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  • 24 May 2018
    ONS subnational population projections (2016)

    The Office for National Statistics (ONS) published the subnational population projections today. The data is based on the 2016 mid-year population estimates. They are published every two years and this latest release supersedes the 2014 projections.


    Subnational population projections are not forecasts. They do not attempt to predict the impact of future government or local policies, changing economic circumstances or other factors that may influence demographic behaviour. The 2016-based subnational population projections provide statistics on the potential future size and age structure of the population in England at region, county, local authority, clinical commissioning group and NHS England region levels. They will also be used in the production of the 2016-based household projections for local authorities, to be published in September 2018.


    The ONS subnational population projections bulletin highlights a number of points:

    - The populations of all regions in England are projected to grow by 2026; regions in the North of England are projected to grow at a slower rate than those in the South.

    - London is projected to be the fastest growing region; the North East is projected to have the slowest rate of growth.

    - Nearly all local authorities are projected to grow by mid-2026; the populations of just 15 local authorities are projected to fall.

    - The number of people in older age groups is projected to grow faster than those in younger age groups in all but five local authorities; by mid-2026, a total of 97 local authorities are projected to have a population where at least one-quarter of the population is aged 65 and over.


  • 24 May 2018
    ! Updated - Unemployment benefits data - April 18

    The latest ONS Claimant Count and Jobseekers Allowance Claimants data has also been updated for the period April 2018 and published via NOMIS. The data can be found on info4St.Helens via the Data and Resources section and Economy and Employment theme or by clicking the links below.


    • Unemployment benefits

    • Jobseekers Allowance Claimants

        The next data update via NOMIS is 12th June 2018.


      • 20 April 2018
        ! Updated - health and social care data

        We have updated a number of the health and social care datasets so that they reflect the latest information published via the Public Health Outcomes Framework, Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework and Children's Services data. The updated data can be viewed via the following data tables:


      • 20 April 2018
        ! Updated - Economy and Employment data

        The latest Annual Population Survey (APS) data has been published via NOMIS. The data provides updates to some of the economic data, including economic activity / inactivity, employment rate, unemployment rate and adult skills data. The data can be found via two data tables on info4St.Helens:


        St. Helens unemployment rate is in line with the North West and England averages. However, employment rate is still several percentage points lower


        The latest ONS Claimant Count and Jobseekers Allowance Claimants data has also been updated for the data period March 2018 and published via NOMIS. The data can be found on info4St.Helens via the Data and Resources section and Economy and Employment theme or by clicking the links below.


        • Claimant Count

        • Jobseekers Allowance Claimants

          • 28 March 2018
            ! Community Safety Strategic Assessment 2017-20

            St. Helens Community Safety Strategic Assessment 2017-20 is now available via info4St.Helens via the Assessments & Reports section and the Crime and Disorder theme.

            The St Helens Community Safety Assessment 2017-20 looks at trends in various categories of crime, examining the findings of the Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW) and Police recorded crimes. It also looks at local trends using local Police recorded crime data and aims to identify key and emerging trends. Its purpose is to inform and support the development of a revised local Crime and Disorder Strategy.


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