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Wed, 21 Apr 2010 8:59am
2008 Dwelling Stock data available

Dwelling Stock by Council Tax band, at all geographic level, is now available in the Housing category of the Statistical data sets within LSR-Online.

A Council Tax dwelling is accommodation normally lived in by one or more households. Temporary structures (eg. caravans) are counted as dwellings if they are the sole or main residence of a household. This definition establishes ownership, occupation and liability. Census 2001 defines a dwelling as accommodation that is physically self-contained. Therefore shared accommodation is treated differently and these two dwelling counts are not comparable.

Wed, 17 Mar 2010 4:14pm
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LSR-Online has the ability to communicate with registered users by email, providing occasionally updates on new developments, data sets and reports added to the site.

Registered users can subscribe or unsubscribe to this service though their 'My Details' page.

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Fri, 12 Mar 2010 4:14pm
Homepage restructured

The Homepage of LSR-Online has been restructured to allow clearer navigation to featured areas of research such as the JSNA 2009 refresh, the 2008 Place Survey results and anticipated future research features.

The ability to search for published Reports and datasets by geography remains unchanged.

Thu, 25 Feb 2010 9:25am
Road Traffic Accident Data

Road Traffic Accident datafrom across the county and city are now available for 2007 and 2008.

The datashows all Motorcycle Killed or Seriously Injured (KSI), Child KSIs, All KSIs and Slight Accidents.The data are available at Output Area, Super Output Area , Ward and District levels of geography.

Wed, 20 Jan 2010 10:29am
Latest Crime, Anti-Social Behaviour & Crime Reduction Information now available

The crime figures up to and including Nov 2009 have been loaded. These figures are available at Output Area, Super Output Area, Ward and District level.

(For an explanation on the gathering of these data please refer to the metadata using the i buttonnext to the relevant dataset).

The latest Anti-Social Behaviour and Crime Reduction Dashboards are also available in the Report section.

Thu, 07 Jan 2010 2:12pm
Education Data - Revisions in Progress

This data has been reloaded (see news for 5th May 2010: Education Key Stage Data 2006 to 2009).

We are currently working on refreshing all KS2 & KS4 education data at Ward and District level, from 2006 to 2008. The only Key Stage data currently accessible through the statistics section of LSR-Online is for 2006 - this data should not be relied upon until all refresh work is complete.

There are Key Stage Officer Packs(2009), with statistical data included, available in the Report section of LSR-Online, and the Department for Schools Childrem & Families website -]website

Sorry for any temporary inconvenience.

Tue, 15 Dec 2009 2:57pm
Place Survey 2008 - final data release

The final data release, which includes the results for all 26 survey questions and the 18 National Indicator questions, is now available on LSR-Online.

The results are presented in an interactive tool tabulated by survey category and by local authority.

Within each interactive tool the response to a particular survey question is displayed in a spine chart that also shows the relative response at regional and national level.

There is a grade (A to E) associated with each question’s response that reflects its value relative to all the authorities across England (click on the Notes button within the tool for more details).

By using the Filter button it is also possible to compare an authority to it’s:

Top 10 nearest statistical neighbours (based on the CIPFA Stats model - click on the Notes button within the tool for more details)
Regional Neighbours
ONS group e.g. Manufacturing Towns, New & Growing Towns etc.
CPA Direction of travel 2008
CPA Star Category 2008 e.g. 4 star authorities

By using the interactive tools it is possible to find the following examples of information:

Blaby, compared to its 10 nearest statistical neighbours, has the best score for drunk and rowdy behaviour not being a problem in the local area (National Indicator 41).

Leicester City, compared to its 10 nearest statistical neighbours, is second only to Coventry City Council as having the best response for people who are satisfied with the local police force (Local Services - Qu 7).

Harborough, compared to its 10 nearest statistical neighbours, comes second in the best response for people who do not think teenagers’ hanging around the streets is a very big or fairly big problem (Community Safety – Qu 24 ii).

Leicestershire, using the Authority filter is shown to be 12th out of the 27 county councils in relation to how satisfied people are with how the county council run things (Local Services - Qu 10).

Oadby & Wigston, when compared to Leicester City and the other district councils in Leicestershire, had the highest number of residents who overall feel most informed about local public services (Local Decision Making – Qu 12 viii).

Melton, when compared to Leicester City and the other district councils in Leicestershire, had the highest number of respondents who felt that health services most need improving (About Local Area – Qu 2).

It is also useful that once such information is formulated in the interactive tool, it can be printed or exported to a jpg file simply by right clicking anywhere on the tool.

The Place Survey final results

Fri, 20 Nov 2009 11:20am
Education Key Stage Results 2009

The 2009 education key stage reports for Leicestershire are now available in the report section.

Fri, 20 Nov 2009 10:33am
FREE events from Regeneration East Midlands

Regeneration East Midlandsare running the following free events:

Dec 10th - communicating information and data effectively (Jury's Inn, Nottingham)

Jan 12th - understanding the labour market (Derwent Stepping Stones, Derby).

Tue, 17 Nov 2009 12:47pm

The Links section (found at the base of each LSR page) now contains a linkto Hi4em - Housing Intelligence for the East Midlands. This website helps source, display and map a wide range of data relating to housing markets and private sector housing conditions in the region. The data provided supports Local Authorities working to make homes decent and more energy efficient, particularly for vulnerable households and supports regional and sub-regional assessments of housing market conditions.

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