Neighbourhood partnership statistical profiles

Look at statistical data about Bristol, split up by neighbourhood partnership areas.

Neighbourhood partnership statistical profiles have been made for each area. They include a range of statistics held by the council. These indicators are subject to change.

If you have comments or queries on the profiles, you'll need to contact the officer for that area. Their details are in the profile documents.

If you have any general comments about the profiles, email: 

Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD)

The Index of Multiple Deprivation is a UK government qualitative study of deprived areas in English local councils.

These two  documents use the 2015 IMD information and show levels of deprivation by ward and neighbourhood partnerships (2016 boundaries).

For more information on Bristol deprivation statistics see our deprivation page.

Neighbourhood partnership interactive tool

The complete neighbourhood partnership data set is available as an interactive tool. (xlsm, 7.9MB) (opens new window)  You'll need Microsoft Excel to use the tool.

You can switch between neighbourhood partnerships or topic areas. You can also copy pages into other documents.

Neighbourhood partnership profiles

Ashley, Easton and Lawrence Hill (pdf, 2MB) (opens new window)

Avonmouth and Lawrence Weston (pdf, 2.1MB) (opens new window)

Bishopston, Cotham and Redland (pdf, 2.1MB) (opens new window)

Central, Clifton and Harbourside (pdf, 2.1MB) (opens new window)

Dundry View (pdf, 2.1MB) (opens new window)

Filwood, Knowle and Windmill Hill (pdf, 2.1MB) (opens new window)

Greater Bedminster (pdf, 2.1MB) (opens new window)

Greater Brislington (pdf, 2.1MB) (opens new window)

Greater Fishponds (pdf, 2.1MB) (opens new window)

Henbury, Brentry and Southmead (pdf, 2.1MB) (opens new window)

Henleaze, Stoke Bishop and Westbury-on-Trym (pdf, 2.1MB) (opens new window)

Horfield and Lockleaze (pdf, 2.1MB) (opens new window)

St George (pdf, 2.1MB) (opens new window)

Stockwood, Hengrove and Whitchurch (pdf, 2.1MB) (opens new window)

Ward profiles

We have data on the 34 new wards within each neighbourhood partnership area on our new wards data profiles page.