The least deprived areas of Bristol have been revealed in the 2021 Census, here are the eight least affected areas.

The 8 least deprived neighbourhoods of Bristol, according to the 2021 census

Four categories are considered when deciding whether or not

The least deprived areas of Bristol have been revealed in the latest census results. As part of the 2021 census, households in England and Wales were classified in terms of four different "dimensions of deprivation”.

- Households were considered to be deprived if they met one of the four following criteria:

- Employment: if any member of the household, who is not a full-time student, is either unemployed or long-term sick.

- Health and disability: if anyone in the household is in bad or very bad health or is disabled

- Housing: if the home is either overcrowded, in a shared dwelling or has no central heating

Households were not considered to be deprived if they didn’t meet any of these criteria.

The Office for National Statistics said deprivation is a "complex topic", adding that more detailed information would come in future releases.

Across England, the council areas with the highest proportion of households that were not deprived included Elmbridge in Surrey (61.9%), Wokingham in Berkshire (61.5%) and Richmond upon Thames in London (61%).

Here are the areas of Bristol with the most non-deprived households:

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