These documents are produced in order to help inform on a number of important topics such as mid-year population estimates, population projections and the Indices of Deprivation.
Key Facts Documents
This summary is no longer being updated use the links provided on the documents to find the latest figures or visit the Newham Facts and Figures page for updated information.
We now produce a Key Facts Infographic This is the latest version
Previous versions can be found here:
Census Ward Profiles
These profiles contain some key statistics from the 2011 UK Census for each of Newham’s twenty wards.
Research is important as it helps us to:
- understand what residents think and want on a range of issues
- make better decisions for our residents
- provide the best services possible
- develop policies to improve the lives of residents
- evaluate policies and services to make sure they are performing
All documents published by the Council’s Research team can be found here.
Newham Health Profiles
Health Profiles provide a snapshot overview of health for each local authority in England. They highlight issues that can affect health in each locality.
Health Profiles aim to:
- provide a consistent, concise, comparable and balanced overview of the population’s health
- inform local needs assessment, policy, planning, performance management, surveillance and practice
- be primarily of use to joint efforts between local government and the health service to improve health and reduce health inequalities
- empower the wider community
These reports have been produced annually since 2006 – all previous versions are available to download from this website.
Child Health Profile
These indicators are designed to help local authorities and health services improve the health and wellbeing of children and tackle health inequalities. Available for each upper-tier local authority and for each Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) in England.
By using these indicators local organisations can work in partnership to plan and commission evidence-based services based on local need. The profiles allow comparison between the outcomes in local populations with others in order to identify and learn from better performing areas.
Detailed information (metadata) about the data used in Child Health Profiles is presented in the Indicator Guide. Use this document to find out how each indicator was created, where the data comes from, and what the public health and policy rationale is. Further information and additional Child and Maternal Health data can be found on this website.
Earlier profiles can be downloaded here.