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NI 198 - Children travelling to school mode of transport usually used

Proportion of school aged children in full time education travelling to school by the mode of travel that they usually use. Mode of transport is defined as six modes: cars, including vans and...

NI 198 Children travelling to school mode of transport usually used

Proportion of school aged children in full time education travelling to school by the mode of travel that they usually use. Mode of transport is defined as six modes: cars, including vans and...

1981 Census - 100% Usual Residence Transfers

Historical Data

Births by Area of Usual Residence of Mother, UK

Annual data on birth registrations. The tables contain summary data for live births for local authorities and health areas including figures by age of mother. Source agency: Office for National...

NI 198k - Children travelling to school - mode of transport usually used - Pupils aged 11-16 - by cycling

Proportion of school aged children in full time education travelling to school by the mode of travel that they usually use. Mode of transport is defined as six modes: cars, including vans and...

NI 198m - Children travelling to school - mode of transport usually used - Pupils aged 5-16 - by car

Proportion of school aged children in full time education travelling to school by the mode of travel that they usually use. Mode of transport is defined as six modes: cars, including vans and...

NI 198e - Children travelling to school - mode of transport usually used - Pupils aged 5-10 - by cycling

Proportion of school aged children in full time education travelling to school by the mode of travel that they usually use. Mode of transport is defined as six modes: cars, including vans and...

NI 198p - Children travelling to school - mode of transport usually used - Pupils aged 5-16 - by walking

Proportion of school aged children in full time education travelling to school by the mode of travel that they usually use. Mode of transport is defined as six modes: cars, including vans and...

NI 198a - Children travelling to school - mode of transport usually used - Pupils aged 5-10 - by car

Proportion of school aged children in full time education travelling to school by the mode of travel that they usually use. Mode of transport is defined as six modes: cars, including vans and...

NI 198q - Children travelling to school - mode of transport usually used - Pupils aged 5-16 - by cycling

Proportion of school aged children in full time education travelling to school by the mode of travel that they usually use. Mode of transport is defined as six modes: cars, including vans and...

NI 198d - Children travelling to school - mode of transport usually used - Pupils aged 5-10 - by walking

Proportion of school aged children in full time education travelling to school by the mode of travel that they usually use. Mode of transport is defined as six modes: cars, including vans and...

NI 198g - Children travelling to school - mode of transport usually used - Pupils aged 11-16 - by car

Proportion of school aged children in full time education travelling to school by the mode of travel that they usually use. Mode of transport is defined as six modes: cars, including vans and...

NI 198j - Children travelling to school - mode of transport usually used - Pupils aged 11-16 - by walking

Proportion of school aged children in full time education travelling to school by the mode of travel that they usually use. Mode of transport is defined as six modes: cars, including vans and...

NI 198l - Children travelling to school - mode of transport usually used - Pupils aged 11-16 - by other

Proportion of school aged children in full time education travelling to school by the mode of travel that they usually use. Mode of transport is defined as six modes: cars, including vans and...

NI 198r - Children travelling to school - mode of transport usually used - Pupils aged 5-16 - by cycling

Proportion of school aged children in full time education travelling to school by the mode of travel that they usually use. Mode of transport is defined as six modes: cars, including vans and...

NI 198f - Children travelling to school - mode of transport usually used - Pupils aged 5-10 - by other

Proportion of school aged children in full time education travelling to school by the mode of travel that they usually use. Mode of transport is defined as six modes: cars, including vans and...

Business As Usual emissions projections and Marginal Abatement Cost Curves for all sectors and countries covered by the EU ETS

These are inputs into the BEIS Carbon Price Models, which are used for analysis, including for estimating impacts on the carbon price of policy changes, and for producing BEIS's updated short-term...

Emergency admissions for acute conditions that should not usually require hospital admission (CCGOIS 3.1)

Directly age and sex standardised admission rate for emergency admissions for acute conditions that should not usually require hospital admission per 100,000 registered patients, 95% confidence...

Emergency admissions for acute conditions that should not usually require hospital admission (NHSOF 3a)

The indicator measures the number of emergency admissions to hospital in England for acute conditions such as ear/nose/throat infections, kidney/urinary tract infections and angina, among others,...

Emergency hospital admissions and timely surgery: chronic conditions usually managed in primary care

Emergency admissions to hospital for chronic conditions (asthma, diabetes) usually managed in primary care settings Source: Hospital Episode Statistics (HES), Office for National Statistics...