List of ceremonial counties in England by gross value added

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This is a list of ceremonial counties in England by gross value added for the year 2013. Data is gathered by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) and is given in terms of Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics (NUTS), statistical area codes used for the European Union, which loosely follow administrative units of the United Kingdom.

Gross value added (GVA) is a measure of the value of goods and services produced in a localised area without considering taxes and subsidies (unlike gross domestic product (GDP)). Additionally, the ONS's estimates on GVA adapt to regional disparities in commuting regions by allocating the GVA to the area in which an employee commuted from. They also use five-period moving averages to smooth data.

Table[edit]

Rank County Total GVA Comparable Country GVA per capita Comparable Country
1 Greater London[note 1] £364.310 billion  Thailand £45,666  Sweden
2 Greater Manchester £57.395 billion  Kenya £21,002  Bahrain
3 West Midlands £55.544 billion £19,778  Taiwan
4 Hampshire £47.207 billion  Uruguay £26,219  Italy
5 West Yorkshire £47.117 billion £20,808  Cyprus
6 Nottinghamshire £37.506 billion  Lithuania £44,555  France
7 Essex £35.861 billion  Bulgaria £20,224  Cyprus
8 Kent £35.859 billion £20,085
9 Berkshire £34.506 billion  Jordan £38,961  Austria
10 Hertfordshire £32.753 billion  Serbia £28,363  Italy
11 Merseyside £28.257 billion  Bahrain £20,313  Cyprus
12 Somerset[note 2] £28.190 billion £23,426  Spain
13 Lancashire £27.668 billion £18,796  Slovenia
14 Cheshire £25.803 billion  Cameroon £24,830  South Korea
15 Surrey £24.578 billion  Latvia £36,546  France
16 South Yorkshire £23.850 billion £17,462  Portugal
17 Tyne and Wear £22.776 billion  Uganda £20,359  Cyprus
18 Leicestershire and Rutland[note 3] £22.729 billion £21,780  Bahrain
19 Devon £22.679 billion £19,554  Taiwan
20 Cambridgeshire £22.656 billion £27,287  Italy
21 North Yorkshire[note 4] £22.488 billion £20,820  Cyprus
22 Derbyshire £21.669 billion £20,629  Taiwan
23 Buckinghamshire £21.295 billion £31,045  Cyprus
24 West Sussex £20.506 billion  Estonia £24,754  South Korea
25 Oxfordshire £20.501 billion £30,484  France
26 Staffordshire £20.197 billion £18,176  Slovenia
27 Lincolnshire £20.133 billion £18,983  Slovenia
28 Norfolk £17.522 billion  Iceland £19,963  Cyprus
29 Wiltshire £16.392 billion  Bosnia and Herzegovina £23,453  Spain
30 Suffolk £16.372 billion £22,169  Malta
31 Dorset £16.189 billion £21,308  Bahrain
32 East Sussex £16.140 billion £19,663  Taiwan
33 Northamptonshire £15.954 billion £22,332  Malta
34 Durham[note 5] £15.722 billion £17,280  Portugal
35 Warwickshire £14.343 billion £26,003  South Korea
36 Bedfordshire £13.782 billion  Botswana £21,178  Italy
37 Bristol £13.277 billion £30,006  Bahrain
38 Worcestershire £11.327 billion £30,006  France
39 Gloucestershire £11 billion  Albania £24,342  Taiwan
40 East Riding of Yorkshire £10.881 billion £18,293  Slovenia
41 Cumbria £10.747 billion £21,586  Bahrain
42 Shropshire £9.708 billion  Mozambique £20,244  Cyprus
40 Cornwall £9.462 billion £17,350  Portugal
43 Northumberland £4.733 billion  Malawi £14,978  Estonia
44 Herefordshire £3.635 billion  Montenegro £19,422  Taiwan
45 Isle of Wight £2.404 billion  Timor-Leste £17,282  Portugal

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ GVA data includes the ceremonial county of the City of London.
  2. ^ GVA data includes the unitary authority area of South Gloucestershire (as South Gloucestershire is combined with North Somerset and Bath & North East Somerset in the data set).
  3. ^ GVA data is for two ceremonial counties: Leicestershire and Rutland. Rutland's population represents 4% of the total population.
  4. ^ GVA data excludes all of the borough and unitary authority area of Stockton-on-Tees, which are listed under Durham instead. Parts of Stockton-on-Tees fall south of the River Tees and thus inside North Yorkshire's borders.
  5. ^ GVA data includes all of the borough and unitary authority area of Stockton-on-Tees; some of which spills south of the River Tees and thus includes parts of the ceremonial county of North Yorkshire.

Sources[edit]

  • "Regional Gross Value Added (Income Approach) (1997-2014)". Office for National Statistics. Retrieved 27 September 2016.