The Office for National Statistics has published the population estimates for England and Wales at local authority level.
This report was produced using the official 2011 census statistics and do not relate to the later mid-year estimates. However, for the purposes of research and policy, many institutions see it as acceptable to use 2011 census statistics so long as some caveat is made about the estimated changes since 2011.
This report gives some detail of the gender and age structure of the borough (broken down into five-year bands) and people who have second homes. This release does not go below the local authority level.
2012 mid-year population estimates
The Office for National Statistics revises its population estimates annually, so for the most up-to-date figures, please click on the link above.
In July 2012, the time of release of the 2011 census population estimates, the usually resident population of Hammersmith and Fulham was estimated at 182,500. This was a 17,000 or 10% increase on the previous populations estimates, derived from the 2001 census.
Household numbers were estimated at 80,600, up by over 5,000 or 7% from the last census. There are also estimated to be 2,200 short-term non-UK residents in Hammersmith and Fulham at any one time (not included in the usually resident population) spending between three and 12 months in Hammersmith and Fulham.
The response rate was 87%, an 11% improvement on the last census.
The following three key release papers are available:
- Hammersmith and Fulham 2011 census data report - First Release (pdf) – main report showing all of the available data for Hammersmith and Fulham, and comparing the results with those of neighbouring boroughs
- ONS census quality assurance pack for Hammersmith and Fulham (pdf) – the official ‘Census QA Pack’ from the Office for National Statistics
- Office for National Statistics national report on the 2011 census (pdf) – the national report on the 2011 census.
In October 2012, the ONS released information on second homes. It is estimated that in addition to the 182,500 people usually resident in the borough, 7,036 people, who are usually resident elsewhere in England and Wales, have second homes in the borough. 18,673 H&F residents have a second address outside the borough, including abroad.
Ward population estimates
The 2011 census estimated the population for H&F to be 182,493.
|Avonmore and Brook Green||12,216|
|College Park and Old Oak||9,175|
|Parsons Green and Walham||10,813|
|Shepherd's Bush Green||12,175|
|Wormholt and White City||13,389|