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This is a draft item of legislation. This draft has since been made as a Scottish Statutory Instrument: The Census (Scotland) Order 2010 No. 187
Articles 2(3), 4(2) and 5
|Premises, vessel or other place||Persons|
|Any dwelling occupied by a household.||Every person who—|
|(a)||is usually resident in the dwelling;|
|(b)||not being a person to whom paragraph (a) above refers, is in full-time education and has a home address in the dwelling.|
|Any hotel or guest house.||Every person who is usually resident in the premises and who has not been included in any other return in the United Kingdom.|
|Any hospital, nursing home, religious or charitable community or other residential establishment whatsoever, not being an establishment mentioned elsewhere in this Schedule.||Every person who is usually resident in the premises and who has not been included in any other return in the United Kingdom.|
|Any residential school, college or other educational establishment.||Every person who is usually resident in the premises.|
|Any civil prison or other place of detention.||Every person who is usually resident in the premises and who has not been included in any other return in the United Kingdom.|
|Any vessel which is at a port in Scotland at midnight ending census day, barracks, station or other premises under naval, military or air force discipline.||Every person who is usually resident on the vessel or in the premises and who has not been included in any other return in the United Kingdom.|
|Any other place not included in the above Groups.||Every person who has no usual address.|
Article 6(1), (2), (3), (4) and (5)
1. The total number of people who are usually resident and for each person who is usually resident that person’s connection to the household and whether an individual form is being completed by that person.
2. For any person specified in column (2) of Group I, that person’s relationship to the first person mentioned in the return, and, as the case may be, where there are 5 or fewer persons in the household, the relationship of each of the previous persons mentioned in the return and where there are 6 or more persons in the household, the relationship of the sixth and subsequent persons to the two previously mentioned persons in the return.
3. First name and last name.
5. Date of birth.
6. As regards marital or same-sex civil partnership status, whether—
(a)never married or in a registered same-sex civil partnership;
(c)in a registered same-sex civil partnership;
(d)separated, but still legally married;
(e)separated, but still legally in a same-sex civil partnership;
(g)formerly in a same sex civil partnership which is now legally dissolved;
(i)surviving partner from a same sex civil partnership.
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. Country of birth and, if not born in the United Kingdom, month and year of most recent arrival to live in the United Kingdom.
9. Whether or not looking after, or giving any help or support to, family members, friends, neighbours or others because of either long-term physical or mental ill-health or disability, or because of problems related to old age and, if so, number of hours spent on this in a typical week excluding anything done as part of any paid employment.
10. In respect of any person whose usual residence on 27th March 2010 was not the same as on census day, the usual residence on 27th March 2010, if any.
11. The address of the person’s main place of work or study.
12. The usual mode of transport used for the longest part, by distance, of the usual journey to the person’s main place of work or study.
13. As regards the person’s religion, religious denomination or body they belong to, whether—
(b)Church of Scotland;
(d)other Christian and if so stating which;
(j)another religion or body and if so stating which.
14. As regards national identity, whether—
(f)other national identity or identities and if so stating which.
15. As regards ethnic group, whether—
(a)White and if so, whether—
(vi)other White ethnic group and if so stating which;
(b)Mixed or multiple ethnic groups and if so stating which;
(c)Asian, Asian Scottish or Asian British and if so, whether—
(i)Pakistani, Pakistani Scottish or Pakistani British;
(ii)Indian, Indian Scottish or Indian British;
(iii)Bangladeshi, Bangladeshi Scottish or Bangladeshi British;
(iv)Chinese, Chinese Scottish or Chinese British; or
(v)other Asian, Asian Scottish or Asian British background if so stating which;
(d)African and if so, whether—
(i)African, African Scottish or African British; or
(ii)any other African background if so stating which; or
(e)Caribbean or Black and if so whether—
(i)Caribbean, Caribbean Scottish or Caribbean British;
(ii)Black, Black Scottish or Black British; or
(iii)any other Caribbean or Black background if so stating which; or
(f)other ethnic group and if so, whether—
(i)Arab, Arab Scottish or Arab British; or
(ii)other ethnic group and if so stating which.
16. In respect of any person—
(a)whether or not able to—
(i)understand, speak, read or write English;
(ii)understand, speak, read or write Scottish Gaelic; and
(iii)understand, speak, read or write Scots;
(b)extent of ability to speak English; and
(c)whether a language other than English is used in the accommodation occupied by the household and if so stating which.
17. Whether the person’s health is on the whole very good, good, fair, bad or very bad.
18. Whether the person has a condition that has lasted, or is expected to last, at least 12 months and if so, whether—
(a)deafness or partial hearing loss;
(b)blindness or partial sight loss;
(c)a learning disability (for example Down’s syndrome);
(d)a learning difficulty (for example dyslexia);
(e)a developmental disorder (for example autistic spectrum disorder or Asperger’s syndrome);
(f)a physical disability;
(g)a mental health condition;
(h)a long-term illness, disease or condition; or
(i)another condition and if so stating which.
19. Whether or not the person has a health problem or disability which limits day-to-day activities and which has lasted, or is expected to last, at least 12 months.
20. In respect of any person aged 16 years or over on census day, the levels of academic and vocational qualifications obtained (including foreign qualifications).
21. In respect of any person aged 16 years or over, whether or not that person was at any time during the week preceding census day—
(a)working as an employee;
(b)on a Government sponsored training scheme;
(c)self employed or freelance;
(d)working paid or unpaid for his or her own or family business;
(e)away from work ill, on maternity leave, on holiday or temporarily laid off; or
(f)doing any other kind of paid work.
22. In respect of any person aged 16 years or over, who was not doing any work at any time during the week preceding census day,—
(a)whether or not that person was actively looking for any kind of paid work during the 4 weeks preceding census day;
(b)whether or not, if a job had been available during the week preceding census day, that person could have started it within 2 weeks;
(c)whether or not, during the week preceding census day, that person was waiting to start a job already obtained;
(d)whether, during the week preceding census day, that person was retired, was a student, was looking after home or family, was permanently sick or disabled or was not working due to another reason; and
(e)whether or not that person has ever worked and, if so, the year in which that person last worked.
23. In respect of any person who has ever worked and who is aged 16 years or over, for the main job that person was doing during the week preceding census day, or if not working during that week, for that person’s last main job—
(a)whether that person was an employee, self employed or freelance without employees, or self employed with employees;
(b)what was the full and specific title of that person’s main job;
(c)what activities were undertaken by that person;
(d)whether or not that person supervised any other employees;
(e)how many hours a week that person usually worked;
(f)what was the main activity of that person’s employer or business; and
(g)the full name of the organisation that person worked for, or, as the case may be, that there was no such organisation.
24. Whether the living accommodation occupied by the household to which the return relates is a—
(a)whole house or bungalow and if so, whether—
(ii)semi detached; or
(iii)terraced (including end terrace);
(b)flat, maisonette or apartment and if so, whether—
(i)in a tenement or purpose built block of flats (including ‘4-in-a-block’);
(ii)part of a converted or shared house (including bed sits); or
(iii)in a commercial building; or
(c)caravan or other mobile or temporary structure.
25. Whether or not the accommodation occupied by the household to which the return relates is self contained.
26. 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.
27. Whether the household to which the return relates—
(a)owns the accommodation outright;
(b)owns the accommodation with a loan or a loan secured over heritable property;
(c)pays part rent and part loan secured over heritable property;
(d)rents the accommodation; or
(e)lives in the accommodation rent free.
28. Where the household rents the accommodation or lives in the accommodation rent free, whether the landlord is—
(a)a local authority;
(b)housing association or registered social landlord;
(c)private landlord or letting agent;
(d)employer of a household member;
(e)relative or a friend of household member; or
(f)other category of landlord.
29. Whether or not the accommodation to which the return relates has central heating and if so which type.
30. Number of cars and vans owned, or available for use, by one or more members of the household to which the return relates.
31. In respect of visitors—
(a)the number of visitors who are present at the address on census night; and
(i)have a permanent or family home elsewhere in the United Kingdom;
(ii)usually live outside the United Kingdom and are staying in the United Kingdom for less than 6 months;
(iii)usually live somewhere else in the United Kingdom; or
(iv)are visiting as a holiday.
32. In respect of any visitor, that person’s usual or permanent address.
33. Where the person is usually resident in a household and has elected to make a return under article 5(4), that person’s number within that household.
34. Where the person is usually resident in a communal establishment whether that person is—
(b)a member of staff or the owner of the establishment; or
(c)a family member or partner of a member of staff or the owner.
1. Number of individual forms issued.
2. Number of individual forms collected.
3. The number of visitors who are present at the establishment on census night.
4. Type of establishment which may include—
(a)the nature of the establishment;
(b)the category or categories of person which the establishment caters for, the physical or mental condition attributable to that category or those categories of person and the type of services which the establishment provides; and
(c)the person or body who is responsible for the management of the establishment.
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