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Local Authority Service Performance

Contextual data

For each topic there is a wealth of data available that can be used to assess the performance of public services and these have been referred to within the “More information” section.

In addition to the topic specific data sources there are also wider data which help to put performance in context of local priorities.

Local Authority Improvement Plans

Local Authorities are required to publish improvement plans each year.

Isle of Anglesey (external link)

Blaenau Gwent (external link)

Bridgend (external link)

Caerphilly (external link)

Cardiff (external link)

Carmarthenshire (external link)

Ceredigion (external link)

Conwy (external link)

Denbighshire (external link)

Flintshire (external link)

Gwynedd (external link)

Merthyr Tydfil (external link)

Monmouthshire (external link)

Neath Port Talbot (external link)

Newport (external link)

Pembrokeshire (external link)

Powys (external link)

Rhondda Cynon Taf (external link)

Swansea (external link)

Torfaen (external link)

The Vale of Glamorgan (external link)

Wrexham (external link)

Further information on Local Authority performance and other related data is available from the Local Government Data Unit Wales (external link).

Regional, National and International Data Sources

For an overview of the latest official statistics for your area you can use the ‘Neighbourhood Statistics’ tool (external link) from the Office for National Statistics. 

In the UK official statistics that have been assessed by the UK Statistics Authority are awarded the quality mark of ‘National Statistic’ to denominate their compliance with the Code of Practice for Official Statistics. All National Statistics in the UK are published through the Publication Hub (external link). 

For official statistics for Europe the official outlet is Eurostat (external link).