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User Profile Analysis 
September 2002

 

 

 

 

 

User Profile Analysis

 

Quarter End 30 September 2002

 

 

 

 

 

 

Background Information

 

                                                                  

The Independent Living Funds were set up as a national resource, dedicated to the financial support of disabled people to enable them to choose to live in the community rather than in residential care.

The Funds are constituted as publicly financed discretionary trusts. For both Funds, awards are in the form of regular four-weekly payments to individuals, which are used to buy personal care. Recipients may use care agencies or employ personal assistants, but may not employ relatives who live in the same house.

In the case of the Extension Fund, the aim has been to continue paying awards to people who were clients of the original ILF, which was closed to new applicants at the end of March 1993.  The 93 Fund was set up at that time to accept new applications from people who need more help than their local authority was able to provide.

A combined administration operates for the two Funds, with 131 staff in Nottingham, and 76 self-employed Visiting Social Workers who carry out assessments throughout the UK.

 

 

 

Contents


Introduction 
                                                                                                     4

1 93 Fund Summary 
                                                                                     

2 Extension Fund Summary 
                                                                       7

Facts and Figures at 30 September 2002: 
                                              9

Status of all current clients and outstanding applications 
                 9

Status of applications received since 1 April 2002 
                              
 

Reasons for all award cancellations since 1 April 2002 
                    10

Reasons for disallowance of applications received 
                          10
since 1 April 2002 

Reasons for refusal of applications received 
                                      11
since 1 April 2002 

Profile of current clients: 
                                                                           11

Gender                                                                                                           11

Age                                                                                                                  12

Disability                                                                                                        12

Household                                                                                                    12

Income Support                                                                                           12

Invalid Care Allowance 
                                                                             13

Geographical Distribution of clients 30 June 2002 
                             14              

 

 

 

 

Introduction to the September report

This report provides a profile analysis of our clients, at the quarter ending 30 June 2002.  

A summary of statistics has been provided for each of the two funds.  These summaries detail the

In order to provide a context to the report, during the past quarter the Fundís staff received 26,881 items of incoming post, and 44,524 telephone calls.  In the same period a total of 000000 individual client payments were made.

After reading the report, if you would like further information concerning the Fundís work, please contact our Customer Services team on 0115 9428223 or Email them at: funds@ilf.org.uk. Alternatively our website can be accessed at www.ilf.org.uk. 

     

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 1     93 FUND SUMMARY

 

1.1    By 30 June 2002, there were 8265 clients in payment (or with suspended payments).  This represents an increase of 1024 clients or 14% since 30 June 2001.  Another 808 had outstanding offers and 965 were awaiting decision. (Table 1)

1.2    1643 applications had been received since 1 April 2002, of which 185 were in payment or suspension, and            304 had outstanding offers. 922 applications were awaiting decision. (Table 2)

1.2      1.3     51% of all award cancellations since 1 April 2002 have been because of client death.  Another 23%  were 
          because of admission to residential care. (Table 3)  

     1.    1.4     Of applications since 1 April 2002 rejected before a VSW assessment visit (i.e. 'disallowed'), 71% did not  
           receive higher level DLA (Table 4).  This figure has fallen by 9% since 30 June 2001.  It is possible that this 
           positive trend may be related to the increased work the Fund has undertaken in providing Local Authorities 
           with information and guidance on application criteria.  77% of applications were rejected after a VSW visit 
           as the client subsequently requested to withdraw from the process. (Table 5)

1.5     The average award in payment is £230 per week.  This has increased by £15.00 since 30 June 2001

1.6     Current clients: (Table 6)  

        are evenly divided across gender; 3492 are under 36 years of age.

        29% have severe learning disabilities (16% of those with learning disabilities are known to have Downs Syndrome).  16% have multiple sclerosis and 15% have cerebral palsy.

        41% are living with parents and 28% are living alone.

        82% are in receipt of Income Support and 29% have carers who receive Invalid Care Allowance.

  Compared with 30 June 2001 there has been little variation in these figures.

 

1.7    Distribution of current clients by region:

 

                                                          

                       

  1.8    Current clients by local authority: (Table 7)

All local authorities (excluding Corporation of London) have 93 Fund clients.  The maximum density in any single authority is 74.4 per 100,000 population. The average is 16.5 an increase of 4.5 since 30 June 2001. 

The 20 LAs with the highest densities of clients are as follows.  11 of the 20 are in Wales, 6 in Scotland and 3 in England:

 

 

 

Since 30 June 2001 there have been a number of significant changes within the Top 20.  Most notably, Pembrokeshire has moved from 19th to 6th position with an increase of 17.7 clients per 100,000 of the population.  East Renfrewshire has also moved significantly from 8th to 4th position, an increase of 13.8 clients per 100,000.

Three Local Authorities have joined the Top 20 since 30 June 2001: East Lothian, Coventry and Gwynedd. 

As a result of the increases in these three areas, Rotherham, Flintshire and Shropshire have all fallen out of the Top 20.

Wrexham remains at the Top of the table despite a decrease of 7.2 clients per 100,000 of the population. 

                                              

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2     EXTENSION FUND SUMMARY

 

2.1    By 30 June 2002, there were 7652 Extension Fund clients in payment (or with suspended payments), a decrease of 705 clients since 30 June 2001.  The average award is £184 per week.

2.2    55% of all award cancellations since 1 April 2002 have been because of client death. Another 19% were because of admission to residential care.

2.3    58% of clients are female, 29% are under 36 years of age and 18% are over 65.  There has been little variation in these figures since 30 June 2001.

2.4    90% are in receipt of Income Support an increase of 4% since June 2001

2.5    Distribution of current clients by region:  

         

2.6    Distribution of current clients by local authority:

The maximum density of Extension Fund clients in any single authority is 84.5 per 100,000 population and the average is 15, which remains unchanged compared with 30 June 2001.  The 20 LAs with the highest densities of clients are as follows. All four N. Ireland Boards, nine Scottish, five English and two Welsh authorities make up the 20.  

 

Despite obvious decreases in numbers throughout the regions there has been relatively few changes to the positioning of Local Authorities.  The Eastern Board of Northern Ireland has joined the table since 30 June 2001 with Islington falling from the 20th position.   

 

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   QUARTERLY STATISTICAL ANALYSIS TABLES         

30 SEPTEMBER 2002

 

 

1       Status of all current clients and outstanding applications

STATUS

NO

 

93 FUND

EXT FUND

 

 

 

In payment

7925

6870

Pay suspended

640

563

Outstanding offers

676

0

Awaiting decision

1258

0

 

 

 

 

   

2

Status of applications received since 1 April 2002

 

 

 

STATUS

93 FUND

 

 

In payment

      185

Suspended

          6

Outstanding offers

      304

Awaiting decision

      922

Disallowed (see below)

      129

Refused (see below)

        95

Cancelled (see below)

          2

 

 

Total

     1643

   disallowed  = application rejected before VSW visit

   refused       = application rejected or closed before going into payment

   cancelled    = award cancelled after payment

   

3       Reason for all award cancellations since 1 April 2002

 

4     Reasons for disallowance of applications received since 1 April 2002

 

 

 

 

REASON FOR DISALLOWANCE

93 FUND

 

 

NO.

%

 

 

 

Not on highest rate DLA

101

78.3%

Total cost more than £665

17

13.2%

LA not supporting application

3

2.3%

Prognosis less than 6 months

0

0.0%

Capital over limit

1

0.8%

Age not 16 to 65

3

2.3%

Application withdrawn

4

3.1%

 

 

 

Total

129

 

       

 

5 Reasons for refusal of new applications received since 1 April 2002

 

 

 

REASON FOR REFUSAL

93 FUND

 

 

NO

%

 

 

 

 

 

 

Application withdrawn by client

61 

64.2%

 

Applicant death

11

11.6%

 

Sufficient income

2

2.1%

 

Package over maximum sum

4

4.2%

 

Admission to residential care

4

4.2%

 

Savings above limit

3

3.2%

 

SSD contribution less than £200

2

2.1%

 

Other

8

8.4%

 

 

 

 

 

Total

95

 

       

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6

PROFILE OF CURRENT CLIENTS

 

 

 

6.1 Gender

 

 

 

GENDER

93 FUND

EXT  FUND

 

 

NO

%

NO

%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Male

4210

49%

3261

44%

 

Female

4355

51%

4172

56%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total

8565

 

7433

 

 

 

6.2 Age

AGE

93 FUND 

EXT FUND

 

 

NO

 

%

NO

 

%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 0 - 15

     -

 

    -

 

60

 

1%

 

16 - 25

1716

 

20%

 

308

 

4%

 

26 - 35

1982

 

23%

 

1790

 

24%

 

36 - 45

1849

 

22%

 

1580

 

21%

 

46 - 55

1631

 

19%

 

1318

 

18%

 

56 - 65

1124

 

13%

 

1098

 

15%

 

66+

263

 

3%

 

1279

 

17%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total

8565

 

 

 

7433

 

 

 

 


6.3 Disability (Ext Fund data incomplete)

 

DISABILITY

93 FUND

 

NO

%

Severe learning disability*

2596

 

30.3%

Multiple sclerosis

1301

 

15.2%

Cerebral palsy

1270

 

14.8%

Spinal injury

627

 

7.3%

Brain damage

475

 

5.5%

Cerebro-vascular

404

 

4.7%

Muscular dystrophy

268

 

3.1%

Arthritis

199

 

2.3%

Epilepsy

207

 

2.4%

Spina bifida

96

 

1.1%

Mental illness

121

 

1.4%

Parkinsons disease

78

 

0.9%

Friedreichs ataxia

69

 

0.8%

Huntingdons disease

70

 

0.8%

Motor neurone disease

47

 

0.5%

Dementia

39

 

0.5%

Cancer

39

 

0.5%

Polio

38

 

0.4%

AIDS

31

 

0.4%

Hydrocephalus

28

 

0.3%

Heart disease

21

 

0.2%

Respiratory disease

27

 

0.3%

Physical malformation

21

 

0.2%

Blood disease

10

 

0.1%

Osteoporosis

9

 

0.1%

Skin disease

1

 

0.0%

Other

473

 

5.5%

 

 

 

 

Total

8565

 

 

 

6.4 Household (Ext Fund data not available)

 

HOUSEHOLD

93 FUND

 

 

NO

 

%

With parent(s)

3484

 

41%

Lives alone

2374

 

28%

With spouse

1190

 

14%

With other(s)

1149

 

13%

With adult child(ren)

172

 

2%

Lone parent

196

 

2%

 

 

 

 

 

Total

 

8565

 

 

 

 

6.5 Income Support

 

INCOME SUPPORT

93 FUND

EXT FUND

 

 

NO

%

NO

%

 

 

 

 

 

 

In receipt of IS

7040

82%

6698

90%

Not in receipt of IS

1525

18%

735

10%

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total

 

8565

 

7433

 

   

6.6 Invalid Care Allowance

 

INVALID CARE ALLOWANCE

93 FUND

EXT FUND

 

 

 

NO.

%

NO.

%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carer in receipt of ICA

2475

29%

2207

30%

No carer in receipt of ICA

6090

71%

5226

70%

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total 

8565

 

7433

 

 

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Geographical distribution of clients 30 September 2002

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Extension Fund

 

1993 Fund

SSD

 

per 100,000 pop

 

 

per 100,000 pop

 

2001

2002

2001

2002

 

2001

2002

2001

2002

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

National Average

 

 

15.0

12.7

 

 

 

12.0

14.6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

England

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Barking & Dagenham

6

4

3.8

2.5

 

10

10

6.4

6.4

Barnet

32

29

10.0

9.0

 

51

51

15.9

15.9

Barnsley

37

35

16.2

15.4

 

63

77

27.7

33.9

Bath& NE Somerset

15

13

9.0

7.8

 

9

9

5.4

5.4

Bedfordshire

24

26

6.4

6.9

 

35

41

9.3

10.9

Bexley

16

13

7.3

5.9

 

25

31

11.4

14.1

Birmingham

190

167

18.6

16.4

 

152

174

14.9

17.1

Blackburn with Darwen

11

10

8.1

7.4

 

6

6

4.4

4.4

Blackpool

25

25

17.9

17.9

 

14

15

10.0

10.7

Bolton

52

47

19.5

17.6

 

28

31

10.5

11.6

Bournemouth

2

3

1.2

1.8

 

5

10

3.1

6.2

Bracknell Forest

5

5

4.6

4.6

 

6

7

5.5

6.4

Bradford

77

67

15.7

13.7

 

59

71

12.0

14.5

Brent

42

33

17.7

13.9

 

33

43

13.9

18.1

Brighton and Hove

13

12

5.2

4.8

 

13

11

5.2

4.4

Bristol

75

76

20.0

20.3

 

70

70

18.7

18.7

Bromley

15

13

5.0

4.3

 

21

23

7.0

7.7

Buckinghamshire

29

26

6.1

5.5

 

54

61

11.5

13.0

Bury

20

18

10.9

9.8

 

17

14

9.3

7.6

Calderdale

15

14

7.8

7.2

 

20

38

10.4

19.7

Cambridgeshire

37

34

6.8

6.3

 

38

39

7.3

7.2

Camden

40

37

21.0

19.4

 

28

27

14.7

14.2

Cheshire

27

26

4.0

3.8

 

80

90

12.0

13.4

Cornwall

25

25

5.1

5.1

 

31

40

6.4

8.3

Coventry

59

54

19.4

17.7

 

98

127

32.2

41.7

Croydon

28

21

8.4

6.3

 

15

19

4.5

5.7

Cumbria

61

58

12.4

11.8

 

101

126

20.5

25.6

Darlington

21

21

21.0

21.0

 

10

16

10.0

16.0

Derby

21

17

8.9

7.2

 

48

52

20.4

22.1

Derbyshire

55

52

7.8

7.4

 

170

178

24.2

25.4

Devon

78

73

11.4

10.7

 

63

72

9.2

10.5

Doncaster

67

56

22.8

19.1

 

24

19

8.1

6.4

Dorset

20

17

5.3

4.5

 

24

30

6.4

8.0

Dudley

53

46

16.9

14.7

 

16

23

5.1

7.3

Durham

119

107

24.2

21.7

 

71

74

14.4

15.0

Ealing

33

29

11.1

9.7

 

29

28

9.7

9.4

East Riding Yorkshire

19

19

6.1

6.1

 

14

19

4.5

6.1

East Sussex

29

25

8/td>

5.9

5.1

 

33

35

6.8

7.2

Enfield

38

34

14.4

12.9

 

14

14

5.3

5.3

Essex

114

103

8.8

7.9

 

120

138

9.3

10.7

Gateshead

7

5

3.5

2.5

 

16

18

8.0

9.0

Gloucestershire

47

42

8.4

7.5

 

44

43

7.9

7.7

Greenwich

56

49

26.2

23.0

 

36

46

16.9

21.5

Hackney

27

25

14.0

13.0

 

41

47

21.3

24.4

Halton

13

12

10.4

9.6

 

21

26

16.9

20.9

Hammersmith&Fulham

49

47

31.2

29.9

 

18

18

11.4

11.4

Hampshire

93

87

7.7

7.2

 

113

133

9.4

11.0

Haringey

50

47

23.1

21.7

 

30

30

13.8

13.8

Harrow

14

14

6.6

6.6

 

8

9

3.8

4.2

Hartlepool

17

17

19.1

19.1

 

14

30

15.7

33.7

Havering

19

16

8.2

6.9

 

10

12

4.3

5.2

Herefordshire

18

15

10.7

8.9

 

33

46

19.7

27.5

Hertfordshire

53

49

5.3

4.9

 

70

77

7.0

7.7

Hillingdon

25

25

10.7

10.7

 

13

23

5.6

9.9

Hounslow

21

20

10.2

9.8

 

27

29

13.2

14.2

Isle of Wight

3

3

2.3

2.3

 

12

9

9.2

6.9

Islington

52

45

29.3

25.4

 

17

22

9.6

12.4

Kensington&Chelsea

30

29

19.4

18.8

 

16

17

10.3

11.0

Kent

59

55

4.4

4.1

 

65

84

4.9

6.3

Kingston on Hull

35

32

13.0

11.8

 

13

11

4.8

4.0

Kingston upon Thames

5

5

3.4

3.4

 

12

11

8.3

7.6

Kirklees

33

30

8.4

7.7

 

6

10

1.5

2.5

Knowsley

51

49

33.1

31.8

 

33

32

21.4

20.7

Lambeth

41

33

15.4

12.4

 

34

35

12.8

13.2

Lancashire

99

85

8.6

7.4

 

75

82

6.5

7.1

Leeds

90

83

12.3

11.4

 

34

35

4.6

4.8

Leicester

30

29

10.0

9.6

 

42

52

14.0

17.3

Leicestershire

28

25

4.6

4.1

 

28

34

4.6

5.6

Lewisham

38

34

15.8

14.1

 

25

25

10.4

10.4

Lincolnshire

70

59

11.4

9.6

 

49

56

8.0

9.1

Liverpool

127

118

27.7

25.8

 

216

242

47.2

52.9

Luton

6

5

3.2

2.7

 

11

16

6.0

8.7

Manchester

98

85

22.8

19.8

 

96

110

22.4

25.7

Medway

40

37

16.3

15.1

 

7

9

2.8

3.6

Merton

9

8

5.4

4.8

 

13

17

7.8

10.3

Middlesborough

39

35

27.0

24.3

 

11

24

7.6

16.6

Milton Keynes

17

14

8.2

6.8

 

28

34

13.6

16.5

Newcastle upon Tyne

46

40

15.6

13.6

 

69

65

23.4

22.1

Newham

30

27

14.1

12.7

 

25

27

11.7

12.7

Norfolk

49

38

6.2

4.8

 

20

18

2.5

2.2

NE Lincolnshire

19

20

11.8

12.5

 

5

7

3.1

4.3

North Lincolnshire

64

63

38.5

37.9

 

12

12

7.2

7.2

North Somerset

21

21

11.2

11.2

 

17

24

9.0

12.8

North Tyneside

10

9

5.1

4.6

 

16

23

8.2

11.8

North Yorkshire

14

14

2.2

2.2

 

50

61

8.0

9.7

Northhamptonshire

33

27

5.5

4.5

 

41

48

6.8

8.0

Northumberland

18

17

5.8

5.5

 

19

17

6.1

5.5

Nottingham

58

49

20.4

17.2

 

32

31

11.2

10.9

Nottinghamshire

122

107

16.2

14.2

 

87

99

11.6

13.2

Oldham

20

19

9.0

8.6

 

22

24

10.0

10.9

Oxfordshire

54

47

8.8

7.7

 

58

64

9.5

10.4

Peterborough

9

8

5.8

5.1

 

8

7

5.1

4.5

Plymouth

18

17

7.1

6.7

 

26

27

10.2

10.6

Poole

8

7

5.7

5.0

 

4

6

2.8

4.3

Portsmouth

20

16

10.5

8.4

 

4

7

2.1

3.6

Reading

25

21

19.2

16.1

 

18

18

13.8

13.8

Redbridge

9

10

3.8

4.3

 

23

31

9.9

13.3

Redcar&Cleveland

21

19

14.8

13.4

 

13

15

9.2

10.6

Richmond upon Thames

9

7

4.9

3.8

 

18

19

9.8

10.3

Rochdale

37

34

18.3

16.8

 

17

19

8.4

9.4

Rotherham

35

31

13.6

12.1

 

88

85

34.3

33.2

Rutland

1

1

2.7

2.7

 

3

6

8.3

16.6

Salford

50

46

21.9

20.1

 

26

29

11.4

12.7

Sandwell

47

40

15.9

13.6

 

30

31

10.2

10.5

Sefton

48

42

16.5

14.4

 

83

101

28.6

34.8

Sheffield

74

65

13.9

12.2

 

112

127

21.1

24.0

Shropshire

47

44

16.9

15.8

 

91

90

32.8

32.4

Slough

4

3

4.0

3.0

 

4

4

4.0

4.0

Solihull

18

18

8.7

8.7

 

26

28

12.6

13.6

Somerset

43

40

8.8

8.2

 

39

46

8.0

9.4

South Gloucestershire

29

24

12.8

10.6

 

29

29

12.8

12.8

South Tyneside

15

13

9.6

8.3

 

8

7

5.1

4.4

Southampton

9

9

4.2

4.2

 

16

14

7.6

6.6

Southend

19

18

11.3

10.7

 

12

12

7.1

7.1

Southwark

34

25

15.3

11.2

 

15

12

6.7

5.4

St Helens

37

31

20.5

17.2

 

32

41

17.7

22.7

Staffordshire

33

30

3.1

2.8

 

54

57

5.0

5.3

Stockport

57

51

19.5

17.4

 

14

18

4.7

6.1

Stockton-on-Tees

39

37

22.0

20.9

 

17

21

9.6

11.8

Stoke-on-Trent

17

13

6.8

5.2

 

10

13

4.0

5.2

Suffolk

31

26

4.6

3.8

 

96

102

14.3

15.2

Sunderland

67

63

22.5

21.2

 

13

12

4.3

4.0

Surrey

41

34

3.8

3.2

 

69

81

6.5

7.6

Sutton

8

7

4.5

3.9

 

3

5

1.7

2.8

Swindon(Thamesdown)

10

9

5.5

5.0

 

16

20

8.9

11.1

Tameside

12

10

5.4

4.5

 

40

42

18.1

19.0

Telford&Wrekin

67

62

48.9

45.2

 

51

52

37.2

37.9

Thurrock

8

8

6.0

6.0

 

11

11

8.3

8.3

Torbay

32

30

26.8

25.2

 

5

5

4.2

4.2

Tower Hamlets

16

14

8.8

7.7

 

15

15

8.3

8.3

Trafford

6

6

2.8

2.8

 

22

25

10.2

11.6

Wakefield

61

57

19.1

17.9

 

12

16

3.7

5.0

Walsall

63

55

23.9

20.9

 

24

27

9.1

10.2

Waltham Forest

32

32

14.4

14.4

 

41

57

18.5

25.7

Wandsworth

23

18

8.7

6.8

 

7

8

2.6

3.0

Warrington

17

16

8.9

8.4

 

7

12

3.6

6.3

Warwickshire

38

35

7.6

7.0

 

67

73

13.5

14.7

West Berkshire

5

5

3.5

3.5

 

14

16

9.8

11.2

West Sussex

44

37

6.0

5.0

 

43

50

5.8

6.8

Westminster

24

21

11.3

9.9

 

15

15

7.0

7.0

Wigan

42

34

13.5

10.9

 

46

49

14.8

15.8

Wiltshire

16

16

3.6

3.6

 

39

43

8.9

9.8

Windsor&Maidenhead

2

2

1.4

1.4

 

5

4

3.5

2.8

Wirral

60

53

18.2

16.1

 

28

46

8.5

14.0

Wokingham

6

7

4.1

4.8

 

2

4

1.3

2.7

Wolverhampton

81

74

33.0

30.2

 

28

29

11.4

11.8

Worcestershire

74

70

13.8

13.0

 

58

72

10.8

13.4

York

15

14

8.5

7.9

 

26

28

14.7

15.9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

N Ireland

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eastern H&SS Board

182

165

28.7

26.1

 

113

151

17.8

23.8

Northern H&SS Board

158

143

40.3

36.4

 

48

60

12.2

15.3

Southern H&SS Board

183

163

63.9

56.9

 

63

70

22.0

24.2

Western H&SS Board

230

212

88.8

81.8

 

50

52

19.3

20.0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scotland

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aberdeen

28

24

12.7

10.9

 

17

19

7.7

8.6

Aberdeenshire

44

39

20.9

18.5

 

45

53

21.4

25.2

Angus

7

6

7.5

6.4

 

8

13

8.6

13.9

Argyll& Bute

14

13

13.3

12.3

 

22

33

20.9

31.4

Clackmannanshire

12

12

25.5

25.5

 

19

22

40.4

46.8

Dumfries&Galloway

28

24

19.0

16.3

 

24

26

16.3

17.6

Dundee

24

18

15.8

11.9

 

8

13

5.2

8.6

East Ayrshire

45

42

36.2

33.8

 

18

21

14.5

16.9

East Dumbartonshire

13

12

11.8

10.9

 

13

14

11.8

12.7

East Lothian

17

16

20.4

19.2

 

27

32

32.5

38.5

East Renfrewshire

6

8

10.3

13.7

 

24

31

41.3

53.4

Edinburgh

59

58

14.0

13.7

 

117

130

27.7

30.8

Falkirk

25

24

17.4

16.7

 

16

21

11.1

14.6

Fife

67

60

19.0

17.0

 

47

68

13.3

19.3

Glasgow

466

412

71.1

62.9

 

207

253

31.6

38.6

Highland

18

17

8.6

8.1

 

22

31

10.5

14.8

Inverclyde

22

19

24.4

21.1

 

8

10

8.8

11.1

Midlothian

37

33

46.2

41.2

 

15

18

18.7

22.5

Moray

9

7

10.4

8.1

 

9

9

10.4

10.4

North Ayrshire

28

27

20.0

19.2

 

31

39

22.1

27.8

North Lanarkshire

240

227

79.2

74.9

 

108

124

35.6

40.9

Orkney Islands

5

5

23.8

23.8

 

7

9

33.3

42.8

Perthshire&Kinross

19

14

14.6

10.7

 

24

25

18.4

19.2

Renfrewshire

54

47

30.3

26.4

 

32

48

17.9

26.9

Scottish Borders

17

16

16.5

15.5

 

5

7

4.8

6.7

Shetland Islands

1

1

4.3

4.3

 

5

5

1.7

21.7

South Ayrshire

26

23

22.8

20.1

 

30

34

26.3

29.8

South Lanarkshire

142

129

58.6

53.3

 

85

104

35.1

42.9

Stirling

17

14

20.7

17.0

 

13

14

15.8

17.0

West Dumbartonshire

28

24

33.7

28.9

 

10

14

12.0

16.8

West Lothian

45

40

30.6

27.2

 

23

24

15.6

16.3

Western Isles

12

11

42.8

39.2

 

3

4

10.7

14.2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wales

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Angelsey

14

11

20.8

16.4

 

25

26

37.3

38.8

Blaenau Gwent

11

9

14.2

11.6

 

15

16

19.4

20.7

Bridgend

30

30

22.3

22.3

 

27

33

20.1

24.6

Caerphilly

10

10

5.8

5.8

 

33

31

19.2

18.1

Cardiff

53

47

18.2

16.2

 

116

124

40.0

42.7

Carmarthenshire

27

26

15.7

15.2

 

71

83

41.5

48.5

Ceredigion

14

12

20.0

17.1

 

15

18

21.4

25.7

Conwy

9

10

8.1

9.0

 

47

52

42.3

46.8

Denbighshire

29

28

29.5

28.5

 

37

43

37.7

43.8

Flintshire

37

34

25.8

23.7

 

47

52

32.8

36.3

Gwynedd

15

16