Created 8 years ago, updated a year ago

This Excel based tool enables users to query the raw single year of age data so that any age range can easily be calculated without having to carry out often complex, and time consuming formulas that could also be open to human error. Each year the GLA demography team produce sets of population projections. 

The full raw data by single year of age (SYA) and gender are available as Datastore packages at the links below.

How to use the tool

Simply select the lower and upper age range for both males and females (starting in cell C3) and the spreadsheet will return the total population for the range.

Find out more about GLA population projections on the GLA Demographic Projections page

Click here for an archive of population projections from previous years that have since been superseded.

 

2019-based projections (published November 2020)

  • Central range (upper bound)
  • Central range (lower bound)
  • Low population variant
  • High population variant


2016-based projections (published July 2017)

  • Housing-linked projection incorporating data from the 2016 SHLAA 
  • Ward-level projections consistent with the borough housing-led model
  • Ethnic group projections consistent with the borough housing-led model (50MB file)
From
01/07/2001
To
01/07/2050

2019-based trend projection Central Range (upper bound)

  Greater London   Local Authority   Region
From
01/07/2001
To
01/07/2050

2019-based trend projection Central Range (lower bound)

  Greater London   Local Authority   Region
From
01/07/2001
To
01/07/2050

2019-based trend projection High Population variant

  Greater London   Local Authority   Region
From
01/07/2001
To
01/07/2050

2019-based trend projection Low Population variant

2016-based housing-led population projection

  Greater London   Local Authority   Region

2016-based ethnic group population projections (constrained to 2016-based housing-led population projections)

  Greater London   Local Authority   Region

2016-based ward-level population projections (constrained to the 2016-based housing-led projection, 2011 wards)

  Ward