In the 2001 Census information was collected for usual residents on the 29th April 2001. Table KS24 on Migration gives information on the migration of people. A migrant is a person with a different address one year before the Census to that on Census Day. The migrant status for children aged under one in households is determined by the migrant status of their ‘next of kin ’ (defined as in order of preference, mother, father, sibling (with nearest age), other related person, Household Reference Person). All people who moved into the area: This relates to people who are resident in the area on Census day but whose usual address one year before Census was outside the area, expressed as a percentage of the current population. It does not include people who did not live within the area one year before Census but who had no usual address. All people who moved within the area: Includes people with no usual address one year before the Census which took place on 29th April 2001. All people who moved out of the area: This relates to people who were resident in the area one year before the Census but whose usual address on Census day is outside the area but within the UK, expressed as a percentage of the current population of the area. It does not include people who have moved from the area to outside the UK. As they are no longer resident in the area people in this column do not appear in the “All people” and “All people in ethnic groups other than White” columns.
Identification Number: PE024C
Authoring Entity: Office of National Statistics
Producer: Milton Keynes Council
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Date of Production: 2004-08-06