idc-logo
svg rectangle color
Liverpool City CouncilPopulation forecast

Liverpool City Council

Non-private dwellings

2,959 people were estimated to be living in non-private dwellings in Liverpool City Council in 2021.

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
Liverpool City CouncilYearChange between 2016 and 2041
Area20162041Total changeAged 18 to 24 yearsAged 75+ years
Liverpool City2,4873,433+9460+946
Ashcroft - Mount Pritchard00000
Austral261621+3600+360
Busby00000
Cartwright00000
Casula3838000
Cecil Hills00000
Chipping Norton158158000
Edmondson Park55000
Elizabeth Hills00000
Green Valley00000
Hammondville365591+2260+226
Heckenberg00000
Hinchinbrook00000
Holsworthy583583000
Horningsea Park00000
Hoxton Park - Carnes Hill00000
Leppington - Denham Court223583+3600+360
Liverpool605605000
Lurnea00000
Middleton Grange00000
Miller2727000
Moorebank00000
Prestons131131000
Sadleir00000
Voyager Point - Pleasure Point55000
Warwick Farm5252000
Wattle Grove1818000
West Hoxton66000
Western area - Greendale and Surrounds1010000
Source: Population and household forecasts, 2016 to 2041, prepared by .id (informed decisions), March 2019.

Key findings

There were 2,487 people estimated to be living in non-private dwellings in Liverpool City Council in 2016. The number of persons in non-private dwellings in Liverpool City Council is expected to increase to 3,193 persons in 2026 and to 3,433 persons in 2041.

The age structure of the population is an indicator of Liverpool City Council's residential role and function and how it is likely to change in the future. The age structure of Liverpool City Council is indicative of the area’s era of settlement and provides key insights into the level of demand for aged based services and facilities.

DISCLAIMER: While all due care has been taken to ensure that the content of this website is accurate and current, there may be errors or omissions in it and no legal responsibility is accepted for the information and opinions in this website.

Please view our Privacy Policy, Terms of use and Legal notices.

ABS Data and the copyright in the ABS Data remains the property of the Australian Bureau of Statistics. The copyright in the way .id has modified, transformed or reconfigured the ABS Data as published on this website remains the property of .id. ABS Data can be accessed from the Australian Bureau of Statistics at www.abs.gov.au. ABS data can be used under license - terms published on ABS website. intermediary.management@abs.gov.au if you have any queries or wish to distribute any ABS data.