Bournemouth Population 2021:- Bournemouth is a coastal resort town on the south coast of England. At the 2011 census, the town had a population of 183,491.
Bournemouth became a town in 1870. The town centre has notable Victorian architecture. Bournemouth’s location has made it a popular destination for tourists, attracting over five million visitors annually with its beaches and popular nightlife. Bournemouth is also a regional centre of business, home to the Bournemouth International Centre, and a financial sector that is worth more than £1,000 million in gross value added.
To know the actual Population of Bournemouth 2021, We have to look at the population of the past 20 years. They are as follows:
- 2001:- 163,441
- 2011:- 183,491
- Bournemouth Population 2021:- 200,000 (Estimated)
By looking at the Population from 2001-2020. The Population of Bournemouth 2021 according to the estimates is 200,000.
According to the 2011 census, Bournemouth has a population of 183,491, comprising 91,386 males and 92,105 females, which equates to 49.8% and 50.2% of the population respectively. the average age of all persons is 40 years. Bournemouth has the highest population density of any authority in the South-West region and is eighth-most populated.
83.8%, describe their ethnicity as ‘white British’ while other white groups account for a further 8.1%. Asian groups; Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Chinese and other Asian, make up 3.9%. Black British, black African, black Caribbean and other black groups form 1.0% of the population, Those of a mixed-race make up 2.3% of the population, and 0.9% are from other ethnic groups.
Christians made up 57.1% of the population but 30% of people said they had no religion and 7.8% declined to say whether they were religious or not. Muslims were 1.8%, Buddhists, Hindus and Jews each had a 0.7% share, Sikhs were 0.1%. and other religions made up 0.7%.
- Christian 57.1
- Buddhist 0.7
- Hindu 0.7
- Jewish 0.7
- Muslim 1.8
- Sikh 0.1
- Other religion 0.7
- No religion 30.5
- Not stated 7.8
Historically Bournemouth has relied on immigration to maintain population growth. In 2007 however, births exceeded deaths for the first time, and this trend has continued through to 2011.
Bournemouth’s economy is primarily dependent on the service sector, which employed 95% of the workforce in 2010. Of particular importance are the financial and public service sectors which through 2011 continued to show sustained growth.
The latest figures, as of 2012, are for the year 2009 which showed that the Bournemouth and Poole area enjoyed the strongest annualised growth in the South-West region. Important employers in this sector include JPMorgan, Nationwide Building Society, and Liverpool Victoria, Tata Consultancy Services, and RIAS insurance companies. The manufacturing sector is predominantly based in neighbouring Poole. Notable employers in this sector include Escor Toys and Parvalux.
Tourism is also important to the local economy. 8,531 full-time jobs exist as a result which accounts for 15% of all employment in the town. Bournemouth seafront is one of the UK’s biggest attractions with 4.5 million visitors in 2011.
With a third of all town centre businesses in the leisure industry, Bournemouth has a booming nightlife economy and is a popular destination for stag and hen parties. These party-goers support 4,000 jobs.