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Chief Executive’s Office.
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Higher than Derby percentage of private
sector dwellings non-decent, lacking modern
facilities and in disrepair.
Higher percentage of empty properties than
A higher percentage of people with no
qualifications than the Derby average
A considerably lower percentage achieving
78 points across the EYFSP.
Key Stage 2 - a considerably lower
percentage achieving Level 4 and above in
English and Mathematics.
Maths, English and IT literacy- for all age
Key Stage 4 - a lower percentage achieving
5+ A* - C including English and
The NEET figure is considerably higher than
the city average.
Life expectancy in this Ward is the lowest
compared with the other wards in Derby.
The rate of mortality at any age from any
cause is the highest in the city.
The rate of premature mortality from
cardiovascular diseases is the highest in the
Stroke are the highest seen in Derby.
Significantly more individuals are likely to
and bringing cholesterol under control is a
public health priority.
Arboretum has the highest rate of adult A&E
attendance, of any Ward in Derby.
Better health at work
Better mental health and well-being
More choice and influence over services.
Number of assaults with less serious injury is
considerably higher than the city average.
Higher volumes of serious collisions, slight
collisions, KSI and collisions involving
children than the Derby ward average
Less fear of crime and anti-social behaviour
Perception of ASB higher than Derby figure
Much higher volumes of Police CFS for ASB
than Derby average.
Much higher number of BCS crimes than city
Higher numbers in YOS than Derby average.
A lower rate of residents giving unpaid help.
More people influencing local decisions
influence decisions affecting their local area.
Lower than average forum attendance.
Influencing decision making
Fewer people felt they belonged to their
Fewer people felt informed as to what was
being done to improve their neighbourhood.
More people feel that people from different backgrounds get on well together
Fewer people felt that their neighbourhood
was a place where different types of people
got on well together.
Less household carbon emissions