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Derry City and Strabane District Council Key Statistics – October 2016


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 2015 = 149,500

0.9% since 2011 3.9% since 2001

2015 Number 32,750 18,570 39,360 37,870 20,940

Age band 0-15 16-24 25-44 45-64 65+

149,470

Total

66%

Total population 50% in 2039 projected to be 40% 149,100

2011 650 770 1,850 2,230 2,330

2001 5,480 -14.3% -7.0% 1,400 -7.1% 3,000 33.0% 9,400 41.6% 6,160

-2.0% -4.0% -4.5% 6.3% 12.5% 0.9%

1,280

5,660

3.9%

2001-03

2006-08

74.3 79.2

74.8 80.1

2011-13 77.1 81.5

2.8yrs for males since 2001 2.3yrs for female since 2001

30%

Standardised Mortality Ratio

20%

108 106

10%

106.1

104

0%

-20%

100%

Gender Male Female

60%

-10%

% 22% 12% 26% 25% 14%

Life expectancy

Projected % change within age bands (2016 – 2039) 70%

Change since

0% -12%-11%-13%-11%

104.9

103.9

103.8 104.0

102 100 98 96 2008-10 2009-11 2010-12 2011-13 2012-14

Age Band

DCSDC

Northern Ireland = 100


Housing Housing Stock

Dwelling completions 94 150 43

2.0% since 2011

60,471

Private Social

43 76

100

60,018 59,698

2013

2014 Year

2015

0

2016

60,000

2014 Q1

£94,944

2013 Q1

80,000

2012 Q1

Price (£)

95 Standardised Residential Property Price and Verified Residential43 Property Sales 140 120 200,000 100 £180,450 180,000 80 60 160,000 40 140,000 20 0 120,000 £102,715 100,000

Private Social

1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300

40,000

200

20,000

100

0

0

Year DCSDC Verified Residential Property Sales

43 76

DCSDC Standardised Price

Sales 2016 Q1 2016 Q2

2012

2015 Q1

59,304

50

59,443


Economy, Labour Market and Income

Number of employee jobs

53,630 52,606 51,075 50,253

2012

2013

2014

2015

Year

Gross annual pay of employee jobs

Annual Earnings (£)

2014

£23,734

25,000 20,000

2013

£18,126

2015 £22,475

£17,458

15,000 10,000 5,000 0

Work in DCSDC All jobs

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

• In 2015, the annual pay of those working in DCSDC was £18,126. For those resident in DCSDC, it was £17,458.

• For full-time employees, working in DCSDC, the annual wage was £23,734. For fulltime employees living in DCSDC, it was £22,475.


Economy, Labour Market and Income (cont’) Agriculture

Number of VAT and/or PAYE registered businesses

• In June 2015 there were 1,735 farms

• In 2015, there were 4,570 VAT and/or

and, of these, 73% were very small farms, 14% were small, 5% were medium and 8% were large.

PAYE registered businesses operating in DCSDC.

• 11.5% of firms employed 10 or more

• The total agricultural workforce was

people

3,341 in June 2015.

• 8.8% of firms a turnover of £1,000,000 or more.

Non-Financial Business Economy 2011

2012

2013

Turnover (£m)

3,084

3,377

3,535

Purchases (£m)

1,994

2,186

2,474

GVA (£m)

1,094

1,200

1,089

Unemployment (Claimant Count and Job Seeker’s Allowance)

• Claimant Count September ‘16 = 5,618 (5.8%) -1.4% from August ‘16 -15.5% from September ‘15

Job Seeker’s Allowance Category Claiming 1yr+ 16-24 16-24 & 1yr+

% of JSA claimants Number

Change since

%

2,890

August 2016 No No 51.6% change change

Sept 2015 -235

-7.5%

1,570

28.0%

5

0.3%

-335

-17.6%

500

8.9%

35

7.5%

50

11.1%


Economy, Labour Market and Income (cont’)

Number of claimants of key benefits (May 2016) Disability Living Allowance

22,510

State Pension

22,200

Employment and Support Allowance

13,230

Pension Credit

8,260

Carers Allowance

7,790

Income Support

5,080

Attendance Allowance

3,700 -

5,000

10,000

15,000

20,000

25,000

Deprivation Overall deprivation scores

Deprivation Measure Overall rank of deprivation Rank of total number of people regarded as being in 'Income Deprivation' Rank of the proportion of people regarded as being in 'Income Deprivation' Rank of total number of people regarded as being in 'Employment Deprivation' Rank of the proportion of people regarded as being in 'Employment Deprivation'

DCSDC rank 2

2 1 2 1

Ranks are based on the 11 council areas within Northern Ireland. A rank of ‘1’ indicates the most deprived council area whilst a rank of ‘11’ indicates the least deprived council area.


Crime Recorded Crime offences Recorded Crime offences 10,687 10,232 9,107 9,347 9,269 9,076 9,385 9,789 9,522 9,510

Year 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

Annual Change -4.3% -11.0% 2.6% -0.8% -2.1% 3.4% 4.3% -2.7% -0.1%

Number of recorded offences

11,000 10,500

10,687

10,000

9,789

9,500

9,510

9,000 8,500 8,000 2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

Year

2011

2012

2013

2014


Education School enrolment 2015/16

Pre-school

Nursery 8 schools

24 schools

DCSDC School enrolment 2015/16

509 pupils

481 pupils

Primary

Post-primary Special School

70 schools

14 schools

2 schools

15,836 pupils

12,164 pupils

389 pupils

Qualifications of DCSDC school leavers, 2012/13 to 2014/15 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15

90 % of school leavers

80

81

70 60 50 40

58

56

76

82 61

59

59

63

30 20 10 0 2+ A Levels A*-E

5+ GCSEs A*-C Qualifications

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


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

1,037.1

1,067.2

7.8% between 20082010 and 2010-2012

989.8 2008-2010

2009-2011 Period

2010-2012

Standardised Admission Rate due to circulatory disease per 100,000 population 7.8% between 20082010 and 2010-2012

2,392.9 2,315.7 2,243.3 2008-2010

2009-2011

2010-2012

Period

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

2,957.8 2,756.0

2,741.0

2008-2010

2009-2011 Period

2010-2012

7.3% between 20082010 and 2010-2012


Tourism Estimated Overnight Trips, Nights and Expenditure, 2011-2015

Year

Nights spent on Overnight Trips

Overnight Trips

Expenditure during Overnight Trips

2011

168,064

767,880

£29,582,184

2012

164,264

704,042

£26,718,843

2013

254,315

936,200

£46,814,887

2014

230,983

810,310

£39,744,803

2015

223,172

889,416

£42,502,028

55,108 (32.8%)

121,536 (15.8%)

£12,919,844 (43.7%)

£46,814,887

1,000,000

50,000,000

800,000

40,000,000

600,000

30,000,000

400,000

20,000,000

200,000

10,000,000

0

0 2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

Year Overnight trips Nights spent on Overnight Trips Estimated spend during Overnight Trips (£)

Estimated spend (£)

Number of trips / nights

Change 2011-2015


Tourism (cont’) Place of origin of those on overnight trips to DCSDC, 2013-2015 Other, 10% North America, 7%

Other European, 9%

Northern Ireland, 38%

Great Britain, 37%


Environment Renewable energy applications with DCSDC, 2010/11 - 2015/16 Year 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16

Approved applications 30 56 50 60 16 21

Decided applications 34 65 68 68 30 34

Municipal waste In the period January to March 2016, DCSDC had approximately 17,300 tonnes of municpal waste arising. Of this, over 35% was sent for preparing for reuse, dry recycling or composting.

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

Jan to Mar 2016 Tonnes % 17,305

100%

6,128

35.4%

5,337 773 17

30.8% 4.5% 0.1%


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

Derry City and Strabane District Council Key Stats Info October 2016  

Derry City and Strabane District Council Key Stats Info October 2016

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