Statistics and census data
Corporate research on the population of Calderdale, covering age, ethnicity, economic activity, social groups, health, household composition, tenure, amenities, incomes and benefits.
Produced once a year in October / November, the Calderdale Profile includes data on the local population, education, health and crime.
The ten-yearly Census provides data down to very small areas (200-300 people) covering a range of topics - population age, gender, ethnicity, marital status; migration; health and long-term illness; household types, tenure, size and resources; economic activity, employment, occupation and travel to work; qualifications.
A series of regular Fact Sheets, covering population, households, employment, unemployment and deprivation. The series also includes a summary sheet describing the District.
A set of reports produced principally for use by Council staff but also of interest to partner agencies and the general public, covering areas of high needs, children and young people, employment and commuting, ethnicity, and older people.
Information on the 17 Calderdale Electoral Wards that came into being following the re-organisation in 2004. They illustrate the boundaries of the wards and provide information on key characteristics of the population, households, employment, health and deprivation.