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Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation 2006: General Report

Published: 17 Oct 2006
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Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation 2006: General Report

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Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation 2006: General Report
Results

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Results

Overall SIMD 2006

The SIMD is designed to identify areas of high concentrations of multiple deprivation, and as such, many of the areas identified by the SIMD 2006 as multiply deprived are the same as those identified by the SIMD 2004.

The SIMD 2004 and SIMD 2006 are very strongly related to each other, although as might be expected due to change in areas over time and also improvements to the measurement of deprivation, the SIMD 2006 has identified movement of areas into and out from the 15% most deprived areas in Scotland. It is imperative to note that the rankings of data zones within the index are relative and so a data zone with a more deprived rank in SIMD 2006 may not necessarily have become more deprived in absolute terms, rather its relative position to other areas has worsened.

The SIMD 2006 was designed to measure small area multiple deprivation and not individual deprivation. However the income and employment domains can be used as proxies for individual deprivation and these are detailed in the relevant sections for these domains.

The most deprived data zone in the SIMD 2006 is in the Ferguslie area of Paisley, Renfrewshire. The least deprived data zone is in the Comely Bank area of the City of Edinburgh. Of the five most deprived data zones in the SIMD 2006, two are in Glasgow City, two are in Renfrewshire and one is in the City of Edinburgh. The five most deprived data zones in the SIMD 2004 were all in Glasgow City.

Key Points

  • Glasgow City, North Lanarkshire, and South Lanarkshire have seen relatively large decreases in their share of data zones in the 15% most deprived areas in Scotland between the SIMD 2004 and SIMD 2006.
  • Fife, Aberdeen City, Highland and Inverclyde have seen relatively large increases in their share of data zones in the 15% most deprived areas in Scotland between the SIMD 2004 and SIMD 2006.
  • The 15% most deprived data zones in SIMD 2006 contain 36 per cent (257,041) of Scotland's income deprived population and 33 per cent (134,347) of Scotland's employment deprived working age 3 population.
  • Local authority areas with the largest national shares of the 15% most deprived in Scotland are Glasgow City (34 per cent), North Lanarkshire (nine per cent), City of Edinburgh (seven per cent) and South Lanarkshire (six per cent).
  • Local authority areas with the largest local share of the 15% most deprived in SIMD 2006 are Glasgow City (48 per cent), Inverclyde (38 per cent), Dundee City (30 per cent), West Dunbartonshire (28 per cent), Clackmannanshire (23 per cent) and North Lanarkshire (20 per cent).
  • Eilean Siar, Moray, Orkney Islands and Shetland Islands do not have any data zones in the SIMD 2006 15% most deprived. This does not mean there is no deprivation in these areas rather that it is not concentrated in small areas.

Most deprived areas in SIMD 2006 by local authority

Concentrations of multiple deprivation are predominantly found in Glasgow City, which contains over half of Scotland's 5% most deprived areas and a third of Scotland's 15% most deprived areas. Other local authority areas with a considerable share of the Scotland's 15% most deprived data zones are North Lanarkshire (nine per cent), City of Edinburgh (seven per cent), South Lanarkshire (six per cent), Dundee City (five per cent) and Fife (five per cent). This should be taken in the context of the number of data zones within each local authority area (see Table 1.4).

Almost half of the data zones within Glasgow City (48 per cent) fall within the 15% most deprived in the SIMD 2006 (see Table 1.5). Other local authority areas with relatively high proportions of data zones in the 15% most deprived are: Inverclyde (38 per cent), Dundee City (30 per cent, West Dunbartonshire (28 per cent), Clackmannanshire (23 per cent) and North Lanarkshire (20 per cent). The major conurbations showing the 15% most deprived data zones nationally are shown in Map 1.7 to Map 1.10.

Eilean Siar, Moray, Orkney Islands and Shetland Islands do not have any data zones in the SIMD 2006 15% most deprived.

Movement of data zones between the SIMD 2004 and SIMD 2006

There is more movement of data zone ranks between the SIMD 2004 and SIMD 2006 in the less deprived areas that do not have high concentrations of deprivation and there is relatively less movement in the most deprived areas. Since the index is designed to look at the most deprived areas, this is to be expected.

Movement of ranks can be assessed by looking at movement between vigintiles, which divide the ranks from one to 6,505 into 5% portions. If data zones remain within the same vigintile, there has been very little movement in ranks between 2004 and 2006.

Looking at movement across all areas, 37 per cent of all 6,505 data zones remained in the same SIMD vigintile between 2004 and 2006, 80 per cent remained in the same or moved by one vigintile and 95 per cent remained in the same vigintile or moved by one or two vigintiles.

Concentrating on the 976 data zones which are the 15% most deprived areas in Scotland, 88 per cent (856) of these data zones which were in the 15% most deprived areas in SIMD 2004 remained in the 15% most deprived areas in the SIMD 2006. 120 different data zones moved into the 15% most deprived areas and 120 data zones also moved out of the 15% most deprived areas.

Of the 120 data zones moving into the 15% most deprived areas in the SIMD 2006, 89 (74 per cent) were in the 15% to 20% (vigintile 4) most deprived areas in the SIMD 2004. Of the 120 data zones, a data zone in the centre of Perth was the least deprived in SIMD 2004 (rank 1837 in SIMD 2004 and rank 947 in SIMD 2006). Over 80 of the 120 data zones moving into the 15% most deprived are ranked in the 15% most deprived for three or more SIMD 2006 domains and 85 of the 120 data zones moving into the 15% most deprived are also in the 15% most employment deprived.

Of the 120 data zones moving into the 15% most deprived in the SIMD 2006, 44 were in Regeneration Outcome Agreement ( ROA) Areas, which currently benefit from funding through the Community Regeneration Fund (see Annex 3). All of the 120 data zones moving out of the 15% most deprived between SIMD 2004 and SIMD 2006 were in ROA areas. This is to be expected as only six data zones in the 2004 SIMD 15% most deprived were not in an ROA area.

Movement of data zones between the SIMD 2004 and SIMD 2006 by local authority areas

Local authority areas that have seen a considerable decrease in the number of data zones in the most deprived areas are Glasgow City (226 data zones in 5% most deprived in 2004, 169 in 2006, 325 to 269 in the 10% most deprived and 374 to 330 in the 15% most deprived) and North Lanarkshire, South Lanarkshire and Renfrewshire (see Table 1.5).

Annex 3 shows the number of data zones moving into and out of the 15% most deprived by local authority area and a full list of data zones moving in and out of the 15% most deprived is available in the SIMD 2006 Statistical Compendium.

Local authority areas that have shown the largest increase in the number of data zones in the most deprived areas are Fife, Aberdeen City, Highland, Inverclyde and Perth & Kinross with an increase of 13, 9, 8, 6 and 6 data zones respectively.

Some local authority areas have had data zone movement within the most deprived 15%. For example South Ayrshire, South Lanarkshire and North Lanarkshire show increases in their share of the 5% most deprived areas in Scotland between 2004 and 2006, but have similar or fewer data zones in the 15% most deprived areas.

Movement of data zones between the SIMD 2004 and SIMD 2006 in urban and rural areas

In the SIMD 2006 there has been a shift in the concentration of deprived areas away from large urban areas, although they still have the majority of the 15% most deprived data zones.

In terms of the urban rural classification of data zones, there was a general reduction in the number of data zones in 'large urban areas' in the 15% most deprived in Scotland, (see Table 1.6). This decrease was compensated by an increase in 'other urban areas' and a smaller increase among 'accessible small towns', 'remote small towns' and 'remote rural areas'. In the 5% most deprived data zones in the SIMD 2004 index, 285 were in large urban areas and 35 were in other urban areas, while in SIMD 2006 these changed to 251 and 66, respectively. This pattern continues, to a lesser extent, in the 10, 15 and 20% most deprived data zones.

Population change between the SIMD 2004 and SIMD 2006

Table 1.1: Data zone total population change for data in the 15% most deprived in the SIMD 2004 and SIMD 2006

Population Change

Data zones moving into 15% MD

Count of data zones

% of data zones

Decrease greater than 20%

1

0.8

Decrease of between 5 and 20%

59

49.2

Change of less than 5%

54

45.0

Increase of between 5 and 20%

6

5.0

Increase greater than 20%

0

0.0

Total

120

100.0

Population Change

Data zones moving out of 15% MD

Count of data zones

% of data zones

Decrease greater than 20%

6

5.0

Decrease of between 5 and 20%

22

18.3

Change of less than 5%

59

49.2

Increase of between 5 and 20%

24

20.0

Increase greater than 20%

9

7.5

Total

120

100.0

Population Change

Data zones staying in 15% MD

Count of data zones

% of data zones

Decrease greater than 20%

26

3.0

Decrease of between 5 and 20%

323

37.7

Change of less than 5%

388

45.3

Increase of between 5 and 20%

102

11.9

Increase greater than 20%

17

2.0

Total

856

100.0

Source: General Register Office for Scotland, 2001 Census and 2004 SAPE. Notes: Population change is based on the difference between 2001 Census population (2004 SIMD) and 2004 SAPE (2006 SIMD).

Of the 120 data zones moving into the 15% most deprived areas in Scotland only one data zone in Bathgate, West Lothian has had a decrease in population of more than 20 percent. The largest increase was 19 per cent for a data zone also in West Lothian. Forty-five per cent of the data zones had a population change of less than 5 per cent.

Of the 120 data zones which have moved out of the 15% most deprived in Scotland between SIMD 2004 and SIMD 2006 six data zones (five per cent) have had a decrease in population of greater than 20 per cent and nine data zones (eight per cent) have had an increase of greater than 20 per cent. Half of the 120 data zones had a population change of less than five per cent (see Table 1.1).

Of the 856 data zones which remained in the 15% most deprived between the SIMD 2004 and SIMD 2006, 45 per cent had a population change of less than five per cent and 26 data zones (three per cent) had a decrease of greater than 20 per cent.

Of the 39 data zones in the whole of Scotland which have had a population decrease of greater than 20 percent, 26 have remained in the 15% most deprived (see Table 1.2).

Table 1.2: Data zone total population change between 2001 and 2004

Population Change

Count of data zones

% of data zones

Decrease greater than 20%

39

0.6

Decrease of between 5 and 20%

1,339

21.5

Change of less than 5%

3,886

59.7

Increase of between 5 and 20%

964

14.8

Increase greater than 20%

217

3.3

Total

6,505

100.0

Source: General Register Office for Scotland, 2001 Census and 2004 SAPE.
Notes: Population change is based on the difference between 2001 Census population (2004 SIMD) and 2004 SAPE (2006 SIMD).

Each domain uses the appropriate population denominators or weights in its construction. Hence, the SIMD takes into account absolute population change but not change in the population structure.

Chart 1.3: Data zones in the 15% most deprived in the overall SIMD 2006 which are also in the 15% most deprived in individual domains

image of Chart 1.3: Data zones in the 15% most deprived in the overall SIMD 2006 which are also in the 15% most deprived in individual domains

Change in the domains between SIMD 2004 and SIMD 2006

All of the domains included in the SIMD 2006 are significantly correlated with each other except for the access domain, which has a negative relationship (although not statistically significant) with each of the remaining domains (see Annex 4). This is because in Scotland, access deprivation tends to occur in remote and rural areas whilst deprivation in the other domains tends to be concentrated in urban areas.

The new crime domain generally has a slightly lower correlation with the other domains and is not significantly correlated with the housing domain.

Each SIMD 2006 domain is significantly correlated with its 2004 counterpart. Another way of analysing the correlations is to look at the numbers of data zones that show a high measure of deprivation in more than one domain. Half of the data zones in the 15% most deprived in the overall SIMD 2006 are in the 15% most deprived in five of the seven domains and almost 20 per cent are deprived in six of the seven domains (see Chart 1.3).

Table 1.4: National share of data zones in the most deprived 5, 10, 15 and 20% in the overall SIMD 2004 and SIMD 2006, by local authority area

Local Authority

5% Most deprived data zones

10% Most deprived data zones

15% Most deprived data zones

20% Most deprived data zones

SIMD 2004

SIMD 2006

SIMD 2004

SIMD 2006

SIMD 2004

SIMD 2006

SIMD 2004

SIMD 2006

no. of data zones

national share (%)

no. of data zones

national share (%)

no. of data zones

national share (%)

no. of data zones

national share (%)

no. of data zones

national share (%)

no. of data zones

national share (%)

no. of data zones

national share (%)

no. of data zones

national share (%)

Aberdeen City

2

0.6

9

2.8

8

1.2

18

2.8

18

1.8

27

2.8

27

2.1

36

2.8

Aberdeenshire

0

0.0

2

0.6

1

0.2

2

0.3

2

0.2

6

0.6

4

0.3

8

0.6

Angus

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

1

0.2

3

0.3

8

0.8

6

0.5

9

0.7

Argyll & Bute

0

0.0

2

0.6

6

0.9

4

0.6

9

0.9

10

1.0

10

0.8

11

0.8

Clackmannanshire

2

0.6

2

0.6

4

0.6

9

1.4

10

1.0

15

1.5

16

1.2

17

1.3

Dumfries & Galloway

1

0.3

2

0.6

3

0.5

6

0.9

9

0.9

11

1.1

15

1.2

16

1.2

Dundee City

9

2.8

13

4.0

34

5.2

39

6.0

51

5.2

53

5.4

75

5.8

68

5.2

East Ayrshire

7

2.2

8

2.5

13

2.0

17

2.6

28

2.9

28

2.9

40

3.1

40

3.1

East Dunbartonshire

0

0.0

1

0.3

2

0.3

2

0.3

4

0.4

3

0.3

5

0.4

6

0.5

East Lothian

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

1

0.1

3

0.2

3

0.2

East Renfrewshire

1

0.3

1

0.3

2

0.3

1

0.2

5

0.5

3

0.3

8

0.6

8

0.6

Edinburgh, City of

25

7.7

27

8.3

44

6.8

46

7.1

61

6.3

63

6.5

70

5.4

76

5.8

Eilean Siar

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

Falkirk

1

0.3

1

0.3

7

1.1

11

1.7

14

1.4

19

1.9

30

2.3

29

2.2

Fife

1

0.3

5

1.5

12

1.8

22

3.4

34

3.5

47

4.8

60

4.6

80

6.1

Glasgow City

226

69.5

169

52.0

325

49.9

269

41.3

374

38.3

330

33.8

404

31.1

371

28.5

Highland

3

0.9

3

0.9

7

1.1

8

1.2

9

0.9

17

1.7

17

1.3

24

1.8

Inverclyde

6

1.8

13

4.0

24

3.7

29

4.5

36

3.7

42

4.3

46

3.5

49

3.8

Midlothian

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

1

0.2

1

0.1

5

0.5

6

0.5

10

0.8

Moray

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

2

0.2

North Ayrshire

6

1.8

9

2.8

16

2.5

23

3.5

33

3.4

33

3.4

50

3.8

48

3.7

North Lanarkshire

9

2.8

17

5.2

44

6.8

44

6.8

103

10.6

84

8.6

152

11.7

133

10.2

Orkney Islands

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

Perth & Kinross

0

0.0

2

0.6

2

0.3

5

0.8

3

0.3

9

0.9

5

0.4

10

0.8

Renfrewshire

8

2.5

9

2.8

22

3.4

22

3.4

41

4.2

36

3.7

60

4.6

60

4.6

Scottish Borders

0

0.0

1

0.3

1

0.2

2

0.3

2

0.2

3

0.3

4

0.3

6

0.5

Shetland Islands

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

South Ayrshire

1

0.3

5

1.5

7

1.1

8

1.2

13

1.3

13

1.3

20

1.5

21

1.6

South Lanarkshire

8

2.5

13

4.0

40

6.1

37

5.7

66

6.8

56

5.7

88

6.8

80

6.1

Stirling

3

0.9

5

1.5

5

0.8

5

0.8

6

0.6

7

0.7

8

0.6

10

0.8

West Dunbartonshire

6

1.8

5

1.5

20

3.1

17

2.6

32

3.3

33

3.4

44

3.4

40

3.1

West Lothian

0

0.0

1

0.3

2

0.3

3

0.5

9

0.9

14

1.4

28

2.2

30

2.3

Scotland

325

100.0

325

100.0

651

100.0

651

100.0

976

100.0

976

100.0

1,301

100.0

1,301

100.0

Note: The national share is the number of data zones in the local authority area in the 5, 10, 15 or 20% most deprived in Scotland as a proportion of the total number of data zones in the 5, 10, 15 or 20% most deprived in Scotland.

Table 1.5: Local share of data zones in the most deprived 5, 10, 15 and 20% in the overall SIMD 2004 and SIMD 2006, by local authority are

Local Authority

No. of data zones in LA

5% Most deprived data zones

10% Most deprived data zones

15% Most deprived data zones

20% Most deprived data zones

SIMD 2004

SIMD 2006

SIMD 2004

SIMD 2006

SIMD 2004

SIMD 2006

SIMD 2004

SIMD 2006

no. of data zones

local share (%)

no. of data zones

local share (%)

no. of data zones

local share (%)

no. of data zones

local share (%)

no. of data zones

local share (%)

no. of data zones

local share (%)

no. of data zones

local share (%)

no. of data zones

local share (%)

Aberdeen City

267

2

0.7

9

3.4

8

3.0

18

6.7

18

6.7

27

10.1

27

10.1

36

13.5

Aberdeenshire

301

0

0.0

2

0.7

1

0.3

2

0.7

2

0.7

6

2.0

4

1.3

8

2.7

Angus

142

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

1

0.7

3

2.1

8

5.6

6

4.2

9

6.3

Argyll & Bute

122

0

0.0

2

1.6

6

4.9

4

3.3

9

7.4

10

8.2

10

8.2

11

9.0

Clackmannanshire

64

2

3.1

2

3.1

4

6.3

9

14.1

10

15.6

15

23.4

16

25.0

17

26.6

Dumfries & Galloway

193

1

0.5

2

1.0

3

1.6

6

3.1

9

4.7

11

5.7

15

7.8

16

8.3

Dundee City

179

9

5.0

13

7.3

34

19.0

39

21.8

51

28.5

53

29.6

75

41.9

68

38.0

East Ayrshire

154

7

4.5

8

5.2

13

8.4

17

11.0

28

18.2

28

18.2

40

26.0

40

26.0

East Dunbartonshire

127

0

0.0

1

0.8

2

1.6

2

1.6

4

3.1

3

2.4

5

3.9

6

4.7

East Lothian

120

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

1

0.8

3

2.5

3

2.5

East Renfrewshire

120

1

0.8

1

0.8

2

1.7

1

0.8

5

4.2

3

2.5

8

6.7

8

6.7

Edinburgh, City of

549

25

4.6

27

4.9

44

8.0

46

8.4

61

11.1

63

11.5

70

12.8

76

13.8

Eilean Siar

36

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

Falkirk

197

1

0.5

1

0.5

7

3.6

11

5.6

14

7.1

19

9.6

30

15.2

29

14.7

Fife

453

1

0.2

5

1.1

12

2.6

22

4.9

34

7.5

47

10.4

60

13.2

80

17.7

Glasgow City

694

226

32.6

169

24.4

325

46.8

269

38.8

374

53.9

330

47.6

404

58.2

371

53.5

Highland

292

3

1.0

3

1.0

7

2.4

8

2.7

9

3.1

17

5.8

17

5.8

24

8.2

Inverclyde

110

6

5.5

13

11.8

24

21.8

29

26.4

36

32.7

42

38.2

46

41.8

49

44.5

Midlothian

112

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

1

0.9

1

0.9

5

4.5

6

5.4

10

8.9

Moray

116

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

2

1.7

North Ayrshire

179

6

3.4

9

5.0

16

8.9

23

12.8

33

18.4

33

18.4

50

27.9

48

26.8

North Lanarkshire

418

9

2.2

17

4.1

44

10.5

44

10.5

103

24.6

84

20.1

152

36.4

133

31.8

Orkney Islands

27

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

Perth & Kinross

175

0

0.0

2

1.1

2

1.1

5

2.9

3

1.7

9

5.1

5

2.9

10

5.7

Renfrewshire

214

8

3.7

9

4.2

22

10.3

22

10.3

41

19.2

36

16.8

60

28.0

60

28.0

Scottish Borders

130

0

0.0

1

0.8

1

0.8

2

1.5

2

1.5

3

2.3

4

3.1

6

4.6

Shetland Islands

30

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

0

0.0

South Ayrshire

147

1

0.7

5

3.4

7

4.8

8

5.4

13

8.8

13

8.8

20

13.6

21

14.3

South Lanarkshire

398

8

2.0

13

3.3

40

10.1

37

9.3

66

16.6

56

14.1

88

22.1

80

20.1

Stirling

110

3

2.7

5

4.5

5

4.5

5

4.5

6

5.5

7

6.4

8

7.3

10

9.1

West Dunbartonshire

118

6

5.1

5

4.2

20

16.9

17

14.4

32

27.1

33

28.0

44

37.3

40

33.9

West Lothian

211

0

0.0

1

0.5

2

0.9

3

1.4

9

4.3

14

6.6

28

13.3

30

14.2

Scotland

6,505

325

5.0

325

5.0

651

10.0

651

10.0

976

15.0

976

15.0

1,301

20.0

1,301

20.0

Note: The local share is the number of data zones in the local authority area in the 5, 10, 15 or 20% most deprived in Scotland as a proportion of the total number of data zones in the local authority area.

Table 1.6: Share of data zones in the most deprived 5, 10, 15 and 20% nationally in the overall SIMD 2004 and SIMD 2006, by urban-rural classification

Urban Rural

5% Most deprived data zones

10% Most deprived data zones

15% Most deprived data zones

20% Most deprived data zones

SIMD 2004

SIMD 2006

SIMD 2004

SIMD 2006

SIMD 2004

SIMD 2006

SIMD 2004

SIMD 2006

No. of data zones

National share (%)

No. of data zones

National share (%)

No. of data zones

National share (%)

No. of data zones

National share (%)

No. of data zones

National share (%)

No. of data zones

National share (%)

No. of data zones

National share (%)

No. of data zones

National share (%)

Large Urban Areas

285

87.7

251

77.2

498

76.5

459

70.5

674

69.1

626

64.1

807

62.0

770

59.2

Other Urban Areas

35

10.8

66

20.3

123

18.9

164

25.2

228

23.4

277

28.4

340

26.1

381

29.3

Accessible Small Towns

1

0.3

5

1.5

8

1.2

11

1.7

34

3.5

36

3.7

77

5.9

78

6.0

Remote Small Towns

0

0.0

1

0.3

9

1.4

10

1.5

15

1.5

19

1.9

22

1.7

29

2.2

Accessible Rural

4

1.2

0

0.0

12

1.8

4

0.6

23

2.4

12

1.2

48

3.7

30

2.3

Remote Rural

0

0.0

2

0.6

1

0.2

3

0.5

2

0.2

6

0.6

7

0.5

13

1.0

Scotland

325

100.0

325

100.0

651

100.0

651

100.0

976

100.0

976

100.0

1,301

100.0

1,301

100.0

Source: SIMD 2004 data are grouped using the Scottish Executive Urban Rural Classification of 2003-2004 and the SIMD 2006 data are grouped using the Urban-Rural Classification 2005-2006.

Map 1.7: The 15% most deprived data zones nationally in the overall SIMD 2004 and SIMD 2006, Glasgow City and surrounding area

image of Map 1.7: The 15% most deprived data zones nationally in the overall SIMD 2004 and SIMD 2006, Glasgow City and surrounding area

Map 1.8: The 15% most deprived data zones nationally in the overall SIMD 2004 and SIMD 2006, City of Edinburgh, Fife and the Lothians

image of Map 1.8: The 15% most deprived data zones nationally in the overall SIMD 2004 and SIMD 2006, City of Edinburgh, Fife and the Lothians

Map 1.9: The 15% most deprived data zones nationally in the overall SIMD 2004 and SIMD 2006, Aberdeen City

image of Map 1.9: The 15% most deprived data zones nationally in the overall SIMD 2004 and SIMD 2006, Aberdeen City

Map 1.10: The 15% most deprived data zones nationally in the overall SIMD 2004 and SIMD 2006, Dundee City

image of Map 1.10: The 15% most deprived data zones nationally in the overall SIMD 2004 and SIMD 2006, Dundee City