Search Results: "Census"

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  • 2011 Census Ward Atlas Population Part 1

    24 November 20141340386;MOORE, Greg

    The most densely populated ward in the Borough was Hoole which had 53.8 residents per hectare The population density of Cheshire West and Chester was 3.6 residents per hectare

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  • Economy Profile Grange Ward

    08 May 2014Research, Intelligence and Consultation Team - Cheshire West and Chester Council;MOORE, Greg

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  • Budget Responses to Questions

    29 April 2014Rob Renouf;MOORE, Greg

    A ‘Question Time’ event was held on 29 January 2014, where the Council’s Executive answered questions from an audience comprised of members of the citizens’ panel and from the

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  • 2011 Census Ward Atlas

    17 March 20151340386;MOORE, Greg

    The Census is a national household survey that occurs every ten years on comparing the results of the 2011 Census to the 2001 Census and shows how residents and households in the

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  • 2011 Census Ward Atlas Travel to Work Glossary Map

    26 November 20141340386;MOORE, Greg

    glossary explains terms used in the 2011 Census by the Office for National Statistics (ONS can be found in the 2011: Definitions available at www.ons.gov.uk/ons/guide-method/census/

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  • Economy Profile Lache Ward

    08 May 2014Research, Intelligence and Consultation Team - Cheshire West and Chester Council;MOORE, Greg

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  • Children's Centre Profile - Rural Group 2019

    31 May 2019HAMPSON, Jenny;PICKIN-JONES, Helen

    Source: 2011 Census, Office for National Statistics (ONS) ©Crown Copyright In the 2011 Census 74.9% of children and young people in England aged 0-19 were classed as

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  • Children's Centre Profile - Stanlaw Group 2019

    31 May 2019HAMPSON, Jenny;PICKIN-JONES, Helen

    Source: 2011 Census, Office for National Statistics (ONS) ©Crown Copyright In the 2011 Census 74.9% of children and young people in England aged 0-19 were classed as

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