We understand that searching for the data you need can be time consuming and frustrating. We've created this simple tool to help you navigate your way around all of the sources out there and will sign post you to the relevant site.
Suffolk Observatory contains all of Suffolk's vital statistics; it is the one-stop-shop for data, statistics and reports all about Suffolk provided by a variety of organisations.
Suffolk Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) looks different for each local authority and can take the form of reports, presentations and videos. It's a rolling programme including the State of Suffolk report, the JSNA blog and the Annual Public Health Report.
Nomis is a service provided by the Office for National Statistics, ONS, to give you free access to the most detailed and up-to-date UK labour market statistics from official sources. You can view a labour market profile of Suffolk, Local Authority and Ward Level, these include some of the data from key datasets on population, employment, unemployment, qualifications, earnings, benefit claimants and businesses.
The Fingertips tool provided by Public Health England allows a vast number of health and wellbeing themes, browsing indicators at different geographic levels, benchmarking against regional or national averages and exporting data to use locally.
The Local Health Tool is another tool provided by Public Health England which plots and maps datasets pulled from various sources. It's useful to visualise the relevant data and compare to neighbouring localities. Data can be viewed at Ward, LSOA, MSOA and Local Authority level.
The Sport England Local Insight Tool allows users to view Sport England data at various geographical levels. It also allows data to be displayed at local level from other open-data sources, such as socio-economic and demographic data, as well as the ability to download reports.