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Description: The Hinckley and Bosworth Priority Neighbourhood Profile for Hinckley Trinity West (Hinckley Zone 1) is now available. This profile provides a comprehensive overview of the Hinckley Trinity West intervention and monitoring areas. The report covers a range of useful baseline statistics for...

The Hinckley and Bosworth Priority Neighbourhood Profile for Hinckley Westfield Junior School (Hinckley Zone 2) is now available. This profile provides a comprehensive overview of the Hinckley Westfield Junior School intervention and monitoring areas. The report covers a range of useful baseline statistics...

Hinckley and Bosworth School Health Profile 2018/19

Mon, 03 Feb 2020

Leicestershire County Council

The School Health Profiles created by Public Health in Leicestershire County Council are a suite of profiles presenting a picture of child health in the area. The profiles are available at two different geographies, the overarching four page district profile and the more granular two page cluster profile....

This qualitative assessment research covers future housing needs and aspirations of older people from across the County and City of Leicester to inform the development of strategic services for this section of the population.

This work was commissioned by local authorites of the Leicester and Leicestershire...

The Indices of Deprivation 2007 (ID2007) is the collective name given to seven indices and two supplementary indices which are used to measure deprivation across England. The ID2007 are some of the most widely used data sets by local authorities to understand their communities and prioritise resources....

The Indices of Deprivation 2004 are produced by the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister (ODPM). They are an attempt to measure deprivation in a consistent way for small areas across England. The following documents cover the individual districts of Leicestershire and Leicestershire county as a whole....

The Indices of Deprivation – Leicestershire Headlines Results, report is divided into two parts. The first deals with interpretation of the index at county, unitary and local authority level, and the second analyses the index at the local area (lower super output area) level for both the combined...

This report, forming part of a wider body of work on the IMD 2007, provides an analysis of the Employment domain within the Indices of Deprivation (2007).

This report uses IMD data to help better understand worklessness across Leicestershire. It looks at employment deprivation between and within the county...

The report analyses the results of the public consultation on the budget process 2008 to gain people's views on what they thought was most important/worthy of investment. The outcomes of the following consultations are incorporated in this report:
1 - Leicestershire Together Forum (Nov 2008)
2 - Leicestershire...

This report provides a more detailed analysis of overall deprivation in Leicestershire than the headline deprivation results released by the research team in January 2007. The new Index of Multiple Deprivation 2007 (IMD 2007) is one of the most widely used data sets by local authorities to understand...

This project builds on the work in the Leicester & Leicestershire Strategic Housing Market Assessment in 2007/8. It involved engaging with multiple departments across each local authority in order to assess the capacity for collecting, using and maintaining data in relation to the Strategic Housing...

The Leicester and Leicestershire Enterprise Partnership (LLEP) has published the latest edition of the Leicester and Leicestershire Business Survey. The business survey has been carried out by a partnership involving Leicestershire County Council, Leicester City Council and other key local agencies since...

The Leicester and Leicestershire Business Survey has been carried out by a partnership involving the Leicester Shire Economic Partnership (LSEP), Leicestershire County Council, Leicester City Council and other key local agencies over the last 10 years. The survey provides a comprehensive picture of local...

The Leicester and Leicestershire Business Survey has been carried out by a partnership involving Leicestershire County Council, Leicester City Council and other key local agencies over the last 10 years. The survey provides a comprehensive picture of local business optimism and performance. Interviews...

The Leicester and Leicestershire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has published the latest edition of the Leicester and Leicestershire Business Survey. The business survey has been carried out by a partnership involving Leicestershire County Council, Leicester City Council and other key local agencies...

The Leicester and Leicestershire Business Survey has been conducted since 1994, providing a robust source of intelligence about the local economy.

It has been used by the LLEP, local business and other organisations to assess how the local economy is performing. The main objective of the research is to...

The Leicester and Leicestershire Business Survey has been carried out by a partnership involving Leicestershire County Council, Leicester City Council and other key local agencies over the last 10 years. The survey provides a comprehensive picture of local business optimism and performance. Interviews...

Economic Assessment (EA)

Background

The Local Democracy, Economic Development and Construction Act 2009 placed a duty on county councils and unitary district councils to prepare an economic assessment of the economic conditions of their area. This new duty came into force on 1st April 2010, at which point...

The purpose of a Local Economic Assessment (LEA) is to provide a robust evidence base that will underpin strategic planning, investment decisions and delivery plans. This document is a refresh of LEA work conducted in 2010, providing more recent statistics and adjustments to reflect the changing policy...

Using sales data, sourced from The Land Registry House Price Index (HPI), this report outlines house price and sales trends during a specified 12 month period. The HPI captures changes in the value of residential properties by analysing sales data collected on all residential housing transactions, whether...

Using sales data sourced from The Land Registry House Price Index this report showcases trends for the 12 calendar months prior to January 2009. The HPI captures changes in the value of residential properties by analysing sales data collected on all residential housing transactions, whether for cash...

Blaby District Council, Charnwood Borough Council, Harborough District Council, Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council, Melton Borough Council, North West Leicestershire District Council, Oadby & Wigston Borough Council, Leicester City Council and Leicestershire County Council are publishing the...

Leicester Residents' Survey 2008

Tue, 17 Mar 2009 12:50

Leicester City Council conducted a survey with NHS Leicester City to measure residents attitudes towards the council and its services. The report covers the satisfaction levels with the city council, the city as a place to live, community cohesion and safety.
Along with the documents attached, further...

Leicester Shire Intelligence manages the Leicester Shire Business Survey on behalf of local partners, conducting telephone surveys every six months, and speaking with over 750 local businesses during the process. This is a robust source of evidence which can be used to influence policy, planning and...

Leicester Shire Intelligence manages the Leicester Shire Business Survey on behalf of local partners, conducting telephone surveys every six months, and speaking with over 750 local businesses during the process. This is a robust source of evidence which can be used to influence policy, planning and...

Leicester Shire Intelligence manages the Leicester Shire Business Survey on behalf of local partners, conducting telephone surveys every six months, and speaking with over 750 local businesses during the process. This is a robust source of evidence which can be used to influence policy, planning and...

Leicester Shire Intelligence manages the Leicester Shire Business Survey on behalf of local partners, conducting telephone surveys every six months, and speaking with over 750 local businesses during the process. This is a robust source of evidence which can be used to influence policy, planning and...

Leicester Shire Intelligence manages the Leicester Shire Business Survey on behalf of local partners, conducting telephone surveys every six months, and speaking with over 750 local businesses during the process. This is a robust source of evidence which can be used to influence policy, planning and...

Leicester Shire Intelligence manages the Leicester Shire Business Survey on behalf of local partners, conducting telephone surveys every six months, and speaking with over 750 local businesses during the process. This is a robust source of evidence which can be used to influence policy, planning and...

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Leicester Shire Intelligence manages the Leicester Shire Business Survey on behalf of local partners, conducting telephone surveys every six months, and speaking with over 750 local businesses during the process. This is a robust source of evidence which can be used to influence policy, planning and...

Leicester Shire Intelligence has published the latest edition of the Leicester Shire Business Survey. The survey provides a comprehensive picture of local business confidence and performance in Winter 2006/07.

Leicester Shire Intelligence manages the Leicester Shire Business Survey on behalf of local...

Leicester Shire Intelligence has published the latest edition of the Leicester Shire Business Survey. The survey provides a comprehensive picture of local business confidence and performance in Summer 2006.

Leicester Shire Intelligence manages the Leicester Shire Business Survey on behalf of local partners....

Leicester Shire Intelligence has published the latest edition of the Leicester Shire Business Survey. The survey provides a comprehensive picture of local business confidence and performance in Summer 2007.

Leicester Shire Intelligence manages the Leicester Shire Business Survey on behalf of local partners....

Leicester Shire Intelligence has recently launched the Economic Baseline study, a document that presents a comprehensive, robust and unbiased review of the economy and the labour market in Leicester Shire.

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The Economic Baseline study is based around the key themes of "Economy and Investment", and "People,...

The aim of this study was to update and re-evaluate the comprehensive 2004 baseline review of the economy and labour market in Leicester Shire, Leicester City and Leicestershire County. This report also takes account of the evidence base created by the East Midlands Development Agency (emda) for the...

This Community Safety Partnership Evidence Base Summary summarises the findings of the Leicestershire Community Safety Partnership Strategic Assessment 2008 for the Leicestershire County.

The purpose of this Evidence-Base document is to provide Community Safety Partnerships within Leicestershire with a comprehensive, robust and accurate picture of crime and disorder issues across the county. This Evidence-Base report provides the fundamental information to form the basis of the Partnership...

The Partnership Strategic Assessment provides a summary of the crime, disorder and substance misuse issues across Leicestershire during 2008/09. The information within this assessment is designed to aid the Leicestershire Safer Communities Strategy Board to review current and develop future strategic...

CRAVE stands for Confidence, Reassurance, Accessibility and Visibility Evaluation.

This report gives the findings of a general population survey on crime and disorder carried out in April 2008 on 1606 residents of Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland. It covers the areas of Visibility, Reassurance, Accessibility...

Leicestershire County Council Annual Delivery Report 2020

Thu, 03 Dec 2020

Leicestershire County Council

Leicestershire County Council Annual Delivery Report 2020.

The Annual Delivery Report covers Leicestershire County Council's
performance. It describes progress with implementing agreed plans and achievements
over the last 12 months. It focuses on performance against County Council priorities
as set out in...