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Introduction
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1. This file contains data for some of the key metrics that will be use to assess applications to the Regional Growth Fund.
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2. All data, other than that for benefits, is presented on pre and post 2009 Local Authority District (LAD) boundaries. Post-2009 boundaries are in the yellow tabs and pre-2009 are in the blus tabs. Where data is published on the pre-2009 LAD boundaries these have been aggreagted to the post-2009 LAD boundaries using rounded estimates.
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3. The first worksheet for each group provides a summary of the metrics, the remaining worksheets provide the underlying data. Full information on the data sources, accompanying data notes and links to where the data is orignally published (which will include further data information) can be found with the underlying data.
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4. If the RGF application is thought to impact on numerous LADs the underlying data should be used to construct the relevant metric rather than a simple average of the summary data provided in the summary worksheet.
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5. ONS recently released job data for 2009. However, the Annual Business Inquiry has been replaced by the Business Register Employment Survey and this has resulted in a break in the series. BIS/ DCLG are currently assessing the impact of the break and will be looking to develop and update our datasets early in 2011.
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6. The official statistics included in this spreadsheet are listed below along with links to the source data:
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Percentage of residents (aged 16-64 years old) claiming out of work benefits:https://www.nomisweb.co.uk/
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Public sector employee job share:http://www.statistics.gov.uk/statbase/product.asp?vlnk=6365
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Number of active enterprises per 1,000 resident population:http://www.statistics.gov.uk/statbase/product.asp?vlnk=15186andhttps://www.nomisweb.co.uk/
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Private sector employee job growth:http://www.statistics.gov.uk/statbase/product.asp?vlnk=6365
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Introduction
Data summary post-2009 LAD
Benefits data post2k9
Pub share & Priv Growth post2k9
Business Dem & Pop post2k9
Data summary pre-2009 LAD
Benefits data pre2k9
Pub share & Priv Growth pre2k9
Business Dem & Pop pre2k9