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Social Regeneration Indicators

Purpose of the indicators

The Social Regeneration Indicators will sit alongside the Council Plan to monitor the high-level impact that our actions are having across the borough and the progress we're making in achieving our regeneration for all ambitions.

These outcome measures will enable us to identify priorities and learn from our own progress. The findings will be used across the council and by partners to inform council activities, plan strategically for the future and influence others.

Developing and using the indicators

These indicators have been developed in collaboration with colleagues from across the council to ensure that all key outcomes are included and they will be effective in influencing corporate priorities. Voluntary and community sector representatives were also engaged in the development process.

The indicators will be shared on the council website and updated as new data becomes available. This will vary for each indicator depending on how and when data is collected and published. Wherever possible, these indicators will be segmented into outcomes for different population groups to understand the impact on inequalities.

Cabinet will receive an update report on an annual basis so they can monitor the progress of the indicators.

Next steps

These indicators will be underpinned by area specific indicators for each major regeneration area to give a detailed picture at a local level and help monitor the impact of the social regeneration charters and place plans.

In addition to the key indicators, it's important to understand peoples lived experiences of regeneration and how these are changing over time. We're exploring options for qualitative approaches to provide richer and more comprehensive insights into the impact of regeneration on our residents’ lives.

See here for definitions and sources for all provided data (pdf, 210kb).

Page last updated: 19 March 2019

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