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Ashburton District CouncilPopulation forecast

Ashburton District Council

Household types map

Between 2013 and 2048, Ashburton District Council forecasts indicate that Fairton - Ashburton Northeast will have the greatest increase in household type 'Couple families with dependents'.

Mapping the distribution of different household types across the Ashburton District Council provides insight into the roles that different areas play in the housing market and how these are changing. It also identifies where there are concentrations of households which have specific service requirements. You can learn more about how places move through cycles of change which affect their household structure by visiting household types.

Forecast household types - Couple families with dependents
Ashburton District Council20132048Change between 2013 and 2048
Ashburton District3,74929.34,80127.3+1,052+28.1
Allenton East45726.655525.7+98+21.4
Allenton West23528.626326.6+28+11.9
Ashburton Central20915.827016.4+61+29.2
Fairton - Ashburton Northeast16031.932926.2+169+105.6
Hinds North42638.053034.2+104+24.4
Hinds South26038.138732.7+127+48.8
Mt Somers39139.753538.1+144+36.8
Tinwald - Plains Railway41527.351525.3+100+24.1
Source: Population and household forecasts, 2013 to 2048, prepared by .id (informed decisions), December 2019.

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