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Title: First Class Quality of Life and Good Governance


1
First Class Quality of Life and Good Governance
  • A Brief Overview

2
Outline of this session
  • Exercise on how well you know the sub region
  • Overview of the two chapters including the type
    of data they include and details of how the sub
    region performs on these aspects
  • Opportunity for some questions and discussion

3
First Class Quality of Life
4
Advancing Together Vision
  • Yorkshire and Humber will be a socially cohesive
    and inclusive region. Our people will have the
    capacity, resources and equitable access to
    quality services needed to live well.
  • This vision is measured using the following
    indicators
  • Health including physical activity and life
    expectancy
  • Access to Services
  • Crime including recorded crimes and fear of crime
  • Culture indicators about proximity to facilities
  • Deprivation about working age people in workless
    households
  • Obesity prevalence
  • Community Well being
  • Health of rural and urban economies
  • For some of the indicators data is not
    available at a sub regional level

5
What data is included in this chapter?
  • Culture, Leisure and Recreation
  • Heritage Environment
  • Cultural Assets
  • Sporting Facilities
  • Film and Television
  • Cultural Participation
  • Participation in Sport
  • Tourism

6
What data is included in this chapter?
  • Aspects of Deprivation
  • Income and Employment
  • Earnings and Household Income
  • Unemployment
  • Employment rates including minority ethnic and
    disabled rates
  • Economic Inactivity
  • Incapacity Benefit
  • Workless Households
  • Carers
  • Child Poverty

7
What data is included in this chapter?
  • Health
  • Life Expectancy
  • Major Causes of Death
  • General Health
  • Smoking
  • Suicide
  • Physical Activity
  • Transport Related Physical Activity
  • Leisure Time Physical Activity
  • Access to Services
  • Index of Multiple Deprivation Housing and
    Services
  • Access to GP /Primary Care Professional
  • General Access to Services

8
What data is included in this chapter?
  • Crime and Community Safety
  • Recorded Offences
  • Fear of Crime
  • Officer Provision
  • Detection Rates
  • Living Environment
  • Neighbourhood Satisfaction
  • Urban and Rural Renaissance

9
Overview
  • The sub region generally performs well against
    the First Class Quality of Life indicators
  • It generally has good health, low crime, a wealth
    of culture and heritage and deprivation is not as
    prevalent as in other sub regions

10
What are we doing well at?
11
Life Expectancy
  • Life Expectancy has increased within the sub
    region since 1997-99.
  • The sub region has experienced a greater increase
    than that seen at a regional level
  • Only Scarborough district doesnt exceed the
    national average for this measure

12
Crime Recorded Burglaries
13
Crime Fear of Crime
  • The sub region had the lowest levels of fear of
    crime, below both regional and national averages.
  • 10 of respondents from York and North Yorkshire
    were very worried about burglary.
  • This is the same percentage as the Humber despite
    their recorded burglaries being twice that of
    YNY.

14
Where are we progressing in the wrong direction?
15
Access to Services
  • The only Advancing Together indicator which
    demonstrates progress in the wrong direction is
    Access to Services
  • The percentage of rural households less than 2km
    from a primary school has declined by 18.1 since
    2001/2.

16
Where do we need to improve?
17
Crime Recorded Robberies
  • There has been no improvement in recorded
    robberies per 1000 of the population from 2001/2
    2004/5.
  • There are a number of other Advancing Together
    indicators for which it is not possible to obtain
    data at sub-regional level.
  • However in many instances there is other data and
    measures which are included in the report.

18
Good Governance and Civic Participation
19
Advancing Together Vision
  • Yorkshire Humber will possess and portray the
    highest standards of governance in all sectors
    and at all levels, and the highest levels of
    civic participation in decision-making and
    community life.
  • This vision is measured by the following
    indicators
  • Overall participation in local community
  • Percentage of businesses with a mission or value
    statement incorporating the concept of
    responsible business practice
  • Both of these indicators are new so it is only
    possible to provide a current baseline figure.
    Progress will be measured in future years against
    this baseline.

20
What type of data is included in the chapter?
  • Good Governance
  • Regional Governance
  • Local Governance
  • Quality Parish Council Status
  • Influencing Decisions

21
What type of data is included in the chapter?
  • Civic Participation
  • Election Turnout
  • Participation Rates
  • Participation in the Voluntary and Community
    Sector
  • Volunteering in Sport
  • Charitable contributions

22
What type of data is included in the chapter?
  • Quality of Public Services
  • Local Authority Performance
  • Fire and Rescue Authority Performance
  • Police Performance
  • Beacon Councils
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Impact on the Global Community

23
Overview
  • Previous versions of the Progress report did not
    contain this information at a sub regional level
  • Many of the measures are quite new and cover very
    diverse topics
  • There is limited information on which to draw on
    but progress will be continued to be monitored in
    the future
  • Overall though the sub region performs well

24
What are we doing well at?
25
What are we doing well at?
  • Whilst it is not possible to identify progress
    against the Advancing Together indicators other
    information demonstrates
  • Election turnout is high, exceeding both national
    and regional averages
  • 10.3 of households in the sub region have one
    adult who participates in the local community
  • Generally local authorities perform well in their
    Comprehensive Performance Assessment. Only Selby
    was rated weak

26
Volunteering in Sport
of adults spending at least 1 hour/week on
voluntary sport work
27
Where are we progressing in the wrong direction?
28
Where are we progressing in the wrong direction?
  • Whilst it is not possible to identify progress
    against the Advancing Together indicators other
    information demonstrates
  • The sub region despite having high rates of
    participation in the local community has below
    regional average rates for participation in
    community regeneration
  • Hambleton is the only local authority rated
    Excellent for CPA
  • The sub region has only 38 of businesses with a
    mission or value statement incorporating business
    practice compared to 42 regionally

29
Questions and Discussion
  • Any questions on the data or content of these
    chapters?
  • How could you make use of the data available in
    PIYNY?
  • What other ways could the data be presented to
    make it usable for a wide audience?
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