London child poverty

The Campaign to End Child Poverty has today published new figures that provide a child poverty map for London. The figures reveal the high levels of poverty in capital, and the wide disparities between local areas.

Child poverty figures released for London

The Campaign to End Child Poverty has today published new figures that provide a child poverty map of the whole of the UK.

The figures reveal the high levels of poverty in London, and the wide disparities between local areas. Below is a breakdown of how those figures look in the capital.

  • Barking and Dagenham 31%
  • Barnet 17%
  • Bexley 15%
  • Brent 26%
  • Bromley 13%
  • Camden 28%
  • City of London 12%
  • Croydon 21%
  • Ealing 23%
  • Enfield 29%
  • Greenwich 24%
  • Hackney 30%
  • Hammersmith and Fulham 25%
  • Haringey 30%
  • Harrow 17%
  • Havering 15%
  • Hillingdon 19%
  • Hounslow 22%
  • Islington 34%
  • Kensington and Chelsea 19%
  • Kingston upon Thames 11% Lambeth 26%
  • Lewisham 24%
  • Merton 14%
  • Newham 32%
  • Redbridge 21%
  • Richmond upon Thames 7%
  • Southwark 24%
  • Sutton 13%
  • Tower Hamlets 42%
  • Waltham Forest 27%
  • Wandsworth 16%
  • Westminster 30%