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most deprived local authority out of 326 in the Employment domain.
deprived of all Derby wards.
All LSOA’s in Arboretum are in the most deprived 20% nationally.
Arboretum’s mean annual income is considerably lower than that of the
city average and
over a third lower than that of the East Midlands average.
Table 9: Arboretum Mean Annual Income Compared to Derby and East Midlands
There is however a pocket of considerably higher annual income in the west of the ward
around Vicarage Avenue.
Figure 13: Mean Income by Output Area (OA), CACI Paycheck 2011
CACI Ltd, Paycheck, 2010
50% higher than that of the city average and almost 70% higher than that of the East
Table 10: Arboretum Percentage of Households with Annual Income Under £15k Compared
There are areas with higher levels of mean annual income under £15k in the ward; to the
Figure 14: Percentage of Households with Income Under £15k by OA, CACI Paycheck 2011
CACI Ltd, Paycheck, 2010
Five indicators are used to calculate this domain of the overall Indices of Multiple Deprivation
2010. They are:
Adults and children in income-based Jobse
Adults and children in certain Child Tax Credit families
Asylum seekers receiving subsistence/accommodation support.
Derby is ranked the 62
most deprived local authority out of 326 in the Income domain.
Arboretum is among the 20% most deprived wards in the country and is ranked the most
Less Carbon Emissions from Industry and Transport
This will be measured via AEA and available only at city level.
Travel to work
average in the city and is the lowest proportion of any ward, whilst the proportion travelling to
work on foot is well above average.
Distance Travelled to Work
above the city average of 56%. A further 8% of the working population work from home.
Approximately 2% of the working population travel between 5 and 10 kilometres, compared
There are a number of local congestion problems, particularly along the inner ring road at its
intersection with London Road, in the Agard Street area, Charnwood Street area, at the
termination of Uttoxeter Road and at its junctions with the A52 east and west.
There are also local problems at the junction of Douglas Street and Osmaston Road and at
It is possible that a number of these hotspots may have been mitigated through the
completion of the 'Connecting Derby', inner ring road scheme.
More Good Quality Affordable Housing
The measure is currently under development and will be signed off shortly and it should be
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this will be available for 2011 at a later date