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1 2011 Census results for Edinburgh summary results for Edinburgh City Centre CEC Planning Information, Services for Communities, February 2014

2 Scope  Census data outputs – progress to date and Council analysis  Context – city population growth  Edinburgh City Centre – distinctive characteristics  Edinburgh City Centre – key changes since 2001 C C E E N N S S U U S S

3 Census data release programme  ‘Univariate’ data : straight counts e.g. age groups, household types, ethnic groups, industry, occupation, car ownership  ‘Cross-tabulated’ data e.g. economic activity by ethnic group health by tenure  Origin / destination data commuting flows; house moves C C E E N N S S U U S S published for all geographies spring 2014 late 2014

4 Summary of Council analysis (1) Currently published :  Population, households and age structure (overview)  Population distribution and density (Edin. / Scotland / UK)  City Comparisons (Edinburgh compared with other UK cities)  City Trends (Historical context – change since prev. censuses)  Local Area Profiles : (1) wards (2) NPAs (3) community councils  Thematic Reports : (1) health (2) ethnicity (3) transport & travel C C E E N N S S U U S S

5 Summary of Council analysis (2) Future intentions :  Census atlas (distribution / concentration of different ‘client’ groups / needs / market sectors)  Additional thematic reports, e.g. students; housing; household formation / types; economic activity  Travel-to-work analysis (volume of commuting / mode of travel) C C E E N N S S U U S S

6 C C E E N N S S U U S S Edinburgh’s growth PopulationHouseholdsDwellings

7 C C E E N N S S U U S S Scottish LAs ranked by population change

8 C C E E N N S S U U S S Comparative age profiles EdinburghScotland East Lothian Midlothian West Lothian

9 What is distinctive about the City Centre ? C C E E N N S S U U S S Full-time students as % of total population

10 Community Council areas C C E E N N S S U U S S

11 What is distinctive about the City Centre ?  Young working age adults C C E E N N S S U U S S

12 City Centre / Edinburgh age profiles C C E E N N S S U U S S

13 What is distinctive about the City Centre ?  Young working age adults  Small households C C E E N N S S U U S S

14 C C E E N N S S U U S S

15 What is distinctive about the City Centre ?  Young working age adults  Small households  Substantial non-household population C C E E N N S S U U S S

16 C C E E N N S S U U S S

17 What is distinctive about the City Centre ?  Young working age adults  Small households  Substantial non-household population  Ethnic and cultural diversity C C E E N N S S U U S S

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22 What is distinctive about the City Centre ?  Young working age adults  Small households  Substantial non-household population  Ethnic and cultural diversity  Compact, flatted accommodation C C E E N N S S U U S S

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26 What is distinctive about the City Centre ?  Young working age adults  Small households  Substantial non-household population  Ethnic and cultural diversity  High density, flatted accommodation  Significant element of vacant & holiday homes C C E E N N S S U U S S

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29 What is distinctive about the City Centre ?  Young working age adults  Small households  Substantial non-household population  Ethnic and cultural diversity  High density, flatted accommodation  Significant element of vacant & holiday homes  Prevalence of private renting C C E E N N S S U U S S

30 C C E E N N S S U U S S

31 What is distinctive about the City Centre ?  Young working age adults  Small households  Substantial non-household population  Ethnic and cultural diversity  High density, flatted accommodation  Significant element of vacant & holiday homes  Prevalence of private renting  Relatively healthy C C E E N N S S U U S S

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34 What is distinctive about the City Centre ?  Young working age adults  Small households  Substantial non-household population  Ethnic and cultural diversity  High density, flatted accommodation  Significant element of vacant & holiday homes  Prevalence of private renting  Relatively healthy  Low car dependency C C E E N N S S U U S S

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38 What is distinctive about the City Centre ?  Young working age adults  Small households  Substantial non-household population  Ethnic and cultural diversity  High density, flatted accommodation  Significant element of vacant & holiday homes  Prevalence of private renting  Relatively healthy  Low car dependency  Workforce participation high in some areas, low in others C C E E N N S S U U S S

39 C C E E N N S S U U S S

40 What is distinctive about the City Centre ?  Young working age adults  Small households  Substantial non-household population  Ethnic and cultural diversity  High density, flatted accommodation  Significant element of vacant & holiday homes  Prevalence of private renting  Relatively healthy  Low car dependency  Workforce participation high in some areas, low in others  Well educated / qualified C C E E N N S S U U S S

41 C C E E N N S S U U S S

42 What is distinctive about the City Centre ?  Young working age adults  Small households  Substantial non-household population  Ethnic and cultural diversity  High density, flatted accommodation  Significant element of vacant & holiday homes  Prevalence of private renting  Relatively healthy  Low car dependency  Workforce participation high in some areas, low in others  Well educated / qualified  Predominance of service employment C C E E N N S S U U S S

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47 Key changes since 2001  Total population and households  Population distribution  Population characteristics C C E E N N S S U U S S

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51 Key changes 2001 – 2011 (% decrease / increase) C C E E N N S S U U S S

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55 2011 Census results for Edinburgh summary results for Edinburgh City Centre CEC Planning Information, Services for Communities, February 2014


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