New Regional Gross Disposable Household Income (GDHI) Dataset Available
Regional GDHI has been published on Nomis for the first time. The series contains figures for 1997-2015 and will be updated annually.
Data are available by component of income for countries, regions, local authorities, LEPs, combined authorities and NUTS levels 1 to 3. Data are published as £ million totals and per head of population.
The dataset is available in the Regional Accounts folder using the Query Data tool:
Gross disposable household income (GDHI) is the amount of money that all of the individuals in the household sector have available for spending or saving after income distribution measures (for example, taxes, social contributions and benefits) have taken effect. GDHI is a concept which is seen to reflect the ‘material welfare’ of the household sector.
It should be noted that regional GDHI estimates relate to totals for all individuals within the household sector for a region rather than to an average household or family unit. The household sector comprises all individuals in an economy, including people living in traditional households as well as those living in institutions such as retirement homes and prisons. The sector also includes sole trader enterprises (the self-employed) and non-profit institutions serving households (NPISH), for example charities and most universities.
For more information about this dataset please contact:
Office for National Statistics
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