Earl's Court Kensington and Chelsea 017B


In the latest Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) this area was ranked 13,588 out of 32,844 in England, where 1 was the most deprived and 32,844 the least.

This is broken down further by income; employment; health; education, barriers to services; living environment; and crime.

Overall: 41% Better than 41% of areas in England

10% Complete (poor)
40% Complete (good)
-9% Complete (very good)

Income Deprivation: 60% Better than 60% of areas in England

10% Complete (poor)
40% Complete (good)
10% Complete (very good)

Employment: 72% Better than 72% of areas in England

10% Complete (poor)
40% Complete (good)
22% Complete (very good)

Health: 79% Better than 79% of areas in England

10% Complete (poor)
40% Complete (good)
29% Complete (very good)

Education: 96% Better than 96% of areas in England

10% Complete (poor)
40% Complete (good)
46% Complete (very good)

Barriers to Services: 23% Better than 23% of areas in England

10% Complete (poor)
13% Complete (good)
0% Complete (very good)

Living Environment: 0% Better than 0% of areas in England

0% Complete (poor)
0% Complete (good)
0% Complete (very good)

Crime: 10% Better than 10% of areas in England

10% Complete (poor)
0% Complete (good)
0% Complete (very good)

Full details of the Index of Deprivation are available from the UK Government Website English indices of deprivation 2015.

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  • Deprivation Index last published: 2015 (England), 2014 (Wales), 2012 (Scotland)
  • Census last published for 2011
  • School league tables published annually
  • House prices published quaterly