Housing Newsletter

There is a strong evidence base for the links between housing, health and wellbeing: good quality and appropriate housing is crucial to enabling people to stay healthy and well, and people who live in such houses are less likely to need more costly health and social care interventions than those who live in houses in poor condition. This month’s newsletter focusses on the existing housing stock in the Borough and homelessness. Future housing growth in Knowsley is also featured, with information on building completions and the Local Plan (2012) targets to 2028. Newsletter December 2018 - Housing
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Special Educational Needs and Disabilities – October

This month’s newsletter is focused on Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.    Knowing and understanding our population is important for both strategic and service planning. Knowsley schools have the third highest rate of children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities in England, and although the long-term impact of this higher prevalence of SEND is unknown, national evidence shows that those with special educational needs are the most disadvantaged socially and economically.   SEND October 2018
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Population Update – July

This month’s newsletter is focused on Knowsley’s population.  Knowing and understanding our population is important for both strategic and service planning. Significant changes in population size, in demographic composition (like changes in ages of people who live here), and population distribution needs to be understood to inform service delivery. Newsletter July - Population
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Diabetes

This draft report has been prepared jointly by Knowsley Council, Knowsley Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and partner organisation from the Health and Wellbeing Board. Its purpose is to set out current understanding of issues relating to diabetes in Knowsley, based on analysis of the latest available data. JSNA Report Diabetes draft v0.4 Draft published: December 2015
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Health Protection

This report has been prepared jointly by Knowsley Council, Knowsley Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and partners of the Knowsley Health and Wellbeing Board. Its purpose is to examine the scale of health protection in Knowsley and the related impacts on health, crime and the wider community based on the latest available data. Health Protection JSNA Published: January 2016
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Children at Risk and In Need

This report has been prepared jointly by Knowsley Council,  and partners of the Knowsley Health and Wellbeing Board. Its purpose is to examine the scale of Children at Risk and In Need in Knowsley and the related impacts on health, crime and the wider community based on the latest available data. Child Exploitation JSNA __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Supporting Documents  
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Knowsley Council’s Corporate Plan Indicators

Knowsley Council uses a set of indicators to monitor how Knowsley compares with the regional and national picture in a number of key areas including health, education, economy, environment and safeguarding.  This helps the Council to assess how far the Borough is progressing towards achieving its vision to make Knowsley the ‘Borough of Choice’. Corporate Plan Indicators updated 2014-2015 These indicators are all in line with the council corporate plan. This can be accessed below http://www.knowsley.gov.uk/PDF/Corporate-Plan-2013-16.pdf
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