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Interactive insolvency map of England & Wales

November 30, 2012 by Jay in Miscellaneous with 0 Comments

In 2011, nearly 120,000 people in England and Wales were declared insolvent. For some seriously struggling borrowers, entering personal insolvency can be the best way of getting back in control of their unsecured debts – whether that’s by entering bankruptcy, an IVA (Individual Voluntary Arrangement) or a DRO (Debt Relief Order).

But how many people entered insolvency region by region? What is the average household debt in different parts of England and Wales? Gregory Pennington has created yet another awesome interactive infographic that answers these questions and more, to show a clear picture of how people are dealing with their debts across the nation.

‘Interactive insolvency map of England & Wales’ provided by Gregory Pennington

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