Search Results: "Statistics"

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  • Resources Information Management Policy

    13 February 2015Rob Jones;MOORE, Greg

    Main aims, purpose and outcomes and how does it fit in with the wider aims of the website to publish information/council statistics making it easier and more efficient for

  • A5 Play space improvements

    14 October 2016MOSS, Emma

    have been measured Priority Factor Statistics used/ how measured 1. Demographics (% of within each ward) Office for National Statistics (ONS) Population of 0-19 year olds at

  • Self Harm Summary

    16 December 2016Paul Wright;MOORE, Greg;PICKIN-JONES, Helen

    Most people who self harm do not present to services, making it difficult to gauge the true prevalence Source: Hospital Episode Statistics, Population from ONS Mid Year Estimates

  • Compendium of Local House Price Statistics

    05 September 2017Die Booth;DUTTON, Richard

    Average house prices at borough level (as at December each year Source: Hometrack - based on sales and valuations Average house prices by property type This is likely to be because

  • Sexual Health Summary

    16 December 2016ap302u;MOORE, Greg;PICKIN-JONES, Helen

    The most common sexually transmitted infections (STIs) diagnosed in Cheshire West and Chester are Chlamydia and Genital Warts Except for Gonorrhoea, the number of diagnosed cases

  • Smoking Summary

    03 June 2012A-Stenhouse;MOORE, Greg;PICKIN-JONES, Helen

    INTEGRATED STRATEGIC NEEDS ASSESSMENT SMOKING SUMMARY KEY ISSUES It is estimated that around 20% of adults in Cheshire West and Chester smoke This is slightly lower than the

  • CYP SEND JSNA February 2017

    03 January 2017PICKIN-JONES, Helen

    Produced by Insight and Intelligence January 2017 The Office of National Statistics (ONS) (2004) estimates included the rate of children and

  • Learning Disabilities Summary

    01 December 2016g-hodgkinson;MOORE, Greg;PICKIN-JONES, Helen

    Adults with learning disabilities are, in general, more likely to experience poorer levels of health, shorter life expectancies and greater inequalities than the general