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HN: Gross disposable income: B.6g: CP: NSA

£ 317,336 m

2016 Q3

Release date:
23 December 2016

Next release:
31 March 2017
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Regional gross disposable household income (GDHI): 1997 to 2014

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  • Of the NUTS1 regions in 2014 London had the highest GDHI per head where, on average, each person had £23,607 available to save or spend. Northern Ireland had the lowest where, on average, each person had £14,645. This compares with a UK average of £17,965.
  • In 2014 the highest growth in GDHI per head in the NUTS1 regions was in London at 1.9%, followed by the East Midlands at 0.8%. The largest decrease was in the West Midlands where GDHI per head fell by 0.5%. These figures are measured in current prices, so include the effect of inflation. The Consumer Prices Index grew by 1.5% in 2014, so only London increased in real terms.
  • Of the 173 NUTS3 local areas, in 2014 Kensington & Chelsea and Hammersmith & Fulham had the highest GDHI per head, where the average person had £45,988 available to save or spend. Leicester had the lowest, with the average person having £12,071.
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