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									Draft lists for esd-toolkit meeting on defining customer circumstance and need, their relationship
to life events and service requirements

                                                                      Applicable Customer Types
                                                                    Person Organisation    Place
Life events     Draft list from esd-toolkit customer insight work     

Need            Needs for all customer types - from Lancs CC                               
                High level list of needs defined for esd-toolkit      

Circumstance    Dimensions of personal circumstance                   
                Existing Local Government Audience List               
                Excluded groups from solutions4inclusion              
                Personal circumstance                                 
                Life stage                                            
                Service applicability criteria                        
                Benefits elegibity criteria                           
                Locality                                                                     
                Business classification                                          
                Property classification                                                      
                ONS output level data                                                      
                NI parameters                                                              




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Life events
Source: Tony Hinkley - esd-toolkit

Category Life Event
Family    Birth
          Marriage / Civil partnership
          Death
          Fostering/Adopting
          Divorce / Dissolution of civil partnership
          Parenting
Education Starting school
          Changing school
          Leaving school/college
Work      Starting work
          Losing your job
          Retirement
Finance Pensions
          Benefits

Health     Becoming ill
           Going into care
           Becoming disabled
           Becoming a carer
Other      Starting a business
           Dealing with crime
           Citizenship
           Learning to drive




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Need for all customer types
Source: Lancashire County Council

ID        Need
1         Being A Customer In Need
1.1       Having Deficiencies In Meeting Basic Living Standards
1.1.1     Being Homeless / Poorly Housed Or Deprived Of Infrastructure, Food Or Warmth
1.1.1.1   In Need Of Improved Accommodation
1.1.1.2   In Need Of A Home
1.1.1.3   Having Barriers To Accessing Services
1.1.1.4   Being In Need Of Financial Assistance, Advice Or Debt Management
1.1.2     In Need Of Nurture
1.1.2.1   In Need Of Support In Living
1.1.2.2   In Need Of Guidance In Living
1.1.3     In Need Of Health Care
1.1.3.1   In Need Of Medical Treatment Or Assistance
1.1.3.2   In Need Of Mental Or Physical Health Support & Advice
1.2       Having Inadequate Security / Safety / Access To Justice / Rights
1.2.1     Being Affected By Crime Or Anti-social Behaviour
1.2.1.1   Need To Reduce Or Eliminate Offending Behaviour
1.2.1.2   Being A Citizen Affected By Crime
1.2.2     Having Inadequate Personal Environmental Security & Safety
1.2.3     Having Inadequate Access To Justice / Democracy & Asserting Rights
1.2.3.1   Having Perceived Or Inadequate Access To Justice
1.2.3.2   Having Perceived Or Inadequate Access To Democracy
1.2.3.3   Having Perceived Or Actual Inability To Access Rights
1.3       Being Unable To Realise Potential (Learning / Social / Leisure)
1.3.1     Being Unable To Benefit Adequately From Learning & Education Opportunities
1.3.1.1   In Need Of Learning Information, Advice & Guidance
1.3.1.2   In Need Of Learning Resources & Support
1.3.2     Being In Need Of An Active & Supportive Community
1.3.2.1   In Need Of Access To An Active & Supportive Community
1.3.2.2   In Need Of Social Integration
1.3.3     Being In Need Of Physical & Cultural Development


2         Environment Or Place
2.1       Being A Physical Structure
2.1.1     Being Commercial Property
2.1.2     Being Industrial Property
2.1.3     Being Residential Property
2.1.4     Being Leisure Property
2.2       Being An Environmental Feature
2.2.1     Being Naturally Occurring
2.2.1.1   Being In Need Of Protection
2.2.1.2   Being In Need Of Management
2.2.1.3   Extracting / Exploiting Or Utilising
2.2.2     Being Man Made Or Planned
2.2.2.1   Being In Need Of Ongoing Maintenance
2.2.2.2   Consultation / Decision Making / Management / Change Of Use
2.3       Being Connecting Infrastructure
2.3.1     Being Transport
2.3.2     Being Utilities
2.3.3     Being Communications


3         Providing Public Services
3.1       Providing Citizen Services
3.1.1     Providing Social Services



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3.1.1.1   Providing Care Services
3.1.1.2   Providing Social Care Advice & Support Services
3.1.1.3   Providing Children, Young People & Family Services
3.1.1.4   Providing Youth Offending & Criminal Justice Services
3.1.2     Providing Education Services
3.1.2.1   Providing Schools & Resource Centres
3.1.2.2   Providing Adult Education Services
3.1.2.3   Providing Educational Assistance
3.1.3     Providing Housing Services
3.1.3.1   Providing Social Housing Services
3.1.3.2   Providing Housing Advice Services
3.1.3.3   Providing Housing Improvements Repairs & Regenerations Services
3.1.4     Providing Arts & Leisure Services
3.1.4.1   Providing Arts & Culture Opportunities
3.1.4.2   Providing Tourism Services
3.1.4.3   Providing Physical Activity & Sports Services
3.1.5     Providing Registration & Democracy Services
3.1.5.1   Providing Births Deaths & Marriage Services
3.1.5.2   Providing Democracy Services
3.2       Providing Environment Services
3.2.1     Providing Countryside, Neighbourhood, Land & Premises Services
3.2.1.1   Providing Countryside & Open Spaces Services
3.2.1.2   Providing Planning, Building Control & Town Management Services
3.2.1.3   Providing Roads Highways & Pavements Services
3.2.1.4   Providing Land & Premises Services
3.2.2     Providing Waste & Cleansing Services
3.2.2.1   Providing Refuse Services
3.2.2.2   Providing Street Care & Cleansing Services
3.2.3     Providing Environmental Health Services
3.2.3.1   Providing Environmental Health Services
3.2.3.2   Providing Health & Safety Services
3.3       Providing Partnership & Finance Services
3.3.1     Providing Children's Partnership Services
3.3.2     Providing Emergency Services
3.3.2.1   Providing Fire Services
3.3.2.2   Providing Emergency Services
3.3.2.3   Providing Emergency Planning Services
3.3.3     Providing Public Transport Services
3.3.4     Providing Finance Services
3.3.4.1   Providing Council Tax Services
3.3.4.2   Providing Housing Benefit Services
3.4       Providing Business Services
3.4.1     Providing Business Rates & Other Business Tax Services
3.4.2     Providing Trading & Licencing Services
3.4.2.1   Providing Business Licences & Street Trading Services
3.4.2.2   Providing Trading Standards Services
3.4.3     Providing Advice To Businesses & Communities
3.3.4     Providing Private & Voluntary Sector Services
3.3.5     Providing Local Area Services
3.3.6     Providing Other Government Services


4         Being A Business
4.1       Need To Plan & Develop
4.1.1     Need For Pre-start Up & Growth Planning
4.1.2     Need For On-going Planning
4.1.3     Need For Exit Planning
4.2       Need To Comply With Legislation & Obligations
4.2.1     Need For Advocacy & Guidance



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4.2.2     Need For Legislative Compliance
4.2.3     Need To Meet Non-legislative Obligations
4.3       Need To Resource The Business
4.3.1     Need For Resources
4.3.1.1   Need For Physical Resources
4.3.1.2   Need For Human Resources
4.3.1.3   Need For Knowledge & Information
4.3.1.4   Need For Financial Resources
4.3.2     Need For Operational Management
4.4       Need To Add Value & Deliver
4.4.1     Need To Develop Products & Services To Add Value
4.4.2     Need To Deliver To Customers


5         Public Interest Group
5.1       Groups Meeting The Needs Of Participants
5.2       Groups Meeting The Needs Of The Wider Community
5.2.1     Being An Advocacy Group
5.2.2     Being A Pressure Group
5.2.3     Being A Group To Provide Advice Or Guidance




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Needs and the extent to which they are evidenced by being, having, doing and intereacting
Source: Gough & Doyal / Aperia work commissioned by esd-toolkit

                                                                                     Doing
                                         Being (qualities)    Having (things)                     Interacting (settings)         Notes
Need                                                                                (actions)
Adequate nutritional food and water      Physical and        Food, water,        Feeding,         living environment,
                                         mental health                           drinking         social setting
Adequate protective housing              Warmth and          Shelter             Resting,         dwelling
                                         security                                sleeping
A safe environment for working           Care and respect    Responsibilities,   Working          place of work
                                                             duties, work
Safe physical environment                Care, autonomy,     Freedom             Protecting,
                                                                                 building
Appropriate health care                  Physical and        Health systems      Taking care      hospitals, clinics
                                         mental health                           of, helping
Security in childhood,                   Safe and secure     Family and care,    Protecting,      dwelling, school, living
                                                             protection          taking care of   environment, social
                                                                                                  setting
Significant primary relationships with   Respect,            Friends, family,    Sharing,         privacy, initimate space
others                                   generosity,         relationships,      caring, loving,
                                         sensuality          sense of            expressing
                                                             belonging           emotion
Physical security                        Safe and secure     Freedom             Protecting,
                                                                                 taking care of,
                                                                                 building
Economic security                        Autonomy, self      Money, social       Working,
                                         esteem              security, work      receiving,
                                                                                 earning
Safe birth control and child-bearing     Safe and secure,   Birth control,       Creating,       hospitals, clinics,          Could be
                                         autonomy, physical children             protecting      dwellings                    part of
                                         and mental health                                                                    'Appropriate
                                                                                                                              health care'
Appropriate basic and cross-cultural     Knowledge           Literature,         Learning,        schools, families,
education                                understanding,      teachers, skills,   teaching,        universities,
                                         curiousity                              studying,        communities
                                                                                 analysing
Freedom of movement                      Autonomous          A mode of           Travelling,      street, highway,
                                                             transport                            railway, airport, seaport

Justice & democracy                      Fairly treated      Equal rights        Own thing        fair society
                                                                                 within society


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Dimensions of personal circumstance
Source: LeGSB / CTO Council

What you are
          Physical Characteristic

What you have
          Wealth
          Health
          Responsibility
          Impairment
          Employment_Status
          Residency
          Achievement ( e.g. Educational )
          Right ( e.g. a current Drivers License )

What ( or who ) you are associated with:
           Relationship
           Dependency
           Employer

How you feel:
          Quality_Of_Life

What you want:
          Preference
          Ambition

From this information can be derived a Public Sector defined view of:
            The Needs of an Individual
            The Well Being of a Community




                                     DimensionsOfCircumstance
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Local Government Audience List
Source: www.esd.org.uk/standards/LGAL

Businesses
           Small and medium enterprises
           Sole traders
           Partnerships
           Limited companies
           Public limited companies
Owners, residents and managers
           Landlords
           Residents
           Tenants
                                     Council tenants
                                     Private tenants
           Owner occupier
Non-English speakers
Students
           Home students
           International students
Teachers
           Mentors
           Supply teachers
Voluntary sector personnel

           Volunteers
Women
            Widows
            Working mothers
Educational workers
            School governors
            School inspectors
Motorists
Homeless people
Ill people
Civil and public servants
            Chairpeople
            Chief executives
            Civic ambassadors
            Councillors
                                      City councillors
                                      County councillors
                                      District councillors
                                      Island councillors
                                      Metropolitan councillors
                                      Parish councillors
                                      Shire councillors
                                      Town councillors
                                      Unitary councillors
           Mayors
                                        Elected mayors
           Members of European Parliament
           Members of Parliament
           Registrar of births, deaths and marriages
Commuters
Disabled people
           People with special needs
           Registered disabled people
Employees



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            Full-time employees
            Part-time employees
Employers
           Public sector employers
           Private sector employers
           Voluntary sector employers
Ethnic groups
           Asian people
                                        Bangladeshi people
                                        Indian people
                                        Pakistani people
            Black people
                                        African people
                                        Caribbean people
            Chinese people
            White people
                                        British people




            Irish people
            Portuguese people
            Dual heritage people
                                        White and black Caribbean people
                                        White and black African people
                                        White and black Asian people
Carers
           Foster carers
Lesbian, gay, bisexual people (LGB)
           Lesbian
           Gay men
           Bisexual people
Transgender
Jobseekers
Low income households
           People on benefit
Men
           Widowers
Non UK residents
           Asylum seekers
           International students
           Refugees
           Visitors to the UK
                                        Tourists
Older people
          State pensioners
Children
          Young people
          Teenagers
          Toddlers
          Children in care
Parents and guardians
          Foster carers
          Foster parents
          Legal guardians
          Single parents
          Working mothers
Professionals



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         Physiotherapists
         Plumbers
         Podiatrists
         Solicitors
         Wardens
                                  Mobile wardens
         Acupuncturists
         Chemists
         Chiropodists
         Coroners
         Barristers
         Dentists
         Doctors
                                  General practitioners
         Door supervisors
         Hairdressers
         Interpreters
         Locksmiths
         Nurses
         Opticians




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Classifications of excluded groups used by solutions4inclusion at www.esd.org.uk/solutions4inclusion
Source:                       Prof Paul Foley / solutions4inclusion

Classification                Group name
Addicts/ abusers              Addicts and substance abusers
Communities/ social capital   Isolated (lonely)
Crime                         Offenders
Crime                         Victims of crime
Crime                         Youth offenders
Discrimination/ migration     Ethnic and cultural minorities
Discrimination/ migration     Lesbian-gay-bisexual
Discrimination/ migration     Non-English Speakers
Discrimination/ migration     Refugees and asylum seekers
Education                     Early school leavers
Education                     Illiterate (innumerate)
Education                     Truants
Employment                    Unemployed
Health                        Disabled
Health                        Poor health
Housing                       Frequent movers
Housing                       Homeless
Income/ Poverty               Low income households
Income/ Poverty               People on benefit
Miscellaneous                 All communities
Miscellaneous                 Children at risk
Miscellaneous                 Older people
Miscellaneous                 Rurally deprived
Miscellaneous                 Young disadvantaged
Parents                       Families and Carers-Carers
Parents                       Families and Carers-Problem families
Parents                       Families and Carers-Single parents
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Personal circumstance categories
Source:Aperia work commissioned by esd-toolkit

Category            Description                 Vocabulary level 1                            Vocabulary level 2
                    States which language
                    the customer can speak.
                    Initial level inidcates
                    whether english speaking
Language            or not                      English speaking, non english speaking        list of languages
                    States where the
                    customer resides. This
                    sits alongside locality
                    which is a category for     In borough, in sub region, in region, in
                    the type of area the        uk, outside uk, asylum seekers,
Resident            residence is in.            refugees, international students
                                                full time, part time, able to work, retired
                    States the employment       from work, chosen not to work, unable
Employment          situation.                  to work due to health
Parental            States the responsibility   couple parent, single parent, foster
responsibility      role for children           parent, legal guardians

                States the mental
                capacity to look after
                oneself and consume
Mental capacity services from the council.      incapable, needs support, self sufficient
                States the general              chronic illness, disabled, needs support,
Physical health condition of health             self sufficient                           hearing impaired, blind, unable to walk
Addicts and     States whether an                                                         Alcohol addicts, Drug Addicts, Substance abusers,
abusers         addiction exists                Not addicted, addicted                    Smokers
                States the sufficiency of
Financial       income                          non earner, low earner, sufficient income
                States the level of
Education       attainment in education         early school leaver, basic, higher, further
                                                Christians, Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus,
Religions           States the religion         Jewish, Sikhs
Ethnicity           States the ethnic origin    normal codings
                    States the current          youth offender, offender, enhanced
Crime               criminal record             offender
Social
support/integrati   States the amount of        isolated, club member/community
on                  social interaction          group, family support
Motorist road       States the license to use   learner, car, van, PSV, HGV, taxi,
user                the roads                   motorcycle
                                                tenant, owner, homeless, lodger, living
                    States the relationship     with parents, resident of commercial
Property            with a domestic property    property (hotel)
Children (under     States the dependency       at risk, in care, fostered, legal
18)                 position                    guardians, parents, on own
Sexual              States the sexual           Homosexual, Hetrosexual, Bisexual
orientation         orientation                 people
                    States any potential
Exclusions          exclusion groups            illiterate, innumerate



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Life stages
Source: Aperia work commissioned by esd-toolkit

Category       Label                          Scope
Birth          Babies                         >0,< 18 months
Birth          Pre-schoolers                  >18 months, <=4 years
Child          Infants                        > 4 years, <=7 years
Child          Primary aged                   >7 years, <=11 years
Child          Secondary aged                 >11 years, <=16 years
Adulthood      Working age                    >16 years
Adulthood      Older Person                   >60 years




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Factors determining the applicability of a service
Source: Peter Wrigley

1. Age
The two options are defined as being “Under 65” and “65 and over”.
These two age ranges were used to cover the major split in services to those of working age and those of and
above retirement age.

2. Housing status
The options for this cover the main types of Housing that a citizen may reside in. They are
Owner
Council tenant
Housing Association / co-op tenant
Private tenant
Other (this assumes a person who is resident in a property but is not the owner or tenant)

3. Children
This is initially a yes or no question to ascertain whether the citizen has any dependant children.
There is then an opportunity to select the age ranges of those children.
In the terms of the life event matrices the only factor that will have any filtering effect is the initial yes/no question.
The age bands will not produce any significant filtering of the services but would merely serve to refine the results
and may preclude certain services from appearing that the citizen may have an interest in.
For example, a person with one child of primary school age who is considering moving to the area may be looking to
the future education of their child and want information on the quality of secondary schools in the area.

4. Income
This attribute is split into 5 options, although a number of these options are treated equally and assumed to be “Low
The “Low Income” options are
Working and receiving some state benefits
Retired
Unemployed or claiming state benefits
Other

The “working” option assumes the citizen to be in work and not receiving any state benefits and thus not classed as
on low income.

5. Disability
This is a straightforward yes or no question to determine whether services (processes) for are returned.

6. Social Services Care
This option is a yes or no question and is designed as a catch-all.
It will identify people who may not be picked up by the other questions but may still be in need of certain services for
the elderly or disabled and ensure that relevant services are returned.




                                      ServiceApplicabilityCriteria
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Summary of information requested in a benefits form
Source: Extracts from an analysis of a benefits form by LeGSB

About the Claim
Are you disabled?
Are you unable to work due to an illness or a disability?
Claiming or receiving RP?
Receiving SSP?
Expect to receive SSP?
SSP to end in next 5 weeks?
Claiming or receiving SMP?
Receiving Maternity Allowance?
Receiving Carer’s Allowance?
Claimed Carer’s Allowance?
Person you care for claiming or receiving DLA, AA or CAA?
Person you care for claiming or receiving DLA, AA or CAA?
Getting Housing Benefit
Getting Council Tax Benefit
Waiting for Housing Benefit
Waiting for Council Tax Benefit
Do you want to claim Housing Benefit or Council Tax Benefit

Customer
Date of Birth
Nationality
Marital or Civil Partnership Status
Date of Spouse’s/Civil Partner’s Death
Preferred Language
Are you studying at the moment?
Are you a deaf or disabled student?
How many hours a week are you at school/college?
Are you on Work Based Learning for Young People/ Skillseekers ?
Have you ever been on the LA register for the blind?
Are you still on it?
When were you removed from it?
Are you being held in custody until a trial or until you are sentenced?
Are you in a residential care home, nursing home or residential accommodation?
Are you receiving a training allowance?
While you are off sick due to your illness or disability will your present or former employer continue to pay you?
Are you currently an in-patient in hospital?
Which hospital are you in?
What date did you go into hospital?
Do you know when you will be coming out of hospital?
What date do you expect to come out of hospital?

Partner

Residence
Have you returned or arrived to the UK in the last 5 years?
Have you worked or claimed benefit outside the UK in the last 5 years?
Which country did you work or claim benefit in?
Did you work for a foreign employer?
Did you work for a UK employer?
Were you self-employed?
Did you claim UK benefit while you were there?
Did you claim benefit from this country while you were there?
How long had you lived in the UK before you went abroad?


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When did you go abroad? Date PDF Only
Why did you go abroad?
When did you arrive in the UK?
Has the Home Office granted leave to remain in UK as a refugee, exceptional leave to remain or indefinite leave to remain?
Have you been deported or compulsorily removed from another country since 2nd May 2000?
Have you come into the UK under a sponsorship agreement?

Children
Do you have any dependent children under 20 living with you?
Are you (or your partner) getting Child Benefit?

Household
Does anyone over 16, except your partner and any children you are claiming for, live with you in this property?

Housing
Do you and / or your partner pay rent for or own the place where you are living?
What are your living arrangements?
How long do you expect to be there?
Are you liable for paying the rent on the whole property?
Are you liable for paying the mortgage?

Earned Income - Employed
Do you have a job at the moment, paid or unpaid?
No. hours normally per week
How often paid?
Normal net wage
What deductions do you have taken out of your wages apart from tax, National Insurance contributions and Pension?
Do you incur any expenses for your job and which ones if any does your employer refund you for?
Statutory Sick Pay
Employer’s Sick Pay
Working Families Tax Credit
Disabled Person Tax Credit
Payment from employer while on Paternity leave
Do you pay into a Pension Scheme?
Is it a work or private pension scheme?
How much do you pay in towards a Pension?

Partner Earned Income

Capital
Savings
Savings Type

Education
How many hours a week do you spend attending School/college?




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Locality types
Source: Aperia work commissioned by esd-toolkit

Label                    Description                         Source                                        Notes
City                     Locality is a city conferred by     Wikipedia research based upon this            Field used in Department for Transport
                         Letters Patent [national list]      definition : Department for Constitutional    National Passenger Transport Group data
                                                             Affairs - "City status is a rare mark of      schema
                                                             distinction granted by the Sovereign and      http://www.nptg.org.uk/localityTypes.htm
                                                             conferred by Letters Patent. It is granted
                                                             by personal Command of The Queen, on
                                                             the advice of Her Ministers. It is for Her
                                                             Majesty The Queen to decide when a
                                                             competition for city status should be held.
                                                             Competitions are usually held on
                                                             occasions such as important Royal
                                                             anniversaries."

Town                     Locality is a town with a town      Wikipedia research                            Field used in Department for Transport
                         charter of incorporation [could                                                   National Passenger Transport Group data
                         be a national or local list]                                                      schema
                                                                                                           http://www.nptg.org.uk/localityTypes.htm
Suburb                   Locality is an urban sub-area       Local                                         Field used in Department for Transport
                         of a town or city [could be a                                                     National Passenger Transport Group data
                         local list geo-spatially defined]                                                 schema
                                                                                                           http://www.nptg.org.uk/localityTypes.htm
Urban Centre             Locality is a city centre or town Local                                       Field used in Department for Transport
                         centre zone of another town or                                                National Passenger Transport Group data
                         city locility                                                                 schema
                                                                                                       http://www.nptg.org.uk/localityTypes.htm
Village                  Locality is a village (with a       Local                                     Field used in Department for Transport
                         church and at least 1 shop                                                    National Passenger Transport Group data
                         and/or 1 public house) [could                                                 schema
                         be a local list]                                                              http://www.nptg.org.uk/localityTypes.htm
Hamlet                   Locality is a hamlet (with no       Local                                     Field used in Department for Transport
                         church, pub or shop) [could be                                                National Passenger Transport Group data
                         a local list]                                                                 schema
                                                                                                       http://www.nptg.org.uk/localityTypes.htm
Place of Interest        Locality is a place of interest     Local                                     Field used in Department for Transport
                         whose name is distinct from                                                   National Passenger Transport Group data
                         another locality [could be a                                                  schema
                         local list]                                                                   http://www.nptg.org.uk/localityTypes.htm
County                   Locality has or formerly had a      http://www.statistics.gov.uk/geography/do Issues about changing names/boundaries
                         county council [national list]      wnloads/31_10_01_County_names_and_ eg pre 1974, pre 1986 (abolition of Met
                                                             codes_12_00.xls                           Counties) and pre 1996 (creation of first
                                                                                                       unitaries which saw Avon, Humberside and
                                                                                                       Cleveland abolished) (and soon pre 2009
                                                                                                       as more unitaries are created eg Cheshire,
                                                                                                       Durham, Northumberland)

District                 Locality is a district [national    http://www.statistics.gov.uk/geography/do
                         list]                               wnloads/02_11_01_District_names_and_
                                                             codes_Eng_12_00.xls
Parish                   Locality is a parish [local list]   http://www.statistics.gov.uk/geography/ge
                                                             ographic_area_listings/downloads/PAR_D
                                                             EC_2007_EN_NC.xls
Ward                     Locality is a Ward [local list]     http://www.statistics.gov.uk/geography/ge For an easy look-up between electoral
                                                             ographic_area_listings/downloads/WD_D wards/divisions and their respective local
                                                             EC_2007_EN_NC.xls                         authorities, please use the Standard
                                                                                                       Names and Codes (SNAC) product for the
                                                                                                       required year -
                                                                                                       http://www.statistics.gov.uk/geography/snac
                                                                                                       .asp

Country                  Locality is a Country [national
                         list]




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Postcode                 Locality is a Postcode [national    http://www.statistics.gov.uk/geography/ns
                         list]                               pd.asp
Region                   Locality is a Region [national      http://www.statistics.gov.uk/geography/gor
                         list]                               .asp
Output Areas             Locality is an Output Area          http://www.statistics.gov.uk/geography/so
                         [national list]                     a.asp
Super Output Areas       Locality is a Super Output Area     http://www.statistics.gov.uk/geography/so
                         [national list]                     a.asp
                         L
Parliamentary Constituency ocality is a Parliamentary        http://www.statistics.gov.uk/geography/ge
                         Constituency [national list]        ographic_area_listings/downloads/UKParli
                                                             amentaryConstituency.xls
Travel to Work Area        Locality is a Travel to Work      http://www.statistics.gov.uk/geography/ttw
                           Area [national list]              a.asp
National Park              Locality is a National Park       http://www.nationalparks.gov.uk/learninga
                           [national list]                   bout/factsandfigures.htm
Strategic Health Authority Locality is a Strategic Health    http://www.statistics.gov.uk/geography/ge
                           Authority [national list]         ographic_area_listings/downloads/SHA_J
                                                             UL_%202006_EN_NC.xls
Primary Care OrganisationLocality is a Primary Care
                            Area                             http://www.statistics.gov.uk/geography/ge
                           Organisation Area [national list] ographic_area_listings/downloads/PCO_D
                                                             EC_2007_EN_NC.xls
Registration District      Locality is a Registration        http://www.ukbmd.org.uk/genuki/reg/
                           District [national list]
AONB                       Locality is a AONB [local list]
Conservation Area          Locality is a Conservation Area
                           [local list]
House                                                        LLPG
Bungalow                                                     LLPG
Low rise flat                                                LLPG
High rise flat                                               LLPG
HMO                                                          LLPG
Mobile Home                                                  LLPG
House boat                                                   LLPG




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Local Government Business Category List
Source: www.esd.org.uk/standards/LGBCL

Business
           Agriculture and animal welfare
                                              Abattoir
                                              Agricultural colleges
                                              Animal boarding premises
                                              Animal feed mills
                                              Animal grooming
                                              Animal sanctuaries
                                              Animal training
                                              Florist shops and floral displays
                                              Arable farming
                                              Bird removal
                                              Pet shops
                                              Cat breeding
                                              Cattle farming
                                              Dairy farming
                                              Dog breeding
                                              Water services and supplies
                                              Egg producing
                                              Farm and agricultural supplies
                                              Fishing and fish farming
                                              Fruit farming / orchards
                                              Fruit farming / orchards
                                              Game propagation
                                              Goat farming
                                              Grounds maintenance and landscaping
                                              Horticulture / nurseries
                                              Horticultural supplies
                                              Hunt kennels
                                              Knackers' yard
                                              Market gardens
                                              Mixed farming
                                              Non-commercial stables
                                              Non-licensed riding stables
                                              Organic farming
                                              Other livestock farming
                                              Pastoral farming
                                              Pig farming
                                              Poultry farming
                                              Quarantine premises
                                              Riding / livery establishments
                                              Sheep farming
                                              Vegetable growing
                                              Veterinary services
                                              Zoos
           Hotels, catering and other accommodations
                                              Nightclubs
                                              Public houses and bars
                                              Residential homes
                                              Bed and breakfasts - licensed
                                              Bed and breakfasts - non licensed
                                              Bed sits
                                              Cafes - licensed
                                              Cafes - non-licensed
                                              Canteens
                                              Children's homes



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                                               Guesthouses
                                               Health authorities registered nursing homes
                                               Holiday cottages / chalets
                                               Home catering
                                               Hospital kitchens
                                               Hostels
                                               Hotels
                                               Luncheon clubs
                                               Outside catering
                                               Residential clubs
                                               Restaurants - licensed
                                               Restaurants - non-licensed
                                               Roadside catering
                                               School kitchens
                                               School meals production
                                               Self-catering accommodation
                                               Takeaways
          Information technology and telecom
                                               Data processing and database activities
                                               Hardware consultancies
                                               Mobile phones and telecommunications
                                               Computer related activities
                                               Software consultancies
                                               Web developing
          Manufacturing - food
                                               Brewery
                                               Cheese making
                                               Egg packing
                                               Fruit packing
                                               Malting
                                               Fruits and vegetables
                                               Alcoholic drinks
                                               Bread and flour
                                               Confectionary / chocolates / sugar
                                               Dairy products
                                               Fish and fish products
                                               Other foods
                                               Meat and meat products
                                               Soups / condiments / seasonings
                                               Water / soft drinks
                                               Cakes / pastries / biscuits / pies
                                               Meat packing
                                               Milk bottling
                                               Milk distributing
                                               Abattoir
                                               Animal feeding stuffs
                                               Poultry products
          Manufacturing - non-food
                                               Boat building (and components)
                                               Clothing and shoes
                                               Construction products
                                               Cosmetics
                                               Domestic chemicals, rubber and plastics
                                               Domestic electrical equipment
                                               Electrical machinery / equipment
                                               Fertilisers
                                               Furniture and upholstery
                                               Glass / glazing products
                                               Jewellery



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                                             Machinery
                                             Mechanical engineering
                                             Metals
                                             Motor vehicles / parts / accessories
                                             Non-domestic chemicals
                                             Non-domestic electrical equipment
                                             Personal protective equipment
                                             Printing, paper and packaging
                                             Textiles and leather (not clothing)
                                             Toys / games / sports equipment
                                             Tobacco and tobacco products
                                             Wood
                                             Ceramics / non-metal mineral products
                                             Recorded media
                                             Coke / petroleum products / nuclear fuel
                                             Aircrafts / spacecrafts
                                             Motorcycles / bicycles
                                             Other transport equipment
                                             Railway / tramway / rolling stock
                                             Household and leisure equipment
                                             Recycling
          Mining and quarrying
                                             Quarrying / extraction
          Not for profit organisations
                                             Charitable organisations
                                             Research organisations / special interest groups
                                             Extra-territorial organizations
                                             Regulatory bodies
          Packing / importing
                                             Food importing
                                             Non-food importing
                                             Food packing
                                             Non-food packing
          Personal services
                                             Day nurseries
                                             Acupuncture
                                             Aromatherapy
                                             Chiropractics and osteopathy
                                             Chiropody and podiatry
                                             Dental services
                                             Dental services
                                             Homeopathy
                                             Meditation and Hypnotherapy
                                             Physiotherapy
                                             Reflexology
                                             Trichology
                                             Beauty salons
                                             Childminding and nanny services
                                             Counselling services
                                             Ear / body piercing services
                                             Electrology
                                             Hairdressing services
                                             Masseurs / masseuse services
                                             Modelling agencies
                                             Personal training, aerobics, yoga and dance services
                                             Piano tuning services
                                             Private investigation and surveillance services
                                             Residential homes and care workers
                                             Sun beds / solariums



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                                             Tattooing
                                             Embalming services
                                             Wedding and party services
          Professional services
                                             Accounting, book-keeping and tax services
                                             Consulting
                                             Legal services
                                             Static alarm consulting
                                             Vehicle alarm consulting
                                             Estate agents' services
                                             Veterinary services
                                             Architecture / surveying
                                             Civil engineering
                                             Engineering
          Property and real estate
                                             Accommodation agencies
                                             Estate agents' services
                                             Landlord tenancy
                                             Property letting / sale / purchase
                                             Real estate auctioneering
                                             Architecture / surveying
          Business services
                                             Consulting
                                             Real estate auctioneering
                                             Machinery / equipment rental
                                             Courier services
                                             Advertising, public relations and marketing agencies
                                             Livestock auctioneering
                                             Vehicles auctioneering
                                             Auctioneering
                                             Business and management consultancies
                                             Events and exhibitions services
                                             Industrial cleaning services
                                             Management of holding companies
                                             Personnel and recruitment services
                                             Secretarial / admin / personal assistant services
                                             Security services
                                             Translation services
                                             Wedding and party services
          Publishing and printing
                                             Printing / publishing
          Rental
                                             Boat hire
                                             Coach and bus hire
                                             Machinery / equipment rental
                                             Plant hire and tool rental
                                             Private hire licensee
                                             Private hire operators
                                             Skip hire
                                             Taxis and minicabs
                                             Vehicle rental
                                             Video / computer game rental
                                             Air transport equipment hire
          Retail - food
                                             Bakery / confectionary
                                             Beverages
                                             Butchery
                                             Dairy (milk) rounds
                                             Delicatessen



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                                             Egg stalls
                                             Farm shops
                                             Farmers market
                                             Fishmongers
                                             Frozen food centres
                                             General stores
                                             Greengrocer shops
                                             Health food shops
                                             Market stalls
                                             Mobile shops
                                             News agencies (food outlet)
                                             Off-licences
                                             Petrol station with shops
                                             Supermarkets
                                             Weigh and save shops
          Retail - non-food
                                             Interior designing
                                             Travel agencies / tour operator companies
                                             Optometric services
                                             Optometric services
                                             Printing / publishing
                                             Antique shops
                                             Baby equipment shops
                                             Banks
                                             Beauty shops
                                             Animal grooming
                                             Bicycle shops
                                             Boat yard
                                             Book shops
                                             Builders' merchant shops
                                             Building societies
                                             Bureau de changes
                                             Camping shops
                                             Car trading - private address
                                             Caravan showrooms
                                             Card / gift shops
                                             Charity shops
                                             Chemists / pharmacies
                                             Clothes shops
                                             Computer / office equipment shops
                                             Coal merchants' shops
                                             Department stores
                                             Double glazing shops
                                             Do-it-yourself shops
                                             Dry cleaning and launderette services
                                             Electrical appliance shops
                                             Coffin making shops
                                             Emergency locksmith shops
                                             Fishing tackle shops
                                             Florist shops and floral displays
                                             Funeral director services
                                             Funeral services
                                             Furniture and upholstery shops
                                             Garage - new motor vehicles
                                             Garage - second-hand motor vehicles
                                             Garden centres
                                             Gunsmith shops
                                             Haberdashers' shops
                                             Hardware shops



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                                             Hairdressing salons
                                             Herbal shops
                                             Ironmongers shops
                                             Jewellery shops
                                             Lawnmowers and garden machinery
                                             Lighting equipment / furniture shops
                                             Locksmith shops
                                             Mail order businesses
                                             Market stalls (non-food)
                                             Motor parts and accessories retail
                                             Motor vehicle servicing / garage services
                                             Museum / gallery shops
                                             Musical instrument shops
                                             News agencies (non-food)
                                             Paint shops
                                             Pawn broking shops
                                             Pet shops
                                             Petrol station (without shop)
                                             Photography shops
                                             Picture framing shops
                                             Post office
                                             Recorded music / video / games shops
                                             Saddlery
                                             Second hand-shops
                                             Sex shops
                                             Shoe repair / key cutting shops
                                             Shoe shops
                                             Sports shops
                                             Stationery shops
                                             Telephone shops (including mobiles)
                                             Ticket booking agencies
                                             Tobacco shops
                                             Toy shops
                                             Art and craft shops
                                             Tyre / exhaust fitting
                                             Television / electrical repair service
                                             Wool shops
                                             Wood shops
                                             Watch repair shops
                                             Household / personal goods repair shops
          Transport
                                             Taxis and minicabs
                                             Air transport
                                             Airports
                                             Bus / coach transport
                                             Cargo handling and storage
                                             Distribution
                                             Food haulage (non-live)
                                             Hackney carriage licensee
                                             Hackney carriage operators
                                             Haulage - non-food
                                             Livestock haulage
                                             Ports / docks
                                             Courier services
                                             Rail transport
                                             Removal services
                                             Water transport
                                             Other land transport
                                             Transport agencies



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          Utilities
                                               Electricity supply
                                               Petroleum and gas supply
                                               Water services and supplies
                                               Sewage works
          Wholesale - food
                                               Cash and carry
                                               Confectionary
                                               Dairy produce
                                               Eggs
                                               Other foods
                                               Fruit and vegetables
                                               Meat and meat products
                                               Milk
                                               Wine / spirits / other beverages
                                               Fish / seafoods
                                               Live animals
                                               Non-alcoholic beverages
          Wholesale - non-food
                                               Agriculture raw materials
                                               Books
                                               Building materials
                                               Carpets
                                               Clothing and shoes
                                               Coal
                                               Cosmetics
                                               Electrical goods
                                               Flowers
                                               Furniture (non-upholstered)
                                               Furniture and upholstery
                                               Hardware
                                               Liquid fuels / minerals / chemicals
                                               Machines / equipment
                                               Pet food
                                               Stationery
                                               Textiles (not clothing)
                                               Toys / games / sports equipment
                                               Waste / Scrap
                                               Non-agricultural raw materials
                                               Motorvehicles and accessories
                                               Tobacco products
                                               Pharmaceutical goods
                                               Household goods
          Construction and building services
                                               Plant hire and tool rental
                                               Building materials
                                               Architecture / surveying
                                               Building contracting
                                               Builders' merchants services
                                               Carpet laying
                                               Civil engineering
                                               Electrical installation
                                               Engineering
                                               Floor and wall covering
                                               Glazing
                                               Joinery
                                               Painting and decorating services
                                               Plastering
                                               Plumbing and heating services



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                                               Roofing / thatching contracting
                                               Shopfittings
          Creative services and media
                                               Film and video production
                                               Graphic designing
                                               Interior designing
                                               Photography
                                               Picture framing
                                               Radio and television
                                               Clothing, textiles and shoe designing
                                               Printing / publishing
                                               Architecture / surveying
                                               Art and illustrations
                                               Art studios
                                               Editorial and literary services
          Education
                                               Adult education
                                               Day nurseries
                                               Driving schools
                                               Higher education institutions
                                               Playgroups
                                               Private schools
                                               Schools / colleges
                                               Vocational Courses
                                               After school clubs
          Entertainment, leisure and tourism
                                               Amusement arcades
                                               Bingo halls
                                               Bowling alleys
                                               Bowls clubs
                                               Campsites and caravan parks
                                               Casinos and gambling clubs
                                               Cinemas
                                               Conference centres
                                               Performing arts
                                               Fairgrounds
                                               Fitness and sports centres
                                               Flying / gliding clubs
                                               Golf clubs
                                               Leisure centres
                                               Libraries
                                               Members' only organisations
                                               Museums / galleries
                                               Music / recording studios
                                               Nightclubs
                                               Public houses and bars
                                               Sports grounds
                                               Swimming pools and water sports
                                               Theatres
                                               Travel agencies / tour operator companies
                                               Betting shops
                                               Animal sanctuaries
                                               Zoos
                                               Zoos
                                               Zoos
                                               Art studios
          Financial and legal services
                                               Accounting, book-keeping and tax services
                                               Consumer credit broking



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                                             Debt recovery services
                                             Financial advise / consulting
                                             Insurance services
                                             Solicitors' services
                                             Money lending services
                                             Pensions
                                             Stock brokerage
                                             Legal services
                                             Banks
                                             Building societies
                                             Bureau de changes
                                             Pawn broking shops
                                             Financial intermediation services
          Forestry
                                             Tree maintenance
                                             Forestry (including logging)
                                             Forestry consulting
                                             Timber management
          Health, social work and complementary medicines
                                             Acupuncture
                                             Aromatherapy
                                             Chiropractics and osteopathy
                                             Chiropody and podiatry
                                             Dental services
                                             Dental services
                                             Doctor's surgeries
                                             Homeopathy
                                             Hospitals
                                             Meditation and Hypnotherapy
                                             Nursing agencies
                                             Nursing homes
                                             Optometric services
                                             Optometric services
                                             Physiotherapy
                                             Reflexology
                                             Residential homes
                                             Social work
                                             Trichology
                                             Children's homes
                                             After school clubs




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See NLPG website document
section 3.1.13 and annex F http://www.iahub.net/docs/1184161851899.pdf




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ONS datasets available at output area level
Source: ONS OA datasets

Subject name                            Dataset Name
2001 Census: Census Area Statistics     Accommodation Type - Household Spaces (UV56)
                                        Accommodation Type - People (UV42)
                                        Age - Workplace Population (UV75)
                                        Age (UV04)
                                        Amenities (UV60)
                                        Approximated Social Grade - Workplace Population (UV78)
                                        Approximated Social Grade (UV50)
                                        Cars or Vans (UV62)
                                        Communal Establishment Residents (UV71)
                                        Communal Establishments - People (UV73)
                                        Communal Establishments (UV70)
                                        Country of Birth (UV08)
                                        Dependent Children (UV06)
                                        Distance Travelled to Work - Workplace Population (UV80)
                                        Distance Travelled to Work (UV35)
                                        Dwellings (UV55)
                                        Economic Activity - Full-time Students (UV29)
                                        Economic Activity (UV28)
                                        Ethnic Group (UV09)
                                        General Health (UV20)
                                        Hours Worked (UV41)
                                        Household Composition - Households - Alternative Classification (UV66)
                                        Household Composition - Households (UV65)
                                        Household Composition - People - Alternative Classification (UV47)
                                        Household Composition - People (UV46)
                                        Household Type (UV68)
                                        Households by Selected Household Characteristics (UV67)
                                        Housing Stock (UV53)
                                        Industry of Employment (UV34)
                                        Knowledge of Welsh (UV13)
                                        Limiting Long-term Illness (UV22)
                                        Living Arrangements (UV82)
                                        Lowest Floor Level (UV61)
                                        Marital Status (UV07)
                                        Method of Travel to Work - Daytime Population (UV37)
                                        Method of Travel to Work - Resident Population (UV39)
                                        Multiple Ethnic Groups (UV69)
                                        National Statistics Socio-economic Classification - Workplace Population (UV76)
                                        National Statistics Socio-economic Classification (UV31)
                                        NS-SeC of Household Reference Person - People Under Pensionable Age (UV32)
                                        NS-SeC of Household Reference Person (UV33)
                                        Number of People Living in Households (UV51)
                                        Number of Rooms (UV57)
                                        Occupancy Rating (UV59)
                                        Occupation Groups (UV30)
                                        People Aged 18 to 64 in Single Adult Households (UV48)
                                        Persons per Room - Household Residents (UV83)
                                        Persons per Room - Households (UV58)
                                        Population (UV01)
                                        Population Density (UV02)
                                        Provision of Unpaid Care (UV21)
                                        Qualifications (UV24)
                                        Religion (UV15)
                                        Residents in Households by NS-SeC of Household Reference Person Under Pensionable Age (UV85)
                                        Schoolchildren and Students in Full-time Education Living Away From Home During Term-time (UV05)
                                        Sex (UV03)
                                        Tenure - Households (UV63)
                                        Tenure - Pensioners (UV45)
                                        Tenure - People (UV43)
                                        Time Since Last Worked (UV27)
                                        Welsh Language Skills (UV84)
2001 Census: Key Statistics             Age Structure (KS02)
                                        Cars or Vans (KS17)
                                        Communal Establishment Residents (KS23)
                                        Country of Birth (KS05)
                                        Economic Activity - All People (KS09A)
                                        Economic Activity - Females (KS09C)
                                        Economic Activity - Males (KS09B)

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                                        Ethnic Group (KS06)
                                        Ethnic Group and Identification as Welsh (KS06A)
                                        Health and Provision of Unpaid Care (KS08)
                                        Hours Worked (KS10)
                                        Household Composition (KS20)
                                        Household Spaces and Accommodation Type (KS16)
                                        Households with Limiting Long-term Illness and Dependent Children (KS21)
                                        Industry of Employment - All People (KS11A)
                                        Industry of Employment - Females (KS11C)
                                        Industry of Employment - Males (KS11B)
                                        Knowledge of Welsh (KS25)
                                        Living Arrangements (KS03)
                                        Lone Parent Households with Dependent Children (KS22)
                                        Marital Status (KS04)
                                        National Statistics Socio-economic Classification - All People (KS14A)
                                        National Statistics Socio-economic Classification - Females (KS14C)
                                        National Statistics Socio-economic Classification - Males (KS14B)
                                        Occupation Groups - All People (KS12A)
                                        Occupation Groups - Females (KS12C)
                                        Occupation Groups - Males (KS12B)
                                        Qualifications and Students (KS13)
                                        Religion (KS07)
                                        Rooms, Amenities, Central Heating and Lowest Floor Level (KS19)
                                        Tenure (KS18)
                                        Travel to Work (KS15)
                                        Usual Resident Population (KS01)
Access to Services                      Cars or Vans (KS17)
                                        Cars or Vans (UV62)
                                        Distance Travelled to Work - Workplace Population (UV80)
                                        Distance Travelled to Work (UV35)
                                        Method of Travel to Work - Daytime Population (UV37)
                                        Method of Travel to Work - Resident Population (UV39)
                                        Travel to Work (KS15)
                                        Communal Establishment Residents (KS23)
Community Well-being / Social Environment
                                        Communal Establishment Residents (UV71)
                                        Communal Establishments - People (UV73)
                                        Communal Establishments (UV70)
                                        Health and Provision of Unpaid Care (KS08)
                                        Provision of Unpaid Care (UV21)
                                        Religion (KS07)
                                        Religion (UV15)
Education, Skills and Training          Economic Activity - Full-time Students (UV29)
                                        Qualifications (UV24)
                                        Qualifications and Students (KS13)
                                        Schoolchildren and Students in Full-time Education Living Away From Home During Term-time (UV05)
Health and Care                         Communal Establishment Residents (KS23)
                                        Communal Establishment Residents (UV71)
                                        Communal Establishments - People (UV73)
                                        Communal Establishments (UV70)
                                        General Health (UV20)
                                        Health and Provision of Unpaid Care (KS08)
                                        Households with Limiting Long-term Illness and Dependent Children (KS21)
                                        Limiting Long-term Illness (UV22)
                                        Provision of Unpaid Care (UV21)
Housing                                 Accommodation Type - Household Spaces (UV56)
                                        Accommodation Type - People (UV42)
                                        Amenities (UV60)
                                        Communal Establishment Residents (KS23)
                                        Communal Establishment Residents (UV71)
                                        Communal Establishments - People (UV73)
                                        Communal Establishments (UV70)
                                        Dwelling Stock by Council Tax Band, 2001
                                        Dwelling Stock by Council Tax Band, 2002
                                        Dwelling Stock by Council Tax Band, 2003
                                        Dwelling Stock by Council Tax Band, 2004
                                        Dwelling Stock by Council Tax Band, 2005
                                        Dwelling Stock by Council Tax Band, 2006
                                        Dwelling Stock by Council Tax Band, 2007
                                        Dwellings (UV55)
                                        Household Spaces and Accommodation Type (KS16)
                                        Housing Stock (UV53)
                                        Lowest Floor Level (UV61)

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                                          Number of People Living in Households (UV51)
                                          Number of Rooms (UV57)
                                          Occupancy Rating (UV59)
                                          Persons per Room - Household Residents (UV83)
                                          Persons per Room - Households (UV58)
                                          Rooms, Amenities, Central Heating and Lowest Floor Level (KS19)
                                          Tenure - Households (UV63)
                                          Tenure - Pensioners (UV45)
                                          Tenure - People (UV43)
                                          Tenure (KS18)
Indicators                                Age Structure (KS02)
                                          Communal Establishment Residents (KS23)
                                          Dwelling Stock by Council Tax Band, 2001
                                          Dwelling Stock by Council Tax Band, 2002
                                          Dwelling Stock by Council Tax Band, 2003
                                          Dwelling Stock by Council Tax Band, 2004
                                          Dwelling Stock by Council Tax Band, 2005
                                          Dwelling Stock by Council Tax Band, 2006
                                          Dwelling Stock by Council Tax Band, 2007
                                          Ethnic Group and Identification as Welsh (KS06A)
                                          Household Composition (KS20)
                                          Qualifications and Students (KS13)
                                          Travel to Work (KS15)
Indices of Deprivation and Classification Approximated Social Grade - Workplace Population (UV78)
                                          Approximated Social Grade (UV50)
                                          Households by Selected Household Characteristics (UV67)
                                          National Statistics 2001 Area Classification of Output Areas
                                          National Statistics Socio-economic Classification - Workplace Population (UV76)
                                          National Statistics Socio-economic Classification (UV31)
                                          NS-SeC of Household Reference Person - People Under Pensionable Age (UV32)
                                          NS-SeC of Household Reference Person (UV33)
                                          Residents in Households by NS-SeC of Household Reference Person Under Pensionable Age (UV85)
                                          Rural and Urban Area Classification for Output Areas, 2004
People and Society: Income and Lifestyles Cars or Vans (KS17)
                                          Cars or Vans (UV62)
                                          Dependent Children (UV06)
                                          Household Composition - Households - Alternative Classification (UV66)
                                          Household Composition - Households (UV65)
                                          Household Composition - People - Alternative Classification (UV47)
                                          Household Composition - People (UV46)
                                          Household Composition (KS20)
                                          Household Type (UV68)
                                          Knowledge of Welsh (KS25)
                                          Knowledge of Welsh (UV13)
                                          Living Arrangements (KS03)
                                          Living Arrangements (UV82)
                                          Lone Parent Households with Dependent Children (KS22)
                                          People Aged 18 to 64 in Single Adult Households (UV48)
                                          Religion (KS07)
                                          Religion (UV15)
                                          Age
People and Society: Population and Migration - Workplace Population (UV75)
                                          Age (UV04)
                                          Age Structure (KS02)
                                          Country of Birth (KS05)
                                          Country of Birth (UV08)
                                          Distance Travelled to Work - Workplace Population (UV80)
                                          Ethnic Group (KS06)
                                          Ethnic Group (UV09)
                                          Ethnic Group and Identification as Welsh (KS06A)
                                          Marital Status (KS04)
                                          Marital Status (UV07)
                                          Multiple Ethnic Groups (UV69)
                                          National Statistics Socio-economic Classification - All People (KS14A)
                                          National Statistics Socio-economic Classification - Females (KS14C)
                                          National Statistics Socio-economic Classification - Males (KS14B)
                                          Population (UV01)
                                          Population Density (UV02)
                                          Schoolchildren and Students in Full-time Education Living Away From Home During Term-time (UV05)
                                          Sex (UV03)
                                          Usual Resident Population (KS01)
                                          Welsh Language Skills (UV84)
Physical Environment                      Land Use Statistics (Generalised Land Use Database), 2001

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                                     Land Use Statistics (Generalised Land Use Database), 2005
Work Deprivation                     Distance Travelled to Work - Workplace Population (UV80)
                                     Distance Travelled to Work (UV35)
                                     Economic Activity - All People (KS09A)
                                     Economic Activity - Females (KS09C)
                                     Economic Activity - Full-time Students (UV29)
                                     Economic Activity - Males (KS09B)
                                     Economic Activity (UV28)
                                     Hours Worked (KS10)
                                     Hours Worked (UV41)
                                     Industry of Employment - All People (KS11A)
                                     Industry of Employment - Females (KS11C)
                                     Industry of Employment - Males (KS11B)
                                     Industry of Employment (UV34)
                                     Method of Travel to Work - Daytime Population (UV37)
                                     Method of Travel to Work - Resident Population (UV39)
                                     Occupation Groups - All People (KS12A)
                                     Occupation Groups - Females (KS12C)
                                     Occupation Groups - Males (KS12B)
                                     Occupation Groups (UV30)
                                     Time Since Last Worked (UV27)
                                     Travel to Work (KS15)




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Parameters in the formula for each national indicator
Source: CLG / Data Interchange Hub

NI                                                                                              Type of authority
number NI name                                              Parameter description
                                                    Parameter                                   responsible
      1 % of people who believe people from         X       People surveyed who answered yes Audit Commission
        different backgrounds get on well                   to believing people from different
        together in theirlocal area                         backgrounds get on well together in
                                                            their local area
       1 % of people who believe people from        Y       Total number of people surveyed     Audit Commission
         different backgrounds get on well
         together in theirlocal area
       2 % of people who feel that they belong to   X         People surveyed who answered yes Audit Commission
         their neighbourhood                                  to feeling that they belong to their
                                                              neighbourhood
       2 % of people who feel that they belong to   Y         Total number of people surveyed      Audit Commission
         their neighbourhood
       3 Civic participation in the local area      X         People surveyed who answered yes Audit Commission
                                                              to civic participation in the local area

       3 Civic participation in the local area      Y         Total number of people surveyed  Audit Commission
       4 % of people who feel they can influence    X         People surveyed who answered yes Audit Commission
         decisions in their locality                          to feeling they can influence
                                                              decisions in their locality
       4 % of people who feel they can influence    Y         Total number of people surveyed  Audit Commission
         decisions in their locality
       5 Overall/general satisfaction with local    X         People surveyed who answered yes Audit Commission
         area                                                 to overall/general satisfaction with
                                                              local area
       5 Overall/general satisfaction with local    Y         Total number of people surveyed      Audit Commission
         area
       6 Participation in regular volunteering      X         People surveyed who answered yes          Audit Commission
                                                              to participation in regular
                                                              volunteering
       6 Participation in regular volunteering      Y         Total number of people surveyed           Audit Commission
       7 Environment for a thriving third sector    X         Number of third sector                    Third Sector Research
                                                              organisations giving a positive           Team, Communities
                                                              rating of local statutory bodies'         and Local Government
                                                              influence on the success of
                                                              organisations in the local third sector

       7 Environment for a thriving third sector    Y         Total number of third sector              Third Sector Research
                                                              organisations responding to the           Team, Communities
                                                              survey                                    and Local Government

       8 Adult participation in sport and active    X         People surveyed who answered yes The Active People
         recreation                                           to participating in sports and active Survey will be
                                                              recreation                            undertaken by Sport
                                                                                                    England. Reporting will
                                                                                                    be coordinated by
                                                                                                    DCMS
       8 Adult participation in sport and active    Y         Total people surveyed                 The Active People
         recreation                                                                                 Survey will be
                                                                                                    undertaken by Sport
                                                                                                    England. Reporting will
                                                                                                    be coordinated by
                                                                                                    DCMS




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      9 Use of public libraries                X          Number of people who answered         The Active People
                                                          yes to using public libraries         Survey will be
                                                                                                undertaken by Sport
                                                                                                England. Reporting will
                                                                                                be coordinated by
                                                                                                DCMS
      9 Use of public libraries                Y          Total number of people surveyed       The Active People
                                                                                                Survey will be
                                                                                                undertaken by Sport
                                                                                                England. Reporting will
                                                                                                be coordinated by
                                                                                                DCMS
     10 Visits to museums and galleries        X          Number of people who answered         The Active People
                                                          yes to going to museums and           Survey will be
                                                          galleries                             undertaken by Sport
                                                                                                England. Reporting will
                                                                                                be coordinated by
                                                                                                DCMS
     10 Visits to museums and galleries        Y          Total number of people surveyed       The Active People
                                                                                                Survey will be
                                                                                                undertaken by Sport
                                                                                                England. Reporting will
                                                                                                be coordinated by
                                                                                                DCMS
     11 Engagement in the Arts                 X          Number of people who answered         The Active People
                                                          yes to having engaged in the arts     Survey will be
                                                                                                undertaken by Sport
                                                                                                England. Reporting will
                                                                                                be coordinated by
                                                                                                DCMS
     11 Engagement in the Arts                 Y          Total number of people surveyed       The Active People
                                                                                                Survey will be
                                                                                                undertaken by Sport
                                                                                                England. Reporting will
                                                                                                be coordinated by
                                                                                                DCMS
     13 Migrants’ English language skills and X         Total number of people achieving      Data is obtained from
        knowledge                                         an ESOL SKills for Life qualification local authorities
                                                          at any level                          sourced through
                                                                                                delivery organisations
                                                                                                – Applicants, Take
                                                                                                Up, Learning
                                                                                                Outcomes. Key
                                                                                                contacts will be the
                                                                                                Learning Skills
                                                                                                Councils, Principals of
                                                                                                Further Education,
                                                                                                Adult and Community
                                                                                                Colleges, and/or the
                                                                                                Local Education
                                                                                                Authority.




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     13 Migrants’ English language skills and Y            Total number of people that have        Data is obtained from
        knowledge                                            applied and met the criteria for        local authorities
                                                             entry onto such a course. y should      sourced through
                                                             include those applicants who have       delivery organisations
                                                             met the criteria (where applicable)     – Applicants, Take
                                                             for entry onto the course regardless    Up, Learning
                                                             of whether they are then eventually     Outcomes. Key
                                                             accepted o                              contacts will be the
                                                                                                     Learning Skills
                                                                                                     Councils, Principals of
                                                                                                     Further Education,
                                                                                                     Adult and Community
                                                                                                     Colleges, and/or the
                                                                                                     Local Education
                                                                                                     Authority.
     14 Avoidable contact: the proportion of       X         The number of customer contacts         Local authority
        customer contact that is of low or no                that are assessed as avoidable
        value to the customer
     14 Avoidable contact: the proportion of       Y         The total number of customer          Local authority
        customer contact that is of low or no                contacts within the relevant services
        value to the customer
     15 Serious violent crime rate                                                                   Crime Disorder
                                                                                                     Reduction
                                                                                                     Partnership/BCU
     16 Serious acquisitive crime rate                                                               Crime Disorder
                                                                                                     Reduction
                                                                                                     Partnership/BCU
     17 Perceptions of anti-social behaviour       X         Number of people who answered           Audit Commission
                                                             yes to a perceptions of high level of
                                                             anti-social behaviour in their area

     17 Perceptions of anti-social behaviour       Y         Number of people surveyed            Audit Commission
     18 Adult re-offending rates for those under   P         Number of offenders in the quarters National Offender
        probation supervision                                probation caseload                   Management
                                                                                                  Service/Probation
     18 Adult re-offending rates for those under   Pestm     Number of offenders in probation     National Offender
        probation supervision                                caseload that were predicted to re- Management
                                                             offend in the three months after the Service/Probation
                                                             quarters caseload was drawn via
                                                             Logistic regression (statistical)
                                                             model of re-offending behaviour
                                                             based on offender characteristics
     18 Adult re-offending rates for those under   Po        Number of offenders in probation     National Offender
        probation supervision                                caseload that had re-offended in     Management
                                                             the three months after the quarters Service/Probation
                                                             caseload was drawn
     19 Rate of proven re-offending by young       X         Total number of offences committed Youth Offending Team
        offenders                                            by young people in cohort

     19 Rate of proven re-offending by young       Y         Total number of young people in         Youth Offending Team
        offenders                                            cohort
     20 Assault with injury crime rate                                                               Crime Disorder
                                                                                                     Reduction
                                                                                                     Partnership/BCU
     21 Dealing with local concerns about anti-  X           Dealing with local concerns about       Audit Commission
        social behaviour and crime issues by the             anti-social behaviour and crime
        local counciland police                              issues by the local council and
                                                             police



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     21 Dealing with local concerns about anti-   Y            Total number of people surveyed        Audit Commission
        social behaviour and crime issues by the
        local counciland police
     22 Perceptions of parents taking             X            People who answered yes to the         Audit Commission
        responsibility for the behaviour of their              perceptions of parents taking
        children in the area                                   responsibility for the behaviour of
                                                               their children in the area
     22 Perceptions of parents taking                Y         Total number of people surveyed        Audit Commission
        responsibility for the behaviour of their
        children in the area
     23 Perceptions that people in the area treat    X         People who answered yes to the         Audit Commission
        one another with respect and                           perceptions that people in the area
        consideration                                          treat one another with respect and
                                                               consideration
     23 Perceptions that people in the area treat    Y         Total number of people surveyed        Audit Commission
        one another with respect and
        consideration
     26 Specialist support to victims of a serious   A         Total no of victims of a serious       Local authority
        sexual offence (To be deferred until                   sexual offence aged 16 or over
        2010, subject to piloting)                             receiving support from a specialist
                                                               sexual violence service who have
                                                               reported the offence to the police
                                                               within the reporting period (data to
                                                               LAs from specialist sexual violence
                                                               services)
     27 Understanding of local concerns about     x            People who answered yes to an          Audit Commission
        anti-social behaviour and crime issues by              understanding of local concerns
        the localcouncil and police                            about anti-social behaviour and
                                                               crime issues by the local council
                                                               and police
     27 Understanding of local concerns about     y            Total number of people surveyed        Audit Commission
        anti-social behaviour and crime issues by
        the localcouncil and police
     28 Serious knife crime rate                                                                      Recorded crime data
                                                                                                      will be developed and
                                                                                                      disseminated from
                                                                                                      police force data by the
                                                                                                      Home Office
     29 Gun crime rate                                                                                Crime Disorder
                                                                                                      Reduction Partnership
     30 Re-offending rate of prolific and priority   X         Total number of convictions across     To be confirmed
        offenders                                              target group
     30 Re-offending rate of prolific and priority   Y         Number of individuals in target        To be confirmed
        offenders                                              group
     32 Repeat incidents of domestic violence        X         Number of cases reviewed at            BCU/Crime Disorder
                                                               MARAC who have been reviewed           Reduction Partnership
                                                               at previous MARACs in 12 months
     32 Repeat incidents of domestic violence        Y         Total number of cases reviewed at      BCU/Crime Disorder
                                                               MARAC in 12 months                     Reduction Partnership
     33 Arson incidents                              X         Number of deliberate fires             Fire and Rescue
                                                                                                      Authority
     33 Arson incidents                              Y         Total population                       Fire and Rescue
                                                                                                      Authority
     34 Domestic violence – murder                 a         Number of domestic homicide            Crime Disorder
                                                               offences                               Reduction Partnership
                                                                                                      or BCU level
     34 Domestic violence – murder                 b         Population of the force area           Crime Disorder
                                                                                                      Reduction Partnership
                                                                                                      or BCU level

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     35 Building resilience to violent extremism                                                     Local authority
     36 Reducing the vulnerability of crowded      X         Level of vulnerability of crowded       Home Office
        places from terrorist attack                         places to terrorist attack (1 to 5,
                                                             where 1 is very low level of
                                                             vulnerability and 5 is very high level)

     37 Awareness of civil protection              x         Number of people who answered        Audit Commission
        arrangements in the local area                       yes to being aware of civil
                                                             protection arrangements in the local
                                                             area
     37 Awareness of civil protection              y         Total number of people surveyed      Audit Commission
        arrangements in the local area
     38 Drug-related (Class A) offending           X         Number of proven and recorded          Drug Action Team*
                                                             offenses within a cohort               (DAT)*See Further
                                                                                                    guidance
     38 Drug-related (Class A) offending           Y         Total number of individuals within     Drug Action Team*
                                                             the cohort. Figure is compared to      (DAT)*See Further
                                                             the previous year's to determine an    guidance
                                                             increase/decrease in offending rates

     39 Rate of Hospital Admissions per 100,000 X            Number of alochol related              Department of Health
        for Alcohol Related Harm                             admissions to hospital
     39 Rate of Hospital Admissions per 100,000 Y            Total population                       Department of Health
        for Alcohol Related Harm
     40 Number of drug users recorded as being X             Total number of drug-users             The National
        in effective treatment                               recorded as being in effective         Treatment Agency
                                                             treatment in baseline year 2007/08     through the National
                                                                                                    Drug Treatment
                                                                                                    MonitoringSystem
                                                                                                    (NDTMS)
     40 Number of drug users recorded as being     Y         Total number of drug-users             The National
        in effective treatment                               recorded as being in effective         Treatment Agency
                                                             treatment in current financial year    through the National
                                                                                                    Drug Treatment
                                                                                                    MonitoringSystem
                                                                                                    (NDTMS)
     41 Perceptions of drunk or rowdy behaviour    X         Number of people who answered          Audit Commission
        as a problem                                         yes to the perception of drunk or
                                                             rowdy behaviour as a problem
     41 Perceptions of drunk or rowdy behaviour    Y         Total number of people surveyed        Audit Commission
        as a problem
     42 Perceptions of drug use or drug dealing    X         Number of people who answered          Audit Commission
        as a problem                                         yes to the perceptions of drug use
                                                             or drug dealing as a problem
     42 Perceptions of drug use or drug dealing    Y         Total number of people surveyed        Audit Commission
        as a problem
     43 Young people within the Youth Justice      X         Number of young people sentenced Youth Offending Team
        System receiving a conviction in court               to custody                          (of which the local
        who are sentenced to custody                                                             authority is a statutory
                                                                                                 partner)
     43 Young people within the Youth Justice      Y         Number of young people sentenced Youth Offending Team
        System receiving a conviction in court               in court. In does not include pre-  (of which the local
        who are sentenced to custody                         court disposals (reprimands and     authority is a statutory
                                                             final warnings)                     partner)
     44 Ethnic composition of offenders on Youth b1          Count of minority sub group 1 youth Youth Offending Team
        Justice System disposals                             offenders given a disposal          (of which the local
                                                                                                 authority is a statutory
                                                                                                 partner)



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     44 Ethnic composition of offenders on Youth b2            LA total number of minority            Youth Offending Team
        Justice System disposals                               subgroup 1 (10-17 year olds)           (of which the local
                                                                                                      authority is a statutory
                                                                                                      partner)
     44 Ethnic composition of offenders on Youth p1            Total number of youth offender         Youth Offending Team
        Justice System disposals                               given a disposal                       (of which the local
                                                                                                      authority is a statutory
                                                                                                      partner)
     44 Ethnic composition of offenders on Youth p2            LA total number of young people        Youth Offending Team
        Justice System disposals                               (10-17 year olds) This is done for     (of which the local
                                                               each BME group (white, mixed,          authority is a statutory
                                                               black or black british, asian or asian partner)
                                                               british, chinese/other)
     45 Young Offenders’ engagement in             X         Young offenders completing the         Youth Offending Team
        suitable education, training and                       required Education, Training or        (of which the local
        employment                                             Employment in the last full working authority is a statutory
                                                               week of the disposal                   partner)
     45 Young Offenders’ engagement in             Y         Total number of young offenders        Youth Offending Team
        suitable education, training and                       completing their disposal in the       (of which the local
        employment                                             reporting period (i.e. total of all    authority is a statutory
                                                               those receiving the required ETE       partner)
                                                               and all those not receiving it)
     46 Young Offenders’ access to suitable        Y         Numbers of young offenders living Youth Offending Team
        accommodation                                          in suitable accommodation              (of which the local
                                                                                                      authority is a statutory
                                                                                                      partner)
     46 Young Offenders’ access to suitable        Y         Total number of young offenders        Youth Offending Team
        accommodation                                          with closed interventions or           (of which the local
                                                               completed custodial sentences, or      authority is a statutory
                                                               those transferring from custody to a partner)
                                                               community intervention, during the
                                                               reporting period
     47 People killed or seriously injured in road   a         Number of people killed or seriously DfT
        traffic accidents                                      injured in road accidents (last 3
                                                               year rolling average)

     47 People killed or seriously injured in road   b         Number of people killed or seriously DfT
        traffic accidents                                      injured in road accidents (previous
                                                               3 year rolling average)

     48 Children killed or seriously injured in road a         Number of children killed or            DfT
        traffic accidents                                      seriously injured in road accidents
                                                               (previous 3 year rolling average)

     48 Children killed or seriously injured in road b         Number of children killed or            DfT
        traffic accidents                                      seriously injured in road accidents
                                                               (previous 3 year rolling average)

     49 Number of primary fires and related       X            Number of primary fires                 Fire and Rescue
        fatalities and non-fatal casualties                                                            Authority (FRAs)
        (excluding precautionary checks and first
        aid cases)
     49 Number of primary fires and related       X1           Number of fatalities in primary fires   Fire and Rescue
        fatalities and non-fatal casualties                                                            Authority (FRAs)
        (excluding precautionary checks and first
        aid cases)




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     49 Number of primary fires and related       X2        Number of non-fatal casualties in     Fire and Rescue
        fatalities and non-fatal casualties                 primary fires, excluding              Authority (FRAs)
        (excluding precautionary checks and first           precautionary checks
        aid cases)
     49 Number of primary fires and related       Y         Total population                      Fire and Rescue
        fatalities and non-fatal casualties                                                       Authority (FRAs)
        (excluding precautionary checks and first
        aid cases)
     50 Emotional health of children                                                              Ofsted for 2008
                                                                                                  (TellUs3)DCSF from
                                                                                                  2009 (TellUs4)
     51 Effectiveness of child and adolescent     a         At January 31 2009, has a full        Ofsted based on
        mental health (CAMHS) services                      range of CAMH services for            information collated
                                                            children and young people with        and reported across all
                                                            learning disabilities been            Local authorities and
                                                            commissioned for the Local            Primary Care Trusts
                                                            Authority/PCT area? (Rank 1 to 4)     CAMHS mapping
                                                                                                  exercise.
     51 Effectiveness of child and adolescent     b         As at January 31 2009, do 16 and      Ofsted based on
        mental health (CAMHS) services                      17 year olds from the Local           information collated
                                                            Authority/ PCT area who require       and reported across all
                                                            mental health services have access Local authorities and
                                                            to services and accommodation         Primary Care Trusts
                                                            appropriate to their age and level of CAMHS mapping
                                                            maturity? (Rank 1 to 4)               exercise.

     51 Effectiveness of child and adolescent     c         As at 31 January 2009, are            Ofsted based on
        mental health (CAMHS) services                      arrangements in place for the Local   information collated
                                                            Authority/ PCT area to ensure that    and reported across all
                                                            24 hour cover is available to meet    Local authorities and
                                                            urgent mental health needs of         Primary Care Trusts
                                                            children and young people and for a   CAMHS mapping
                                                            specialist mental health              exercise.
                                                            assessment to be undertaken wit

     51 Effectiveness of child and adolescent     d         As at 31 January 2009 was a full      Ofsted based on
        mental health (CAMHS) services                      range of early intervention support   information collated
                                                            services delivered in universal       and reported across all
                                                            settings and through targeted         Local authorities and
                                                            services for children experiencing    Primary Care Trusts
                                                            mental health problems                CAMHS mapping
                                                            commissioned by the Local             exercise.
                                                            Authority and PCT in partnership?
                                                            (Rank
     52 Take up of school lunches                 x1        Number of meals served in primary     The School Food Trust
                                                            schools
     52 Take up of school lunches                 x2        Total income from sales in            The School Food Trust
                                                            secondary schools
     52 Take up of school lunches                 x3        FSM equivalent price                  The School Food Trust
     52 Take up of school lunches                 x4        Total FSM provided                    The School Food Trust
     52 Take up of school lunches                 y1        Number of pupils attending primary    The School Food Trust
                                                            school full time
     52 Take up of school lunches                 y2        Number of pupils attending            The School Food Trust
                                                            secondary school full time
     53 Prevalence of breast-feeding at 6-8 wks   a         Total number of infants due for 6-8   Primary Care Trusts
        from birth                                          weeks check that quarter              (PCTs) report data
                                                                                                  quarterly to
                                                                                                  Department of
                                                                                                  Health(DH)

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     53 Prevalence of breast-feeding at 6-8 wks     b         Number of children recorded as       Primary Care Trusts
        from birth                                            being totally breastfed at 6-8 weeks (PCTs) report data
                                                              that quarter                         quarterly to
                                                                                                   Department of
                                                                                                   Health(DH)
     53 Prevalence of breast-feeding at 6-8 wks     c         Number of children recorded as       Primary Care Trusts
        from birth                                            being partially breastfed at 6-8     (PCTs) report data
                                                              weeks that quarter                   quarterly to
                                                                                                   Department of
                                                                                                   Health(DH)
     53 Prevalence of breast-feeding at 6-8 wks     d         Number of children recorded as not Primary Care Trusts
        from birth                                            at all breastfed at 6-8 weeks that   (PCTs) report data
                                                              quarter                              quarterly to
                                                                                                   Department of
                                                                                                   Health(DH)
     54 Services for disabled children                                                             DCSF (survey
                                                                                                   contractor) and DH.
     55 Obesity in primary school age children in   Line 1    Total number of primary school age NHS Information Centre
        Reception                                             children in Reception recorded as
                                                              obese for their age in the past
                                                              school year
     55 Obesity in primary school age children in   Line 2    Total number of primary school age NHS Information Centre
        Reception                                             children in Reception with height
                                                              and weight recorded in the past
                                                              school year
     55 Obesity in primary school age children in   Line 3    Total number of primary school age NHS Information Centre
        Reception                                             children in Reception
     56 Obesity in primary school age children in   Line 6    Total number of primary school age NHS Information Centre
        Year 6                                                children in Year 6 recorded as
                                                              obese for their age in the past
                                                              school year
     56 Obesity in primary school age children in   Line 7    Total number of primary school age NHS Information Centre
        Year 6                                                children in Year 6 with height and
                                                              weight recorded in the past school
                                                              year
     56 Obesity in primary school age children in   Line 8    Total number of primary school age NHS Information Centre
        Year 6                                                children in Year 6
     57 Children and young people’s               X         The number of young people           DCSF
        participation in sporting opportunities &             participating in sport
        Children and young people’s
        participation in sporting opportunities
     57 Children and young people’s               Y         The total number of young people   DCSF
        participation in sporting opportunities &             aged 5-19 in England
        Children and young people’s
        participation in sporting opportunities
     58 Emotional and behavioural health of         X         Sum of all individual SDQ ‘total DCSF
        looked after children                                 difficulties scores’ for looked
                                                              after children aged 4 to 16
                                                              (inclusive), who have been in care
                                                              continuously for 12 months at 31
                                                              March
     58 Emotional and behavioural health of         Y         Number of valid primary carer      DCSF
        looked after children                                 SDQs that have been completed for
                                                              looked after children aged 4 to 16
                                                              (inclusive), who have been in care
                                                              continuously for12 months at 31
                                                              March




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     59 Percentage of initial assessments for       X         The number of initial assessments      DCSF publish national
        children’s social care carried out                  completed, in the period between 1     and LA level data
        within 7 working daysof referral                      April and 31 March, within seven
                                                              working days of referral

     59 Percentage of initial assessments for       Y         The overall total of initial           DCSF publish national
        children’s social care carried out                  assessments completed in the           and LA level data
        within 7 working daysof referral                      period between 1 April and 31
                                                              March
     60 Percentage of core assessments for         X          The number of core assessments in      DCSF based on data
        children’s social care that were                    the year that had been completed       reported by local
        carried out within35 working days of their            within 35 working days of their        authorities.
        commencement                                          commencement
     60 Percentage of core assessments for         Y          The total number of core               DCSF based on data
        children’s social care that were                    assessments completed for children     reported by local
        carried out within35 working days of their            receiving core assessments in the      authorities.
        commencement                                          year
     61 Timeliness of placements of looked after X            Number of children in the year who     DCSF
        children for adoption following an agency             were placed for adoption within 12
        decision that the child should be placed              months of the decision that they
        for adoption                                          should be placed for adoption.

     61 Timeliness of placements of looked after Y            Number of children who ceased to       DCSF
        children for adoption following an agency             be looked after during the year
        decision that the child should be placed              ending 31 March as a result of the
        for adoption                                          granting of an adoption order
     62 Stability of placements of looked after   X           The number of looked after children    DCSF based on data
        children: number of moves                             who had three or more separate         reported by local
                                                              placements during the year             authorities.

     62 Stability of placements of looked after     Y         The total number of children who      DCSF based on data
        children: number of moves                             were looked after at 31 March         reported by local
                                                                                                    authorities.
     63 Stability of placements of looked after     X         Number of children living in the      DCSF based on data
        children: length of placement                         same placement for at least 2 years reported by local
                                                                                                    authorities
     63 Stability of placements of looked after     Y         All children aged under 16 on 31      DCSF based on data
        children: length of placement                         March of the year of measurement reported by local
                                                              who had been looked after for 2.5     authorities
                                                              years or more
     64 Child Protection Plans lasting 2 years or   X         The number of children ceasing to     DCSF based on data
        more                                                  be the subject of a Child Protection reported by local
                                                              Plan during the year ending 31        authorities
                                                              March who had been the subject of
                                                              a Child Protection Plan
                                                              continuously for two years or longer.

     64 Child Protection Plans lasting 2 years or   Y         The number of children ceasing to      DCSF based on data
        more                                                  be the subject of a Child Protection   reported by local
                                                              Plan during the year ending 31         authorities
                                                              March




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     65 Percentage of children becoming the      X         The number of children who             DCSF based on data
        subject of Child Protection Plan for a             became subject to a Child              reported by local
        second or subsequent time                          Protection Plan at any time during     authorities.
                                                           the year who had previously been
                                                           the subject of a Child Protection
                                                           Plan, or on the Child Protection
                                                           Register of that council, regardless
                                                           of how long ago that was.

     65 Percentage of children becoming the      Y         The number of children who             DCSF based on data
        subject of Child Protection Plan for a             became subject to a Child              reported by local
        second or subsequent time                          Protection Plan at any time during     authorities.
                                                           the year. This is a count of each
                                                           occasion in the year, and may
                                                           count the same child more than
                                                           once
     66 Looked after children cases which were   X         The number of children looked after    DCSF based on
        reviewed within required timescales                at 31st March who at that date had     Information reported by
                                                           been looked after continuously for     local authorities.
                                                           at least the previous four weeks
                                                           and whose cases had been
                                                           reviewed within the required
                                                           timescales.
     66 Looked after children cases which were   Y         The number of children looked after    DCSF based on
        reviewed within required timescales                at 31st March who at that date had     Information reported by
                                                           been looked after continuously for     local authorities.
                                                           at least the previous four weeks

     67 Percentage of child protection cases     X         The number of children with a Child    DCSF based on data
        which were reviewed within required                Protection Plan at 31 March who at     reported by local
        timescales                                         that date had had a Plan               authorities
                                                           continuously for at least the
                                                           previous three months and whose
                                                           cases had been reviewed within the
                                                           required timescales
     67 Percentage of child protection cases     Y         The number of children with a Child    DCSF based on data
        which were reviewed within required                Protection Plan at 31 March who at     reported by local
        timescales                                         that date had had a Plan               authorities
                                                           continuously for at least the
                                                           previous three months
     68 Percentage of referrals to children’s X          The number of children referred to     DCSF based on data
        social care going on to initial assessment         children’s social services           reported by local
                                                           departments during the year whose      authorities
                                                           cases go on to initial assessments.

     68 Percentage of referrals to children’s Y          The number of children referred to     DCSF based on data
        social care going on to initial assessment         children’s social services           reported by local
                                                           departments during the year. If one    authorities
                                                           child was the subject of more than
                                                           one referral or assessment during
                                                           the year, then each referral or
                                                           assessment should be counted
     69 Children who have experienced bullying   X         The number of pupils the weighted      Ofsted survey of pupils
                                                           TellUs survey data estimates have      through schools
                                                           experienced bullying in the relevant
                                                           school year groups once or more in
                                                           the last 4 weeks in the area




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     69 Children who have experienced bullying     Y         The number of young people in the      Ofsted survey of pupils
                                                             relevant school years responding to    through schools
                                                             the survey based on the weighted
                                                             TellUs data
     70 Reduce emergency hospital admissions       X         Total number of finished in-year       Information Centre for
        caused by unintentional and deliberate               emergency admissions of children       Health and Social
        injuries tochildren and young people                 and young people to hospital as a      Care, based on
                                                             result of accidental and non-          informationprovided by
                                                             accidental injury                      Hospital Trusts
     70 Reduce emergency hospital admissions       Y         The total population of children and   Information Centre for
        caused by unintentional and deliberate               young people                           Health and Social
        injuries tochildren and young people                                                        Care, based on
                                                                                                    informationprovided by
                                                                                                    Hospital Trusts
     71 Children Missing from Home or Care                                                          Local Authorities will
                                                                                                    be asked to provide
                                                                                                    this information to
                                                                                                    DCSF
     72 Achievement of at least 78 points across X           Number of children achieving 78        DCSF based on data
        the Early Years Foundation Stage with at             points across all 13 EYFSP scales      reported by local
        least 6 in each of the scales in Personal            with at least 6 points or more in      authorities
        Social and Emotional Development and                 each of the PSED and CLL scales
        Communication, Language and Literacy

     72 Achievement of at least 78 points across Y           Total number of children assessed      DCSF based on data
        the Early Years Foundation Stage with at             against the Early Years Foundation     reported by local
        least 6 in each of the scales in Personal            Stage Profile                          authorities
        Social and Emotional Development and
        Communication, Language and Literacy

     73 Achievement at level 4 or above in both    X         Number of pupils achieving Level    DCSF, based on data
        English and Maths at Key Stage 2                     4+ in both English and Maths at KS2 provided by schools

     73 Achievement at level 4 or above in both    Y         Number of pupils at the end of KS2     DCSF, based on data
        English and Maths at Key Stage 2                     with valid National Curriculum test    provided by schools
                                                             results in both English and maths

     75 Achievement of 5 or more A*- C grades      X         Number of pupils achieving 5 or        DCSF based on data
        at GCSE or equivalent including English              more A*-C or equivalent including      provided by schools
        and Maths                                            English and Maths at KS4
     75 Achievement of 5 or more A*- C grades      Y         Number of pupils at the end of KS4     DCSF based on data
        at GCSE or equivalent including English                                                     provided by schools
        and Maths
     76 Reduction in number of schools where       X         Number of pupils in a school           DCSF based on data
        fewer than 65% of pupils achieve level 4             achieving Level 4+ in both English     provided by schools
        or above in both English and Maths at                and Maths at KS2
        KS2
     76 Reduction in number of schools where       Y         Number of pupils in a school at the    DCSF based on data
        fewer than 65% of pupils achieve level 4             end of KS2 with valid National         provided by schools
        or above in both English and Maths at                Curriculum test results in both
        KS2                                                  English and Maths
     78 Reduction in number of schools where       X         Number of pupils in a school           DCSF based on data
        fewer than 30% of pupils achieve 5 or                achieving 5 or more A*-C grades or     provided by schools
        more A*- Cgrades at GCSE and                         equivalent including English and
        equivalent including GCSEs in English                Maths at KS4
        and Maths




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     78 Reduction in number of schools where      Y         Number of pupils in a school at the   DCSF based on data
        fewer than 30% of pupils achieve 5 or               end of KS4                            provided by schools
        more A*- Cgrades at GCSE and
        equivalent including GCSEs in English
        and Maths
     79 Achievement of a Level 2 qualification by X         The number of young people that      DCSF
        the age of 19                                       were studying in the local authority
                                                            at academic age 15, that have
                                                            passed the level 2 threshold
                                                            (i.e.achieved 100% of a Level two
                                                            by the definitions above) by the end
                                                            of the academic year in which they
                                                            turn 19
     79 Achievement of a Level 2 qualification by Y         The size of the cohort at academic DCSF
        the age of 19                                       age 14 studying in that Local
                                                            Authority, taken from the January
                                                            termly School Census count for the
                                                            relevant year (includes all
                                                            individuals in maintained,
                                                            independent and special schools,
                                                            but excludes home schooled)

     80 Achievement of a Level 3 qualification by X         The number of young people that      DCSF
        the age of 19                                       were studying in the local authority
                                                            at academic age 15, that have
                                                            passed the level 3 threshold
                                                            (i.e.achieved 100% of a Level three
                                                            by the definitions above) by the end
                                                            of the academic year in which they
                                                            turn 19

     80 Achievement of a Level 3 qualification by Y         The size of the cohort at academic    DCSF
        the age of 19                                       age 14 studying in that Local
                                                            Authority, taken from the January
                                                            termly School Census count for the
                                                            relevant year (includes all
                                                            individuals in maintained,
                                                            independent and special schools,
                                                            but excludes home schooled)

     81 Inequality gap in the achievement of a   X          The number of young people that      DCSF
        Level 3 qualification by the age of 19              were studying in the local authority
                                                            at academic age 15 and in receipt
                                                            of free school meals, that have
                                                            passed the level 3 threshold
                                                            (i.e.achieved 100% of a Level three
                                                            by the definitions above) by the end
                                                            of the academic ye

     81 Inequality gap in the achievement of a   Y          The number of individuals identified DCSF
        Level 3 qualification by the age of 19              as being in receipt of free school
                                                            meals at academic age 15 studying
                                                            in that Local Authority, taken from
                                                            the January termly School Census
                                                            count for the relevant year (includes
                                                            only individuals in maintained
                                                            schools)




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     82 Inequality gap in the achievement of a    X          The number of young people that      DCSF
        Level 2 qualification by the age of 19               were studying in the local authority
                                                             at academic age 15 and identified
                                                             as being in receipt of free school
                                                             meals, that have passed the level 2
                                                             threshold (i.e.achieved 100% of a
                                                             Level two by the definitions above)
                                                             by the end

     82 Inequality gap in the achievement of a    Y          The number of individuals identified DCSF
        Level 2 qualification by the age of 19               as being in receipt of free school
                                                             meals at academic age 15 studying
                                                             in that Local Authority, taken from
                                                             the January termly School Census
                                                             count for the relevant year (includes
                                                             only individuals in maintained
                                                             schools)
     84 Achievement of 2 or more A*- C grades     X          Number of pupils in a school at the DCSF based on data
        in Science GCSEs or equivalent                       end of KS4 who have achieved 2 or reported by schools
                                                             more science GCSEs graded A*-C

     84 Achievement of 2 or more A*- C grades      Y         Number of pupils in a school at the    DCSF based on data
        in Science GCSEs or equivalent                       end of KS4                             reported by schools
     85 Post-16 participation in physical sciences a         Number of entries for physics A        DCSF based on data
        (A Level Physics, Chemistry and Maths)               level by pupils that are aged 16- 18   reported by schools
                                                             year olds in schools and colleges in
                                                             England
     85 Post-16 participation in physical sciences b         Number of entries for chemistry A      DCSF based on data
        (A Level Physics, Chemistry and Maths)               level by pupils that are aged 16- 18   reported by schools
                                                             year olds in schools and colleges in
                                                             England
     85 Post-16 participation in physical sciences c         Number of entries for maths A level    DCSF based on data
        (A Level Physics, Chemistry and Maths)               by pupils that are aged 16- 18 year    reported by schools
                                                             olds in schools and colleges in
                                                             England
     86 Secondary schools judged as having        X          Number of secondary school             DCSF using OFSTED
        good or outstanding standards of                     grades 1 or 2 for behaviour in the     data
        behaviour                                            annual snapshot
     86 Secondary schools judged as having        Y          Total number of secondary school       DCSF using OFSTED
        good or outstanding standards of                     behaviour grades in the annual         data
        behaviour                                            snapshot
     87 Secondary school persistent absence       X          The number of persistent absentees  DCSF based on data
        rate                                                                                     reported by schools
     87 Secondary school persistent absence       Y          The total number of secondary pupil DCSF based on data
        rate                                                 enrolments                          reported by schools
     88 Percentage of schools providing access    X          Number of schools providing         The Training and
        to extended services                                 access to the full core offer of    Development Agency
                                                             extended services                   for Schools, based on
                                                                                                 data reported by local
                                                                                                 authorities.
     88 Percentage of schools providing access    y          Number of schools in the local      The Training and
        to extended services                                 authority                           Development Agency
                                                                                                 for Schools, based on
                                                                                                 data reported by local
                                                                                                 authorities.
     89 Reduction of number of schools judged     Xn         Number of complete whole months OFSTED
        as requiring special measures and                    spent in special measures by each
        improvement in time taken to come out                of the schools in Y
        of the category

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     89 Reduction of number of schools judged       Y         Number of schools which have            OFSTED
        as requiring special measures and                     come out of special measures
        improvement in time taken to come out                 during the period
        of the category
     90 Take up of 14-19 Learning Diplomas          X         The number of active DAS                DCSF
                                                              acccounts where the centre of
                                                              learning is recorded as being within
                                                              the Local Authority
     91 Participation of 17 year-olds in education X          Number of learners in education         DCSF drawing on
        or training                                           and Work Based Learning at              various data sources
                                                              academic age 17. This includes
                                                              maintained schools, independent
                                                              schools, sixth form colleges, further
                                                              education institutions, tertiary
                                                              colleges, higher education
                                                              institutions and work based learnin
     91 Participation of 17 year-olds in education Y          The population of academic age 17       DCSF drawing on
        or training                                           year olds, calculated by DCSF from      various data sources
                                                              mid year estimates provided by the
                                                              Office for National Statistics

     92 Narrowing the gap between the lowest        X         The median score, where in an           DCSF based on data
        achieving 20% in the Early Years                      ordered list of scores half of the      reported by local
        Foundation StageProfile and the rest                  children would lie above and half of    authorities
                                                              the children would lie below the
                                                              score of this child
     92 Narrowing the gap between the lowest        Y         The mean score of the lowest            DCSF based on data
        achieving 20% in the Early Years                      achieving 20% of children locally       reported by local
        Foundation StageProfile and the rest                                                          authorities
     93 Progression by 2 levels in English          x         Number of pupils at the end of KS2      DCSF based on data
        between Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2                   making 2 levels progress between        reported by schools
                                                              Key Stages as defined above

     93 Progression by 2 levels in English          y         Number of pupils at the end of KS2      DCSF based on data
        between Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2                   with valid National Curriculum test     reported by schools
                                                              results (including absent pupils and
                                                              pupils unable to access the test).
                                                              These pupils must have matched,
                                                              valid results at KS1 (including
                                                              absent (A) and disapplied (D)), with
                                                              the excepti
     94 Progression by 2 levels in Maths            x         Number of pupils at the end of KS2      DCSF based on data
        between Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2                   making 2 levels progress between        reported by schools
                                                              Key Stages as defined above

     94 Progression by 2 levels in Maths            y         Number of pupils at the end of KS2      DCSF based on data
        between Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2                   with valid National Curriculum test     reported by schools
                                                              results (including absent pupils and
                                                              pupils unable to access the test).
                                                              These pupils must have matched,
                                                              valid results at KS1 (including
                                                              absent (A) and disapplied (D)), with
                                                              the excepti
     99 Looked after children reaching level 4 in   x         Of Y, the number of looked after        DCSF (based on data
        English at Key Stage 2                                children who have been in care for      reported by local
                                                              at least one year who were in year      authorities)
                                                              6 (Key Stage 2) and who achieved
                                                              at least level 4 in English



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     99 Looked after children reaching level 4 in   y         The total number of looked after       DCSF (based on data
        English at Key Stage 2                                children who were in care for at       reported by local
                                                              least one year who were in year 6      authorities)
                                                              (Key Stage 2)
    100 Looked after children reaching level 4 in   X         Of Y, the number of looked after       DCSF (based on data
        mathematics at Key Stage 2                            children who have been in care for     reported by local
                                                              atleast one year who were in year 6    authorities)
                                                              (Key Stage 2) who achieved at
                                                              least level 4 in mathematics
    100 Looked after children reaching level 4 in   Y         The total number of looked after       DCSF (based on data
        mathematics at Key Stage 2                            children who were in care for at       reported by local
                                                              least one year who were in year 6      authorities)
                                                              (Key Stage 2)
    101 Looked after children achieving 5 A*-C      x         Of Y, the number of looked after       DCSF based on data
        GCSEs (or equivalent) at Key Stage 4                  children who were in care for at       reported by local
        (includingEnglish and mathematics)                    least one year who were in year 11     authorities
                                                              and achieved the equivalent of at
                                                              least 5 A*-C GCSEs, including
                                                              English and maths (or equivalent)
    101 Looked after children achieving 5 A*-C      Y         The total number of looked after       DCSF based on data
        GCSEs (or equivalent) at Key Stage 4                  children who were in care for at       reported by local
        (includingEnglish and mathematics)                    least one year who were in year 11     authorities

    102 Achievement gap between pupils eligible G             Achievement gap between pupils         DCSF based on data
        for free school meals and their peers                 eligible for free school meals and     reported by local
        achievingthe expected level at Key                    their peers achieving at least Level   authorities
        Stages 2 and 4                                        4 in English and Maths at KS2

    102 Achievement gap between pupils eligible x1            Number of pupils not eligible for      DCSF based on data
        for free school meals and their peers                 FSM and achieving at least Level 4     reported by local
        achievingthe expected level at Key                    in English and Maths at KS2            authorities
        Stages 2 and 4
    102 Achievement gap between pupils eligible y1            Number of pupils not eligible for      DCSF based on data
        for free school meals and their peers                 FSM and eligible for KS2               reported by local
        achievingthe expected level at Key                    assessment                             authorities
        Stages 2 and 4
    103 Special Educational Needs –           x             Final statements of special        Local authority
        statements issued within 26 weeks                     education need excluding exception
                                                              cases issued within 26 weeks

    103 Special Educational Needs –               y         All final statements of special        Local authority
        statements issued within 26 weeks                     education need issued (excluding
                                                              exception cases)
    104 The Special Educational Needs               G         Achievement gap between pupils         DCSF
        (SEN)/non-SEN gap – achieving Key                   identified as having special
        Stage 2 English andMaths threshold                    educational needs and their peers
                                                              achieving at least level 4 at KS2
    104 The Special Educational Needs               x1        Number of pupils not identified as     DCSF
        (SEN)/non-SEN gap – achieving Key                   having special educational needs
        Stage 2 English andMaths threshold                    and achieving at least level 4 in
                                                              English and Maths at KS2
    105 The Special Educational Needs               G         Achievement gap between pupils         DCSF
        (SEN)/non-SEN gap – achieving 5 A*-                 identified as having special
        C GCSE inc. English and Maths                         educational needs and their peers
                                                              achieving 5A*-C grades or
                                                              equivalent including English and
                                                              Maths at KS4




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    105 The Special Educational Needs             x1        Number of pupils not identified as    DCSF
        (SEN)/non-SEN gap – achieving 5 A*-               having special educational needs at
        C GCSE inc. English and Maths                       the beginning of KS4 and achieving
                                                            5A*-C grades or equivalent
                                                            including English and Maths at the
                                                            end of KS4
    106 Young people from low income              X1        Number of young people eligible for   DIUS
        backgrounds progressing to higher                   FSM at age 15 who are in HE at
        education                                           age 18 or 19
    106 Young people from low income              X2        Number of young people not eligible   DIUS
        backgrounds progressing to higher                   for FSM at age 15 who are in HE at
        education                                           age 18 or 19
    106 Young people from low income              Y1        Number of young people eligible for   DIUS
        backgrounds progressing to higher                   FSM at age 15
        education
    106 Young people from low income              Y2        Number of young people not eligible DIUS
        backgrounds progressing to higher                   for FSM at age 15
        education
    107 Key Stage 2 attainment for Black and      X         Of the pupils in the denominator the Local Authority
        minority ethnic groups                              number who achieve level 4+ in
                                                            English and Mathematics
    107 Key Stage 2 attainment for Black and      Y         The cohort of Key Stage 2 pupils     Local Authority
        minority ethnic groups                              from a minority ethnic group
                                                            containing more than 30 pupils with
                                                            valid test results at KS2
    108 Key Stage 4 attainment for Black and      X         Of the pupils in the denominator the Local Authority
        minority ethnic groups                              number who achieve 5 A*-C,
                                                            including English and mathematics

    108 Key Stage 4 attainment for Black and      Y         The cohort of Key Stage 4 pupils    Local Authority
        minority ethnic groups                              from a minority ethnic group
                                                            containing more than 30 pupils with
                                                            valid test results at KS4
    109 Delivery of Sure Start Children Centres   x         Number of centres designated        Local authorities report
                                                                                                progress to Together
                                                                                                for Children - the
                                                                                                consortium appointed
                                                                                                by DCSF as the
                                                                                                delivery agent working
                                                                                                with local authorities on
                                                                                                the delivery of
                                                                                                Children's Centres.

    109 Delivery of Sure Start Children Centres   y         Total number of centres required to   Local authorities report
                                                            reach all under 5s                    progress to Together
                                                                                                  for Children - the
                                                                                                  consortium appointed
                                                                                                  by DCSF as the
                                                                                                  delivery agent working
                                                                                                  with local authorities on
                                                                                                  the delivery of
                                                                                                  Children's Centres.




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    110 Young people's participation in positive      X         The number of young people in            DCSF
        activities                                              school year 10 answering
                                                                ‘yes’ to the question ‘In
                                                                the last 4 weeks, have you
                                                                participated in any group activity led
                                                                by an adult outside school lessons
                                                                (such as sports, arts or a youth
                                                                group)?‘ , according to the
                                                                weighted Tel
    110 Young people's participation in positive      Y         The number of young people in            DCSF
        activities                                              School Year 10 responding to the
                                                                survey based on the weighted
                                                                TellUs data
    111 First time entrants to the criminal justice   x         Number receiving their first pre-        DCSF
        system aged 10-17                                       court disposal (reprimand or final
                                                                warning)
    111 First time entrants to the criminal justice   y         Number receiving their first court       DCSF
        system aged 10-17                                       disposal (only for those who go
                                                                directly to court)
    112 Under 18 conception rate                      X         The rate of under-18 conceptions         ONS supply data to
                                                                per 1,000 girls aged 15-17 years         DCSF
                                                                resident in the area for the current
                                                                calendar year
    112 Under 18 conception rate                      Y         The rate of under-18 conceptions         ONS supply data to
                                                                per 1,000 girls aged 15-17 years         DCSF
                                                                resident in the area in 1998
                                                                (baseline year)
    113 Prevalence of Chlamydia in under 25           x         Number of Chlamydia screens/tests        Health Protection
        year olds                                               for 15 to 24 year olds, males and        Authority funded by DH
                                                                females
    113 Prevalence of Chlamydia in under 25           x         Number of new diagnoses of               Health Protection
        year olds                                               chlamydia in 15 to 24 year olds,         Authority funded by DH
                                                                males and females
    113 Prevalence of Chlamydia in under 25           y         Local population of 15 to 24 years       Health Protection
        year olds                                               olds, male and female                    Authority funded by DH

    114 Rate of permanent exclusions from             X         The number of permanent                  DCSF, based on data
        school                                                  exclusions                               provided by schools via
                                                                                                         the Schools Census

    114 Rate of permanent exclusions from             Y         The school population                    DCSF, based on data
        school                                                                                           provided by schools via
                                                                                                         the Schools Census

    115 Substance misuse by young people              x         The number of young people in            Ofsted
                                                                years 6, 8 and 10 that the TellUs
                                                                survey estimates have used drugs
                                                                and/or alcohol at least twice in the
                                                                last 4 weeks from the local
                                                                population
    115 Substance misuse by young people              y         Total number of young people in          Ofsted
                                                                years 6, 8 and 10 in the local
                                                                population, based on the school
                                                                census data
    116 Proportion of children in poverty             x         Number of children in poverty (or        DWP
                                                                households receiving out-of-work
                                                                benefits)
    116 Proportion of children in poverty             y         Total number of children                 DWP



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    117 16 to 18 year olds who are not in     x2         Number of young people known to         DCSF based on
        education, employment or training                be NEET                                 aggregate of data
        (NEET)                                                                                   received from local
                                                                                                 authorities/Connexions
                                                                                                 providers.
    117 16 to 18 year olds who are not in     x3         Number of young people who were         DCSF based on
        education, employment or training                previously known to be NEET, but        aggregate of data
        (NEET)                                           whose record (currency) has             received from local
                                                         expired x4 – number of young          authorities/Connexions
                                                         people who were previously known        providers.
                                                         to be EET, but whose record
                                                         (currency) has expired

    118 Take up of formal childcare by low-   x          The number of working families          HM Revenues and
        income working families                          benefiting from the childcare           Customs
                                                         element of Working Tax Credit
                                                         (WTC) which gives financial
                                                         support for formal childcare – i.e.
                                                         childcare that is paid for and
                                                         registered by Ofsted
    118 Take up of formal childcare by low-   y          The number of working families          HM Revenues and
        income working families                          receiving more than the family          Customs
                                                         element of Child Tax Credit (CTC)
    119 Self-reported measure of people’s                                                  Audit Commission and
        overall health and wellbeing                                                         Primary Care Trusts
                                                                                             (PCTs)
    120 All-age all cause mortality rate      di         The number of deaths in age group i Data are published by
                                                                                             National Centre for
                                                                                             Health Outcomes
                                                                                             Development
    120 All-age all cause mortality rate      N          Total number of people in the       Data are published by
                                                         standard population                 National Centre for
                                                                                             Health Outcomes
                                                                                             Development
    120 All-age all cause mortality rate      ni         Population of age group i           Data are published by
                                                                                             National Centre for
                                                                                             Health Outcomes
                                                                                             Development
    120 All-age all cause mortality rate      Ni         Population of age group i in the    Data are published by
                                                         standard population                 National Centre for
                                                                                             Health Outcomes
                                                                                             Development
    121 Mortality rate from all circulatory   di         Number of deaths in age group i     Data are published by
        diseases at ages under 75                                                            National Centre for
                                                                                             Health Outcomes
                                                                                             Development
    121 Mortality rate from all circulatory   N          Total number of people in the       Data are published by
        diseases at ages under 75                        standard population                 National Centre for
                                                                                             Health Outcomes
                                                                                             Development
    121 Mortality rate from all circulatory   ni         Population of age group i           Data are published by
        diseases at ages under 75                                                            National Centre for
                                                                                             Health Outcomes
                                                                                             Development
    121 Mortality rate from all circulatory   Ni         Population of age group i in the    Data are published by
        diseases at ages under 75                        standard population                 National Centre for
                                                                                             Health Outcomes
                                                                                             Development



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    122 Mortality rate from all cancers at ages   di         Number of deaths in age group i      Data are published by
        under 75                                                                                  National Centre for
                                                                                                  Health Outcomes
                                                                                                  Development
    122 Mortality rate from all cancers at ages   N          Total number of people in the        Data are published by
        under 75                                             standard population                  National Centre for
                                                                                                  Health Outcomes
                                                                                                  Development
    122 Mortality rate from all cancers at ages   ni         Population of age group i            Data are published by
        under 75                                                                                  National Centre for
                                                                                                  Health Outcomes
                                                                                                  Development
    122 Mortality rate from all cancers at ages   Ni         Population of age group i in the     Data are published by
        under 75                                             standard population                  National Centre for
                                                                                                  Health Outcomes
                                                                                                  Development
    123 Stopping smoking                          x          Number of self-reported 4-week       Information Centre for
                                                             smoking quitters                     health and social care
    123 Stopping smoking                          y          Population aged 16 or over           Information Centre for
                                                                                                  health and social care
    124 People with a long-term condition         x          The number of people in the survey Department of Health
        supported to be independent and in                   with a long-term condition as
        control of their condition                           defined above that said they
                                                             “had enough support from local
                                                             services or organisations to help
                                                             manage their long-term health
                                                             condition(s)― (those saying
                                                                                      and
                                                             “yes, definitely” “yes,
                                                             to some ex
    124 People with a long-term condition         y          The number of people in the survey Department of Health
        supported to be independent and in                   who define themselves as having
        control of their condition                           one or more long-term conditions
                                                             listed below using survey question
                                                             “Do you have any of the
                                                             following long-standing
                                                             conditions?― deafness or severe
                                                                             *
                                                             hearing impairment, blindness or
                                                             parti
    125 Achieving independence for older people x            Number of those people discharged NHS Information
        through rehabilitation/intermediate care             and benefiting from intermediate     Centre Health and
                                                             care/rehabilitation still living at  Social Care derived
                                                             home (including in extra care        from information
                                                             housing or an adultplacement         supplied by Councils
                                                             scheme setting) three months after with Adult Social
                                                             discharge from hospital              Services
                                                                                                  Responsibilities.
    125 Achieving independence for older people y            Number of people discharged from NHS Information
        through rehabilitation/intermediate care             hospital aged 65+ on discharge       Centre Health and
                                                             date entering joint ‘intermediate  Social Care derived
                                                             care’ or a ‘rehabilitation       from information
                                                             service’ which includes input      supplied by Councils
                                                             from the CASSR in the period         with Adult Social
                                                             (excluding those who are in hospital Services
                                                             or in a registered care home at th   Responsibilities.




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    126 Early Access for Women to Maternity       X         Number of women who have seen a     In the first year this
        Services                                            midwife or a maternity healthcare   data will be collected
                                                            professional, for health and social by Local Delivery Plan
                                                            care assessment of needs, risks     Returns held and
                                                            and choices by 12 completed         reported by DH. From
                                                            weeks of pregnancy.                 April 09 it is intended to
                                                                                                report using Hospital
                                                                                                Episode Statistics
                                                                                                reported by The
                                                                                                Information Centre
    126 Early Access for Women to Maternity       Y         Total known pregnant women          In the first year this
        Services                                            accessing the service for the first data will be collected
                                                            time                                by Local Delivery Plan
                                                                                                Returns held and
                                                                                                reported by DH. From
                                                                                                April 09 it is intended to
                                                                                                report using Hospital
                                                                                                Episode Statistics
                                                                                                reported by The
                                                                                                Information Centre
    127 Self reported experience of social care   x         The number of survey respondents NHS Information
        users                                               answering ‘Extremely Satisfied or Centre for Health and
                                                            Very Satisfied’                   Social Care

    127 Self reported experience of social care   y         The number of survey respondents       NHS Information
        users                                               to the question ‘Overall, how        Centre for Health and
                                                            satisfied are you with the help from   Social Care
                                                            social services that you receive in
                                                            your own home’

    128 User reported measure of respect and
        dignity in their treatment
    129 End of life care – access to appropriate X        Total number of deaths at home      Department of Health
        care enabling people to be able to                  registered in the respective        (based on data
        choose to dieat home                                calendar year                       supplied by ONS)
    129 End of life care – access to appropriate Y        Total number of deaths registered   Department of Health
        care enabling people to be able to                  in the respective calendar year     (based on data
        choose to dieat home                                                                    supplied by ONS)
    130 Social care clients receiving Self         Popj     National population in age group j  Information Centre for
        Directed Support per 100,000 population                                                 Health and Social
                                                                                                Care, based on
                                                                                                information supplied
                                                                                                byCouncils with Social
                                                                                                Services
                                                                                                Responsibilities.
    130 Social care clients receiving Self      xj          For 2008-09: Those in each          Information Centre for
        Directed Support per 100,000 population             particular age group j who received Health and Social
                                                            a direct payment in the year to     Care, based on
                                                            March 31, including carers. (Age as information supplied
                                                            at 31 March)                        byCouncils with Social
                                                                                                Services
                                                                                                Responsibilities.
    130 Social care clients receiving Self      yj          Local population in age group j     Information Centre for
        Directed Support per 100,000 population                                                 Health and Social
                                                                                                Care, based on
                                                                                                information supplied
                                                                                                byCouncils with Social
                                                                                                Services
                                                                                                Responsibilities.

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    131 Delayed transfers of care                X          The average number of delayed           DH based on
                                                            transfers of care (population aged      information from NHS
                                                            18+) in a week taken over the year      organisations through
                                                                                                    UNIFY2.
    131 Delayed transfers of care                Y          ONS mid-year population estimates       DH based on
                                                            for population aged 18+                 information from NHS
                                                                                                    organisations through
                                                                                                    UNIFY2.
    132 Timeliness of social care assessment (all x         Of new clients for whom contact         NHS Information
        adults)                                             was made with the client, the           Centre for Health and
                                                            number for whom the length of time      Social Care based on
                                                            from first contact with the client to   information provided by
                                                            completion of assessment was less       Councils with Social
                                                            than or equal to 4 weeks (that is 28,   Services
                                                            calendar days)                          Responsibilities.

    132 Timeliness of social care assessment (all y         The total number of new clients for NHS Information
        adults)                                             whom contact was made with the      Centre for Health and
                                                            client in the financial year        Social Care based on
                                                                                                information provided by
                                                                                                Councils with Social
                                                                                                Services
                                                                                                Responsibilities.
    133 Timeliness of social care packages       x          Of the number of new clients (aged NHS Information
        following assessment                                65+ for 2008/09 and all ages        Centre for Health and
                                                            from2009/10) in the denominator,    Social Care based on
                                                            the number for whom length of time information supplied by
                                                            from completion of assessment to    Councils with Adult
                                                            provision of all services in a care Social Services
                                                            package is less than or equal to    Responsibilities.
                                                            four weeks (28 calend

    133 Timeliness of social care packages       y          The total number of new clients         NHS Information
        following assessment                                whose assessment was completed          Centre for Health and
                                                            and who went on to receive all          Social Care based on
                                                            services in the reporting year          information supplied by
                                                                                                    Councils with Adult
                                                                                                    Social Services
                                                                                                    Responsibilities.
    134 The number of emergency bed days per     di         Emergency Bed Days for the              Department of Health
        head of weighted population                         current financial year in age group i
                                                            (age on admission to hospital)
    134 The number of emergency bed days per     N          Total number of people in the stis      Department of Health
        head of weighted population                         the total number of people in the
                                                            standard population
    134 The number of emergency bed days per ni             Population of age group i               Department of Health
        head of weighted population
    134 The number of emergency bed days per Ni             Population of age group i in the        Department of Health
        head of weighted population                         standard population
    135 Carers receiving needs assessment or     x          The number of carers receiving a        NHS Information
        review and a specific carer’s service,            ‘carer’s break’ or other          Centre Health and
        or advice and information                           specific carers service, or advice or   Social Care based on
                                                            information, during the year            information supplied by
                                                            following a carer’s assessment        Councils with Adult
                                                            or review                               Social Services
                                                                                                    Responsibilities.




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    135 Carers receiving needs assessment or     y            The number of adults receiving a      NHS Information
        review and a specific carer’s service,              community-based service during        Centre Health and
        or advice and information                             the year                              Social Care based on
                                                                                                    information supplied by
                                                                                                    Councils with Adult
                                                                                                    Social Services
                                                                                                    Responsibilities.
    136 People supported to live independently     Popj       National population in age group j    Information Centre for
        through social services (all adults)                                                        Health and Social Care
                                                                                                    based on information
                                                                                                    supplied byCouncils
                                                                                                    with Social Services
                                                                                                    Responsibilities.

    136 People supported to live independently     PopTot     Total adult national population,      Information Centre for
        through social services (all adults)                  aged 18 and over                      Health and Social Care
                                                                                                    based on information
                                                                                                    supplied byCouncils
                                                                                                    with Social Services
                                                                                                    Responsibilities.

    136 People supported to live independently     xj         Number of adults assisted directly    Information Centre for
        through social services (all adults)                  through social services               Health and Social Care
                                                              assessed/care planned, funded         based on information
                                                              support to live independently, plus   supplied byCouncils
                                                              those supported through               with Social Services
                                                              organisations that receive Local      Responsibilities.
                                                              Government grant funded services
                                                              (carer’scarer’s assisted via
                                                              grant funde
    136 People supported to live independently     yj         Local need-weighted population in     Information Centre for
        through social services (all adults)                  age group j (need-weighted using      Health and Social Care
                                                              the RNF allocation formulae) Popj =   based on information
                                                              Nation                                supplied byCouncils
                                                                                                    with Social Services
                                                                                                    Responsibilities.

    137 Healthy life expectancy (HLE) at age 65    X          Number of people who answered         DWP
                                                              yes to having a healthy life
                                                              expectancy at age 65
    137 Healthy life expectancy (HLE) at age 65    Y          Total number of people surveyed       DWP

    138 Satisfaction of people over 65 with both   X          Number of people over 65 who         Audit Commission.
        home and neighbourhood                                answered yes to being satisfied with
                                                              both home and neighbourhood

    138 Satisfaction of people over 65 with both   Y          Total number of people surveyed       Audit Commission.
        home and neighbourhood
    139 The extent to which older people receive   X          Number of older people who            Audit Commission.
        the support they need to live                         answered yes to receiving the
        independently athome                                  support they need to live
                                                              independently at home
    139 The extent to which older people receive   Y          Total number of people surveyed       Audit Commission.
        the support they need to live
        independently athome
    140 Fair treatment by local services           X          Number of people who answered         Audit Commission.
                                                              yes they received fair treatment by
                                                              local services
    140 Fair treatment by local services           Y          Total number of people surveyed       Audit Commission.

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    141 Percentage of vulnerable people                x         The number of service users who       CLG
        achieving independent living                             have moved on from supported
                                                                 accommodation in a planned way to
                                                                 independent living
    141 Percentage of vulnerable people          y               The total number of service users     CLG
        achieving independent living                             who have moved on
    142 Percentage of vulnerable people who are a                Service users currently in receipt of CLG
        supported to maintain independent living                 support to maintain independence

    142 Percentage of vulnerable people who are b                Service users who have established CLG
        supported to maintain independent living                 independence or no longer require
                                                                 the support
    142 Percentage of vulnerable people who are c                Service users who are no longer    CLG
        supported to maintain independent living                 living independently

    143 Offenders under probation supervision          x         The number of offenders in settled     National Offender
        living in settled and suitable                           and suitable accommodation at the      Management Service
        accommodation at the end of their order                  end of their order or licence
        or licence
    143 Offenders under probation supervision          y         The number of offenders who            National Offender
        living in settled and suitable                           terminate their licence or order and   Management Service
        accommodation at the end of their order                  are subject to a termination
        or licence                                               assessment (during the year)
    144 Offenders under probation supervision in       x         The number of offenders in             National Offender
        employment at the end of their order or                  employment at the end of their         Management Service
        licence                                                  order or licence
    144 Offenders under probation supervision in       y         The total number of offenders who      National Offender
        employment at the end of their order or                  terminate their licence or order and   Management Service
        licence                                                  are subject to a termination
                                                                 assessment (during the year)
    145 Adults with learning disabilities in settled   x         The number of adult learning           The Information Centre
        accommodation                                            disabled clients known to CSSRs in     for Health and Social
                                                                 settled accommodation in their         Care
                                                                 usual accommodation at the time of
                                                                 their assessment or latest review

    145 Adults with learning disabilities in settled   y         The number of adult learning           The Information Centre
        accommodation                                            disabled clients known to CSSRs        for Health and Social
                                                                 (i.e., those who are assessed or       Care
                                                                 reviewed in the financial year and
                                                                 who have received a service,as well
                                                                 as those who are assessed and/or
                                                                 reviewed but who have not received
                                                                 a service and learning
    146 Adults with learning disabilities in           x         The number of adult learning           The Information Centre
        employment                                               disabled clients known to CSSRs in     for Health and Social
                                                                 the paid employment categories 1       Care
                                                                 to 5 above, at the time of their
                                                                 assessment or latest review

    146 Adults with learning disabilities in           y         The number of adult learning        The Information Centre
        employment                                               disabled clients known to CSSRs     for Health and Social
                                                                 (i.e. those who are assessed or     Care
                                                                 reviewed in the financial year and
                                                                 who have received a service,as well
                                                                 as those who are assessed and/or
                                                                 reviewed but who have not received
                                                                 a service and learning



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    147 Care leavers in suitable accommodation   x         The number of young people aged       Department for
                                                           19 who were looked after under any    Children, Schools and
                                                           legal status (other than V3 or V4)    Families
                                                           on 1 April in their 17th year, and
                                                           who were in suitable
                                                           accommodation
    147 Care leavers in suitable accommodation   y         The total number of young people      Department for
                                                           aged 19 who were looked after         Children, Schools and
                                                           under any legal status (other than    Families
                                                           V3 or V4) on 1 April in their 17th
                                                           year. The denominator should also
                                                           include those young people looked
                                                           after who were not in touch with
                                                           local authorities
    148 Care leavers in education, employment    x         The number of young people aged       Department for
        or training                                        19 who were looked after under any    Children, Schools and
                                                           legal status (other than V3 or V4)    Families
                                                           on 1 April in their 17th year, and
                                                           who were in EET
    148 Care leavers in education, employment    y         The total number of young people      Department for
        or training                                        aged 19 who were looked after         Children, Schools and
                                                           under any legal status (other than    Families
                                                           V3 or V4) on 1 April in their 17th
                                                           year. The denominator should also
                                                           include those young people looked
                                                           after who were not in touch with
                                                           local authorities
    149 Adults receiving secondary mental health x         The number of adults in the           Information Centre for
        services in settled accommodation                  denominator who were in settled       Health and Social Care
                                                           accommodation at the time of their
                                                           most recent assessment, formal
                                                           review or other multidisciplinary
                                                           care planning meeting. Include only
                                                           those whose assessments or
                                                           reviews were carried out during

    149 Adults receiving secondary mental health y         The total number of adults who        Information Centre for
        services in settled accommodation                  have received secondary mental        Health and Social Care
                                                           health services and who were on
                                                           the Care Programme Approach at
                                                           any point during a financial year
    150 Adults receiving secondary mental health x         The number of adults in the           Information Centre for
        services in employment                             denominator in paid employment        Health and Social Care
                                                           (i.e. those recorded as
                                                           ‘employed’) at the time of
                                                           their most recent assessment,
                                                           formal review or other multi-
                                                           disciplinary care planning meeting,
                                                           in a financial year. Include only
                                                           those whose asse
    150 Adults receiving secondary mental health y         The total number of adults who        Information Centre for
        services in employment                             have received secondary mental        Health and Social Care
                                                           health services and who were on
                                                           the Care Programme Approach at
                                                           any point during a financial year
    151 Overall Employment rate (working-age)    x         Number of ILO employees of            This data is collected
                                                           working age                           by the Office for
                                                                                                 National Statistics



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    151 Overall Employment rate (working-age)   y          Working age population (16-64         This data is collected
                                                           Males, 16-59 Females)                 by the Office for
                                                                                                 National Statistics
    152 Working age people on out of work       q4         Number of working age people          Jobcentre Plus
        benefits                                           claiming out of work benefits in      (administrative data)
                                                           quarters 1 to 4
    152 Working age people on out of work       Y          Working age population (16-64         Jobcentre Plus
        benefits                                           males, 16-59 females) in quarters 1   (administrative data)
                                                           to 4
    153 Working age people claiming out of work n          The number of LSOAs meeting the       Jobcentre Plus
        benefits in the worst performing                   selection criteria in the LAA         (administrative data)
    153 Working age people claiming out of work xi4        Number of working age people          Jobcentre Plus
        benefits in the worst performing                   claiming out-of-work benefits in      (administrative data)
                                                           quarters 1 to 4 in LSOA i
    153 Working age people claiming out of work yi         Latest working age population (16-    Jobcentre Plus
        benefits in the worst performing                   64 males, 16-59 females) in LSOA i    (administrative data)

    154 Net additional homes provided           a          New build completions                 Northern and Midlands
                                                                                                 local authorities directly
                                                                                                 through the Housing
                                                                                                 FlowsReturn.Southern
                                                                                                 local authorities report
                                                                                                 to their regional
                                                                                                 assemblies through the
                                                                                                 “joint return―  ,
                                                                                                 which is jointly badged
                                                                                                 by the regional
                                                                                                 assembly and CLG.


    154 Net additional homes provided           b          Demolitions                           Northern and Midlands
                                                                                                 local authorities directly
                                                                                                 through the Housing
                                                                                                 FlowsReturn.Southern
                                                                                                 local authorities report
                                                                                                 to their regional
                                                                                                 assemblies through the
                                                                                                 “joint return―  ,
                                                                                                 which is jointly badged
                                                                                                 by the regional
                                                                                                 assembly and CLG.


    154 Net additional homes provided           c          Change of use (net change)            Northern and Midlands
                                                                                                 local authorities directly
                                                                                                 through the Housing
                                                                                                 FlowsReturn.Southern
                                                                                                 local authorities report
                                                                                                 to their regional
                                                                                                 assemblies through the
                                                                                                 “joint return―  ,
                                                                                                 which is jointly badged
                                                                                                 by the regional
                                                                                                 assembly and CLG.




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    154 Net additional homes provided              d         Conversions (net change)               Northern and Midlands
                                                                                                    local authorities directly
                                                                                                    through the Housing
                                                                                                    FlowsReturn.Southern
                                                                                                    local authorities report
                                                                                                    to their regional
                                                                                                    assemblies through the
                                                                                                    “joint return―  ,
                                                                                                    which is jointly badged
                                                                                                    by the regional
                                                                                                    assembly and CLG.


    155 Number of affordable homes delivered       a         Sum of social rented housing        CLG (Housing Markets
        (gross)                                                                                  and Planning Analysis
                                                                                                 Division)
    155 Number of affordable homes delivered       b         Sum of intermediate housing         CLG (Housing Markets
        (gross)                                                                                  and Planning Analysis
                                                                                                 Division)
    156 Number of households living in             x         count of households living in       CLG (Housing and
        temporary accommodation                              temporary accommodation provided Communities Analysis
                                                             under the homelessness legislation. Division)

    157 Processing of planning applications        x         Number of planning applications        Communities and
                                                             determined in a timely manner          Local Government
                                                                                                    (Housing Markets and
                                                                                                    Planning
                                                                                                    AnalysisDivision)
                                                                                                    based on information
                                                                                                    supplied by local
                                                                                                    planning authorities.
    157 Processing of planning applications        y         Total number of planning               Communities and
                                                             applications determined                Local Government
                                                                                                    (Housing Markets and
                                                                                                    Planning
                                                                                                    AnalysisDivision)
                                                                                                    based on information
                                                                                                    supplied by local
                                                                                                    planning authorities.
    158 % non-decent council homes                 x         The number of non-decent council CLG (Housing and
                                                             housing stock                          Communities Analysis
                                                                                                    Division)
    158 % non-decent council homes                 y         The total council housing stock        CLG (Housing and
                                                                                                    Communities Analysis
                                                                                                    Division)
    159 Supply of ready to develop housing sites   X         The amount of housing that can be CLG (Analytical
                                                             built on deliverable sites for the 5   Services Directorate)
                                                             year period (net additional dwellings) based on data
                                                                                                    provided by local
                                                                                                    planning authorities in
                                                                                                    the Annual Monitoring
                                                                                                    Report.
    159 Supply of ready to develop housing sites   Y         The planned housing provision          CLG (Analytical
                                                             required for the 5 year period (net    Services Directorate)
                                                             additional dwellings)                  based on data
                                                                                                    provided by local
                                                                                                    planning authorities in
                                                                                                    the Annual Monitoring
                                                                                                    Report.

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    160 Local authority tenants’ satisfaction    N         The total number of respondents to      Local Authorities that
        with landlord services                               the question                            have retained all or
                                                                                                     part (with ownership of
                                                                                                     1,000or more general
                                                                                                     needs) management of
                                                                                                     the housing stock and
                                                                                                     that have transferred
                                                                                                     the housing stock to an
                                                                                                     ALMO/s.

    160 Local authority tenants’ satisfaction    Y         The number of respondents who           Local Authorities that
        with landlord services                               are fairly satisfied with the overall   have retained all or
                                                             service provided by their landlord      part (with ownership of
                                                                                                     1,000or more general
                                                                                                     needs) management of
                                                                                                     the housing stock and
                                                                                                     that have transferred
                                                                                                     the housing stock to an
                                                                                                     ALMO/s.

    160 Local authority tenants’ satisfaction    Z         The number of respondents who           Local Authorities that
        with landlord services                               are very satisfied with the overall     have retained all or
                                                             service provided by their landlord.     part (with ownership of
                                                                                                     1,000or more general
                                                                                                     needs) management of
                                                                                                     the housing stock and
                                                                                                     that have transferred
                                                                                                     the housing stock to an
                                                                                                     ALMO/s.

    161 Learners achieving a Level 1               x         Number of learners achieving a          Learning and Skills
        qualification in literacy                            Level 1 qualification in literacy       Council
    162 Number of Entry Level qualifications in              Number of Entry Level                   Learning and Skills
        numeracy achieved                                    qualifications in numeracy achieved     Council

    163 Proportion of population aged 19-64 for    x         Number of males aged 19-64 and          DIUS
        males and 19-59 for females qualified to             females aged 19-59 qualified to at
        at leastLevel 2 or higher                            least level 2 or higher
    163 Proportion of population aged 19-64 for    y         The population of males aged 19-        DIUS
        males and 19-59 for females qualified to             64 and females aged 19-59. with
        at leastLevel 2 or higher                            both x and y being estimated from
                                                             the APS
    164 Proportion of population aged 19-64 for    x         Number of males aged 19-64 and          DIUS
        males and 19-59 for females qualified to             number of females 19-59 qualified
        at leastLevel 3 or higher                            to at least level 3 or higher
    164 Proportion of population aged 19-64 for    y         The population of males aged 19-        DIUS
        males and 19-59 for females qualified to             64 and females aged 19-59
        at leastLevel 3 or higher
    165 Proportion of population aged 19-64 for    x         Number of males aged 19-64 and          DIUS
        males and 19-59 for females qualified to             females aged 19-59 qualified to at
        at leastLevel 4 or higher                            least level 4 or higher
    165 Proportion of population aged 19-64 for    y         The population of males aged 19-        DIUS
        males and 19-59 for females qualified to             64 and females aged 19-59
        at leastLevel 4 or higher
    166 Median earnings of employees in the area   x         Median gross weekly pay of full-        Office for National
                                                             time employees on a workplace           Statistics
                                                             basis




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    167 Congestion – average journey time per a          Total journey time (per route)           Transport for London;
        mile during the morning peak                                                                metropolitan district
                                                                                                    councils; county
                                                                                                    councils; and single tier
                                                                                                    authorities
    167 Congestion – average journey time per b          Flow weight of route                     Transport for London;
        mile during the morning peak                                                                metropolitan district
                                                                                                    councils; county
                                                                                                    councils; and single tier
                                                                                                    authorities
    167 Congestion – average journey time per c          Journey time for route                   Transport for London;
        mile during the morning peak                                                                metropolitan district
                                                                                                    councils; county
                                                                                                    councils; and single tier
                                                                                                    authorities
    168 Principal roads where maintenance       x          Length of carriageway surveyed           Highway Authorities
        should be considered                               identified as having a condition
                                                           indicator greater than or equal to
                                                           100
    168 Principal roads where maintenance       y          Total length of principal road           Highway Authorities
        should be considered                               carriageway surveyed
    169 Non-principal classified roads where    x          Length of non-principal classified       Highway authorities
        maintenance should be considered                   carriageway surveyed identified as
                                                           having a condition indicator greater
                                                           than or equal to 100
    169 Non-principal classified roads where     y         Total length of non-principal            Highway authorities
        maintenance should be considered                   classified carriageway surveyed
    170 Previously developed land that has been a          The number of hectares of                CLG, using data
        vacant or derelict for more than 5 years           previously developed land which          provided by English
                                                           have been vacant for more than 5         Partnerships
                                                           years as recorded on the NLUD
                                                           database
    170 Previously developed land that has been b          The number of hectares of buildings      CLG, using data
        vacant or derelict for more than 5 years           that have been vacant for more           provided by English
                                                           than 5 years as recorded on the          Partnerships
                                                           NLUD database
    171 New business registration rate          X          The number of new business               Office for National
                                                           registrations                            Statistics
    171 New business registration rate          Y          The resident population aged 16          Office for National
                                                           and above                                Statistics
    172 Percentage of small businesses in an    X          Total number of registered               Office for National
        area showing employment growth                     businesses that reported higher          Statistics
                                                           employment numbers in year 2 than
                                                           in year 1
    172 Percentage of small businesses in an    Y          Total number of registered               Office for National
        area showing employment growth                     businesses in year 2 that were also      Statistics
                                                           registered in year 1
    173 Flows on to incapacity benefits from    x          Number of IB claimants who moved         DWP for IB data; ONS
        employment                                         directly from employment to              for Annual Population
                                                           incapacity benefits during the latest    Survey employment
                                                           four quarters                            data
    173 Flows on to incapacity benefits from    y          Number of people in employment           DWP for IB data; ONS
        employment                                         who live in the local authority during   for Annual Population
                                                           the corresponding four quarters,         Survey employment
                                                           according to the APS                     data
    174 Skills gaps in the current workforce    x          The number of employers who              Learning and Skills
        reported by employers                              report having any skills gaps in their   Council
                                                           existing workforce



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    174 Skills gaps in the current workforce        y         The total number of employers          Learning and Skills
        reported by employers                                                                        Council
    175 Access to services and facilities by public                                                  Local transport
        transport, walking and cycling                                                               authority
    176 Working age people with access to           ?         The deterrence parameter               DfT via information
        employment by public transport (and                   representing the sensitivity of        received from Local
        other specified modes)                                accessibility to employment is to      transport
                                                              travel time (i.e. the further away the authoritiesDfT will
                                                              employment location, the less likely calculate this indicator
                                                              an individual would be to travel to    annually. Authorities
                                                              it)It is the travel time from the      will not be required
                                                              centroid of the CO                     toundertake any
                                                                                                     calculations
                                                                                                     themselves. In
                                                                                                     metropolitan areas and
                                                                                                     other authorities which
                                                                                                     are part of a joint Local
                                                                                                     Transport Plan, the
                                                                                                     indicator may be
                                                                                                     reported atLocal
                                                                                                     Transport Plan level, or
                                                                                                     at authority level.DfT
                                                                                                     will supply and report
                                                                                                     the data to support this
                                                                                                     NI when Transport for
                                                                                                     London have finalised
                                                                                                     the Greater London
                                                                                                     Indicator London
                                                                                                     Boroughs may then
                                                                                                     wish to consider setting
                                                                                                     a target in consultation
                                                                                                     with TfL and DfT.




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    176 Working age people with access to     C         The number of people aged 16-74     DfT via information
        employment by public transport (and             within the catchment area for the   received from Local
        other specified modes)                          COA                                 transport
                                                                                            authoritiesDfT will
                                                                                            calculate this indicator
                                                                                            annually. Authorities
                                                                                            will not be required
                                                                                            toundertake any
                                                                                            calculations
                                                                                            themselves. In
                                                                                            metropolitan areas and
                                                                                            other authorities which
                                                                                            are part of a joint Local
                                                                                            Transport Plan, the
                                                                                            indicator may be
                                                                                            reported atLocal
                                                                                            Transport Plan level, or
                                                                                            at authority level.DfT
                                                                                            will supply and report
                                                                                            the data to support this
                                                                                            NI when Transport for
                                                                                            London have finalised
                                                                                            the Greater London
                                                                                            Indicator London
                                                                                            Boroughs may then
                                                                                            wish to consider setting
                                                                                            a target in consultation
                                                                                            with TfL and DfT.




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    176 Working age people with access to            P          The total number of people aged 16- DfT via information
        employment by public transport (and                     74 living in the catchment area for received from Local
        other specified modes)                                  the COA                             transport
                                                                                                    authoritiesDfT will
                                                                                                    calculate this indicator
                                                                                                    annually. Authorities
                                                                                                    will not be required
                                                                                                    toundertake any
                                                                                                    calculations
                                                                                                    themselves. In
                                                                                                    metropolitan areas and
                                                                                                    other authorities which
                                                                                                    are part of a joint Local
                                                                                                    Transport Plan, the
                                                                                                    indicator may be
                                                                                                    reported atLocal
                                                                                                    Transport Plan level, or
                                                                                                    at authority level.DfT
                                                                                                    will supply and report
                                                                                                    the data to support this
                                                                                                    NI when Transport for
                                                                                                    London have finalised
                                                                                                    the Greater London
                                                                                                    Indicator London
                                                                                                    Boroughs may then
                                                                                                    wish to consider setting
                                                                                                    a target in consultation
                                                                                                    with TfL and DfT.


    177 Local bus and light rail passenger           X          Count of local bus and light rail       Single tier authorities;
        journeys originating in the authority area              journeys originating in the authority   County Councils;
                                                                area                                    Passenger Transport
                                                                                                        Authorities;
                                                                                                        andTransport for
                                                                                                        London
    178 Bus services running on time                 X          Count of bus services running on        Single tier authorities;
                                                                time                                    County Councils;
                                                                                                        Passenger Transport
                                                                                                        Authorities; and
                                                                                                        Transport for London.
    179 Value for money – total net value of       xt         The real cost of providing service      Local authorities
        ongoing cash-releasing value for money                  delivery in the previous financial      (liaising as appropriate
        gains that have impacted since the start                year (this being 2007-2008)             with any partners with
        of the 2008-09 financial year                                                                   which they have jointly
                                                                                                        undertaken actions to
                                                                                                        improve value for
                                                                                                        money, to allocate the
                                                                                                        value of the value for
                                                                                                        money gains
                                                                                                        accordingly and avoid
                                                                                                        double counting
                                                                                                        against the whole
                                                                                                        public sector target).




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    179 Value for money – total net value of     xt+1      The real cost of providing service     Local authorities
        ongoing cash-releasing value for money               delivery in the current financial year (liaising as appropriate
        gains that have impacted since the start                                                    with any partners with
        of the 2008-09 financial year                                                               which they have jointly
                                                                                                    undertaken actions to
                                                                                                    improve value for
                                                                                                    money, to allocate the
                                                                                                    value of the value for
                                                                                                    money gains
                                                                                                    accordingly and avoid
                                                                                                    double counting
                                                                                                    against the whole
                                                                                                    public sector target).

    180 The number of changes of                   X         (Total number of changes identified DWP
        circumstances which affect                           leading to an increases in benefit
        customers’ HB/CTB entitlement                      entitlement amount) + (Total
        within the year.                                     number of changes identified
                                                             leading to a decrease in claimants
                                                             benefit entitlement amount) + (Total
                                                             number of terminations of claimants
                                                             benefit entitlemen

    180 The number of changes of                   Y         Number of claimants within             DWP
        circumstances which affect                           caseload divided by 1000
        customers’ HB/CTB entitlement
        within the year.
    181 Time taken to process Housing              ?Sxn      The total number of calendar days      DWP
        Benefit/Council Tax Benefit new claims               taken to process new claims and
        and change events                                    change events
    181 Time taken to process Housing              y         The number of new claims in the        DWP
        Benefit/Council Tax Benefit new claims               reporting period
        and change events
    181 Time taken to process Housing              z         Number of change events in the         DWP
        Benefit/Council Tax Benefit new claims               reporting period
        and change events
    182 Satisfaction of business with local        X         Weighted total number of            Local Authority
        authority regulation services                        respondents who strongly agree,
                                                             agree or neither agree nor
                                                             disagree. (Weights are “strongly
                                                                       =                  =
                                                             agree” 3, “agree” 2, and
                                                             “neither agree nor disagree―  =
                                                             1. Other categories have a weight
                                                             of zero.)
    182 Satisfaction of business with local        Y         The highest weighted score that     Local Authority
        authority regulation services                        can be achieved – ie the total
                                                             number of respondents for whom
                                                             the question was applicable
                                                             multiplied by the weight for
                                                             “strongly agree―  which is 3.
                                                             The denominator Y is defined so
                                                             that the standardised score only
                                                             takes valu
    183 Impact of local authority trading          B         Total number of VAT or PAYE         Local authorities
        standards services on the fair trading               registered businesses
        environment
    183 Impact of local authority trading          J         Number of businesses that are          Local authorities
        standards services on the fair trading               subject to judicial disposal
        environment

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    183 Impact of local authority trading         RIN       Number of category x traders then Local authorities
        standards services on the fair trading              received – under formal
        environment                                         agreement and via a formal referral
                                                            process – by a Primary/ Home
                                                            Authority1 to be dealt with
    183 Impact of local authority trading         ROUT      Number of category x traders        Local authorities
        standards services on the fair trading              formally referred to a Primary/Home
        environment                                         Authority – under formal
                                                            agreement and via a formal referral
                                                            process – to be dealt with

    183 Impact of local authority trading         X         Number of traders in a Local        Local authorities
        standards services on the fair trading              Authority’s area who generate
        environment                                         at least the national threshold
                                                            number of complaints per business
                                                            in the reporting year
    184 Food establishments in the area which     X         The number of food establishments   The Food Standards
        are broadly compliant with food hygiene             within the local authority area     Agency will calculate
        law                                                 deemed to be ‘Broadly             the indicator values
                                                            Compliant’                        based on LAreturns,
                                                                                                and provide to the data
                                                                                                interchange hub.
    184 Food establishments in the area which     Y         Is the total number of food         The Food Standards
        are broadly compliant with food hygiene             establishments NB. for both the     Agency will calculate
        law                                                 numerator and denominator, the      the indicator values
                                                            total number of food establishments based on LAreturns,
                                                            refers to the total number of food  and provide to the data
                                                            establishments for which the        interchange hub.
                                                            Authority is responsible, not just
                                                            those which received an inter

    185 CO2 reduction from local authority        x         Amount of CO2 emission in the       Local authority to
        operations                                          current year                        report direct to Defra,
                                                                                                using the Excel
                                                                                                spreadsheet tool.
                                                                                                County Council to
                                                                                                report on its emissions
                                                                                                and on behalf of lower
                                                                                                tiers in a single report
                                                                                                to Defra.

    185 CO2 reduction from local authority        y         Amount of CO2 emission in the       Local authority to
        operations                                          previous year                       report direct to Defra,
                                                                                                using the Excel
                                                                                                spreadsheet tool.
                                                                                                County Council to
                                                                                                report on its emissions
                                                                                                and on behalf of lower
                                                                                                tiers in a single report
                                                                                                to Defra.

    186 Per capita reduction in CO2 emissions in b          Tonnes CO2 from business and         Defra
        the LA area                                         industry, calculated from BERR
                                                            electricity and gas consumption
                                                            data and those fuel usage statistics
                                                            reported by larger organisations




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    186 Per capita reduction in CO2 emissions in h            Tonnes CO2 from domestic             Defra
        the LA area                                           housing, calculated from BERR
                                                              electricity and gas consumption data

    186 Per capita reduction in CO2 emissions in Pop          LA population (thousands)             Defra
        the LA area                                           calculated using the ONS mid year
                                                              population projection (from the
                                                              same year as the CO2 data)
    186 Per capita reduction in CO2 emissions in r            Tonnes CO2 from road transport        Defra
        the LA area                                           calculated using detailed specific
                                                              transport census data (annual
                                                              average daily flows) published by
                                                              DfT
    186 Per capita reduction in CO2 emissions in    t         Baseline year (2005)                  Defra
        the LA area
    186 Per capita reduction in CO2 emissions in    t+n       Latest year of data                   Defra
        the LA area
    187 Tackling fuel poverty - % of people         x         Number of households assessed      Local authority
        receiving income based benefits living in             who meet the standard (e.g., a SAP
        homes with a low and high energy                      rating of below 35)
        efficiency rating
    187 Tackling fuel poverty - % of people         y         Number of households on income        Local authority
        receiving income based benefits living in             related benefits for whom a SAP
        homes with a low and high energy                      assessment has been carried out
        efficiency rating
    188 Planning to Adapt to Climate Change         x         Performance against the 5 levels of Local Authority.
                                                              performance
    189 Flood and coastal erosion risk              X         Number of actions by local authority Environment Agency
        management                                            that are being undertaken
                                                              satisfactorily
    189 Flood and coastal erosion risk              Y         Total number of agreed actions        Environment Agency
        management                                            attributed to the local authority for
                                                              the time period
    190 Achievement in meeting standards for                                                        Local authority.
        the control system for animal health
    191 Residual household waste per household X              Total tonnage of household waste      <strong>All data are
                                                              collected by the WCA (or by third     reported by Defra
                                                              parties on behalf of the WCA)         based on information
                                                                                                    provided by local
                                                                                                    authorities to
                                                                                                    WasteDataFlow.</stron
                                                                                                    g>
    191 Residual household waste per household Y              Number of households (as given by <strong>All data are
                                                              the dwelling stock figures from       reported by Defra
                                                              theCouncil Taxbase. The figures       based on information
                                                              relating to the end of the financial  provided by local
                                                              year to which the indicator pertains, authorities to
                                                              as provided by the Valuation Office, WasteDataFlow.</stron
                                                              will be used)                         g>
    192 Percentage of household waste sent for      X         Tonnage of household waste            All data are reported by
        reuse, recycling and composting                       collected by the WCA (or on behalf Defra based on
                                                              of the WCA) which is sent for         information provided by
                                                              reuse, recycling, composting or       local authoritiesto
                                                              anaerobic digestion                   WasteDataFlow.
    192 Percentage of household waste sent for      Y         Total tonnage of household waste      All data are reported by
        reuse, recycling and composting                       collected by the WCA (or on behalf Defra based on
                                                              of the WCA)                           information provided by
                                                                                                    local authoritiesto
                                                                                                    WasteDataFlow.

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    193 Percentage of municipal waste landfilled   X         Tonnage of municipal waste                  All data are reported by
                                                             collected by the authority (or on           Defra based on
                                                             behalf of the authority) which is           information provided by
                                                             landfilled plus waste collected for         local authoritiesto
                                                             recycling/composting/ reuse which           WasteDataFlow.
                                                             was rejected to landfill plus residual
                                                             waste sent for other waste
                                                             management processes (e.
    193 Percentage of municipal waste landfilled   Y         Total tonnage of municipal waste            All data are reported by
                                                             collected by the authority (or on           Defra based on
                                                             behalf of the authority)                    information provided by
                                                                                                         local authoritiesto
                                                                                                         WasteDataFlow.
    194 Air quality – % reduction in NOx and     x1        Tonnes of NOx emitted in the local          Single tier or county
        primary PM10 emissions through local                 authority estate & operations in the        council to report direct
        authority’s estate and operations                  previous year                               to Defra, using the
                                                                                                         excel spreadsheet tool.

    194 Air quality – % reduction in NOx and     y1        Tonnes of NOx emitted through               Single tier or county
        primary PM10 emissions through local                 local authority estate & operations         council to report direct
        authority’s estate and operations                  in the current year                         to Defra, using the
                                                                                                         excel spreadsheet tool.

    194 Air quality – % reduction in NOx and     x2        Tonnes of PM10 emitted in the local Single tier or county
        primary PM10 emissions through local                 authority estate & operations in the council to report direct
        authority’s estate and operations                  previous year                        to Defra, using the
                                                                                                  excel spreadsheet tool.

    194 Air quality – % reduction in NOx and     y2        Tonnes of PM10 emitted through              Single tier or county
        primary PM10 emissions through local                 local authority estate & operations         council to report direct
        authority’s estate and operations                  in the current year                         to Defra, using the
                                                                                                         excel spreadsheet tool.

    195 Improved street and environmental          T         Number of sites graded C, C –, or Metropolitan Councils,
        cleanliness (levels of litter, detritus,             D for each individual element (litter, London Boroughs,
        graffiti and fly posting)                            detritus, graffiti and fly-posting)    Unitary Councils,
                                                                                                    District Councils,
                                                                                                    Common Council of
                                                                                                    the City of London.

    195 Improved street and environmental          Tb        Number of sites graded at B- for            Metropolitan Councils,
        cleanliness (levels of litter, detritus,             each individual element (litter,            London Boroughs,
        graffiti and fly posting)                            detritus, graffiti and fly-posting) (this   Unitary Councils,
                                                             grade counts as half)                       District Councils,
                                                                                                         Common Council of
                                                                                                         the City of London.

    195 Improved street and environmental          Ts        Total number of sites surveyed for          Metropolitan Councils,
        cleanliness (levels of litter, detritus,             the relevant element (litter, detritus,     London Boroughs,
        graffiti and fly posting)                            graffiti and fly-posting) (900              Unitary Councils,
                                                             minimum with the exception of the           District Councils,
                                                             detritus indicator which may be less        Common Council of
                                                             than 900 where sites are not                the City of London.
                                                             suitable for detritus grading)




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