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See a summary of our Local Outbreak Control Plan and read our frequently asked questions. 

Your District - Facts and Figures

Statistical data and profiles of our wards and district

Population Statistics

Key statistics, collated at West Berkshire level are available from the population statistics page or from contacting the Performance, Research and Risk team.

Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA)

The JSNA highlights the health needs of the whole community and presents population and health data at electoral ward and district level. The process of producing and updating the JSNA is currently being reviewed across Berkshire and, as part of this process, a new West Berkshire Data Observatory has been developed, where up-to-date data on a range of indicators is available.

District Needs Assessment (DNA)

The DNA replaces the District Profile and sets out up-to-date statistics about the district gathered from a variety of national, regional and local data sources, council and partner strategies and reports.

English Indices of Deprivation (IoD)

English Indices of Deprivation are statistics on relative levels of deprivation in England and were updated in September 2019. The Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) provide the indices for local authorities as a dashboard,  where you can explore the data at local authority and neighbourhood (Lower Super Output Area (LSOA)) level. Also, as the relative levels deprivation between 2015 and 2019. Please note: the IoD can not be used to quantify how deprived or affluent a small area is.

Census 2011

pdf icon Key data and trends [294kb] for West Berkshire have been drawn from the 2011 census.  There's more information from the 2011 census on the population statistics page.

*Census 2021 will take place on 21 March 2021

Who To Contact

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

01635 503043