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High Wycombe Urban Area

High Wycombe Urban Area
Population 133,204 [1]
OS grid reference
   – London  41.6 m 
District Wycombe
Shire county Buckinghamshire
Region South East
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town HIGH WYCOMBE
Postcode district HP10-HP15
Dialling code 01494, 01628
Police Thames Valley
Fire Buckinghamshire
Ambulance South Central
EU Parliament South East England
List of places
UK
England
Buckinghamshire
High Wycombe Urban Area within Buckinghamshire

The High Wycombe Urban Area is defined by the Office for National Statistics as a conurbation is southern Buckinghamshire. It had a population of 133,204 at the 2011 census.[1] The area had a population of 118,229 at the 2001 census.[2] The largest population centre is High Wycombe itself at 120,000.

High Wycombe Urban Area
Place Population (2001 census) Population (2011 census)
Bourne End/Flackwell Heath 12,795
Cookham 5,304 5,108
Great Kingshill 2,452 1,761
Hazlemere/Tylers Green 20,500
High Wycombe 110,473 120,256
Walters Ash 3,853
Hughenden Valley 1,915
TOTAL 118,229 133,204

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References

  1. ^ a b "2011 Census - Built-up areas".  
  2. ^ "Census 2001 Key Statistics - Urban areas in England and Wales KS01 Usual resident population produced 17 Jun 2004". 08-10-2011. 

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