If not working in the last 7 days as an employee, self-employed or freelance, temporarily away from work ill, on holiday or temporarily laid off, on maternity or paternity leave, or doing any other kind of paid work, whether or not the person was—. Whether the person describes themselves as: of no religion, Christian, Buddhist, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim, Sikh, or of any other religion (stating which). is responsible for paying household bills and expenses there. (i)in relation to an address in Group A, if the address is the usual address of that person, whether as a member of the household, paying guest, boarder, employee or otherwise (and ignoring any residence at any address in Group F, or any residence at a second address outside the United Kingdom provided that the person intends to remain outside the United Kingdom for less than 12 months); (ii)in relation to an address in Group B or C, if that person has resided or intends to reside at the address for a period of 6 months or more beginning on or before census day; (iii)in relation to an address in Group D, if that person is registered or otherwise enrolled as a full-time pupil or student at a residential or other educational establishment and living in accommodation provided solely for such pupils or students by or on behalf of the educational establishment and the address is a term-time address; (iv)in relation to an address in Group E, if that person—, (aa)is in custody beginning on or before census day, whether at the address or elsewhere, and awaiting sentence, transfer, removal or deportation; or. Every person present on census night who has no usual address. Charity numbers: 306101 (England and Wales) and SC038437 (Scotland). The census helps us understand what our society needs now and what it’s likely to need in the future. A person is a “reckonable visitor” at an address if they stay overnight at that address on census night but do not qualify as a “usual resident” at that address, or if they are a visitor from outside the United Kingdom and intend to stay for less than 3 months. 1946 c. 36; section 6(2) was modified by article 3(3) of the Scotland Act 1998 (Transitory and Transitional Provisions) (Statutory Instruments) Order 1999 (S.I. Other ethnic group and whether Arab or any other ethnic group (stating which). Every usual resident or reckonable visitor at the premises or on the vessel. 25. whether the householder (or person authorised to act on the householder’s behalf) reasonably believes that a usual resident has elected to make an individual return under article 5(5)(a) or (b). 24. We use this information to make the website work as well as possible and improve our services. This site additionally contains content derived from EUR-Lex, reused under the terms of the Commission Decision 2011/833/EU on the reuse of documents from the EU institutions. This Order may be cited as the Census (England and Wales) Order 2020 and it shall come into force on the day after the day on which it is made. Whether or not the person suffers from any physical or mental health conditions or illnesses lasting or expecting to last at least 12 months or more. 22. An impact assessment has not been produced for this instrument as no, or no significant, impact on the private, voluntary or public sector is foreseen. “census night” means the night of 21st March into 22nd March 2021; “dwelling” includes any part of a dwelling and any caravan, boat, vehicle, temporary building or other structure used as living accommodation; “household” means one person living alone or a group of people (whether related or not) living at the same address who share cooking facilities and any one or more of the following—, “householder” in relation to an address means a person who is a usual resident at that address and either—, owns or rents accommodation at that address, or. (b)in the absence of any such person capable of making a return, any person authorised to act on behalf of the householder or joint householders. (b)a member of staff or the owner of the establishment; (c)a family member or partner of a member of staff or of the owner of the establishment; or. These are persons who live by themselves, householders (as defined), any member of a household who has requested an individual return, every usual resident of addresses in Groups B to F in Schedule 1, every person specified in relation to Group G of Schedule 1 to the Order, and, where a home is occupied exclusively by visitors, the persons who would normally be the usual residents of the home. Whether the person has completed an apprenticeship. Accept cookies Cookie settings. Dependent on the legislation item being viewed this may include: Click 'View More' or select 'More Resources' tab for additional information including: All content is available under the Open Government Licence v3.0 except where otherwise stated. (3) Subject to the exceptions in paragraph (4), every individual return made in accordance with article 5(5), (8), (9) or (10) must state—. The functions of the National Assembly for Wales under article 4 are now vested in the Welsh Ministers by virtue of paragraph 30 of Schedule 11 to the Government of Wales Act 2006 (c. 32). a member of a household to which article 5(4) applies. The National Records of Scotland (NRS) also reported on the same date that it was proposing to the Scottish Government that a census in Scotland should also … Whether the person’s main language is English (or for returns in Wales, Welsh or English) or another language (stating which). Pursuant to section 1(2) of the 1920 Act, each House of Parliament has by resolution approved those provisions of the Order which prescribe particulars with respect to the matters mentioned in paragraph 6 of the Schedule to that Act (any other matters with respect to which it is desirable to obtain statistical information with a view to ascertaining the social or civil condition of the population). (b)if any reckonable visitor is present on census night, the visitor particulars; (d)in respect of each usual resident (other than a usual resident whom the person required to make the return under article 5(1) or (3) reasonably believes has elected to make an individual return under article 5(5)(a), or a usual resident who has elected to make an individual return under article 5(5)(b))—. Article 2 defines various terms used in the Order, including “usual resident” and “reckonable visitor”. 15. or both and “joint householder” is to be interpreted accordingly; “individual return”, in relation to any person, means a return made with respect to that person only; “reckonable visitor” has the meaning given in paragraph (3)(b); “usual resident” has the meaning given in paragraph (3)(a).