Dataset

Regional Trends

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Regional Trends is a comprehensive regular source of official statistics for the Statistical Regions of the UK (Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Government Office Regions within England). It includes a wide range of demographic, social, industrial and economic statistics, covering aspects of life in the regions.

Source agency: Office for National Statistics

Designation: National Statistics

Language: English

Alternative title: RT

  1. Regional Trends 41
  1. South West has highest percentage of pensioners in the UK – Regional Trends 40
  1. East of Englandtop for recycling – Regional Trends 40
  1. London: most prosperous region but higher costs – Regional Trends 40
  1. Gender wage gap biggest in South East Regional Trends 40
  1. North East spends least on transport – Regional Trends 40
  1. More police per head in West Midlands than UK Average – Regional Trends 40
  1. Over half of Yorkshire & TheHumber children walk to school – Regional Trends 40
  1. More 16 & 17- year-olds in further education in North West – Regional Trends40
  1. East Midlands riding high in recycling tables -Regional Trends 40
  1. UK regions reveal their green credentials – Regional Trends 40

Import source: ONS-ons_hub_2009_06.xml
External reference: ONSHUB
National statistic: yes
Geographic coverage: 111100: United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland)
Date released: 2009-06-24
Agency: Office for National Statistics
Categories: People and Places
Department:
Geographical granularity: Local Authority and County

Tags:education-and-skills,economics-and-finance,crime-and-justice,social-protection-and-benefits,businesses,labour-market,housing,environment,regional-accounts,health-and-social-care,travel-and-transport,health-well-being-and-care,regional,crime-and-law-enforcement,children-education-and-skills,people-and-places,employment-jobs-and-careers,housing-and-households,business-and-industry,population,regional-trends,leisure-and-culture,transport-and-infrastructure,economic