Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency
Statistics for your area
To view statistics for your local area please enter your full postcode, for example BT9 5RR. Note the NINIS statistics viewer opens in a new tab.
Statistics and research support
Welcome to the NISRA Geography web pages where you can access and download a range of maps and digital products that support the use of geography in developing statistics.
Official statistics are fundamental to good government, to the delivery of public services and to decision-making in all sectors of society. In this section you can learn more about the Code of Practice for Statistics, Pre-Release Access and find out who produces Official Statistics in Northern Ireland.
The role of the NISRA Research Support Unit (RSU) is to allow researchers safe access to project specific de-identified data in a secure environment in order to carry out secondary data analysis. For Secure Room bookings, please follow the link ** IMPORTANT MESSAGE: Given the current Covid-19 restrictions, the NISRA secure environment is still not in a position to reopen. This situation is constantly under review
Other sources for Official Statistics
The Chief Executive
NISRA is an Agency of the Department of Finance. NISRA is the principal source of official statistics and social research on Northern Ireland. These statistics and research inform public policy and associated debate in the wider society.
If you have a general enquiry for the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA), you can contact:NISRA
Telephone: +44 (0)300 200 7836
Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 9.30 am to 4.00 pm (excluding public, bank and all Northern Ireland government holidays).
Members of the media with queries relating to NISRA Statistics can contact the Department of Finance Press Office.
General Register Office for Northern Ireland
Queries relating to the registration of births, deaths, marriages, civil partnerships and adoptions or the production of birth, deaths, marriage, civil partnership and adoption certificates should be directed to the General Register Office for Northern Ireland.
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