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Shellharbour City CouncilPopulation forecast

Albion Park

Components of population change

The greatest population change for Albion Park is forecast for the period from 2022 to 2026, which is expected to have a net increase of 305 people.

There are two ways in which populations can change, through net migration and/or through natural increase (births minus deaths). Some areas are more driven by one or other of these factors. Migration is largely driven by housing development, whereas natural increase is a function of the age of the population.

Components of population change
Albion ParkForecast period
Component2017 to 20212022 to 20262027 to 20312032 to 20362037 to 2041
Births964965953948937
Deaths289339403463522
Natural increase/decrease675626551484416
Net migration-429-340-374-367-338
Change in persons in non-private dwellings72056790
Total population change25330623319778
Source: Population and household forecasts, 2016 to 2041, prepared by .id (informed decisions), May 2019.

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