Annual population estimates. Figures are available for various administrative and electoral geographies and for different population sub-groups, for example, estimates of the very old and estimates by marital status.
There continues to be wide variation in the age structure of the population across England and Wales, with coastal and rural areas tending to have older populations than cities and urban areas.
In mid 2018, the coastal Lower layer Super Output Area (LSOA) with the highest median age was Eastbourne 012B at 70.9 years, while the urban LSOA with the lowest median wage was Salford 016E at14.8 years.
The proportion of people aged over 65 years living in areas served by different clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) in England ranged from 6.3% in Tower Hamlets to 29.9% in NHS North Norfolk (across England, 18.2% of the population are aged 65 years or over).
National and subnational mid-year population estimates for the UK and its constituent countries by administrative area, age and sex (including components of population change, median age and population density). The correct time-series of files using the latest available methods is: Mid-2017; Mid-2001 to mid-2017 detailed time series; Mid-2012 to mid-2016; 2001 to 2016 detailed time series; Mid-2011; Mid-2001 to Mid-2010; Mid-1991 to Mid-2000. All other content is superseded. The latest, revised series is also available on NOMIS and customise your data (beta).
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