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  • Updated 2 days ago

    We are Calderdale 2019: Distinctiveness

    Calderdale Council
    We are Calderdale 2019 is an assembly of public, private, community and voluntary sector partners within Calderdale. To support the event, this is one of three data packs created to support the assembly. The other two are Enterprising and Talented and Kindness and Resilience.
  • Updated 4 days ago

    Calderdale IMD 2019 results

    Calderdale Council
    The Index of multiple deprivation (IMD) combines information from the English Indices of deprivation (IoD). It is the Government's official measure of relative deprivation for LSOAs (Lower layer super output areas). LSOAs are small geographical areas of approximately 1,700 people. There are 128 LSOAs in Calderdale. The IoD is a set of relative measures of deprivation for LSOAs across England, based on seven different domains of deprivat...
  • Updated 18 days ago

    Estimates of Station Usage

    Office of Rail and Road
    Figures are based on ticket sales data recorded in rail industry systems. These are estimates and users should read the accompanying report in order to understand the limitations of the dataset.  The data has been collected differently from 2017-2018; the Entries and Exit totals are recorded together rather than separately.
  • Updated 3 months ago

    Road Traffic Accidents

    Calderdale Council
    Information on all road accident casualties across Calderdale. Data includes location, number of people and vehicles involved, road surface, weather conditions and severity of any casualties. Please note The Eastings and Northings are generated at the roadside where the accident occurred. Sometimes due to poor internet connectivity this data is may not be as accurate as it could be. If you notice any errors please contact accident.s...
  • Updated 4 months ago

    Calderdale IMD 2015 Results at LSOA, Neighbourhood and Ward

    Calderdale Council
    The Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) is one of a set of English indices of deprivation, and are released by the Department for Communities and Local Government every three to five years. The latest statistics are for 2015, and use data from 2012 to 2013. IMD results are sometimes used as criteria for external funding bids (eg Big Lottery). IMD 2015 is the Government’s official measure of relative deprivation for LSOAs. LSOAs are sma...