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The tables below show all Floor Targets following the Spending Review 2004, with the first table showing Floor Targets in the six key outcome areas (housing, health, education, crime, worklessness and liveability) and the second table showing non key outcome Floor Targets. The links on the right of each show data resources relating to each of the Floor Targets. For further information please see the NRU Floor Targets Interactive technical notes.
|Decent Homes||By 2010, bring all social housing into a decent condition with most of this improvement taking place in deprived areas, and for vulnerable households in the private sector, including families with children, increase the proportion who live in homes that are in decent condition.||Show datasets|
|Liveability||Lead the delivery of cleaner, safer and greener public spaces and improvement of the quality of the built environment in deprived areas and across the country, with measurable improvement by 2008.||Show datasets|
|Children's development||Improve children’s communication, social and emotional development so that by 2008 50% of children reach a good level of development at the end of the Foundation Stage and reduce inequalities between the level of development achieved by children in the 20% most disadvantaged areas and the rest of England.||Show datasets|
|Age 11||Raise standards in English and maths so that:
• by 2006, 85% of 11 year olds achieve level 4 or above, with this level of performance sustained to 2008; and
• by 2008, the proportion of schools in which fewer than 65% of pupils achieve level 4 or above is reduced by 40%.
|Age 14||Raise standards in English, maths, ICT and science in secondary education
• by 2007, 85% of 14 year olds achieve level 5 or above in English, maths and ICT (80% in science) nationally, with this level of performance sustained to 2008; and
• by 2008, in all schools, at least 50% of pupils achieve level 5 or above in each of English, Maths and Science.
|Age 16||By 2008, 60% of those aged 16 to achieve the equivalent of 5 GCSEs at grades A* to C; and in all schools at least 20% of pupils to achieve this standard by 2004, rising to 25% by 2006 and 30% by 2008.||Show datasets|
|Mortality rates||Substantially reduce mortality rates by 2010:
• from heart disease and stroke and related diseases by at least 40% in people in under 75, with at least a 40% reduction in the inequalities gap between the fifth of areas with the worst health and deprivation indicators and the population as a whole;
• from cancer by at least 20% in people under 75, with a reduction in the inequalities gap of at least 6% between the fifth of areas with the worst health and deprivation indicators and the population as a whole.
|Health Inequalities||Reduce health inequalities by 10% by 2010 as measured by infant mortality and life expectancy at birth.||Show datasets|
|Health determinants||Tackle the underlying determinants of ill health and health inequalities
• reducing adult smoking rates to 21% or less by 2010, with a reduction in prevalence among routine and manual groups to 26% or less;
• reducing the under-18 conception rate by 50% by 2010 as part of a broader strategy to improve sexual health.
|Crime reduction||Reduce crime by 15%, and further in high crime areas, by 2007-08.||Show datasets|
|Employment||As part of the wider objective of full employment in every region, over
the three years to Spring 2008, and taking account of the economic cycle:
• demonstrate progress on increasing the employment rate;
• increase the employment rates of disadvantaged groups (lone parents, ethnic minorities, people aged 50 and over, those with the lowest qualifications and those living in the local authority wards with the poorest initial labour market position); and
• significantly reduce the difference between the employment rates of the disadvantaged groups and the overall rate.
|Fire Fatalities||By 2010, reduce the number of accidental fire-related deaths in the home by 20% and the number of deliberate fires by 10%.||Show datasets|
|Rural Productivity||Reduce the gap in productivity between the least well performing quartile of rural areas and the English median by 2008, demonstrating progress by 2006, and improve the accessibility of services for people in rural areas.||Show datasets|
|Road Safety||Reduce the number of people killed or seriously injured in Great Britain in road accidents by 40% and the number of children killed or seriously injured by 50%, by 2010 compared with the average for 1994-98, tackling the significantly higher incidence in disadvantaged communities.||Show datasets|
|Enterprise Society||Build an enterprise society in which small firms of all kinds thrive and achieve their potential with more enterprise in disadvantaged communities.||Show datasets|