Key Tower Hamlets Information
- People are aspirational, independent and have equal access to opportunities
- A borough that our residents are proud of and love to live in
- A dynamic, outcomes-based Council using digital innovation and partnership working to respond to the changing needs of our borough
Tower Hamlets Community Engagement Strategy 2018-21 - has four key outcomes:
- communities lead the way in making Tower Hamlets a great place to live
- communities have the power to influence issues that affect them
- activities to involve communities are focused and purposeful
- Tower Hamlets is digitally active
Tower Hamlets Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA)
The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) is a process through which the council's social care services (Education, Social Care and Wellbeing) work together with public health and NHS services to assess the needs of the Tower Hamlets population and determine priorities for commissioning services. Download the comprehensive summary document.
Tower Hamlets Council Consultation Page - contains links to live and past consultations
Tower Hamlets Population Data
London's Poverty Profile is an interesting and useful site. See their Tower Hamlets pages for key facts about the borough.
NCVO’s Third Sector Foresight (or 3S4) project looked at the factors affecting public policy. It’s been archived now but still contains a lot of useful information
The Office for National Statistics contains a huge amount of information about population trends and particular issues affecting society. Their guidance and methodology page is a good place to start
The Directory of Social Change policy,campaigns and research pages contain a wealth of interesting and useful reading. Follow Jay Kennedy on Twitter for regular policy updates.
VolResource’s Policy, Research and Statistics page provides a typically clear overview and set of links
Third Sector magazine highlights stories and issues relevant to the voluntary sector and also sends out regular free mailings