Census 2011

Every ten years the Office for National Statistics (ONS) carries out a Census to find out more about the people who live in England and Wales, and about the make-up of local neighbourhoods. The most recent Census took place on Sunday 27 March 2011. The Census covers a wide range of topics including:
  • Ethnicity, identity, language and religion
  • Health
  • Housing and accommodation
  • Labour market (unemployment, hours worked and occupation)
  • Population
  • Qualifications
  • Travel to work

A Census Headline Statistics report is available but summaries are also available by themes and geographies.

The Cheshire West and Chester 2011 Census Change Report compares the change from the 2001 to 2011 Census

Census by 'themes'

Census 2011 data is available by theme for all geographies including Borough, Clinical Commissioning Group, locality and ward.

Census by 'geographies'

Census 2011 data is available for all geographies including Borough, Clinical Commissioning Group, locality and ward.

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Census Ward Atlas

​The ward atlas compares the 2011 Census results at ward level across the borough.

Census Tables

​The Office of National Statistics have published around 500 different tables of results for the 2011 Census including: key statistics, quick statistics, local characteristics and detailed characteristics.