The Regional and Local Insight data sets bring together a huge range of data related to culture and sport. The outputs are updatable MS Excel sheets containing summary tables and breakdowns by year and, where available, local authority.
The Regional and Local Insights were derived from the following data tables. These data tables are collated sources of data on similar themes. Where available, data for the last five years and by local authority are given.
Data tables on gross value added, businesses, turnover, employment, volunteering, and business start-up for the CASE economy (culture, creative industries and sport).
Note: The spreadsheet was amended on 4 May 2011. The previous version incorrectly used Financial Years which has now been corrected to Calendar Years. No other changes were made.
Data by levels of public (exchequer and Lottery) and private capital funding across the CASE domains (where available).
Data on the levels of public (exchequer and Lottery) and private funding for non-capital projects across the CASE domains.
Data on domestic overnight tourism, inbound tourism, visits to visitor attractions.
Data on participation in Higher Education, Further Education, GCSE level and in non mainstream CASE related programmes. Last updated in September 2010.
Data on local perceptions community cohesion, belonging, community safety.
Data tables on participation in activities across CASE sectors and levels of satisfaction. Last updated in September 2010.
Data table containing the count, percentage and density of physical assets by CASE sector and region. This data was published in October 2010.
Regional Insights Reports
The Regional Insights reports below provide an analysis of the data tables by region, along with key statistics for 2010.
The following report provides information on how data in the tables above were sourced and constructed.
We are always looking at how best to present these data and give easy access to the most useful comparisons of interest to local areas and researchers, and what sort of analytic tools might be more beneficial. If you work as at local level and want to make use of these data, please email email@example.com