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Research and Statistics
A range of research, information and data that we collect and / or use. Links are provided to our District Profile, Consultation Finder, key census data, our statistical mapping facility, as well as bespoke research and statistics undertaken across the council.
Initial, high level data from the 2011 Census
Here you can find out about current consultations in West Berkshire, register your interest in future consultations and see what happened as a result of past consultations.
The West Berkshire District Profile brings together current data and information from a variety of national, regional and local data sources and council and partner strategies and reports. It sits alongside the Corporate and Community Planning processes within West Berkshire Council and the wider Local Strategic Partnership as a current state headline report.
This series of Ward Profiles provides some key statistical data for each of the 30 wards which makes up the district of West Berkshire.
These pages contain some basic population data about West Berkshire and individual wards taken from census data and associated population estimates and projections as well as data and links for the Indices of Multiple Deprivation and the Child Well-Being Index for West Berkshire.
The English Indices of Deprivation measures and compares levels of deprivation across the country.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) have developed a set of thematic local profiles providing data on employment, housing, the environment, inclusion, skills and child poverty.
Up until 2009, West Berkshire Council carried out an annual survey of residents' opinion. The results of these presented in the reports below.
This economic assessment provides an agreed picture of the economy in West Berkshire now and in the future and inform strategy, policy and programme development.
Stats on Maps are gathered from a wide range of sources including the Office for National Statistics, government surveys, West Berkshire Council and other sources. These include Census information and Indices of Multiple Deprivation (IMD). Data is available at District, Ward, and Super Output Area (SOA) levels.
Please let us know if you cannot find what you are looking for and we will get back to you.
The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) provides information and data on the current picture of health and wellbeing in the local area.
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