentrations of deprivation in most deprived datazones reduced slightly • 4 in 5 datazones that moved out of 15% between SIMD 2004 and SIMD 2006 stayed out. • 4 in 5 datazones in 15% most deprived on SIMD 2009 were in the 15% most deprived on SIMD 2004 and SIMD 2006

  19. Datazone movement

  20. Datazone movement by vigintile

  21. SIMD 2009 Domains

  22. Employment domain

  23. Income domain

  24. SIMD 2009 outputs

  25. Where to find more.. • General report with initial analysis • Technical report • Guidance leaflet • Interactive mapping website • Statistical Compendium • tables, charts & maps • Background data for SIMD 2006 • www.scotland.gov.uk/simd • More to come…

  26. Interactive mapping website

  27. Interactive mapping

  28. ANY QUESTIONS? • Contacts: • Matt Perkins • Tel: 0131 244 0443 • niamh.laffan@scotland.gsi.gov.uk • Neighbourhood Statistics (SNS & SIMD) • Tel: 0131 244 0442 • neighbourhoodstatistics@scotland.gov.uk