Mansfield Urban Area
The Mansfield Urban Area is a built-up area of Nottinghamshire, England. Which comprises the towns of Mansfield, Sutton in Ashfield, and Kirkby in Ashfield. It also includes the settlement of Mansfield Woodhouse and the village of Newstead. As well as the village of New Houghton in Derbyshire. The 2011 census gives the total population of the area as 171,958 making it the 37th most populated urban area in England. The population has increased 9% from the 2001 census population of 158,114.
|ONS key||Urban region/sub-region||Population|
|1981 Census||1991 Census||2001 census||2011 Census|
|F05700||Mansfield Urban Area||155,466||154,966||158,114||171,958|
|F05703||Sutton in Ashfield||39,622||37,890||41,951||45,848|
|F05704||Kirkby in Ashfield||26,127||27,014||27,067||26,927|
- "2011 Census - Built-up areas". ONS. Retrieved 1 July 2013.
- Office for National Statistics: Census 2001, Key Statistics for urban areas (lines 1077-81) Archived 2004-07-23 at the UK Government Web Archive
- 1981 Key Statistics for Urban Areas: The Midlands Table 1". Office for National Statistics. 1981. 1984.
- 1991 Census - Journal 63 - Urban Area Keycounts. April 2000.
- Office for National Statistics: Census 2001, Key Statistics for urban areas
- map depicting ONS definition
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