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Windsor and Maidenhead

Unitary District in South East England

Unitary District

The population development of Windsor and Maidenhead.

NameStatusPopulation
Census
2001-04-29
Population
Census
2011-03-27
Population
Estimate
2017-06-30
 
Windsor and MaidenheadUnitary District133,626144,560150,140
South East EnglandRegion8,000,6458,634,7509,080,825

Contents: Settlements

The population development of the settlements in Windsor and Maidenhead.

Name StatusCounty / DistrictPopulation
Census
2001-04-29
Population
Census
2011-03-27
Population
Estimate
2017-06-30
 
Broomhall / Windlesham / Virginia WaterBuilt-up Area SubdivisionWindsor and Maidenhead22,34023,58024,527
CheapsideBuilt-up Area SubdivisionWindsor and Maidenhead673773734
CookhamBuilt-up Area SubdivisionWindsor and Maidenhead4,9175,1085,075
DatchetBuilt-up AreaWindsor and Maidenhead4,6464,9135,035
EtonBuilt-up Area SubdivisionWindsor and Maidenhead2,4002,1232,232
Eton WickBuilt-up AreaWindsor and Maidenhead2,0242,0292,064
FifieldBuilt-up AreaWindsor and Maidenhead516569584
HortonBuilt-up AreaWindsor and Maidenhead9831,0331,144
HurleyBuilt-up Area SubdivisionWindsor and Maidenhead589672712
MaidenheadBuilt-up Area SubdivisionWindsor and Maidenhead57,93063,58067,441
WindsorBuilt-up Area SubdivisionWindsor and Maidenhead28,44331,22532,207
Wraysbury (/ Old Windsor)Built-up Area SubdivisionWindsor and Maidenhead7,0087,3777,574

Source: UK Office for National Statistics (web).

Explanation: All population figures and depicted boundaries are based on output areas officially assigned to the 2011 built-up areas. Output areas often include some unbuilt parts. However, tabulated area figures refer to (typically smaller) actual built-up areas in order to present a more realistic population density. Some of the 2001 figures are approximate values.