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Local data and unmet
Section category: Local data and unmet

Soc&Env: Local homelessness data

It is very difficult to accurately gauge the level of homelessness across the country, as it affects people in very different ways. There are two main sources of data – councils accepting households as homeless (and assuming responsibility to help house them) and rough sleeper counts. In 2015/16, 1,017 households were accepted as homeless in …

Soc&Env: Local data on housing tenure

A description of the household tenure shares for Hackney and the City of London is provided in Table 3. The social housing sector in Hackney is the one of the largest in London and houses more residents locally than any other tenure. The recent growth in the private rented sector (see the comparisons section) has mainly …

Soc&Env: Local data on the affordabiilty and availability of housing

High housing costs are a significant issue affecting affordability, both in Hackney and the City of London. Over 30% of respondents (all tenures) to the 2014 Hackney housing needs survey said that housing costs are either ‘difficult’, ‘a strain’ or ‘just manageable’ (see Figure 3).  The greatest levels of reported difficulty are found in the …

Soc&Env: Local data on housing conditions

The 2014 Hackney housing needs survey highlighted that problems with the home across all tenures are mainly associated with cold, mould and damp (Figure 2) – all major causes of housing-associated ill-health (see Section 6.3.1).  Housing-related problems were found to be much less common in the owner-occupied sector than in other tenures. Figure 2: Housing …

Soc&Env: Housing and homelessness: Local data

This section primarily describes the number of local people affected by housing-related issues that impact on health.  See the ‘Mental health and substance misuse’ and ‘Children and young people’s chapters of the JSNA which describe a range of specific physical and mental health outcomes for adults and children, including those linked to housing as described …

CYP: Mental Health: Local data on unmet need

It is not possible to estimate unmet need for Tier 1 or Tier 2 services without reliable estimates of the number of children and young people receiving these services from non-specialists in general settings such as schools and GP practices. There are an estimated 1,900 children and young people in need of Tier 3 services …

CYP: Mental Health: Estimated number affected

The estimates in Table 3 suggest that around 5,600 children and young people in Hackney have a diagnosable mental health disorder, with just over 50 in the City. The most common disorder among boys is conduct disorder, which is estimated to affect around two-thirds of all boys with one or more mental health condition. The …

CYP: Mental Health: Local data number affected

Tier 1 services are provided entirely in schools, GP practices, youth centres and other general settings. We do not have data on the number of children and young people who receive Tier 1 services within these settings. Tier 2 services are also provided in schools, GP practices, youth clubs and other general settings. Where these …

CYP: Mental Health: Local data and unmet need

Mental health services for children and young people in Hackney and the City are described in Section 1.7. Number affected – known to services  Number affected – estimated  Unmet need

CYP: Local data on hospital admissions

Detailed admissions data at HUHFT are again available for Hackney and City residents aged four years and under over the two-year period 2013/14 to 2014/15. There were 3,560 admissions over this period in this age group, which equates to 173 per 1,000 children over two years. Further analysis has been undertaken of the most common …