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7 Three counties GOP per head (UK= 100), 1977-1995. Source: ONS, 2005. 44 Three Decades of Enterprise Culture Shropshire. 7, though, shows is that every gain by Buckinghamshire has been matched by a decline in Teesside; the latter has inexorably slipped over the 18-year period from being 10 per cent above the UK average to some 10 per cent below the UK average. 6 showed, has continued. It is, however, intriguing how a seemingly prosperous English county has slipped economically in just over one generation.
Hand in hand with poor economic outcomes are poor social outcomes. For each of the 354 administrative areas of England, the UK government calculated an index of deprivation based upon income, employment, health, education, housing, crime and the environment. This index Regional Differences in England 43 showed (source: OPMD, 2004) that each of the five areas of Teesside are within the top 25 per cent of this index. Indeed, two of the areas, Middlesbrough and Hartlepool were ranked lOth and 14th, respectively making them within the top 5 per cent most deprived areas of England.
3). 4 1998). county of Berkshire continues to exist but has no council Map of English and Welsh counties and unitary Authorities (post Source: ONS, 2005. tive reorganisations in the last 30 years. First, after 1974, four of its five areas (Hartlepool, Stockton-on-Tees, Middlesbrough and what is now Redcar & Cleveland) were brought together to form the county of Cleveland, with Darlington remaining as part of County Durham. 3. The second reorganisation occurred in 1996 when four unitary councils were created (Middlesbrough, Regional Differences in England 39 Hartlepool, Stockton-on-Tees and Redcar & Cleveland).