Unemployment claimant count data (released 15 December 2020 by the Department of Work and Pensions) shows the number of people claiming unemployment-related benefits in Oxfordshire increased slightly between October 2020 and November 2020, from 16,420 to 16,540 (+1%).
Unemployment claimant count data (released 10 November 2020 by the Department of Work and Pensions) shows the number of people claiming unemployment-related benefits in Oxfordshire fell slightly between September 2020 and October 2020, from 17,305 to 16,740 (-3%).
This bitesize shows peak time data for the period 1st March to 27th July for 2019 vs 2020 from two of the sensors in Oxfordshire County Council’s “Vivacity Lab” (VL) smart detection system which counts road users by type (car, cyclist, pedestrian). This is an early indication of change in travel mode in two areas of Oxfordshire during the lockdown.
This JSNA Bitesize provides an overview of the '10 most deprived wards' in Oxfordshire. These wards include Lower Super Output Areas ranked in the most deprived 20% of areas in England according to the 2019 English Indices of Deprivation.
This version has been updated to include population counts from the Census 2021 survey and (where appropriate) the new Oxford City ward boundaries.