High level facts, statistics and figures about Christchurch City’s social, economic, physical and natural environments. Links are also provided to existing publications and resources containing relevant information to the city.
In 2017, the estimated population was 381,500 and is projected to be 459,100 by 2043.
The number of people aged 65 years and over will almost double between 2013 and 2043.
The city's population is becoming more ethnically diverse.
There are noticeable geographic patterns of wealth and deprivation throughout the city.
The majority of adults hold a formal qualification, and 15% are studying.
The number of households is projected to increase from 138,300 in 2013 to 173,600 by 2038.
The earthquakes resulted in significant changes to the city's housing stock and market.
There are 148,300 hectares of zoned land in the city. 20% of this land is zoned for urban use.
Building consents for residential, commercial & industrial development. Vacant Land.
Links to key economic and business data for the city and region.
Information for the central city and the city's suburbs.
Links to maps, interactive maps, and other mapping tools and resources relevant to the city.
Provide answers to commonly asked questions about Christchurch City.
Definitions of key terms used throughout Facts, Stats and Figures website.
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