Estimated Population Change 2002-2007
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Estimated population change for each ward, between mid-2002 and mid-2007, based on experimental statistical data from the ONS Centre for Demography. Source: Office for National Statistics © Crown Copyright 2009.
Data sourced from the UK Data Store: http://data.gov.uk/dataset/super_output_area_mid-year_population_estimates_for_england_and_wales_experimental_-_mid-2006_result
Mid-2007 Population Estimates for Census Area Statistics (CAS) Wards in England and Wales by Quinary Age and Sex, and Working Age
Census Area Statistics (CAS) Wards
Census Area Statistics (CAS) wards are used for 2001 Census outputs, they are based on administrative ward boundaries legally in force at the end of 2002, which includes ward boundaries that became operative in a number of local authorities in May 2003, and some others that become operative in May 2004. CAS wards are identical to the 2003 Statistical wards except that 18 of the smallest wards (all in England) have been merged into other wards to avoid the confidentiality risks of releasing data for very small areas. This has occurred to those wards with fewer than 100 residents or 40 households (as at the 2001 Census). Unlike Statistical wards, CAS wards are not subject to boundary change over time. There are 7,969 CAS wards in England and 881 in Wales, a total of 8,850.
1. These figures are consistent with the published mid-2007 local authority and Lower Layer Super Output Area population estimates.
2. Whilst the estimates are produced down to unit level, it is not implied that the estimates are accurate to this level of detail. In addition there are limitations with the administrative data sources used to produce these estimates, which may impact on the quality of the estimates.
3. These estimates are experimental statistics and do not yet meet the quality standards of National Statistics. Feedback over the quality of these estimates is welcome (see contact details below).
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Small Area Population Estimates
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Date published: 17 February 2009
Information about the ONS small area population estimates project can be found on the National Statistics website: www.statistics.gov.uk/sape