This note examines the 2008-based household projections for England and the regions from 2008 to 2033. The number of households in England is projected to increase from 21.7 million in 2008 to 27.5 million by 2033, an increase of 5.8 million or 27%. This is equivalent to an average annual increase of around 232,000 households.
Details of online sources of historical statistics across all subject areas other than the economy. These sources are either long-term time series or snapshots of a range of data from a specific point in the past.They allow comparisons between the present day and the start of data collection and any intervening period and give an understanding of patterns -have trends been smooth, random, cyclical etc? Snapshots cover a wider range of data and help us make more general comparisons between 'then' and 'now'.
Most of the series go back to around the 1920s or earlier. . This note does not include links to economic data or anything to do with family history.
The 2001 Census of Population will take place on Sunday 29th April 2001. This paper considers the history and purpose of censuses, focuses on the selection of topics for the 2001 Census, and outlines the methods used in conducting the census.