Baby boys in most deprived areas show greatest increase in life expectancy
16-Apr-2014ONS looks at inequality between the most and least deprived areas
One third of babies born in 2013 are expected to live to 100
11-Dec-2013Population and mortality projections for men and women
Surviving to age 100 infographic
11-Dec-2013The chances of surviving to age 100 in 2013
North East’s rural population growth outstrips urban over last decade
22-Nov-2013Latest census analysis explores rural and urban characteristics
What Does the 2011 Census Tell Us About Older People? Full infographic
06-Sep-2013This infographic looks at older people and how they were living in England and Wales using 2011 Census data.
The number of people age 60 and over getting divorced has risen since the 1990s
06-Aug-2013Trends in divorces and the divorce rate of people age 60 and over in England and Wales
Life Expectancy at Birth and at Age 65 by Local Areas in the United Kingdom, 2006-08 to 2010-12
16-Apr-20142010-12 male and female period life expectancy at birth and at age 65 for the UK and local areas within the four constituent countries.
Estimates of the Very Old (including Centenarians) for the United Kingdom, 2002-2012
21-Mar-2014Annual mid-year population estimates by sex and single of age for people aged 90 to 104 and for the 105 and over age group, 2002-2012 for the United Kingdom.
Historic and Projected Mortality Data from the Period and Cohort Life Tables, 2012-based, UK, 1981-2062
11-Dec-2013Life expectancy (ex), probability of death (qx) and numbers of persons surviving (lx) from the 2012-based National Population Projections reference tables. These tables contain historic and projected figures for 1981 to 2062 on a period and cohort basis from life tables calculated using observed and projected deaths and population estimates and projections.
What does the 2011 Census tell us about the "oldest old" living in England & Wales?
06-Dec-2013This report looks at the characteristics of the “oldest old” – those aged 85 or over on Census Day 2011. It compares them to people aged 65 to 84 in 2011 and to those who were in the 85 and over age group on Census Day 2001. It looks at the similarities and differences between them, for example in their marital status, perceived general health and the amount of unpaid care that they provide.
2011 Census Analysis - Comparing Rural and Urban Areas of England and Wales
22-Nov-2013This report gives insights into the characteristics of urban and rural areas in England and Wales in 2011. The information is derived from the 2011 Census and analyses topics such as population change, age profile, ethnicity, occupation and housing tenure. Comparisons are made with the 2001 Census where possible.
Life expectancy at birth and at age 65 for local areas in England and Wales, 2010-12
24-Oct-2013This bulletin presents male and female period life expectancy at birth and at age 65 for England and Wales and local areas within both countries. Figures are presented for the period 2010-12, alongside those for the periods 2006-08 to 2009-11 for comparison purposes. Information is given about the context, calculation and interpretation of life expectancy figures.
Table 5: Top and bottom 10 ranked local areas by life expectancy at birth and at age 65, 2000-02 to 2010-12 (Excel sheet 107Kb)
16-Apr-2014Top and bottom 10 ranked local areas by life expectancy at birth and at age 65, 2000-02 to 2010-12
Mid-Year Population Estimates of the Very Old (including centenarians), 2002-2012, United Kingdom (Excel sheet 182Kb)
21-Mar-2014Estimates of the Very Old (including centenarians) for the United Kingdom provide annual mid year estimates by sex and single year of age for persons aged 90 to 104 and for the 105 and over age-group for the United Kingdom as a whole. These estimates were previously known as Estimates of the Very Elderly (including centenarians).
Region and Country Profiles - Population and Migration Tables, December 2013 (Excel sheet 592Kb)
19-Dec-2013Provides a source of essential statistics for the regions of England and the constituent countries of the UK (Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland). The tables provide a wide range of demographic, Social and economic statistics.
"Local areas in England and Wales ranked according to male and female life expectancy at birth and at age 65, 2000-02 to 2010-12. (Excel sheet 709Kb)
24-Oct-2013Local authorities in England and Wales ranked according to male and female life expectancy at birth and at age 65 respectively. Data are broken down by sex and available for the periods 2000–02 to 2010–12.
England, Interim Life Tables, 1980-82 to 2010-12 (Excel sheet 899Kb)
24-Oct-2013Period life expectancy by age and sex. Each interim life tables is based on population estimates, births and deaths for a period of three consecutive years.
Life expectancy at birth and at age 65 by local areas in England and Wales, 2010-12 (Excel sheet 2377Kb)
24-Oct-2013Life expectancy at birth and at age 65 for local areas in England and Wales (combined and separately), English regions, counties, unitary and local authorities. Data are broken down by sex and available for the periods 1991-93 to 2010-12.