Template:Largest Urban Areas of the United Kingdom

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Largest urban areas of the United Kingdom
(England and Wales: 2011 census built-up area;[1] Scotland: 2016 estimates settlement;[2] Northern Ireland: 2001 census urban area)[3]
Rank Urban area Pop. Principal settlement Rank Urban area Pop. Principal settlement
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Greater London

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West Midlands

1 Greater London 9,787,426 London 11 Bristol 617,280 Bristol
2 West Midlands 2,440,986 Birmingham 12 Edinburgh 512,150 Edinburgh
3 Greater Manchester 2,553,379 Manchester 13 Leicester 508,916 Leicester
4 West Yorkshire 1,777,934 Leeds 14 Belfast 483,418 Belfast
5 Greater Glasgow 985,290 Glasgow 15 Brighton & Hove 474,485 Brighton & Hove
6 Liverpool 864,122 Liverpool 16 Bournemouth/ Poole 466,266 Bournemouth
7 South Hampshire 855,569 Southampton 17 Cardiff 390,214 Cardiff
8 Tyneside 774,891 Newcastle 18 Teesside 376,633 Middlesbrough
9 Nottingham 729,977 Nottingham 19 Stoke-on-Trent 372,775 Stoke
10 Sheffield 685,368 Sheffield 20 Coventry 359,262 Coventry

References

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  1. ^ "2011 Census - Built-up areas". ONS. Retrieved 1 July 2013.
  2. ^ "NRS – Background Information Settlements and Localities" (PDF). National Records of Scotland. Retrieved 29 September 2020.
  3. ^ The UK's major urban areas Office for National Statistics (Urban area of Belfast and connected settlements, Table 3.1, page 47)