These maps show selected elements of the Indices of Deprivation 2019 mapped by national and county quintiles. Each Lower Super Output Area (LSOA) will fall within a quintile. National and County quintiles may be significantly different so one LSOA may fall with the most deprived COUNTY quintile yet nationally (when compared against all of England's LSOAs) may appear in a less deprived quintile/banding. For the county quintile maps there will always be 20% of Gloucestershire's LSOAs in each of the 5 quintiles. Please bear this in mind when looking at the County Quintile maps.
DISCLAIMER: Every 10 years, alongside the release of the Census data, the ONS redraw the boundaries for our statistical geographies. Approximately 10% of Lower Super Output Areas (LSOAs) in the county changed in 2021. Data published before this date will use the old 2011 LSOAs and some government departments will continue to use the old 2011 LSOAs for a number of years. Following the release of the 2021 LSOAs the “Local Names” for each LSOA (e.g. WESTGATE 1) have changed, some areas may have the same Local Name but refer to different areas with different boundaries. When doing comparisons between different data sets please use the LSOA codes as well as the names to check whether areas are comparable, you can also check the 2011 and 2021 LSOA boundaries using our Boundary Atlas to view any boundary changes and name changes between 2011 and 2021.