These are the official revised population estimates for Warwickshire. The mid-year population estimates are used directly as a base for other secondary population statistics, such as population projections, population estimates of the very old and population estimates for small geographical areas. The mid-year population estimates are an important input for a wide number of economic and social statistics. Main users include central and local government and the health sector, where they are used for planning and monitoring service delivery, resource allocation and managing the economy as well as being of interest to the general public.
- Warwickshire’s population, mid-2019 estimates – published: July 2020
- Warwickshire’s population, mid-2018 estimates – published: June 2019
- Warwickshire’s population, mid-2017 estimates – published: June 2018
- Warwickshire CCG population, mid-2017 estimates – published: June 2018
- Population Pyramids, mid-2017 estimates – published: June 2018
Population and household projections
These latest 2016-based household projections provide statistics on the potential future number of households in England and its local authorities up to 2041.
– published: September 2018
The 2016-based subnational population projections provide statistics on the potential future size and age structure of the population in England at region, county, local authority, clinical commissioning group and NHS England region levels. They are used as a common framework for informing local level policy and planning as they are produced in a consistent way. They were also used in the production of the 2016-based household projections for local authorities, published in September 2018…”
– published: May 2018