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Kettering Borough - Key statistics
Kettering Borough covers an area of approximately 23,000 hectares and is characterised by market towns, attractive villages and countryside. Kettering is the main town and there are three other towns, Burton Latimer, Desborough and Rothwell lying along the route of the former A6; and 27 villages of varying scale and character.
The number of households in the Borough is 42,112 (March 2013).
Kettering is one of the fastest growing areas in the UK with the Borough expected to see significant growth between now and 2031.
The current population estimates for the area are provided below:
|Population for the Borough
| Children (0-15 yrs)
| Burton Latimer
| All Saints
| Avondale Grange
| Ise Lodge
| Pipers Hill
| Queen Eleanor and Buccleuch
| St Michael's and Wicksteed
| St Peter's
| William Knibb
| Desborough Loatland
| Desborough St Giles
(These figures are all based on the Census 2011)
The following websites provide further information on population and household information across the Borough:
Office for National Statistics
The network of Public Health Observatories
Last updated 05/04/2013