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Gross Disposable Household Income (GDHI)

Gross Disposable Household Income (GDHI) is the amount of money an individual person has left for saving or spending after expenditure associated with income (such as taxes and social...

NI 044e - Ethnic composition of offenders on Youth Justice System disposals -Chinese/other

This measures percentage point differences in the proportions of each Black Minority and Ethnic (BME) group of young people on youth justice disposals against the proportions of each BME group in...

Household Disposable Income and Inequality

This article provides an initial insight into key measures of household income and inequality, along with analysis of how these measures have changed over time. Source agency: Office for...

Estimated re-use, recycling and disposal of hard construction and demoltion and excavation waste by region

Estimated re-use, recycling and disposal of hard construction and demoltion and excavation waste by region

Waste disposal site records

Records of some 3500 waste sites in England and Wales identified by BGS as part of a survey carried out on behalf of the Department of the Environment in 1973. Information is included on the extent...

The effect of VAT on household disposable income

This article examines the effect of VAT on average disposable income for both low income and high income households. Source agency: Office for National Statistics Designation: National...

Permitted Waste Sites - Animal Disposal Site Boundaries (AfA076)

Environment & Business - Regulated Industry. Permitted Waste Sites – Animal Disposal Site Boundaries dataset contains the location of authorised landfill sites in England & Wales that...

NI 044d - Ethnic composition of offenders on Youth Justice System disposals - Asian or asian british

This measures percentage point differences in the proportions of each Black Minority and Ethnic (BME) group of young people on youth justice disposals against the proportions of each BME group in...

NI 019 - Rate of proven re-offending by young offenders

Young people are those aged 10-17. The young offenders cohort is established during the period January to March and includes all those receiving a pre-court disposal (reprimand or final warning)...

NI 043 - Young people within the Youth Justice System receiving a conviction in court who are sentenced to custody.

Young people are those aged 10-17. The young offenders cohort is established during the period January to March and includes all those receiving a pre-court disposal (reprimand or final warning)...

Waste food disposal options review

Review of options for disposal of food contaminated with biological threat list agents

Index to Waste Disposal Site Records

Oracle index to records of some 3500 waste sites in England and Wales identified by BGS as part of a survey carried out on behalf of the Departement of the Environment in 1973. The index has been...

Youth Justice Board caseload statistics

The Youth Justice Annual Workload Data covers the workload of Youth Offending Teams (YOTs) in England and Wales and contains information on: proven offences which have resulted in a disposal;...

NI 043 - Young people within the Youth Justice System receiving a conviction in court who are sentenced to custody.

Young people are those aged 10-17. The young offenders cohort is established during the period January to March and includes all those receiving a pre-court disposal (reprimand or final warning)...

Register of Surplus Land

The Register provides information on the availability of surplus land for those government departments and their sponsored bodies which fall under the responsibility of English Ministers. The...

NI 019 - Rate of proven re-offending by young offenders

Young people are those aged 10-17. The young offenders cohort is established during the period January to March and includes all those receiving a pre-court disposal (reprimand or final warning)...

DOE Marine Division Marine dredge disposal sites (Metadata)

OSPAR required monitoring at marine dredge disposal sites.

NI 043 - Young people within the Youth Justice System receiving a conviction in court who are sentenced to custody.

Young people are those aged 10-17. The young offenders cohort is established during the period January to March and includes all those receiving a pre-court disposal (reprimand or final warning)...

NI 046 - Young offenders access to suitable accommodation

This indicator measures the proportion of known young offenders who have access to suitable accommodation Young offenders are defined as all those aged 10-17 on youth justice disposals.

EU Waste Statistics Regulation (EC 2150/2002) 2004-06

EU Waste Statistics Regulation (EC 2150/2002), including disposal, incineration, management summary, recycling, generation by sector and generation by waste type