Summary of the latest population estimates.
Total population - 2012 to 2013
|Area||2012 population||2013 population|
|Amber Valley Borough||122,700||123,500|
|Derbyshire Dales District||71,300||71,300|
|High Peak Borough||91,100||91,100|
|North East Derbyshire District||99,300||99,300|
|South Derbyshire District||96,000||97,100|
Population change - 2012 to 2013
|Amber Valley Borough||800||0.7%||100||700|
|Derbyshire Dales District||0||0.0%||-200||200|
|High Peak Borough||0||0.0%||100||-100|
|North East Derbyshire District||0||0.0%||-200||200|
|South Derbyshire District||1,100||1.1%||300||800|
Source: Registrar General's 2013 Mid-Year Estimates, ONS, © Crown Copyright, June 2014
Natural change is the net effect of births and deaths in the area.
Residual migration is the difference between total change and natural change."Derbyshire" refers to the area administered by Derbyshire County Council which excludes the city of Derby.
Additional population statistics are available in the Derbyshire Observatory (opens in a new window).
For further information please contact:
Barbara Ackrill on 01629 538253 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org