About year: 2015

Milton Keynes Population, Household & Labour Market Projections Bulletin 2015/16

The Population, Household & Labour Force Projections Bulletin provides population estimates and population projections for Milton Keynes. It includes population projections for the borough, wards, estates and parishes. It also includes age profiles, housing projections, household types and labour force. Files Milton Keynes Population, Household & Labour Force Projections Bulletin 2015-16 (2 MB)

Qualifications

The Annual Population Survey, published by the ONS, looks at the qualifications held by the working age resident population.   Citation Authoring Entity: Office for National Statistics (ONS) Producer: Milton Keynes Council Files MK Qualifications 2014-2016 (10 kB)

Index of Multiple Deprivation (2015) Lower Super Output Areas

This table provides information about Index of Multiple Deprivation 2015. The Index of Multiple Deprivation 2015 (IMD 2015) is a measure of multiple deprivation at the small area level. The IMD 2015 is based on the idea of distinct dimensions of deprivation which can be recognised and measured separately. These are then combined into a […]

Revenues and Benefits Policies EqIA

There are six policies under consideration. These cover the areas of: Discretionary Housing Payments Policy Housing Benefit Local Scheme (Disregard of War Pensions) Policy Supported Exempt Accommodation Policy Local Welfare Provision Policy Discretionary Council Tax Reduction Fund Policy Non Domestic Rates (NDR) Discretionary Rate Relief Guidelines Whilst these represent discrete areas of work and follow […]

Revenues and Benefits Policies EqIA

The 2014 changes in Revenues and Benefits Policies have been equality impact assessed. The changes build on the Council’s intent, outlined in the original assessments in 2013, to continually review these policies for fairness and the advancement of equality of opportunity. Publisher: Milton Keynes Council Date: February 2015 Files dc0001797-revenues-and-benefits-policies-eqia (24 kB)

Proposed Budget Amendment EqIA

This is an Equality Impact Assessment of the changes to the budget. Under equality legislation, the Council has a legal duty to pay ‘due regard’ to the need to:  eliminate unlawful discrimination, harassment and victimisation;  advance equality of opportunity between different groups; and  foster good relations between different groups. The duty to pay ‘due regard’ […]