A selection of key data for Central Bedfordshire is available in our 2021 Census factsheet.
Headline figures for Central Bedfordshire showed that Central Bedfordshire had a population of 294,300 at the 2021 Census and a population density of 411 residents per square kilometre (source: Office for National Statistics, 2021 Census).
The population had increased by 15.7% compared to the 2011 Census, above the average rate for England (6.6%) and among the fastest-growing areas in the country. Other changes can be seen in the ONS article, How the population has changed where you live.
ONS have released a number of tools to enable easy access to 2021 Census data. These include:
- ONS interactive data atlas – view 2021 Census datasets on a map
- ONS build a custom area profile – create profiles from more than 30 variables for an area of your choosing - includes local authorities and parishes, or you can define your own area
- ONS create a custom dataset – download bespoke datasets, choosing multiple variables
- Nomis website – download Census datasets as released by ONS
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