Census Office has developed short stories which focus on various themes within 2011 Census using infographics.
- Local Government District 2014: 100 people and 100 households
- Settlements (Bands A - D): 100 people and 100 households
- Older people
- Northern Ireland as 100 people
- Parliamentary Constituencies
Ethnicity, Identity, Language and Religion
You can access area profiles on the NINIS website for a number of local geographies including:
- Health and Social Care Trust (HSCT)
- Assembly Area (AA)
- Local Government District (LGD2014)
- Local Government District (LGD)
- Settlement (SETT2015)
- District Electoral Area (DEA2014)
- Super Output Area (SOA)
- Small Area (SA)
You can also access area profiles for Settlements and District Electoral Areas from the following lists:
Commuting patterns in the UK
This release is accompanied by an interactive map tool, Commuting patterns in the UK, it looks at where people commute to and from for work. This release was published on 25 July 2014.
Internal and International Migration for the United Kingdom in the year prior to the 2011 Census
This story analyses internal and international migration patterns for the usually resident population of the UK, based on data for address one year prior to the 2011 Censuses of England and Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland. Analyses are by age, sex and geography at national and local levels. This story was published on 25 November 2014.