Key statistics and data

Ward profiles

Following a Boundary Commission Review, Liverpool now has 64 electoral wards (an increase from the 30 wards we had previously).

A range of information for our new wards is summarised in an interactive report.

Much of the data has been calculated in-house, as published data is not currently available. As published information becomes available, the report will be revised.

What's in the report

The topics covered are:

  • Census 2021 data on population, ethnicity, religion and health
  • Adult social care
  • Children's social care
  • Community safety
  • Community environment
  • Democratic services
  • Education attendance and inclusion
  • Environmental health
  • Health including mortality, births and obesity
  • Housing including council tax bands and social housing
  • Local services including GPs, schools and leisure
  • Planning applications and building control
  • Universal credit and unemployment claims, fuel poverty and indices of deprivation.

The profiles will evolve over time, new data will be added, and they will be routinely refreshed.

Using the ward profiles

A ward can be selected using the dropdown filter, above the map, on the report homepage.  Each topic shows results for the selected ward. Access a topic by clicking on the coloured button on the report homepage. You can navigate through the report by using the arrows at the bottom of the report pages or the page navigation at the bottom of the report.

Help with using the ward profiles

If you're not sure how to use the report, guidance is available (the guidance opens in a new page).

Find your ward

Use our postcode look-up to find out what Ward you live in.

Further information

If you would like more help with using the ward profiles please contact