At the time of the 2011 Census there were 10 Districts in Birmingham (parliamentary constituencies) with an average population size of 107,300. By Mid-year 2013 the average Constituency size had increased to 109,230. The mid-year population estimates are published on an annual basis. While the population census which describes the characteristics of the population takes place every 10 years unless otherwise stated the statistics below relate to the 2011 Census.
- In Mid 2013 Districts ranged in size from 95,000 in Sutton Coldfield to 131,6000 in Ladywood.
- Hall Green and Hodge Hill are the most densely populated, with 59 people per hectare, compared with 17 people per hectare in Sutton Coldfield.
- Hodge Hill and Hall Green are the only Districts that have a greater household size that the Birmingham average of 2.56 persons per household.
- Mid - 2013, 21% of people living in Sutton Coldfield are pensioners, compared with 7% in Ladywood.
- There were four Districts where the number of people who said they belonged to an ethnic group other than White was above the city average of 46.9%. They were, Hall Green (69.5%), Hodge Hill (66.9%), Ladywood (78.7%) and Perry Barr (65.2%).
- Over half (52.1%) of residents living in Hodge Hill said they were Muslim.
See the documents below for more details.
For more information about the characteristics of the population, such as ethnic group or health, please see our Census pages.
Last Updated : 19th March 2015