SASPAC v9.85 April update

17/04/2014

March and April saw ONS release 65 new Census tables for England and Wales, these included:

  • 3.5c – 8 Detailed Characteristic and 1 Quick Statistics table relating to Approximated Social
  • Grade
  • 3.6 – 20 Detailed Characteristic tables relating to travel to work and car or van availability (
  • Local Authorities only)
  • 4.6 – 26 Local Characteristic and 1 Quick Statistics table relating to travel to work and car or
  • van availability (Output Areas)
  • Supplementary tables on 9/4/14 – 9 Local Characteristic tables relating to a range of topics

To provide access to these tables users will need to update to the v9.85 (April update) available from our software download page and download the latest System files from our Data page. Layouts of these tables can be found below and an Excel file of all the tables released to date can be found here (.xls).

- new Quick Statistics tables (.pdf)

- new Local Characteristics tables (.pdf)

- new Detailed Characteristics tables (.pdf)

Copies of table layouts released to date can also be found on our Support page.

 


Future of the Census

01/04/2014

Following three years of research and user consultation into options for the 2021 census and future provision of population statistics in England and Wales, the National Statistician has recommended to the Board of the UK Statistics Authority that a predominantly online census should be undertaken in 2021, supplemented by the use of administrative and survey data. To read more about this announcement, please click here.  

National Records of Scotland (NRS) have also announced they will be following a similar route, with a primarily online 2021 Census and supplementary use of administrative datasets. More this announcement can be found here.


NEW 2011 Census Table Layouts

04/03/2014

On Monday 3 March 2014 the ONS Census Prospectus announced new table layouts (relating to travel to work data) for releases 3.6 and  4.6 which include:

*20 Detailed Characteristic tables at local authority level – release 3.6
*24 Local Characteristic tables at output area level – release 4.6

Here is the updates register which reflects this as well as a link directly to the Census Prospectus page where you can view both table layouts.


Next Scottish Census release

21/02/2014

NRS has just announced that they have updated their Outputs Prospectus.

Their latest version confirms that on the 19 March NRS will publish Release 3B which includes a further sub-set of tables from the Ethnicity, Identity, Language and Religion topics. The majority of the remaining tables will be published later in Release 3C.

NRS will also publish the two remaining tables (Household by deprivation dimensions and Central heating) from Release 2.

A reminder that Release 3a (.xls) comes out Thursday 27 February and includes 10 Detailed Characteristic tables!


New SASPAC User

17/02/2014

council

Welcome to Renfrewshire Council who have recently joined the SASPAC scheme. They are now able to view all the Scottish Census datasets and take advantage of the benefits SASPAC can offer.

If you are interested in a free trial of the application just contact our helpdesk. Alternatively, if you would like to read feedback just visit our user comments page.


A warm welcome to South Aryshire

07/02/2014

A warm welcome to South Aryshire Council who have just joined the SASPAC scheme. Alongside other recent new members in Scotland including: Argyll and Bute, Glasgow and Clyde Valley and Stirling Council.
South Aryshire Council
If your organisation would like to learn more about the benefits SASPAC can offer, watch our 2 min video or read some of our users comments. Alternatively, contact the helpdesk for a free trial of the application.


Census Release Update

07/02/2014

ONS have now published the (draft) table layouts for release:

4.5a: (Local Characteristics on Labour Market for output areas in England and Wales)
4.5b: (Local Characteristics on Qualifications for output areas in England and Wales)

Accessible via here. This data is scheduled for release on 26 February 2014.


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