The Neighbourhood Statistics team would like to thank all our customers and especially our data providers from NISRA and beyond for helping make 2011 another very successful year for NINIS.
We sincerely wish you all a very Merry Christmas and extend our best wishes to you all for 2012. We look forward to working with you all in the coming year.
To view an area profile, enter a postcode or street name from the NINIS homepage here
As part of its ongoing user consultation, the Northern Ireland Statistics & Research Agency (NISRA)
is organising three information events to discuss proposals for the outputs from the 2011 Census.
The purpose of the events will be:
- to provide an update on the 2011 Census operation;
- to discuss the proposed outputs and release timetable; and
- to overview proposals for the dissemination of the outputs.
The proposed locations and dates are as follows:
- Belfast Tuesday 31st January
- Derry Wednesday 1st February
- Enniskillen Thursday 2nd February
To register to attend one of the events, please follow this link:
Census Outputs Event Registration
From November, 9 datasets were added to the NINIS website.
The Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety have provided the following datasets.
NISRA's Central Survey Unit have provided data from the Continuous Household Survey and the Family Resources Survey.
Land and Property Services NI have provided a 2011 update to the Average Capital Value for Domestic Properties dataset.
The Department for Enterprise & Learning has provided data on the Steps to Work Programme for 2010.
The Department of the Environment have provided 2011 data for Municipal Recycling Rates at Local Government District level
The Department of Justice have provided data from the 2010/11 Crime Survey
All updated datasets can be found in the
The Registrar General Northern Ireland Annual Report 2010
This is the 89th Annual Report of the Registrar General of Northern Ireland
The full report can be downloaded as a PDF file here
The first chapter provides detailed demographic statistics for Northern Ireland and highlights recent demographic trends in the data.
The second chapter discusses the Seasonality of Mortality in Northern Ireland and has been written by Dr Chris Morris, an independent social researcher.
The statistical tables, which made up the bulk of the reports prior to 2004, are now available for download from the Tables section.