Rising levels of poverty has been seen in the outer London while poor neighborhood in central London is reducing according to a report from a recently concluded analysis of official deprivation data.
Eastern centre is still known to have the poorest places in the capital but there are still heightening fear that poverty is being pushed out into the suburbs area amid the evidence of a significant increase in deprived areas in the outer london between 2004 and 2010.
The findings are also notable in areas that saw rioting in 2011. 22 neighbourhoods have become more deprived in Enfield and Haringey while in Ealing and Hillingdon 33 have and in Croydon and Sutton 75 have. Only 20 neighbourhoods in those three London assembly areas have become less deprived according to London School of Economics. It is also found that a majority of people in poverty in London now live in the suburbs, whereas a decade earlier it was evenly split.
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