Gross disposable household income stood at £19,432 per head in 2016, but local variations show Kensington & Chelsea and Hammersmith & Fulham are 4.8 times higher than Nottingham

£21,837

£18,231

Edinburgh

recorded

Scotland’s

highest levels

£15,719

£15,595

£17,042

£16,365

£27,151

£16,761

£12,232

London

Nottingham

has the UK’s

lowest

disposable

income

£16,766

£20,275

£15,835

£19,077

£22,375

£58,816

Kensington & Chelsea and

Hammersmith & Fulham

made the UK’s richest area

£18,231

£21,837

Edinburgh recorded

Scotland’s highest levels

£15,719

£15,595

£16,365

£16,761

£17,042

£58,816

£12,232

Kensington & Chelsea and

Hammersmith & Fulham

made the UK’s richest area

Nottingham has

the UK’s lowest

disposable

income

£20,275

£16,766

£27,151

£15,835

London

£28,467

£19,077

West Surrey had the highest

disposable income outside

London

£22,375