On this page we have compiled a list of useful websites and downloadable documents which can be referenced to help you provide evidence and research in support of your work and applications for funding, bids or tenders. Much of it is specific to Camden.
National and Neighbourhood Statistics
The Office of National Statistics: Census Data: from the 2011 census.
The Office of National Statistics: Neighbourhood Statistics: provides a variety of statisitcs at the neighborhood level which can be used as evidence about the neighbourhood you live or work in.
Nomis: a service provided by the Office for National Statistics to give you free access to the most detailed and up-to-date UK labour market statistics from official sources.
Indices of Deprivation
DataShine: is an interactive website that maps census data down to street level. You can filter the results to look at results according to income, health, employment, travel, beliefs, housing etc. There is a useful Key which helps to compare the results of interest to national averages.
OpenDataCommunities: This is the official UK Department for Communities and Local Government linked data platform. The platform provides a selection of official statistics and data outputs on a variety of themes related to DCLG’s objectives. The use is similar to DataShine above, only this also maps data by Lower Support Output Areas.
The English Indices of Deprivation 2015 have just been published. This provides information that you can use to understand and demonstrate local need. It can help you in funding bids and also can help you when supporting your users.
Camden Local Development Framework: a collection of planning documents that sets out Camden’s strategy for managing growth and development in the borough, including where new homes, jobs and infrastructure will be located.
Community Investment Programme: is a 15 year plan to invest money in schools, homes and community facilities
Community Safety: lists the 5 main priorities for the Camden Community Safety partnership.
Quality of Life Strategy for Older People: the strategy focuses on opportunities and services for people aged over 50. It shows how Camden Council will work together along with partner organisations to provide the best services for older people in Camden.
Camden Compact: an agreement that improves relations between local public bodies and voluntary and community groups.
Consultations: have your say– An information page from Camden Councils showing how to get involved in local consultations and decision-making processes
Health, Wellbeing and Social Care
Camden Joint Strategic Needs Assessment: identifies local priorities and supports commissioners to commission services and interventions that are based on need.
Camden Data:contains information about the health and wellbeing of Camden’s population, produced by the Camden and Islington Public Health Team. You will find data and evidence about the current and future health and wellbeing needs of local adults, children and young people. Data here informs the Camden JSNA.
Camden Health Profile 2014: Health profile data and information collated for you by Public Health England.
Public Health Outcomes Framework Tool: an interactive tool that enables you to analyse and cross-reference various health outcomes and indicators for the Camden local authority and compare these to national trends.
Mental Health Public Health Profile Data Tool: A similar tool to above but focused on mental health data and information.
Healthy Lives: is a beta website from Public Health England developed from the original Longer Lives web tool. The site features information about diabetes, high blood pressure and the NHS Health Check
Local Health: developed by Public Health England, Local Health gives you access to interactive maps and reports at a small level. It also includes indicators at both Ward and Clinical Commissioning level.
Data & Knowledge Gateway: A single point of access to data and analysis tools from Public Health England.
Children and Families
Camden Children’s Plan: sets out how the children’s trust will work together to improve outcomes for children and young people in Camden.
Safeguarding Children: various documents on the Camden Council website to help set out policies and procedures for protecting children and taking action when a child or young person is at risk of abuse, neglect or sexual exploitation.
Housing and Homelessness
Camden Housing Strategy 2011 – 2016: sets out Camden Council’s vision for housing in the area from 2011 to 2016 and identifies how they will work with partners.
Camden Housing Policies and Strategies: a list of other housing policy and strategy documents as they relate to Camden.
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