Data included: 2001 to 2020. Projected density included: 2020 to 2043. Surrey, LAs.
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Summary
The population density of Surrey is 722 people per km squared in 2020.
Epsom and Ewell is the most densely populated local authority in Surrey at 2,377 people per km squared, with Spelthorne being second at 2,225. In contrast, Mole Valley (339), Tandridge (357), and Waverley (367) are the least densely populated.
The population density of local authorities in Surrey therefore varies greatly  Epsom and Ewell is around seven times more densely populated than Mole Valley.
The population density of Surrey local authorities in 2020
Overall, the population density of Surrey is predicted to rise by 2 per cent between 2020 and 2043 to 738 people per km squared. The population density is predicted to rise in most of the local authorities in Surrey. The largest increase in population density is predicted to be in Reigate and Banstead by 9 per cent. Even by 2030, the population density is predicted to increase by 60 people per km squared to 1,216 in Reigate and Banstead. Tandridge has the second largest predicted increase in population density at 7 per cent; the Tandridge population density is predicted to increase by 12 people per km squared by 2030. Epsom and Ewell is predicted to have an additional 51 people per km squared by 2030.
Guildford, Surrey Heath, and Woking are predicted to have slight reductions in population density by 2043.
The projected change in population density of Surrey local authorities in 2043 compared to 2020
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