The Vale of Glamorgan Public Services Board published its Well-being Assessment in May 2021. The Assessment provided the PSB with an extensive evidence base from which to develop its priorities set out in the PSB's Well-being Plan.
To build on the learning of the Assessment, and to keep track of key changes in the Vale, the PSB has developed an online Evidence Base. The Evidence Base will enable decisions to be made using data and learning which is as live as possible. Data is presented through four key reports, which utilise a number of key indicators to track the well-being of the Vale of Glamorgan. The four key reports include analysis and data on Demographic Change, Education and the Economy, Health and Communities and Environment and Transport. The report can be accessed by following the links set out in the boxes below.
Set out below are some further reports which set-out data and evidence on the Welsh Index of Multiple Deprivation and Protected Characteristics in the Vale of Glamorgan. Also below are some links to Additional Data Sources which can be used alongside the Evidence Base to develop an understanding of the Vale of Glamorgan.
Welsh Index of Multiple Deprivation in the Vale of Glamorgan
The Welsh Index of Multiple Deprivation (WIMD) is the official measure of relative deprivation for small areas in Wales. It identifies areas whcih may be experiencing higher levels of deprivation by measuring Lower Level Super Output Areas (LSOAs) against several 'Domains' or types of deprivation. LSOAs in Wales are ranked from 1 Most Deprived to 1,909 least deprived. This analysis provides an in-depth review of WIMD data for the Vale of Glamorgan, the WIMD Domains of deprivation and the indicators used to construct these Domains.
Access the WIMD in the Vale of Glamorgan Analysis
Protected Characteristics in the Vale of Glamorgan
The Public Sector Equality Duty as set out in the Equality Act 2010 places a duty on public authorities to consider how policies and decisions may affect and impact upon people who are protected under the Equaity Act. This analysis provides an oveview of the most up-to-date data currently available for those who have a protected characteristic in the Vale of Glamorgan.
Access the Protected Characteristics in the Vale of Glamorgan Report
Additional Data Sources
The information in the above reports is drawn from Welsh and U.K. level data and research and collated for the Vale of Glamorgan. Set out below are links to the information that these reports draw on and further sources of data and research from which information about the Vale of Glamorgan can be accessed: