Housing in North Yorkshire is unaffordable for many, placing pressure on the limited Affordable Housing stock in the county.
Good quality housing has a critical role to play in creating and supporting economic growth and helping to prevent illness, injury or the deterioration of existing conditions and is especially important for older …Read more »
The population of North Yorkshire has increased steadily from 570,100 in 2001 to 602,300 in 2015, a growth of around 5.6%. Although there was a small reduction in the population between 2013 and 2014, largely due to a short-term reduction in the military population in the county during that period, growth is expected to continue in subseq…Read more »
Almost everyone will experience end of life care at some point during their lives. Many of us will be involved in caring for someone who is dying, often a close friend or relative. Some of us will be involved in a professional manner, looking after dying people as part of our role in health or social care, or other professions such as law…Read more »
Census statistics help paint a picture of the nation and how we live. They provide a detailed snapshot of the population and its characteristics, and underpin funding allocation to provide public services. The population of England & Wales on Census Day, 27 March 2011, was 56,075,912.Read more »
The annual update does not provide the fine detail behind needs in the population but it does point local partners to where further investigation and deeper explorations are required. The annual update highlights indicators where North Yorkshire could improve relative to the national average in the NHS Outcomes Framework, the Adult Social…Read more »