Migration

Content last reviewed: April 2017

Migration

The table below shows details of migration into and out of Central Bedfordshire over the last ten years, both from within the UK (“Internal”) and from other countries (“International”). This information forms part of the Mid Year Estimates published annually by the Office for National Statistics.

 

Internal (UK)
in migration

Internal (UK)
out migration

International
in migration

International
out migration

Central Bedfordshire migration, 2005-2015
2005 - 06 13,300 12,060 1,530 800
2006 - 07 13,720 12,430 1,580 890
2007 - 08 12,730 11,660 1,540 970
2008 - 09 10,930 10,750 1,760 1,050
2009 - 10 12,050 11,540 1,980 730
2010 - 11 12,520 11,200 2,150 770
2011 - 12 14,020 12,030 1,500 550
2012 - 13 14,140 11,910 1,600 560
2013 - 14 14,780 12,940 1,720 330
2014 - 15 14,970 12,62 1,840 330

Annual average
2005 - 2015

13,310 11,910 1,720 700

Source: Office for National Statistics, Mid-Year Population Estimates, 2005-2015

The number of people moving into Central Bedfordshire is  higher than the number of people leaving in each of the years shown above. This is the case both for people moving within the UK and for those moving internationally.

With the exception of the years from 2008-09 to 2010-11, the majority of migration into Central Bedfordshire was from other parts of the UK. Overall, net migration into Central Bedfordshire has increased over the period shown.

Net migration into Central Bedfordshire, 2005-2015

Net migration into Central Bedfordshire, 2005-2015. Source: Office for National Statistics, Mid-Year Population Estimates, 2005-2015

 


Last updated Thursday, 4th May 2017