The Role Of Demographic Drifts In Croydon

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Demographic Information on demographic drifts is indispensable in understanding the changing profile of a specific area, whether national, regional or local authority levels. According to Croydon Observatory (2015), 2011 censuses shows that the population in England and Wales has increased by 7.1% since 2001 and currently stands at 56.1 million people. Subsequently, in 2001, it has increased by 14% from 7.2 million to 8.2 million in 2011. Croydon is one of the most inhabited Borough in London with an estimated resident population of 339,500. Research reports in Croydon shows that one in four of the population aged 65 and above has more than one chronic condition. This presently shows 10,900 people, and is projected to rise to 12,925 by
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