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The population of Cambridgeshire is forecast to grow by approximately 25% between 2013 and 2036 (Cambridgeshire Research Group’s 2013-Based Population Forecasts). The rise in population will be driven in part by significant housing developments within the County.
What is this all about? Each year, housing partners work together to update our understanding of the housing market locally. Part of this assessment includes looking at housing affordability.
So you know a new system of Individual Electoral Registration (IER) came into force (10 June 2014) and that each person is now responsible for registering themselves to vote, rather than the old system where the head of household registered everyone.
The “Cambridge Phenomenon”
Solid information on population counts by region and sub-region is vital for the ongoing local planning of services, such as schools, children’s centres and transport provisions and infrastructure.
The Cambridge sub-region housing profiles show information about housing stock, households and data about affordable housing demand at a parish or ward level.
Census Area Profiles The 2011 Census
QUESTION Each year I have to visit every home in Cambridgeshire. Is there anything you can do to help me plan my visits? Where are the most populated areas in the county, from the largest city to the smallest hamlet, which I must remember to visit?
The Government’s Public Health Outcomes Framework (PHOF) sets out the desired outcomes for public health and how they should be measured. The PHOF focuses on two high-level outcomes covering life expectancy and reducing inequalities in life expectancy.
Introduction The Census tells us that more than 322,000 households were living in the Cambridge housing sub-region in 2011. Of these approximately: • 210,000 were owner-occupiers and 3,700 were shared owners