Farnborough/Aldershot Built-up Area
Farnborough/Aldershot built-up area and Aldershot Urban Area are names used by the ONS to refer to a conurbation spanning the borders of Surrey, Berkshire and Hampshire in England. The ONS found a population of 252,937 in 2011 (up 4%, rounded, from the 2001 figure of 243,344 residents). This makes it the 29th-largest built up area in England.[clarification needed]
A conurbation consisting of Aldershot and Farnborough, together with Frimley and Camberley was identified as a conurbation since at least the mid 20th century. These four places had a total population of 70,000 in 1931 which grew to 91,700 by 1961. 
It was given these subdivisions in the 2011 census:
|Geography code||Area name||2011 Population||District||Notes|
|E35000108||Farnborough||65,034||Rushmoor, Borough of Guildford||Subdivision includes Cove and Ash Vale|
|E35000207||Aldershot||57,211||Rushmoor, Borough of Guildford, Borough of Waverley||Subdivision includes Ash, Hale and Tongham|
|E35000239||Wyke||276||Borough of Guildford|
|E35000638||Badshot Lea||1,582||Borough of Waverley|
|E35001198||Farnham||25,604||Borough of Waverley|
|E35001352||Camberley||38,038||Surrey Heath||Includes the village of Hawley|
|E35001431||Shortfield Common||911||Borough of Waverley|
- UK Census (2011), "Local Area Report – Farnborough/AldershotBuilt-up Area (E34004885)", Nomis, Office for National Statistics, retrieved 11 April 2021
- Freeman, Thomas (1966), The conurbations of Great Britain, Manchester University Press, p. 278, retrieved 10 April 2021
- "Hart, Rushmoor & Surrey Heath Strategic Housing Market AssessmentNovember 2016" (PDF). Hart District Council. 2016. Retrieved 2021-04-10.
- "British urban pattern: population data" (PDF). ESPON project 1.4.3 Study on Urban Functions. European Spatial Planning Observation Network. March 2007. p. 119. Retrieved 8 March 2019.
- "2011 Census - Usual resident population". ONS. 2013-02-12. Retrieved 2016-02-25.