|dc:description||Characteristics of people and places|
|skos:definition||The Person Circumstance List is a listing of the various conditions connected with or affecting a person. It is often measurable and forms part of statistical data collected about individuals or groups. It replaces the Local Government Audience List (LGAL).|
Use – To help quantify what a council does and identify various demographic groups in order to tailor services to their needs.
This is not normally used as a “front facing” list in other words it quantifies what a council does in “Officer speak” and is therefore not particularly user friendly for citizens to interpret.
|esd:accuracy||Content is based on the collaborative efforts of UK public sector officers and their suppliers. There are no guarantees on accuracy.|
|dc:audience||Public sector officers and their suppliers responsible for service improvement.|
|esd:completeness||Content is based on the collaborative efforts of UK public sector officers and their suppliers. There are no guarantees on completeness.|
|dc:coverage||Developed for the UK public sector, but has wider relevance.|
|esd:intendedLongevity||Indefinite. The list forms part of esd-toolkit's Local Government Business Model started in 2002, funded by esd-toolkit subscriptions.|
|dc:provenance||Created by the local government esd-toolkit to support an evidence based framework for public sector service improvement.|
|dc:rights||This list is licenced under the Open Government Licence and must be attributed to the esd-toolkit programme.|
|esd:timeliness||Updated roughly monthly to align with dimensions of metric types. See the modified date.|