In order to support the development of out of hospital and urgent care services at a local level (referred to as ‘place-based care’), a set of Neighbourhood Profiles have been developed. These are intended to help the 12 integrated neighbourhood teams in Manchester (and other people delivering services at a local level) to determine their priorities, agree the outcomes they want to achieve and think through the ‘how, what and where’ of service delivery. To date, two sets of profiles have been produced.
A Local Health profile that is based on the data that is published as part of Public Health England’s Local Health tool, and compares the key features of the population living in each of the 12 neighbourhood areas of Manchester with England as a whole. The data in the Local Health tool was updated in September 2016 and the latest version of the profile draws on that updated dataset.
A Mosaic profile which provides more detailed information about the households who live in different parts of each neighbourhood area. It draws heavily on the insights that can be gained from the Mosaic Public Sector segmentation tool produced by Experian.
Both sets of profiles should be viewed alongside the more detailed data that has been collated within the Compendium of Statistics ("A Picture of Progress") for Manchester and also that which is available through the Council’s Intelligence Hub. Both of these are available on the Manchester City Council website.
The detailed neighbourhood profile information is available on the Profile Reports page.