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UnhideHide Carbon Emissions (Modelled)

Theme : Environment

  • DescriptionEnvironment
  • Headline FindingsIt is estimated that a total of 854,185 carbon tonnes were emitted by Sandwell households in 2010. Almost 70% of this relates to property emissions, and the remainder, transport. On average each household emits 7 carbon tonnes.
    * All wards are around average in terms of the overall carbon emissions per household, however there is variation in terms of the split between property and transport emissions.
    * Greets Green & Lyng and Soho & Victoria wards are particularly low in terms transport emissions.
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Environment:Carbon Emissions (Modelled):No Theme:2010:Town

UnhideHide Carbon Emissions by Green Segment Type

Theme : Environment

  • DescriptionEnvironment
  • Headline FindingsGreen Aware classifies households according to their likely attitude to the environment. Considering the carbon emissions of these groups, the lowest average emissions per household are among the "confused but well behaved" and "wasteful and unconvinced" groups.
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Environment:Carbon Emissions by Green Segment Type:Green Segment:2010

UnhideHide Census 2011 Population and Households

Theme : Census

  • DescriptionCensus 2011: Usual residents and number of households with at least one usual resident
  • Headline FindingsOf the 6 Towns in Sandwell, West Bromwich has the largest population, at 75,405, although Smethwick Town has seen the largest increase between 2001 and 2011 (+6,685). The ward with the largest population is Soho and Victoria and it has also seen the greatest increase between 2001 and 2011 (31.8%, +3,600).  West Bromwich Town has the greatest number of households (29,876) while the greatest number of households in a ward is Cradley Heath Ward (5,749).

UnhideHide Child Benefit Claimants

Theme : Children & Young People

  • DescriptionNumber of families receiving Child Benefit by LSOA:
  • Headline Findings*In 2009, there were 42,020 families receiving Child Benefit in Sandwell; this continues the trend of a steady increase every year since 2005. *There are 1,440 more families receiving child benefit in 2009.*The take-up rate of Child Benefit has held fairly constant over the past few years at around 96/97%, therefore the number of child benefit recipients of Child Benefit is a useful proxy for the number of families as a whole.
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Children & Young People:Child Benefit Claimants:No theme:2009:Ward

UnhideHide Child Obesity

Theme : Health

  • DescriptionNumber and percentage of children classed as obese at Reception (4 years of age) and Year 6 (10 years of age).
  • Headline Findings* As a general rule, the proportion of children classed as obese at the end of primary education is by average 10% higher than the proportion of children classed as obese at the beginning of primary education. * The wards with the highest rates of child obesity at reception are Princes End, St Pauls and Tipton Green. * The wards with the highest rates of child obesity at year 6 are Friar Park, Wednesbury South and West Bromwich Central.
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Children & Young People:Child Obesity:National Curriculum Year:All Dates:Ward

UnhideHide Child Well-being Index

Theme : Deprivation & Income

  • DescriptionDomain Indices of Child Well-being and the overall Child Well-being Index 2009
  • Headline Findings* The Child Well Being Index 2009 (CWI 2009) measures the level of well being at lower super output area (LSOA) and ranks them from 1st= most well-being to 32,482nd=least well-being. * According to the CWI 2009, there are no LSOAs in Sandwell ranked within the best 20% (1st two deciles) nationally. * A third of Sandwell's LSOA are ranked within the 10th (worst) decile in the CWI 2009.
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Child Well-Being Index : All : 2009 : LSOA
Child Well-Being Index : All : 2009 : LSOA

UnhideHide Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) - Sandwell Clients and Enquiries

Theme : Deprivation & Income

  • DescriptionA summary of the enquiries raised by Sandwell residents with CAB, categorised by type of issue, and the number of unique clients (individuals) accessing the service.
  • Headline Findings*Soho and Victoria is the ward with the highest numbers and proportions of clients and enquiries. * Enquiries on Debt and Benefits make up more than half of all the queries raised by CAB clients. * The wards with the highest number of enquiries on debt are Soho and Victoria (324) and Princes End (277).  
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Deprivation & Income:Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) - Sandwell Clients and Enquiries:No theme:2009/10:Ward

UnhideHide Civic Participation - NI003

Theme : Perception Surveys | Sub Theme : Place Survey

  • DescriptionNI 003: Extent to which you belong to any groups in your local area which make decisions that affect your local area
  • Headline FindingsAs a measure of civic participation residents were asked to indicate which of a list of six activities they had taken part in during the last 12 months. A minority of residents have been involved as a group member making decisions on local services in any of the ways specified, with 6% having been involved in decision making about services in the local community and 4% each saying
    they have been involved with either health or education services or tackling local crime problems. Tenants' groups or services for young people are mentioned by 3% each and 2% have given their time to a group involved in regeneration of the local area. Just 1% have been a local councillor.
    The overall civic participation score for Sandwell (NI 3) is 13% - this is the proportion of residents who have taken part in at least one of the listed activities in the last year.
    Further information is available on the Place Survey topic page.
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Civic Participation - NI003 : Age of respondent : 2008/09 : Ward
Civic Participation : Age of respondent : 2008/09 : Nhood
Civic Participation : Gender : 2008/09 : Town
Civic Participation : Gender : 2008/09 : Ward
Civic Participation : NI 003: Proportion of people who belong to any group(s) which makes decisions that affect their local area. : Employment status : 2008/09
Perception Surveys:Place Survey:Civic Participation - NI003:Age of respondent:2008/09

UnhideHide Community Cohesion

Theme : Perception Surveys | Sub Theme : Place Survey

  • DescriptionNI 001: Extent to which you agree that your local area is a place where people from different backgrounds get on well together
  • Headline FindingsThere has been a fall in the proportion who agree that their local area is a place where people from different backgrounds get on well together - however this still represents almost two-thirds of respondents (compared to 75% in 2006). This indicator doesn't just refer to differences in ethnicity - it also covers other areas such as social class, education, religion, household type.
    * Those in Smethwick are most likely to agree that people from different backgrounds get on well together in their local area. This is a very diverse neighbourhood and seems to suggest that on the ground, where people live closely together and interact, there is harmony. This is something that also comes across anecdotally through the survey.
    Further information is available on the Place Survey topic page.
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Community Cohesion : Gender : 2008/09 : Ward
Community Cohesion : NI001 : Proportion of people who think that people from different backgrounds get on well together. : Ethnicity Level 2 : 2008/09
Perception Surveys:Place Survey:Community Cohesion:Ethnicity Level 2:2008/09

UnhideHide Community safety - dealing with ASB - NI021

Theme : Perception Surveys | Sub Theme : Place Survey

  • DescriptionNI021 And how much would you agree or disagree that the police and other local public services are successfully dealing with these issues in your local area? Tick one box only: Strongly agree / Tend to agree / Neither agree or disagree / Tend to disagree / Strongly disagree / Donít know
  • Headline FindingsNI 21 represents residents' perceptions of how well the local council and police are dealing with local concerns about anti-social behaviour and crime issues, and is measured as the proportion of respondents who strongly agree/ tend to agree with this statement. On this measure Sandwell achieves a score of 21%.
    * 27% of those aged 65+ agree that they are successfully dealing with crime and ASB (compared with 21% overall).
    * Those living in West Bromwich are more likely to believe that the police and other local public services are not dealing with these issues in their area (41% compared to 35% overall).
    Further information is available on the Place Survey topic page.
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Perception Surveys:Place Survey:Community safety - dealing with ASB - NI021:Age of respondent:2008/09
Perception Surveys:Place Survey:Community safety - dealing with ASB - NI021:Age of respondent:2008/09

UnhideHide Community safety - safety outside after dark

Theme : Perception Surveys | Sub Theme : Place Survey

  • DescriptionQ022: How safe or unsafe do you feel when outside in your local area after dark? Tick one box only: Very safe / Fairly safe / Neither safe nor unsafe / Fairly unsafe / Very unsafe / Donít know
  • Headline FindingsA third of respondents feel safe when outside after dark, and half (49%) feel unsafe.
    * Not surprisingly, women and those aged 65 or over are more likely to feel unsafe outside at night (both 53%).
    * However, younger residents are also more likely than average to share this feeling (55% of 18-34 year olds), probably a reflection of the fact that they tend to go out more at night.
    Further information is available on the Place Survey topic page.
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Perception Surveys:Place Survey:Community safety - safety outside after dark:Age of respondent:2008/09
Perception Surveys:Place Survey:Community safety - safety outside after dark:Ethnicity Level 2:2008/09

UnhideHide Community safety - safety outside in daylight

Theme : Perception Surveys | Sub Theme : Place Survey

  • DescriptionQ23: How safe or unsafe do you feel when outside in your local area during the day? Tick one box only: Very safe / Fairly safe / Neither safe nor unsafe / Fairly unsafe / Very unsafe / Donít know
  • Headline FindingsThe Place Survey shows that 73% of respondents feel safe when outside during the day, and only 10% feel unsafe.
    * Residents in Tipton and Rowley Regis are more likely than those living in Wednesbury to feel safe during the day.
    Further information is available on the Place Survey topic page.
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Perception Surveys:Place Survey:Community safety - safety outside in daylight:Age of respondent:2008/09

UnhideHide Customer enquiries to the Contact Centre

Theme : Customer Insight

  • DescriptionNo data
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