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2011 Census analysis: what does the 2011 Census tell us about people living in communal establishments?

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2011 Census analysis: what does the 2011 Census tell us about people living in communal establishments?

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Communal Establishments had a population of 1.0 million people out of a total usually resident population of 56.1 million in England and Wales in 2011. Communal Establishments include hospitals, care homes, prisons, defence bases, boarding schools and student halls of residence. This story analyses the characteristics of residents and staff in communal accommodation, including demographic and geographical analyses at national, regional and local levels.

Published 11 February 2015