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					  Interpreting the Scottish
Index of Multiple Deprivation
    in an Urban Context

Presentation to the ScotStat Analysts Network
               30th June 2010

                               James Arnott
         Development & Regeneration Services
                        Glasgow City Council
              SIMD 2009
   Highlighted reduction in Glasgow’s
    share of Scotland’s deprivation
   SIMD04: 308,000 in 1%-15%
   SIMD09: 243,000 in 1%-15%
   Main drivers: expanding local
    economy, retention of employed
    working-age population, improved
    housing choice
Change between 2004 & 2009

SIMD        2004      2009

1%-15%     307,997   243,110

16%-50%    150,636   183,492

51%-100%   119,236   157,638
Change between 2004 & 2009

SIMD       % Change   Change

1%-15%      -21.1%    -65,000

16%-50%    +21.8%     +32,900

51%-100%   +32.2%     +38,400
Greater Pollok LCPP: Change
   between 2004 & 2009
SIMD       % Change   Change

1%-15%      -16.4%    -4,500

16%-50%    +39.0%     +4,000

51%-100%   +23.0%     +3,800
        SIMD 2009: 4 Trends

   Areas moving out of deprivation:
    -21.1% population fall
   Areas moving into 51%-100%:
    +32.2% population increase
   Persistent deprivation involving
    108,525 persons
   Areas losing ground
          Further Analysis

   Capacity of Glasgow to withstand
    current recession
   Continuated City Centre expansion
   Areas of persistent deprivation
   Stable areas facing decline
1. Withstanding the Recession

   Broad-based economy
   Infrastructural improvements: M74,
    Clyde Gateway, Clyde Waterfront,
    Commonwealth Games
   Centralisation and displacement
   Demographics and age profile
   Relative not absolute improvement
    2a. City Centre Expansion

   East to Dennistoun
   North to Speirs Wharf
   West towards West End, Anderston,
    Kelvinhaugh
   Deprived areas into 16%-50%, non-
    deprived into 51%-100%
   No major employment expansion
    2b. City Centre/West End

   Along the 4 main linking routes
   Associated with increased working-
    age population
   Possibly also single person hholds
   Westward expansion stops at
    Whiteinch
   North Kelvinside & Woodside
    3. Persistent Deprivation

   137 dzones in 1%-5% in 04,06 & 09
   No major loss of population
   Based around SIPs but a new
    geography within them
   Continuing employability
    programmes for hard-to-reach
    during a recession
4. Stable Areas facing Decline

   Not threatened with deprivation, but
    losing ground
   Issues around displacement and
    competing neighbourhoods
   Inter-war housing stock, Western
    Heritable, RtBs
   Early action possible
             Conclusions

   Different neighbourhood geography
   Changed role of River Clyde and City
    Centre
   Widening inequalities with ex-SIPs
   Displacement within the city
    conurbation
            Way Forward

   Widen the debate around these and
    other issues
   Most suitable way of monitoring and
    reviewing these trends
   Use of policy to steer or stop

				
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