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You can find a wide range of facts, figures and information about Aberdeenshire and its areas, towns, and villages on these pages. This information is published as regular bulletins, reports and audits or included in profiles of areas and towns.
Areas and towns
Information about Aberdeenshire, administrative areas and main towns with details of population, the local economy, housing and services.
Population and household figures for Aberdeenshire, administrative areas, towns and villages.
Local results from the 2011 census and some information from 1991 and 2001 censuses.
Reports and bulletins on Aberdeenshire’s economy including the labour market and unemployment, household income, fishing, agriculture, deprivation, services and facilities, business and industry, industrial estates and employment land supply.
Reports and bulletins on the housing market including house building and housing land supply, house prices, housing need and demand.
These statistics are provided by the Planning Information and Delivery team based at Woodhill House, Aberdeen. Our role is to provide information, advice and support on a wide range of issues to inform policy and service delivery across the council and also to members of the public and external organisations.
We undertake detailed research and data analysis on a variety of topics relating to the local area and work closely with Aberdeen City Council to provide information for the combined Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire region.
Details of recent and upcoming publications and more information about the team can be found in our planning information and delivery newsletters.
If you can’t find what you are looking for on these pages or would like further information on any of the topics covered, please get in touch with the team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 01467 536230.