Monday, 4 January 2016

Map Showing United Nations Of Britain Where One in Three People Are Born Abroad. India, Nigeria,Poland and Bangladesh Tops The List.

Picture of London: This map shows the largest foreign born populations in London by borough, with people from India being the dominant nationality in ten areas
Map showing foreign born population in london while India tops the list.

This colourful map title “United Nations Of London” reveals how vast area of the capital are dominated by certain nationalities in a city where one in three people are now born abroad.
According to the report, London has reached the highest population in its history - 8.6million - and it is also at its most diverse. 
One in three residents originally born abroad and in some areas half have a different country of birth to Britain.
 People originally from India make up the highest numbers, followed by those from Nigeria, Poland and Bangladesh. Residents originally from India dominate ten of the capital's 32 boroughs while Londoners born in Nigeria, Poland, Turkey and Bangladesh have the highest numbers in at least three areas each.

Breakdown: This shows the largest foreign-born populations in each borough and the percentage of the population born abroad
Table shows the largest foreign-born populations in each borough and the percentage of population born abroad.


Residents originally from India dominate ten of the capital's 32 boroughs while Londoners born in Nigeria, Poland, Turkey and Bangladesh have the highest numbers in at least three areas each.

In some areas including Westminster, Kensington and Chelsea and Brent more than half the population born abroad, according to figures from the Mayor of London's Data Store.
This year London’s population reached an all time high of 8.6million with two million more people moving to the city in the past two decades, many of them from abroad.

Statistics show London's inner boroughs have a far higher immigrant population than its outer boroughs and there is also a clear trend of people of certain nationalities moving to boroughs already heavily-populated by their fellow countrymen.

TOP TEN COUNTRIES BY BIRTH IN LONDON OTHER THAN THE UK
Population in London
India
267,000
Poland
135,000
Pakistan
113,000
Bangladesh
126,000
Ireland
112,000
Nigeria
99,000
Sri Lanka
86,000
Jamaica
75,000
United States
71,000
Kenya
63,000
Total population in London today
Est. 8,600,000

Today around 267,000 of Londoners were born in India, 135,000 from Poland, 113,000 from Pakistan, 126,000 from Bangladesh and 112,000 from Ireland.
Of the total three million non-British residents 40 per cent were from Europe, 30 per cent from the Middle East and Asia, 20 per cent from Africa and 10 per cent from America or the Caribbean.