Local Insight Tool
Our new Local Insight Tool, powered by OCSI Local Insight mapping, enables users to view our data at various geographies. In addition, users can also map dozens of other open data sources, providing insight into a wide range of socio-economic and demographic data down to the neighbourhood scale. Reports summarising the socio-economics of various local areas can also be freely downloaded.
With these local data sources in combination, we believe that the tool can empower users to better understand their local areas. If you have any queries about the data available, please visit the ‘More Info’ section within the tool, or for help navigating the tool itself, please see the user guide.
If you have any questions, feedback or ideas for what data to include, please email us at email@example.com
Active Lives Online
Local users can explore the Active Lives Adult Survey data at a local level by using our Active Lives Online tool.
By clicking on the 'Locations' button on the homepage, users are able to specify individual regions, counties, Active Partnerships, and local authorities before selecting Active Lives metrics such as levels of activity, inactivity levels, sports participation or volunteering.
Local level data can also be split for (up to one) demographic groups such as gender and age. If you have any questions about the tool, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Active Lives Local-Level Interactive Report (Beta version)
This report shows the levels of activity by demographic (gender, age, NSSEC, and disability and long-term health conditions) at a local level. The report is updated with the latest Active Lives Adult Survey data and the raw data that populates this report is available to download.
This is a beta version of the report – all data is correct, but the visualisations and/or functionality may change over time.
If you have any comments or ideas about the report, there is a link on the main page to a feedback form – we would love to hear your thoughts.
Small Area Estimates
Using our Active Lives Survey data, we have produced small area estimates for the 6,791 Middle Super Output Areas (MSOAs) in England. The data provides an insight into how participation varies within a local authority.
Economic Value of Sport - Local Model
The Economic Value of Sport – Local Model uses national and published local data to provide an indicative annual value for a range of different elements of the sports economic for every local authority, County Sports Partnership, and Local Enterprise Partnership in England. Find out what sport is worth in GVA and jobs for your local area using the updated November 2015 version (PV2) – previous downloaded versions should be deleted.