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Census 2011, 2021 & Beyond

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ONS plans to publish the first outputs from the 2011 Census (population estimates by age and sex for England and Wales and local authorities) in July 2012. Further details on these and the content and timetable for each of the census releases, as well as the availability of the commissioned table service and UK data, will be made available through an online census outputs prospectus that will be launched at the end of March.

ONS is developing new online tools and functionality to deliver an enhanced web site capability for organisations and individuals to access, exploit and explore ONS statistics more effectively. This will assist ONS to extend the reach of the 2011 Census outputs and other business outputs, to a wider audience and meet the open government transparency agenda.
This community will provide an opportunity for members to share views, experiences and good practice about the 2011 Census and dissemination of the outputs, together with the census data analysis that ONS will carry out. ONS is interested in understanding how you use the rich data produced by the census to inform your policy and service delivery and how we can meet your needs in disseminating the data. This will help to realise the benefits.

1.  OA & Ward quinary ages by sex - release 23/11

Does anyone know whether the data will be unrounded and will the 85+ age group be split into 85-89 and 90+?

2.  RE:OA & Ward quinary ages by sex - release 23/11

It would also be extremely useful if we were able to have estimates available in such a way that we are able to calculate estimates of the numbers of children (aged 0-15 years) and working age (aged 16-64 years). Obviously we won't be able to do this from quinary age bands.

3.  RE:OA & Ward quinary ages by sex - release 23/11


The 85+ age group WILL be split into 85-89 and 90+ , which are the same age bands as table P04 produced on the 16th July at LA level but the figures will be un-rounded.

4.  RE:OA & Ward quinary ages by sex - release 23/11

The age bands are the same as previous, so those particular aggregations listed below are not possible from this data.

They will be possible to derive from QS103 when it is released for wards and OAs planned as part of Release 2.2.