What is the population of Derby 2021?

What is the population of Derby 2021?

The population in Derby for 2021 is 236 300. Derby is one of 194 cities in United Kingdom and ranks 24 in the United Kingdom population. Derby city population data has been obtained from public sources.

What is the size of Derby?

30.13 mi²

What is the biggest town in Derbyshire?

Chesterfield is our largest town and is home to 104,000 people. Eight other main towns have populations of over 20,000. A large part of the north and west of the county is very rural, much of it in the Peak District National Park.

Is Derby safe to live?

According to research conducted by Compare the Market, Derby was ranked third safest area to live in the country with an average of 222 crime cases per 100,000 people. It was ranked ahead of Nottingham, which had 312 crime cases per 100,000.

Which is bigger Buxton or Bakewell?

Bakewell is very nice, though very busy in the tourist season. Buxton is larger but it is still only a smallish town – though with more amenities like a theatre.

What percentage of Derbyshire is white?

Density 401/km2 (1,040/sq mi)
Ethnicity 96.0% White 2.3% S. Asian 1.7% Black, Mixed Race or Chinese
Non-metropolitan county
County council Derbyshire County Council

Is Derby cheap to live in?

A single person estimated monthly costs are 919$ (675£) without rent. Derby is 29.66% less expensive than New York (without rent). Rent in Derby is, on average, 77.13% lower than in New York.

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How much does it cost to live in Derby?

Summary about cost of living in Derby, United Kingdom: Family of four estimated monthly costs are 3,115$ (2,288£) without rent. A single person estimated monthly costs are 919$ (675£) without rent. Derby is 29.66% less expensive than New York (without rent).

When did Derby County move to Pride Park?

Telephone: 0871 472 1884. About Pride Park Stadium. Pride Park Stadium has been Derby County’s home ground since 1997 when the club relocated from its former home, The Baseball Ground. As well as Rams’ home games, the stadium is used for a range of non-matchday activities including conferences, weddings and other sporting events.

What kind of local government does Derbyshire have?

Derbyshire has a three-tier local government since the local government reorganisation in 1974. It has a county council based in Matlock and eight district councils and since 1997, a unitary authority area of the City of Derby.

What is the emblem of Derby County football club?

Derby’s emblem is the Derby Ram, about which there is a folk song titled “The Derby Ram”. It is found in a number of places, most notably serving as the nickname of Derby County F.C.. The logo of the City Council’s services is a stylised ram.

How many species of plants are there in Derbyshire?

Derbyshire is known to have contained 1,919 separate taxa of vascular plants (including species, hybrids and micro-species) since modern recording began, of which 1,133 are known to be either native or archaeophyte, the remainder being non-native species.

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