Migration maps

We can currently provide data maps showing new arrivals to our 21 individual local authority areas to partner organisations in Yorkshire and Humber.

The new arrivals maps provide an overview of recent migration trends in individual local authority areas at a detailed geographical scale. They illustrate the geographical settlement of new migrants using data about people who registered for a national insurance number [NINO] in 2019. Maps are available to show accession, EU, non-EU and individual nationalities [top 50 in Yorkshire and Humber] and divided geographically by Middle layer Super Output Area [MSOA].

The maps use information from the Department for Work and Pensions [DWP] regarding non-British nationals who successfully applied for a NINO in 2019, as a proxy for new arrivals. Most new arrivals need to apply for a NINO in order to work or claim benefits; because of this, the main groups that this dataset does not cover are children under 16 and asylum seekers.

To order these maps, download the order form from the bottom of this page; if you can't access the order form, or have any questions, please email Nicola Baylis and she will try to help.

 

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Order form – new arrivals maps.docx 287 KB


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If you have any questions about migration statistics, contact Pip Tyler:


Phone: 0113 378 9023
 
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