The annual Quality of Life in Warwickshire report provides a detailed look at the people, places and communities in our county, and how these are changing over time. The report is an assessment of the demographic, social, economic and environmental themes that all play a part in influencing our residents’ quality of life.
The need for this type of material is more important than ever, as increasingly limited resources need to be deployed in transparent, evidence-led ways. The Quality of Life in Warwickshire 2013/14 (PDF, 6.66 MB) report continues to provide local decision makers in the public, private, and voluntary sectors with that evidence base so that improving the lives of all of Warwickshire’s residents remains our collective priority.
Quality of Life in Warwickshire 2013/14
A Quality of Life QOL 201314 Key Messages (PDF, 944.72 KB) paper is also available, as are previous editions of the report published since 2000.
Due to the large file size of the Quality of Life document, each individual chapter is available to download below:
QOL 201314 Key Messages (PDF, 944.72 KB)
QOL 201314 WAAG and About Warks (PDF, 472.25 KB)
QOL 201314 Workforce (PDF, 1002.57 KB)
QOL 201314 Education and Skills (PDF, 945.01 KB)
QOL 201314 Housing (PDF, 619.21 KB)
QOL 201314 Community Safety (PDF, 700.79 KB)
QOL 201314 Health (PDF, 1.35 MB)
QOL 201314 Wellbeing (PDF, 713.46 KB)
QOL 201314 Transport and Environment (PDF, 695.13 KB)
QOL 201314 Deprivation and Need (PDF, 968.71 KB)
QOL 201314 What dont we know about QOL (PDF, 157.95 KB)
Earlier Editions of ‘Quality of Life in Warwickshire’