Datasets and statistics

​Cheshire West and Chester has a population of 331,000 and covers 350 square miles. The borough is located in the North West of England and includes the historic city of Chester and the industrial and market towns of Ellesmere Port, Frodsham, Helsby, Malpas, Neston, Northwich and Winsford. About a third of the population live in rural areas.

According to the government’s ‘Indices of Deprivation’, the overall quality of life is good for many residents; however, there are places where some communities experience multiple disadvantages.

OpenData

​OpenData creates increased transparency when sharing the information we hold. To achieve this aim, the data must be in open, machine readable formats that can be easily reused.

Data and Intelligence - Cheshire West and Chester Joint Strategic Needs Assessment

Cheshire West and Chester's Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) brings together data and intelligence to help us understand the health and wellbeing of the local borough, the wider determinants that impact upon health, and the health inequalities that exist.

Information and reports are available on:

  • Characteristics of the local population
  • Health and wellbeing issues such as excess weight, falls, mortality, breastfeeding, injuries, suicide
  • Lifestyle issues such as smoking, alcohol consumption, sexual health, physical activity
  • Children and young people such as health, attainment, vulnerable children
  • Education attainment, housing issues, social care
  • The local economy
  • Relative deprivation, child poverty, poverty affecting older people
  • Residents views of quality of life and expereince of local services

 

Research and Consultation

​The Strategic Intelligence Team manages our research and consultation projects for the Council. Current consultations and outcomes of previous consultations can be found at:

Annual Public Health Report

This is an independent report of the health needs and issues of the local population. It is the Director of Public Health’s professional statement about the health of local communities.

The Director of Public Health’s Annual Report should:

  • Contribute to improving the health and well-being of local populations.
  • Reduce health inequalities.
  • Promote action for better health, through measuring progress towards health targets.
  • Assist with the planning and monitoring of local programmes and services that impact on health over time.

Annual Public Health Report 2015

Data to support this report is available in the Compendium of Health and Wellbeing Statistics

Latest documents

Type Title Size
PDF MYE 2014 Acton Bridge Parish 45.4 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Aldford and Saighton Parish 45.3 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Allostock Parish 45.5 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Alvanley Parish 45.3 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Anderton with Marbury Parish 45.4 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Antrobus Parish 45.4 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Ashton Hayes and Horton-cum-Peel Parish 45.5 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Backford Parish 45.0 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Barnton Parish 45.6 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Barrow Parish 45.5 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Beeston Parish 45.1 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Blacon Ward 70.6 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Bostock Parish 45.1 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Boughton Ward 70.6 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Broxton and District Parish 45.3 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Burwardsley Parish 45.1 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Capenhurst and Ledsham Parish 45.3 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Cheshire West and Chester borough 70.6 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Chester City Ward 70.5 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Chester Locality 70.4 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Chester Villages Ward 70.3 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Christleton Parish 45.6 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Churton Parish 45.3 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Clotton Hoofield Parish 45.3 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Coddington and District Parish 45.4 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Comberbach Parish 45.4 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Crowton Parish 45.1 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Cuddington Parish 45.6 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Darnhall Parish 45.3 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Davenham and Moulton Ward 70.6 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Davenham Parish 45.5 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Delamere and Oakmere Parish 45.5 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Dodleston and Huntington Ward 70.4 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Dodleston Parish 45.5 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Duddon Parish 45.2 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Dunham-on-the-Hill and Hapsford Parish 45.4 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Dutton Parish 45.2 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Eaton and Eccleston Parish 45.2 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Ellesmere Port Locality 70.4 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Ellesmere Port Ward 70.7 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Elton Parish 45.6 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Elton Ward 70.4 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Farndon Parish 45.6 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Farndon Ward 70.7 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Frodsham Parish 45.6 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Frodsham Ward 70.5 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Garden Quarter Ward 70.6 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Gowy Ward 70.5 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Grange Ward 70.5 KB
PDF MYE 2014 Great Boughton Parish 45.6 KB