This is a list of settlements in Derbyshire by population based on the results of the 2011 census. The next United Kingdom census will take place in 2021. In 2011, there were 42 settlements with 5,000 or more inhabitants in Derbyshire, shown in the table below.
List of settlements
Rank | Town | Population | Borough/ District |
Notes | |
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2001 | 2011 | ||||
1 | Derby | 221,708^{[1]} | 248,752^{[2]} | City of Derby | |
2 | Chesterfield | 98,845^{[3]} | 103,788^{[4]} | Chesterfield | Figure is for the borough including Brimington and Staveley parishes. Core town unparished area (which includes Hasland, Newbold, Tapton, Old and New Whittington) population counts are 73,484 & 76,753 |
3 | Swadlincote | 39,322^{[5]} | 45,000^{[6]} | South Derbyshire | Figure is for the built-up area as unparished. Includes Albert Village (Leicestershire), Boundary, Castle Gresley, Church Gresley, Hartshone, High Cross Bank, Midway, Mount Pleasant, Newhall, Oversetts, Overseal, Stanhope Bretby, Woodville. Excludes Bretby, Linton, Stanton |
4 | Ilkeston | 37,550 | 38,640 | Erewash | Figure is for the built-up area, which includes Cotmanhay, Kirk Hallam, Larklands, Little Hallam/Hallam Fields, Shipley Common/Shipley View. Excludes High Lane (West Hallam), Shipley, Stanton-by-Dale |
5 | Long Eaton | 46,490 | 37,760^{[7]} | Erewash | Figure is for the built-up area, which includes Sawley and Wilsthorpe. 2001 count includes Sandiacre and Risley |
6 | Belper | 20,548^{[8]} | 21,823^{[9]} | Amber Valley | Figure is for Belper civil parish, which includes Milford and Blackbrook |
7 | Dronfield | 21,330^{[10]} | 21,261^{[11]} | North East Derbyshire | Figure is for Dronfield civil parish, which includes Dronfield Woodhouse and Coal Aston |
8 | Buxton | 20,836 | 22,115 | High Peak | |
9 | Ripley | 20,035^{[12]} | 20,807^{[13]} | Amber Valley | Figure is for Ripley civil parish, which includes Heage, Ambergate and Waingroves |
10 | Staveley | 16,684^{[14]} | 18,247^{[15]} | Chesterfield | Figure is for Staveley civil parish, which includes Mastin Moor, Duckmanton, Inkersall Green and Hollingwood |
11 | Glossop | 16,666^{[16]} ^{[17]}^{[18]}^{[19]}^{[20]} |
17,576^{[21]} ^{[22]}^{[23]}^{[24]}^{[25]} |
High Peak | Figure is for the electoral wards of Howard Town, Old Glossop, Dinting, Simmondley and Whitfield. |
12 | Heanor | 16,249^{[26]} | 17,251^{[27]} | Amber Valley | Figure is for Heanor and Loscoe civil parish, which includes Loscoe but excludes Heanor Gate |
13 | Bolsover | 11,291^{[28]} | 11,673^{[29]} | Bolsover | Figure is for Old Bolsover civil parish, which includes Shuttlewood, Stanfree and Whaley, but excludes part of Hillstown. |
14 | Eckington | 11,152^{[30]} | 11,855^{[31]} | North East Derbyshire | Figure is for Eckington civil parish, which includes Renishaw, Spinkhill, Marsh Lane and Ridgeway. |
15 | Shirebrook | 9,291^{[32]} | 9,760^{[33]} | Bolsover | |
16 | Matlock | 9,496^{[34]} | 9,543^{[35]} | Derbyshire Dales | Figure is for Matlock Town civil parish, which includes Starkholmes and Riber. |
17 | New Mills | 9,625^{[36]} | 9,521^{[37]} | High Peak | |
18 | Killamarsh | 9,627^{[38]} | 9,445^{[39]} | North East Derbyshire | |
19 | South Normanton | 8,550^{[40]} | 9,445^{[41]} | Bolsover | Including northern Broadmeadows |
20 | Clay Cross | 8,573^{[42]} | 9,222^{[43]} | North East Derbyshire | Includes Henmoor and Danesmoor |
21 | Sandiacre | 8,770^{[44]} | 8,889^{[45]} | Erewash | Included in Long Eaton count |
22 | Brimington | 8,677 | 8,788 | Chesterfield | Included in Chesterfield count |
23 | Chapel-en-le-Frith | 8,577^{[46]} | 8,635^{[47]} | High Peak | Includes Bridgefield, Cockyard, Combs, Dove Holes, Slackhall, Sparrowpit, Tunstead Milton, Whitehough |
24 | Ashbourne | 7,112^{[48]} | 8,111^{[49]} | Derbyshire Dales | Includes part of Ashbourne Green |
25 | Alfreton | 7,928^{[50]} | 7,971^{[51]} | Amber Valley | |
26 | Hilton | 3,871^{[52]} | 7,714^{[53]} | South Derbyshire | Includes Burntheath |
27 | Clowne | 7,447 | 7,590 | Bolsover | Includes New Barlborough and Harlesthorpe |
28 | Borrowash/Ockbrook | 7,331 | 7,335 | Erewash | Figure is for Ockbrook and Borrowash civil parish |
29 | Sawley | 6,645 | 6,629 | Erewash | Included in Long Eaton count |
30 | Wingerworth | 6,720^{[54]} | 6,533^{[55]} | North East Derbyshire | Includes Hunloke, Swathwick |
31 | North Wingfield | 6,318 | 6,505 | North East Derbyshire | Includes Hepthorne Lane, Hillyfields, Highfields |
32 | Whaley Bridge | 6,228^{[56]} | 6,455^{[57]} | High Peak | |
33 | Somercotes | 5,745 | 6,255 | Amber Valley | Including Leabrooks and Lower Birchwood |
34 | Pinxton | 5,427 | 5,699 | Bolsover | Including Upper Birchwood and southern Broadmeadows |
35 | Creswell/Elmton | 4,755 | 5,550 | Bolsover | Figure is for Elmton-with-Creswell civil parish |
36 | Darley Dale | 5,167^{[58]} | 5,413^{[59]} | Derbyshire Dales | Includes Hackney, Two Dales |
37 | Langley Mill/Aldercar | 4,863 | 5,405 | Amber Valley | Figure is for Aldercar and Langley Mill civil parish |
38 | Scarcliffe | 5,211 | 5,288 | Bolsover | Includes Palterton, Rylah, Stockley, and parts of Stony Houghton and Hillstown (Bolsover) |
39 | Woodville | 3,420 | 5,161 | South Derbyshire | |
40 | Swanwick | 5,316 | 5,084 | Amber Valley | |
41 | Duffield | 4,585 | 5,046 | Amber Valley | Includes Flaxholme |
42 | Wirksworth | 4,965 | 5,038 | Derbyshire Dales | Includes Bolehill, Breamfield, Godfreyhole, Gorseybank |
See also
References
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- ^ "Neighbourhood Statistics". Office for National Statistics. Retrieved 8 October 2014. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
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- ^ "Neighbourhood Statistics". Office for National Statistics. Retrieved 8 October 2014. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
- ^ "South Derbyshire District Council - Invest-Shop-Visit: Swadlincote" (PDF). www.south-derbys.gov.uk.
The results of the 2001 census show that the urban area population has increased to 39,322, showing an increase of 6.13%
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- ^ "Neighbourhood Statistics". Office for National Statistics. Retrieved 3 January 2015. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
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- ^ "Neighbourhood Statistics". Office for National Statistics. Retrieved 18 October 2014. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
- ^ "Neighbourhood Statistics - Area: Chapel-en-le-Frith (Parish)". www.neighbourhood.statistics.gov.uk. 14 April 2008. Retrieved 9 February 2017.
- ^ "Neighbourhood Statistics". Office for National Statistics. Retrieved 18 October 2014. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
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- ^ "Neighbourhood Statistics - Area: Ashbourne (Parish)". Office for National Statistics. Retrieved 18 October 2014. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
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