Consultation outcome

DCLG draft statistics plan for 2011 to 2012

This consultation has concluded

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Statistics plan: based on the outcome of our public consultation on the department's draft statistics plan for 2011 to 2012 and our response to that consultation

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Detail of outcome

Our statistics plan represents the outcome of the public consultation which the Department for Communities and Local Government launched in April 2011 to cover our draft statistics plan for 2011 to 2012 and incorporates our formal response to that consultation. Until such time as we publish our next plan - possibly on a multi-year rolling basis - the product portfolio which is set out in appendix D of the plan will form the basis of our planned statistical work program from April 2012 onwards.

Original consultation

This consultation ran from 13 April 2011 12:00am to
3 June 2011 11:45pm

Summary

Consultation on the Department for Communities and Local Government's proposals for collecting and publishing official statistics in 2011 to 2012.

Documents

Consultation description

The draft statistics plan describes the Department for Communities and Local Government’s proposals for collecting and publishing official statistics over the period April 2011 to March 2012.

We are seeking:

  • users’ reactions to our proposals and their views on whether our planned deployment of resources will meet their needs
  • suggestions for the development of any new statistics, products or services
  • suggestions for any further reductions in the amount of data we collect and publish (beyond those already submitted in the context of the ‘single data list’)
  • information from users about the particular uses to which they put our statistics