Insight e-bulletin - May 2018

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Insight e-bulletin - May 2018

Prioritisation Framework

Source: Public Health England

The Prioritisation Framework is an evidence-based decision-making tool that advises local authorities on investment in public health programmes. It identifies the most suitable programmes for the local population, and takes into account strategic and operational practicalities to make recommendations on programme changes and spending.

You can learn more about the Prioritisation Framework on the Public Health Matters blog.

Dementia Profile

Source: Public Health England

According to the latest updates on the Dementia Profile, GP practices recorded 2,253 Coventry residents as having dementia in 2016/17. 93.9% of these residents were aged 65 and above. Overall, Coventry has a lower rate of recorded prevalence than the national average.

Coventry City Centre Empty Shops Report — 2018 Q1

Source: Insight, Coventry City Council

At the end of the first quarter of 2018, 56 prime retail units in Coventry City Centre were empty. Seven of them were newly void, while 12 previously empty units became occupied. For further details, please download the report.

Some of the voids can be attributed to structural changes in the city. With the announced plans for the regeneration of City Centre South, long-term lets are not as readily availableThe development at Cathedral Lanes also added to this quarter's voids count.

    Facts about Adults and Children in Coventry

    Source: Insight, Coventry City Council

    Two documents of up-to-date figures to give a picture of Coventry's adults and children. Topics for adults include life expectancy, disability, deprivation, and care. The children's report covers birth rates, minority ethnic groups, and free school meals.

    Download the PDFs to make use of the their embedded links.