Articles by Stacey Mann

Child Poverty Profile-April 2017 update

Posted on 2nd May 2017 by

The Child Poverty Act came into force in 2010 with the aim of eradicating Child Poverty by the end of 2020. In summer 2014 the Government revised its approach to tackling Child Poverty by seeking to focus on supporting families into work, increasing earnings, improving living standards and educational attainment. The underlying principle of the Strategy is […]

A quick look at who responded to our Living in Warwickshire Survey…

Posted on 16th September 2016 by

            It has been widely acknowledged that there is a lack of robust intelligence on the lifestyle characteristics of our local population. The Living in Warwickshire survey was launched on 18th April 2016 to attempt to address this gap, highlighting how residents in the county live and identifying some of the needs and challenges they […]

Warwickshire’s population increases to 554,002 people

Posted on 23rd June 2016 by

The latest population estimates reveal that Warwickshire is home to an estimated 554,002 people, this is an increase of 2,408 people from the previous year. The rate of growth in Warwickshire is below that experienced nationally (0.80%), and at county level the growth rate has decreased from 0.52% for 2013 to 2014, to 0.44% for […]

How do you perceive crime in your local area?

Posted on 21st June 2016 by

Are you worried about being a victim of cybercrime? Do you feel safe walking around your local area? The infographic below provides a sneak peek at some of our results so far, from the ‘crime’ questions in the Living in Warwickshire survey.  If you haven’t yet responded to the survey, then please don’t miss this […]

Still chance to have your say…

Posted on 3rd June 2016 by

The Living in Warwickshire Survey was launched in April 2016 and is an opportunity for residents to share their experiences about living in Warwickshire. To date we’ve had responses from all corners of the county, with residents still completing the survey on a daily basis. So that we can get as many views about life […]

A sneak peek at some of our results so far…

Posted on 20th May 2016 by

The Living in Warwickshire survey is well under way and the above info-graphic shows a snapshot of some of the results so far. This survey is an opportunity for you, a Warwickshire resident, to share your experiences about living in Warwickshire. We want to know your views on what you like and don’t like about living […]

Top 5 things that need improving in Warwickshire? Have your say!

Posted on 11th May 2016 by

The 2016 Living in Warwickshire Survey was launched on Monday 18th April. We have had a great response and have taken a sneak peak at some of the results. Here are the top five things people told us they would like improving in Warwickshire. Number 1: income and cost of living Number 2: transport links […]

What do you love about living in Warwickshire? Have your say here!

Posted on 18th April 2016 by

Warwickshire County Council has launched the Living in Warwickshire survey. This survey is an opportunity for you, a Warwickshire resident, to share your experiences about living in Warwickshire and can be completed online at We want to know your views on a variety of topics including: Health and wellbeing Community safety Local neighbourhood Public service provision. […]

JSNA Annual Statement 2015/16: using intelligence wisely

Posted on 20th October 2015 by

The need for the intelligence supplied by the JSNA is more important than ever, to demonstrate value from our services in a time of reducing budgets and define the future direction of services across Warwickshire. This is the first annual statement in the three year cycle of the JSNA an opportunity to refresh and update […]

Indices of Multiple Deprivation 2015

Posted on 30th September 2015 by

Introduction The new English Indices of Deprivation 2015 (IMD 2015) have today (30/09/15) been released by the Department for Communities and Local Government.  These replace the Indices of Deprivation 2010 (IMD2010) as the official measure of deprivation in England. The Indices provide a set of relative measures of deprivation for small areas, known as Lower […]