Origin destination statistics
Origin destination statistics deal with the movement of people. This can include migration or travel to work or study.
Most origin destination from the 2011 census is published for all of the UK. Find out more about accessing UK-wide origin destination statistics on the Office for National Statistics website.
View details of all origin destination tables available across the UK using the table finder tool on the Nomis website.
Detailed UK migration statistics
The Detailed UK Migration Statistics contain information about migration into and within the UK.
These tables are available for a range of geographies across the UK. They are produced at both individual and household levels, and show key characteristics for:
- the population in an area
- people moving in or out of the area
Detailed UK migration statistics tables have been built at the lowest possible level of geography while remaining anonymous. Most are at MSOA/Intermediate Zone, Ward and local authority level.
Read some key points on the migration tables.
We have produced some extra tables to help people who are not familiar with Nomis, and to support the key points analysis.
These migration flow tables cover the whole of the UK and have data down to council area level.
- migration flows of individuals by age and sex
- origin and destination of international migrants
- migration flows of people who lived at a student address one year ago
These are 3 UK-wide tables about workplaces, available down to council level.
They cover the location of usual residence and place of work by:
- method of travel to work
We have produced some key points about the workplace tables.
You can also download additional tables on workplaces.