Estimates of future population change
Oxfordshire housing-led population forecasts 2020 to 2030 (Graph)

This Equalities report provides the latest data on residents in selected population groups in Oxfordshire including “protected characteristics” as defined under the Equality Act of 2010.

The charts below show the recorded ethnicities and first language (English/Other) of Primary and Secondary (national curriculum years 1-11) pupils who attend Oxfordshire schools, split by the District in which they live. The underlying data comes from the January 2020 School Census*.

Some key themes include:

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Oxfordshire County Council carries out an annual update to housing-led population forecasts to support planning for school places, social care and other services.  These differ from the population projections provided by ONS in that they:

A bitesize for the Oxfordshire housing-led population forecasts (interim) 2018 to 2028
22 September 2020
This is the data for the Oxfordshire housing-led population forecasts (interim) 2018 to 2028 in Excel format
22 September 2020

A new JSNA Bitesize is now available about Oxfordshire's 10 most deprived wards.

This JSNA Bitesize provides an overview of the '10 most deprived wards' in Oxfordshire.  These wards include Lower Super Output Areas ranked in the most deprived 20% of areas in England according to the 2019 English Indices of Deprivation.

This version has been updated to include population counts from the Census 2021 survey and (where appropriate) the new Oxford City ward boundaries.

30 January 2023

Map showing wards in Oxfordshire as of 2020.

There are 112 wards in Oxfordshire with an average of 6,100 residents.

4 August 2020


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