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    Pension Credit Caseload

    DWP Information and Analysis Directorate
    Caseload - number of beneficiaries. Represents the number of people that Pension Credit helps and is the number of claimants in addition to the number of partners for whom they are also claiming. Caseload figures are rounded to the nearest ten; Some additional disclosure control has also been applied. Totals may not sum due to rounding. Frequency: Calendar Quarter Reference links: Information about pension credit
  • Updated a month ago

    Population estimates by broad age and gender

    Office for National Statistics
    Contains data for age groups 0-15, 16-64 and 65+ by sex for England, South East, Surrey, Local Authorities and Clinical Commissioning Groups in Surrey. Estimates for mid-2012 to mid-2016 have been revised. Methodological improvements have been implemented allowing the creation of a new series of estimates that roll forward the 2011 Census. These revised figures include new estimates of local authority international emigration and for...
  • Updated a month ago

    Population estimates for small areas (LSOA up) - selected ages

    Office for National Statistics
    Data for different geographies is updated at different times. If data is not shown for the geographies you require, try an earlier year. Estimates for mid-2012 to mid-2016 have been revised. Methodological improvements have been implemented allowing the creation of a new series of estimates that roll forward the 2011 Census. These revised figures include new estimates of local authority international emigration and foreign armed forces ...
  • Updated 2 months ago

    Annual Population Survey - economic activity by disability level

    Office for National Statistics
    The Annual Population Survey (APS) is a combined survey of households in Great Britain. Its purpose is to provide information on key social and socioeconomic variables between the 10-yearly censuses, with particular emphasis on providing information relating to sub-regional (local authority) areas. Due to sample size limitations, APS data is not available below local authority level i.e. data is not available for wards and super output ...
  • Created 2 months ago

    2016 based household projections

    Office for National Statistics
    Household projections show the number of households there would be in England in the future if a set of assumptions about the size and structure of the population and that population’s patterns of household formation were realised in practice. The projections generally do not take into account any policy changes that have not yet occurred, nor those that have not yet had an impact on observed trends.  These projections published on 20 S...
  • Updated 3 months ago

    Population projections 2016-2041

    Office for National Statistics
    Population projections 2016-2041 for Local Authorities and Clinical Commissioning Groups in Surrey Notes 1. Long-term subnational population projections are an indication of the future trends in population by age and sex over the next 25 years. They are trend-based projections, which means assumptions for future levels of births, deaths and migration are based on observed levels over the previous 5 years. They show what the populat...
  • Updated 4 months ago

    Area and population density

    Office for National Statistics
    National Statistics has identified a need for a consistent approach to the production of definitive surface area measurements for use in UK statistical outputs and to meet the European Commission’s requirements for standardised area measurements (SAM) from member states. Area to mean high water This is the total area of an area and includes all tracts of inland water. For all inland (i.e. non-coastal) areas, the measurements respect ...
  • Updated 4 months ago

    Internal migration by five-year age group

    Office for National Statistics
    Data is for moves in the year to June 30 Definitions: Internal migration is defined as residential moves between different local authorities (LAs) in the UK, including those that cross the boundaries between the four UK nations: England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. However, only moves affecting LAs in England and Wales are included; moves that occur solely within Scotland and/or Northern Ireland are excluded. The stat...
  • Updated 4 months ago

    How is the population of Surrey changing?

    Surrey County Council
    This is one of the Surrey Snapshot series - our series of one page data infographics, each covering a particular theme of interest.
  • Updated 4 months ago

    Migration component of population change

    Office for National Statistics
    Migration component of change from ONS population estimates. Estimates for year ending June 30. Estimates for mid-2012 to mid-2016 have been revised. Methodological improvements have been implemented allowing the creation of a new series of population estimates that roll forward the 2011 Census. These revised figures include new estimates of local authority international emigration and foreign armed forces dependants. An internationa...