2001 Census

The 2001 Census was held on 29th April 2001. This is a count of all people and households in the United Kingdom. It provides essential statistical information, enabling the planning and allocation of resources and public services. Results also support research and business. Censuses are held every 10 years with the next one being due in 2011.

Following this, the best estimate of the population is the Registrar General's Mid-Year estimates for 2007. For Redcar & Cleveland this figure is 139,400 with a total for England and Wales at 54,072,000.

Census data is freely available online at www.statistics.gov.uk. Detailed data for Wards and Super Output Areas is also available from Neighbourhood Statistics which can either be accessed from the National Statistics Online website address above or via www.neighbourhood.statistics.gov.uk.

A few of the key 2001 Census datasets that are frequently requested are available to download as a pdf document below.


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Data was prepared by Partnership Research & Performance Officer, Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council. Information was obtained from the Office for National Statistics 2001 Census of Population data and is Crown Copyright.


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