Stainsby Hill ward profile
Stainsby Hill ward is in Stockton South and is home to just over 6,200 people. Experian Mosaic Public Sector (EMPS) tells us it is likely to be predominantly home to families with children who are likely to have limited resources and squeezed budgets who either own their own low-cost home or rent from social landlords. Most preferred method of contact is likely to be SMS or Mobile and residents in this Ward are likely to be regular users of Social Networks. According to the Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) 2019, it is the 7th (out of 26, with 26th being least deprived) most deprived Ward in Stockton-on-Tees Borough.
In terms of Adult Services, the Ward is home to below Stockton-on-Tees Borough, North East and England proportions of households occupied by one family, all aged 65+; proportions of households occupied by single person aged 65+; and, above proportions of residents providing unpaid care. At the same time, the Ward is home to above Borough average proportions of adults receiving adult social care services and new recipients of the same. Additionally, just 1.4% of all recipients of home care provided by Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council live in this Ward.
Arts, culture and leisure
Regarding Arts, Culture and Leisure, the Ward is home to average Stockton-on-Tees Borough proportions of households likely to participate in sport for more than 2 hours per week and the same for households likely to participate in sport for up to 2 hours per week. Households in the Ward are also home to average Borough proportions of those unlikely to exercise. Additionally, the Ward has average Borough proportions of those likely to have read or bought more than ten books in the last 12 months.
Children and young people
The Ward's characteristics in terms of Children and Young People are as follows. Stainsby Hill has above Stockton-on-Tees Borough average uptake of free childcare for 2-year olds; above average amount of vacant 30-hour places for 3 and 4-year olds; proportion of pupils (aged 4-16) who are eligible for free school meals; proportion of children and young people (aged 4-19) recorded with SEN involvement; young people in employment and apprenticeships; and proportions of young people aged 16-18 in government training schemes.
Comparing the Ward with the Borough, the North East and England overall, the proportion of pupils achieving a good level of development at Early Years Foundation stage (EYFS), as at the end of Reception is smaller; the proportion of pupils achieving Expected Standard in combined Reading, Writing and Maths at Key Stage 2 is smaller; pupils' average Attainment 8 score is smaller; pupils' average Progress 8 score is smaller; the proportion of pupils achieving 5+ in English and Maths GCSE is smaller; and, the proportion of pupils achieving 4+ in English and Maths is smaller. At the same time, the Ward has a smaller proportion of young people aged 16 -18 in full time education.
Considering the Ward against the North East and the Borough only, it is home to a larger proportion of young people aged 16-18 not in education, employment or training (NEET) and young people aged 16-18 NEET because unavailable to work. In terms of safeguarding, the Ward is home to 3.5% of the Borough's Children in Need (CiN), 3.3% of the Borough's children subject to a Child Protection Plan (CPP) and 2.7% of the Borough's Children in Our Care (CiOC).
Considering Community Safety, the Ward was the location for 3.5% of Stockton-on-Tees Borough's recorded crimes; 2.7% of domestic abuse crimes; 4.9% of recorded criminal damage and arson offences; 4.1% of recorded theft offences (excl. burglary, vehicle crime or robbery); and, 3.2% of all recorded anti-social behaviour incidents.
In comparison with the Borough, the Ward has a higher rate per 1,000 population for crime recorded, though in comparison with the North East and England the rate is lower. In respect of criminal damage and arson, the rate per 1,000 people is higher than is the case for the Borough, North East and England. In contrast, the rate per 1,000 population for recorded theft offences (exc. burglary, vehicle crime or robbery) was lower than the North East and England but higher than is the case for the Borough. Recorded anti- social behaviour incidents rate per 1,000 population was greater in the Ward than the Borough. At the same time the rate of domestic abuse crime recorded rate per 1,000 was lower in the Ward than the Borough, North East and England. Considering fires, the Ward was the location for 0.01% of all primary and 0.06% of secondary fires in England.
Economic regeneration and transport
In terms of Economic Regeneration and Transport, compared with Stockton-on-Tees Borough, the North East and England overall, the Ward is home to more residents who have elementary occupations; residents who are process, plant and machine operatives; residents who work in sales and customer service occupations; residents who travel to work on foot; residents aged 16-64 claiming Universal Credit; residents aged 18-24 claiming Universal Credit; and, residents with no qualifications.
The Ward has fewer residents aged 16 and above with a degree, HNC or professional qualifications; residents who are economically active self-employed residents; and, travel to work by bus or train. Comparing the Ward with the Borough overall, it is home to the same proportion of households likely to have a net annual income of <£15K; and households likely to be finding it difficult/very difficult to cope on income. The proportion of households likely to be considered internet 'savvy' is the same as for the Borough as is the proportion likely to be uncomfortable using online banking. In comparison with the Borough, the proportion of residents accessing social networking sites more than 5 times per day is the same as for the Borough.
Environment and housing
Regarding Environment and Housing, the Ward is the location for 6.5% of Stockton-on-Tees Borough's fly tipping removals. Compared with the Borough, the Ward is home to greater proportion of households in fuel poverty, while in comparison with the North East and England the proportion is lower. In further comparison with the Borough, North East and England the ward is home to more residents who are social renters; and, a smaller proportion of residents who are private renters. The Ward also has a smaller proportion of house owners than is the case for the Borough, North East and England. Of those households with an Energy Performance Certificate, the highest proportion is within Category D.
The average and median house price for all sold property is smaller than for the Borough, the North East and England. In comparison with the Borough overall, the Ward is home to more households in Council Tax bands A and B. At the same time, it is also home to fewer households in Council Tax bands: C, D and E. There are no households in Council Tax bands F, G and H.
Health and wellbeing
Considering Health and Wellbeing, the Ward is home to both lower male and female life expectancy than is the case for Stockton- on-Tees Borough and England, at the same time, the proportion of people reporting a life limiting long term illness or disability is higher. The proportion of residents with prevalence of severe back pain is higher than is the case for the Borough and England. In terms of childhood obesity rates, proportions are higher at both Reception Year and Year Six than is the case for the Borough and England.
Overall, emergency hospital admission rates are higher than is the case for the Borough (All Causes, COPD, Coronary Heart Disease, Heart Attacks, Strokes, Hip Fracture for those aged 65+ and hospital stays for Self-Harm). Overall incident rates of Cancer (All Cancer, Breast Cancer, Prostate Cancer and Lung Cancer) is higher than is the case for the Borough, while incident rates in relation to Colorectal Cancer is lower. Overall death rates are higher than is the case for the Borough in relation to All Causes (all ages and under 75 years), those deaths considered preventable, cancer, circulatory disease, coronary heart disease, respiratory disease and strokes.
In terms of Strong Communities, broadly speaking, the Ward has a smaller proportion of residents aged 0-19 than is the case across Stockton-on-Tees Borough but more than for the North East and England. The proportion of those aged 16-64 is smaller in comparison with the Borough, the North East and England; and, a greater proportion of residents aged 65+. Also, in comparison with the Borough and England overall, the Ward is home to a smaller proportion of families with dependent children but, more than the North East; a smaller proportion of BME population; and, a greater proportion of residents identifying as Christian.
Over 95% of the Ward population aged 18+ is registered to vote and 31 young people aged 16 and 17 are registered.