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  • Cost of Living: Vulnerable Households Report

    In March 2022, Oxford Consultants for Social Inclusion (OCSI) produced an experimental, small area “Cost of Living: Vulnerable Households” indicator. As there is currently very little information available around the cost of living, particularly at local level, this modelled data can provide some insight as to where the cost of living crisis might impact most within the county.

    An analysis based on the OCSI data can be found here.

    • 21.09.2022
  • Census Data Packs

    Data packs have been created to provide additional analysis of the first release Census 2021 data at county and district level.

    These data packs include the raw data alongside graphs, infographics and maps which summarise the key findings. Each of the district data packs provides comparison to Gloucestershire and England and Wales. The county data pack makes a comparison between the districts, Gloucestershire, the South West and England and Wales. Topics include gender; age; dependency ratios; households; population density and comparison to the mid-2020 population estimates.

    The data packs can be found here

    • 21.09.2022
  • Survey of Adult Carers 2021/22

    Councils with Adult Social Services responsibilities in England are legally required to carry out a postal survey of carers every two years. This document outlines the key findings of the 2021/22 survey for Gloucestershire.

    • 15.09.2022
  • Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA)

    The PNA helps identify whether there are any gaps in the provision of pharmaceutical services in the county which means identifying if any new services, improvements or better access to existing services, are needed. The PNA considers the demographics of the Gloucestershire population and the health priorities of the county, as well as how pharmaceutical services can contribute to improving the health of Gloucestershire's residents now and in the future.  The final report can be found here.

    • 08.09.2022
  • Childhood Obesity

    A report analysing five years of National Childhood Measurement Programme (NCMP) data with a focus on inequalities for those living with childhood obesity can be found here

    • 30.08.2022
  • 2021 Census - First Release Detailed Briefing

    A  detailed report analysing the findings from the first release of data from the 2021 Census is now available here

    • 03.08.2022
  • 2021 Census - First Release Initial Report

    A report summarising the key findings from the first release of data from the 2021 Census is now available here

    • 30.06.2022
  • 2021 Census - First Release Data

     The first release of data from the 2021 Census is now available here

    • 29.06.2022
  • Children and Young People who have special educational needs or disabilities

    2022 Update. An annual JSNA update detailing the current need and provision available for children and young people with special educational needs and their families.

    • 01.04.2022
  • Anti-social Behaviour in Children and Young People

    Using results taken from the Pupil Wellbeing Survey, the Anti-Social Behaviour in Children and Young People Report looks at different types of anti-social behaviour and its prevalence in Gloucestershire school pupils.

    • 01.04.2022
  • Equalities 2022

    The Population Analysis of Protected Characteristics has been updated to include the latest information available as of March 2022, and is now available to download in the Equality & Diversity section of the Inform website. It provides an overview of the population of Gloucestershire by nine protected characteristics as set out in the Equality Act 2010.

    • 02.03.2022
  • Journey Time Accessibility Matrix (JTAM) 2022

    It is essential to ensure that wherever people live in the county, they have access to public services. The rural nature of much of Gloucestershire creates problems for people wanting to use centrally base services, and for agencies providing services to people in their own homes. To help the understanding of geographical accessibility issues we have released our JTAM 2022 which gives modelled journey time details for all of Gloucestershire's postcodes.

    • 28.02.2022

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