2 edition of Local authority leisure services and urban deprivation. found in the catalog.
Local authority leisure services and urban deprivation.
A. J. Veal
by University of Birmingham, Centre for Urban and Regional Studies in Birmingham
Written in English
|Series||Working paper / University of Birmingham, Centre for Urban and Regional Studies -- 52, Working paper (University of Birmingham. Centre for Urban and Regional Studies -- no.52.|
|Contributions||University of Birmingham. Centre for Urban and Regional Studies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||37|
It has been suggested that composite measures of deprivation are good explanatory variables in urban but not in rural areas, where other factors such as accessibility to public services are important and adjustment based on these may not be adequately controlling for area deprivation in rural areas. 22, 42 This analysis was based on cross. A major theme for the Institute is the relationship between problems of poverty, deprivation and policies for social inclusion and the local urban setting, particularly the neighbourhood but also the wider housing and labour market. We are particularly engaged with the place dimensions of poverty and disadvantage and with developing the notion of social sustainability.
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losses, compared with 6% for urban metropolitan districts and 2% for county councils. Fees for parking, cultural and leisure services, planning and trade waste schemes, which are likely at particular risk, are equivalent to an average of 29% of shire districts’ budgets, compared with 7% for London boroughs and less than 1% for county councils. The Local Government Association (LGA), which mainly represents English and Welsh local authorities, said that while the rescue package recognised the pressure councils and local services .
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Provisional counts of the number of deaths and age-standardised mortality rates involving the coronavirus (COVID) between 1 March and 17 April in England and Wales. Figures are provided by age, sex, geographies down to local authority level and deprivation indices.
Local authorities (LAs) across the country are among those on the front line of the coronavirus crisis. But geographical differences in demographic and economic structures make different parts of the country more vulnerable to different effects of the crisis – on health, on families and children, and on jobs and incomes.
This means the demands and costs facing each LA will change in Author: Kate Ogden, David Phillips. Overview. In September the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) published the Indices of Deprivation the official measures of relative deprivation for small geographic areas within local authority boundaries called Lower-layer Super Output Areas (LSOAs) in England.
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Cited by: 4. Within the education domain (see Table 1 A), there was a stepwise association between the number of Local Education Authority (LEA) i.e. publicly funded, nurseries and primary schools per people and deprivation, with a higher density in poorer areas.
There was no clear pattern of density by deprivation for LEA secondary schools, private Cited by: In book: A Handbook of Leisure Studies, pp Tendering in the UK Local Authority Leisure Services,’ in D.
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Providing research and information services to the Northern Ireland Assembly 5 of life. Bygovernment will support every Local Authority to identify and address gaps in provision of services for Early Years children in rural areas. There are sets of actions for the other age groups.
STRATEGY/POLICY/PROGRAMME CHILD POVERTY STRATEGY (). The prevalence of urban poverty and its spatial manifestations have been thoroughly discussed in the academic literature. This paper contributes to th. A better understanding of the links between Covid, urban form and urban conditions will help us to develop more resilient ‘post-virus’ cities.
The coming years may see shifts in economic activity away from urban cores towards rural areas. The wider effects of such shifts on economic and social wellbeing are still unclear.
This third edition of "Leadership for Recreation, Parks, and Leisure Services" is unique from many different current effort of this book is focused on bringing together a number. Pupils eligible for free school meals by local authority, region and year: 29/07/ Number of pupils in primary, middle and secondary school classes by local authority and year group Adult lifestyles by WIMD deprivation quintile: 29/07/ Adult lifestyles by local authority and health board: 29/07/ Most viewed.
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Brayley and Daniel D. McLean Sagamore Publishing, L.L.C. Champaign, Illinois. Recent local government austerity programs in Wales, as elsewhere, are likely to impact on the provision of leisure services as local authorities look to transfer the funding of facilities such as swimming pools and sports halls to leisure trusts, social enterprises, commercial management organisations or local community groups.
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Portishead or Portishead and North Weston is a civil parish with a Town Council in North Somerset, parish includes the coastal town of Portishead along with the village of North census gave the population as 23, As of however, the population number is estimated to be well o with another 8, people expected by Methods We conducted interrupted time series and difference-in-differences analyses using local administrative data and a large national survey to investigate the impact of an intervention providing universal free access to leisure facilities alongside outreach and marketing activities in a deprived local authority area in the northwest of England.
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