Northern Ireland Census 2011 Output Prospectus
This prospectus sets out the release plans for the Northern Ireland (NI) 2011 Census statistics. It describes the statistics that the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA) has and will be releasing, and lays out when NISRA has or intends to publish them. The Census will answer questions from both novice users and experienced analysts. Because of the breadth and depth of census data, the 2011 Census statistics are being released in stages.
At the Output Information Days in January 2012 a draft release schedule was shared, the prospectus adds more detail to this.
The prospectus has been split into four main areas, covering the following topics:
For a printed copy of the prospectus print this page and the four sections outlined above.
The prospectus is dynamic
NISRA will update the content as more information becomes available. Details of updates can be obtained from NISRA Census Office (request by email to firstname.lastname@example.org), or see the Updates Register which details all changes that have been made to the prospectus since its first publication on 4 May 2012.
Proposed Outputs Layouts
Table layouts for phase one of the third release can be found here - Detailed Characteristics: Phase one. This phase of Detailed Characteristics consists of a set of 95 tables at the Northern Ireland level that focus on Identity, Religion and Health. They were published at 09.30am on 16 May 2013.
Phase two of the third release is scheduled for June - July 2013 and will comprise the remaining Detailed Characteristics tables at Northern Ireland level. Draft table layouts will be published soon.
A provisional list of table titles for future releases can be viewed at “Northern Ireland Census 2011 Prospectus: Release schedule & table titles”.
Contact Us & Keeping Informed
For any queries regarding this prospectus, or the content within, please contact Census Customer Services.
For general information about the Northern Ireland Census 2011 statistics and developments visit the Census pages on the NISRA website.
What is happening in England, Wales and Scotland
Both organisations have produced their own prospectuses: