Nottingham Insight

District profile - Nottingham City

This district profile was generated on 23/11/2017. District profile data was last updated September 2017.

District profile - Nottingham City

District boundary

Population

Total population: population pyramid

Population pyramid

Source: ONS Mid-year estimates (2016)

Table: Total Population (2016 MYE)

Source: ONS Mid-year estimates (2016)

Table: Total Population (2016 MYE)

Source: ONS Mid-year estimates (2016)

Total population: percentage by broad age band

Source: ONS Mid-year estimates (2016)

Table: Census 2011 Religion

Source: Census (2011)

Chart: Census 2011 religion

Source: Census (2011)

Deprivation

The Indices of Deprivation measure relative levels of deprivation in 32,844 small areas or neighbourhoods, called Lower Super Output Areas, in England. Each area is given a score and a rank for seven distinct types ('domains') of deprivation which are then combined to calculate the overall Index of Multiple Deprivation. The Indices are used to analyse patterns of deprivation for small areas across the Country.

Map: IMD LSOA by district

Source: English indices of deprivation (2015)

Table: Children in out of work families (DWP)

Source: Department for work and pensions (2015)

Crime and safety

Table: Recorded crimes

Source: Nottinghamshire Police

Table: Road Traffic Collisions (RTCs)

Source: Nottinghamshire Police

Chart: Annual population survey: occupation

Source: ONS annual population survey

Table: Earnings (ONS annual survey)

The table below shows the weekly pay for part time and full time employee jobs by place of work and place of residence. The Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings (ASHE) is conducted in April each year to obtain information about the levels, distribution and make-up of earnings and hours worked for employees and is based on a sample of employee jobs.

Source: ONS annual population survey

Table: Census Workplace population

Understanding how the daytime working population differs from the resident population is important to help determine migration patterns in an area and the variances between the different populations.

Source: Census (2011)

Table: Annual population survey qualifications

Source: ONS annual population survey

Chart: Annual population survey qualifications

Source: ONS annual population survey

Table: Key Stage 4

Source: Department for Education 2016

Health and Social Care

Table: Census 2011 Limiting long term illness

Source: Census (2011)

Table: Childhood obesity

The National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP) measures the height and weight of around one million school children in England every year, providing a detailed picture of the prevalence of child obesity.

Source: Public Health England – National Childhood Measurement Programme (NCMP) Obesity data and tools

Table: Life expectancy (PHE frameworks)

Source: Public Health England – Fingertips

Housing

Table: Census 2011 Households by tenure

% of all households

Source: Census (2011)

Transport

Chart: Census 2011 access to vehicle

Source: Census (2011)

Table: Travel time threshold

Source: Local data (Nottinghamshire County Council)