In one area of Doncaster the population has increased by 12 per cent between 2014 and 2019, according to the latest available figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS).
Scroll down and click through to discover the 10 areas in the borough have seen the largest increase over the last five years.
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The biggest population increases in the borough has been in the town centre, where the population has risen from 20,875 in 2014 to 23,381 in 2019 - which equates to an increase of 12 per cent. Picture: Dean Atkins
Photo: Dean Atkins
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The village of Finningley has seen a population increase of 11.1 per cent between 2014 and 2019. ONS figures show there were15,294 people living in the area in 2014, rising to 16,987 in 2019. Pictured is Finningley duck pond. Picture: Marie Caley
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3. 3, Tickhill and Wadsworth
The population in Tickhill and Wadsworth has risen from 10,405 in 2014 to 11,172 in 2019, which equates to a rise of 7.4 per cent. Pictured are crowds at the grounds of Tickhill Castle during its annual open day. Picture: Rochelle Barrand
Photo: Rochelle Barrand
4. 4, Hexthorpe and Balby North
Hexthorpe and Balby North, on the edge of the town centre, have seen their population increase by 5.5 per cent between 2014 and 2019. According to the ONS, there were 13,121 people living there, rising to 13,838 in 2019. Pictured is Hexthorpe Road, Hexthorpe. Picture by Brian Eyre
Photo: Brian Eyre