Official Statistics

Local Alcohol Profiles for England: February 2020 data update

Update of Indicators in the Local Alcohol Profiles for England (LAPE) interactive tool.



Public Health England (PHE) has published an update to Local Alcohol Profiles for England (LAPE).

The LAPE interactive tool presents a range of alcohol-related indicators and allows users to view and analyse data in a user-friendly format.

The aim of the profile is to provide information for local government, health organisations, commissioners and other agencies to monitor the impact of alcohol on local communities, and to monitor the services and initiatives that have been put in place to prevent and reduce the harmful impact of alcohol.

This release includes new data for the following indicators:

  • admission episodes for alcohol-related conditions
  • admission episodes for alcohol-specific conditions
  • admission episodes for alcohol-related unintentional injuries
  • admission episodes for mental and behavioural disorders due to use of alcohol
  • admission episodes for intentional self-poisoning by and exposure to alcohol
  • admission episodes for alcohol-related cardiovascular disease
  • admission episodes for alcoholic liver disease
  • successful completion of alcohol treatment
  • proportion waiting more than 3 weeks for alcohol treatment

The following new indicators have been added:

  • quarterly admission episodes for alcohol-related conditions (Broad)
  • quarterly admission episodes for alcohol-related conditions (Narrow)

View previous Local Alcohol Profiles for England updates.

Relevant information from LAPE to aid in the understanding of alcohol-related harm in a local population is available from the UK Government Web Archive.

Published 4 February 2020
Last updated 12 February 2020 + show all updates
  1. Amended figure 2 and figure 6 in the statistical commentary, following discovery of an issue with HES coding in East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust.

  2. First published.