ONS have published new population estimates which show Herefordshire's population has increased to 192,800 in mid-2019. Data is now available to download from the Population pages.
ONS have published new population estimates which show Herefordshire's population has increased to 192,800 in 2019. Further information about this update will soon be available from the Population page of our website. In the meantime, you can downlo… read more on article: "New population estimates"
The coronavirus pandemic is affecting many areas of our daily lives and is likely have a significant impact on Herefordshire's economy, at least in the short to medium term. Data and intelligence are emerging all the time and will be vital to helping… read more on article: "Coronavirus: Big increase in numbers claiming unemployment-related benefits"
To mark the tenth anniversary of Professor Sir Michael Marmot’s landmark review of health inequalities in England Fair Society, Healthy Lives a new, updated report Health Equity in England: The Marmot Review 10 Years On has just been published by the… read more on article: "Health Equity in England: The Marmot Review 10 years On - new report released"
In December, we let you know that the Office for National Statistics (ONS) had published their latest estimates of the population of small areas in England. We've analysed this new data and it's now available as a download from the population page. … read more on article: "Population and Indices of Deprivation updates"
We have recently published a new oral health needs assessment for Herefordshire which can be viewed, or downloaded, from the oral health page of this website. The oral health needs assessment describes the standard of oral health of people living in… read more on article: "Oral health needs assessment"
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) have recently published their latest estimates of the population of small areas in England. We will shortly begin analysing this new data and we will be making it available on the ‘population’ and ‘about your… read more on article: "Latest small area population estimates"
Reflecting the importance of environmental factors to people's health and wellbeing, we are gradually expanding the environment section of Understanding Herefordshire. In a recent (September 2019) news item we announced the addition of a new 'clim… read more on article: "Water quality"
The English Indices of Deprivation 2019 (IoD2019) were released at the end of September, replacing those from 2015. They give an indication of how deprived a local area is compared to all other areas of England based on seven different types, or dom… read more on article: "English Indices of Deprivation 2019"
Reflecting the potential impact of global warming and associated climate change on Herefordshire's natural environment, its economy, and on its people's health and well-being, we have created a new webpage. The page summarises the challenges posed b… read more on article: "New content - climate change and greenhouse gas emissions"
Welcome to our latest (Summer 2019) Understanding Herefordshire bulletin where we share information about what we have been working on. You will also find links to some external resources that you might find interesting, information about recent eng… read more on article: "Summer 2019 Understanding Herefordshire Bulletin"
Updated ward profiles, incorporating the latest information about quality of housing in Herefordshire, are now available to view and download via the ‘interactive map'. The ward profiles provide a single source of useful information and statistics a… read more on article: "Ward profiles updated"
We have just added a new page to the website which provides information about the prevalence of domestic violence and abuse in Herefordshire. The 'hidden' problem of domestic abuse in rural communities has recently been highlighted in a report by t… read more on article: "Domestic violence and abuse - new web page added"
ONS have published new population estimates which show Herefordshire's population has increased to 192,100 in mid-2018. Data is now available to download from the Population pages.