Ealing Information and Statistics

 Planning your next Project, applying for a Grant, strategic decision making Qualitative and Quantitative research and study is very Important .

Studying the community and understanding your demographics helps produce a winning strategy, bid or plan.

Find reliable resources and statistics for the borough of Ealing.

“Even the most carefully worded, professionally written grant proposal will be unsuccessful if the data are incorrect or the claims that are made are unsubstantiated.”   Adina Genn, author of  ‘The Everything Guide to Fundraising’

 

Do you ever need access to up-to-the-minute data reports on population, health, housing, or vulnerable groups in the borough? This site provides access to key data and information about the borough. 

 It is an information sharing, mapping and reporting website that can be used by anyone, including local government, community and voluntary sector organisations, partnership members, businesses, students and the public.

The London Area Profiles help paint a general picture of an area allowing you to explore a wealth of local data to better understand the profile of London’s communities and the neighbourhoods they live in. The data is presented in two formats. Firstly, the dashboard view here allows you to interact with the data via mapping, charts and data tables.

 

 

Trust for London is a funder which focuses on tackling poverty and inequality. Key information about poverty and inequality in Ealing can be found on their website.

The Index of Multiple Deprivation 2019 is the official measure of relative deprivation for small areas. 1. (or neighbourhoods) in England. The Index of Multiple Deprivation ranks every small area in England from 1 (most deprived area) to 32,844 (least deprived area). “Deprivation” here refers to a situation where people’s needs go unmet due to a lack of resources. The briefing uses maps to highlight areas of greatest deprivation in the borough.

The ID2019 data for the whole of England are available on this MHCLG web page.

 

At-a-glance information about key health indicators for the borough, produced by Public Health England.

 

This profile brings together the most recent figures on a range of information including employment and unemployment data, qualifications and benefit claim information for Hounslow compared with London and the UK.

 

This directory allows you to search a database full of information, advice and guidance on all aspects relating to children, young people and families in Ealing.

 

The JSNA is a report which shows the the health and wellbeing of the people living and working in Ealing.  It analyses detailed information about our local population from commonly used sources like the Census, health surveys, and service-based information and compares it with intelligence from a variety of community sources. This helps to create a picture of the current (and future) local health needs and identifies health inequalities and gaps in service

As part of the Future Ealing programme, the council has identified nine ways we want to make the borough better. This will be achieved in part through the delivery of our key strategies, plans and policies. For detailed information

The Ealing Advice Service is a consortium of 10 local charities led by Ealing Mencap, working in partnership with Age UK Ealing.The Ealing Advice Service delivers free advice to residents of the borough using a ‘one-stop-shop’ approach to prevent clients from being passed between different advice agencies, and to ensure they get advice that is timely, accessible and provided by staff who understand their needs and situation.

London Borough of Ealing are delighted to deliver the Holiday Activity and Food (HAF) programme which is being funded by the Department for Education. Funds have been made available to provide free holiday provision, including healthy food and enriching activities.

The name ‘Local Offer‘ is used to describe all the services and provision available to children and young people aged 0-25, and families ‘locally’ who are living with Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND).

What’s On Ealing is the borough’s information website for everything related to Libraries, Arts & Culture and Parks & Open Spaces, as well as links to Leisure & Halls. You can find the Ealing What’s On Guide on this site.

The Ealing Stats Bank/Area Profile is a user-friendly, easy-access collection of free online stats to help voluntary and community groups with new funding bids

Good things Foundation: Find out more about the impact of Data poverty in UK