Neighbourhoods and area statistics in the post 2001 Census era
Area, 36, (2), . (doi:10.1111/j.0004-0894.2004.00210.x).
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This paper examines the current interest in neighbourhood-based policy in England
and considers the extent to which the output geography developed for the 2001 census
helps to meet the need for neighbourhood-based data. The characteristics of the new
census output geography are presented, and the difficulties of creating meaningful
neighbourhood geographies from statistical reporting units reviewed. The new geography
will provide a much improved basis for the consolidation of data from official
administrative sources, but additional challenges are also discussed in relation to the
future of census data collection and publication.
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