Households across the country took part in Census 2021 on 21 March 2021. The Census takes place every 10 years, and is used to collect population data that helps the government to plan for future housing, education, healthcare and other public services.

Census 2021 results

The first results from Census 2021 came out on 28 June 2022 and further results became available 29 November 2022.

The latest release contains data relating to ethnic group, religion, national identity and language. The Kirklees Observatory contains the first results for the population of Kirklees

Nomis: Kirklees Local Authority 2021 Census Area Profile also contains data from the latest release.

More results will follow in 2023, and for the first time it will include information on armed forces veterans, sexual orientation and gender identity.

For more information see: Census 2021 results

You can also view collected census information from 2011 and 2001 including key statistics and ward profiles.

Census 2011

For the complete set of Census 2011 statistics covering Kirklees and beyond visit the Nomis website.

Census 2001

Key Statistics for 2001

Information by feature from the census break down e.g. population, car availability, ethnic groups and qualifications.

Key statistics report

Key statistics table

Census table

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