Destination local authorities: Top 20 by number of movers 2002 and 2011 All but one of the local authorities on the 2002 list feature on the 2011 list. Every inner London borough now features on the list, including Haringey, where over 4,000 former Stepney residents moved in 2011. Outer London boroughs to the North (e.g. Enfield) and to the East (e.g. Waltham Forest) also attract Stepney residents. The only non-London local authorities to feature on either list are Brighton and Thurrock. Top twenty accounted for 56% of all movers out in 2002; 58% in 2011. Local or unitary authority Movers out Year to 30 June 2002 Local or unitary authority Movers out Year to 30 June 2011 Haringey2,960Haringey4,040 Newham2,860Newham2,610 Enfield2,080Camden2,380 Waltham Forest2,080Waltham Forest2,160 Camden2,020Southwark2,080 Redbridge1,320Lambeth1,940 Barnet1,270Enfield1,640 Lambeth1,240Redbridge1,490 Southwark1,210Wandsworth1,380 Westminster1,130Westminster1,280 Barking & Dagenham1,010Barnet1,220 Wandsworth930Lewisham1,200 Greenwich850Barking & Dagenham1,070 Lewisham830Greenwich980 Havering760Hammersmith870 Brent730Brent690 Brighton and Hove570Ealing610 Hammersmith570Brighton and Hove580 Thurrock510Kensington & Chelsea560 Ealing490Havering540
Benefit changes Estimated Annual Cuts/Savings 2014/15 and onwards Current (2013/14) numbers of recipients affected Estimated annual cuts/savings per current numbers of recipients affected Incapacity Benefit (Work Capability Assessment) £59m18,500£3,189 Tax Credits (adjustments to thresholds etc.) £52m63,100£824 Local Housing Allowance (30 th percentile max. etc.) £45m15,800£2,848 Child Benefit (freeze rates and limit entitlement) £39m82,500£473 Disability Living Allowance (replace with PIPs) £17m5,800£2,931 Household Benefit Cap (£325/£500 per household) £16m3,210£4,829 “Bedroom Tax” (Scale back for under- occupation) £14m12,900£1,093 Non-dependent deduction (lieu of contributions) £6m5,300£1,132 Council Tax Benefit (reduce by 10%) £6m49,700£121
A semi-formal survey found 28 active gangs in Hackney (highest number of any London borough); 26 in Tower Hamlets; 24 in Haringey and 13 in Islington. Some 250 gangs were identified across London. Of these, around 50 or 60 were classified as “high harm” gangs (firearms; serious violence; drugs supply; murder). There were 9 such gangs in Hackney; 9 in Southwark; 7 in Haringey; 5 in Tower Hamlets and two in Islington. www.londonstreetgangs.com maps gang “regions” (claimed territory) and “set spaces” (base estates) in detail for each Stepney borough. www.londonstreetgangs.com Fluid definitions: “gangs”; “peer groups”; “urban street collectives”; “specialist groups Hackney Gang Map
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