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PublishersDurham County Council (1) Leeds City Council (1) Newcastle City Council (1) Sheffield City Council (1) Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council (1)
DevelopersSource Datasets (5)
- Updated 5 months ago
Public health funeral dataLeeds City CouncilInformation on funerals organised by Leeds City Council due to circumstances such as no traceable next of kin, next of kin unable or prepared to organise or no-one able/available to fund the funeral. Dataset guidance Column 1: Postcode of area of the last known address of the deceased. Column 2: Date of death. Column 3: Total cost of the funeral (not just the amount the council recovers, or the charge by the council). Column 4: Date th...
- Updated a year ago
Public leisure centresDurham County CouncilSpatial dataset of public leisure centres, which are owned by Durham County Council. Further information To find out more about leisure centres, click on the following link https://www.durham.gov.uk/leisurecentres
- Updated 3 years ago
Public Health DataSheffield City CouncilSpend on Drug and Alcohol Treatment services by Sheffield City Council. We also publish the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) via the following link: https://sheffieldcc.maps.arcgis.com/apps/Cascade/index.html?appid=96383090af4149b49112b66dadf2ea3a. The JSNA provides an over-arching assessment of the current and future health and wellbeing needs of Sheffield people. It provides an evidence base for the Joint Health and Wellbeing S...
- Updated 6 years ago
Stockport Births and DeathsStockport Metropolitan Borough CouncilThis dataset contains the count of births and fertility rate by LSOA for 2015, along with the count and direct age standardized rate of deaths for the period 2013-15. Information on the calculation of direct age standardized rates can be found in the technical documentation below. LiveBirth: Live Births 2015 Fert_Rate: General fertility rate 2015 Deaths: Deaths 2013-2015 Stan_Death: Directly Standardized Rate Deaths 2013-15
- Updated 6 years ago
Public health funerals dataNewcastle City CouncilWe have a duty to dispose of a deceased body under the provisions of the National Assistance and Public Health (Control of Disease) Acts 1948, if the person who died has no assets or if there are no relatives who can make funeral arrangments. Hospitals and care homes may also be able to help if the person dies while in their care. Initial contact is usually through the Coroner. If the next of kin is known, contact will be made to esta...