Census 2011: Wards & OA: MK & South East Midlands – Age Structure (KS102) ( KS102-Wards )

This is the Age Structure table (KS102) from the 2011 Census.The table provides data on the number of people usually resident in an area by age group. It also includes the mean and median age. Data is for England, South East Midlands Districts and Wards and Milton Keynes LSOA and OA..

A usual resident is defined as someone who spent most of their time at a specific address. The 2011 census in England and Wales took place on 27th March 2011. It provides a snapshot of the population and its characteristics on that day.

Further information about the census estimates, including details about the methodology is available here: http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/guide-method/census/2011/index.html


Identification Number: KS102-Wards
Authoring Entity: Office for National Statistics (ONS)
Producer: Milton Keynes Council
Copyright: © Crown Copyright 2013
Date of Production: 2013-02-07


[mkichart type=”ward” dim=”global:population.global:age_range.global:census_2011.global:age_0_to_4″ title=”Number of residents aged 0 to 4″]

[mkichart type=”ward” dim=”global:population.global:age_range.global:census_2011.global:age_5_to_7″ title=”Number of residents aged 5 to 7″]

[mkichart type=”ward” dim=”global:population.global:age_range.global:census_2011.global:age_8_to_9″ title=”Number of residents aged 8 to 9″]

[mkichart type=”ward” dim=”global:population.global:age_range.global:census_2011.global:age_10_to_14″ title=”Number of residents aged 10 to 14″]

[mkichart type=”ward” dim=”global:population.global:age_range.global:census_2011.global:age_15″ title=”Number of residents aged 15″]

[mkichart type=”ward” dim=”global:population.global:age_range.global:census_2011.global:age_16_to_17″ title=”Number of residents aged 16 to 17″]

[mkichart type=”ward” dim=”global:population.global:age_range.global:census_2011.global:age_18_to_19″ title=”Number of residents aged 18 to 19″]

[mkichart type=”ward” dim=”global:population.global:age_range.global:census_2011.global:age_20_to_24″ title=”Number of residents aged 20 to 24″]

[mkichart type=”ward” dim=”global:population.global:age_range.global:census_2011.global:age_25_to_29″ title=”Number of residents aged 25 to 29″]

[mkichart type=”ward” dim=”global:population.global:age_range.global:census_2011.global:age_30_to_44″ title=”Number of residents aged 30 to 44″]

[mkichart type=”ward” dim=”global:population.global:age_range.global:census_2011.global:age_45_to_59″ title=”Number of residents aged 45 to 59″]

[mkichart type=”ward” dim=”global:population.global:age_range.global:census_2011.global:age_60_to_64″ title=”Number of residents aged 60 to 64″]

[mkichart type=”ward” dim=”global:population.global:age_range.global:census_2011.global:age_65_to_74″ title=”Number of residents aged 65 to 74″]

[mkichart type=”ward” dim=”global:population.global:age_range.global:census_2011.global:age_75_to_84″ title=”Number of residents aged 75 to 84″]

[mkichart type=”ward” dim=”global:population.global:age_range.global:census_2011.global:age_85_to_89″ title=”Number of residents aged 85 to 89″]

[mkichart type=”ward” dim=”global:population.global:age_range.global:census_2011.global:age_90_and_over” title=”Number of residents aged 90 and over”]

[mkichart type=”ward” dim=”global:population.global:mean_age.global:census_2011″ title=”Number of residents mean age”]

[mkichart type=”ward” dim=”global:population.global:median_age.global:census_2011″ title=”Number of residents median age”]