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Research

1. Research

This part of the website contains information, data and reports about Buckinghamshire. You will find facts, figures and reports on Buckinghamshire's population, demographics and summaries of key consultations.

2. Boundary maps

3. 2011 Census Profiles

The Key information for Buckinghamshire from the 2011 census releases. Themes include: Population, Marital Status, Ethnicity, Religion, Health Care, Household Composition, Communal Establishments, Household Spaces, Tenure, Car Availability, Employment, Education, The National Static of Socio-economic and Occupation.

Buckinghamshire

District

Wards

  • Age structure data - ZIP (16MB)
    Containing PDF bundle and interactive Excel for all wards

Electoral Division

Local Community Area

Themed Maps

  • Population density - ZIP (13MB)
    For Buckinghamshire and selected towns, market towns and rural villages

4. Deprivation

Indices of multiple deprivation 2015

Fact sheet analysis of IMD in Buckinghamshire produced by Bucks Business First. Please note the Local Enterprise Partnership covers the same area as Buckinghamshire County Council.

Deprivation in Buckinghamshire

Indices of multiple deprivation 2010

These maps show the level of deprivation that people experience in each lower level super output area (LLSOA) in Buckinghamshire according to the Index of Multiple Deprivation 2010.

5. Population

Population information including the mid-year population estimates and population projections.

Current Population

Information from the Office for National Statistics (ONS). The latest available official estimates of the population by age for Buckinghamshire provided by Buckinghamshire Business First. 

County Council Population Projections

Information on the future population of Buckinghamshire by age for Districts and County. The projections were produced by Buckinghamshire County Council in December 2014. They are based on local planned housing growth (as at December 2014) as well as population information from ONS. Both the ONS data and the housing data were the latest available information at the time.

ONS Population Projections

Information on the future population of Buckinghamshire by age for Districts and County. The official 2012 based subnational population projections (SNPP) were produced by the ONS and released in May 2014.  They are based on observed past population trends and do not take into account local policy changes such as housing planned for the future.

6. Surveys

Key views of residents and stakeholders in Buckinghamshire

Residents survey results (2011)

A survey of adults (aged 18 and over) providing information on their priorities and topics that affect them

Surveys - Buckinghamshire County Council

Children and young people survey (2013)

A survey of 7 to 19 year olds providing information on their priorities and topics that affect them

Surveys - Buckinghamshire County Council

Focus groups (June 2012)

Five focus groups held countywide covering: condition of roads, crime and anti-social behaviour, employment and skills, volunteering, engagement with the council and communications

 

Have your say

Current consultations about Buckinghamshire County Council services and topics that may affect you.

Take part in County Council consultations

To sign up to the County Council’s Residents panel to receive updates on council consultations email research@buckscc.gov.uk

7. Comparing Bucks (benchmarking)

The following reports and tools are free to access and will help you compare Buckinghamshire County Council data with other Councils and regions.  

  • Buckinghamshire County Council Comparison Report - This report presents up-to-date published data comparing performance indicators in Buckinghamshire County Council’s strategic plan with other Councils across the South East: Accessing the report through this link will ensure that you are always looking at the most up to date data available.
  • Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework data tool - These pages show data about adult social care in Buckinghamshire and other local authorities around the country. The 'outcome measures' are from the Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework (ASCOF).
  • Public Health Outcomes Framework data tool - The data published in this tool are the baselines for the Public Health Outcomes Framework, with more recent and historical trend data where these are available for all local authorities. The Public Health Outcomes Framework sets out a vision for public health, desired outcomes and the indicators that will help  understand how well public health is being improved and protected.