Community profiles provide a wealth of data and information customised to various topics.
To proceed, click on any of these links then follow the the prompts for each topic:
- Summary profile - Our most popular profile - Selection of headline data from all the profiles below
- Community Involvement and Cohesion - Resident satisfaction with services and their local area
- Community Safety - Residents' opinion on community safety
- Culture and Leisure - Participation in sport, resident satisfaction with Culture and Leisure facilities
- Economic Wellbeing - Employment, unemployment, out of work benefits, pay, businesses, economic activity and more
- Education and Lifelong Learning - Qualifications, education and students
- Health and Social Wellbeing - Life Expectancy, Mortality, Child Poverty, Obesity, Teenage Conceptions, Births and Participation in sport
- Housing - Dwellings, households, tenure, number of bedrooms, overcrowding and house prices
- People and Place - Population, housing, age, social makeup and proficiency in English
- Diversity - A more detailed People and Place Profile, covering age, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, carers, additional needs and more
- Transport and Access - Residents' car / van availability, their satisfaction with roads and pavements and travel to work habits
How to use:
- Select an subject area of interest above (this will take you to our Local Information Systems Atlas)
- You will be prompted to input a “Type of Geography”. Select the geography you would like the report to be based on (e.g. District). N.B. You will notice some geographies have a year - this relates to when the boundaries changed and does not mean the data is old.
- Select an area from the subsets of “Available areas” you would like to focus the report on (e.g. Broxbourne)
A customised report will be produced based on the selection you have made.