Bradford population

The Office for National Statistics published the latest population estimates for mid-2019 on 24 June 2020. 

Bradford has a total estimated population of 539,800 - an increase of 2,600 people (0.5%) since 2018

The population consists of 49% men and 51% women.

Bradford is the fifth largest local authority in England in terms of population after Birmingham, Leeds, Sheffield and Manchester

Life expectancy at birth is 77.8 for males and 81.6 for females

23.7% of the District's population is aged under 16 and Bradford has the fourth highest percentage in England after the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham, Slough Borough Council and Luton Borough Council.

Bradford has a median age of 36.5 which is lower than the median age for England (40.0) and Yorkshire and the Humber region (40.1) and the second lowest (after Leeds which has a median age of 35.3) in West Yorkshire.

The Government's Office for National Statistics will update the population estimates at ward level in November 2020.

External links

  • The Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government collects and publishes official statistics relating to deprivation, fire and rescue services, housing and homelessness, local government finance, planning performance and land use.
  • The Office for National Statistics publish local statistics which contain a wealth of official statistics including data from the census in 2011 and 2001.