The Sandy Lane area of Mansfield is one of the most deprived in the country, according to a Government report.
The Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) study, which analysed 32,844 neighbourhoods across England, has revealed that Sandy Lane is ranked 16th.
The statistics from the 2015 Index of Multiple Deprivation looked at several factors including; Employment; Health; Income; Education; Housing; Environment and Crime.
Nottingham was ranked 8th for having the highest proportion of deprived areas by local authority.
See the top 20 below:
Tendring - around St Osyth and Seawick
Blackpool - By Central Pier
Blackpool - Around the promenade near North Pier
Thanet - Cliftonville West
Blackpool - Near the South Pier
Tendring - Clacton-on-Sea
Blackpool - Between Waterloo Road and St Chad’s Station
Coventry - Around Hillmorton Road in Henley
Blackpool - Woolman Road and Clinton Avenue
Waveney - near South Pier in Lowestoft
Blackpool - around Cookson Street
Kingston upon Hull - Around St John’s Grove
North East Lincolnshire - Around Oxford Street in Grimsby
Burnley - Around Tay Street and Howard Street
Burnley - Between Belvedere Road and Church Street
Mansfield - Around Sandy Lane
Blackpool - Around Manchester Square and Rigby Road
Blackpool - Around Clevedon Road and Carshalton Road
Blackburn with Darwen - Wensley Fold
Great Yarmouth - Along the seafront