• Population

    66,854

    Up 9.1% from 2011

  • Population

    89,746

    Up 3.4% from 2011

  • Population

    77,184

    Up 2.4% from 2011

  • Population

    222,462

    Up 4.9% from 2011

  • Population

    89,116

    Up 4.6% from 2011

  • Population

    80,014

    Up 2.8% from 2011

  • Population

    97,650

    Up 4.5% from 2011

Corby

East Northamptonshire

Wellingborough

Northampton

South Northamptonshire

Daventry

Kettering

Corby

  • Education deprivation measures acknowledge the education, skills and training level for children, young people and adults. 35% of adults living in the most deprived areas of Corby have no qualifications, while 6% of 16-24-year-olds are not in education, employment or training.

    Books

    In top 10% of most deprived areas in the UK

    for Education, Skills and Training

  • Health and social care measures acknowledge disability, life expectancy, obesity, alcohol-related issues, self-harm, smoking related deaths and suicide. Corby ranks in the top 2% of the most deprived areas in the UK for these areas, with obesity, alcohol-related hospitalisation and smoking deaths significantly higher than the UK average.

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    In top 20% of most deprived areas in the UK

    for Health and Disability and Employment

  • Child poverty is an important concern in the United Kingdom, with The Marmot Review (2010) suggesting that childhood poverty leads to negative health outcomes and premature mortality.

    Children

    2,700 (20.1%) of children live in low income families

    17.6% in out of work households

East Northamptonshire

  • The proportion of SEN support for pupils in East Northamptonshire and Wellingborough is higher than the county and national averages.

    Children

    More children have Special Educational Needs (SEN) than the national average

    (13.38% compared to 11.6%)

  • Supporting NEET young people is important to improving positive outcomes across their life span – the Community Foundation has funded projects aimed at helping those classed as NEET.

    NEET

    6.5% of those aged 16-24 are not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET)

  • The number of adults aged 16 years and over with no qualifications is higher in the most deprived areas in Northamptonshire in comparison with the least deprived areas. The high proportion of adults (16+) with no qualifications impacts on the average resident income in the county.

    Qualifications

    32.4% of adults in the most deprived areas have no qualifications

Wellingborough

  • Being NEET for more than 6 months can significantly damage a young person’s life chances and make them more likely to experience unemployment, poor health and economic disadvantage in later life.

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    Second highest rate

    for young people not in employment, education or training in the county (7.2%).

  • The number of children living in out-of-work benefit households in Corby, Northampton and Wellingborough are higher than the national average. Supporting families experiencing financial difficulties due to low income is central to improving health and wellbeing of children.

    Children

    2,900 (18.9%) of children live in low income families

    14.2% of 10-15 year-olds live in out-of-work households, higher than the national average

  • Nationally there are on average six shoplifting crimes per 1,000 people annually – however in Wellingborough, there are 11.7, the second highest in the county behind Kettering.

    Handcuffs

    Double the national average of shoplifting crimes per 1,000 people

Northampton

  • Education deprivation measures acknowledge the education, skills and training level for children, young people and adults. Northampton has clear needs in this area, which is leading to a lower than average median hourly pay (£12.40 compared to £13.73).

    Books

    In top 20% of most deprived areas in the UK

    for education, skills and training

  • The number of children living in out-of-work benefit households is higher than the national average. Supporting families experiencing financial difficulties due to low income is central to improving health and wellbeing of children.

    Children

    8,400 (19.1%) of children live in low income families

    15.3% of children live in out of work households

  • Northampton has considerably higher amounts of people who are considered homeless and in priority need than the national average, with 3.44 people per 1,000 considered as being in this category, compared to 2.52 per 1,000 nationally.

    Housing

    Ranked in the top 20% in the UK for barriers to housing

South Northamptonshire

  • Northamptonshire’s overall performance in this category is positive; however, South Northants reports a slightly higher number of alcohol related hospital admissions for under 18s than the national average.

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    More under 18s hospitalised for alcohol related issues than the national average

  • Given the high proportion of older people living alone in Northamptonshire and concerns over increased isolation, promoting independent living by supporting individuals to keep warm, safe and secure is paramount. 30% of those living in the Daventry area are currently 65-74 years of age.

    People

    Higher than average elderly population

    28.65% of males and 29.21% of females are aged 65-74

  • Housing measures consider the barriers to housing and services, acknowledging the physical and financial accessibility to housing and other key local services.

    Housing

    Worse than the national average for Barriers to Housing

Daventry

  • A significant factor in adult hospitalisation in Northamptonshire was self-harm related injuries, with Daventry suffering 54 more self-harm related injuries per 100,000 people than the national average.

    Plaster

    Significantly higher levels of self-harm than the national average

  • Given the high proportion of older people living alone in Northamptonshire and concerns over increased isolation, promoting independent living by supporting individuals to keep warm, safe and secure is paramount. 30% of those living in the Daventry area are currently 65-74 years of age.

    People

    Higher proportion of elderly male and female residents aged 65-74 than across the country

  • Supporting adults to take responsibility for their health by promoting the importance of informed lifestyle choices is a priority in Northamptonshire and a key to reducing untimely deaths.

    Female

    Below national average life expectancy for females

Kettering

  • Per 100,000 people, Kettering experiences 90 more adult hospitalisations for alcohol related issues and 45.9 more hospitalisations for self-harm than the national average.

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    High levels of alcohol and self-harm related hospitalisation

  • Crime measures acknowledge the rate of recorded crimes and the outcomes, focusing on the four main crime areas: violence against the person, burglary, theft and criminal damage. Kettering has the second highest crime rate in Northamptonshire behind Corby.

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    Higher crime rate than national average

    Shoplifting nearly three times the national average.

  • Corby has the highest proportion of smoking related deaths in the county, however smoking deaths in Northampton and Kettering were also higher than average.

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    Increased number of deaths from smoking

    278 per 100,000 of population, compared to 274 nationally