The Census happens every 10 years and provides a picture of all the people and households in England and Wales. It aims to count all people and households at the same time, allowing comparison between different areas of the country and different groups of people.
The information from the Census enables central and local government to more effectively target resources and plan service delivery.
The Census has been carried out every 10 years since 1801, with the exception of 1941. The most recent Census was held on 21 March 2021.
Results from the Census 2021 are being released in phases with the full data expected in Spring/Summer 2023. Summaries of the Census 2021 data released to date are below:
- Solihull 2021 Census Profile
- How the population changed in Solihull: Census 2021
- The geographic divide in general health, disability and unpaid care
- Create a custom Census 2021 dataset
The Solihull 2011 Census Profile provides headline statistics for the borough at the time of the 2011 Census. The reports below provide detailed analysis of a range of key topics:
- 2011 Census Employment and Skills
- 2011 Census Ethnicity, Religion and Identity
- 2011 Census Health, Care and Older People
- 2011 Census Households and Housing
- 2011 Census Population and Demography
Full Census Results 1921 onwards
Census data for Solihull and the rest of the country since 1921 is available through the Official census and labour market statistics website.