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Derry City and Strabane District Council Key Statistics April 2019


Derry City and Strabane District Council as 100 people

7 Poor / Very poor

49 Male

16 Fair

51 Female

77 Very good / Good

34 Aged 0 to 24

General Gender health

43 Economically inactive 8 Unemployed

Economic Activity (16+)

12 Working part-time 37 Working full-time

Age

25 Aged 45 to 64 14 Aged 65+

Qualifications (16-64)

22 None

27 Aged 25 to 44

Country of Birth

Religion

22 NVQ Level 4+

89 in NI 9 Rest of UK and RoI

56 NVQ Level 1-3

3 Elsewhere

2 Other and No Religion

72 Catholic

25 Protestant and Other Christian


Population Total population In 2017 = 150,500

Age band 0-15 1.6% since 2011 16-24 25-44 45-64 4.6% since 2001 65+

150,500

Total

Change since % 22% 12% 26% 26% 15% 100%

2011 580 1,410 2.480 3,410 3,370

-1.7% -7.3% -6.0% 9.6% 18.1%

2,310

2001 5,420 -14.2% 2,040 -10.2% -8.6% 3,630 37.1% 10,580 48.7% 7,200

1.6%

6,690

4.6%

Life expectancy at birth

Projected % change within age bands (2016 – 2041) 70%

2017 Number 32,810 17,920 38,730 39,050 21,980

Gender Male Female

63%

60%

2009-11

2011-13

76.7 80.3

2013-15

77.0 81.4

50%

0.6yrs for males since 2009-11

40% Total population in 2041 projected 30% to be 145,852

1.4yrs for female since 2009-11

77.3 81.7

10% 0% -3%

-10%

-11% -14% -20% -15% -17% -30%

Standardised Mortality Ratio

Standardised Mortality Ratio

20%

107 106 105 104 103 102 101 100 99 98 97 96

106.1 104.9 103.9 103.8

104.0

103.2

102.3 102.4

100

Northern Ireland

Age Band Period

Derry City & Strabane


Housing Housing Stock

Dwelling completions Private Social 140

3.9% since 2013

120 100

61,736

80

61,034

60

60,459 59,443

59,698

60,018

40 20 0

2013

2014

2015 2016 Year

2017

2018 Period

Standardised Residential Property Price and Verified Residential Property Sales £200,000

1000

£180,450

900

£160,000 £140,000

Average house price (£)

800

DCSDC Verified Residential Property Sales DCSDC Average Price

£125,277

700

£120,000

600

£100,000

500

£80,000

400

£60,000

300

£40,000

200

£20,000

100

£0

0 2005

2006

2006

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

Year

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

Sales

£180,000


Economy, Labour Market and Income

Composition of employee jobs, 2017

Number of employee jobs up 6.1% since 2014

Male FT

55,821

Male PT

54,986

26%

36%

53,630

Female FT

52,606

Female PT

2014

2015

2016

28%

2017

10%

Year

Gross weekly median pay of employee jobs

2017

Gross weekly median pay

£600 £500 £400

£475.40

2018

£486.70 £446.20

£373.60

£455.20

£381.90 £344.60

£342.10

£300 £200 £100 £0 Work in DCSDC - All jobs

Work in DCSDC - FT jobs

Resident in DCSDC Resident in DCSDC - All jobs - FT jobs


Economy, Labour Market and Income (cont’) Agriculture

Number of VAT and/or PAYE registered businesses

 In June 2018 there were 1,771 farms

 In 2018, there were 5,120 VAT and/or

and, of these, 74.8% were very small farms, 13.0% were small, 5.0% were medium and 7.2% were large.

PAYE registered businesses operating in DCSDC.

 The total agricultural workforce was

 11.4% of firms employed 10 or more

3,510 in June 2018.

people

 9.1% of firms a turnover of £1,000,000 or more.

Non-Financial Business Economy Category

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

Turnover (£m)

3,084

3,377

3,595

3,691

3,721

Purchases (£m)

1,994

2,186

2,498

2,594

2,521

GVA (£m)

1,094

1,200

1,124

1,215

1,235

Unemployment (Claimant Count and Job Seeker’s Allowance)

 Claimant Count March 2019 = 4,625 (i.e. 4.8% of those aged 16-64 in DCSDC) 0.5% from February 2019 6.5% from March 2018 Jobseeker’s Allowance Category

Number

% of all claimants

Change since February 2019

March 2018

2,165

90%

-50

-2%

55

16-24

245

10%

-20

-8%

-610

-71%

16-24 & 1yr+

230

10%

-20

-8%

-45

-16%

Claiming 1yr+

3%


Economy, Labour Market and Income (cont’) Number of claimants of key benefits (Nov 2018) State Pension

22,260

Employment and Support Allowance

13,400

Disability Living Allowance

11,420

Carers Allowance

8,240

Pension Credit

7,300

Income Support

3,770

Attendance Allowance

3,730

Job Seekers' Allowance

2,640

-

5,000

10,000

15,000

20,000


Deprivation DCSDC SOAs within 100 most deprived in Northern Ireland by deprivation domain (1 = most deprived; 890 is least deprived)

MDM SOA East Crevagh 2 Strand 1 The Diamond Creggan Central 1 Brandywell Shantallow West 1 Culmore 2 Shantallow West 2 Creggan South Ballycolman Ebrington 2 Clondermot 1 Westland Shantallow West 3 Carn Hill 2 Rosemount Creggan Central 2 Shantallow East Glenderg

Income Rank 1 3 5 6 10 13 19 22 27 33 37 38 43 45 51 59 68 69 86 90

Education, Skills and Training SOA East Creggan Central 1 Crevagh 2 Creggan South Culmore 2 Altnagelvin 1 Shantallow West 1 Ballycolman Brandywell

Rank 14 31 32 57 64 85 87 92 98

SOA East Strand 1 The Diamond Crevagh 2 Shantallow West 2 Brandywell Creggan Central 1 Ebrington 2 Ballycolman Shantallow West 3 Culmore 2 Westland Clondermot 1 Glenderg Rosemount Creggan South Creggan Central 2 Shantallow West 1 Donemana Finn North Crevagh 1 Carn Hill 2 West 1

Rank 4 10 11 15 16 18 20 24 26 40 42 43 45 48 51 54 58 65 79 81 83 85 94 97

Access to Services SOA Plumbridge Donemana Glenderg Claudy 2 Banagher Slievekirk Clare

Rank 1 21 23 32 41 52 60


Deprivation (cont’) DCSDC SOAs within 100 most deprived in Northern Ireland by deprivation domain (1 = most deprived; 890 is least deprived) Employment SOA East Strand 1 The Diamond Shantallow West 1 Crevagh 2 Brandywell Creggan South Creggan Central 1 Culmore 2 Clondermot 1 Westland Ballycolman Carn Hill 2 Shantallow West 2 Shantallow East Ebrington 2 Culmore 3 Shantallow West 3 Creggan Central 2 Rosemount West 2 Altnagelvin 1 Castlederg Beechwood

Health and Disability Rank 3 4 6 7 10 13 14 16 22 24 29 31 32 40 43 51 57 58 61 65 68 71 74 79

Living Environment SOA Strand 1 Ebrington 2 Strand 2 Pennyburn 1 The Diamond Rosemount Creggan Central 1 Culmore 2

Rank 9 18 22 37 42 50 82 95

SOA Crevagh 2 Shantallow West 1 Culmore 2 Creggan Central 1 Brandywell Creggan South Strand 1 The Diamond Clondermot 1 Shantallow West 2 East Shantallow West 3 Shantallow East Carn Hill 2 Creggan Central 2 Westland Ballycolman Culmore 3

Rank 9 13 22 23 32 35 36 44 45 46 54 59 62 63 65 77 81 85

Crime & Disorder SOA The Diamond Strand 1 Shantallow West 1 Pennyburn 1 Crevagh 2 Shantallow West 2 Culmore 2 Ebrington 2 Rosemount Brandywell East Clondermot 1

Rank 1 10 19 24 28 29 30 33 44 50 76 94


Crime Recorded crime (excluding fraud), 2001/02 to 2017/18 Year 2001/02 2002/03 2003/04 2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 12,000

Recorded Crime offences 10,128 10,218 10,092 9,684 10,527 10,106 9,027 9,261 9,188 8,993 9,301 9,659 9,430 9,370 9,425 8,504 8,494

Annual Change 0.9% -1.2% -4.0% 8.7% -4.0% -10.7% 2.6% -0.8% -2.1% 3.4% 3.8% -2.4% -0.6% 0.6% -9.8% -0.1%

10,527

9,659

Number of recorded offences

10,000

8,494

8,000 6,000 4,000 2,000 0

Year


Education School enrolment 2018/19

Nursery

Pre-school

8 schools

23 schools

DCSDC School enrolment 2018/19

511 pupils

384 pupils

Primary

Post-primary Special School

69 schools

14 schools

2 schools

16,093 pupils

11,897 pupils

440 pupils

Qualifications of DCSDC school leavers, 2012/13 to 2016/17 100 90

% of school leavers

80

82.0

80.8

69.3

68.2

60 50

82.3

81.5

76.4

70

58.1

61.3 55.5

58.7

63.2

58.9

60.0

58.4

40 30 20 10 0 2012/13

2013/14

2014/15

2015/16

Year 2+ A Levels A*-E

5+ GCSEs A*-C

5+ GCSEs A*-C inc. GCSE English and maths

2016/17


Health Standardised Admission Rate due to alcohol related causes per 100,000 population

1,081

1,091

1,130

7.4% over rolling fiveyear period

1,127 1,001

Period

Standardised Admission Rate due to circulatory disease per 100,000 population

2,127

2,157

2,097

1,948

1,759

17.3% over rolling fiveyear period

Period

Standardised Admission Rate due to respiratory disease per 100,000 population 0.3% over rolling five year period

2,270 2,250 2,242

2,238

Period

2,244


Tourism Estimated Overnight Trips, Nights and Expenditure, 2011-2017

Year

Overnight Trips

Nights spent on Overnight Trips

Expenditure during Overnight Trips

2011

168,064

767,880

£29,582,184

2012

164,802

706,128

£26,654,278

2013

254,121

932,153

£46,305,147

2014

231,027

810,809

£39,497,818

2015

223,718

890,527

£42,712,577

2016

282,833

909,670

£50,220,218

2017

270,408

822,313

£55,827,929

102,344 (60.9%)

54,433 (7.1%)

£26,245,745 (88.7%)

Change 2011-2017

1,000,000

60,000,000

900,000

Number of trips/nights

700,000

40,000,000

600,000 500,000

30,000,000

400,000 20,000,000

300,000 200,000

10,000,000

100,000 0

0 2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

Year Overnight trips

Nights spent on overnight trips

Expenditure spent on overnight trips (£)

Estiamted spend (£)

50,000,000

800,000


Tourism (cont’) Place of origin of those on overnight trips to DCSDC, 2015-2017 Other (including RoI), 12%

North America, 6%

Northern Ireland, 40%

Other European, 9%

Great Britain, 34%


Environment Renewable energy applications within DCSDC, 2010/11 – Dec 2018 Year 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18

Approved applications 30 56 50 60 16 21 16 9

Jan – Mar 2018 Apr - Jun 2018 Jul – Sept 2018 Oct – Dec 2018

Decided applications 34 65 68 68 30 34 46 13

3 0 0 2

3 0 1 3

Municipal waste Category Total municipal waste arisings Preparing for reuse, dry recycling and composting Of which: Dry recycling Waste composting Preparing for reuse

July to September 2018 Tonnes % 19,422 100% 9,695

49.9%

6,450 3,203 43

33.2% 16.5% 0.2%

In the period July to September 2018, DCSDC had 19,422 tonnes of municpal waste arising. Of this, 49.9% was sent for preparing for reuse, dry recycling or composting.


Further Information: For any further statistical enquiries on the Derry City and Strabane District Council area, please contact the statisticians located within Council:

statistics@derrystrabane.com

Hugh McNickle hugh.mcnickle@derrystrabane.com

Claire Hood claire.hood@derrystrabane.com

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