Kensington and Chelsea (choose a different area)
Results are returned in Excel format or as Comma Separated Values (CSV) for easy re-use in your preferred application, e.g. spreadsheet, GIS system or database.
The output file lists all the postcodes within the selected area, the Lower-layer Super Output Area (LSOA) that the postcode falls within, and the deprivation data for that LSOA.
The following deprivation data are available for selection: deciles, ranks and, where appropriate, scores, for the Index of Multiple Deprivation, the seven domain indices and the Income Deprivation Affecting Children and Older People Indices. Find out more about these measures and the Indices of Deprivation on opendatacommunities.org and gov.uk.
Note that some postcodes cross over LSOA boundaries. The Office for National Statistics sets boundaries for LSOAs and allocates every postcode to one LSOA only: this is the one which contains the majority of residents in that postcode area (as at 2011 Census).