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Feb 12 2017

Regions of England

There are NINE Regions of England

England is divided into Nine different regions and the populations of each region, as at 2011, is shown below.

  • 8,634,750 South East – 19,095 sq km – with 452.2 people per sq km
  • 8,173,941 London – 1,572 sq km – with 5,199.7 people per sq km
  • 7,052,177 North West – 14,165 sq km – with 497.9 people per sq km
  • ,5846,965 East of England – 19,120 sq km – with 305.8 people per sq km
  • 5,601,847 West Midlands – 13,000 sq km – with 430 people per sq km
  • 5,288,935 South West – 23,829 sq km – with 222 people per sq km
  • 5,283,733 Yorkshire and the Humber – 15,420 sq km – with 342.7 people per sq km
  • 4,533,222 East Midlands – 15,627 sq km – with 290.1 people per sq km
  • 2,596,886 North East – 8,592 sq km – with 302.2 people per sq km
  • 53,012,456 England – 130,395 sq km – with 406.6 people per sq km

Population Density

England has a Population Density of 406.6 people per sq km
The London Region has the highest Population Density with 5,199.7 people per sq km.
The South West Region has the lowest Population Density with 221.95 people per sq km.

All data as at 2011 Census

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