This page features the most recent analysis pages to be added to the What drives health inequalities? evidence hub.

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Money and resources

Analysis

Relationship between poverty and healthy life expectancy by neighbourhood

Analysis

At a neighbourhood level, healthy life expectancy is higher where the percentage of households...

Analysis

Change in share of working-age adults receiving Universal Credit during the coronavirus pandemic by local authority

Analysis

There were large increases in the proportion of adults receiving Universal Credit during the...

Housing

Analysis

Proportion of properties built before 1919 by local authority

Analysis

Older properties tend to have a higher proportion of non-decent homes than newer properties, and...

Analysis

Mortgage and landlord repossessions by local authority

Analysis

The local areas with the highest landlord and mortgage repossessions were in London, but North East...

Analysis

Households owed homelessness prevention and relief duties by local authority

Analysis

The rate of households owed a homelessness prevention or relief duty is higher in urban areas,...

Transport

Analysis

Frequency of active travel by local authority

Analysis

There is a significant variation in walking and cycling rates across local authorities.

Work

Analysis

Proportion of low-paid jobs by local authority

Analysis

Areas with the highest prevalence of low-paid jobs are spread throughout Great Britain. In some...

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