The 14 Health Board Areas (HBAs) are responsible for local health care in Scotland. Following a change in legislation in 2014, the Health Board Area boundaries were re-aligned to follow the combined area of each local authority that they serve.
You can now access Scotland's Census 2011 via 'DataShine Scotland', a visualisation tool from University College London (UCL). 'DataShine Scotland' utilises the DataShine framework to map the various Key and Quick Statistics from Scotland’s Census 2011. See an example screenshot below and visit Datashine Scotland.
Mnemonic reference (code): KINPS11
Type: Derived variable
Publication of the standard set of statistical outputs from Scotland’s 2011 Census was completed in January. Since then we have been progressing the production and publication of various supplementary outputs. As part of that work we have compiled a number of additional tables on the labour market characteristics of the population aged 75 and over. These are intended to supplement the tables included in the standard set of outputs (which were generally based on the population aged 16 to 74).
Today the Scottish Government has published a report that presents findings from the analysis of Scotland's Census 2011 on the characteristics and experiences of recent and established migrants in Scotland. This can be viewed and downloaded on the Scottish Government website.
Census 2011: Release 3N - Detailed characteristics on Scotland's population
The statistics published today by the Registrar General for Scotland on the Scotland’s Census website (http://www.scotlandscensus.gov.uk ) present further details on Scotlands's population (Release 3N), from national to local level.