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Number of people affected locally
Section category: Number of people affected locally

Soc&Env: The ‘Food Environment’: Local data by desireability and perceptions

As described elsewhere in the JSNA, Hackney Council recently commissioned Ipsos MORI to undertake a health and wellbeing survey of its adult (age 16+) residents.  This included questions about perceptions of how healthy their diets are and what prevents them from eating more healthily. Virtually all respondents to this survey (89%) were aware of the …

Soc&Env: The ‘Food Environment’: Local data by affordability

The ‘Living standards’ section of this JSNA chapter describes levels of deprivation poverty in Hackney and the City of London. Low and middle-income families spend proportionately more of their income on food than those on higher incomes, and this is linked to poor dietary choices. It is not known how many residents in Hackney and …

Soc&Env: Local data on road traffic casualties

The number of people killed or seriously injured (KSI) on the road in Hackney between 2012 and 2014 was 290; a rate of 37.6 per 100,000 resident population.  In the City of London, the recorded rate is much higher, at 754 per 100,000 resident population over the same period (173 people in total), but this …

Soc&Env: Local data on modes of transport

In Hackney, Census data shows that the proportion of households without a car or van rose from 56% in 2001 to 65% by 2011, a rise of nine percentage points.  In 2011, 31% of households owned one car or van, with 5% owning two or more cars.  In the City, the proportion of households without …