Official Statistics

Individual Insolvencies by Region, 2016 – Parliamentary Constituency Supplement

Official statistics for individual insolvencies in England and Wales in each year 2000 to 2016, broken down by parliamentary constituency

Documents

Regional Insolvency Statistics 2016 - Constituency Supplement Release

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Insolvencies by parliamentary constituency 2016 - tables

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PRA list - constituency statistics 2016

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Details

This statistical release provides breakdowns of individual insolvencies in England and Wales, at parliamentary constituency Level for 2000 to 2016.

Main messages

  • Total insolvency rates were highest in parliamentary constituencies by or adjacent to coastal/docking areas, and in the South West, North East, parts of the North West and Yorkshire
  • Total insolvency rates were lowest in parliamentary constituencies in London and the South East
  • Comparisons of rates between years at this local level should take into account that small changes in the number of insolvencies can have a large impact on the rate

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Published 14 November 2017