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  • Model-based regional gross value added (GVA) revisions triangle

    Set ddata | Released on 7 June 2022

    Model-based regional gross value added (GVA) estimates based on running the model that transitioned from the Economic Statistics Centre of Excellence (ESCoE) to the Office for National Statistics (ONS) in "real time" from Quarter 2 (Apr to June) 2019.
  • Model-based early estimates of regional gross value in the regions of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland

    Set ddata | Released on 7 June 2022

    Experimental model-based estimates of quarterly regional gross value output for the nine English regions (North East, North West, Yorkshire and The Humber, East Midlands, West Midlands, East of England, London, South East, and South West), Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland.
  • Regional gross value added (balanced) by industry: city and enterprise regions

    Set ddata | Released on 30 May 2022

    Annual estimates of balanced UK regional gross value added (GVA(B)). Current price estimates, chained volume measures and implied deflators for combined authorities, city regions, local enterprise partnerships and other economic and enterprise regions, with a detailed industry breakdown.

    Allweddeiriau: GVA, UK cities, productivity, NUTS, local authority

  • Regional gross value added (balanced) by industry: all ITL regions

    Set ddata | Released on 30 May 2022

    Annual estimates of balanced UK regional gross value added (GVA(B)). Current price estimates, chained volume measures and implied deflators for UK countries, ITL1, ITL2 and ITL3 regions, with a detailed industry breakdown.

    Allweddeiriau: productivity, UK cities, NUTS, GVA, local authority

  • Revisions triangles: regional gross value added (balanced) in chained volume measures

    Set ddata | Released on 30 May 2022

    Revisions to annual levels and growth rates by UK ITL1, ITL2 and ITL3 regions for gross value added (GVA) in chained volume measures.

    Allweddeiriau: productivity, UK cities, NUTS, GVA, local authority

  • Regional gross value added (balanced) quality metrics

    Set ddata | Released on 30 May 2022

    Quality measures for the regional gross value added (GVA) income approach and production approach estimates. Used for deriving annual balanced regional GVA estimates (GVA(B)) for the UK.

    Allweddeiriau: productivity, UK cities, NUTS, GVA, local authority

  • Revisions triangles: regional gross value added (balanced) in current basic prices

    Set ddata | Released on 30 May 2022

    Revisions to annual levels and growth rates by UK ITL1, ITL2 and ITL3 regions for gross value added (GVA) in current basic prices.

    Allweddeiriau: productivity, UK cities, NUTS, GVA, local authority

  • Regional gross value added (balanced) per head and income components

    Set ddata | Released on 30 May 2022

    Annual estimates of balanced UK regional gross value added (GVA(B)). Current price estimates, GVA per head and annual growth for UK countries, ITL1, ITL2 and ITL3 areas, with a broad industry breakdown and income components.

    Allweddeiriau: productivity, UK cities, NUTS, GVA, local authority

  • UK GVA and productivity estimates for other geographies

    Set ddata | Released on 13 December 2021

    Estimated GVA for other user-specified geographies, for the period 1998 to 2019. Productivity estimates for TTWAs and towns and cities for the period 2009 to 2019.

    Allweddeiriau: gross value added, lower-level geography, bespoke geographies, travel to work areas, towns and cities

  • UK small area GVA estimates

    Set ddata | Released on 13 December 2021

    The breaking down of GVA to lower-level geographies to represent a significant improvement in granularity allowing construction to more detailed geographic areas 1998 to 2019.

    Allweddeiriau: gross value added, lower-level geography, bespoke geographies, productivity, super output areas