South Derbyshire equality profile
The Council uses information from a range of sources to help make informed decisions about services and policies.
The population of South Derbyshire has grown by 13.3% in the last decade, the 2021 Census has revealed. There are now 107,200 people living in the district, compared to 94,611 in 2011.
Please read the Census 2021 South Derbyshire Report (docx, 561kb) for more deatailed census figures.
The Equalities profile of South Derbyshire provides a summary of the characteristics of the District's population against the protected characteristics defined in the Equality Act 2010: age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation.
Statistical data for all Local Authorities in the United Kingdom can be located in the below tables which are provided by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).To locate the information specific to South Derbyshire, use Ctrl + F and type South Derbyshire.
- Age structure
- Marital and civil partnership
- Ethnic groups
- Health and provision of unpaid care
- Residence type
- Provision of unpaid care
- General health
- Long term health problems or disability
- Tenure – People
Further information can also be found in the Local Government Association Demographic Report for the District and Area profile for South Derbyshire (2018)