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Birmingham population statistics

In 2017, there were 2M residents in Birmingham postcode area with an average age of 37.5 years. Population density was 1.7k residents per square kilometer. In England and Wales, the average age was 40. Based on Census, there were 2.54 residents per household in 2011.

2M

total residents
estimates 2017

37.5

average age
estimates 2017

1.7k

population density
estimates 2017

2.54

residents per household
Census 2011

Birmingham population density map

shows a number of residents per square kilometer(km2), estimates from 2017.

Birmingham population density map

Birmingham population average age map

Population average age by LSOA(County) in 2017.

Birmingham population average age map

Birmingham population growth

Total population per year outlines headcount differences.

Birmingham population growth

Birmingham births and deaths

by a year. Figures are for deaths registered, rather than deaths occurring in each calendar year. It can take months for a death referred to a coroner to be registered.

Birmingham births and deaths

Birmingham population pyramid

shows the distribution of various age groups in a population in 2017. Females shown on the left males shown on the left.

Birmingham population pyramid by year

Birmingham population share by decade of age

Ordered from most to least populous age group, 2017.

Birmingham population share by decade of age by year

Birmingham population by working age group

age grouphead-countshare in population
0-15423k21.5%
16-641.2M62.9%
65+306k15.6%

Birmingham average age rank

Comparison of postcode area average age to other postcode areas, 2017 population estimates.

Birmingham average age rank by year

Birmingham population average age

Annual area statistics of population average age compared to country statistics.

Birmingham population average age by year

Birmingham residential areas map

Purple-colored area is a business or an industrial area. Green-colored area is more quite and better for living. Mapping is based on UK Census 2011 data. Color is ratio of number of residents divided by a number of workday people.

Birmingham residential areas map

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Birmingham population changes

Birmingham crime statistics

Birmingham salary and unemployment

Birmingham home features

Birmingham real estate market

Birmingham home energy certificates

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