The first release of the 2011 Census population and household estimates for Charnwood were published, showing the following results:
- The population had increased by 8.2% from the last Census in 2001.
- 2011 Census population estimate of usual residents is 166,100
- 66,500 Household spaces are occupied by at least one usual resident
This first release of data is rounded to the nearest 100 and is for Charnwood as a whole, data for wards and parishes can be found by going to the Neighbourhood Statistics website. Further information on the 2011 Census is available at www.ons.gov.uk/census
- 2011 Census Data - Charnwood First Release (PDF Document, 0.1 Mb)
The Census benefits
A census counts everybody and describes society.
A census collects and shares facts about the population's ever-changing characteristics.
A census is one of the main ways of accurately measuring change across the whole population.
The census provides a detailed map of the population, including different ages, sexes and ethnic groups.
The information will help to ensure that the local services that people rely on, such as transport, housing, schools and hospitals, can be provided where they are needed.
The information helps central and local government ensure that all areas receive the funding owed.
Last updated: Mon 15th February, 2016 @ 14:25