The Borough of Epsom & Ewell lies in the County of Surrey, 15 miles southwest of the centre of London. The Borough
neighbours Mole Valley and Reigate & Banstead District Councils to the south, as well as the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames to the north, and the London Borough of Sutton to the east.
Introduction to the Borough
The Borough is based on the market town of Epsom, the ancient village of Ewell and the centre of Stoneleigh, built in the 1930s. It is the smallest district in Surrey in both population and size. It is the most densely populated and has the highest traffic congestion.
Census statistics provide a detailed snapshot of the population and its characteristics. More information regarding the Census can be found on the Census website.
The information from the Census is being released gradually from July 2012 to late 2013.The first release of 2011 Census data (released in July 2012) provides household estimates, and population estimates by age and sex, for England and Wales and local authorities.
Epsom & Ewell – Vital Statistics
Population and Household Information
Males 36,500 (48.5%)
Females 38,700 (51.5%)
Average of 2.49 people per household
Follow the link to find out more information for the Epsom & Ewell Census 2011 results.
To view detailed statistics for Epsom & Ewell per ward, please visit UK Census Data website.
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The following are the previous statistics from the 2001 Census for which there is currently no update available yet. This information will be updated when it is available from Census 2011.
- Size: 3,407 hectares (19.7 people per hectare)
- Aging population
- Borough average life expectancy of 80.84 years
- Ethnicity: 8.7% (2001 Census data)
- Majority are own occupier
- Average house price in 2008: £293,147
- Average 1.37 cars per household.
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