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Creating sustainable communities and a fairer world

66. Satisfaction in local area

This is supported by two additional wellbeing measures trust in neighbourhoods and influence in neighbourhoods

Percentage of households satisfied with the quality of the places in which they live (a) overall (b) in deprived areas, 1999-00 to 2008-9

66-1·

All households satisfied:
1990
2003
Neighbourhood Renewal Fund Areas satisfied:
1990
2003
  • In 2008-9, an average of 69 per cent of households were satisfied with their local area across a range of issues including perceived vandalism, graffiti, litter, drunk and rowdy behaviour on the streets, and noisy neighbours.  
  • Across the same range of issues, an average of 64 per cent of households in Neighbourhood Renewal Fund Districts (deprived areas) were satisfied with their local area.  

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Updated: 30 July 2010