Office for National Statistics

Executive office of the UK Statistics Authority, a non-ministerial department which reports directly to the UK Parliament.

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UK Statistics Authority

The UK Statistics Authority (UKSA, Awdurdod Ystadegau'r DU) is a non-ministerial government department of the Government of the United Kingdom responsible for oversight of the Office for National Statistics, maintaining a national code of practice for official statistics, and accrediting statistics that comply with the Code as National Statistics.

Central Statistical Office (United Kingdom)

British government department charged with the collection and publication of economic statistics for the United Kingdom.

British government department charged with the collection and publication of economic statistics for the United Kingdom.

It preceded the Office for National Statistics.

Registrar-General's Office, Sydney Australia (1872)

Office of Population Censuses and Surveys

Created in May 1970 through the merger of the General Register Office and the Government Social Survey Department.

Created in May 1970 through the merger of the General Register Office and the Government Social Survey Department.

Registrar-General's Office, Sydney Australia (1872)

It was a forerunner and constituent, with the UK Central Statistical Office, of the Office for National Statistics, in which they combined in 1996 under a single director who, from 2000 was also known as the National Statistician.

Government Statistical Service

Community of all civil servants in the United Kingdom who work in the collection, production and communication of official statistics.

Community of all civil servants in the United Kingdom who work in the collection, production and communication of official statistics.

Members of the GSS work in the Office for National Statistics, most UK Government departments, and the devolved administrations.

Registrar-General's Office, Sydney Australia (1872)

General Register Office

Name given to the civil registry in the United Kingdom, many other Commonwealth nations and Ireland.

Name given to the civil registry in the United Kingdom, many other Commonwealth nations and Ireland.

Registrar-General's Office, Sydney Australia (1872)

With the creation of the Office for National Statistics in 1996, the post of Registrar General was merged with that of Head of the Government Statistical Service, who became the National Statistician.

Titchfield St Peter's Church in 2006

Titchfield

Village in southern Hampshire, by the River Meon.

Village in southern Hampshire, by the River Meon.

Titchfield St Peter's Church in 2006
Titchfield Abbey in 2005

Just outside Titchfield is one of the offices of the Office for National Statistics.

Geocode cells of Geohash, with 8 (blue) and 9 (yellow) digits, a typical hierarchical grid, comparing with latitude-longitude (12 or more digits). A museum is a typical location to be pointed by a geocode, its gate need ~20 meters of precision.

ONS coding system

Geocode cells of Geohash, with 8 (blue) and 9 (yellow) digits, a typical hierarchical grid, comparing with latitude-longitude (12 or more digits). A museum is a typical location to be pointed by a geocode, its gate need ~20 meters of precision.

ONS codes are geocodes maintained by the United Kingdom's Office for National Statistics to represent a wide range of geographical areas of the UK, for use in tabulating census and other statistical data.

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University of Southampton

Public research university in Southampton, England.

Public research university in Southampton, England.

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The arrival of Prime Minister Lord Palmerston for the opening of the Hartley Institute on 15 October 1862
Front of the Hartley Library, constructed in the 1930s after the move to Highfield Campus, with the support of private donors.
Toastrack, a 1929 Dennis GL that has been owned by the University of Southampton Engineering Society since 1958.
The Gardens on the west half of Highfield Campus were landscaped by Basil Spence and feature artwork by Barbara Hepworth.
Aerial view of the Highfield Campus
Avenue Campus
National Oceanography Centre, Southampton
Chilworth Manor, part of the University of Southampton Science Park
A Unilink double-decker bus passing through Highfield Campus
The George Thomas Student Services Building on Highfield Campus where the university management is located.
Institute of Sound and Vibration Research Building
Exterior of the 2005 extension to the Hartley Library
The Nuffield Theatre, Southampton
The Turner Sims Concert Hall on Highfield Campus.
The Students' Union Building on Highfield Campus
Old block of Glen Eyre halls of residence
Wide Lane Sports Ground
Justine Greening, MP
Sir Nigel Shadbolt, computer scientist

Tim Holt, former President of the Royal Statistical Society and Office for National Statistics.

Christchurch, Dorset

Town and civil parish in Dorset on the south coast of England.

Town and civil parish in Dorset on the south coast of England.

Christchurch Castle ruins
Hart's Fusee Factory, built in 1845. The manufacture of fusee chains was an important industry in 19th-century Christchurch.
A P-47 Thunderbolt of the 405th Fighter Wing at RAF Christchurch, 1944
Christchurch Civic Offices
Christchurch Harbour with the Clay Pool (bottom right) where the rivers Avon and Stour converge. Stanpit Marsh (centre left), Wick (centre right) and Hengistbury Head (top right). The thin line of beach huts at the top left reveals the position of Mudeford Spit with the Isle of Wight on the horizon.
Monday market, Christchurch High Street.
The Mayor's Parlour and Saxon Square
The Constable's House, a Grade I listed Norman dwelling
Christchurch Priory dates from the 11th century
Place Mill
Christchurch railway station
Christchurch Library
John Stuart, 3rd Earl of Bute, Prime Minister between 1762–63, owned a mansion house in Christchurch

The Office for National Statistics predicted that by 2031, the percentage of residents over 65 will rise to 37.9.

Karen Dunnell, former UK National Statistician, April 2008

Karen Dunnell

American-born British medical sociologist and civil servant.

American-born British medical sociologist and civil servant.

Karen Dunnell, former UK National Statistician, April 2008

She was National Statistician and Chief Executive of the Office for National Statistics of the United Kingdom and head of the Government Statistical Service from 1 September 2005 until retiring on 28 August 2009.