A map shows the English regions and Wales.
In Kingston upon Thames, the population size has increased by 5.0%, from around 160,100 in 2011 to 168,000 in 2021. This is lower than the overall increase for England (6.6%), where the population grew by nearly 3.5 million to 56,489,800.
Nearby areas like Sutton and Merton have seen their populations increase by around 10.2% and 7.8%, respectively, while others such as Richmond upon Thames saw an increase of 4.4% and Mole Valley saw smaller growth (2.4%).
The map then zooms to centre on Kingston upon Thames and show neighbouring areas.
At the other end of the scale, Kensington and Chelsea has seen a fall of 9.6%.
The local authority areas displayed on the map change form and position to create a bar chart that orders selected areas of London by percentage change in total population.
At 5.0%, Kingston upon Thames' population increase is lower than the increase for London (7.7%).
Kingston upon Thames is highlighted on the bar chart along with other local authority areas in London.
Every local authority area of England is shown as a dot on a chart, with the legend running from the largest percentage decrease to the highest percentage increase in population. Kingston upon Thames is highlighted.
As of 2021, Kingston upon Thames is the ninth least densely populated of London's 33 local authority areas, with around 32 people living on each football pitch-sized area of land.
This population pyramid shows the population of males and females in each five-year age group at the time of the 2011 Census.
The largest age group in London back then was those aged 25 to 29 years.
A population pyramid is displayed. It shows males and females in each age group as a percentage of the total population for Kingston upon Thames in 2011. The age group with the largest number of people is highlighted.
More recently, in 2021, the largest age group in London was those aged 30 to 34 years.
A population pyramid is displayed. It shows the number males and females in each age group as a percentage of the total population for London in 2021. The age group with the largest number of people is highlighted.
In England, the largest age group in 2021 was people aged 30 to 34 years.
This is how Kingston upon Thames compares. There has been an increase of 18.9% in people aged 65 years and over, an increase of 1.7% in people aged 15 to 64 years, and an increase of 7.8% in children aged under 15 years.
The horizontal bar chart now shows the percentage change in the number of people of any sex in each five-year age group in Kingston upon Thames.
The map now highlights the areas with the largest increases in children aged under 15 years.
The map now highlights the areas with the largest decreases in children aged under 15 years.
These changes might have been temporary for some and more long-lasting for others.
First results from Census 2021 are rounded to the nearest 100 so may not add exactly.
Changes over time have been calculated with rounded estimates for Census 2021 and unrounded estimates from the 2011 Census.
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