Fuel Poverty Data for England


The following tables indicate levels of fuel poverty in England. The first table is ranked highest to lowest by number of households per County. The second and third tables detail specific fuel poverty levels per county

Total Number of Households per County
County All Households Fuel Poor   Households Percent Fuel Poor
Greater London     3,030,780         401,859 13.3%
Greater   Manchester     1,089,409         226,549 20.8%
West Midlands     1,058,442         289,854 27.4%
West Yorkshire        929,560         188,200 20.2%
Hampshire        716,339           82,093 11.5%
Essex        712,612         116,024 16.3%
Kent        687,174           92,596 13.5%
Lancashire        612,086         141,096 23.1%
Merseyside        588,841         138,836 23.6%
South   Yorkshire        566,772         106,762 18.8%
Devon        485,482         104,574 21.5%
Tyne and Wear        482,282         112,736 23.4%
North   Yorkshire        458,873           99,609 21.7%
Nottinghamshire        455,871           95,272 20.9%
Surrey        453,585           47,966 10.6%
Staffordshire        452,187         113,247 25.0%
Hertfordshire        446,473           59,494 13.3%
Lincolnshire        441,571         103,333 23.4%
Cheshire        430,900           81,559 18.9%
Derbyshire        422,438           91,799 21.7%
Durham        389,292           92,577 23.8%
Somerset        386,300           68,110 17.6%
Leicestershire        381,614           77,388 20.3%
Norfolk        367,125           76,494 20.8%
Gloucestershire        356,825           54,025 15.1%
East Sussex        341,495           47,968 14.0%
Berkshire        336,076           31,513 9.4%
West Sussex        335,797           42,217 12.6%
Dorset        319,317           57,021 17.9%
Cambridgeshire        318,001           45,054 14.2%
Suffolk        304,060           55,586 18.3%
Buckinghamshire        291,702           28,384 9.7%
Northamptonshire        285,774           54,832 19.2%
Wiltshire        275,070           40,613 14.8%
Oxfordshire        257,642           27,050 10.5%
East Riding of   Yorkshire        252,943           51,097 20.2%
Bedfordshire        240,251           35,020 14.6%
Worcestershire        235,927           56,149 23.8%
Cornwall        233,311           59,883 25.7%
Warwickshire        227,279           52,378 23.0%
Cumbria        217,682           61,161 28.1%
Shropshire        192,103           51,946 27.0%
Bristol        172,753           26,854 15.5%
Northumberland        139,363           37,240 26.7%
Herefordshire          78,990           25,430 32.2%
Isle of Wight          62,178           11,141 17.9%
Rutland          14,867            3,334 22.4%

The second table lists number from highest to lowest, total number of households per county in fuel poverty.

Fuel Poverty in Counties Total Number of Fuel Poor Houses
County All Households Fuel Poor   Households Percent Fuel Poor
Greater London      3,030,780         401,859 13.3%
West Midlands      1,058,442         289,854 27.4%
Greater   Manchester      1,089,409         226,549 20.8%
West Yorkshire        929,560         188,200 20.2%
Lancashire        612,086         141,096 23.1%
Merseyside        588,841         138,836 23.6%
Essex        712,612         116,024 16.3%
Staffordshire        452,187         113,247 25.0%
Tyne and Wear        482,282         112,736 23.4%
South   Yorkshire        566,772         106,762 18.8%
Devon        485,482         104,574 21.5%
Lincolnshire        441,571         103,333 23.4%
North   Yorkshire        458,873          99,609 21.7%
Nottinghamshire        455,871          95,272 20.9%
Kent        687,174          92,596 13.5%
Durham        389,292          92,577 23.8%
Derbyshire        422,438          91,799 21.7%
Hampshire        716,339          82,093 11.5%
Cheshire        430,900          81,559 18.9%
Leicestershire        381,614          77,388 20.3%
Norfolk        367,125          76,494 20.8%
Somerset        386,300          68,110 17.6%
Cumbria        217,682          61,161 28.1%
Cornwall        233,311          59,883 25.7%
Hertfordshire        446,473          59,494 13.3%
Dorset        319,317          57,021 17.9%
Worcestershire        235,927          56,149 23.8%
Suffolk        304,060          55,586 18.3%
Northamptonshire        285,774          54,832 19.2%
Gloucestershire        356,825          54,025 15.1%
Warwickshire        227,279          52,378 23.0%
Shropshire        192,103          51,946 27.0%
East Riding of   Yorkshire        252,943          51,097 20.2%
East Sussex        341,495          47,968 14.0%
Surrey        453,585          47,966 10.6%
Cambridgeshire        318,001          45,054 14.2%
West Sussex        335,797          42,217 12.6%
Wiltshire        275,070          40,613 14.8%
Northumberland        139,363          37,240 26.7%
Bedfordshire        240,251          35,020 14.6%
Berkshire        336,076          31,513 9.4%
Buckinghamshire        291,702          28,384 9.7%
Oxfordshire        257,642          27,050 10.5%
Bristol        172,753          26,854 15.5%
Herefordshire          78,990          25,430 32.2%
Isle of Wight          62,178          11,141 17.9%
Rutland          14,867            3,334 22.4%

The third table is ranked from highest to lowest percentage of households in fuel poverty in relation to number of households within the County. West Midlands has the misfortune of being in the top three for all three measurements, population density, and national percentage of fuel poverty, and County percentage of fuel poverty households.

Fuel Poverty in Counties Percent Fuel Poor
County All Households Fuel Poor   Households Percent Fuel Poor
Herefordshire          78,990          25,430 32.2%
Cumbria        217,682          61,161 28.1%
West Midlands     1,058,442        289,854 27.4%
Shropshire        192,103          51,946 27.0%
Northumberland        139,363          37,240 26.7%
Cornwall        233,311          59,883 25.7%
Staffordshire        452,187        113,247 25.0%
Durham        389,292          92,577 23.8%
Worcestershire        235,927          56,149 23.8%
Merseyside        588,841        138,836 23.6%
Lincolnshire        441,571        103,333 23.4%
Tyne and Wear        482,282        112,736 23.4%
Lancashire        612,086        141,096 23.1%
Warwickshire        227,279          52,378 23.0%
Rutland          14,867            3,334 22.4%
Derbyshire        422,438          91,799 21.7%
North   Yorkshire        458,873          99,609 21.7%
Devon        485,482        104,574 21.5%
Nottinghamshire        455,871          95,272 20.9%
Greater   Manchester     1,089,409        226,549 20.8%
Norfolk        367,125          76,494 20.8%
Leicestershire        381,614          77,388 20.3%
East Riding of   Yorkshire        252,943          51,097 20.2%
West Yorkshire        929,560        188,200 20.2%
Northamptonshire        285,774          54,832 19.2%
Cheshire        430,900          81,559 18.9%
South   Yorkshire        566,772        106,762 18.8%
Suffolk        304,060          55,586 18.3%
Dorset        319,317          57,021 17.9%
Isle of Wight          62,178          11,141 17.9%
Somerset        386,300          68,110 17.6%
Essex        712,612        116,024 16.3%
Bristol        172,753          26,854 15.5%
Gloucestershire        356,825          54,025 15.1%
Wiltshire        275,070          40,613 14.8%
Bedfordshire        240,251          35,020 14.6%
Cambridgeshire        318,001          45,054 14.2%
East Sussex        341,495          47,968 14.0%
Kent        687,174          92,596 13.5%
Greater London     3,030,780        401,859 13.3%
Hertfordshire        446,473          59,494 13.3%
West Sussex        335,797          42,217 12.6%
Hampshire        716,339          82,093 11.5%
Surrey        453,585          47,966 10.6%
Oxfordshire        257,642          27,050 10.5%
Buckinghamshire        291,702          28,384 9.7%
Berkshire        336,076          31,513 9.4%
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