2011 Census Information

A census is a survey of all people and households in the country. Census take place every ten years and the last one took place on 27 March 2011.

2011 Census data: Type of data available

  • Usual resident population
  • Marital and civil partnership status
  • Living arrangements
  • Household composition
  • Adults not in employment, dependent children, long term health problem or disability
  • Lone parent households with dependent children
  • Ethnic groups
  • National identity
  • Country of birth (quick statistics and detailed)
  • Passports held
  • Household language
  • Religion (quick statistics and detailed)
  • Health and provision of unpaid care
  • Dwellings and household spaces, accommodation type
  • Tenure
  • Rooms, bedrooms and central heating
  • Car and van availability
  • Communal establishments
  • Qualifications and students
  • Economic activity, all, males and females, hours worked, industry, occupation
  • Social economic groups
  • Multiple ethnic groups
  • Arrival in the UK and age of arrival
  • Length of residence in the UK

Find 2011 Census data for the whole of Waverley borough, wards and parishes

Most of the 2011 data has now been released. The easiest way to find the data you need is to use the ONS Neighbourhood Statistics website. Here you can search for all kinds of Census data, for the whole Borough, wards, parishes and smaller areas. Key data is sorted into types and often can be compared with 2001 data.   

2001 Census data can also be found on the ONS website. On the homepage at 1. enter your area and then at 2. choose 'more areas' to choose Parish or other type of area. 

More information

For information about Waverley Census data, please contact Jennie Falconer, Senior Policy Planner on 01483 523294 or by email on jennie.falconer@waverley.gov.uk

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