Articles by Rosie Smith

The health impact of providing unpaid care

Posted on 9th October 2013 by

2011 Census Analysis – The provision of unpaid care in Warwickshire Unpaid carers* make an important contribution to the overall supply of care services. As the population  grows and ages, an increasing number of people are likely to continue to provide significant levels of care. As such, it is important to recognise the potential impact […]

New rural-urban classification for 2011 Census data

Posted on 2nd October 2013 by

A new way of classifying 2011 Census data is now available from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) which makes it possible to identify the characteristics of Warwickshire’s rural and urban communities. The classification allows summary outputs to be produced by either rural or urban areas down to local authority level. The new way of […]

Where to find 2011 Census data

Posted on 26th September 2013 by

Much data from the 2011 Census is now available. Access to this data is easier than in the past, so there are more opportunities to use and share this information. Earlier this year the Office for National Statistics (ONS) published Key & Quick Statistics. These tables tell us more basic information about an area for example, […]

Key Messages from the 2011 Census

Posted on 18th September 2013 by

Key messages from the 2011 Census for each of Warwickshire’s districts and boroughs have just been published by Warwickshire Observatory. The 2011 Census makes a major contribution to our knowledge about communities in the county; their changing age structure, ethnic composition, work and travel patterns etc. In turn, this information provides an important early indication […]

What the 2011 Census tells us about Warwickshire…..

Posted on 3rd July 2013 by

The Observatory has put together a short publication which highlights some of the Key messages for Warwickshire from the 2011 Census. The document highlights key points from the census data and considers the possible implications of these emerging trends. Over the last few months the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has been releasing data from the […]

Data on the age, sex and ethnic group of carers and more from the latest 2011 Census release

Posted on 16th May 2013 by

Today sees the release of further 2011 Census material by the Office for National Statistics. This third phase of data release provides more detailed information, at local authority level, on some previously released variables such as ethnic background, religion, provision of unpaid care and economic activity. For instance, it is now possible to obtain data […]

Non-UK Short Term Residents in Warwickshire

Posted on 15th April 2013 by

The most recent 2011 Census release by the Office for National Statistics gives an indication of the number of non-UK short term residents (STR) in the county. A non-UK born short-term resident is defined as anyone living in England and Wales who was born outside the UK, who intended to stay in the UK for a […]