Equality data 2018
We collect the information below so that we can make informed decisions about our services and policies.
The information is collected through equality monitoring and a variety of consultations throughout the year with our employees and customers. We use the information as evidence within the the Equality Impact Assessment process when any changes are made to our policies or services. This helps to ensure that the council takes due regard to the need to:
- eliminate discrimination, harassment and victimisation and any other conduct that is prohibited by or under the Act
- advance equality of opportunity between people who share a relevant protected characteristic and people who do not share it
- foster good relations between people who share a relevant protected characteristic and those who do not share it
For more information, please visit our Equality Impact Assessments page.
|Information about the population of Chesterfield Borough
|Census 2011 Summary Profile
||The summary profile contains brief information relating to the population, households, housing, health, education, workforce, ethnicity and religion of a geographical area based on Census 2011. The Chesterfield Summary Profile is available here.
|State of the Borough Report
||The State of the Borough Report brings together statistics regarding the population of Chesterfield Borough from a variety of sources including the Census. All of the information is provided at Ward level, there are 19 wards in Chesterfield. Please follow the link to view the State of the Borough Report.
|Equalities Annual Report
||Chesterfield Borough Council produces an Equality and Diversity Report that includes corporate achievements in relation to equality and diversity, and the activities of the Equality and Diversity Forum.
The links below contain information about who is accessing CBC services and how satisfied people are with them.
Please follow the links below for more information about Derbyshire communities:
Derbyshire Community Profile: Area summary
For further information, please contact the Policy Service:
Telephone: 01246 345 247
Textphone: 01246 345 285