Age and Stage of Life

Adult Lifestage

The number of residents at each life stage, by age band, starting from age 16, for example whether they have dependent children, the age of their youngest child, whether they live alone etc. (2011 Census Data)

Age by Single Year

The number of residents of each age, from the age of under 1 to 100 year plus. For example, the number of people who are aged 86 (2011 Census Data)

Age Structure

The number of residents in specified age bands from 0 to 90 plus, the mean and median age of residents of the Borough - based on age on census day (2011 Census Data)

Families with Dependent Children

The number of households which are families and whether they have children living with them- also the total number of dependent children (2011 Census Data)

Household Composition (Alternative Child and Adult Definitions) - People

The number of residents in each household type (a household is defined by age of its members and does not take account of the relationship between them). Includes single person households, and adults of varying numbers with or without children (2011 Census Data)

Household Composition (Alternative Child and Adult Definitions) - Households

The number of households in each household type (a household being defined by age of its members and not taking account of the relationship between them). Includes on person households, and adults of varying numbers with or without children (2011 Census Data) 

Household Composition - Households

The number of households in each household type (a household being defined by the relationship between its members). Includes one person households, households of those over 65, married couples, same-sex civil partnership couples, co-habiting couples, lone parents, households with children, households who are all full time students (2011 Census Data)

Household Composition - People

The number of people living in each household type (a household being defined by the relationship between its members). Includes one person households, households of those over 65, marries couples, same-sex civil partnership couples, co-habiting couples, lone parents, households with children, households who are all full time students (2011 Census Data)

Household Lifestage

The classification of a household by the lifestage of its Household Reference Person (HRP). Data includes the number of households at each life stage, by age band, starting from 35 and details the number of people in the household and whether or not they have dependent children (2011 Census Data). The HRP is the person completing the census who self-identified as the main reference point (replacing the traditional 'head of the household' concept)

Household Type

The number of households by different types of family - this differs from Household Composition because where there is more than one type of family, an order of priority is used to pick a primary type (2011 Census Data). Includes one person households, married couples, same-sex civil partnership couples, co-habiting couples, lone parents, households with children, multi-person households all students

Living Arrangements - 1

The number of residents aged 16 and over classified by their living arrangements, such as couple, single, separated, divorced, widowed etc. (2011 Census Data)

Marital and Civil Partnership Status

Residents ages 16 and over, classified by marital status - single, married, civil partnership, separated, divorced, widowed (or surviving partner from a civil partnership) (2011 Census Data)

People Aged 18-64 Living in a One Adult Household

The number of residents ages 18 to 64 that live in households with only one adult present (2011 Census Data)

Schoolchildren and Full-Time Students at their Non Term-Time Address

Schoolchildren and Full-Time Students (based on their non-term time address) aged 4 and over, classified by sex - for example the number of male school children and full time students (2011 Census Data)

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