Census Data

Abbey Hey

Location Type: Middle layer Super Output Areas, ONS Geographic Code: E02001065

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Key Facts

All Residents 9,528
Male 4,675
Female 4,853
Households 3,844
Population Density (people/km2) 4,958.9

Available census datasets for Abbey Hey

Demography and migration
  • ts001   Number of usual residents in households and communal establishments
    ts001: Number of usual residents in households and communal establishments

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents in England and Wales by whether they resided in households and communal establishments. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    Whether a person lives in a household or a communal establishment.
    People who completed the normal household questionnaire were recorded as living in a household. Those who completed an individual questionnaire were asked if they lived in a household or a communal establishment.

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  • ts002   Legal partnership status
    ts002: Legal partnership status

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents in England and Wales by their legal partnership status. The estimates are at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    Classifies a person according to their legal marital or registered civil partnership status on Census Day 21 March 2021.

    It is the same as the 2011 census variable "Marital status" but has been updated for Census 2021 to reflect the revised Civil Partnership Act that came into force in 2019.

    In Census 2021 results, "single" refers only to someone who has never been married or in a registered civil partnership.

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  • ts003   Household composition
    ts003: Household composition

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify households in England and Wales by the relationships between household members (household composition). The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    Households according to the relationships between members.

    One-family households are classified by:

    * the number of dependent children
    * family type (married, civil partnership or cohabiting couple family, or lone parent family)

    Other households are classified by:

    * the number of people
    * the number of dependent children
    * whether the household consists only of students or only of people aged 66 and over

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  • ts004   Country of birth
    ts004: Country of birth

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents in England and Wales by their country of birth. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    The country in which a person was born.

    For people not born in one of in the four parts of the UK, there was an option to select "elsewhere".

    People who selected "elsewhere" were asked to write in the current name for their country of birth.

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  • ts005   Passports held
    ts005: Passports held

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents in England and Wales by passports held. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    All passports classifies a person according to the passport or passports they held at the time of the census. This included expired passports or travel documents people were entitled to renew. Where a person recorded having more than one passport, they were counted only once, categorised in the following priority order: 1. UK passport, 2. Irish passport, 3. Other passport.

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  • ts007   Age by single year
    ts007: Age by single year

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents in England and Wales by single year of age. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    A person’s age on Census Day, 21 March 2021 in England and Wales. Infants aged under 1 year are classified as 0 years of age.

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  • ts007a   Age by grouped years
    ts007a: Age by grouped years

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents in England and Wales by age. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    A person’s age on Census Day, 21 March 2021 in England and Wales. Infants aged under 1 year are classified as 0 years of age.

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  • ts008   Sex
    ts008: Sex

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents in England and Wales by sex. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    This is the sex recorded by the person completing the census. The options were “Female” and “Male”.

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  • ts010   Living arrangements
    ts010: Living arrangements

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents aged 16 years and over in households in England and Wales by their living arrangements. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    The “living arrangements” classification combines responses to the question on marital and civil partnership status with information about whether or not a person is living in a couple. This topic is only applicable to people in households. Living arrangements differs from marital and civil partnership status because cohabiting takes priority over other categories. For example, if a person is divorced and cohabiting, then in results for living arrangements they are classified as cohabiting.

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  • ts011   Households by deprivation dimensions
    ts011: Households by deprivation dimensions

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify households in England and Wales by four dimensions of deprivation: Employment, education, health and disability, and household overcrowding. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    The dimensions of deprivation used to classify households are indicators based on four selected household characteristics.

    Education

    A household is classified as deprived in the education dimension if no one has at least level 2 education and no one aged 16 to 18 years is a full-time student.

    Employment

    A household is classified as deprived in the employment dimension if any member, not a full-time student, is either unemployed or economically inactive due to long-term sickness or disability.

    Health

    A household is classified as deprived in the health dimension if any person in the household has general health that is bad or very bad or is identified as disabled

    People who have assessed their day-to-day activities as limited by long-term physical or mental health conditions or illnesses are considered disabled. This definition of a disabled person meets the harmonised standard for measuring disability and is in line with the Equality Act (2010).

    Housing

    A household is classified as deprived in the housing dimension if the household's accommodation is either overcrowded, in a shared dwelling, or has no central heating.

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  • ts013   Passports held (detailed)
    ts013: Passports held (detailed)

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents in England and Wales by passports held. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    All passports classifies a person according to the passport or passports they held at the time of the census. This included expired passports or travel documents people were entitled to renew. Where a person recorded having more than one passport, they were counted only once, categorised in the following priority order: 1. UK passport, 2. Irish passport, 3. Other passport.

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  • ts015   Year of arrival in UK
    ts015: Year of arrival in UK

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents in England and Wales by their year of arrival in the UK. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    The year someone not born in the UK last arrived in the UK. This does not include returning from short visits away from the UK.

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  • ts016   Length of residence
    ts016: Length of residence

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents in England and Wales by their length of residence in the UK. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    The length of residence in the UK is derived from the date that a person most recently arrived to live in the UK. It does not include returning from a holiday or short stay outside the UK.

    Length of residence is only applicable to usual residents who were not born in the UK. It does not include usual residents born in the UK who have emigrated and since returned -
    these are recorded in the category “born in the UK”.

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  • ts017   Household size
    ts017: Household size

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify all households in England and Wales by household size. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    The number of people in the household.

    Visitors staying at an address do not count to that household’s size.

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  • ts018   Age of arrival in the UK
    ts018: Age of arrival in the UK

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents in England and Wales by their age of arrival in the UK. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    The date a person last arrived to live in the UK and their age. Arrival dates do not include returning from short trips away from the UK.

    Age of arrival only applies to usual residents not born in the UK. It does not include usual residents born in the UK who have emigrated and since returned. These are recorded in the category “born in the UK”.

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  • ts019   Migrant Indicator
    ts019: Migrant Indicator

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents in England and Wales by migrant indicator. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    The migration indicator classifies people based on the difference between their current address and their address one year ago. It provides an indicator of the movement of people within the UK and from outside the UK, in the one-year period before the census.

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  • ts020   Number of non-UK short-term residents by sex
    ts020: Number of non-UK short-term residents by sex

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify non-UK born short-term residents in England and Wales by sex. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    This is the sex recorded by the person completing the census. The options were “Female” and “Male”.

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  • ts041   Number of Households
    ts041: Number of Households

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates on the number of households in England and Wales. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.

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Education
  • ts067   Highest level of qualification
    ts067: Highest level of qualification

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents aged 16 years and over in England and Wales by their highest level of qualification. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    The highest level of qualification is derived from the question asking people to indicate all qualifications held, or their nearest equivalent.

    This may include foreign qualifications where they were matched to the closest UK equivalent.

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  • ts068   Schoolchildren and full-time students
    ts068: Schoolchildren and full-time students

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify all usual residents aged 5 years and over in England and Wales. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    Indicates whether a person aged 5 years and over was in full-time education on Census Day, 21 March 2021. This includes schoolchildren and adults in full-time education.

    Schoolchildren and students in full-time education studying away from home are treated as usually resident at their term-time address.

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Ethnicity, Identity, Language and Religion
  • ts021   Ethnic group
    ts021: Ethnic group

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents in England and Wales by ethnic group. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    The ethnic group that the person completing the census feels they belong to. This could be based on their culture, family background, identity or physical appearance.

    Respondents could choose one out of 19 tick-box response categories, including write-in response options.

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  • ts022   Ethnic group (detailed)
    ts022: Ethnic group (detailed)

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents in England and Wales by ethnic group. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    The ethnic group that the person completing the census feels they belong to. This could be based on their culture, family background, identity or physical appearance.

    Respondents could choose one out of 19 tick-box response categories, including write-in response options.

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  • ts023   Multiple ethnic group
    ts023: Multiple ethnic group

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify households in England and Wales by the diversity in ethnic group of household members in different relationships. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    Classifies households by whether members identify as having the same or different ethnic groups.

    If multiple ethnic groups are present, this identifies whether they differ between generations or partnerships within the household.

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  • ts025   Household language
    ts025: Household language

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify households in England and Wales by the combination of adults and children within a household that have English (English or Welsh in Wales) as a main language. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    Classifies households by the combination of adults and children (aged 3 to 15 years) within a household that have English (English or Welsh in Wales) as their main language.

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  • ts026   Multiple main languages in household
    ts026: Multiple main languages in household

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify households in England and Wales by the combination of household members speaking the same or different main languages. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    Classifies households by whether members speak the same or different main language. If multiple main languages are spoken, this identifies whether they differ between generations or partnerships within the household.

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  • ts027   National identity - UK
    ts027: National identity - UK

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents in England and Wales by their national identity. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    Someone’s national identity is a self-determined assessment of their own identity, it could be the country or countries where they feel they belong or think of as home. It is not dependent on ethnic group or citizenship.

    Respondents could select more than one national identity.

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  • ts028   National identity (detailed)
    ts028: National identity (detailed)

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents in England and Wales by their national identity. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    Someone’s national identity is a self-determined assessment of their own identity, it could be the country or countries where they feel they belong or think of as home. It is not dependent on ethnic group or citizenship.

    Respondents could select more than one national identity.

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  • ts029   Proficiency in English
    ts029: Proficiency in English

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents in England and Wales by their proficiency in English. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    How well people whose main language is not English (English or Welsh in Wales) speak English.

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  • ts030   Religion
    ts030: Religion

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents in England and Wales by religion. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    The religion people connect or identify with (their religious affiliation), whether or not they practice or have belief in it.

    This question was voluntary and includes people who identified with one of 8 tick-box response options, including ‘No religion’, alongside those who chose not to answer this question.

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  • ts031   Religion (detailed)
    ts031: Religion (detailed)

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents in England and Wales by religion. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    The religion people connect or identify with (their religious affiliation), whether or not they practice or have belief in it.

    This question was voluntary and the variable includes people who answered the question, including ‘No Religion’, alongside those who chose not to answer this question.

    This variable classifies responses into the eight tick-box response options. Write-in responses are classified by their "parent" religious affiliation, including "No Religion", where applicable.

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  • ts075   Multi religion households
    ts075: Multi religion households

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify households in England and Wales by multi religion households. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    Classifies households by whether members identify with the same religion, no religion, did not answer the question, or a combination of these options.

    This question was voluntary and the variable includes those who answered the question alongside those who chose not to.

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Health
  • ts037   General health
    ts037: General health

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents in England and Wales by the state of their general health. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    A person's assessment of the general state of their health from very good to very bad. This assessment is not based on a person's health over any specified period of time.

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  • ts038   Disability
    ts038: Disability

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents in England and Wales by long-term health problems or disabilities. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    People who assessed their day-to-day activities as limited by long-term physical or mental health conditions or illnesses are considered disabled. This definition of a disabled person meets the harmonised standard for measuring disability and is in line with the Equality Act (2010).

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  • ts039   Provision of unpaid care
    ts039: Provision of unpaid care

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents in England and Wales by the number of hours of unpaid care they provide. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    An unpaid carer may look after, give help or support to anyone who has long-term physical or mental ill-health conditions, illness or problems related to old age.

    This does not include any activities as part of paid employment.

    This help can be within or outside of the carer's household.

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  • ts040   Number of disabled people in the household
    ts040: Number of disabled people in the household

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify households in England and Wales by the number of disabled people in the household. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    The number of people in a household who assessed their day-to-day activities as limited by long-term physical or mental health conditions or illnesses and are considered disabled. This definition of a disabled person meets the harmonised standard for measuring disability and is in line with the Equality Act (2010).

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Housing
  • ts044   Accommodation type
    ts044: Accommodation type

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify households in England and Wales by accommodation type. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    The type of building or structure used or available by an individual or household.

    This could be:

    * the whole house or bungalow
    * a flat, maisonette or apartment
    * a temporary or mobile structure, such as a caravan

    More information about accommodation types

    Whole house or bungalow:
    This property type is not divided into flats or other living accommodation. There are three types of whole houses or bungalows.

    Detached:
    None of the living accommodation is attached to another property but can be attached to a garage.

    Semi-detached:
    The living accommodation is joined to another house or bungalow by a common wall that they share.

    Terraced:
    A mid-terraced house is located between two other houses and shares two common walls. An end-of-terrace house is part of a terraced development but only shares one common wall.

    Flats (Apartments) and maisonettes:
    An apartment is another word for a flat. A maisonette is a 2-storey flat.

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  • ts045   Car or van availability
    ts045: Car or van availability

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates on the number of cars or vans available to members of households for England and Wales. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    The number of cars or vans owned or available for use by household members.

    Vehicles included:

    * pick-ups, camper vans and motor homes
    * vehicles that are temporarily not working
    * vehicles that have failed their MOT
    * vehicles owned or used by a lodger
    * company cars or vans if they're available for private use

    Vehicles not included:

    * motorbikes, trikes, quad bikes or mobility scooters
    * vehicles that have a Statutory Off Road Notification (SORN)
    * vehicles owned or used only by a visitor
    * vehicles that are kept at another address or not easily accessed

    The number of cars or vans in an area relates only to households. Cars or vans used by communal establishment residents are not counted.
    Households with 10 to 20 cars or vans are counted as having only 10.
    Households with more than 20 cars or vans were treated as invalid and a value imputed.

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  • ts046   Central heating
    ts046: Central heating

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify occupied household spaces in England and Wales by the type of central heating present. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    Central heating is a heating system used to heat multiple rooms in a building by circulating air or heated water through pipes to radiators or vents. Single or multiple fuel sources can fuel these systems.

    Central heating systems that are unused or not working are still considered. No information is available for household spaces with no usual residents.

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  • ts047   Communal establishment residents by age and sex
    ts047: Communal establishment residents by age and sex

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify communal establishment residents in England and Wales by age and by sex. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    A usual resident of a communal establishment is either:

    * someone who lives there
    * someone who works and lives there
    * someone who is a family member of staff that works there and lives there

    This derived variable shows the different types of communal establishment residents and categorises them by age and sex.

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  • ts048   Communal establishment management and type
    ts048: Communal establishment management and type

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify communal establishment residents in England and Wales by the type of communal establishment they reside in. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    A managed communal establishment is a place that provides managed full-time or part-time supervision of residential accommodation.

    Examples include:

    * university halls of residence and boarding schools
    * care homes, hospitals, hospices and maternity units
    * hotels, guest houses, hostels and bed and breakfasts, all with residential accommodation for seven or more guests
    * prisons and other secure facilities
    * Single Living Accommodation (SLA) in military bases
    * staff accommodation
    * religious establishments

    It does not include sheltered accommodation, serviced apartments, nurses’ accommodation, and houses rented to students by private landlords. These are households.

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  • ts050   Number of bedrooms
    ts050: Number of bedrooms

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify all household spaces with at least one usual resident in England and Wales by number of bedrooms. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    The number of bedrooms in a household’s accommodation.

    This number is not available for household spaces with no usual residents.

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  • ts051   Number of rooms
    ts051: Number of rooms

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify all household spaces with at least one usual resident in England and Wales by number of rooms. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    A room can be any room in a dwelling apart from bathrooms, toilets, halls or landings, kitchens, conservatories or utility rooms. All other rooms, for example, living rooms, studies, bedrooms, separate dining rooms and rooms that can only be used for storage are included. If two rooms have been converted into one, they are counted as one room.

    The number of rooms is recorded by address, this means that for households living in a shared dwelling the number of rooms are counted for the whole dwelling and not the individual household.

    This definition is based on the Valuation Office Agency’s (VOA) definition.

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  • ts052   Occupancy rating for bedrooms
    ts052: Occupancy rating for bedrooms

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify households in England and Wales by occupancy rating based on the number of bedrooms in the household. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    Whether a household's accommodation is overcrowded, ideally occupied or under-occupied. This is calculated by comparing the number of bedrooms the household requires to the number of available bedrooms.

    The number of bedrooms the household requires is calculated according to the Bedroom Standard, where the following should have their own bedroom:

    1. married or cohabiting couple
    2. single parent
    3. person aged 16 years and over
    4. pair of same-sex persons aged 10 to 15 years
    5. person aged 10 to 15 years paired with a person under 10 years of the same sex
    6. pair of children aged under 10 years, regardless of their sex
    7. person aged under 16 years who cannot share a bedroom with someone in 4, 5 or 6 above

    An occupancy rating of:

    * -1 or less implies that a household’s accommodation has fewer bedrooms than required (overcrowded)
    * +1 or more implies that a household’s accommodation has more bedrooms than required (under-occupied)
    * 0 suggests that a household’s accommodation has an ideal number of bedrooms

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  • ts053   Occupancy rating for rooms
    ts053: Occupancy rating for rooms

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify households in England and Wales by occupancy rating based on the number of rooms in the household. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    Whether a household's accommodation is overcrowded, ideally occupied or under-occupied. This is calculated by comparing the number of rooms the household requires to the number of available rooms.

    The number of rooms the household requires uses a formula which states that:

    * one-person households require three rooms comprised of two common rooms and one bedroom
    * two-or-more person households require a minimum of two common rooms and a bedroom for each person inline with the Bedroom Standard

    People who should have their own room according to the Bedroom Standard are:

    1. married or cohabiting couple
    2. single parent
    3. person aged 16 years and over
    4. pair of same-sex persons aged 10 to 15 years
    5. person aged 10 to 15 years paired with a person under 10 years of the same sex
    6. pair of children aged under 10 years, regardless of their sex
    7. person aged under 16 years who cannot share a bedroom with someone in 4, 5 or 6 above

    An occupancy rating of:

    * -1 or less implies that a household’s accommodation has fewer rooms than required (overcrowded)
    * +1 or more implies that a household’s accommodation has more rooms than required (under-occupied)
    * 0 suggests that a household’s accommodation has an ideal number of rooms

    The number of rooms is taken from Valuation Office Agency (VOA) administrative data for the first time in 2021. The number of rooms is recorded at the address level, whilst the 2011 Census recorded the number of rooms at the household level. This means that for households that live in a shared dwelling, the available number of rooms are counted for the whole dwelling in VOA, and not each individual household.

    VOA’s definition of a room does not include bathrooms, toilets, halls or landings, kitchens, conservatories or utility rooms. All other rooms, for example, living rooms, studies, bedrooms, separate dining rooms and rooms that can only be used for storage are included. Please note that the 2011 Census question included kitchens, conservatories and utility rooms while excluding rooms that can only be used for storage. To adjust for the definitional difference, the number of rooms required is deducted from the actual number of rooms it has available, and then 1 is added.

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  • ts054   Tenure
    ts054: Tenure

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify households in England and Wales by tenure. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    Whether a household owns or rents the accommodation that it occupies.

    Owner-occupied accommodation can be:

    * owned outright, which is where the household owns all of the accommodation
    * with a mortgage or loan
    * part-owned on a shared ownership scheme

    Rented accommodation can be:

    * private rented (for example, rented through a private landlord or letting agent
    * social rented through a local council or housing association

    This information is not available for household spaces with no usual residents.

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  • ts055   Purpose of second address
    ts055: Purpose of second address

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents in England and Wales with a second address by the purpose of that second address. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    Indicates whether a person has an alternative address (somewhere they stay for more than 30 days per year) and the type of second address this is.

    The 'Not applicable' classification applies to people without an alternative address.

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  • ts056   Second address indicator
    ts056: Second address indicator

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents in England and Wales by their use of a second address, and whether the second address is inside or outside the UK. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    An address (in or out of the UK) a person stays at for more than 30 days per year that is not their place of usual residence.

    Second addresses typically include:

    * armed forces bases
    * addresses used by people working away from home
    * a student’s home address
    * the address of another parent or guardian
    * a holiday home

    If a person with a second address was staying there on census night, they were classed as a visitor to the second address but counted as a usual resident at their home address.

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Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
  • ts077   Sexual orientation
    ts077: Sexual orientation

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents aged 16 years and over in England and Wales by sexual orientation. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    Classifies people according to the responses to the sexual orientation question. This question was voluntary and was only asked of people aged 16 years and over.

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  • ts078   Gender identity
    ts078: Gender identity

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents aged 16 years and over in England and Wales by gender identity. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    Classifies people according to the responses to the gender identity question. This question was voluntary and was only asked of people aged 16 years and over.

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UK armed forces veterans
  • ts071   Previously served in the UK armed forces
    ts071: Previously served in the UK armed forces

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents in England and Wales by whether or not they have previously served in the UK armed forces. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    Identifies people who have previously served in the UK armed forces. This includes those who have served for at least one day in armed forces, either regular or reserves, or Merchant Mariners who have seen duty on legally defined military operations.

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  • ts072   Number of people in household who have previously served in UK armed forces
    ts072: Number of people in household who have previously served in UK armed forces

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify households in England and Wales by the number of people in the household who have previously served in the UK armed forces. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    Number of people in the household who have previously served in the UK armed forces. This includes those who have served for at least one day in armed forces, either regular, reserves or Merchant Mariners who have seen duty on legally defined military operations.

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  • ts073   Population who have previously served in UK armed forces in communal establishments and in household
    ts073: Population who have previously served in UK armed forces in communal establishments and in household

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents in England and Wales who have previously served in the UK armed forces by whether they reside in communal establishments and in households. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    Whether a person lives in a household or a communal establishment.
    People who completed the normal household questionnaire were recorded as living in a household. Those who completed an individual questionnaire were asked if they lived in a household or a communal establishment.

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  • ts074   Household Reference Person indicator of previous service in UK armed forces
    ts074: Household Reference Person indicator of previous service in UK armed forces

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify households in England and Wales by whether or not the Household Reference Person has previously served in the UK armed forces. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    Identifies whether the Household Reference Person (HRP) in a household has previously served in the UK armed forces. This includes those who have served for at least one day in armed Forces, either regular, reserves or Merchant Mariners who have seen duty on legally defined military operations. Households are classified by if they were in the regular or reserved UK armed forces, both or neither.

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Work and Travel
  • ts058   Distance travelled to work
    ts058: Distance travelled to work

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents aged 16 years and over in employment the week before the census in England and Wales by the distance they travelled to work. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    The distance, in kilometres, between a person's residential postcode and their workplace postcode measured in a straight line. A distance travelled of 0.1km indicates that the workplace postcode is the same as the residential postcode. Distances over 1200km are treated as invalid, and an imputed or estimated value is added.

    “Work mainly at or from home” is made up of those that ticked either the 'Mainly work at or from home' box for the address of workplace question, or the “Work mainly at or from home” box for the method of travel to work question.

    “Other” includes no fixed place of work, working on an offshore installation and working outside of the UK.

    Distance is calculated as the straight line distance between the enumeration postcode and the workplace postcode.

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  • ts059   Hours worked
    ts059: Hours worked

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents aged 16 years and over in employment the week before the census in England and Wales by the number of hours they worked per week. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    The number of hours worked per week before the census includes paid and unpaid overtime. This covers the main job of anyone aged 16 years and over.

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  • ts060   Industry
    ts060: Industry

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents aged 16 years and over in employment the week before the census in England and Wales by industry. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    Classifies people aged 16 years and over who were in employment between 15 March and 21 March 2021 by the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code that represents their current industry or business.

    The SIC code is assigned based on the information provided about a firm or organisation’s main activity.

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  • ts061   Method used to travel to work
    ts061: Method used to travel to work

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents aged 16 years and over in employment the week before the census in England and Wales by their method used to travel to work (2001 specification). The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    A person's place of work and their method of travel to work. This is the 2001 method of producing travel to work variables.

    "Work mainly from home" applies to someone who indicated their place of work as their home address and travelled to work by driving a car or van, for example visiting clients.

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  • ts062   NS-SeC
    ts062: NS-SeC

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents aged 16 years and over in England and Wales by National Statistics Socio-economic Classification (NS-SEC). The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    The National Statistics Socio-economic Classification (NS-SEC) indicates a person's socio-economic position based on their occupation and other job characteristics.

    It is an Office for National Statistics standard classification. NS-SEC categories are assigned based on a person's occupation, whether employed, self-employed, or supervising other employees.

    Full-time students are recorded in the "full-time students" category regardless of whether they are economically active.

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  • ts063   Occupation
    ts063: Occupation

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents aged 16 years and over in employment the week before the census in England and Wales by occupation. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    Classifies what people aged 16 years and over do as their main job. Their job title or details of activities they do in their job and any supervisory or management responsibilities form this classification. This information is used to code responses to an occupation using the Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) 2020.

    It classifies people who were in employment between 15 March and 21 March 2021, by the SOC code that represents their current occupation.
    The lowest level of detail available is the four-digit SOC code which includes all codes in three, two and one digit SOC code levels.

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  • ts064   Occupation - minor groups
    ts064: Occupation - minor groups

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents aged 16 years and over in employment the week before the census in England and Wales by occupation. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    Classifies what people aged 16 years and over do as their main job. Their job title or details of activities they do in their job and any supervisory or management responsibilities form this classification. This information is used to code responses to an occupation using the Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) 2020.

    It classifies people who were in employment between 15 March and 21 March 2021, by the SOC code that represents their current occupation.
    The lowest level of detail available is the four-digit SOC code which includes all codes in three, two and one digit SOC code levels.

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  • ts065   Employment history
    ts065: Employment history

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents aged 16 years and over in England and Wales who were not in employment on Census Day, 21 March 2021, by whether and when they were last employed.


    Classifies people who were not in employment on Census Day into:

    * Not in employment: Worked in the last 12 months
    * Not in employment: Not worked in the last 12 months
    * Not in employment: Never worked

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  • ts066   Economic activity status
    ts066: Economic activity status

    This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents aged 16 years and over in England and Wales by economic activity status. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


    People aged 16 years and over are economically active if, between 15 March and 21 March 2021, they were:

    * in employment (an employee or self-employed)
    * unemployed, but looking for work and could start within two weeks
    * unemployed, but waiting to start a job that had been offered and accepted

    It is a measure of whether or not a person was an active participant in the labour market during this period. Economically inactive are those aged 16 years and over who did not have a job between 15 March to 21 March 2021 and had not looked for work between 22 February to 21 March 2021 or could not start work within two weeks.

    The census definition differs from International Labour Organization definition used on the Labour Force Survey, so estimates are not directly comparable.

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