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

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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.


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.


Do you need Census data on the Armed Forces population?

06/02/2014

The 2001 Census produced a number of tables at ward level specifically relating to the armed forces population (AF001 to AF004). This population is likely to be  geographically concentrated across specific local authorities but key to understanding service provision and demand. ONS are preparing the equivalent 2011 Census tables and have circulated some table mockups (.xls) for users to comment on. The current intention is to provide this tables at regional level only. ONS are keen to hear from users on their data requirements and requested feedback by 11 February.


SASPAC v9.85 Feb update

03/02/2014

saspac-logo-master-button-maze-name-256-reversed-out-rounded-with-shadowThe latest 2011 Census Detailed and Local Characteristics tables are now available to download from the SASPAC website along with a software update (v9.85).

This update incorporates the 2 Detailed Characteristic and 59 Local Characteristic tables published by ONS on 23/01/14 (releases 4.4a and 4.4b)

The updated SASPAC System files are downloadable from our data page and the software updates files/instructions from here.

To help keep users’ up to date with the large number of tables currently available we have also produced a summary of all the tables released by geography here (.xls). Furthermore, table layouts for all the tables so far and those recently published are below:

  • Release 4.4a Detailed Characteristic tables layouts all published DC table layouts to date (.pdf)
  • Release 4.4a and 4.4b Local Characteristic tables layouts /all published LC table layouts to date (.pdf)

Other table layouts can be found on our Support page.


Next Census Release Dates

03/02/2014

ONS have announced the release date for the next Local Characteristics tables. The information will be found in tables 4.5a and 4.5b and will include topics on:

  • Labour Market at output area level
  • Qualifications at output area level

This release will be on the 26 February 2014. There are currently no drafts of this information published, but once available they will be accessible via here.

Also on the 27 February 2014, NRS will be releasing Scotland’s Census results part 3A, which provides 10 new tables:

  • Age by sex
  • Ethnic group
  • National identity
  • Proficiency in English
  • Religion
  • Scots language skills
  • Ethnic group
  • Country of birth

There is currently already a draft tables available to download from the NRS website.