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Mortality reports

Tue, 30 Apr 2013 15:37

Reports on the four most common causes of death (Cancer, Cardio Vascular Disease, Liver Disease and Respiratory Disease) for Leicestershire and Rutland. Describing trends, also benchmarking against similar areas in England

Census 2011 - LSOA population by sex and five year age bands

Mon, 18 Feb 2013 14:25

Leicestershire County Council

The following interactive dashboard contains information on population for Leicestershire Lower Super Output Areas (LSOAs).

Census 2011 LSOA population dashboard by sex and quinary age (N.B. requires Internet Explorer 8 and above or comparable browser).

LSOAs are small units of geography (containing, on...

The following factsheets contain information on population for local authorities in Leicestershire, as well as Leicester and Rutland unitary authorities.

The factsheets include the raw data, a population pyramid and charts showing the change since the 2001 Census, split by sex and five year age bands....

Census 2011 - Household Data

Wed, 15 Aug 2012 14:36

The link below directs to an interactive dashboard containing first release husehold data from the 2011 Census (where applicable). Information is included on number of households spaces, household and communal establishment residents and short-term residents in Leicestershire, as well as Leicester and...

*Please Note: this data has been superseded by the unrounded 2011 Census population data which is available here.

The following factsheets contain information on population - rounded to the nearest hundred - for local authorities in Leicestershire, as well as Leicester and Rutland unitary authorities....

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) estimate for the mid-2009 population of Leicestershire is 644,700, and Leicester 304,700, making the Leicestershire and Leicester sub-region about 950,000 in estimated population. The latest estimates follow from revised migration estimates and the publication...

The County Council Research & Information team have produced an infographic poster that shows a summary of the county's demography, economy and community safety. Copies can be freely reproduced by downloading the document below.