This web page provides external links through to a variety of sources of data and analysis that are presented for local authorities in Lancashire.
|Office for National Statistics (1)||NOMIS (2)||Health profiles (3)||National Lottery Funding (4)||Housing, health and wellbeing (5)||Health 'At a glance' (6)|
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|South Ribble||South Ribble||South Ribble||South Ribble||South Ribble||South Ribble|
|West Lancashire||West Lancashire||West Lancashire||West Lancashire||West Lancashire||West Lancashire|
|Blackburn with Darwen||Blackburn with Darwen||Blackburn with Darwen||Blackburn with Darwen||Blackburn with Darwen||Blackburn with Darwen|
Health-Related and Other Local Profiles
Alcohol - Local Alcohol Profiles for England (LAPE) – show how alcohol consumption affects a wide range of health indicators.
Children - Child health profiles (National Child and Maternal Health Intelligence Network) Top tier authorities only.
Hypertension - Public Health England has produced profiles for some local authorities: access them from here - Blackburn with Darwen Blackpool: and also for clinical commissioning groups: access them from here - NHS Blackburn with Darwen CCG NHS Blackpool CCG NHS Chorley and South Ribble CCG NHS East Lancashire CCG NHS Fylde and Wyre CCG NHS Greater Preston CCG NHS Lancashire North CCG NHS West Lancashire CCG
Sexual Health - the sexual and reproductive health profiles provide a snapshot of sexual health for the unitary, county and district authorities. Interactive maps and charts enable comparisons to be made regionally and nationally across a range of indicators relating to teenage pregnancy, abortions, contraception, sexually transmitted infections and other relevant issues.
Public Health England publishes Tobacco Control Profiles at local authority level.
The Trauma and Injury Intelligence Group (TIIG) was established to look at access to quality and reliable injury information. A major element of TIIG is the establishment of an Injury Surveillance System (ISS) across the North West of England. Lancashire became part of TIIG in 2008, TIIG covers all of the emergency departments (EDs) in Lancashire, with data sharing occurring on a monthly basis. Link to Lancashire data.
Lancashire Children and Young People's Trust. The website has Children and Young People (CYP) profiles for each of the 12 authorities in the Lancashire County Council area, From the link, click on the relevant district name, and then choose the 'CYP profile' option on the right-hand side of the page.
The Food Standards Agency details food hygiene ratings for restaurants, takeaways, food shops and public-sector establishments etc, across the country. The results are available by local authority boundaries, thereby allowing users to view the details for each of the 14 authorities in the broader Lancashire area.
Reoffending at local level - The Open Justice website details by how likely it is that offenders will go on to commit further crimes, and how many crimes they will typically commit. The results are available by local authority boundaries and include the 14 Lancashire authorities.
English Heritage - The National Heritage List for England is an official database which provides access to up to date information on all nationally designated heritage assets: listed buildings, registered parks, gardens and battlefields, protected shipwrecks and scheduled monuments. The advanced search option allows users to list sites by county or local authority area.
Duport is a company that specialises in providing business support services. The company's website includes a confidence reports section that details business performance and trends for areas across the UK. By selecting the Lancashire option, reports can be accessed for a number of Lancashire towns. The details for each area include selected lists of companies with a recent incorporation date.