Ethnic French people account for 89. Among Western European countries, only Greece and Iceland built their densest areas after the First World War. Land reclamation or land fill is the process of the creation of new land from the oceans, seas, riverbeds or lakes, and in case of Monaco, the reclamation ground comes from the Mediterranean Sea. This is borne out in the map, where much of Spain appears to be empty; much more so than any other large European country. Italy - 59 million The population of is 59,290,969 which makes it the sixth most populated country in Europe. And just one square kilometre of Barcelona has 53,000 people crammed in, according to data unveiled by Professor Alasdair Rae, a specialist in Urban Studies and Planning at the University of Sheffield.
From a human point of view, Spain is a densely populated country that happens to have a lot of empty countryside attached to it. Population density is the average number of people occupying a particular geographical area. A striking number of its counterparts across the continent have followed the same path, starting as hastily built barracks for rural migrants of the Industrial Revolution and ending up today as places that top the lists of neighborhoods where middle-income urbanites might want to live. Such flats may not have been designed with that flexibility in mind, but they can respond easily to changing demands—they can be offices or shops or homes. Figures for proper are: population 63. The conventional answer is the Netherlands with 505 people per square kilometre, followed by England on 426.
With 426 people per km², according to 2016 figures, England is certainly densely populated when compared to many other European countries. According to this adjusted figure and using the same calculation as above, one house needs to be built every four 3. Europe is the world's third most populated continent. The reasons for this date back to Medieval times, as Daniel Oto-Peralías at the University of St Andrews has explained. Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are relatively sparsely populated.
You will have a little digging to do looking for specific countries, but you can even download the data and filter it in Excel in no time. The small size of the region and favorable economic conditions in Gibraltar contribute to the high density of the territory. Country or dependent territory Area km 2 Area mi 2 Population Density pop. Globally, the highest figure is close to 200,000, in Dhaka, Bangladesh. This takes into account the special considerations given to the United Kingdom to reduce its contribution through a.
Conditions for new lower-income housing thus set in across the continent. The best way to follow issues you care about. The rankings of the table refer to the 2013. De Pijp, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. France also has an area with more than 50,000 people in a single km², in Paris.
With 426 people per km², as of 2016, England is densely populated when compared to most other European countries. Ethnic Germans form the majority of the population while the Turkish community is the biggest non-German ethnic group in the country. The highest and lowest figures in each column have been marked in bold. His writing focuses on housing, gentrification and social change, infrastructure, urban policy, and national cultures. This is borne out in the map, where much of Spain appears to be empty; much more so than any other large European country. Gibraltar The British overseas territory of the Iberian Peninsula is the second most densely populated country in Europe. The population density of the planet including all land area is about 105 people per square mile.
Migrants are therefore unlikely to require new built housing to purchase. The population of Turkey is relatively young, growing at a rate of 1. Huge new tenement districts were another major product of this industrial push. Evidence from to be published in the Economic Journal suggests that this is mainly due to an incredibly restrictive planning system in conjunction with strong earnings growth in London and the south east over decades. As of 2015, the life expectancy is 81 years and the birth rate is 9. The sheer density of the square below is still extraordinary: With 53,119 residents, this square kilometer is about twice as dense as Manhattan overall. Yet simply dividing the number of people by the land area of a country is not always the best way to understand population density.
Over 16 million people in the country are of foreign descent or immigrants. The average life expectancy at birth is 75. Population density people per km 2 by country in 2017 This is a list of countries and dependent territories ranked by population density, measured by the number of inhabitants per. By using a more sophisticated measure, we can gain a more nuanced perspective of settlement patterns and relative densities and, hopefully, better capture the reality on the ground in towns and cities. France and Ireland have the highest birth-rates. These grand promenades were laid out on the site of former fortifications that had been rendered obsolete by changes in warfare.
Poland - 38 million houses a population of 38,104,832, as of 2017, making it the ninth most populated country in Europe. The temperate climate and volcanic activity in the island also discourage settlement in the country. Yet simply dividing the number of people by the land area of a country is not always the best way to understand population density. Take, for example, Northern Neukölln, Berlin. Europe is also the second most densely populated continent after Asia with an average density of 143 persons per square mile. Look at the same area from above, and you see that each block has a tightly packed interior, and many apartments face onto narrow slivers of courtyard. Norway With a density of 28.