Quality of Life in Warwickshire 2011/12

Welcome to the 2011/12 Quality of Life in Warwickshire Report (warning:  large file size). The report presents a variety of indicators that help to measure the quality of life experienced by residents of the county, and is used to support evidence-based policy-making by all public sector organisations in Warwickshire. 

The report identifies a series of key messages and examines the extent of inequality across the county, the continued uncertainty surrounding the health of the economy and the impact of our growing and ageing population.  The report also highlights successes such as reductions in crime levels and improvements in educational attainment.

Please click on the image to view the main report or click here to see a Key Messages summary paper.

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[Note: to exit the full-screen mode when viewing the report, press the ‘escape’ key, you should then be able to zoom in and out of the report]

6 Responses

  1. […] a supplement to our Quality of Life in Warwickshire 2011/12 Report, we have also produced a stand-alone presentation that will take you through the key messages. It […]

  2. […] a supplement to the Quality of Life in Warwickshire 2011/12 Report, the Warwickshire Observatory has also produced a stand-alone presentation that will take you […]

  3. […] Observatory’s recent Quality of Life in Warwickshire 2011/12 report was discussed this week at Warwick District Council’s Executive Committee, the […]

  4. […] is not a new finding; we have considered this gap in previous work such as our Quality of Life Report.  However, new figures published for 2011 identify that the trend has continued and the gap in […]

  5. […] is not a new finding; we have considered this gap in previous work such as our Quality of Life Report.  However, new figures published for 2011 identify that the trend has continued and the gap in […]

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