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State of Sheffield 2016

An image of the cover of the State of Sheffield 2016 report

The State of Sheffield 2016 was published on Thursday 18th February, with a launch event at Hallam Hall.

This year's report looks back over the five years the report has been commissioned by Sheffield Executive Board to idendify the major trends impacting on life in the city, covering the following ground:

  • Living & Working;
  • Growth & Income;
  • Attainment & Ambition
  • Health & Wellbing;
  • Looking Forwards.

The State of Sheffield 2016 is a must read for anyone with an interest in how our city is performing; we now need to talk as a city about how Sheffield moves forward, and what we can all do to contribute.

To read the report in full, download it below.

The State of Sheffield is an annual report written independently for Sheffield Executive Board by Professor Gordon Dabinett of the University of Sheffield, Andi Walshaw of Sheffield City Council and Sharon Squires of Sheffield First Partnership.  It looks at publicly available data and reports and draws these together to produce a balance assessment of how the city is doing and what challenges and opportunities it faces.

State of Sheffield 2016

Previous State of Sheffield Reports