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Article 6(1), (2), (3), (4) and (5)

SCHEDULE 2Particulars to be stated in returns

1.  First name and surname of each member of the household who is usually resident at the address to which the return relates indicating whether an individual form is being completed by that member.

2.  The first name and surname of the householder or joint householder or of the first person mentioned in the return and, for any person specified in column (2) of Group I, first name and surname and relationship to householder or joint householder or to the first person mentioned in the return, and, as the case may be, where there are 6 or less persons in the household, the relationship to each of the previous persons mentioned in the return and where there are 7 or more persons in the household, the relationship of the seventh and subsequent persons to the two previously mentioned persons in the return.

3.  First name and surname.

4.  Sex.

5.  Date of birth.

6.  Whether single, married, widowed, divorced or separated, and if married, whether first or subsequent subsisting marriage.

7.  Whether or not a schoolchild or student in full-time education and, if yes, whether or not living at the address to which the return relates during the school, college or university term.

8.  In respect of any person, whether or not able to:—

(a)understand spoken Irish;

(b)speak Irish;

(c)read Irish; and

(d)write Irish.

9.—(a) Religion, religious denomination or body, if any; or, if none;

(b)Religion, religious denomination or body brought up in, if any.

10.  Country of birth.

11.  As regards ethnic group, whether—

(a)White;

(b)Chinese;

(c)Irish Traveller;

(d)Indian;

(e)Pakistani;

(f)Bangladeshi;

(g)Black Caribbean;

(h)Black African;

(i)Of another black ethnic group;

(j)Of mixed ethnic group, if so, stating which groups; or

(k)Of any other ethnic group, if so, stating which.

12.  Whether over the last twelve months his health has on the whole been good, fairly good or not good.

13.  Whether or not looking after, or giving any help or support to, family members, friends, neighbours or others because of long-term physical or mental ill-health or disability or because of problems related to old age and, if so, the number of hours spent on this in a typical week excluding anything done as part of any paid employment.

14.  Whether or not suffering from any long-term illness, health problem or disability which limits his daily activities or the work he can do.

15.  In respect of any person whose usual residence on 29th April 2000 was not the same as on census day, the usual residence on 29th April 2000.

16.  In respect of any person aged 16 years or over but under 75 years on census day, the levels of educational and vocational qualifications he has obtained.

17.  In respect of any person aged 16 years or over but under 75 years on census day, whether or not he was at any time during the week preceding census day doing any work as an employee, or on a self-employed or freelance basis or in his own or family business (including a shop or farm) or was on a Government sponsored training scheme.

18.  In respect of any person aged 16 years or over but under 75 years on census day, who was not doing any work at any time during the week preceding census day whether—

(a)he was actively looking for any kind of paid work during the 4 weeks preceding census day;

(b)if a job had been available during the week preceding census day he could have started it within 2 weeks;

(c)during the week preceding census day he was waiting to start a job already obtained;

(d)during the week preceding census day he was retired, a student, looking after home or family, permanently sick or disabled or none of these; and

(e)he has ever worked and, if so, the year he last worked.

19.  In respect of any person aged 16 years or over but under 75 years on census day, for the main job he was doing during the week preceding census day, or if not working during that week, for his last main job—

(a)whether he worked as an employee, or was self-employed with employees or was self-employed or freelance without employees;

(b)how many people worked for his employer at the place where he worked or, if self-employed, how many people he employed;

(c)what was the full title of his main job;

(d)what he did in his main job;

(e)whether or not he supervised any other employees; and

(f)what was the business of his employer at the place where he worked or, if he was self-employed or freelance or had his own business, what was the nature of that business.

20.  In respect of any person aged 16 years or over but under 75 years on census day, for the main job he was doing during the week preceding census day—

(a)the full name of the organisation he works for in his main job or the name of his own business, or, whether self-employed or freelance or working for a private individual;

(b)the address of his main place of work or whether he mainly works at or from home or whether he works on an offshore installation or whether he has no fixed place of work;

(c)the usual mode of transport used for the longest part, by distance, of the usual journey to his main place of work; and

(d)how many hours a week he usually works in his main job.

21.  Whether the living accommodation occupied by the household to which the return relates is a—

(a)whole house or bungalow (and whether detached, semi-detached or terraced (including end-terrace));

(b)flat, maisonette or apartment (and whether in a purpose-built block of flats or tenement, part of a converted or shared house (including bed-sits) or in a commercial building); or

(c)caravan or other mobile or temporary structure.

22.  Whether or not the accommodation occupied by the household to which the return relates is self-contained.

23.  Number of rooms for use only by the household to which the return relates excluding any bathrooms, toilets, halls or landings, or rooms that can only be used for storage.

24.  Whether or not the household to which the return relates has the exclusive use of a bath or shower and toilet.

25.  In respect of the accommodation to which the return relates the lowest floor level on which any other household’s living accommodation is situated.

26.  Whether or not the rooms used by the household to which the return relates are located on more than one floor.

27.  Whether or not the accommodation to which the return relates has central heating.

28.  Number of cars and vans owned, or available for use, by one or more members of the household to which the return relates.

29.  Whether the household to which the return relates—

(a)owns the accommodation outright;

(b)owns the accommodation with a mortgage or loan;

(c)pays part rent and part mortgage;

(d)rents the accommodation; or

(e)lives in the accommodation rent free.

30.  Where the household rents the accommodation or lives in the accommodation rent free, whether the landlord is the Northern Ireland Housing Executive, a housing association or housing co-operative or charitable trust, a private landlord or letting agency, an employer of a household member, a relative or friend of a household member or other category of landlord.

31.  Where the person is usually resident in a household, his person number within that household.

32.  Where the person is usually resident in a communal establishment, whether he—

(a)is a member of the staff or owner of the establishment;

(b)is a relative of a member of the staff or a relative of the owner of the establishment; or

(c)holds some other position in the establishment.