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It is estimated that the population of Europe will rise from 508,401,408 (2015) to 524,635,534 by 2060 peaking at around 528 million in 2050. (Source: Eurostat)
The UK population is projected to increase by 9.7 million over the next 25 years from an estimated 64.6 million mid 2014 to 74.3 million in mid 2039. (Source: ONS).
The population is projected to continue ageing with the average (median) age rising from 40 years in 2014 to 40.9 years in mid 2024 and 42.9 by mid 2039. (Source: ONS).
By mid 2039, more than 1 in 12 of the population is projected to be aged 80 or over. (Source: ONS).
The population of Scotland is projected to rise from 5.4 million in 2016 and continue to rise to 5.6 million in 2041 - an increase of 5.3% over the 25 year period. (Source: NRS)
By 2041 there will be approximately 49,691 people living in Clackmannanshire, a projected population change of -3.2% (2016-2039). (Source: NRS)
The table below shows how the population is likely to change over the next 25 years.
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