Resources - EU Transition Exposure Dashboards

The dashboards have been produced by Grant Thornton and on behalf of the Brexit Transition Support Programme for Welsh Local Authorities. They cover the population and economic characteristics of each area and come with a ‘community vulnerability index’ based on factors such as levels of deprivation, qualifications and percentage of people employed in elementary occupations which are thought to be most at risk. The EU Transition Readiness Toolkit highlights three areas which are likely to have the most significant impact.

It is inevitable that with such a high level picture for whole local authority areas caution must be exercised, as within each area there are likely to be variations as well.

  • Diagnostic Interviews (Local Authorities): Open link here 
  • The impact of the EU transition on trade in Wales: Open the report here

EU Transition Exposure Dashboards (Regional)

  • CARDIFF CAPITAL REGION: Open link here
  • GROWING MID-WALES REGIONAL PARTNERSHIP: Open link here
  • NORTH WALES ECONOMIC AMBITION BOARD: Open link here
  • SWANSEA BAY CITY REGION: Open link here

EU Transition Exposure Dashboards (Local Authorities)

  • BLAENAU GWENT: Open link here
  • BRIDGEND: Open link here 
  • CAERPHILLY: Open link here
  • CARDIFF: Open link here
  • CARMARTHENSHIRE: Open link here
  • CEREDIGION: Open link here
  • CONWY: Open link here
  • DENBIGHSHIRE: Open link here
  • FLINTSHIRE: Open link here
  • GWYNEDD: Open link here
  • ISLE OF ANGLESEY: Open link here
  • MERTHYR TYDFIL: Open link here
  • MONMOUTHSHIRE: Open link here
  • NEATH PORT TALBOT: Open link here
  • NEWPORT: Open link here
  • PEMBOKESHIRE: Open link here
  • POWYS: Open link here
  • RHONDDA CYNON TAF: Open link here
  • SWANSEA: Open link here
  • TORFAEN: Open link here
  • VALE OF GLAMORGAN: Open link here
  • WREXHAM: Open here

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For further information contact: Neville Rookes

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