Consultation outcome

Regional economic performance indicators

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
This consultation has concluded

Detail of outcome

We received no responses to this consultation. ‘Regional economic performance indicators’ (REPI) served the purpose of grouping data that was also published elsewhere, to make it easy to find. We’ve stopped publishing REPI due to the decline in interest, and beacause the data is now easily available on the internet.

Original consultation


We’re asking for views on whether 'Regional Economic Performance Indicators' (REPI) remains useful and for suggestions on its improvement.

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Consultation description

The annual web publication ‘Regional Economic Performance Indicators?’ (REPI) provides data on a number of indicators involving social and economic factors, covering the UK regions. It aims to give a balanced picture of all the statistical information relevant to economic performance, competitiveness and the state of the regions.

There have been large changes in government policy in some areas, in particular a shift from regionalism to localism. It’s therefore important that we make sure the publication continues to provide the range of sub-national statistics that are relevant to users.

We’re asking if readers of the publication continue to find it useful, and for feedback and suggestions on how it can be improved.


Consultation on 'Regional economic performance indicators'

'Regional Economic Performance Indicators' consultation: questionnaire

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Published 24 May 2011