Children in Absolute Low Income Families in Birmingham

Statistics on the number of children in low income families by financial year are published on Stat-Xplore. Figures are calibrated to the Households Below Average Income (HBAI) survey regional estimates of children in low income.

Absolute low-income is defined as a family in low income Before Housing Costs (BHC) in the reference year in comparison with incomes in 2010/11. A family must have claimed Child Benefit and at least one other household benefit (Universal Credit, tax credits, or Housing Benefit) at any point in the year to be classed as low income in these statistics. Gross income measure is Before Housing Costs (BHC) and includes contributions from earnings, state support and pensions.

This data includes Birmingham only statistics on children in absolute low income families. The latest release for this dataset was published on Thursday 23rd March 2023. The next release is scheduled for March 2024 (release date will be updated in due course on Stat X-Plore).

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Author Department for Work and Pensions
Last Updated April 17, 2023, 13:25 (UTC)
Created April 17, 2023, 12:55 (UTC)
Date 2021/22
Last Updated: March 2023