Population and migration
This page contains links to statistics and research about the population of Southwark and migration patterns into and out of the borough.
Population estimates and projections
Southwark's Population now and the future looks at the current population of Southwark, how it has changed since 2001 and how it might change in the next 20 years.
The report uses Office for National Statistics estimates and projections, and Greater London Authority population projections. Office for National Statistics census data is also used.
Community Council population reports
The analytical hub has produced reports on the population of each of Southwark's eight community council areas. The reports show the changes since 2001 and how the areas might change over the next two decades.
The report uses Office for National Statistics estimates and projections, and Greater London Authority population projections. Office for National Statistics Census data are also used.
- Borough and Bankside
- Nunhead and Peckham Rye
Overview of population and migration in Southwark, profiling the changes to Southwark's ethnic profile and patterns of migration.
Available on request to the analytical hub.
These pages provide a range of local area population and migration information.
Southwark's 2001 Census page
Southwark's population profile using 2001 Census data
Greater London Authority projections
Population projections for London boroughs devised by the Greater London Authority
Estimates of the current ward and Local Authority populations by the Office for National Statistics
ONS sub-national projections
Projected Local Authority populations by the Office for National Statistics
Shows the amount of international migration into and out of each local authority area in England and Wales.
Presents data on Internal migration within the UK, by Local Authority and larger geographical areas
National insurance number allocations to overseas nationals - Department for Work and Pensions tabulation tool
Provides quarterly Department for Work and Pensions benefit claimant data within small geographical areas going back to August 1999