Hull's newcomers in 2019

Do you want to know about the newest migrant arrivals in Hull?

If so, download a full briefing or infographic, or take a look at a copy of the infographic below.

Full briefing - Hull newcomers 2019 [1.3 MB pdf]

Infographic - Hull newcomers 2019 [497 KB png]

Text of infographic - Hull newcomers 2019

Hull newcomers 2019 – brief summary of who arrived, where they arrived from and key migration trends in the area.

Newcomers to Hull in 2019: bite-size statistics for service providers

Who arrived in 2019?

The areas in Hull where most newcomers are settling are:

  • Newland Avenues
  • Hull City Centre
  • Chanterlands Avenue

3,448 new arrivals in Hull came from 59 countries.

A higher proportion of men arrived: 55% men compared with 45% women.

Where are people arriving from?

77% of all arrivals were from the EU, 3% fewer than 2018.

The top three nationalities that arrived in Hull in 2019 were:

  • Romanian
  • Polish
  • Lithuanian

What’s changing locally?

Arrivals to Hull increased in 2019:

  • 15% more people arrived compared to 2018.
  • Arrivals from Romania changed the most: 236 more people than in 2018.
  • Across the UK, immigration rose by 20%, while in Yorkshire and Humber it rose by 18%.

The data above is from the Department of Work and Pensions and consists of the number of non-British nationals aged 16+ who received a new national insurance number in 2019 [it doesn’t include children or asylum seekers]. 

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