– Scottish Parliament written question – answered on 23rd March 2007.
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To ask the Scottish Executive what the latest available annual information is on the average age of (a) the population of Stirling and (b) those who have migrated to the city.
The latest information, based on the 2005 mid-year population estimate for Stirling Council area, shows the average age of (a) the population to be 39.4 years and (b) those who have migrated there to be 27.6 years.
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