Area and population density

Summary

The Lancashire-14 area in 2016 recorded a population density of 483 per square kilometre, which was in excess of the England and Wales average of 387.

The highly urbanised authority of Blackpool had by far the highest population density in the Lancashire-14 area with 3,977 people per square kilometre. Blackburn with Darwen and Hyndburn were the other two Lancashire authorities with population densities in excess of 1,000. Ribble Valley, with 101 people per square kilometre, was by far the least densely populated authority in the Lancashire-14 area.

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Page updated October 2017