West Berkshire Council

District Needs Assessment (DNA)

Describing the district through data

What is the DNA?

To understand how best to plan and deliver services for the people of West Berkshire, we need to understand the area and communities we are working with, as well as external influences, which play a part in shaping our district. The DNA builds up a picture of the district, describing key characteristics that make West Berkshire what it is, as well as issues and influences on the social, economic, wellbeing and environmental fabric of the area.

It brings together a mix of current data and information from a variety of national, regional and local data sources and council sources.

Finding what you need

If you know what chapter of the DNA you're looking for, you can search for it directly.

If you're not sure what you're looking for, you can browse our compilation pages, which group the chapters into themes. You can see these below.

People and PlaceStarting WellDeveloping Well
Education and Lifelong LearningLiving WellCommunity Safety
Culture, Sport and LeisureEnvironmentAgeing Well
Transport and AccessVulnerable Groups 
   

Datasets will be added or updated as new information becomes available.

If you have any comments on the content or format of the DNA, or any suggestions on how it can be improved, please get in touch with us.

Who To Contact

Managing statistics, performance metrics and co-ordinating and supporting consultations across West Berkshire Council

01635 503043