Resilience Monitor Spring 2014 – Updated quarterly containing information on housing, debt, labour market, survey data and generic APB data.


Census Briefings and Summaries 

More detailed reports on results from the Census, usually produced within a week of the official data release by the ONS.

Census_Briefing_Report_1 -Focuses on some of the main themes of population, gender and age band that were released in the first wave of Census data

Census_Information _Summary_1 – Basic Overview of Knowsley population

Census_Information _Summary_2 – Age and gender breakdown of Knowsley

Census 2011 – health of carers unpaid care briefing version 3 – Focuses on the breakdown of the carers in the Borough by means of age, gender and health

Census Information Summary 3 (Dec 2012) – Diversity Profile of Knowsley

Further Details on census information can be found at the following sites

  • The Office for National Statistics (ONS) makes local area Census, demographic, economic and household data available via the National Statistics and Neighbourhood Statistics websites
  • NOMIS provides data on employment, unemployment, benefits and Census for Knowsley, its neighbourhoods, postcode sectors, parliamentary constituencies and health areas.

Child and Family Poverty Needs Assessment 2013 – This is a refresh of the Liverpool City Region Child Poverty and Life Chances Needs Assessment. It is not an exhaustive update but instead draws out the key changes since the Needs Assessment was first published in 2011.


Key Strategies Relating to Population, Families and Households 

Families in Knowsley Policy Framework – We recognise that improving the life of an individual has to be in the context of the wider family environment. Family policy is therefore about adopting appropriate approaches to support those families with the most need to improve their lives and at the same time growing the number of thriving families in the Borough. To help achieve this, Knowsley has adopted a ‘Families in Knowsley’ policy framework that sets out key actions the council will take to support all families in a range of different ways.