Data and Statistics Bill

  • enacted
36 Consultation on census

Before determining the manner of taking, and the data to be collected in, a census of population and dwellings, the Statistician must consult, in the manner that the Statistician thinks appropriate,—

(a)

the public sector agencies and the Offices of Parliament that, in the opinion of the Statistician, have a particular interest in the census:

(b)

the public generally:

(c)

the individuals and organisations that, in the opinion of the Statistician, have a particular interest in the census.