Collection

Local Alcohol Profiles for England (LAPE)

The profiles provide information to monitor the services and initiatives that have been put in place to prevent and reduce the harmful impact of alcohol.

Alcohol use has health and social consequences borne by individuals, their families, and the wider community.

Reducing harmful drinking is one of 7 priority areas that Public Health England is focusing efforts on securing improvement.

The Department of Health commissioned PHE to produce an evidence review of the public health burden of alcohol, published in December 2016.

The local alcohol profiles have been designed to provide information for local government, health organisations, commissioners and other agencies to monitor:

  • the impact of alcohol on local communities
  • services and initiatives that have been put in place to prevent and reduce the harmful impact of alcohol

The data is updated once per quarter.

View the Local Alcohol Profiles for England.

Documents

  1. Local Alcohol Profiles for England: December 2018 data update
  2. Local Alcohol Profiles for England: September 2018 update
  3. Local Alcohol Profiles for England: July 2018 update
  4. Local Alcohol Profiles for England: February 2018 update
  5. Local Alcohol Profiles for England: November 2017 update
  6. Local Alcohol Profiles for England: May 2017 data update
  7. Local Alcohol Profiles for England: March 2017 data update
  8. Local Alcohol Profiles for England (LAPE): February 2017 data update
  9. Local Alcohol Profiles for England: hospital admissions indicators, 2016 annual data update
  10. Local Alcohol Profiles for England: mortality indicators, 2016 annual data update
  11. Local Alcohol Profiles for England: 2015 annual data update
  12. Local Alcohol Profiles for England: April 2014 annual data update
Published 7 March 2017
Last updated 4 December 2018 + show all updates
  1. Added 'Local Alcohol Profiles for England: December 2018 update'.
  2. Added 'Local Alcohol Profiles for England: September 2018 update'.
  3. First published.