Improving the condition of people’s homes
Making the move into work easier
Making sure the elderly get the services they need
Posted on 10th February, 2016 by Lincoln Against Poverty
The Lincoln Poverty Profile 2016 will be launched today at the Lincoln Against Poverty Workshop 2016.
The Lincoln Poverty Profile is the first report for Lincoln in this series and aims to analyse the extent of poverty in the city of Lincoln, using data from a wide range of sources. The information presented in this report has been split into a series of key areas, which are closely linked to analysing the level poverty in the city. These key sections include: population and geography; housing; low income and inequality; homelessness; education and unemployment, benefits and welfare reform. The data analysis presented in this report looks at how this data has changed overtime, together with how this compares to the rest of Lincolnshire and England where possible.
To view the Lincoln Poverty Profile 2016, please visit the Lincoln Poverty Profile page.