The Barriers to Housing and Services Domain measures the physical and financial accessibility of housing and local services. The indicators fall into two subdomains: ‘geographical barriers’, which relate to the physical proximity of local services, and ‘wider barriers’ which includes issues relating to access to housing such as affordability. Indicators include road distance to schools, shops and primary care as well as household overcrowding, affordability of housing and homelessness.

The map below shows the relative barriers to housing and services deprivation deciles (using national rankings) for LSOAs in NHS Crawley CCG. The most deprived areas (those in the most deprived 10% of LSOAs in England) are shaded dark blue. You can also change the view to show the relative deprivation deciles within the CCG itself (to identify most and least deprived small areas in the CCG) by clicking on the right hand side of the map.

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