Links to area profiles, The 2011 Census results and useful maps.
Area profiles paint a rich picture of the quality of life and
service provision in a local area. They allow you to focus on
people and place, and identify priorities that cut across service
boundaries. Area Profiles are useful to:
Output Area Classification (OAC) is a way of describing the
characteristics of a small area. For more information visit the
Output Area Classification User Group Website: http://areaclassification.org.uk/
An Output Area Classification tool is available through the
Local Futures website. The tool summarises the characteristics
of differing local neighbourhoods and how it can help officers
and members to better understand citizens, customers and
communities. The Local Futures website can be accessed by council
employees, for information on this service contact Shona Rowe
/ 01670 624739.
Undertaken every ten years, the Census provides a comprehensive
‘snapshot’ of the characteristics and distribution of the UK’s
population. The results from the Census help Central Government,
this Council and other organisations to allocate and target
funding, identify needs and plan the delivery of public services –
including education, transport, housing and social care.
Some of the results from the 2011 Census have now been released
and the links below cover the information released so far. This
page will be updated as new Census information is released by the
Office for National Statistics.
Maps of areas that statistics are presented at in
Northumberland can be found below, more maps will continue be
added as they are produced.
You can also view Indices of Deprivation 2010 Maps on this