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    2011 Census First Release Data

    Office for National Statistics (ONS)
    This package comprises the first release of 2011 Census data. The data includes a population estimate for males and females by 5-year age bands for each local authority in England and Wales. Also included is a single-year of age estimate for males and females for England and Wales. The data is rounded to the nearest 100. Table H01 - Number of households with at least one usual resident, local authorities Table M01 -Number of non-UK sh...
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    Estimated Number of Londoners with Reduced Mobility

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    Data on the estimated number of Londoners with reduced mobility in 2010, 2018 and 2031 as reported in the London Assembly's Transport Committee report, Accessibility of the transport network, November 2010. Created by the GLA Intelligence Unit and London Assembly Scrutiny Team using GLA Population Projections and TfL data. TfL's Travel in London report which contains details of the proportion of people with travel-related disabilities...
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    Ethnic group by Ward, 2001

    Office for National Statistics (ONS)
    Census Key Statistics Table KS06: Ethnic Group. Total 2001 population broken down by 16 groups. Census day was 29 April 2001. Ward data was extracted using SASPAC.
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    Religion by Ward, 2001

    Office for National Statistics (ONS)
    Census Key Statistics Table KS7: Religion. Total 2001 population broken down by nine groups. Census day was 29 April 2001. Ward data was extracted using SASPAC.
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    Households by Household Type, 2001 Ward

    Office for National Statistics (ONS)
    Census Univariate Table UV68: Household type by ward. Includes data on Couple households, with and without dependent children, Lone Parents, and Single person households. A dependent child is a person in a household aged 0 - 15 (whether or not in a family) or a person aged 16 - 18 who is a full-time student and in a family with parent(s). Census day was 29 April 2001. LSOA data is available on Neighbourhood Statistics. Ward data was...
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    Census 2001 Output Area Classification

    Office for National Statistics (ONS)
    The 2001 Area Classification of output areas is used to group together geographic areas according to key characteristics common to the population in that grouping. These groupings are called clusters, and are derived using 2001 population census data. This is a new classification produced using the same principles but a different statistical methodology from that used to produce the other area classifications. This data package prese...
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    Census 2001 Key Statistics 18: Tenure

    Office for National Statistics (ONS)
    Census Key Statistics Table KS18: Tenure
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    Census 2001 Key Statistics 21: Long Term Illness

    Office for National Statistics (ONS)
    Census Key Statistics Table KS21: Households with limiting long-term illness and dependent children. Note: * A dependent child is a person in a household aged 0 -15 (whether or not in a family) or a person aged 16 - 18 who is a full-time student in a family with parent(s). Cells in this table have been randomly adjusted to avoid the release of confidential data. Census day was 29 April 2001.
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    Census 2001 Key Statistics 02: Age Structure

    Office for National Statistics (ONS)
    Census Key Statistics Table KS02: Age Structure. 'Age' is age at last birthday. Cells in this table have been randomly adjusted to avoid the release of confidential data. All data is © Crown Copyright 2003. Census day was 29 April 2001.
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    Census 2001 Key Statistics 03: Living Arrangements

    Office for National Statistics (ONS)
    Census Key Statistics Table KS03: Living arrangements. The living arrangements variable is different to marital status. It combines information from both marital status and the relationship matrix. Therefore a person living as part of a 'cohabiting couple' could in fact be married (to someone else) but will not appear as married or separated in this classification. A person not living in a couple can be classified married (or re-marri...