Place-based Longitudinal Data Resource
Updated 23 days ago

This dataset provides information about funding to local authorities in England from the Levelling Up Fund (3 rounds), UK Shared Prosperity Fund (Core and Multiply), Town Deals Fund, Future High Streets Fund and Community Renewal Fund.

Posted a year ago

Levelling up health will only succeed if we invest across the whole of local government. The Government has committed to levelling up the country and ensuring that no place is left behind. A “levelling up” agenda was introduced to address the longstanding problem of the UK’s economic and social disparities by investing in local infrastructure, empower communities and support economic recovery....

Place-based Longitudinal Data Resource
Updated a month ago

The ARC NWC Household Health Survey is a longitudinal neighbourhoods survey. The first wave was carried out in 2015, 20 disadvantaged and 8 less disadvantaged neighbourhoods across the North West Coast. Public health interventions are being implemented with resident advisors in 10 of the disadvantaged neighbourhoods (Neighbourhoods for Learning). The second wave of the survey was carried out in 2018 and only...

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Place-based Longitudinal Data Resource
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Summary This dataset describes individual spending lines (i.e., sub-categories of spending) for Adult Social Care services. The extract is sourced from the Social Care and Public Health Services revenue outturn from Local Authorities (known as RO3). Figures are provided for every Lower Tier Local Authority in England for each financial year between 2008-09 to 2021-22, however, note that there are significant...

Place-based Longitudinal Data Resource
Added 3 months ago

Summary This dataset describes individual spending lines (i.e., sub-categories of spending) for Children’s Social Care services. The extract is sourced from the Social Care and Public Health Services revenue outturn from Local Authorities (known as RO3). Figures are provided for every Lower Tier Local Authority in England for each financial year between 2008-09 to 2021-22, however, note that there are significant...

Place-based Longitudinal Data Resource
Updated 3 months ago

Summary This dataset describes individual spending lines (i.e., sub-categories of spending) for all Public Health services. Public health services were transferred to local government in 2013. The extract is sourced from the Social Care and Public Health Services revenue outturn from Local Authorities (known as RO3). Figures are provided for every Lower Tier Local Authority in England for each financial year...

If you’d like to get in contact, please email the PLDR team (info@pldr.org). Dr Alexandros Alexiou Research Associate Prof Benjamin Barr Professor in Applied Public Health Research Dr Konstantinos Daras Research Associate in Health Data Analysis Dr Tanith Rose Research Associate in Health Data Analysis

Place-based Longitudinal Data Resource
Added 10 months ago

Summary This indicator measures the average network distances and times to the nearest GP practice across Lower Super Output Areas in England since 2011.  Technical description GP practice addresses of openly available monthly data acquired from the NHS digital (https://digital.nhs.uk/data-and-information/publications/statistical/practice-level-prescribing-data) and NHS Business Services Authority (https://www.nhsbsa.nhs.uk/prescription-data/prescribing-data) services. Next, the GP practice address data transformed to active GP practice addresses (GP...

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Place-based Longitudinal Data Resource
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Summary  This indicator measures the number of claimants of Disability Living Allowance (DLA) and Personal Independence Payment (PIP) for mental health reasons and learning difficulties in England. Numbers are given for the combined claimants of DLA and PIP benefits for mental health reasons and learning difficulties (see Appendix I in the Indicator specification pdf file) since 2010, across Lower Super Output...

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Our Research Our research brings together a number of datasets that track changes at the neighbourhood level in health and the determinants of health to investigate what has worked and what could be done differently. This includes anonymised national datasets (e.g Hospital admissions data, prescribing data, census data, crime and welfare datasets) and data generated through the activities of the ARC...