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South West Observatory. “better information, better understanding, better decisions.”. Dr Ray Perrins Research Analyst Ray.Perrins@swo.org.uk 01823 447390 www.swo.org.uk. South West Observatory.

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South West Observatory

“better information, better understanding,

better decisions.”

Dr Ray Perrins

Research Analyst

Ray.Perrins@swo.org.uk

01823 447390

www.swo.org.uk


South West Observatory

A Network of experts sharing resources and working towards a common vision that all policy and decision making in, and about, the region and its parts is based on sound evidence

Mission: to be the automatic first port of call for intelligence about the region and its parts


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South West Observatory

  • Core Unit Team:

  • Managing Director

  • Network Coordinator

  • Information Management Officer

  • Resources Manager

  • Administrator

  • Local Economic Assessment Evidence Coordinator

  • http://www.swo.org.uk/resources/local-economic-assessments/

  • Based in Taunton


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South West Observatory

  • Objectives:

  • Promote the best use of good evidence in policy and decision making in and about the region.

  • Enable a shared understanding of the region and its parts

  • Maintain and develop a well functioning intelligence network across the region that enhances the work of all its members.


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South West Observatory

We aim to achieve this by:

  • Sharing expertise

  • Joint working

  • Improving access to, and understanding of, information

  • Promoting awareness of the intelligence function, the network and its services


South west observatory new web resources
South West ObservatoryNew Web Resources

  • Data Releases: Currently drawn from ONS data. Can subscribe to receive RSS feeds. Add your own releases - contact Andy Dunne at SWO Core Unit for further information and to register as a web user.

    http://www.swo.org.uk/resources/data-releases/

  • Government Office SW (with help from the ONS Regional Team in the South West), have revised the Local Authority Mid-2008 Interactive Population Tool.

    http://www.swo.org.uk/resources/population-estimates/


State of the South West

Population and Migration

Economy

Labour Market

Skills and Learning

Transport and Communication

Housing

Environment and Natural Resources

Public Health

Crime

Social and Welfare

Government and Politics


State of the South West

Issues and Priorities

Key Data

Introduction

Lots of data!


State of the South West

Data

Tables

Graphs

Maps


South West Observatory

Network Projects

Regional State of the Environmentreport:

  • 17 organisations involved

  • Focussed round SW Regional Environment Network environmental priorities

    Culture/Tourism Project:

  • Identified gaps in knowledge. Actions to help ‘plug’ the gaps:

  • ONS Regional presence generated comparable indicative subregional

    counts for seven subdomains of culture.

  • Mosaic/tourism work in N. Somerset. Details circulated around

    network for comment.

  • Existing research for the sector summarised and circulated by

    Culture Module

  • Data available from SW Tourism summarised by SW Tourism.

  • Network to add to this where they know of additional work.


South West Observatory Seminar Series

  • Population5th November, Shire Hall, Gloucestershire

  • Land and Food8th December, Larkbeare, Exeter

  • Energy 26th January 2010, Plymouth Pavilions

  • Skills for the Future 24th February 2010,GOSW, Bristol

    http://www.swo.org.uk/events/seminars-2009-10/


South West Observatory Conference 2010

“Health, wealth and happiness: what makes a prosperous region”

31st March 2010

County Cricket Ground, Taunton

http://www.swo.org.uk/events/conference-2010/


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