Contains 20 resources
Commuting data from the 2011 Census has been used to determine Travel to Work Areas for the UK to estimate self contained labour markets. This note looks at Nottingham's Travel to Work Area and how it has changed since 2001.
This report looks at people aged 16-64 who are employed in a job based in Nottingham's City Centre. The City Centre is divided up into four different zones and the Retail Core area
This report looks at people aged 16-64 who are employed in a job based in Nottingham City. City wide data is presented and the data is also broken down by key employment sites e.g. the City Centre, Industrial Estates, Hospitals etc. Data is given on the types of jobs undertaken at each site along with demographic details of the people employed in these jobs. There is some data on methods of travelling to work and distances travelled, but the data which allows analysis of commuting patterns has not yet been released
Report looking at qualification levels for a variety of different groups and jobs amongst Nottingham City residents. The City is also compared to national averages and to the 2001 Census.
Report using data from the 2011 Census looking at the questions relating to health, disability and the provision of unpaid care. Specifically it looks at how answers to these questions varied for different groups within Nottingham City i.e. by ethnicity, age, household type etc
This paper is part of a series looking at the Detailed Characteristics data from the 2011 Census. Students form a significant proportion of the CityÂ¿s population and one that has grown considerably since the last Census. As it is not possible to solely identify university students in the Census, the figures quoted are for people aged 16 or over in full time education unless otherwise stated. Where possible, the results of the 2011 Census will be compared to the 2001 Census to look at important changes in Nottingham City.
This paper is part of a series looking at the Detailed Characteristics data from the 2011 Census. This data allows you to look at more than one characteristic of housing in the City to build up a more detailed picture of the CityÂ¿s housing stock and the people who live in it. Where possible, the results of the 2011 Census will be compared to the 2001 Census to look at important changes in Nottingham City.
This paper is part of a series looking at the Detailed Characteristics data from the 2011 Census. This data allows you to look at the characteristics of people in the City split by their ethnic group. Most of the data refers to the ethnic group of individual people, but in some cases where this is not available the ethnicity of the household reference person is used. Where possible, the results of the 2011 Census will be compared to the 2001 Census to look at important changes in Nottingham City.
This report looks, where possible, at how the population of Nottingham has changed between the 2001 Census and the 2011 Census. It includes data on personal characteristics such as age and ethnicity, people's accommodation and living arrangements and their employment status. Factors influencing the changes are also explored. The report is intended to give an overview of the most important changes and to encourage further exploration of the 2011 Census data.
Summary data of people who were not born in the UK who intend to stay in the UK for 3 to 12 months. It shows the number of people by age and country of birth and the economic status of those aged 16 or over.
A breakdown of Nottingham's population by 18 ethnic groups. This will be updated in Spring 2013 to include splits by age group. These figures supercede the experimental ONS figures which were previously available.
This report summarises the key data from the second release of Census data in December 2012. It compares Nottingham to the England average and looks at how the City has changed since the last Census in 2001.
Census Ward population and Household Change 2001 to 2011 - Nottingham City
Census 2011 Population by age Notts OAs to Wards (males)
Census 2011 - Population by age. Published by ONS for Notts Output Areas, Super Output Areas, Middle Super Out Areas to Wards
Census 2011 - Population by age (females). Data published for Notts Output Areas, Lower Super Output Areas, Middle Super Output Areas to Wards
Census 2011 - Population and households - by Output Area, Super Output Area, Middle Super Output Areas and Wards
Output Areas and Super Output Areas were created in 2001 so Census data could be provided for small, comparable areas. In order to keep the areas of comparable size, some changes have been made for the 2011 Census. This note outlines the changes made to small areas in Nottingham City
This word document gives an overview of the first release of the Census 2011 for Nottingham City. This contains information on Population, Age Structure and Households.