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Subtopic: Place of Work

Latest Summaries

  • Big developments provide work for London 08-Aug-2013
    In recent years some of London’s big developments have created work for employees in both large enterprises and small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), according to analysis of Inter-Departmental Business Register. The total number of employees in the Canary Wharf area almost quadrupled between 2001 and 2012, from 27,400 to 100,500 while the number of employees in the area of the Westfield centre in West London rose from 8,000 to 15,100 between 2008 and 2012. Both developments boosted employment in SMEs as well as large enterprises.

Latest Publications

  • Small and Large Firms in London, 2001 to 2012 08-Aug-2013
    Presents analysis of nearly one thousand small areas within London showing the number of employees working for businesses with fewer than 250 employees in the UK (small- and medium-sized enterprises, or SMEs) and for businesses with 250 or more employees in the UK (large enterprises). The release includes numbers of SMEs and large firms in these small areas of London. The figures are calculated using data from the Inter-Departmental Business Register (IDBR) for the period 2001 to 2012.
  • Size of Firms in London, 2001 to 2012 19-Jul-2013
    This article presents analysis of numbers of workplaces and employees in London and its 33 local authorities, broken down by enterprise size band and SIC 2007 industry sector, for the period 2001 to 2012. The figures are calculated using data from the Inter-Departmental Business Register (IDBR). Although workplaces and employees are counted at local level, the methodology uses enterprise size bands that are based on numbers of employees working for the enterprise in the UK as a whole. Thus it is possible answer questions like ‘How many employees work for large retailers in Tower Hamlets?’ and ‘How has this changed over the past decade?’
  • Industrial Specialisation in Local Areas 08-Nov-2012
    This article examines regional and local industrial specialisations in Great Britain through use of employee jobs data. A number of measures of industrial specialisation have been calculated to provide a means of measuring the similarity, or otherwise, of industrial structures between areas. In addition, location quotients have been calculated. These allow for a more in depth analysis of local specialisations.
  • Subregional analysis of public and private sector employment 18-Nov-2011
    An overview of data available from ONS that can be used to examine the subregional distribution of public sector and private sector employment

Latest Data

  • 2011 Census: Origin-Destination statistics for local authorities in the United Kingdom - links to tables on Nomis (Excel sheet 25Kb) 25-Jul-2014
    The Origin-Destination statistics included in this release are available to download from the Nomis website. This link file contains direct links to a page on the Nomis website for each table. Additional information is included that describes the geography level provided in each table.
  • 2011 Census: Origin-Destination statistics for merged local authorities and middle layer super output areas (MSOAs) in England and Wales - links to tables on Nomis (Excel sheet 25Kb) 25-Jul-2014
    The Origin-Destination statistics included in this release are available to download from the Nomis website. This link file contains direct links to a page on the Nomis website for each table. Additional information is included that describes the geography level provided in each table.
  • Location of Place of Work by Age and Sex (Excel sheet 102Kb) 31-Mar-2014
    2011 Census estimates classifying the usual resident population by location of place of work , by age and by sex, for European NUTS 2 areas of the UK. This table represents part of the data submitted to Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union as a fulfilment of the UK's requirement to provide census estimates. A more detailed version of this table, and further 2011 Census estimates for the UK and all other EU member states are available from the EU’s Census Hub.
  • Location of Place of Work by Occupation and Industry (Excel sheet 200Kb) 31-Mar-2014
    2011 Census estimates classifying the usual resident population by location of place of work, by occupation and by industry, for European NUTS 2 areas of the UK. This table represents part of the data submitted to Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union as a fulfilment of the UK's requirement to provide census estimates. A more detailed version of this table, and further 2011 Census estimates for the UK and all other EU member states are available from the EU’s Census Hub.
  • Location of Place of Work by Place of Birth (Excel sheet 75Kb) 31-Mar-2014
    2011 Census estimates classifying the usual resident population by location of place of work and by place of birth, for European NUTS 2 areas of the UK. This table represents part of the data submitted to Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union as a fulfilment of the UK's requirement to provide census estimates. A more detailed version of this table, and further 2011 Census estimates for the UK and all other EU member states are available from the EU’s Census Hub.
  • Location of Place of Work by Status in Employment (Excel sheet 72Kb) 31-Mar-2014
    2011 Census estimates classifying the usual resident population by location of place of work and by status in employment, for European NUTS 2 areas of the UK. This table represents part of the data submitted to Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union as a fulfilment of the UK's requirement to provide census estimates. A more detailed version of this table, and further 2011 Census estimates for the UK and all other EU member states are available from the EU’s Census Hub.
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