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2011 Census

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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.

Latest Discussion Posts

  • Adrian, in response to your post regarding the labelling of Taunton Deane: Whilst Taunton Deane is not on the coast, it is of close proximity to the coast, and much of its land area is of closer proximity to the coast than parts...

  • Just highlights how pointless it is to label a whole district in this way. The landlocked Taunton Deane district has been labelled "Coastal Resorts and Services".

  • Jennifer, in response to your post regarding this release: The purpose behind area classifications is to group together areas which have similar socio-economic characteristics. This is what has been done with the 2011 Area Classification...

  • I have just taken a look at the new classification and I am astonished to find 22 of the 32 Scottish Local authorities classified as "rural" when this includes most of the very urbanised central belt of Scotland. By no stretch of the imagination...

  • ONS has released an updated Area Classification for Local Authorities. This classification uses 2011 Census data to identify clusters (groups) of local authority districts across the UK which have common key characteristics amongst their residents...

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