You can find statistics about population, economy, environment, employment, health and welling and equality and welfare on the Essex Open Data website.
The ward profiles show the economic and social data for all of Harlow's 11 wards.
- Bush Fair (pdf)
- Church Langley (pdf)
- Great Parndon (pdf)
- Harlow Common (pdf)
- Little Parndon and Hare Street (pdf)
- Mark Hall (pdf)
- Netteswell (pdf)
- Old Harlow (pdf)
- Staple Tye (pdf)
- Sumners and Kingsmoor (pdf)
- Toddbrook (pdf)
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) carries out a national Census every 10 years. The latest Census took place on 21 March 2021.
The first release of Census 2021 data is now available.
See how the population has changed in Harlow from the Census 2021 results on the ONS website.
You can see the full data set of estimates of the number of people by sex and age for all local authorities in England and Wales on the ONS website.
To explain the data the ONS have published a bulletin on the rounded population and household estimates for England and Wales.
Essex County Council has published some analysis of the 2021 data covering the whole county and showing the change from 2011.