How Chiswick has changed in 10 years

Jan 26, 2023
The latest Census 2021 figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) reveal what has changed in every local authority district in England and Wales.
Find out how life has changed for people living in Chiswick, W4 by choosing either Hounslow or Ealing local authority results via the ONS website.
Read 'Counting Chiswick – what the data from the 2021 census reveals' by Michael Robinson on local news website Chiswick Calendar.
The census covers changes in median age, working hours, ethnic group, religion and more, with a whole article dedicated to each individual local authority area. In housing for example, the results reveal the rise in private renting.
•   The percentage of private renting in Hounslow increased from 23.4% in 2011 to 30.9% in 2021. During the same period, the percentage in nearby Richmond upon Thames increased from 21.8% to 24.7%.
•   In Ealing, the percentage of private renting increased from 27.5% in 2011 to 34.0% in 2021. During the same period, the percentage across England increased from 16.8% to 20.5%.
The census also shares details about the local population: by family units, marital status, employment, country of birth, disability, unpaid carers, health and national identity.
Census maps Housing, for example, allows you to search specific areas in Chiswick covering accommodation type, occupancy rate and whether a household owns or rents.
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