Lancashire's open data provides access to datasets held by the county council. It is a free resource available for anyone to reuse under an Open Government Licence. We will update these datasets when released and expand this section over time. Data from this page can also be found on data.gov.uk.
The number of accidents where someone is killed or serious injured on the roads.
By LSOA (5 Year - rolling)
Road traffic accidents and casualties reported to the police for the last 5 years plus any data from the current year.
By LSOA (5 Years - rolling)
Key to the data:
FTL_ADULT - Number of adults killed in a road traffic collision
FTL_CHILD- Number aged 0-15 killed in in a road traffic collision
SER_ADULT- Number of adults seriously injured in a road traffic collision
SER_CHILD - Number aged 0-15 seriously injured in a road traffic collision
SLT_ADULT - Number of adults slightly injured in a road traffic collision
SLT_CHILD - Number aged 0-15 slightly injured in a road traffic collision
CAS_TOTAL - Total casualites from road traffic collisions
PED_ADULT - Number of adult pedestrians injured in a road traffic collision
PED_CHILD - Number pedestrians aged 0-15 injured in a road traffic collision
CYC_ADULT - Number of adult cyclists killed in a road traffic collision
CYC_CHILD - Number of cyclists aged 0-15 injured in a road traffic collision
NO_INCID - Number of road traffic collisions
Living in Lancashire (citizen survey data) aggregated to District. Includes information such as how citizens perceive
The accompanying PDF file should be used to determine the columns and dates of the data.
(measured in percentages) (GIS Format - Shapefile(zipped))
In Lancashire there was limited information about the extent to which people engaged in health-compromising and health-enabling behaviours. To address this a project was commissioned to look at health behaviours in the county. Alongside a lifestyle questionnaire sent to 55,000+ households, a comprehensive data and evidence review was undertaken to look at the following:
The findings have produced a wealth of intelligence, including the extent to which residents partake in the health behaviours above, and the charateristics of certain demographic groups around these.
This dataset includes the district level findings from lifestyle survey.