Havering Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA)

Havering’s JSNA is a strategic overview of about the health and wellbeing of people in Havering and draws attention to areas that need attention. The JSNA is a statutory requirement and is refreshed on an ongoing basis.

Havering Health & Well-Being Strategy

The Health and Wellbeing Strategy sets out how Havering will work together to improve the health and wellbeing of local people and improve the quality of, and access to, local healthcare services.

Havering Community Safety Partnership Strategic Assessment 2015

The Strategic Assessment is a statutory publication, it is a snapshot of the wider tactical assessments for each crime and disorder type.

Havering Community Safety Partnership Plan 2014 – 2017

The Community Safety Partnership Plan is produced by the Community Safety Team on behalf of the Havering Community Safety Partnership. It sets out the plans and actions that the Partnership aspires to as a result of this year’s Strategic Assessment, which is an analysis of the crime and disorder trends in Havering over the last twelve months.

Havering’s Local Economic Assessment (LEA)

LEA’s require local authorities to bring together data, evidence, and the expertise of economic development partners, to develop a sound understanding of the economic activity of the residents and firms located in the local area.

Super Output Areas

Lower Super Output Area (LSOAs) are units of geographic boundary developed by the Office for National Statistics and are aggregations of Output Areas. Output Areas are subdivisions of 2003 wards and each contains approximately 125 households (300 residents). LSOAs are the next largest area up and each contain a minimum population of 1,000 persons and on average (mean) contain a population of 1,500 persons. Medium Super Output Area (MSOAs) are larger areas and each contain a minimum population of 5,000 persons and on average (mean) contain a population of 7,200 persons. There is a total 32,482 LSOAs and a total 7,193 MSOAs in England and Wales. In Havering there are 30 MSOA’s and 149 LSOA’s.