Super Output Area Population (LSOA, MSOA), London

Lower and Middle Super Output Area populations by single year of age for both current and previous boundaries. Data for previous boundaries has been apportioned by the Greater London Authority. Areas that have merged were calculated using proportions from previous Mid-year population estimates (pre-revision) and applying it to the current estimates. Data downloads: Lower Super Output Areas (LSOA) 2001-2013 (ONS data released Oct-14): - current LSOA boundaries (2011) (ZIP 13MB) - previous LSOA boundaries (2001) (ZIP 15MB) Middle Super Output Areas (MSOA) 2002-2013 (ONS data released Oct-14): - current MSOA boundaries (2011) (Excel 17MB) - previous MSOA boundaries (2001) (Excel 18MB) The data is presented by sex and single year of age and also in a custom-age tool. Simply enter the age group required for males and females and the tool will automatically calculate the figure. NB Data for current boundaries includes single year of age data for 85-89, while data for previous boundaries contains single years up to 85+. Download from ONS  or new ONS page.

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Author Office for National Statistics
Maintainer Opinion Research and General Statistics (GLA)
Last Updated September 26, 2015, 15:17 (UTC)
Created September 26, 2015, 15:17 (UTC)
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