Official Statistics

Local Alcohol Profiles for England: 2015 annual data update

The Local Alcohol Profiles for England (LAPE) annual data update for 2015.

Documents

Indicators at a glance: Local Alcohol Profiles for England June 2015

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Statistical bulletin: Local Alcohol Profiles for England June 2015

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Pre release access list: Local Alcohol Profiles for England data update June 2015

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Detail

Public Health England (PHE) has published the Local Alcohol Profiles for England (LAPE) data update for June 2015 in a new interactive tool.

The tool presents data for 19 alcohol-related indicators and allows users to view and analyse data in a user-friendly format. The LAPE website also provides links to further supporting and relevant information to aid understanding of alcohol-related harm in a local population.

View the Local Alcohol Profiles for England data tool

This update includes:

  • more recent data for all indicators
  • new indicators relating to reason for hospital admission and benefit claims
  • additional gender break downs for mortality and hospital admission indicators