Chaucer, Southwark

Affluence in Borough High Street, London, SE1 1AA

Here you can investigate the affluence of Borough High Street, London, SE1 1AA.

More detailed than just whether it’s considered an ‘expensive’ or ‘posh’ area, we look at several key factors to rank postcodes:

  • A high median household income
  • A high number of AB social grades
  • A low number of deprived households
  • A high number of Level 4+ qualifiers

Using our heatmaps and graphs you can compare SE1 1AA with Chaucer ward, Southwark borough the wider city in terms of household income, social grade, deprivation, and qualification level.

Median household income
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£51,769
More wealthy than 85% of local areas in London
Local area
Social grade
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AB – 39%
Higher than in 72% of immediate areas in London
Immediate area
Deprivation level
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Better-off than 55% of local areas in London
Local area
Qualification level
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LEVEL 4+ – 54%
Higher than in 80% of immediate areas in London
Immediate area

Household Income in in Borough High Street, London, SE1 1AA

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Median household income in SE1 1AA and the wider city

Local area of SE1 1AA £52k
Southwark borough £37k
London £32k
Modelled, driven by Office for National Statistics 2019

Median Household Income in your local area is £51,769 p/a, which is higher than in 85% of local areas in London. This is also £19,770 p/a higher than Median Household Income in London.

The address resides in Chaucer ward, Southwark borough.

Median Household Income, Southwark borough

Newham £28,780
Barking and Dagenham £29,420
Brent £32,140
Waltham Forest £33,080
Enfield £33,110
Tower Hamlets £34,930
Hackney £35,140
Hounslow £35,330
Greenwich £35,350
Haringey £35,420
Lewisham £35,900
Ealing £36,070
Havering £36,670
Redbridge £36,860
Bexley £36,990
Croydon £37,000
Hillingdon £37,040
Southwark £37,100
Lambeth £38,490
Harrow £38,880
Islington £39,790
Sutton £39,940
Barnet £40,530
Merton £41,960
Bromley £43,060
Camden £43,750
Hammersmith and Fulham £43,820
Kingston upon Thames £43,940
Wandsworth £47,480
Westminster £47,510
Richmond upon Thames £53,470
Kensington and Chelsea £55,620
City of London £63,620
Modelled, driven by Office for National Statistics 2019
Median Household Income in Southwark is £37,100 p/a, which is 16th highest value out of 33 boroughs in London*.

*32 London boroughs + City of London

Nearby locations

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Social Grade in in Borough High Street, London, SE1 1AA

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Social Grade

  • Immediate Area
  • Ward
Social Grade AB
38.7%
Social Grade C1
27%
Social Grade C2
13.9%
Social Grade DE
20.4%
  • A: Higher managerial, administrative
  • B: Intermediate managerial, administrative or professional
  • C1: Supervisory or clerical and junior managerial, administrative or professional
  • C2: Skilled manual workers
  • D: Semi and unskilled manual workers
  • E: Casual or lowest grade workers, pensioners and others who depend on the state for their income

Data source: Office for National Statistics Census 2011

AB social grade % in SE1 1AA and the wider city

Immediate area of SE1 1AA 39%
Chaucer ward 35%
Southwark borough 30%
London 13%
Data source: Office for National Statistics Census 2011

The percentage of AB social grade in your immediate area comprises 39%, which is higher than in 72% of immediate areas in London.

The percentage of AB social grade in Chaucer ward comprises 35%, which is higher than in 66% of wards in London.

At the same time the percentage of AB social grade in Southwark borough comprises 30%, which is 16th highest value out of 33 boroughs in London*.

DE social grade % in SE1 1AA and the wider city

Immediate area of SE1 1AA 20%
Chaucer ward 21%
Southwark borough 23%
London 20%
Data source: Office for National Statistics Census 2011

The percentage of DE social grade in your immediate area comprises 20%, which is higher than in 50% of immediate areas in London.

The percentage of DE social grade in Chaucer ward comprises 21%, which is higher than in 48% of wards in London.

At the same time the percentage of DE social grade in Southwark borough comprises 23%, which is 12th highest value out of 33 boroughs in London*.

*32 London boroughs + City of London

Nearby locations

  • Chapel Court, London, SE1 1HW
  • Little Dorrit Court, London, SE1 1NJ
  • Tennis Street, London, SE1 1YD
  • Newcomen Street, London, SE1 1YU
  • Long Lane, London, SE1 4PL

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Deprivation in Borough High Street, London, SE1 1AA

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Your local area is better-off than 55% of local areas in London.

Index of Multiple Deprivation is used to characterise the deprivation levels of the neighbourhoods. It takes into account the following domains:

  • Income Deprivation
  • Employment Deprivation
  • Education, Skills and Training Deprivation
  • Health Deprivation and Disability
  • Crime
  • Barriers to Housing and Services
  • Living Environment Deprivation

Nearby locations

  • Chapel Court, London, SE1 1HW
  • Little Dorrit Court, London, SE1 1NJ
  • Tennis Street, London, SE1 1YD
  • Newcomen Street, London, SE1 1YU
  • Long Lane, London, SE1 4PL

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Qualification in in Borough High Street, London, SE1 1AA

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Qualification

  • Immediate Area
  • Ward
Level 4+
53.7%
Level 3
10.8%
Apprenticeship
0.7%
Level 2
7.1%
Level 1
6.8%
No Qualification
14.9%
Other Qualification
6.1%
  • Level 4+: Degree level or above
  • Level 3: 2+ A-levels or equivalent
  • Apprenticeship: Professional education
  • Level 2: 5+ GCSEs or equivalent
  • Level 1: 1-4 GCSEs or equivalent
  • No Qualification: No academic or professional qualifications
  • Other Qualification: Vocational / Work-related Qualifications, Foreign Qualifications / Qualificationsgained outside the UK

Data source: Office for National Statistics Census 2011

Level 4+ qualification in SE1 1AA and the wider city

Immediate area of SE1 1AA 54%
Chaucer ward 48%
Southwark borough 43%
London 38%
Data source: Office for National Statistics Census 2011

The percentage of Level 4+ qualification in your immediate area comprises 54%, which is higher than in 80% of immediate areas in London.

The percentage of Level 4+ qualification in Chaucer ward comprises 48%, which is higher than in 74% of wards in London.

At the same time the percentage of Level 4+ qualification in Southwark borough comprises 43%, which is 10th highest value out of 33 boroughs in London*.

"No qualification" in SE1 1AA and the wider city

Immediate area of SE1 1AA 15%
Chaucer ward 12%
Southwark borough 16%
London 18%
Data source: Office for National Statistics Census 2011

The percentage of "No qualification" in your immediate area comprises 15%, which is higher than in 41% of immediate areas in London.

The percentage of "No qualification" in Chaucer ward comprises 12%, which is higher than in 18% of wards in London.

At the same time the percentage of "No qualification" in Southwark borough comprises 16%, which is 22nd highest value out of 33 boroughs in London*.

*32 London boroughs + City of London

Nearby locations

  • Chapel Court, London, SE1 1HW
  • Little Dorrit Court, London, SE1 1NJ
  • Tennis Street, London, SE1 1YD
  • Newcomen Street, London, SE1 1YU
  • Long Lane, London, SE1 4PL

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