London poulation growth
You can click this one to expand it.
As the British Empire expanded, so did London's importance as one of the world's major trading cities, and shortly after , London reached the 1,, resident milestone for the first time. Between and , 3. In February , we hit 8. So here at Londonist we thought we'd look at where this growth is coming from. You can click this one to expand it. Pushing out The 8. We'd suggest this is down to the recession, and people preferring to stay put than risk moving to the home counties. Londinium, as it was known, quickly became the capital of Rome 's Britannia province, and by the 2nd century AD, Londinium was a thriving trade center with a population of around 60, people. We're making more of our own Londoners. Different definitions of London Estimating London's population is made more complicated by the various ways of defining the city. The section on ethnicity below, compiled using census data from the ONS provides details of the ethnicity of London residents compared to residents of England and Wales. According to the census, , people living in London were born in India. Of the 8. Where will the next generation of Londoners come from? Total registrations fell 16 per cent in the last year , to just over 58,, with a divergence in the number of EU and non-EU registrations.
The people of London have varied religions. Total registrations fell 16 per cent in the last yearto just over 58, with a divergence in the number of EU and non-EU registrations.
The most common country of birth for London residents outside of the UK is India. The latest data from the census recorded that In the decades immediately following the war, London was very much not the place to be.
Image: CityMetric. Click to expand. Source: London Datastore.
based on 22 review