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Metropolitan Cork

Metropolitan Cork (Irish: Uirbeach Chorcaí) is an unofficial term which refers to the city of Cork, Ireland, its suburbs, rural hinterland that surround it and many towns and villages in that hinterland. The term was used in the Cork Area Strategic Plan to refer to the area whose labour and property market is shared with the city.[1] The plan declares that it is envisaged as an area with "an integrated transport system, and the social, cultural and educational facilities of a modern European city.".[2] Metropolitan Cork is the core employment hub of the Greater Cork area.

The term is loosely defined but has been taken to include the city of Cork and its suburbs and the towns of Ballincollig, Blarney, Carrigaline, Carrigtwohill, Cobh, Crosshaven, Glanmire, Glounthaune, Midleton, Mallow, Passage West and Ringaskiddy. Also included are many rural areas and small villages.

Population

Year Population
Cork City
Population
Metropolitan Cork
Population
Greater Cork
2000 123,810 [3] 251,510 [3] 345,100 [3]
2001 123,600 [4] 253,000 [4]
2002 123,062† 186,239†
2006 119,418† 274,000 [4] 370,900 (L) - 377,000 (M) - 380,400 (H) [5]
2011 119,230 399,216 379,600 (L) - 397,800 (M) - 409,000 (H) [5]
Note: † indicates official census figures from the CSO. All other figures are estimates or projections from Cork City Council and/or Cork County Council.
Note: (L), (M) and (H) indicate low-migration, medium-migration and high-migration scenarios respectively.
Note: — indicates no available data.

References

  1. ^ CorkCity.ie/strategiccorkguide - Local Economy - Metropolitan Cork
  2. ^ Casp - Part A
  3. ^ a b c Cork Area Strategic Plan, Cork City Council and Cork County Council, 22 October, 2001
  4. ^ a b c Cork Joint Housing Strategy
  5. ^ a b CASP Supporting Analysis
  • Cork Area Strategic Plan
  • Strategic Cork
  • Metropolitan Cork Maps

See also


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