Communities with poor internet connections may feel disconnected.
How we measure it:
Various measures of connectivity, with the average, maximum and total all considered. Whilst high speeds may be available, connection counts show actual take-up of services.
Communities with poor transport links may feel disconnected.
How we measure it:
Buses and rail were considered key public transport facilities. Rail was split two ways, as many communities have access to a minor rail station but are still some distance from any major station.
(Geolytix Transport pack)
Our research identified nine areas that matter for community wellbeing. These areas are grouped into people, places and relationships.
The availability of good, accessible, affordable services to help all ages make the most of education and learning opportunities.Find out more
Access to good quality public, voluntary, and social care services that promote physical and mental health in the community.Find out more
Services and infrastructure in place to promote a sustainable, ethical, inclusive economy that meets the needs of local people.Find out more
Access to affordable and inclusive cultural and leisure activities, services and amenities which celebrate the diverse histories of people in the community.Find out more
Access to affordable and sustainable transport and communication networks for everyone, especially those with disabilities.Find out more
Affordable, secure, quality housing, a safe and clean surrounding environment, and well-kept, accessible and inclusive public spaces for people of all ages.Find out more
The state of family, social and community relationships and the impact of any breakdown in trust on issues like crime.Find out more
Equal and fair opportunities for everyone, regardless of ethnicity, religion, colour, age, ability, sexuality, gender, income etc. Services and infrastructure in place to promote equality, equity and fairness.Find out more
Democratic governance and decision-making mechanisms in place to allow people to express themselves and take either individual or collective action to improve the local community and beyond.Find out more
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