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Population growth

The chart shows how Buckinghamshire’s population has increased (and decreased) year on year. It also shows the growth rate in South East England, England, and the UK.

Annual population growth rate helps determine the proportional increase or decrease in population from the previous year and is particularly helpful to compare growth rates with other areas. The chart shows how Buckinghamshire’s population has grown year on year from 1991 to 2020. It also shows the growth rate in South East England, England, and the UK overall. 

In all but one year (2002) the population in Buckinghamshire has grown annually for the last three decades. From the year 2012 onward, apart from 2017, the annual population growth rate in Buckinghamshire has been higher than the growth rate in South East England, England, and the UK. 

Population Growth

The annual % population growth rate in Bucks, SE England, and nationally

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