City of Whitehorse
3,702 people were estimated to be living in non-private dwellings in the City of Whitehorse in 2017.
Residential non-private dwellings include aged care facilities as well as defence force facilities, hospitals, prisons, staff quarters and boarding houses. As a general rule, an increase in people aged 18 to 24 living in non-private dwellings indicates a growth in student accommodation, defence force facilities or prisons. Similarly an increase in people aged over 75 living in non-private dwellings indicates growth in aged care facilities.
|Persons in non-private dwellings|
|City of Whitehorse||Year||Change between 2011 and 2036|
|Area||2011||2036||Total change||Aged 18 to 24 years||Aged 75+ years|
|City of Whitehorse||2,622||4,480||+1,858||+638||+878||4,396||10||2017||3702||0|
|Box Hill North||49||49||0||0||0||49||140||2017||49||0|
|Box Hill South||70||70||0||0||0||70||150||2017||69||0|
|Mont Albert North||61||61||0||0||0||61||210||2017||61||0|
Population and household forecasts, 2011 to 2036, prepared by .id (opens a new window), the population experts, December 2016.
There were 2,622 people estimated to be living in non-private dwellings in the City of Whitehorse in 2011. The number of persons in non-private dwellings in the City of Whitehorse is expected to increase to 4,396 persons in 2026 and to 4,480 persons in 2036.
Between 2011 and 2026, Burwood is forecast to experience the greatest change, with a gain of 1080 persons in non-private dwellings. This is due to an increase of persons in non-private dwellings aged 18 to 24 years, which is predominantly student accommodation.