Cumbrian Economy Overview
Here you will find a useful key statistics table which shows the latest headline data for Cumbria and the 6 districts.
Labour Market and Unemployment Briefings
Briefings about the Labour Market and Unemployment in Cumbria can be found at the link below:
Gross Value Added Briefing
Gross Value Added (GVA) is an indicator showing the contribution to the economy of each individual producer, industry or sector. In 2013 Cumbria's GVA was £9,674 million. Over the past decade, GVA has grown more slowly than the national average in Cumbria but the county was still the second fastest growing sub region in the north west and the 19th out of 37 nationally. However, growth slowed in the second half of the decade and still lags behind that of the UK. Manufacturing contributed a quarter of Cumbria's GVA in 2013, more than 2.5 times the national average with the next nearest sector, wholesale & retail, contributing 10.6%. GVA per head of population in Cumbria in 2013 was £19,423, compared to £23,755 nationally. For a full briefing on the detailed results for Cumbria, please use the link below.
North West Economic Reports
Here you will find reports arising from a collaboration project between the 5 NW Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs).
Other Useful Resources
Here you will find other economic reports which may be of interest: