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In this section you can find reports on migration trends in Yorkshire and Humber. Local migration profiles and census profiles each present different aspects of the migration picture, so you may want to read both to get an overall understanding.

graphic of local migration profile coverLocal migration profile summaries

Our local migration profiles provide different and more recent data than the census, but usually only count [or estimate] new arrivals rather than the entire resident migrant population. 
Go to: Local migration profile summaries: November 2014 

New arrivals 2014 - briefing papers

A more detailed look at migrants that arrived during 2014 and how they are geographically settled across an individual local authority area.
Go to: New arrivals 2014 - briefing papers  

Census profiles

The census is a fairly comprehensive count of the resident ‘migrant’ population on 27 March 2011. However, it is a snapshot of what happened on that particular date, and is not updated for at least 10 years, so does not capture subsequent change.
Go to: 2011 census profiles

Migration maps

We can provide migration data maps of our 21 individual local authority areas. We have 2 types of map:

  • census and asylum maps
  • new arrivals maps

This service is available to partner organisations in Yorkshire and Humber.
Go to: migration maps

 

 



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


Phone: 0113 395 2438