Social Exclusion in Rural South Warwickshire

The Rural South Warwickshire Social Exclusion report was produced in February 2017. The report was jointly commissioned by the Localities & Partnerships Service (Warwickshire County Council), Stratford-on-Avon District Council and Warwick District Council with the aim of focusing on rural isolation across the South Warwickshire Districts.

Warwick District Council and Stratford-on-Avon District Council have been reviewing their approach to working with partner agencies towards achieving social inclusion across the rural areas of the two districts.

The report focuses on rural isolation and highlights the Lower Super Output Areas (LSOAs) which may be home to people considered to be the most rurally isolated and also focuses on the key themes and issues which affect these people.

More recently, in July 2017, a further key messages briefing note providing information on key areas was requested by the Stratford Financial Inclusion Partnership. This document supplements the report.

Please note that this report sits alongside the Total Transport Needs Assessment which has been produced as part of the Warwickshire Joint Strategic Needs Assessment process.

Click on the links below to download the key messages briefing and the full report:

Rural South Warwickshire Social Exclusion Key Messages Briefing – July 2017 (PDF, 7,091 MB)

Rural South Warwickshire Social Exclusion Report – February 2017 (PDF, 6,630 MB)

For further information, please contact the Insight service at insight@warwickshire.gov.uk

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