Statistics and data

Other people who can help with Statistics and data

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The council's Economic Development Team offers a range of support services to businesses, such as information and contacts relating to starting a business and access to finance for business.

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Statistics website for Brighton & Hove. Up to date reports on local neighbourhoods and searchable data on the whole city.

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Statistics and data

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In 2011 they published their State of the City report (PDF) which is easy to use and full of useful statistics about the population of Brighton and Hove.

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Wheel Chair Loan

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They run the Shopmobility service based at Churchill Square, which can lend a wheelchair or scooter for people who need to borrow a wheelchair for a short time. Shopmobility Tel: 01273 323 239, email: Shopmobility@thefedonline.org.uk
The Fed also runs It's Local Actually - an online tool that lets people search for services and group activities near them in Brighton & Hove. It contains details of local groups, community centres and statutory services. You can search using a map or look for a particular type of group (eg meeting people, sport, self-help).
They have an award winning Accessibility Guide which includes information about accessible services and buildings in Brighton and Hove.
They have a programme of training courses for businesses and charities, covering disability awareness, benefits, IT and group management skills.
They also have a report that examines the needs and experiences of people with a disability, impairment or long-term physical or mental health condition aged 18-65, who live in Brighton & Hove.

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Statistics and data

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The census is a national survey of the whole population of the UK, carried out by the government every 10 years. The Census 2011 website provides data from the 2011 census for England and Wales.

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Statistics and data

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Their website has a research page with a range of useful reports and publications.

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Voting equipment

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Community Works runs the following projects for the voluntary sector in Brighton & Hove:


Community Works also provides support for groups who receive funding from Brighton & Hove Community Health Fund.
They have an electronic voting system which is available to hire. This consists of hand-held pads which can be used by people in a meeting to vote. The results are then displayed instantly on a laptop. They also have a wooden ballot box, which groups can borrow.

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Statistics and data

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The National Statistics website publishes results from lots of different government research. You can use the website to search for information about particular topics or local areas.