THE CONNECTED CITY
A SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY FOR BRIGHTON & HOVE

REPORTS

Community Insight | Reports | Surveys | Needs Assessments | Performance

Annual report of the Director of Public Health

2017/18 Report - The Art of Good Health

2016/17 Report - Living well in a health city

2015/16 Report - Social media

2014/15 Report - Look inequality

2014/15 - Case studies

2014/15 - Ethnicity and employment table

2014/15 - Reference list

2013/14 Report - Brighton & Hove 2024

2012/13 Report - Happiness: The eternal pursuit

2012/13 Reference list

Equalities reports

Equalities in Brighton & Hove: Data snapshot for equalities groups across the city (May 2017)

Disability in Brighton & Hove: Full Report 2015

Disability in Brighton & Hove: Summary Report 2015

BME Communities in Brighton & Hove: Full Report 2015

BME Communities in Brighton & Hove: Summary Report 2015

Older People Profiles 2015 - West

Older People Profiles 2015 - Central

Older People Profiles 2015 - East

GP data cluster reports

These profiles provide data for the six GP clusters in the city based upon a fit to geographical areas. They therefore should be used as estimates only and the notes on page 3 of the report should be read before using the information within the reports.

GP Cluster 1 report - September 2017

GP Cluster 2 report - September 2017

GP Cluster 3 report - September 2017

GP Cluster 4 report - September 2017

GP Cluster 5 report - September 2017

GP Cluster 6 report - September 2017

Demographic comparison of GP Clusters, September 2017

Index of Multiple Deprevation

IMD 2015: Short summary

IMD 2015 Full briefing

Local Area Profiles (LAP)

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Gambling 2016

City Snapshot 2014

City Snapshot: Summary of statistics

City Snapshot: Report of statistics

2011 Census Briefings:

City Profile

Economy & Employment

Equalities

Housing

Transport

Housing Strategy Supporting Data Analyses

Housing Strategy 2015: Supporting Data Analysis

Housing Strategy 2015: Family Housing Supporting Data Analysis

Taking Account

Taking Account is the economic and social audit of the community and voluntary sector in Brighton and Hove. This audit is repeated every five years. It is a robust piece of research which evidences the significant contribution that the community and voluntary sector makes to life in the city, and provides information about the support needs of the sector. The Taking Account 3 report was published in June 2014 and can be found at: http://www.bhcommunityworks.org.uk/research/