Statistics, demographics & performance data (including maps)
This page contains links to useful websites where you can find further information and statistics about York.
Local Information System
STREAM provides STatistics, REsearch And Mapping using nationally available data relating to North Yorkshire and York, together with local information from partner organisations. Data is taken from a variety of sources including the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Demographics from ONS
Various statistics relating to the region are available for download. Contains datasets that describe the characteristics of a neighbourhood with a particular focus on deprivation.
Department for Communities & Local Government
Information relating to finance, planning, housing and fire can be downloaded.
Seeks to give a way into the wealth of government data which is all free to download with an easy to use search engine.
Provides you with information on crime and antisocial behaviour in your neighbourhood, wherever you live in England or Wales. You can compare up to 5 wards on burglary, robbery, vehicle crime, violence and anti-social behaviour statistics.
Economy and Tourism
NOMIS is a service provided by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) to provide free access to the most detailed and up-to-date UK labour market statistics from official sources. Statistics can be download at local authority and ward level.
Charts the economic performance of 64 of the UK's largest cities and towns including York.
DWP publish a range of statistics that provide information about their client groups, benefits, employment programmes, estimates of households living in poverty and other areas that the Department is responsible for.
YHPHO produce information, data and intelligence on people's health and health care for practitioners, policy makers and the wider community. Information can be download on Health Profiles. These Health Profiles provide a snapshot of health for each local council in England using key health indicators, which enables comparison locally, regionally and over time. They are designed to help local councils and the NHS decide where to target resources and tackle health inequalities in their local area.
Local Health is a new tool within the Health Profiles programme. Health Profiles are commissioned by the Department of Health and produced by the Public Health Observatories in England working in partnership. They provide quality assured health information presented clearly for users within health service, local government and the public. Local Health gives you access to interactive maps and reports at a small area level (Middle Super Output Area level) and at Local Authority level. You can also combine these areas to create your own geographies and view the information and reports for these new areas.
For use by Local Authority planners and commissioners of social care provision in England, together with providers and supporting organisations. It is a programme designed to help explore the possible impact that demography and certain conditions may have on populations of those 18-64 and aged 65+.
For information on adults aged 18-64, go to: www.pansi.org.uk
For information on older people aged 65+, go to: www.poppi.org.uk
The national Child and Maternal Health Observatory (ChiMat) provides information and intelligence to improve decision-making for high quality, cost effective services. It supports policy makers, commissioners, managers, regulators, and other health stakeholders working on children's, young people's and maternal health.
Profiles contain 23 alcohol-related indicators for every Local Authority and 24 for every Primary Care Trust in England.
Public Health Intelligence has recently published a report, "Recession Indicators: The Effect of the 2008 Economic Recession upon Population Health in North Yorkshire and York". City of York Council along with NYCC and the PCT helped to determine the range of indicators to include.
The report finds evidence that the recession and consequent increased unemployment are associated with raised anti-depressant prescribing rates, increased hospital admissions for alcohol-related harm, a rise in emergency admissions and possible increases in admissions to mental health specialities. The effects on unemployment and health have been greatest in the more deprived areas of the PCT, except for emergency admissions, which have seen a similar rise across all levels of deprivation.
Access to details of research projects funded by the Department for Education (DfE), as well as projects previously undertaken by the Department for Children, Schools and Families and the Department for Education and Skills. Also included is the Research and Statistics Gateway which provides access to a wide range of statistics and research-based information relating to education, training and life-long learning.
Links to York tables on the achievement and attainment of pupils in secondary schools and how they compare with other schools in their Local Authority area and in England as a whole. There are two England averages based on all schools and on the maintained sector.
Openly Local is a place to access data about the workings of local councils without having to search through dense, difficult-to-navigate websites. Includes information about council spend, council meetings and Councillors.
Pages in York Data Observatory
- York Data Observatory
- York at a Glance
- Customer Profile Data
- Equalities Data
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