Buckinghamshire | demography
|District||Main towns||Population (2011)||Area||Population density (2011)||Population projection 2026|
|TOTAL Non-Metropolitan||N/A||505,283||1565 km²||323/km²||530,800|
|TOTAL Ceremonial||N/A||754,104||1874 km²||402/km²||853,946|
As can be seen from the table, the
Buckinghamshire is sub-divided into civil parishes.
Today Buckinghamshire is ethnically diverse, particularly in the larger towns. At the end of the 19th century some Welsh drover families settled in north Bucks and, in the last quarter of the 20th century, a large number of Londoners in Milton Keynes. Between 6 and 7% of the population of Aylesbury are of Asian or Asian British origin. Likewise Chesham has a similar-sized Asian community, and High Wycombe is the most ethnically diverse town in the county, with large Asian and