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Release: 2011 Census, Origin-destination Statistics on Second Residences and Workplace for Merged Local Authorities and Middle Layer Super Output Areas (MSOAs) in England and Wales

Released: 25 July 2014

Contact

Alexa Bradley

2011 Census

census.customerservices@ons.gsi.gov.uk

Telephone: +44 (0) 1329 444972

Categories: Labour Market, People in Work, Employment, Place of Work

Frequency of release: Decennial

Language: English

Geographical coverage: England and Wales

Geographical breakdown: Super Output Area and Data Zone

Survey name(s): Census

This release provides origin-destination tables on the topics of second residences and workplace. There are six tables on second residences in this release, all at merged local authority level. In addition three tables on workplace are provided at Middle Layer Super Output Area (MSOA) level. All tables are available from the Nomis website.

In this geographic hierarchy, the London boroughs of Westminster and City of London have been merged, and Cornwall UA has been merged with the Isles of Scilly UA. All other London boroughs, unitary authorities and districts in England and unitary authorities in Wales remain unmerged in this hierarchy.

More information about merged local authorities and MSOAs is available from ONS Geography.

This release is supported by the summary analysis Dependent Children Usually Resident in England and Wales with a Parental Second Address.

An interactive analysis and data exploration tool, showing how dependent children who have a parental second address are located across the country, is also available.

This release coincides with the release of Origin-Destination statistics on migration, workplace and students for local authorities in the United Kingdom.

Further origin-destination statistics for England and Wales will be available later in the year, more information on this can be found in the 2011 Census prospectus.

Further information about the census estimates, including details about the methodology used and information about how other population sub-groups are counted and defined, is available in the 2011 Census user guide.

Further information on the fitness for purpose of the statistics in this release can be found in the Quality and Methodology (177.6 Kb Pdf) Information paper.

These National Statistics are produced to high professional standards and released according to the arrangements approved by the UK Statistics Authority.

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