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Census 2011

  1. 1. Census 2011Patrick CoxData AnalystLocal Futures Group
  2. 2. Where in England & Wales will youfind the greatest proportion ofAntarcticans?
  3. 3. AntarcticansLocal Authority area %Hammersmith & Fulham 4.42City of London 3.72Wandsworth 3.54Westminster 3.15Camden 2.85Rotherham 0.04Sunderland 0.04Dudley 0.04Sandwell 0.03Walsall 0.03Source: Census 2011 – the proportion of all usual residents who have an Antarctican passport
  4. 4. Structure1. Key Census 2011 information2. Some interesting Census 2011 findings3. How to access and use Census 2011 inLocal Knowledge
  5. 5. Census 2011• Every 10 years since 1801• Office for National Statistics• Wide-ranging data• England & Wales together – Scotland &Northern Ireland done separately
  6. 6. GeographySpatial level QuantityCountry 3Region 10Sub-region 49Local Authority Area 2009 348Ward 2011 8,570Lower Layer Super Output Area 2011 34,753Census Output Area 2011 181,408
  7. 7. Release schedule – England & WalesRelease date ContentJuly – November 2012 Age; sex; households; second homesDecember 2012 – March2013‘Key Statistics’; ‘Quick Statistics’May – July 2013 ‘Detailed Characteristics’ – population estimates; travel-to-work (June/July 2013)August – October 2013 ‘Local Characteristics’ – e.g. Sex and age by ethnic group
  8. 8. Some Interesting Findings1. Straight from ONS – ‘elementary’occupations2. Local Futures value-added – ethnicityfractionalisation3. Change over time – population growth4. New priorities – second homes
  9. 9. 1. ‘Elementary’ OccupationsLocal Authority area %Corby 14.35Boston 12.38Peterborough 10.79Newham 10.74Isles of Scilly 10.67Westminster 3.90Elmbridge 3.73Richmond upon Thames 3.24Kensington and Chelsea 3.23City of London 2.74Source: Census 2011
  10. 10. 2. Ethnicity Fractionalisation IndexLocal Authority area IndexNewham 0.893Brent 0.887Ealing 0.847Redbridge 0.825Waltham Forest 0.823Copeland 0.054Blaenau Gwent 0.052Staffordshire Moorlands 0.050Allerdale 0.048Redcar & Cleveland 0.047Source: Census 2011
  11. 11. 3. Population Change (1991-2011)Local Authority area %City of London 55.57Tower Hamlets 41.80Newham 36.18Hackney 35.70Westminster 33.43Knowsley -1.08Sefton -1.49Sunderland -1.88Barrow-in-Furness -2.19Redcar & Cleveland -3.68Source: Census 2011; Census 1991
  12. 12. 4. Second HomesLocal Authority area %City of London 18.52Isles of Scilly 12.07Richmondshire 9.87Gwynedd 9.86South Hams 9.23Gateshead 1.33Knowsley 1.25Sandwell 1.24South Tyneside 1.17Sunderland 1.05Source: Census 2011
  13. 13. Local KnowledgeIndicators CountsExamplee.g. Proportion ofresidents with ‘White’ethnicitye.g. Number ofresidents with ‘White’ethnicityQuantity 136 2,223LocationPrefixed with ‘C-’Standard categories/sub-categories‘Census 2011 Counts’categoryCensus-specificthemes
  14. 14. Local KnowledgeIndicators Counts
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  18. 18. Age profileSource: Census 2011
  19. 19. Age profileSource: Ordnance SurveySouth HamsCamdenElmbridge
  20. 20. Age profileSource: Census 2011
  21. 21. Age profile: CamdenSource: Census 2011
  22. 22. Age profile: CamdenSource: Census 2011
  23. 23. Proportion of residents who work 49+hours a weekSource: Census 2011
  24. 24. Number of residents who work 49+ hoursa weekSource: Census 2011
  25. 25. Our Qualifications ScoreSource: Census 2011
  26. 26. Our Qualifications ScoreSource: Census 2011
  27. 27. More on Mapping later…
  28. 28. Feedback session
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