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Census suggests 1.1 million households in England and Wales were overcrowded
Occupancy ratings by household type in England and Wales, 2011 Census analysis. An occupancy rating shows whether a household is overcrowded or under-occupied. The analysis revealed that out of 23.4 million households, 1.1 million (4.5%) were overcrowded and that overcrowding was most likely to occur in socially rented (8.7%) and privately rented households (8.6%), compared to owner occupied (2.3%). However, most households (16.1 million) were under-occupied and 6.2 million had bedrooms at par with the standard. Owner occupied households were most likely to be under-occupied (82.7%), compared with privately rented (49.5%) and socially rented households (39.4%).
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
17 Apr 14 Summary
Overcrowding & under-occupation in England and Wales 2011, infographic
An infographic showing the household occupancy rating overview for England and Wales in 2011.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
17 Apr 14 Summary
2011 Census Analysis - Overcrowding and Under-occupation in England and Wales
Occupancy ratings by household type in England and Wales, 2011 Census analysis.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
17 Apr 14 Release
Overcrowding and Under-occupation in England and Wales
Occupancy ratings by household type in England and Wales, 2011 Census analysis. An occupancy rating shows whether a household is overcrowded or under-occupied. The analysis revealed that out of 23.4 million households, 1.1 million (4.5%) were overcrowded and that overcrowding was most likely to occur in socially rented (8.7%) and privately rented households (8.6%), compared to owner occupied (2.3%). However, most households (16.1 million) were under-occupied and 6.2 million had bedrooms at par with the standard. Owner occupied households were most likely to be under-occupied (82.7%), compared with privately rented (49.5%) and socially rented households (39.4%).
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
17 Apr 14 Report
2011 Census - European Commission Census Regulation Statistics
2011 Census data for the UK submitted to Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union as a fulfullment 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.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: European (NUTS)
31 Mar 14 Release
Working and workless households - 4th Quarter 2004 to 2013
Households and the adults and children living in them, by household economic activity status.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Region
24 Mar 14 Release
Expenditure on Household Fuels - 2002-2012
Analysis of how household expenditure on gas and electricity has changed over time and for different types of households.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK
03 Mar 14 Release
Full Report: Household Energy Spending in the UK, 2002-2012
This short report covers 7 key facts about household energy spending in the UK between 2002 and 2012. It covers the overall average spend on household energy as well as the average spend for the richest and poorest fifths of households. The report also includes comparisons of energy spending for retired and non-retired households and for households in different parts of the UK.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK
03 Mar 14 Report
5 facts about household energy spending in the UK, 2002-2012
ONS looks at variation in gas and electricity spend over time
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK
03 Mar 14 Summary
2011 Census Analysis - What does the 2011 Census tell us about concealed families living in multi-family households in England and Wales?
2011 Census statistics provide a rich source of information about the number, distribution and characteristics of the population in England and Wales. 2011 Census Analysis products present specific analyses on a variety of topics, including ethnicity, families, health, labour market, language, migration, and national identity, and religion. In particular, many of the analyses focus on geographical variations, changes over time, and how the census differs to other data sources.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Country, Local Authority, Region
06 Feb 14 Release
Infographic on concealed families
This infographic tells us about concealed families living in multi-family households in England and Wales using 2011 Census data.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Country, Local Authority, Region
06 Feb 14 Summary
What does the 2011 Census tell us about concealed families living in multi-family households in England and Wales?
This analysis presents a summary of concealed families in England and Wales using 2011 Census data. A concealed family is one living in a multi-family household in addition to the primary family, such as a young couple living with parents. Each family is assigned a Family Reference Person (FRP). Where there is more than one FRP in the household, the Household Reference Person (HRP) is chosen from the FRPs based on economic activity and then age, and finally order on the census form. The HRP is normally therefore the oldest full-time worker in most households and identifies the primary family in the household. Analyses of concealed family types and change over time are reported at the national, regional and local levels.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Country, Local Authority, Region
06 Feb 14 Report
289,000 concealed families in England and Wales in 2011
Latest Census analysis shows 70% increase in concealed families
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Country, Local Authority, Region
06 Feb 14 Summary
2011 Census - Local Characteristics on Demography and Families for Output Areas in England and Wales
Local Characteristics tables focusing on families and demography - these cross tabulations of two or more topics from the 2011 Census provide the greatest level of detail possible for local areas.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Output Area
23 Jan 14 Release
2011 Census - Local Characteristics on Housing for Output Areas in England and Wales
Local Characteristics tables focusing on housing - these cross tabulations of two or more topics from the 2011 Census provide the greatest level of detail possible for local areas.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Output Area
23 Jan 14 Release
2011 Census - Teaching file
This new census product provides a small sample of non-disclosive microdata as an educational tool to assist with the teaching of statistics and social sciences.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Region
23 Jan 14 Release
2011 Census: Local Characteristics on Families and Demography for Output Areas in England and Wales - links to tables on Nomis (Excel sheet 37Kb)
The Local Characteristics tables 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.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Output Area
23 Jan 14 Reference table
2011 Census: Local Characteristics on Housing for Output Areas in England and Wales - links to tables on Nomis (Excel sheet 52Kb)
The Local Characteristics tables 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.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Output Area
23 Jan 14 Reference table
2011 Census teaching file (ZIP 6834Kb)
This census product provides a small sample of non-disclosive microdata as an educational tool to assist with the teaching of statistics and social sciences. The information in the Teaching File has been protected against the identification of individuals using only a sample, reducing detail through the use of broad categories and deliberately mixing and swapping details for any unusual records.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Region
23 Jan 14 Reference table
2011 Census - Key Statistics and Quick Statistics for local authorities in the United Kingdom - Part 3
This release provides the third set of 2011 Census Key and Quick Statistics tables for each local authority district in the United Kingdom.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
23 Jan 14 Release
2011 Census: QS114UK Household composition (alternative child and adult definitions) - People, local authorities in the United Kingdom (Excel sheet 258Kb)
This table provides 2011 Census estimates that classify usual residents living in households by household composition (using the age of the household members, with no account of the relationships between them), for the UK, constituent countries and, within England, regions, counties, London boroughs, metropolitan districts, unitary authorities and non-metropolitan districts, unitary authorities within Wales, council areas within Scotland, and local government districts within Northern Ireland. The estimates are as at census day, 27 March 2011. The household composition classification used in this table uses the alternate definitions of an adult (any person over the age of 16) and child (any person under the age of 16).
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
23 Jan 14 Reference table
2011 Census: QS115UK Household composition (alternative child and adult definitions) - Households, local authorities in the United Kingdom (Excel sheet 269Kb)
This table provides 2011 Census estimates that classify households by household composition (using the age of the household members, with no account of the relationships between them), for the UK, constituent countries and, within England, regions, counties, London boroughs, metropolitan districts, unitary authorities and non-metropolitan districts, unitary authorities within Wales, council areas within Scotland, and local government districts within Northern Ireland. The estimates are as at census day, 27 March 2011. The household composition classification used in this table uses the alternate definitions of an adult (any person over the age of 16) and child (any person under the age of 16).
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
23 Jan 14 Reference table
2011 Census: QS117UK People aged 18 to 64 living in a one adult household, local authorities in the United Kingdom (Excel sheet 202Kb)
This table provides 2011 Census estimates that classify the usual resident population aged 18 to 64 by whether or not they live in a single adult household, for the UK, constituent countries and, within England, regions, counties, London boroughs, metropolitan districts, unitary authorities and non-metropolitan districts, unitary authorities within Wales, council areas within Scotland, and local government districts within Northern Ireland. The estimates are as at census day, 27 March 2011.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
23 Jan 14 Reference table
2011 Census: KS105UK Household composition, local authorities in the United Kingdom (Excel sheet 299Kb)
This table provides 2011 Census estimates that classify households by the relationships between the household members (household composition), for the UK, constituent countries and, within England, regions, counties, London boroughs, metropolitan districts, unitary authorities and non-metropolitan districts, unitary authorities within Wales, council areas within Scotland, and local government districts within Northern Ireland. The estimates are as at census day, 27 March 2011.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
23 Jan 14 Reference table
2011 Census: QS111UK Household lifestage, local authorities in the United Kingdom (Excel sheet 305Kb)
This table provides 2011 Census estimates that classify households by the household lifestage of the Household Reference Person, for the UK, constituent countries and, within England, regions, counties, London boroughs, metropolitan districts, unitary authorities and non-metropolitan districts, unitary authorities within Wales, council areas within Scotland, and local government districts within Northern Ireland. The estimates are as at census day, 27 March 2011. Household lifestage classifies households according to the age of the Household Reference Person , whether they are in a one or two person household, and for two person households, the presence of dependent children in the household.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
23 Jan 14 Reference table
2011 Census: QS112UK Household composition - People, local authorities in the United Kingdom (Excel sheet 379Kb)
This table provides 2011 Census estimates that classify usual residents living in households by the relationships between the household members (household composition), for the UK, constituent countries and, within England, regions, counties, London boroughs, metropolitan districts, unitary authorities and non-metropolitan districts, unitary authorities within Wales, council areas within Scotland, and local government districts within Northern Ireland. The estimates are as at census day, 27 March 2011.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
23 Jan 14 Reference table
2011 Census: QS113UK Household composition - Households, local authorities in the United Kingdom (Excel sheet 379Kb)
This table provides 2011 Census estimates that classify households by the relationships between the household members (household composition), for the UK, constituent countries and, within England, regions, counties, London boroughs, metropolitan districts, unitary authorities and non-metropolitan districts, unitary authorities within Wales, council areas within Scotland, and local government districts within Northern Ireland. The estimates are as at census day, 27 March 2011.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
23 Jan 14 Reference table
Young adults living with parents - 2013
In 2013, over 3.3 million adults in the UK aged between 20 and 34 were living with a parent or parents. That is 26% of this age group. This report analyses the characteristics of those living with their parents in this age group.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Country, Region
21 Jan 14 Release
Large increase in 20 to 34-year-olds living with parents since 1996
The biggest percentage increase since the economic downturn has been among 20 to 24-year-olds
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Region
21 Jan 14 Summary
Young adults living with parents in the UK, 2013 - infographic
Infographic showing young adults living with parents in the UK, 2013
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Country, Region
21 Jan 14 Summary
Young adults living with parents, 2013 (Excel sheet 72Kb)
Estimates of young adults aged 20-34 living with parents by age, sex and UK country / English region between 1996 and 2013
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Country, Region
21 Jan 14 Reference table
Accommodation Type by Ethnic Group by General Health, 2011 (Excel sheet 44Kb)
This table classifies the usual resident population of England and Wales as at census day 2011, by ethnic group, accommodation type and self-reported health
Coverage: England and Wales
21 Jan 14 Reference table
2011 Census: Detailed Characteristics on Qualifications for 2011 Census Merged Wards and Middle Layer Super Output Areas in England and Wales - links to tables on Nomis (Excel sheet 43Kb)
The Detailed Characteristics tables 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.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Ward and Electoral District
19 Dec 13 Reference table
List of Tables: Appendix A
Part of Family Spending 2013 edition, a National Statistics publication.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Region
11 Dec 13 Article
Chapter 2: Housing Expenditure
Part of Family Spending 2013 edition, a National Statistics publication.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Region
11 Dec 13 Report
Chapter 3: Equivalised Income
Part of Family Spending 2013 edition, a National Statistics publication.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Region
11 Dec 13 Report
About this edition of Family Spending
Part of Family Spending 2013 edition, a National Statistics publication.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Region
11 Dec 13 Report
Chapter 4: Trends in Household Expenditure Over Time
Part of Family Spending 2013 edition, a National Statistics publication.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Region
11 Dec 13 Report
Survey Methodology: Appendix B
Part of Family Spending 2013 edition, a National Statistics publication.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Region
11 Dec 13 Report
Chapter 1: Overview
Part of Family Spending 2013 edition, a National Statistics publication
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Region
11 Dec 13 Report
The Headlines: Household Expenditure at a Glance
Part of Family Spending 2013 edition, a National Statistics publication.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Region
11 Dec 13 Summary
Video Summary: Are you an average spender?
10 ways to find out if you spend more or less than the average UK household
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Region
11 Dec 13 Video Summary
Short story: Housing, fuel and power becomes highest spending category in 2012
Latest ONS release looks at average household spending in 2012
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Region
11 Dec 13 Summary
Family spending in 2012 infographic
Average spending of UK households
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Region
11 Dec 13 Summary
UK households in 2013 infographic
Infographic showing the number and type of households in the UK
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK
10 Dec 13 Summary
2011 Census: KS601UK Economic activity, local authorities in the United Kingdom (Excel sheet 295Kb)
This table provides 2011 Census estimates that classify the usual resident population aged 16 to 74 by economic activity, for the UK, constituent countries and, within England, regions, counties, London boroughs, metropolitan districts, unitary authorities and non-metropolitan districts
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County, UK
04 Dec 13 Reference table
2011 Census: KS602UK Economic activity - Males, local authorities in the United Kingdom (Excel sheet 295Kb)
This table provides 2011 Census estimates that classify the male usual resident population aged 16 to 74 by economic activity, for the UK, constituent countries and, within England, regions, counties, London boroughs, metropolitan districts, unitary authorities and non-metropolitan districts
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
04 Dec 13 Reference table
2011 Census: KS603UK Economic activity - Females, local authorities in the United Kingdom (Excel sheet 292Kb)
This table provides 2011 Census estimates that classify the female usual resident population aged 16 to 74 by economic activity, for the UK, constituent countries and, within England, regions, counties, London boroughs, metropolitan districts, unitary authorities and non-metropolitan districts
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
04 Dec 13 Reference table
2011 Census: KS604UK Hours worked, local authorities in the United Kingdom (Excel sheet 289Kb)
This table provides 2011 Census estimates that classify the usual resident population aged 16 to 74 and in employment the week before the census by the number of hours worked, for the UK, constituent countries and, within England, regions, counties, London boroughs, metropolitan districts, unitary authorities and non-metropolitan districts
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
04 Dec 13 Reference table
2011 Census: KS606UK Industry - Males, local authorities in the United Kingdom (Excel sheet 315Kb)
This table provides 2011 Census estimates that classify the male usual resident population aged 16 to 74 and in employment the week before the census by the industry in which they work, for the UK, constituent countries and, within England, regions, counties, London boroughs, metropolitan districts, unitary authorities and non-metropolitan districts
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
04 Dec 13 Reference table
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