The 2011 Census took place in England and Wales on 27 March 2011. The census provides a snapshot of the population of England and Wales, and includes data on households, health, migration, length of stay (year of entry to UK), ethnic groups and national identity, religion, qualifications, employment, transport and visitors. The information is being used across a number of different sectors to support the development of policy, planning and delivery of services.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has published the Census data and key statistics are available on the links below:
- who we are: statistics on age, sex, health, religion and ethnic groups
- how we live: statistics on accommodation tenure, rooms and bedrooms, central heating, transport, marital status, household composition
- what we do: provision of unpaid care, economic activity, qualifications, industry and occupation
Please use the external links section for further information.