Welcome to the Partnership Information Portal
The Partnership Information Portal (PIP) provides easy access to statistics and indicators at differing geographical levels across the borough. The statistics cover a number of themes including demographics, educational achievement, health, employment and public perceptions.
PIP enables you to find out more about Tameside using interactive maps, tables and graphs.
- 2011 Census
- Child Poverty
The last census took place on the 27th March 2011. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) sent out questionnaires to around 25 million households, asking about work, health, national identity, citizenship, ethnic background, education, language, marital status and so on.
The answers will be turned into statistics and used to build a picture of today’s society. The first set of results were released in July 2012 and can be found on the census home page.
From 2007, local authorities and PCTs were required by the government to produce a Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) describing the health and well-being of their local community.
In order to achieve the world class services that people expect, we must have a full
understanding of local needs. The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment will help local agencies understand the health and social care needs of their local communities and identify where inequalities exist. This will help determine local priorities and support the commissioning of services to meet these needs.
The 2013 - 2014 JSNA refresh is now available. A summary report of the key findings and implications can also be accessed here .
This area of the site brings together data to inform the needs assessment on child poverty in Tameside. All local authorities and their named partners are required to co-operate with a view to reducing, and mitigating the effects of, child poverty in their local areas.
The child poverty needs assessment enables local partners collectively to understand better the distribution and characteristics of child poverty across the local area and the extent and nature of the local challenge. The needs assessment will provide the evidence base for the production of a child poverty strategy for Tameside.
This area of the site brings together evidence which helps to form the Assessment of Housing Need for the Metropolitan Borough of Tameside.
Tameside’s Housing Needs Assessment provides an up to date and robust evidence base upon which to develop Local Development Documents within the Local Development Framework and to ensure that services within the authority and partners can plan to continue to meet the Boroughs housing need. Please click on the link below to access information about Housing Need in Tameside.
This area of the site brings together evidence which helps to inform the Tameside Council's and its partners approach to Investment and Development.
Tameside Council carries out a range of activities aimed at bringing investment and development to the borough. A variety of information is used to inform Tameside’s approach. Please click on the link below to access background information and strategies that have helped inform the authority’s approach to Investment and Development in Tameside.