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The home of data in and about North Yorkshire

Data North Yorkshire is maintained by a partnership of local authorities, CCG's, organisations, towns and parish councils to become more open with their data. Here you will find articles, links, raw data as well as data driven stories, Joint Strategic Needs Assessment publications and more. You can browse the site either using the menu at the top of the page, or by scrolling down.

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Housing Summary report ( 10/01/2017 )

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 people.

North Yorkshire is an attractive place to live and there is considerable demand for properties from households who work outside the county but commute from North Yorkshire, those who want to retire and who want a second or holiday home. This results in high average house prices and private rents.

The 2011 census highlighted that the predominant tenure is home ownership, at almost 70% of all households. A high proportion of owner occupiers own their homes outright, without a mortgage. There is a low proportion of social rented homes (11.7%) compared the national average (18.4%). Levels of social rented homes are particularly low in Craven and …

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Director of Public Health Annual Report 2016

Good work - good for you, good for business: The health and wellbeing of the working age population.Responsibility for public health passed from the NHS to local authorities in 2013. Dr Lincoln Sargeant is the head of the team at North York…

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Population in North Yorkshire

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 i…

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End of Life Summary report 2016

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, looki…

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2011 Census District Profiles

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 & Wa…

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North Yorkshire JSNA Update 2016 - CCG's

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 York…

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NYCC JSNA Annual Update 2016

The aim of this document is to provide an annual update and identification of new areas of need across North Yorkshire and the Clinical Commissioning Group localities.┬áThe annual update does not provide the fine detail behind needs in the p…

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