Results from the 2011 Census, carried out on 27 March 2011, are now available.
What is the census?
The census is carried out every 10 years by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) and is the only time every person and household is counted right across the UK.
In the ten years since the previous national census (March 2001) people have come and gone, families have grown, expectations and lifestyles have altered. As a result, the face of Derbyshire has changed.
The 2011 census is vital in measuring these changes. A number of questions vary with each census for example, questions regarding civil partnerships, second homes and recent migration were included for the first time.
The information it supplies will help decision makers improve and develop public services. Its findings affect everyone.
Census information for Derbyshire
Census Profiles have been produced for a range of topics and geographic areas, ranging from the whole county down to individual wards and electoral divisions. These can be found on the Derbyshire Observatory (opens in a new window).
For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone Fen Jones, policy and research analyst on 01629 539984
You can also visit the official Office for National Statistics (ONS) 2011 Census website (opens in a new window)