Internal and International Migration of Older Residents

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2011 Census Analysis: Internal and International Migration of Older Residents (aged 65 and over) in England and Wales in the Year Prior to the 2011 Census

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2011 Census Analysis: Internal and International Migration of Older Residents (aged 65 and over) in England and Wales in the Year Prior to the 2011 Census

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ISBN
9781910535813
Author
Office for National Statistics (ONS)
Published by
Dandy Booksellers Ltd
Publication Date
12 March 2015
Format
Paperback
Extent
40 pages
Dimensions
A4 (210 x 297 mm)
Series
Census 2011 Analysis

This analysis looks at older people (aged 65 and over) who were usually resident in England and Wales and who were living at a different address one year prior to the 2011 Census. This was based on Census Question 21, which asked ‘One year ago, what was your usual address?’

Key points
  • 3.6% (331,000) of usual residents aged 65 and over had a different address one year prior to the 2011 Census; this compared to 14% (6.4 million) of residents aged under 65 who had a different address one year before the Census. Thus older people were less likely to have moved than those aged under 65.
  • The majority (57% or 188,000) of those aged 65 and over with a different address one year prior to the 2011 Census had moved within the same local authority; this was a higher proportion than for those aged under 65 (53% or 3.4 million). Therefore, when older people moved they were slightly more likely to move to an address within the same local authority.
  • For usual residents aged 65 and over who had a different address one year prior to the 2011 Census, a lower proportion had a previous address overseas (5.8% or 19,000) compared with those aged under 65 (9.2% or 593,000).
  • Of the 65 and over group who had a previous address outside the UK, the most common countries of previous residence were Spain (17% or 3,300) and France (11% or 2,000).
  • The South West and South East regions had the highest proportions of the usually resident population aged 65 and over who had a different address one year prior to the 2011 Census, both over 4%.
  • Of all local authorities in England and Wales, City of London/Westminster (6.5%) had the highest proportion of those aged 65 and over who had a different address one year prior to the Census.Eastbourne (East Sussex) (6.1%) had the highest proportion of those aged 75 and over who had a different address one year prior to the Census.
  • Rushmoor (Hampshire) was the local authority with the highest proportion of those aged 65 and over who had a different address outside the UK one year prior to the Census (1.7% or 200)
 


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