Introduction to Census 2011
At the last Census (held in March 2011), Derby's population was estimated at 248,700. The next Census will not be until 2021. Between censuses, the Office for National Statistics publishes mid-year estimates. In 2019, it was estimated that Derby’s population had increased to 257,300.
Measuring the changes in how the city's population is made up is very important in understanding the needs of all communities in Derby. Census statistics also feed into the allocation of funding for local authorities and play a major part in identifying need for local services in communities.
In March 2011, Derby’s population was 248,752. There were significant changes between 2001 and 2011…
- Derby’s population increased by approximately 18,000 people (7.8%).
- There were:
- 3,300 more children aged 0-4
- an additional 5,500 people aged 20-29
- 2,900 more people aged 60 plus, including 1,200 more people aged 75 plus and 1,000 more people aged 85 plus.
- The BME population increased from 15.7%to 24.7%.
- The Pakistani community was the largest BME group (5.9% of the overall population).
- 34,600 Derby residents (or 13.9% of the total population) were born outside of the United Kingdom.
For more information, view the Derby Population Profile report.
Census 2011 reports
The Census 2011 reports are intended to provide an economic, social and demographic picture for the city of Derby. These have been developed using the Office of National Statistics local authority profiling tool, which uses data from the 2011 Census, Census 2013 updates and the Annual Population Survey:
- Census 2011 Summary Report
- Census 2011 Population Report
- Census 2011 Ethnicity Report
- Census 2011 Inclusion Report
- Census 2011 Child Poverty Report
- Census 2011 Employment Report
- Census 2011 Local Economy Report
- Census 2011 Enterprise Report
- Census 2011 Skills Report
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NOMIS produces official labour market statistics at city level. These statistics draw on multiple data sources to produce an overview of the labour market in Derby. These reports provide a variety of information including: resident population, labour supply, economic inactivity, JSA claimants and qualifications:
Other useful NOMIS statistics include:
- NOMIS - Census 2011 Data for England and Wales
- NOMIS - Annual Population Survey (APS)
- NOMIS - Annual Population Survey - Workplace Analysis
- NOMIS - Official Labour Market Statistics
- NOMIS - Labour Market Profile - Derby
- NOMIS - Labour Market Profiles for Wards
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