Populations are the people that make up a defined geography. Knowledge of populations and their key features is essential for informed decision making on health needs. Populations are not static - they change on a daily basis and can be grouped in a number of ways. Common groupings include:
Locations within the geography
Organisation with responsibilities for
This topic will explore the South Tyneside population and signpost to resources that give up-to-date information and statistics on the people that live in our area.
Population projections by Age and Sex
The population of South Tyneside has slowly risen in recent years and is projected to continue growing to 2043.
Current population data and projections are based on the 2011 census and have been adjusted by the Office for National Statistics for immigration patterns, births, and mortality.
Access projected population figures by age and sex: