Lower Layer Super Output Areas (LSOAs) are a set of geographies designed specifically for statistical purposes. In recent years many data sets have become available at this level.
The key feature about LSOAs is that they are a small sub ward geography (average population of 1,600) and their boundaries rarely change. Therefore they are useful if you want to monitor data over time. However, unlike wards, LSOAs do not have meaningful names – they are a set of codes.
There are currently 166 LSOA in Hull.
To view Hull’s LSOA boundaries Open the Hull LSOA Map
To view a detailed profile, for a specific LSOA in Hull, please select one of the following themes:
- Children & Young People LSOA Profile
- Crime & Community Safety LSOA Profile
- Deprivation LSOA Profile
- Economy & Employment LSOA Profile
- Environment LSOA Profile
- Health & Social Care LSOA Profile
- Housing LSOA Profile
- Population LSOA Profile
You can also view similar profiles at the citywide or ward level (data availability permitting) by selecting the appropriate geography at the top of this page.