Data reports for every UK council
Find detailed reports on the economic and business activities of every council in the UK. Our reports highlight employment trends, business growth, sector dynamics and other key economic indicators of the area.
All these reports are created using Beauhurst data that is accurate as of December 31 2023.
Analysis Report: Economic and Business Activity in West Oxfordshire
West Oxfordshire’s economic landscape shows a dynamic mix of sectors, led by professional, scientific, and technical activities. Notable growth in employment and a diverse range of companies, including several scale-ups, indicate a robust business environment. The data reveals significant participation of female founders and directors, though a majority are still male. The region has not witnessed any IPOs recently, but there’s active participation in other forms of business development, like fundraisings and patent ownership.Read More
Analysis Report: Economic and Business Activity in South Oxfordshire
South Oxfordshire exhibits a diverse economic landscape, with a strong presence in professional, scientific, technical, and information and communication sectors. The area has experienced notable growth in employment and business activities, reflecting a dynamic local economy. However, this growth is contrasted by a significant number of company cessations, indicating a challenging environment for business sustainability.Read More
Analysis Report: Economic and Business Activity in Oxford
Oxford’s economic landscape is marked by a vibrant mix of sectors, with a significant presence in professional, scientific, technical activities, and information and communication sectors. The city’s employment ecosystem is dynamic, evidenced by a considerable number of employees (78,842) and a notable growth in employment (10.58%). The gender diversity in company leadership shows a tilt towards male dominance, both in the realms of founders and directors.Read More
Analysis Report: Economic and Business Activity in Orkney Islands
The Orkney Islands exhibit a diverse economic landscape with strengths in professional, scientific, technical activities, and agriculture. A total of 3236 employees are working across various sectors, indicating a modest but stable economic environment. The rise in employment and the presence of scaleups suggest a dynamic business ecosystem with potential for growth, especially in clean energy generation.Read More
Analysis Report: Economic and Business Activity in Oldham
Oldham presents a diverse economic landscape, characterised by a mix of traditional and emerging sectors. With a total of 64,916 employees, the city has witnessed a notable growth in employment, particularly in sectors like wholesale, retail trade, and professional services. This growth is complemented by the presence of 69 scaleups and a dynamic entrepreneurial environment, as evidenced by the gender diversity in company leadership.Read More
Analysis Report: Economic and Business Activity in Oadby and Wigston
Oadby and Wigston, a local council area, exhibits a diverse economic landscape with significant activities in various sectors. The total number of employees stands at 12,339, highlighting a robust employment scenario. However, specific details on employment growth trends are not provided. The dominant sectors include wholesale/retail trade, real estate, and professional activities, indicating a balanced mix of service-oriented and technical industries.Read More