These are the Leeds postcodes with the highest household incomes

Property Detective has released details of the average household income in each area of Leeds.

Thursday, 28th March 2019, 3:11 pm
Updated Thursday, 28th March 2019, 3:13 pm
Aberford

The income is the average for the area, taking into account single-adult households, retired people, students and the unemployed.

Otley (above), Bramhope, Pool-in-Wharfedale, Arthington, Fewston and Blubberhouses
Wetherby, Collingham (above) and Linton
Ilkley, Addingham, Ben Rhydding, Burley-in-Wharfedale, Menston

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Boston Spa, Bramham (above), Clifford, Thorp Arch, Walton
Tadcaster (above), Saxton, Stutton, Ulleskelf, Church Fenton, Oxton, Toulston, Wighill
Horsforth
Guiseley and Hawksworth
Alwoodley, Bardsey, East Keswick, Eccup, Harewood, Moortown, Shadwell, Weardley, Wike
Rawdon, Yeadon and Carlton
Aberford (above), Garforth, Hillam, Kippax, Ledsham, Micklefield, Monk Fryston, Sherburn-in-Elmet, South Milford
Adel (above), Bramhope, Cookridge, Eccup, Far Headingley, Holt Park, Ireland Wood, Lawnswood, Moor Grange, Tinshill, Weetwood, West Park
Oulton (above), Great Preston, Methley, Mickletown, Rothwell, Swillington, Woodlesford
Austhorpe, Barwick-in-Elmet, Colton, Crossgates, Halton, Halton Moor, Manston, Pendas Fields, Scholes, Temple Newsam, Whitkirk
Bagley, Calverley (above), Farsley, Fulneck, Pudsey, Stanningley
Morley (above), Churwell, Gildersome