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Manningham City CouncilPopulation forecast

Manningham City Council

Population and age structure map

The area with the greatest increase in persons aged 0 to 16 years between 2016 and 2036 in Manningham City Council is Doncaster Hill.

Knowing when and where to deliver age-based services is an essential part of local government planning. Mapping the distribution of selected age groups across Manningham City Council provides the evidence-base for efficiently targeting and delivering these services. You can learn more about how places move through cycles of change which affect their age by visiting population and age structure.

Population and age structure - persons aged 0 to 16 years
Manningham City Council20162036Change between 2016 and 2036
City of Manningham23,07018.826,94818.1+3,878+16.8
Doncaster Hill33413.22,38421.0+2,050+613.8
Doncaster Balance3,17416.14,32716.4+1,152+36.3
Doncaster East5,78419.36,27017.8+486+8.4
Park Orchards - Ringwood North1,18625.41,05022.9-136-11.4
Templestowe Lower2,74319.02,69017.3-53-1.9
Warrandyte - Warrandyte South1,41522.71,31421.2-101-7.1
Wonga Park68320.973222.0+49+7.2
Source: Population and household forecasts, 2016 to 2036, prepared by .id (informed decisions), November 2017.

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