Locality Data and Intelligence
A key element of Locality working is the collection of data, which allows us to build up the intelligence within the individual localities and helps support the development of future priorities.
South Staffordshire's Locality Data Profiles are compiled to capture a range of data sets across the 25 wards and 5 localities and allows us to benchmark against other local authorities and the national average.
The profiles highlight emerging issues and challenges, the information is used to inform and evidence future policies, projects, funding applications and redesigning public services, ensuring resources are allocated effectively. The profiles are available to everyone via the Council website and shared with residents, staff, elected members and partner organisations.
The Locality Profile for 2018 is structured around the 3 Council Plan objectives and covers key areas including:
1. A Skilled and Prosperous District – employment, South Staffordshire's Business Hub, top 5 employers, qualifications and skills, education, building better opportunities, mosaic.
2. A Safe and Suitable District – children experiencing poorer outcomes, health, weight & leisure, community safety, crime and ASB, South Staffordshire's Community Safety. Partnership, residents improvements, planning complaints and enviro-crime, housing, mosaic.
3. A Connected District – customer contact, customer feedback, volunteering, Citizens Advice Bureau, rural isolation, community assets, mosaic.
Locality Data Profile 2018
Locality Data Profile 2017
Looking at Localities
Key statistics for 2014 - summary sheets
Key Statistics for 2013 - Summary sheets
Locality Profiles 2011