Release date: 07 May 2003 (Part one), 03 February 2004 (Part two)
The 2001 Census National Report for England and Wales, contains the Standard Tables, and is available in two parts. The printed parts contain the tables with figures for England and Wales as a whole, and are also available in pdf form from the National Statistics website. These, with the results for England, and Wales, and all Government Office Regions, counties, Unitary Authorities and local authorities in England and Wales, are available in electronic form on a single CD.
Part one of the printed report contains:
Standard and Theme tables
fifteen simple tables (known as 'univariate' tables) from the Census Area Statistics.
Part two of the printed report contains:
additional tables covering migration and workplaces
some tables correcting those in part one
some additional tables not included in the Standard Tables set.
The CDs contain the full set of tables contained in both printed reports.
The Standard Tables
The Standard Tables are a set of detailed cross-tabulations providing the base of pre-planned output for England and Wales. The tables are available from national to ward level. The Theme Table subset provides information for a particular population such as dependent children or pensioner households.
Media, availability and cost:
The main Standard Table set for all areas, national to ward level, available for download free from the Nomis website.
Printed reports for part one [price £70 ISBN 0 11 621654 9] and part 2 [£45 ISBN 0 11 621668 9] available from The Stationary Office.
A single CD available on request free from Census Customer Services, with the complete National Report combining the first and second parts, with tables in SuperTABLE format. The CD also contains the Key Statistics for local authorities in England and Wales in SuperTABLE format.
A single DVD available on request free from Census Customer Services, with the complete contents of the National Report together with the Standard Tables for wards in England and Wales combining the first and second parts, with tables in CSV format.
The following information supporting the release of this Census product is available:
errata, errors and corrections identified since the product release
data quality indicators for local authorities
outline versions of the Standard Tables