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Article: 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.
Article: 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?’
Article: Changes in real earnings in the UK and London, 2002 to 2012 13-Feb-2013
An analysis of average earnings of employees in the UK and in London from 2002 to 2012, covering how earnings have changed over time in real terms, differences between full-time and part-time employees in the private and public sectors, and the implications these changes might have for the economy and economic indicators.

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  • Overcrowding and Under-occupation in England and Wales 17-Apr-2014
    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%).
  • Regional Labour Market Statistics, April 2014 16-Apr-2014
    Employment, unemployment, inactivity, jobs and the Claimant Count for regions, local authorities and parliamentary constituencies.
  • House Price Index, February 2014 15-Apr-2014
    A monthly release that publishes figures for mix-adjusted average house prices and house price indices for the UK and its component countries and regions.
  • GVA for Local Enterprise Partnerships, 1997-2012 11-Apr-2014
    National Statistics showing annual estimates of economic output (as measured by the nominal Gross Value Added) for LEPs, released on 11th April 2014.
  • 2011 Census Analysis - Cycling to Work 26-Mar-2014
    This report assesses cycling to work by residents of England and Wales using the results of the 2011 Census. Changes since 2001 are analysed, while cycling by workers resident in London is compared to cycling by workers resident in the rest of England and Wales. The characteristics of people cycling to work are also assessed including age, sex and distance travelled to work.
  • 2011 Census Analysis - Distance Travelled to Work 26-Mar-2014
    This report assesses distance travelled to work by residents of England and Wales using the results of the 2011 Census. As well as assessing changes to the average commuting distance since 2001, increases in the number of people reporting to have no fixed place of work are also analysed.

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Reference table: Population Estimates for UK, England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland - Mid 2012 (ZIP 826Kb) 08-Aug-2013
Mid 2012 population estimates are available at UK, England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland level and subnationally (local authority) by single year of age and sex. These include additional detailed components of population change. The Population Estimates reflect the local authority administrative boundaries that were in place on 30 June of the reference year of the tables.
Reference table: Regional GVA Graphing Tool, 1997-2012 (Excel sheet 219Kb) 11-Dec-2013
A tool allowing the user to graph official estimates of regional Gross Value Added (GVA) released on 11th December 2013.
Reference table: Regional Labour Market: HI07 - Headline Indicators for London, April 2014 (Excel sheet 1947Kb) 16-Apr-2014
Labour Market indicators for London, covering employment, unemployment, Claimant Count, full and part time and temporary workers and jobs.

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